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Aruba Esso news

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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Aruba Netherlands Antilles
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Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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June 5, 1953
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biweekly
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English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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Text in English and papiamento.
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v. 1- 1940-
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LEC Referendum Results
Will Be Out Next Week

Neutral Tellers With Two Observers
‘Ensure Fairness of Plant-Wide Voting

| The results of a referendum held to determine if the Lago Em-
ployee Council will remain as the representative organization of Staff
and Regular employees will be made public early next week.
| At that time LEC constituents will know if the council will continue
to represent them on bargainable matters or whether it will be neces-
sary to re-establish representation... ,_—-@--——___—__ =
The referendum was held June Denar an opportunity to vote. The
| through June 5. A petition signed by | observers certified the eligibility of
over 10 percent of the company’s | the voters, but were not permitted to



6000 Staff and





BALLOTING ON LEC: Ivan Sewbaluck of TSD — Process Control was one of the first Staff and Regular

employees to vote in the petition

servers V. Schotberg and S. F. Arends and Teller R. E. Humphreys.

-requested LEC referendum. Checking his vote were (left to right) Ob-
Mr. Schotberg represented the petitioning



group, Mr. Arends the LEC. Mr. Humphreys was appointed by Lago.

VOTAMENTO ARIBA LEC: Ivan

Sewbaluck di TSD — Process Control tabata un di e promer empleadonan

Staff y Regular cu a yota den LEC Referendum pidi door di un peticion. Observadornan V. Schotberg, S. F.

Arends y teller R. E. Humphreys ta check su voto.



. Schotberg tabata representa e grupo cu a haci e peti-

cion y Sr. Arends e LEC. Sr. Humphreys tabata nombra door di Lago.

fs ssc







VOL. 14 No. 12 PUBLISH

Springer Replaces
Maurice C. Bates
In Acid Plant

Kenneth E. Springer, acting a
tant division superintendent in the |
Acid and Edeleanu plant since April
30 of this year, was promoted per-
manently to the position June 1.

He replaces Mau-
Brice C. Bates who
died last May 18.

Mr. Springer was
e first employed by
4.59 Lago in 1934 as an
88 operator third
in Light Oils
shing. Three ye:





Sis- |





ts
as



3
|
4





later he had _ be-
\e come an operator
first class and in
1939 was promoted
ets to assistant shift
aS rer
Eve prin ger foreman,

After filling act- |
and permanent shift
he made
foreman in 1950 On April 7
r he was

ing, temporary
foreman
a proc
of this ened as tem-
porary assistant division superinten-
dent in L.O.F. and served in that ca-
pacity until his acting assignment in
the Acid and Edeleanu plant.

Mr. Springer was transferred from
Aruba to the Creole Petroleum Corp’s.
La Salina refinery for 11 we in |
1940 where he served as assistant |
general superintendent.



ments,



as















ATS To Graduate First Class;
LVS Plans For Integration

Juni 5. Un peticion firma door di mas
| di 10 por ciento di e 6000 empleado-

ED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD. June 5, 1953

Resultadonan di Relerandam

Lo Worde Publica Otro Siman

E resultadonan di un referendum teni pa determina si Lago Em-
ployee Council lo keda como e organizacion representativo di empleado-
nan regular y di staff lo worde anuncia otro siman.

Ariba e dia ey constituyentenan di LEC lo sabi si Council lo sigui
representa nan ariba asuntonan n z
ciable of si e lo ta necesaria pa esta-
blece representacion atrobe.

E referendum tabata teni Juni 1 te





periodo di Juni 1 te Juni 5 pa vota-
mento ariba e referendum.

A worde munstra cu e unico fun-
cion di compania tabata pa asisti em-
pleadonan regular y di staff pa de-
| termina e forma di representacion cu

nan regular y di staff di compania y Z
nan tabata prefera.

i dia 7 di Mei a pidi pa tene
un referendum di acuerdo cu e Com-
benio di Trabao.

Articulo I, Seecion 2, di e Combe-
nio ta bisa cu Lago lo reconoce LEC
como un organizacion re tativo
te compania ricibi lencia
afirmativo como resultado di un re-
ferendum cu € mayoria di
donan no ta desea di worde
ta door di e Council”.



Gruponan a Conduci Votamento

door
yersona kende a cu-
contacta constituyentenan di
,EC na nan lugar di trabao 6’or di
emplea- | mainta 1 di Juni. E gruponan tabata
represen- | Consisti di un teller, nombra door di
}compania, un observador represen-
tando LEC y un observador represen-
tando e peticionarionan.
Te Juni 4 nan a traha 12 hora pa
Despues di e determina cu e peti- | dia, dunando cada constituyente un}
cion tabata di acuerdo cu e stipula-| oportunidad pa vota. E observador-
cionnan di e Combenio di Trabao door | MN a certifica e eligibilidad di e vo-
di ta firma door di "10 por ciento di e| tadornan, pero nan no tabata permiti
empleadonan” y despues di a estable- | P@ trata di influencia nan voto.
ce un periodo di seis dia durante cual Aruba Juni 5 un lugar di votamen-
empleadonan por a check e firmanan| to tabata estableci na Employment

E votamento tabata conduci
di 19 grupo di 3



ora

Votamento Juni 1 — Juni 8





ariba e peticion, compania a fiha e| Office na Porta No. 1, unda emplea- |

donan cu ta na vacacion, esnan
"treated in quarters” of esnan cu no
|tabatin chens di vota na nan lugar
| di trabao, tabata permiti pa tira nan
| voto entre 6 a.m. y 6 p.m.

Pregunta Tabata Splica

Regular employees
and submitted May 7 asked that a re-
ferendum be conducted in accordance
| with the Working Agreement.

Article I, Section 2 of the agree-
ment states that Lago will recognize
the LEC as the representative orga-
nization until the company receives
"affirmative evidence as the result
of a referendum ... that the majority
of the employees do not wish to be re-
| presented by the Council.”



| Voting June 1 — June 5

|

| After determining that the petition

| met the Working Agreement stipula-

| tion by being by "10 percent of the

| employees” and establishing a_ six-

|day period in which the employees
could check the petition for their
signatures, the company set aside the

|period from June 1 to June 5 for

| voting on the referendum.

It was pointed out that the compa-
| ny’s sole function was to assist Staff
\and Regular employees in determin-
\ing the form of representation they
preferred.

Teams Conduct Vote

| The balloting was conducted by 19
three-man teams who started contact-
ing LEC constituents at their place
jof work at 6 a.m. June 1. The teams
ase made up of a teller appointed
| by the company, an observer repre-
senting the LEC and an observer re-
presenting the petitioners.

| Through June 4 they worked 12
| hours a day offering each consti-





attempt to influence their vote.

On June 5 a polling booth was esta-
blished at the Employment Office at
Gate 1 where employees on vacation,
those treated in quarters or others
previously unable to vote were allow-
ed to cast a ballot between 6 a.m.
and 6 p.m.

Question Explained

In a statement issued on the eve
of the referendum, Lago pointed out
that if the LEC constituency prefer-
red to retain the council as its repre-
sentative organization "the present
system of representation by the LEC
under the Working Agreement will
continue, with the council maintain-
ing its present membership.”

| If the constituency preferred to

|drop the LEC, the company ex-
plained, "the system of representa-
tion on bargainable matters — the

Working Agreement, the constitution
of the LEC, the district representa-
tive system and the council members
as a body — will be cancelled.

"The establishment of any repla-
cing system on bargainable matters
would require all the mechanics of
developing the form of a new repre-
| sentative body, electing such a group,
writing a new constitution and de-
veloping a new working agreement.”

The present Working Agreement
provides for a referendum only on
| the company’s recognition of the
entire council plan and not on any
individual part of the representation
organization.





| Colorful Kibra Hacha Trees

Paint Island Over Holiday

| Aruba’s Whitmonday holiday weekend was brightened by the flame-
yellow blossom of the Kibra Hacha tree. On the side of Mt. Hooiberg,
across the high ridges of Yamanoto, in many hidden valleys and along

like dozens of earth-bound suns.
| Until this
living in Aruba had seen the gorgeous

| tree in all its splendor. This is partly





sar, few people now | —

cunucu roads the bright blossoms sprayed their generous golden color



because the tree doesn’t bloom every
)

| (Continued on page 7)

The graduation of over 25 young men from the Aruba Technical
School late next month, first in the school’s history, marks an impor-
tant step in the progress of Aruba educational facilities. In line with
plans made a number of years ago when the Government school was
being established, the class taken into the Lago Vocational School this
year will somewhat reduced in| - - - — —
number as a result. a transition stage. During this period

The long history of the LVS has| emphasis on vocational training will
been fruitful for Aruba, offering | be gradually reduced as the Govern-
training opportunities followed by ment facilities become more and more
jobs for hundreds of boys during a ra otk oe to a eve needs
period in Aruba’s development when /0r CmPloyees with basic industrial
this was not available through public training.
education. Now that public vocational
schooling is releasing its first gra-
duates and it can be anticipated that
increasing numbers of such graduates
will become available every year,
Lago’s training activities will enter)

be








ATS Program Studied
Meanwhile, it is understood that the
Aruba Government begun a study
of the Aruba Technical School's pro-

(Continued on page 3)





Den un declaracion haci ariba e dia |
| promer cu e referendum, Lago a
munstra cu si constituyentenan di
LEC lo prefera di mantene Council
como nan organizacion representa-
tivo ", systema actual di representa-
cion door di LEC di acuerdo cu e
Combenio di Trabao lo sigui, mante-
niendo e miembronan di council cu ta
aden actualmente.”

Si constituyentenan lo prefera
| baha LEC, compania a splica,
tema di representacion ariba un- |
tonan negociable — Combenio di Tra-
bao, constitucion di LEC, systema di
representantenan di districto y miem- |
bronan di Council como un organo lo |

di
"e 'S:






(Continua na pagina 2)



KIBRA HACHA TREES, their brilliant yellow blossoms flowering on
many of Aruba’s hillsides, attracted many sightseers over the Whit-
suntide week-end.

MATA DI KIBRA HACHA, cu nan flor geel briliante y bunita, floriando
ariba varios di e seroenan di Aruba, tabata un atraccion grande pa hopi
hende cu a bai mira nan Dialuna di Pentecoste.





Aruba GssON EWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS

WEST

INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT Co.,

LTD.

Printed by the Curagaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.1.

MILESTONE: Charles B. Garber, chief accountant (left), smilingly ac-
cepts his 30-year service emblem award from President J. J. Horigan.

Mr. Garber’s

employ began in May, 1923 with the Standard Oil Co.
(Indiana). He came to Aruba in February,

1930.

EVENTO IMPORTANTE: Charles B. Garber, Chief Accountant (banda

robez), cu un sonrisa ta acepta su emblema di 30 anja di servi

io for di

Presidente J. J. Horigan. Sr. Garber su empleo a cuminza na Mei 1923 cu

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana). El a

bini na Aruba na Februari 1930.

Promer Klas ATS ta Gradua;
SOL Planéa Integracion

Graduacion di mas di 25 hoben di

School Tecnico di Aruba (ATS) na}

fin di otro luna, pa di promer bez den historia di school, ta marca un |

paso importante den e progreso di facilidadnan di educacion di Aruba. |
Di acuerdo cu plannan haci un poco anja pasé tempo cu e school di.

gobierno aki a worde estableci, e klas
di School di Ofishi di Lago (S.O.L.) |
pa e anja aki lo ta un poco menos
den cantidad.

E historia largo di e School di Ofi-
shi di Lago tabata di beneficio pa|
Aruba, ofreciendo oportunidad di
enseyanza y luego trabao pa_ hopi
cien di hobennan durante un periodo

di estudiante, y tambe posible

|tumamento di hobennan pa School di
| Ofishi di Lago.

Segun e tendencia ta move for di
enseyanza di ofishi bao auspicio di
Lago pa enseyanza bao auspicio di
Gobierno, mientras Lago ta tuma gra-

duadonan di klasnan di ATS y e can-
tidad creciente di graduadonan di
school nan di MULO cu ta busca tra-
bao den industria, e efecto a lo largo
pa oportunidad pa e hobennan di

di desaroyo di Aruba tempo cu esaki
no tabata disponible na schoolnan pu-
blico. Awor cu school di ofishi pu-
blico ta ofrece su promer graduado-
nan y por worde spera cu un canti-

dad creciente di tal graduadonan lo
bira disponible cada anja, actividad-
nan di school di Lago lo worde gra-
dualmente reduci mientras facilidad-
nan di Gobierno ta birando mas y|
mas capable pa yena e necesidadnan
di industria cu empleadonan cu en-
seyanza basico industrial.

Mientras tanto, Gobierno di Aruba
a cuminza un estudio di e programa
di School Tecnico di Aruba pa ase-
gura cu su estudiantenan lo ta pre-
para pa satisface e necesidadnan di
industria. Tanto Gobierno como in-
dustria ta reconoce cu e educacion
formal di e isla a yega un nivel unda
un "combinacion” di enseyanza cu)
oportunidadnan di trabao ta bira ne-
cesario. Mientras e cursonan di estu-
dio, facilidadnan, cantidad di estu-
diante, y otro factornan pertenecien-
do na school ta worde studia, anali-
zadornan ta bishitando empleadornan
di e isla pa averigua e sorto di oficio |
cu tin mester, e cantidad di oportuni-
dad di trabao den e varios ofishi cu
por tin habri, kiko industria ta spera |
di su hobennan cu caba enseyanza, y
factornan similar cual lo yuda School |
Tecnico di Aruba planed su curso di|
futuro. Tambe ta worde considera al-
gun forma di enseyanza industrial pa
graduadonan di ATS cu no tin e edad
pa haya trabao.

Aruba ta keda mescos. Manera sem-
per y na tur purti, esnan cu enseyan-
za tin e mehor chens di worde emplea
y haci progreso.

Di e 29 cu ta yegando fin di e pro-

machinist, ocho ta electricista y diez-
dos ta mecanico. Di nan tur, diez no
a yega edad di 18 anja. E school tin
64 hoben den e klas cu lo caba otro
anja y 160 den e klas cu lo caba na
1955.

For di e promer klas di graduado-
nan di ATS, Lago probablemente lo
ofrece trabao pa cuminza na e gra-
duadonan cu satisface e standardnan
regular di empleo. Tambe ta worde
spera cu oportunidad di trabao pa
cuminza lo worde ofreci na un nu-
mero di graduadonan di MULO e anja
aki.

Contacto preliminario ta awor
progreso pa e candidatonan pa e pro-

en

| grama di School di Ofishi di Lago pa

1953; e periodo anual di testmento ta
fiha pa Juni 15 te 20, y representan-
tenan di Training Division lo bishita
schoolnan na San Nicolas, Sabaneta,
Santa Cruz, Oranjestad y Noord. Du-
rante e periodo aki estudiantenan di
| School di Ofishi di Lago di e promer
| tres anjanan lo haya ausencia cu per- |
miso como nan_instructornan lo |
asisti den e programa di testmento.



Na mes tempo Lago a resumi acti- |
vidad pa medio di su Comité pa En- |
seyanza di Ofishi pa studia e asunto |
aki for di punto di vista di Compania. |
Entre puntonan pa worde considera lo |

ta algun forma di enseyanza na tra-

bao pa graduadonan di ATS y MULO|
cu lo drenta e departamentonan di- |
rectamento como empleadonan envez |

Plannan actual ta pa selecta 40 hoben
pa e klas di 1953.
|

| Semi-Monthly Payroll

May 16 - 31 Monday, June 8
Monthly Payroll

May 1 - 31 Tuesday, June 9

mer curso di 3 anja na ATS, nuebe ta |

| Schedule of Paydays

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

E fin di
Pentecoste

siman di Dialuna

na Aruba

jante di palonan di
Na banda di Hooiberg, den e cero-
nan banda di Yamanota, den hopi
vallenan y canto di caminanan den

na tera.

fico aki den tur nan splendor. Esaki
pa un parti ta pasobra e palo no ta
floria tur anja y en parte
flornan ta keda solamente
tres dia.

Pa Kibra-Hacha

pasobra su
dos

floria,
of tres siman promer cu su "tempo
di floria”, cual ta mas o menos du-
rante e ultimo siman di Mei of e pro-
mer siman di Juni. Suficiente canti-
dad di yobida durante e promer parti
di Mei ta masha raro na Aruba. E
anja aki hopi awa y net na e bon
tempo a trece e flornan den tur nan
gloria,



IE palonan por a floria den siman,
pero e flornan ta worde tumba abao
mas cu dos of tres dia. Si esaki
socede, solamente algun hende di
residentenan di e isla lo por a mira
nan. E anja aki, e yobida, e tempo di
floria, y dianan liber na fin
siman y Dialuna di Pentecoste,
ta combina pa trece un vista magni-
fico na un tempo cu tur por a miré,

a

e

| Segun ta bisa, un tempo tabatin
| hopi palo di Kibra-Hacha na Aruba.
|E palo su nomber, traduci for di pa-
| piamento, ta nifica "kibra hacha”.
| Pesey e madera di e palo lo mester
ta masha duro y e tabata usa hopi pa
traha barco di palo. Segun historia ta
bisa, casi tur e palonan a worde corta

cam- |
| bio den e plan di enseyanza y base pa

|\C-of-L Bonus

Changes Announced

929

At a special joint meeting May 22,
the Lago Employee Council and Com-
pany Representatives reviewed the
results of the cost-of-living survey |
as of May 1

The survey indicates a decrease in}

the cost-of-living index from 1.717 to
1.2 the
bonus of all permanent
regular employees will
effective June 1.

Accordingly, cost-of-living
staff and

be reduced

LEC Referendum

(Continua di pagina 1)

worde cancela.

"Establecimento di cualkier syste-
ma di reemplazo pa asuntonan nego-
ciable lo involve atrobe tur e trabao
pa desaroya e forma di un otro orga-|
|no representativo, eleccion di un tal}
| grupo, trahamento di un constitucion
|nobo, y desaroyo di un otro combenio

di
tabata haci|
alegro door di e flornan geel bril-| ¢vece
Kibra-Hacha.

campo e flornan briljante tabata pla-
ma nan color geel bondadoso mescos
cu hopi dozijn di solonan cu a baha

Te e anja aki, hopi hende biba na
Aruba por a mira e palonan magni-
of |

mester
haya un bon yobida mas 0 menos dos

liher door di biento y nan no ta keda}

e}

di |
taba- |

door di trahadornan di barco of boto.
Ta tuma hopi anja pa _palonan
bira grandi. Algun sorto
mahog ta un bon ehempel — no ta
bastante grandi pa worde us
madera sino te ora e tin cien
bieuw. E "Giant Redwoods” na Cali-
fornia tin miles di anja bieuw. Un
palo di ekel, pa e por ta usable como
madera, mester crece por lo menos
60 anja. Palo di pispijn ta crece mas
rapido, pero e madera ta moli y
pesey no ta adecuado pa hopi sorto
di construccion. Ta parece, cu natu-
raleza tin mester di mas tempo pa
|traha cos bon cu e mester pa traha
cos di menor calidad.

como

| E reciente presentacion di e flor-
| nan color di oro na e coronan di Aru-
lba ta munstra cu e isla ainda por
mantene palonan bunita y fuerte.
Pero lo ta un error di pensa tocante
un palo solamente pa saka madera di
dje. Un palo ta mas cu esey.
Un palo ta duna sombra.
cambia un lugar cayente y cu polvo
di tera den un patio” natural den
| aire liber. Un lugar unda tin un palo|
ta bira agradable, un lugar pa sinta,
pa sosega, pa contempla e mundo
rond di nos, of si ta desea, un|
lugar pa drumi.
Un palo ta trece yobida. Si, esaki|
berdad. Contal cu e tin bastante di|
amigonan den cercania inmediata,
un palo por tene aire bastante fre
pa permiti nubianan cu ta pasa pa
laga nan carga precioso di awa cai.
Si bo no ta kere esaki, otro biaha cu}
bo ta na playa di lama, kita bo za-
pato y para pa un momento den
santo cu solo a cayenta pa varios
hora. Despues, si bo por haya uno,
bai camna bao un palo. E planta di
bo pia lo bisa bo e diferencia cu un
palo por haci.

bo

| ta
su

c

e

Un palo ta tene awa den tera. Ora}

awa yobe,
den un

den tera
oe

drenta bai

SENN

ta
BECcead

e

‘Wear It At A

|
| Your badge is vitally important t

anja

E por|

o|

Flornan Bunita di Kibra-Hacha ta Haci
Dialuna di Pentecoste Mas Alegre

den tera”. Den tera di santo e siepel-
mento aki ta tuma lugar mas liber cu
den tera pisa of gordo. Pero den tur
clase di tera, unda tin un palo, e awa
ta keda mas cerca nivel di tera unda
e por haci algo pa haci matanan
crece. Esaki ta pasobra mayor di
palonan tin un systema di r exten-
sivo cu ta plama rond y abao den
tera. E raiz di algun sorto di palo ta
cubri un espacio mas grandi bao di
tera cu takinan y blachinan ta
eubri ariba tera. Ta e systema di raiz
plama ta tene e awa den tera.

Un palo ta duna madera. No mucho
tempo pasa, un gran parti di mundo
tabata depende ariba madera pa hopi
di nan comodidad. Aunque e dia di
bareo di bela, wagon y trein cu ta-
bata usa palo pa kima a pasa, awendia
madera ta worde usa den cantidad-
nan aumentando. Mueble, vloer di cas
di palo duro, mayoria papel, hopi
sorto di panja — esakinan ta algun
| di cosnan cu ta worde traha cu
madera. Hopi cosnan ta requeri ma-
dera special. E mehor "rol-bearing”
pa chapalete di bapor, por ehempel,
|por worde traha di palo "lignum
| vitae”, un sorto di palo sumamente
| duro cu tambe tin na Aruba.
| Awendia, hopi di e calidad di ma-
dera fini di mundo ta desapareciendo,
cu excepcion di lugarnan unda algun
| hombernan di courashi ta bringando
|pa spaar nan. Palonan,
cualkier otro mata cu ta wo
| bra, tambe por worde cultiva

Y manera
siman

e

e
|

le sem-

a keda proba e fin di
promer cu Dialuna di Pente-
coste, un palo ta trece belleza. Den
henter Caribe y den hopi otro parti-
nan di mundo subtropical palonan cu
| ta floria ta na abundancia. Pero nin-
gun di nan flornan asina bunita
manera e boshinan di flor di
oro delicado di Kibra-Hacha. Podiser
e palo di Kibra-Hacha — mes fuerte,
| util, y bunita cu e ta — lo no caba
mas ariba as

tin
color

Your Badge Is iaerant

ll Times

o you. It is your permit to gain en-

| trance into the refinery. You need it to be identified for payroll pur-

poses. Your badge is your key to Lago and, therefore, must be worn in

| plain view in the designated area at all times. Thousands of people go
in and out Lago’s gates every day,
|and the only way they can be identi-

| ANYWHERE IN
THIS AREA.

PROPER AREA: Bude should

be worn in the area shown above.

They can also be worn on the left
collar of sport shirts.



| di trabao.”

E Combenio di Trabao ta_ stipula
un referendum solamente tocante re-
conocimento di henter systema di
Council y no tocante un parti indivi-
| dual di e organizacion representativo.

e

Oranan di Cahero

Ta Bai Cambia

|
Un cambio den e oranan ci benta-

nanan na oficina di cahero ta habri|
lo drenta na vigor dia 1 di Juni. For
|di e fecha aki e oranan lo ta:
Oficina di Cahero, Oficina Mayor:
|9 a.m. te 12 merdia, 1 p.m. te 3 p.m.
|di Dialuna te Diabierna; 8:30 a.m. te
11:30 a.m. ariba Diasabra.
; Oficina di Cahero, Marine Office:
{8:30 am. te 12 merdia, 1 p.m. te
3 p.m. di Dialuna te Diabierna; 8:30
‘a.m, te 11:30 a.m. ariba Diasabra.

LUGAR DRECHI: Ficha mester
worde carga na e lugar indica aki
riba. Nan por worde carga tambe
na cuello robez di sport shirts.

Bo Ficha ta Importante;
Bistie’le tur Ora

30 ficha ta di importancia vital pa
bo. Ta bo permit pa obtene entrada
pa refineria. Bo mester di dje pa}
worde identifica pa asuntonan to- |
cante bo pago. Bo ficha ta bo yabi
pa Lago i, pesey, el mester worde
earga tur ora na plena vista na e
lugar designa. Miles di hende ta}
drenta y ta sali for di porta di Lago}
tur dia. E unico manera pa identifica |
nan ta pa medio di nan ficha. Si e
ficha ta worde carga ariba banda |
robez di pecho manera prescribi,
esaki lo facilita controlamento den
refineria particularmente durante
cambiamento di wardanan ora un|
cantidad enorme di empleadonan di
Lago ta sali y drenta refineria. E|

| ployee’s foreman, who will

| lo

fied is through their badges. If the
| badge is worn on the left side of the
{chest as prescribed, it facilitates
|checking in the refinery particularly
when the shifts change and enormous
numbers of Lago employees are
coming in or going out.

The badge must be

worn at all

| times. Losing it or leaving it at home

means lost time for the employee and
his supervisor. If a badge is left at

|home, a temporary badge may be is-

the em-
be con-
tacted by the LPD. This temporary
badge is good for one day and then it
must be returned to the LPD. Males

sued with the approval of

{must wear their badges in the area

designated in the adjoining picture.
Female employees must have their
badges in their possession.

| ficha mester werd bisti tur ora. Per-
|dimento of lubidamento di ficha na
cas ta nifica perdamento di tempo
door di e empleado y su hefe. Si un
ficha worde laga na cas, un ficha
temporario por worde duna cu apro-
bacion di e empleado su hefe, kende
worde contacta door di LPD. E
ficha temporario aki ta valido pa un
dia solamente y mester worde debolbi
na LPD. Hombernan mester carga
nan ficha na e lugar designa ariba e
| portret aki un banda. Damas mester
tin e ficha den nan posecion.

Awor cu construccion ta na progre-
so na e dispensario nobo, usadornan
| di scooter ta worde pidi pa no laga
nan vehiculo parkeer aya durante
anochi. Un lugar di parkeer nobo pa-
bao di No. 2 Foam Truck Garage a
worde trahé pa parkeer scooter du-
rante anochi. E Gear aki lo worde
marea y senjalnan apropiado lo worde
poni.







June 5, 1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS





‘School Advisory
‘Committee Election
Set For June 9-10

Five men and one woman will be
| competing for three seats on the Lago
Colony School Advisory Committee
| when the committee election is held
June 9 and 10.
| Balloting will be conducted in the

Explorer Scouts Help Archeologist





Education Refund Plan
Helps Kenneth Gittens

A 25-year-old electrical helper who wished for "a chance to get
ahead” has gotten his wish with the help of Lago’s Educational Re-
fund Plan.

Kenneth I. Gittens has returned to Aruba with a certificate in elec-
trical maintenance which he earned during 15 weeks of study at a



si
=
Jl



PROFESSOR’S FIELD NOTES are the object of this discussion in Sea
Grape Grove between Doctor Professor J. M. Cruxent and Explorer
Scouts who turned out to help him find objects left in the Sea Grape
Grove area by early Indian inhabitants of Aruba. Prof. Cruxent is Di-
rector of the National Museum of Natural Science, Caracas, Venezuela.
From left to right the scouts are Bill White, Norman Owen, Phillip
Schoonmaker, Bruce Kilpatrick, Brad Wease, and Donald Rosborough.
Also shown is Ernst Bartels, director of Aruba’s Tourist Bureau, who
requested the search and accompanied the professer on his field trips.
Full details on Prof. Cruxent’s recent search will appear in an early
issue of the Esso News.





ANOTACIONNAN DI E PROFESOR ta e obheto di discusion na Sea
ape Grove entre Doctor Profesor J. M. Cruxent y su seis Padvinder-
nan Explorador cu a ofrece pa jude’le haya obhetonan cu habitantenan
Indian antiguo di Aruba a larga den e bicindario di Sea Grape Grove.
Prof. Cruxent ta Director di Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales di
Caracas, Venezuela. E Padvindernan, di robez pa drechi, ta Bill White,
Norman Owen, Phillip Schoonmaker, Bruce Kilpatrick, Brad Wease y
Donald Rosborough. Tambe munstra ta Ernst Bartels, Director di Bureau
di Turismo di Aruba, kende a pidi e exploracion y a acompanja e Profesor
den su paseo den campo. Detaye completo tocante e estudio reciente di
Prof. Cruxent lo worde publica den un préximo edicion di Esso News.













| lobby of the General Office Building.
| The two persons receiving the largest
number of votes will be elected for
two years; the person receiving the}
| third largest number of votes will be|
| elected for one year.

Outgoing members are J. M. White-
| ley, L. D. Dittle and Dr. G. G. Hen-
drickson. A nominating committee
headed by Dr. R. F. Brace and com-
posed of H. V. Locker, P. E. Jensen,
| Mrs. E. Klapetko and W. E. Meisen-|
| heimer, nominated: |

J. M. Whiteley, J. F. Malcolm, the
Rey. D. R. Evans, Iva Kirkman, Dr. J.
B. M. van Ogtrop and Mrs. H. C.
| Waits.

Chicago technical school.



oh





Two Films Presented
‘In Public Showing

Two films were shown recently to Plan di Reembolso pa
‘large audiences in Oranjestad and! Educacion ta Yuda
San Nicolas through the courtesy of | Kenneth Gittens

Lago.
One, furnished by the Marketing|}

Mr. Gittens and certificate.





Un ayudante di electricista di 25
representative, showed a half-hour of anja di edad kende tabata desea un
highlights from the seven games in| oyortunidad pa "bai udilanti” a mira
the 1952 World Series between the). deseo cumpli pa medio di Plan di
New York Yankees and the Brooklyn) Reembolso pa Educacion di Lago.
Dodgers. 5 2 | Kenneth I. Gittens a bolbe Aruba
| _ The second, provided by Lago’s Sa-/ oy yn certifieato den mantenecion di
| fety Division, was called ’Then There | aparatonan electricoteuall ely avobtene
Were Four”. Narrated by James | despues di 15 siman di estudio na un
| Stewart of Hollywood fame, it told Bl echoolstecnicontn Chicago.

| well-knit and suspenseful story of | Lago a paga dos tercera parti di
five people who drove off to work in| .o.t5 die curso na Cayne Electrical

the morning and of how only four) @ Television-Radio School. Trahando
came back that evening — and why.| ocho te

ATS To Graduate First Class

(Continued from page 1)

; rolled in the class due to finish next



| Traffic safety being the growing pro-
blem that it is, the film was timely
and to the point, and was well-re-
ceived.

| The films were presented at the St.
| Cecilia Theater in San Nicolas May



diez-dos ora pa dia, Sr. Git-
tens — e unico persona entre e 165
alumnonan cu no ta bini for di Esta-
dos Unidos a studia coriente basi-
|co y cireuito, wayamento y repara-
| cion, coriente directo y coriente alter-
nativo y coriente industrial.





LAY; and 160 in the class that
gram to ensure that its students will) finishes in 1955.
be prepared to meet industry’s needs. From this first ATS graduating





























Both Government and industry c » will probably offer start-
cognize that the island’s formal ed-| ing jobs to those graduates who meet
ucation has reached a stage where| its usual employment standards. It is
such "tying-in” of training with job) ajso expected that starting job op-
opportunities be romes necessary. portunities will be offered to a num-
While the courses of study, facilities,| hey of this year’s MULO graduates
enrollment size, and other factors re-| Fo 1953 candiates for Lago’s vo-
lating to the schoo! are being studi-| cational school program, preliminary
ed, analysts are visiting employers] contacts are now in progress; the
on the island to survey the kinds of annual testing period is scheduled for
skills in demand, the numbers of job| June 15 to 20, with Training Division
opportunities in the various skills| representatives visiting schools in
that may open up, what industry ex-| gan Niec s Santa Cruz
cepts of its newly-trained young men,| Oyanjestad, and Noord. During this
and similar factors that will help the period LVS students of the first
Aruba Technical School to chart its! three years will be on leave of ab-
future course. Also being considered| sence while their instructors assist in
is some form of industrial training

the testing program. Present plans
call for 40 boys to be selected for the
1953 class.

for ATS graduates who are under the
usual employabl

At the same time Lago has resum-
ed activity by its Vocational Train-
ing Committee to study the matter
from the Company's
Among points for consic





s:



‘Bonus pa Costo di
Bida ta Cambia



standpoint.
ation will
be some form of on-the-job training
for ATS and MULO graduates who|
will be entering departments directly |
as employ rather than a






Durante un reunion conjunto spe-
tudents,| cial dia 22 di Mei, Lago Employee
as well as possible changes in the| Council Representantenan di Com-
curriculum and basis for enrollment) Pania a repasa resultadonan di e
in Lago’s Vocational School. estudio pa costo di bida cu a worde
As the trend moves from Lago-| haei cu entrada di dia 1 di Mei.
sponsored to Government-sponsored epudlo. pats Ee pevae ee
vocational training, with Lago draw- ci SceLordsepida song mie 71 Pe
Y ung, zi Di acuerdo, e bonus pa costo di
ing from the ATS graduating classes , lo worde rebaha cu entrada di
and from the increasing numbers of|dia 1 di Juni, na tur empleadonan
MULO graduates seeking jobs in in-| permanente regular y di staff.
dustry, the eventual effect on op-
portunities for Aruba’s young men
remains the same. As always and
everywhere, the trained man has the
best chance of being employed and
making progress.















| Oficialnan di Lago ta Eligi

Durante reunion anual di accionis-
tanan di Lago Oil & Transport Co.,
Ltd. dia 27 di April, e siguiente di-
rectornan a worde re-eligi: J. An-
dreae, T. C. Brown, F. E. Griffin,
J. J. Horigan y O. S. Mingus.

Durante reunion di organizacion di
Junta di Directiva dia 4 di Mei, e
siguiente oficiz



29 Near Completion

Of the 29 who are nearing the end
of the ATS’s first three-year course,

nine are machinists, eight are electri-






ee : é nan a worde re-eligi:
cians, and 12 are auto mechanics. All| J. J. Horigan, presidente; C. E. Lan-
but ten of the boys have reached the ning y O. S. Mingus, vice-presidente;

age of 18. The school has 64 boys en-|'l’. C. Brown, secretario y tesorero,



| 11, 12, and 18, and at the Sociedad
Bolivariana in Oranjestad May 18
and 19. The following week the films
were shown at the Caribe, Comman-
deursbaai, La Fama, Surinam and
RCA clubs.





















Maurice C. Bates Millions are being spent through- ; E. McDonald
’ out the ribbean this year in the
Mauric> C, Bates, assistant division | construction of hotel and entertain-

| superintendent in the Acid and Edel-
eanu plant, died May 18 in New York
City. He was
of the United State
by his wi

Mr. Ba
vice. He



menent facilities for tourists.
part of the money is going into the





» he is survived | many Caribbean islands, plus hotels
and step-son. | and night clubs.

h 30 years of ser- Xe

employed by A three-month scholarship at the



d ove
first





| Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) at Casper, | University of Puerto Rico for the
1

| Wyo., in

29
| 3 lz
| Burial services were held May
| at Los Angeles, Calif.



and came to Aruba | study of home economics has been
iter. announced by the Caribbean Com-
mission. The course runs from Sep-
| tember through November.

eK

| May 11 was a sort of "Interna-
|tional Day” in San Nicolas harbor.
Tied up at Lago piers were ships
from Sweden, the United States,
Panama, Denmark, Canada, Germany,
Japan, Norway and Belgium,

seven yez



on
27

Laurens Croes





Laurens Croes, a process yardman
| in Receiving and Shipping, died May
21 at Lago Hospital. He was 49 Ss
old. A native of Aruba and a resident
of San Nicolas, he is survived by his











mother. | xo ok
Mr. Croes had 14 years and eight | Someone included — evidently by
months of service. mistake — a treatise on the develop-

ment of Aluminum production in a
request for clerical training addressed
to Lago.

Leslie J. Gritton

Leslie J. Gritton, chief mate on the
lake tanker ”Amacuro,” died May 17
in Lago Hospital. He was 48 years
old.

Mr. Gritton was born
England, and was
in 1947. He
testant cemet
18.

xx
KLM’s West India Section, which
| flew 2,811,214 miles in the Caribbean
area during 1952 without an accident,
has received the Safety Award of the
Inter-American Safety Council
the 10th successive year.
acc
Puerto Rico is enjoying an_ in-
dustrial boom. Seven new industries
have opened plants; 38 more are
scheduled.

in London,
employed by Lago
buried in the Pro-
in San Nicolas May





Antonio Kock

Antonio Kock, a pipefitter helper
A, died May 30. Thirty 2 of
age, he had Lago service of 11 years




ex
scheduled a Corona-



Trinidad has



for |

Lago paid two-thirds of the tuition
for the course at the Cayne Electrical
and Television-Radio School. Working
eight to 12 hours a day, Mr. Gittens
— the only person in the 165-member
class from outside the U.S.A. — stu-
died basic electricity and circuits,
wiring and repair, direct current,
alternating current and_ industrial
electricity.

While completing the first phase
of the course, he also attended classes
in the second phase, but his furlough
and leave of absence ran out before
he completed the work for a second
phase certificate.

In connection with his school work,
he toured Chicago-area industrial
plants.

Mr. Gittens, married and the father
of two children, was born in British
Guiana and educated at St. Domini-
cus College in Oranjestad. He started
with Lago in 1944 and is the son of
Henry P. Gittens, boilermaker fore-
man,



Ora el a caba cu di promer fase di
e curso, el a cuminza atende instruc-
cion den di segunda fase tambe, pero
su vacacion y su periodo di ausencia



cu permiso a termina promer cu el
tabata bastante avanza pa obtene e
certificato di segunda fase.

En coneccion cu su enseyanza na
school, el a haci un bishita na e
plantanan industrial den cercania di
Chicago.

Sr. Gittens kende ta casa y ta tata
di dos yiu, a nace na British Guiana
y a recibi su educacion na St. Domini-
cus College na Oranjestad. E] a cu-
minza traha cu Lago na 1944 y ta
yiu di Henry P. Gittens, foreman di

| boilermaker.

54 years old. A native building of cabanas on the shores of | Olympic 800-meter champion,





eight months. He is survived by five
children.





tion Olympics between May 31 and |a week, a Curagao
June 7. Invited to compete have been | direct, experimental shows.

Island Report ore

Millions Being Spent —
{_ onmants | = On Caribbean Resorts -

Bailey, Trinidad-born
sprinter who hol the world 100-
meter record; Herb McKenley, crack



A good | Jamaica sprinter and middle-distance

Mal U.S. and
Bob
Mathias, U.S. and Olympic decathalon
champ, Lindy Remigino, winner of
the 100-meter race at the last Olym-
pics and Rafael Fortuna, Cuba’s out-
standing sprinter. Trinidad’s fast-
flying youngster, Michael Agostini,
who beat Andy Stanfield of the U.S.,
will also compete.
x x

Surinam issued four new stamps to
commemorate the 16th meeting of
the Caribbean Commission. Surinam
played host to the commission for
the first time from May 11 to
May 14.

runner,

Whitfield,



Ox
The Rockefeller Foundation is esta-
blishing a laboratory in Port-of-Spain
for the study of virus disease. The
Wilhelmina Fund for the Eradication
of Tuberculosis set up a 45-bed TB
sanitarium at Paramaribo in Surinam.
ae
Timber has become an increasingly
important source of income through-
out the Caribbean area. Technical
assistance in its production, prepa-
ration and use is being sought from
UNESCO.
ee
are being exhibited
ilemstad Curacao. Not
store hasn’t
s — televi-



Television se
in a store in W
for as yet — the
even set prices on the se
sion is still very much in its infant
stage in Curacao. A couple of hours
ation sends out

sale







~

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





FARM MACHINES COME TO TURKEY: An instructor explains harvester operation to poys ai a Village Institute.

MAQUINA
di colecta cosecha na e hobennan di un Instituto

“Point Four” Turkish Style

Rural Institute System
Teaches Modern Methods

In an effort to bring modern agricultural means to the rural farmers
of Turkey, the Turkish Government employs a uniaue system of village
teachers and village institutes. Under the American Point Four pro-
gram and Turkish rural system, thousands of young Turks have been
sent into the most remote and backward sections of the country to act
as missionaries” of the 20th cen-,
tury or, as they are known in Turkey |
— village teachers.

The problem in these remote areas |
Is similar to that of the world’s agri- |
eultural countries. How can the bene- |
fits of the 20th century be brought
to people living on farms or in tiny |
villages far from the main concen-
trations of population. Education is
the answer — but where can teachers
be found who will be willing to work
in these out-of-the-way places. The
Turks decided to look in the village
itself. They took the bright young- |

It is a teacher’s training school, but
one would have to search far and
wide to find its like. These are not
ordinary teachers that come out of
the 21 institutes in Turkey. The gra-
duates not only can teach academic
subjects, but they can train the young
in the rudiments of science, shoe
horses, administer "first aid,” play
the mandolin and instruct their
youthful charges in the intricacies of
home economics. They do all this and
prepare their brighter pupils for
higher education in the schools of the




sters of the village and transformed | city.
them into teachers. | - hs

In the small communities of Turkey Early Exams
old-fashioned farming is tending to Each year, thousands of young

destroy the soil — bringing malnutri-
tion in its wake. Moreover, lack of
education is restricting the capacity
of the people to make use of imple-
ments that can serve to enrich their

boys and girls of about 12 years of
age sit down to competitive examina-
| tions. For every ten who take the
j test, nine are eliminated. The re-
maining one goes to the nearest vil-



lives both economically and spiri- lage institute which will be his home
tually. for the next six years.

The Turks met the challenge. They | Coming from a small farm,
established the unique institution |typical village institute youngster

which they call the Village Institute. | has never seen a piece of machinery,



MUSICAL RELAXATION: These future Turkish teachers know that
their mandolin-playing will one day enlighten the burden of the hard-
working farmers and bring pleasure to their pupils.

DISTRACCION MUSICAL: E maestronan Turco aki di futuro sabi cu
nan tocamento di mandolin un dia lo alivia e peso di trabao duro di
cunukeronan y trece alegria pa nan estudiantenan.

PA TRAHA CUNUCU TA YEGA TURKIA: Un instructor ta splica operacion di un maquina

di Districto.

| much less tampered with it. However
the machine shop will play a Lig role
in his new lite. The youthful arrival
soon that he will be «
pected to use his hands as well as



discovers



{his head. For along with the study |

of the natural sciences, mathematics,
and the Turkish language and litera-
|ture, the future teacher will take
|classes in animal husbandry, plum-
bing, farm machinery operation and
| carpentry, among many others.

| Life at the institute not easy.
|The student is up at six in the mor-
| ning and is busy until nine at night,
though, between those hours, he has
time to read and play. He well
fed on substantial but plain fare; he
|is adequately dressed in heavy trou-
| sers and a loose coat made of coarse
| rough material, a shirt also made of
rough material, black stockings and
thick sturdy shoes.

Though the student at the village
{institute pays nothing, the govern-
| ment expects him to return nine years
! of for the six years of
training he has received. However, he
paid a teacher’s salary for his
| Work, and gains the status of govern-
|ment employee with all its accruing
| benefi s.

Upon graduation, the young tea-
| cher is sent to the village that requi-
res his services. There, he receive
house and plot of land which is his
to farm. In the village, he automati-
cally becomes a member of the "coun-
| cil of aldermen,” thus he is able to

is



service



is



a



| participate in the policy-making de- |

|cisions of the leaders of the
| munity.

As the people of the more remote

com-



{a doctor, the young teacher must b
the guide in matters of health. As
the economic life of the community
| is based on agriculture, he must teach
| the farmers how to get the most from
the soil — how to make use of mo-
dern techniques aise productivity.
This is not alw The young
teacher has no power to force — on-
ly to persuade. He must combat illi-
teracy and make every effort to in-
crease the number of readers and
writers. With the level of farm in-
come rising, the teachers are called
| upon to organize village stores.
Visit United States

Only recently, a group of Tur-
kish educators, mostly in their twen-
ties, came to the United States to do
advanced work at the University of













| collective sponsorship of the Turkish
| Government and the Ford and Rocke-
| feller Foundations. Their purpose w









to participate in "Project: Rural
Education.”

| Though it antedates Point Four,
the rural institute stem, begun
|thirteen years ago is, in no small

way, an answer to the problems im-
| plicit in the American program. The
idea behind both programs is to raise
| the living standards of the vast ma-
jority of the world’s population who
live out their lives The
problem is in part economic, in part
cultural, and that the way the
Turkish Goverrment is handling it.

as farmers.





Florida. The group arrived under the |



June 5, 1





=~ Systema di Instituto Rural

Ta Sinja Medionan Moderno

Den un esfuerzo pa trece medionan moderno di agricultura pa e cu-

nukeronan campest
di maestronan di districto y



> di Turkia, Gobierno di Turkia ta usa un s

ystema



institutonan di districto, unico den e pais.

Bao e programa "Point Four” Americano (pa yuda otro paisnan) y e

systema rural di Turkia, miles
partinan mas ieuw y at



adie pa

pa traha como ”misionarionan” di
Siglo 20 of — manera nan ta conoci
na Turkia — como maestronan di
districto.

E problema den e lugarnan retira
ta similar na esun di tur paisnan
agricultural di mundo. Com e benefi-
cionan di Siglo 20 por worde treci
na hendenan bibaé den hacienda o den
pueblonan chikitonan leuw for di
centro di populacion? E contesta ta
door di educacion — pero, unda por
haya maestronan cu por ta interesa
pa traha den e lugarnan asina retira?
E Turconan a dicidi pa tira un bista
den districtonan mes. Nan a tuma e



hobennan cu talento di districto y a}

transforma nan den maestronan.
Den comunidadnan chikito di Tur-
kia estilo bieuw di agricultura ta ca-
bando cu e tera — treciendo malnu-
tricion. Ademas, falta di educacion ta
limita e abilidad di e hendenan pa
haci uso di mashinnan cu por sirbi pa
enriquece nan bida tanto economica-
mente como spiritualmente.
E Turconan a acepta e
Nan a €
unico den e



desafio.
iblece e institucion, conoci
pz





s, cual nan ta yama
Instituto di Di Esaki ta un
school pa sinja maestronan, pero
mester busca hopi leuw pa haya un
igual cu né. Nan no tin maestronan
ordinario cu ta sali for di e 21 insti-
tutonan di Turkia. E graduadonan no
solamente por duna les den temanan
academico, pero nan por sinja e ho-
bennan e promer principionan di
ciencia, tocante ponemento di hero
bao pata di cabai, duna "first aid”,
toca mandolin y instrui nan estudian-
tenan hoben e complicacionnan di eco-
nomia Tur esaki nan ta
haci y nan ta prepara nan estudiante-
nan mas inteligente pa educacion mas
halto den e schoolnan di ciudad.

ricto.





domestico.

Examinacionnan

Cada anja, miles di mucha homber
y mucha muher di
anja ta participa den examen com-
petitivo. Di cada diez cu pasa e test,
nuebe ta worde elimina. Esun cu ta
keda ta bai na e instituto di e pueblo
mas cercano na unda lo e keda e si-
guiente seis anja.

Ora nan ta bini for di hacienda chi-
kito, e hoben tipico di un instituto di
districto nunca a mira un maquina, y
{mucho menos a mishi cu uno. Sinem-
bargo, e mashin shop lo hunga un
gran papel den su bida nobo. E hoben

mas o menos 12





the | villages do not have the services of | Pronto lo descubri cu lo e mester usa



tanto su man como su cabez. Paso-
bra hunto cu e estudio di sciencia na-
| tural, reekmento, y e idioma Turco y
| literatura, e maestro di futuro lo haya
| les, entre otro, den crianza di bestia,
| plomberia, operamento di maquina di
|traha cunucu y carpenteria.

| Bida instituto no ta





na e facil. E

}estudiante mester lamta seis ‘or di|

di Turconan hoben a worde manda na e

mainta y ta keda ocupa te nueb’or di
anochi, aunque entre e oranan aki e
tin ora pa leza y hunga. El ta worde
bon alimenta cu cuminda regular pero
di forza; el ta adecuadamente bist‘
cu carson diki y un bachi traha di
material grof, un camisa traha_ di
panja grof, meya preto y zapato fuer-
te di cuero diki
Aunque e estudiante na e instituto
di districto no ta paga nada, Gobierno
ta spera pa e debolbe nuebe anja di
servicio pa e Ss anja di enseyanza
cu el a ricibi. Sinembargo, el ta wor-














de paga un salario di maestro pa su
trabao y ta haya e estado di emplea-
do di gobierno cu tur
perteneciente.

Despues di graduacion, e maestro
hoben ta worde manda na e districto
cu tin mester di su servicio. Aya, el
ta haya un cas y un pida tera cual

Den e districto,
el bira miembro
di e "Conseho di Districto”, asina el
por participa den decisionnan di e li-
dernan di e comunidad pa traha ley-
nan,

Como cu e hendenan di e pueblo-
nan mas lejano no tin e servicionan
di un dokter, e maestro hoben mester
ta e guia den asuntonan di sanidad.
Como cu bida economico di e comuni-
dad ta basa ariba agricultura, e mes-
ter sinja e cunukeronan com por saka
mas tanto for di e tera — por
haci uso di metodonan pa
aumenta cosecha. Esaki no tur sem-
per ta facil maestro hoben no tin
poder di obliga nan — sino di per-
suadi nan, E mester combati analfa-
betismo y haci tur pa au-
ntidad di esnan cu por
Mientras e nivel di
ta subi, e
pa

beneficionan







com

moderno







esfuerzo



menta e c¢
scirbi y leza.
entrada di cultivacion
| maestronan ta requeri
tiendanan di districto.

Bishita Estados Unidos

mucho tempo pasa un grupo
di educadornan Turco, mayoria di
nan den 20 anja, a yega na Estados
Unidos pa haci estudio avanza
Universidad di Florida. E grupo a
bini bao auspicio colectivo di Gobierno
Tureo y e Fundacionnan Ford y
Rockefeller. Nan obheto tabata pa
participa den e Projecto: Educacion
Campestre”’.

Aunque e systema di institute ru-
ral, cu a cuminza diez-tres anja pasa
na Turkia, tabata promer cu e Pro-
grama ”Point Four” Americano, e ta
un solucion considerable di e proble-
manan den e programa Americana. E
idea tras di ambos programa ta pa
halza e standard di bida di e gran
mayoria di populacion di mundo cu pa
semper ta hiba un bida di cultivador.
E problema en parte ta economico,
en parte ta cultural, y ta asina e Go-
bierno Turco ta tratando e problema.

establece

No



na











TURKISH FARM GIRLS KEEP BUSY: Girls at the Village Institutes

are taught how to make dresses so
future

that they may, in turn, teach their
pupils.











June 5, 1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS



of I. ; on 4 e
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’BELLES OF BONAIRE:’ These flamingoes are the "belles of Bonaire,’ probably the

island’s most colorful attraction. Wary, difficult to photograph, they stand ankle

deep in the brine of Goto Lake most of the day, fly away at dusk to their nests
where they are pictured here.

*BELLEZA DI BONAIRE’: E flamingonan ta e ’bellezanan di Bonaire’ cu ta probable-
mente e atraccion mas pint6resco di e isla. Semper alerto y dificil pa fotografia, nan
ta para te nan enkel den e awa salo di Lago Goto mayoria parti di dia, y pro-
mer cu drentamento di solo nan ta bula bai nan neshi unda nan retrato ta saka aki.



PHOTOGRAPHIC NOVELTY: is this picture of Curagao taken from

Aruba across 42 miles of Caribbean Sea. Usually lost in haze, the

neighbor island can often be seen on a windless day, and infra-red film
helps make it visible in a photograph.

NOVEDAD FOTOGRAFICO: ta e retrato aki di Curacao saka for di
Aruba desde un distancia di 42 milja di Mar Caribe. Generalmente tapa
pa nublina, e isla vecino frecuentemente por worce mira ariba dia di

calma y film ultra-rojo ta yuda hacié visible ariba retrato. POPPY DAY: Four-year-old Le-
Roy Miller, son of LeRoy C, Miller
of the Mechanical Department, is
pictured selling to Lago President
J. J. Horigan the first poppy of
the annual Poppy Day sponsored
by the American Legion Auxiliary.
Mr. Horigan’s purchase kicked off
a drive which netted Fls. 765.56.
One half the total will be used for
veterans’ rehabilitation; the other

half for child welfare.





DIA DI ”POPPY”: LeRoy Miller,
yiu homber di cuatro anja di Le-
Roy C. Miller di Mechanical Dept.,
ta munstra aki bendiendo e pro-
mer poppy” na Presidente di La-
go J. J. Horigan durante e Dia
di ”’Poppy” anual organiza bao
auspicio di American Legion Auxi-
liary. E compro di Sr. Horigan a
cuminza e campanja cu a monta un
total neto di Fis. 765.56.



we

PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTOGRAPHS PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTO-

GRAPHING PHOTOGRAPHER: Esso News Photographer Norman

Singh, with an eye on a complicated caption, took this picture of Jose

de Cuba, Public Relations Department employee, taking a picture of

himself and the American School of Photography certificate he earned
after completing a two-year correspondcuce course.



FOTOGRAFO TA FOTOGRAFIA FOTOGRAFO FOTOGRAFIANDO

UN FOTOGRAFO: Fotografo di Esso News Norman Singh, cu un wowo

ariba un titulo complica, a saca e portret aki di Jose de Cuba, empleado

di Departamento di Relaciones Publicas, sakando un retrato di su mes y

di e certificado di fotografia di American School cu el a ricibi despues
di a completa un curso di correspondencia di dos anja.







MUSIC-MAKER: A
former Lago employ-
ee has gathered to-
gether one of the most
popular musical orga-
nizations in the Ca-
ribbean area. He is
John A. Bennett (third



FIRST VISIT: Mrs. Betty Crawford (left), member of the national exe-

cutive committee of the Ame n Legion Auxiliary from the Panama

Canal Zone, was the first executive committee member to visit the paabe
Se Be ah teres iary. She is pictured presenting a prize to \ Katherine

from left, back row) Honey (center) for enrolling the most members and to Mrs. J. V. Eder

cho By CLUDE ac ate for the best allround annual report

Eustatius last July Sree On Gea nmUs Lepore.

and formed the Unit-














ed Nine, pictured here PROMER BISHIT. Sra. Betty Crawford (banda robez), miembro di
on an engagement in comité ehecutivo nacional di American Legion Auxiliary pa Zona ¢i Pa-
Sint Maarten. H. V. nama Canal, tabata e promer mbro di comité checutivo pa bishita
Arnaud (third from Post 1 Auxiliary. El ta munstré aki presentando un prijs na Sra. Ka-
left, front row) is also therine Honey (centro) como el a alista mas miembro y na Sra. ae Ve



an ex-Lagoite. Eder pa e mehor informe anual completo.



a





Aruba Team Takes 1st,
Draws 2nd Cricket Match

A Lago Sport Park cricket ‘11,’
field, came home
the Shell Sports Association with a

powerful at bat and fast in the

from two Whitsuntide weekend matches against

victory in a one-day match, a draw

in a two-day test match and the cup for which both teams annually

compete.

Bowler Arthur Shockness lead
Aruba’s scoring in the opening match |
May by scoring 61 runs and cap-
turing three wickets for six runs.
Teammate Matthew John took second |
scoring honors with 55 runs in the |







match which ended with Aruba
posting 227 for nine compared to
a ao’s 61 for all.

Two players named Frank — Mar-

tindale and Bryan — turned out to be
Aruba’s most productive batsmen in |
the test match played May 24 and
25 and which ended in a draw.
Curacao opened the play and scored
207 runs. C. Hooker chalked up 66
runs before being run-out and Ray-
mond Charles annexed 34 _ before
Aruba came to bat. Crack Batsmen
M. John, O. Ifill and E. Alkins were
retired and the scoreboard read 13
for 3.
Bowler J.










Beazer next retired C.

| NAMES |
in the

|_ MAJOR | EAGUES

Johnny Mize of the New York
Yankees recently set a new American
League mark for pinch hits. He hit
in five consecutive appearance as a
pinch hitter.

KI

Think you have a big hand? Com-
pare yours with Gil Hodges, Brook-|
lyn Dodgers’ first baseman. His span)
12 inches. Pee Wee Reese, Dodger
shortstop, says Hodges doesn’t need
a glove, but wears one because it’s
ronventional.

nC |

Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh
Pirates hit his 300th home run the
other day and joined an exclusive
group of 12 baseball greats who have |
hit 300 or more. Babe Ruth leads the
group with 714 homers. Only other





active player today in the slugging
circle of homer hitters is Johnny

Mize of the Yankees with



Sc xtaes

Mickey Vernon of the Washington
Senators had his 20-game batting |
streak stopped by the Yankees’



Whitey Ford. Ford defeated Wash-
ington 7—2 with a five-hitter in)
posting s fourth victory with a)
lose.

once

Reports that members of the Cin-
cinnati Redlegs had demanded the
dismissal of their manager, Rogers
Hornsby, have been denied by Gabe
Paul, Redleg general manager, and
Graddy Hatton, Redleg player repre-
sentative. Hornsby returned to the
majors last year as manager of the
St. Louis Browns where he was dis-
charged when players objected to his
methods.

eX

Bob Feller, Cleveland’s one-time
‘fire-baller,’ says he hopes to hurl one
more no-hit game which would
be his fourth — before hanging up
his spikes. No one has done it yet.

xx x

Jim Busby has been called the
"greatest fly-catcher we’ve ever had”
by Washington Senators owner Clark
Griffith.

xxx

‘Thirty-one-year-old Don Bollweg, a
rookie cast-off of the Cardinals, has
nailed a starting post with the
Yankees. Casey Stengle said the In-
dians would be the team to beat and
Bollweg helped to just that. On May
13 he hit a homer with two aboard,
pushed Mickey Mantle into scoring
position with a sacrifice and kicked
off a four-run rally which gave the
Yanks a 9—4 win over Cleveland.

jand 21—17.

| weekend _ bil





And he starred at first base.

Linton who had added 30
Aruba’s score when Frank Martin-
dale, the fleet-footed
came to bat with Frank Bryan, and
the Curagao ficlders started to get a
work-out.

Martindale, batting aggressively
and Bryan, swinging cautiously, put
on a display of first-class internatio-
nal cricket. When he failed by only
seven runs to reach the coveted
century,’ Martindale was caught oxt
near the boundary and Captain Cyril
Brown closed the inning with
runs for nine wickets.

Martindale scored 93 runs, Bryan
46, Linton 30, R. Walker and
Shockness 23 before Curacao took
over and added 59 for 5 when stumps
were drawn and the match ended in a
draw.

Brown, who skippered the Lago
Sport Park team when the Aruba-
Curacao series opened more than a|
decade ago, received an ovation from |
the crowd as the match ended.

The Sport Park’s table tennis}
entrant, Charles Bergland of the E
Dining Hall, had little trouble dis-
posing of N. Bristol by 21—12, 21—19








or
27





Well-known Joe ”Slappy” Arrias,
the Sport Park’s cue star, took the |
ard honors but the |
park’s tennis duo did not fare so well.
C. Batson lost his singles match and |
Batson and J. La Cruz lost their
doubles maten.

Sport Park Field
Gets New Dugouts







Two new dugouts and a backstop
been ordered for the eastern
eball diamond of the Lago Sport
Park, Park Board members were told
at th last meeting.

Lago’s Mechanical Department was
scheduled to construct the dugouts
and backstop which were requested
by the board to improve and extend
the facilities.

The board was also told that two
lighted bulletin boards have been
erected at the new west gate en-
trance; that a water cooler for use
by contestants had been located be-
tween the grandstan nd that an-
other had been centrally located for
use by spectators and that drainage
of the playing surface would be im-
proved.











OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Here’s

one way to see a ball game. This

group of fans selected an appro-

priate tree overlooking Wilhelmina

Stadium and from their comforta-

ble perch watched the recent base-
ball series.

MIRANDO DI PAFOR: Esaki ta
un manera pa mira un wega. E
grupo di amantenan di deporte aki
a escoge un palo apropiado for di
cual nan por mira paden Wilhel-
mina Stadion y for di nan asiento
comodo nan a mira e reciente serie
di beisbol.

runs to

heavyweight,

| Aruba a expresa nan gratitud pa e;

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



WILHELMINA ACTION: Action
in the batter’s box and at first
| during Aruba’s 3 — 2 victory over
Santo Domingo is shown here. Nel
Harms, who pitched Aruba to its
victor. takes a healthy cut
(right). Following the game he
received a trophy as the outstand-
ing player. Aruba won two and
lost one during the Whitsuntide
series and came in second behind
Venezuela. The series winner took
all three games played. The only
loss experienced by the home team
was administered by the Venezue-
lans in the first game of the
series. The South American visi-
tors defeated Aruba 12—2.












|Curagao Retains Annual Trophy



Esso Net Team Defeated 6-3

The Curacaosche Sport Club’s tennis team retained possession
the S. L. Maduro trophy Whitsuntide weekend by taking six of nine
matches from the Esso Tennis Club.

Playing May 23 and 24 at the Lago Colony courts, the visiting Cura-




cao squad scored victories in men’s singles, ladies’ singles, men’s
doubles, ladies’ doubles, mixed doubles |
|}and second men’s singles.

The Esso players won the third | Iren> Hamelers and Mrs. J. Freundel
| men’s singles, ond men’s doubles | (E) 6. ; Mixed Doubles: Vera





and Chumaceiro



and third men’s doubles. 3randwijk-Nodelijk














| Results: | (C) defeated B. Sluyter and Dr. Ken-

Men’s Singles: Henk Rudolf (C)|neth Axelson (E) G—8, 6—4; 2nd
| defeated Dirk v.d. Linden (E) 6- | Men’s Singles: Mario Schotborgh (C)
j3—0; Ladies’ Singles: Eve Jansen | defeated William v.d. Heuvel (EB)
(C) defeated Mrs. Zena Wright (E) | G—1, 6—1; 2nd Men’s Doubles: G. G.
|6—4, 6—4; Men’s Doub Norman | Corrington and Clifford Whelan (E)





Chumaceiro and
defeated Leon

Ose: (C) | defeated Oreste Burghardt and J. v.d.
Amman and L. S./ Brugge (C) 4—6, 6 and 7— rd
McReynolds (I) 6—3, 6—4; Ladies’) Men’s Doubles: Robert Dorwart and
Doubles: M J: Brugge and/Gene Goley (E) defeated Henry Ma-
Louise G. Casseres (C) defeated Mrs.|duro and Herman Leyba (C) 6—0,
6—4; 8rd Men’s Singles: Earl Pughe
(E) defeated M. Verwoerd (C) 6—0,

‘Funcionarionan di School °
ta Gradici Lago pa Yu-
|danza Den Encuentro |
|Deportista












Don’t Park Scooters
At Dispensary Site

With construction underway
the new dispensary, scooter d
ers are requested not to park
their vehicles there overnight. A
new parking ar west of No. 2
Foam Truck has been
established for overnight scooter
parking. This area will be marked
off and suitable signs erected.



Funcionarionan di Schoolnan di



yudanza cu empleadonan di Lago y
Compania a duna nan den organiz
cion di e promer Encuentro Atletico
y Deportista di Schoolnan di e isla}
na Lago Sport Park dia 8 di Mei.
Den un carta na Presidente J. J.
Horigan, e funcionarionan di
a bisa cu ”e buena voluntad y
za di empleadonan a impresiona nos
y nos ta spera cu ainda mas coopera- |
cion e evento deportista aki lo bira| = .
un tradicion na eee Nos sigue Social Happenings )
nan ta aprecia e gesto di boso masha
tanto y cu entusiasmo lo nos entrena
nos muchanan pa anja cu bini.”
Empleadonan di Lago, fuera di a
yuda organiza e encuentro, cu a atrae
un 175 participante den concursonan
di siete schoolnan mas halto, a yuda
como funcionario durante e curso di| xxx
e eventonan. | Miss Carmen Koolman of Sabaneta
E carta tabata firma pa Frere| and Antonio M. de Cuba, a classifier
Franciscus y J. M. Koopmans di St.| in the laundry, were married May 28
Dominicus College, E. C. L. Bergen, at the Sacred Heart Church in Saba-
| Instructor Fisico di Schoolnan di ne A reception was held at 8 Rui
Aruba, Frere Vincentius di St. Domi- ae ae :
CUE RCO Geshe ameres catusias Clots | erase cpcdyinidi Sean:
Augustinus College," O."D. I ausquin | chief coordinator pa cuentro. E.
di Juliana School, C. Westrate di|y_ Lloyd di Colony Service Depart-
Abraham de Veer School y G. Ame-| ment a sirbi di chief juez di e en-
link di School Technico di Aruba. ‘ cuentro.







eae ae ae eG

Ne ee

Miss Audrey Marple of Calgary,
Alberta, Canada and William Buch
nan of the Technical Service Depar
ment were married in Oranjestad
May 23.

















June 5, 1953



Aruba Places Second In Baseball Series























ACCION DEN WILHELMINA
STADION: Accion den caha di
Batidor y pa promer bez durante
e victoria di 3 — 2 di Aruba ariba
Santo Domingo ta munstra aki.
Nel Harms, kende a pitcha trecien-
do victoria pa Aruba, aki riba ta
haci un bunita swing. Despues di
e wega el a ricibi un trofeo como
ee hungador mas_ sobresaliente.
Aruba a gana dos y perde una di
e weganan cu a worde hunga den
serie teni durante di Pentecoste.



School Officials
Send Lago Thanks
For Helping Meet

of





Aruba school officials have ex-
pressed their thanks for the help
Lago employ and the Company
gave them in aging the island’s

first Inter-Scholastic Track and Field
Meet at the Lago Sport Park May 8
In a letter to President J. J. Hori-








gan, the schoo! officials said the
employe *yeadiness and helpfulness
struck us and we do hope that with

even greater cooperation this sports
will tradition in
Our schools appreciate this
sry much and with
all train our boys

event become a
Aruba.

gesture of yours






enthusiasm we s
for next year.”



Lago employees, in addition to
helping set up the meet which
attracted some 175 contestants from
seven high schools, ved as offi



during the runnir of the.even

The letter was signed by Fr. Frz
ciscus and J. M. Koopmans of
Dominicus College, E. C. L. Bergen,
Aruba school system physical educa-
tion instructor, Fr. Vincentius of St.
Dominicus College, Fr. Canisius of
St. Augustinus College, C. D. Iraus-
}quin of Juliana School, C. Westrate
of Abraham de Veer School, and G.
Amelink of Aruba Technical School.

H. S. Goodwin of the Technical
Service Department served as chief
coordinator for the meet. E. M. Lloyd
of the Colony Service Department
| served as chief judge of the meet.













‘Holland Sends Thanks
‘For Aruba Flood Aid

Officials of the National Disaster
Fund of Holland have expressed the
country’s thanks for Aruba’s gift of
$200,000 "which is obvious proof of
/the sympathy felt in all layers of
the community in Aruba toward the
victims in the Netherlands.”

P. Alons, director of the fund, said
in a letter to J. van der Schoot, se-
cretary of the Aruba Helps Nether-
lands Committee, "On behalf of all,
I wish to thank you most sincerely







bi di/for your important contribution and

request you to convey our thanks to



those who have contributed toward
this end.”

















ARUBA ESSO NEWS

i

June 5, 1953





51 years of service,
At left Gregorio Leo, operator of the Marine
and Marine
Arthur Harman, a shift foreman in Receiving and Shipping, is pictured

Two long-time Lago employees, with a total of more than

TWO VETERANS RETIRE:
retired May 1 and their fellow-workers remembered the date.

Department’s tug ”Noord,” is shown receiving a clock and a check from T. J. Phillips

Department co-workers. At right

receiving a scroll and check from Ralph Watson and other R&S employees.
service; Mr. Harman more than 23.

Mr. Leo had over 28 years of

DOS VETERANO TA RETIRA: Dos empleado di Lago cu hopi tempo di servicio, en total mas cu 51 anja, a

retira dia 1 di Mei y nan companjeronan di trabao a recorda e fecha. Banda robez Gregorio Leo, operator di

e remolcador “Noord”, di Marine Department ta recibiendo un oloshi y un check for di T. J. Phillips na nom-

ber di su companjeronan di trabao. Na banda drechi Arthur Harman, un shift foreman den Receiving &

Shipping, ta recibi un scroll y check for di Ralph Watson y otro empleadonan di R&S. Sr. Leo tabatin mas
cu 28 anja di servicio; Sr. Harman mas cu 23.











"Where Did They Go?”

| Kibra tacka

(Continued from page 1)

Curacao Racing Pigeons

| year and partly because its blossoms
last only two or three days.



” ”
| lave Flown The oop If the Kibra Hacha is to bloom, it
| must have a good rain about two or
For the past two weeks Curacao pigeon fanciers have been ee ee ee a eae
5 5 ‘ : 2 Ks % a a 2, ch is a e las yee
anxiously pen wie skies, scratching their heads and wondering, ineMay womathettistiwecieiner ies
Where did they go? Rains of sufficient quantity during

Puzzled, confused, the bird owners nee also come in for some | the first part of May are rare in|

ribbing from their friends who’ve ——— > | Aruba. This year, plentiful rains at
been asking the same question. No bring them back. The first bird into just the right time brought the blos- |














































one has come up with an answer, and its home coop is the winner. soms out in all their glory.
the situation has taken on the name The trees might have blossomed |
of the Missing Pigeon Mystery Birds Seldom Fail during the week, but the flowers are |
Like pigeon owners everywhere, 5 leasily blown off by the wind and do
the Curacao spor en stage races The birds believed sk be guided By not last more than two or three days.
for their birds. They ship them to a| aM instinctive ’compass’ which oper-|1¢ tnat had happened, only a few of|
distant point, have them released | ates in conjunction with the earth’s ithe ndia renidenta would have been
and count on their homing instinet to, Magnetic core, seldom fail. When | likely to see them. This year, the
‘on the beam’ they frequently travel | yaa Meant a ee, or ihe
‘hundreds of miles over land and sea Whitsuntide holiday ee ak
and ive unerringly at home. stab . sate oe :
NEW ARRIVALS = 22 ‘ bined to produce a beautiful sight at
Ae DeRe ae Tee Le | Ae Mairi a Ce: ere core ime aioe een
Curacao traimers packed up their Ad open tancnibnaiaal denon raben
May 15 {hirde ; eae nen E + - ey s , > ‘a
SIMILEER, Epifanio G. - LOF: A daugh-| birds the week of May 10 and! iyacha \ pientiful in Aruba. But
= shipped them off to Bonaire, then the tre name, when translated from
i e tree's name, 2 ransle
mardino - Marine Office sat back to await the race May 17. Pantaimenta sidete a ioae anee aaree
NAS. - Rec, & Ship.: A daugh- The morning of the 17th dawned. ie th i a ae By cues oo rental
t axine Henriette ee aa lees tayo s the tree’s wo s very hard and |
IGNACIO, ine He 1 Lab No. 1:|Highty-two birds — rested, fed Bae ene orE highly desirable for buil-
A son, Victor Be: ready to go — were taken out to the dine suhion Agein ie Aerts
May 16 release point and set free. Up they} >) ee mee ese :
FORTUNE, M eras wooden vessel. So the story goes that
RTUD Malcolm - Marine: A son, Al-| rose midst a clatter of wings, made ‘
bert McNutt al Be BAckian a Eo eere ene ee all but a few of the trees were cut
z ss back « or ge A
May 17 piesa i - re ..,,|down for use by the shipbuilders.
Sera oe z gs and then set off over Z
» Reuben R. - M & C Pipe: A son, | aie “ ms ~,,; It takes many years for trees to|
reum Bruno. blue Caribbean for Curacao 60} a : :
William —Ghipsard: A. aco, miles “awa, grow to maturity. Some kinds
Adolph Pedro | Fame |— mahogany is a good example —
a . oe
; May 18 | jaa taieR at | are not big enough for use as lumber
ALE ER Mario - LOF: A son, Mike Owners Wait until they are more than one hundred
P uuis - Lake Fleet: A son, Frank- | years old. The Giant Redwoods in




: their coops the owners waited,

wung aloft to catch sight of | 's old.

are thousands of yed

STE
; aa
in California

oy.














May 19 2 useful as ay |nearer the surface where it car
DIJKHOFF, Moac 2” - Rie e Gaotien n | thewtinet) bird iwhich was expected i, An ce ie a = 2 use see AS sR nearer ae aurtes here ae ae
>, . a 3 xrow ae east |S 2 r growing plants. is
son, Alberto Pe: make the trip in about one hour. mus be a owed o grow for at east some good for growing plants. his
1 “ Et: cs 60 years. Pine grows much faster,|is because most trees have extensive
May 20 The hour passed, but no bird : A : |
K, Norman J. - TSD Process: Alstreaked across the Curacao. shore but the wood is soft and so is not|root systems that spread out and
ey od pe eeePol . carrying victory on its Winge ’'T he suitable for many types of structures. |down. In some kinds of trees, the
ans - ao ‘olice win « s 3 s zs. 3 r. R = aa = oe 4 - % nah Norges tal st a “ =
hielma Ludwina & Cirma wind is wrong,” one trainer said to Nature, it seems, needs more time to | roots cover a bigger space below the

Austin A. - Colony Co
n, Alvin Elric,
EWING CHOW, Shayle K. -

lations: A daughter,

turn out fine things than it requires
for things of poo quality.



nother without much conviction. A
second hour, a third, passed without



Industrial Re-
Glenna




































Lynn, ; zs ; 7 : | > recent flur i S-
aa |a sight of the birds. The wind theory The recent flur : of zoldenablog
ere : May 2: fe aeahandoned “|soms on Aruba’s hillsides shows that
ETIED + Ivan G, - TSD Lab No. 1: ae ae . a t S aes “
daughter. | As speculation on the birds’ where- the island is still capable of RUDE
| abouts began to grow, a report came a fing, heathy iuree! ye ONE
& C Yard: A]in that on2 had made it! Then an-|?° ake BD) think of a ee only
LOF: A daughter, Other! ‘Then ‘the reports stopped, | asa oounce os lumber. A tree is much
stein, | hough they waited all that Sunday, |More than that
Maint.: 1 the owners sighted no more of their| A tree gives shade. It can turn a
go Ind. Relations: | birds. | hot, dusty spot into a natural open-
Sandra. ”Where did they go?” an owner) air patio.” A place with a tree be-
DE JONGH fist eaeenis as asked as evening fell, "where did|¢omes pleasant. A place to sit, to re-|
epee ok ei tak rors | those 80 pigeons go?” | lax, to contemplate the world around |
REED, Lab No, 1: A us, or if you like, a place to sleep
DOS Ri = LOR wAVaadehe a while before traveling on.
ter, Jessica Anu. Forward Correct A tree brings rain. Yes, it does. |
May 25 Provided it has enough of its cousins |
DALRY MELE, Maurice . Cracking: A Address To News in the immediate neighborhood, a|
HINDS, Milton - M Carsiaiouass Sd tree can keep the air cool enough|
as tg btex, aenvaanG sy AW Increasing numbers of copies of the | to allow ing clouds to drop their
ghter Beattlcn ‘Olga fess Aruba News, customarily deli- | precious burden of rain drops. If you
ES OME @Neascio - M & © Boiler: A son,|Vvered by mail, have been returned | don’t believe this, next time you are
ee marked Addr Unknown” or | at the beach, take off your shoes and
JUDDAN, Ovid eateaient: A son, Elgin Wrong Address.” stand for a moment in the sand where
Anthony, ese J If your copy of the News has been| the sun has been be ating down for |











aaa year, delivered by mail, and deliveries | several hours. Then, if you can find |
BACCHUS, Sattaur - M & C: A daughter,| have been interrupted because your | one, walk un a tree. The bottom|
Rectetanin Aca aadreas is no longer that which is of your feet will tell you the diffe-
included in the News mailing list,| rence a tree can m:

TRC - May 28 will you forward your current address A tree holds water the ground.

ROMP, Federico a Paar Office: A son, | to: When rain falls, it drains downward
GRUBB, Dr. Paul A. - Dr. Reeve's office: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd. | through the ground in a proc

GIBRa enter. He Roe Public Relations Department called “leaching.” In sandy _ soils, |

- = © jee son, >; icati s ivisi i r i
WERNET, Francisc) Reatard Publications Division leaching es place faster than in|

A son,



Aruba, N.W.I. ‘heavy soils. But in any kind of soil, |

|for many of its comforts. Even
though the day of the sailing ship,
the wagon, and the wood-burning |
train has passed, today wood is

| Furniture, hou

x



Two Marine E

Take Top CYI

mployees
Awards

Two Marine Department employees — L. E. Marchena and L. Brad-

shaw — took down the top "Coin

Your Idea’ awards made for sug-

| gestions discussed during February.

Mr. Bradshaw, who works in the

Shipyard, suggested that an airline

| be run to the repair dolphin in the harbor. His idea was acted upon





|

|

and it was found that a saving in

ships’ repair time was effected. He

was paren Fls. 500.

| Mr. Marchena was given Fls. 350

jas a aipeimen y award for his

proposal that worn out automobile

tires be draped over the bows of tugs

|to protect the rope bow nets.

|

| Accounting Department

F. V. Lacle Fls. 30

A. A. Thijsen Fis. 25
Col. Serv. Department

S. Romain Fls. 30

E. Bacchus Fls. 20

B. Luydens Fls. 20

| Industrial Relations

fee Sylvan Fls. 25

| J. N. Maduro Fls. 20

| B. Schoonmaker Fis. 20

| Lago Police Department

P. D. Wallace Fils. 30

Marine Department

| L. Bradshaw Fls. 500

| Install air line to repair dolphins.

L. E. Marchena Fis. 350

Bow net - tugs

C. R. Hoffman Fls. 175

Proposed methed of fairing plates in

welded & riveted ships.



Russell John Fis. 60
| Increase width of walkway - Dry dock
launch No. 9

Medical Department
H. H. Annamunthodoo Fls. 75
Provide pedestrian walkway from bus
shelter (Main & Tenth) to Hospital.
Mechanical Department
Administration |
C. S. Wilson Fls. 50
Use proper gaskets for testing bund- |
les & shellac. |

|





| Storehouse
| J. Annamunthodoo
Machinist

Fls. 20

G. L. Brown Fis. 100 |
| Install thrust plate in outboard bear-

la housing - no. 3 & 4 tar pumps -
ic: no. 1 - 8
Te Fe Holtane Fls. 50

| Specially designed tool for grinding
| terrazzo floor - New Esso Club.
O. E. Wernet Fls. 30




O. Wernet Fls.
G. A. Anderson Fils.
1. Croes Fls.

| where there is a tree, the water stays





ground than the branch ind leaves





do above. It is this spreading root
system that holds water in the
ground,

A tree gives wood. Not long ago, |
much of the world depended on wood





in growing quantities.
hard-wood floors,

y kinds of cloth =|
|
|

needed ever





most paper, mar
these are some of the things made
from wood. Mar things require
special wood. The bearings for ship’s
propellers, for example, can best be
made from lignum vitae, an extre- |
mely hard wood that is also found in |
Aruba.








Today, much of the world’s fine
wood is disappearing, except in places
where a few courageous men are
fighting to ve it. And trees can be



encouraged and grown, much like any |




other crop. |

And, as proved an Whitsuntide!
weekend, a_ tree gives beauty.
Throughout the Caribbean and in

many other sub-tropical parts of the
world, flowering trees abound. But |
none has blossoms quite as lovely as
the fragile golden petals of the Ki-
bra Hacha. Perhaps the Kibra Hacha
— sturdy and useful as it is beauti-

of

Walter Arrindell



Fls. 20
Electrical
J. R. Beaujon Fis. 35
J. Thomas Fls. 20
J. Muller Fis. 20
Instrument
J. F. Tromp
L. E. Peterson
F. Llewellyn
L. E. Peterson 2a
Carpenter
Cc. L. London Fls. 25
Yard
E. Werleman Fls. 30
M. Lewis Fls. 20
Process Department
Acid & Edeleanu
P. Nicolaas Fils. 25
L. Lewis Fls. 20
Cat. & L.E.
J. A. Steele Fls. 40
R. Hartogh 2a Fis. 30
R. Hartogh Fis. 25
T. H. Lie Kwie Fls. 20
A. L. Lampkin Fils. 20
J. Pereira Fils. 20
Cracking
F. A. Braaf
R. C. Abendanon
S. B. Francis
A. Tjon

C. E. Jermain
N. van Vollevelde
P. I. Zagers
W. Lewis
O. Dowling
S. B. Francis
Rec. & Shipping
J. A. Osborn
L. Barriteau
C. A, Campbell Fis.
V. Jansen Fis.
Technical Service Department
Laboratories



Fis.
Fils.
Fis. 2

Fils.
Fis.



F. O. Sarran Fls. 20
Engineering Department
E.LG.

EK. V. de Randamie Fils. 20

Process Control
B. Lampe Fls
A. Rahim
G. Echelson
N. C. Baptiste
Ratcliff



First Japanese Ship
Since WW II Docks

The first ship of Japanese re-
gistry to call at Aruba since the end

of World War II tied up at San
Nicolas harbor the morning of
May 10.



2 was the 135,000 barrel tanker
ma Maru, loading gasoline for






1. Only two other ships of
Japanese registry have docked at
San Nicolas since Lago located at
Aruba. One was a tanker, the other



a whaling factory.

Two Corrections

The

name of Henriette Gomes,
1 the healthiest baby in the up-






x-months class of the Lago
Nu Glee Club’s Health Week con-
test, was incorrectly spelled "Gumbs”

in the last issue of the Esso News.



E. Erasmus V. Figoroa




Pictures of Lago Comm ry Advi-
sory Committee Candidates Vincente
Figoroa and Eduardo Erasmus were
incorrectly identified in the last issue
the Esso News. Their pictures,









ful — is back in Aruba to stay.

correctly

amed, appear above.





ound We Go

Round and

HILL-BILLY HI-JINX: Children from

version of

pictured doing their own

the Dakota Playground are
the "Virginia Reel” during a

Mother’s Day variety program staged May 11 at the Sociedad Boli-
variana by the playground’s board of directors.
HILL-BILLY HI-JINX: Muchanan di Speeltuin Dakota ta munstra aki
presentando nan mes version di "Virginia Reel” durante un programa

varia cu a worde ehecuta dia 11 di

Mei na ocasion di Dia di Mama na

Sociedad Bolivariana.

Un Leyenda Bieuw ta Conta Nos
Pakiko Rayonan di Solo ta Kima

Na India ta corre e historia cu Biento, Solo y Luna a worde invita pa
un fiesta grandi. Nan mama, Strea Mayor, tamhe tabata invita pa e

fiesta. Pero Mama Strea mester a

keda cas pa tira vista ariba cielo.

El a duna su yiunan, Biento, Solo y Luna permiso pa bai fiesta.

En berdad tabata un fiesta mara-
villoso cu hopi tayo grandi di cumin-
da. E mehor tabatin pa come y bebe
y tur hende tabata goza masha tanto.

Solo y Biento tabata diverti nan
mes asina tanto cu nan a lubida hen-
teramente arika Mama Strea, cu a
keda cas.

Pero Luna si no a lubida. El a war- |

da algo di e cosnan delicioso cu el a
haya pa su mzma.

Ora cu e fiesta a caba y_ Solo,
Biento y Luna a bai cas, Mama
Strea a puntra nan com nan a pasa
na fiesta.

Solo y Biento a conta tocante tur
e cosnan cu a pasa na fiesta.

Luna a bisa, ”Mi tabatin duele cu
Mama Strea no por a bai fiesta, y
mi a trece tur e cos dushinan aki
pa bo.”

"WAKE ME EARLY, MOTHER

Mama Strea a gradici su yiu Luna
pa su bon corazon, pero el a keda ra-
bia cu Solo y Biento cu tabata pen-
sa solamente zriba nan mes.

Asina Mama Strea a bisa Solo,
”Pa castiga bo egoismo, for di awor
hend= lo tin miedo di bo pa bo rayo-
nan caliente y nan lo cubri nan cabez
ora bo sali.”

Y na Biento, Mama Strea a bisa,
|”Hende lo huy for di bo, pasobra
nan lo teme peligro for di bo.”

Pero cu Luna el a bisa, *Hende-
nan lo duna bienvenida na bo rayo-
nan noble y admira bo y nan lo scirbi
poéma den bo claridad.”

Y asina ta te awe na India.

1 ta busca abrigo contra
liente y ta sconde pa bientonan pi-

. Pero cu ansiosidad nan ta spera

iba claridad di luna.

Hen-

solo

DARLING

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Can you imagine
Stan Musial toting
his trusty ash and
stepping up beside the
plate all dolled up in
long blue flannel trou-

2 tight fitting at
the ankles, and we
ing blue mohair
hat?

Back in 1846 in
{the days when the
New York Knicker-
|bockers started out
jas the first famous
| baseball team in his-
| tory — that was the
| way the players were
| outfitted. On the June
| day the Knickerboc-
| kers crossed bats with
{the New York Nine
| at Hoboken, they
came home trailing
on the short end of a
23 to 1 score, but no-
body ever forgot what
a stunning spectacle
they had made in
their blue trousers
; and hat.

r-
a

Babe Ruths was the wearing of flam-
ing neckties. The colors these
fairly outdazzled the rainbow at
times; they would make the wearer
conspicuous in any crowd. The player

ec
of

EARLY BASEBALL PLAYERS
WERE A 8/GHT 70
BEHOLD - THEY WORE
LONG TROUSERS AND
EVEN NECKT/EG-

ANP THE FATTER TOLD
THE PITCHER
WHERE 70 THROW-

7a)

AN UMP/RE HAD

1) DIGNITY IN THOSE DAYS-
HE WORE A TOP HAT
AND SATIN A

June 5, 1953

Extra dignity was
added to the game by
the old-time umpire.
He usually wore a
frock coat and a top
hat, and to make his
resemblance to a jud-
ge of law all the plai-
ner, he took his time
about rendering deci-
sions. But it was no-

d that he kept a
safe distance when-
ever there was any
danger of his plug hat
connecting with a pop
fly. As a rule, the
umpire always sat in
a chair and had a nice
big umbrella over his
head to keep off the
sun.

Umpires had plenty
of power in the old
day In the time-
yellowed —scorebooks
of the Knickerbockers
are plenty of cases
where a marginal note
appears beside a play-

| brogan of that era. Cleats were un-|er’s name: "Fined by the umpire”.
Another unique custom of pioneer| known, but the soles were full of

never had to worry about a four-in- |

hand knot, for the ties were all put
together beforehand. All he did was
to place it against his collar, throw
the long end around his neck, and
push the smal! end through a hole.
He gave a smart pull, wriggled his
neck several times, hitched the end
to a pin, and there he was, a!l ready
for 26 innings.

The

players

| Interesting Facts

— Mount Fuji, Japan’s sacred v
cano, has not erupted in nea
ye

by the
familiar

early
”Hum”

shoes worn

were the

rs.

— The Egyptians recognized and
made use of steam power long before
the birth of Christ.

— The population of
nine per cent Swedish.

Finland is

— The king cobra is the world’s
largest poisonous sni and has been
| known to reach a length of 18% feet.

:” Eleven-year-old Rita Arrias might well have whispered this

line from the famous children’s poem as she went to bed May 1, for the next day she was to be crowned

"Queen of the May” of Lago Heights. The daughter of J. W. 4

rrias of t

he Equipment Inspection Group, she

is pictured (center) with her court at her coronation.
"LAMTA MI TEMPRAN, MAMA DUSHI:” Rita Arrias, 11 anja, por bien a bisa e palabranan di e poema
di mucha aki ora el a bai drumi dia 1 di Mei, pasobra su siguiente dia el a worde corona "Reina de Mayo”
di Lago Heights. Rita, cu ta yu di J. W. Arias di Equipment Inspection Group, ta munstra aki cu su da-
manan di cort2 na ocasion di su coronacion.

wooden pegs. Sometimes these pegs
worked loose. A player had to watch
out then or he might find himself
taking a nasty spill as he rounded
Ss.
Say Where
At the very beginning pitchers
were polite to the batter. When the
latter stepped up to the plate, he
would hold out his hand — shoulder
high, waist high, or knee high. He
did this to indicate what kind of a
pitch he liked best, and it was up
to the moundsman to suit him. If
he had asked for a low one and it
came in around the armpits, that was
not a strike but a ball.

Speaking of money, though, it was
a long time before the fans approved
of professional baseball. About the
er to go against the pre-
vailing notion that players should
never be paid was Harry Wright. He
went to Cincinnati in 1867 and made
the Red Stockings the most f:
in Amer But
his players received would hardly be
considered pocket money beside the
pay of modern stars of the game.
George Wright, his star shortstop.
drew only $1,400. Actually, the
average not over $800 — only
one-hundredth of the annual salary
of some famous latter-day headliners.

nous
team

was

Pitcher di Beisbol Bieuw
Tabata Masha Beleeft

Bo por imagina bo Stan Musial cargando su bat fiel y parando banda
di e plate” tur bisti den carson blauw di flanel, preta te na su enkel,

y cu un sombre di lana blauw bisti?
Asina e hungadornan tabata bisti na 1846

Knickerbockers a cuminza e
equipo famoso di beisbol den historia.
Ariba dia di Juni cu Knickerbocker-
nan a cruza bat cu e equipo New
York Nine na Hoboken nan a bolbe
eas derrota cu un score di 23 pa 1,
pero ningun hende nunca a lubida ki
un espectaculo elegante nan a_ haci
den nan carson y sombre blauw.

Un otro costumber raro di e pro-
mer batter Babe Ruth tabata_bisti-
mento di dashi di color briljante. E
colornan di e dashinan tin bez taba-
ta surpasa e colornan di regenboog
completamente; nan tabata haci esun
cu ta bistié conspicuo den cualkier
multitud di hende. E hungador nun-
ca tabatin di preocupa tocante e ma-
ramento di dashi, pasobra nan tabata

promer

;marra di antemano. Tur loke e taba-

ta haci ta di pone’le na su cuello, ben-
ta e banda largo tras di su nek y
pusha e banda cortico den un buraco.
El ta dal un ranca cu pikete na e
dashi, draai su nek un poco, tene un
punta cu feneta, y e ta cla pa dal 26
careda.

E zapato cu e hungadornan di pro- |

|mer aya tabata bisti tabata e zapa-

tonan pisa conoci como Hum”. Bo-
ton di cuero bao zapato no tabata
conoci, pero e zool di zapato tabata
yen di penchi di palo. Algun vez e
penchinan ta los. Un hungador mes-
ter mira bon sino e por haya un mal
splinter ora e ta yegando base.

Bisa Unda

Na promer principio pitchernan
tabata cortes cu e batidor. Ora e ul-
timo aki ta na e plate, el ta pone su
man na haltura di su schouder, cin-
tura o rudia. Esaki e ta haci pa in-
dica ki clase di bola e ta desea mas
tanto, y ta depende die pitcher pa
complace cu ne. Si el a pidi un bola

aki pasa banda di su schou-

tempo cu New York
der, esaki no tabata un strike pero un
bola.

Dignidad extra tabata agrega na e
wega door di e umpire (referee) di
tempo pasa. Generalmente el tabata
bisti un bachi largo te na rudia y un
sombre halto y pa haci e
juez mas ainda, el ta tuma su tempo
pa duna decision. Pero tabata obser-
va cu el ta keda na un distancia se-
guro ki ora cu tabatin cualkier peli-
gro pa su sombre halto di seda haya
contacto cu un bola den cuadra. ¢
neralmente e umpire semper tabata

nta den un stoel y tabatin un buni-
ta parasol grandi ariba su cabez pa

parce un

tapa solo.

Umpirenan tabatin hopi poder den
temponan pasa. Den e boekinan, geel
di bieuw cu nan ta, cu e scorenan di e
equipo di Knickerbockers tin hopi ca-
sonan unda un anotacion na canto
ta aparece banda di nomber di un
hungador: ’’Penaliza door di Um-
pire”.

Papiando tocante placa, sinembar-
go, tabata hopi tempo promer cu e
amantenan a aproba beisbol profesio-
nal. Un di e promer hungadornan cu
a bai contra e idea prevalente cu hun-
gadornan no mester worde paga ta-
bata Harry Wright. El a bai Cincin-
nati na 1867 y a ci Red Stockings

|e equipo mas famoso di America. Pe-

ro e salario cu su hungadornan taba-
ta ricibi casi no por a worde consi-
dera ni como placa pa gasto personal
compara cu e pago di estrellanan mo-
derno di beisbol di awendia. George
Wright, su famoso shortstop, tabata
gana solamente $1,400. En realidad,
e promedio no tabata mas cu $800
— solamente un cien parti di e sala-
rio anual di algun di e famoso hun-
gadornan di awendia cu ta aparece
ariba promer pagina di corantnan.





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/ LEC Referendum Results
Will be uut Next weeK
Neutral Tellers With Two Observers
Ensure Fairness of Plant Wide Voting
The results of a referendum held to determine if the Lago Employee
Council will remain as the representative organization of Staff
and Regular employees will be made public early next week
At that time LEC constituents will know if the council will continue
to represent them on bargainable matters or whether it will be neces
sary to re establish representation
The referendum was held June 1 tuent an opportunity to vote The
through June 5 A petition signed by observers certified the eligibility of
over 10 percent of the companys the voters but were not permitted to
6000 Staff and Regular employees attempt to influence their vote
and submitted May 7 asked that a re
On June 5 a polling booth was established
ferendum be conducted in accordance at the Employment Office at
BALLOTING ON LEC Ian Sewbaluck of TSD Process Control was one of the first Staff and Regular with the Working Agreement Gate 1 where employees on vacation
employees to ote in the petition requested LEC referendum Checking his ote were left to right Ob Article I Section 2 of the agreement those treated in quarters or others
servers V Schotberg and S F Arends and Teller R E Humphreys Mr Schotberg represented the petitioning states that Lago will recognize pieviously unable to vote were allow
group Mr Arends the LEC Mr Humphreys was appointed by Lago the LEC as the representative organization 6
ed to cast a ballot between am
until the company receives
VOTAMENTO ARIBA LEC Ivan Sewbaluck di TSD Process Control tabata un di e promer empleadonan affirmative evidence as the result and 6 pm
Staff y Regular cu a ota den LEC Referendum pidi door di un peticion Obseradornan V Schotberg S F
of a referendum ... that the majority
Arends y teller R E Humphreys ta check su voto S Schotberg tabata represents e grupo cu a haci e peti Question Explained
tabata nombra door di of the employees do not wish to be represented
cion y Sr Arends e LEC Sr Humphreys Lago
by the Council
In a statement issued on the eve
of the referendum Lago pointed out
Voting June 1 June 5
that if the LEC constituency preferred
to retain the council as its repre
After determining that the petition
sentative organization the present
met the
Working Agreement stipulation
system of representation by the LEC
10 of the
by being by percent
under the Working Agreement will
and six
employees establishing a
continue with the council maintain
day period in which the employees
ing its present membership
could check the petition for their
signatures the company set aside the If the constituency preferred to
period from June 1 to June 5 for drop the LEC the company ex
voting on the referendum plained the system of representation
It was pointed out that the companys on bargainable matters the
sole function was to assist Staff Working Agreement the constitution
and Regular employees in determin of the LEC the district representative
ing the form of representation they system and the council members
VOL 14 No 12 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD June 5 1953 preferred as a body will be cancelled
The establishment of any repla
Teams Conduct Vote cing system on bargainable matters
Springer Replaces Resultadonan di Referendum would require all the mechanics of
The balloting was conducted by 19 developing the form of a new representative
Maurice C Bates ... . _
three man teams who started contact body electing such a group
in Acid Plant Lo Worde Pubhca Otro biman ing LEC constituents at their place writing a new constitution and de
of work at 6 am June 1 The teams veloping a new working agreement
Kenneth E Springer acting assistant were made up of a teller appointed The present Working Agreement
division superintendent in the E resultadonan di un referendum teni pa determina si Lago Employee by the company an observer repre provides for a referendum only on
Acid and Edeleanu plant since April Council lo keda como e organizacion representative di empleadonan senting the LEC and an observer representing the companys recognition of the
30 of this year was promoted per regular y di staff lo worde anuncia otro siman the petitioners entire council plan and not on any
Through June 4 they worked 12 individual part of the representation
manently to the position June 1 Ariba dia
e ey constituyentenan di LEC lo sabi si Council lo sigui
hours a day offering each consti organization
He
replaces Mau
representa nan ariba asuntonan nego
rice C Bates who ciable of si e lo ta necesaria pa esta periodo di Juni 1 te Juni 5 pa votamento
wiBrZiyMidffKBi died last May 18 blece representacion atrobe ariba e leferendum
mtwmm Mr Springer was E referendum tabata teni Juni 1 te A worde munstra cu e unico fun
mmmkf fJH first employed by Juni 5 Un peticion firma door di mas cion di compania tabata pa asisti em Colorful Kibra Hacha Trees
i rWm Lago in 1934 as an di 10 por ciento di e G000 empleado pleadonan regular y di staff pa determina
A 11 opeiator thiidclass nan legular y di staff di compania y e forma di representacion cu Paini Island Over
vyf in Light Oils Fini entrega dia 7 di Mei a pidi pa tene nan tabata prefera Holiday
shing Thiee years un referendum di acuerdo cu e Com
later he had become benio di Trabao Gruponan a Conduci Votamento
an operator Articulo I Seccion 2 di e Combe Arubas Whitmonday holiday weekend was brightened by the flame
fiist class and in nio ta bisa cu Lago lo reconoce LEC E votamento tabata conduci door yellow blossom of the Kibra Hacha tree On the side of Mt Hooiberg
1939 was piomoted como un organizacion representative di 19 grupo di 3 persona kende a cu across the high ridges of Yamanoto in many hidden valleys and along
K Springer to assistant shift te ora compania ricibi evidencia minza contacta constituyentenan di cunucu roads the bright blossoms sprayed their generous golden color
foreman LEC lugar di trabao 6or di
na nan
afirmativo como lesultado di
un re like dozens of earth bound suns
After act mainta 1 di Juni E tabata
filling
ferendum cu e mayoria di emplea gruponan Until this year few people now
ing temporary and permanent shift donan no ta desea di worde representa consist di un teller nombra door di living in Aiuba had seen the gorgeous because the tree doesnt bloom eveiy
foreman assignments he made compania un observador
was
door di e Council represen
tree in all its splendor This is partly Continued on page 7
a process foreman in 1950 On April 7 tando LEC y un observador represen
of this year he was assigned as temporary Votamento Juni 1 Juni 8 tando e peticionarionan
assistant division superinten Te Juni 4 nan a traha 12 hora pa
dent in LOF and served in that ca Despues di e determina cu e peticion dia dunando cada constituyente un
pacity until his acting assignment in tabata di acuerdo cu e stipula oportunidad pa vota E observador
the Acid and Edeleanu plant cionnan di e Combenio di Trabao door nan a certifica e eligibilidad di e vo
Mr Spiinger was tiansf erred from di ta firma door di 10 por ciento di e tadornan pero nan no tabata permiti
Aruba to the Cieole Petroleum Corps empleadonan y despues di a estable pa trata di influencia nan voto
La Salina lefinery for 11 weeks in ce un periodo di seis dia durante cual Aruba Juni 5 un lugar di votamento
1940 where he seived as assistant empleadonan por a check e firmanan tabata estableci na Employment
general supeiintendent ariba e peticion compania a fiha e Office na Porta No 1 unda emplea
donan cu ta na vacacion esnan
treated in quarters of esnan cu no
ATS To Graduate First Class tabatin chens di vota na nan lugar
di trabao tabata permiti pa tira nan
LVS Plans For Integration voto entre G am y 6 pm
The graduation of over 25 young men from the Aruba Technical Pregunta Tabata Splica
School late next month first in the schools history marks an important
Den un declaracion haci ariba e dia
step in the progress of Aruba educational facilities In line with referendum
piomer cu e Lago a
plans made a number of years ago when the Government school was munstra cu si constituyentenan di
being established the class taken into the Lago Vocational School this LEC lo prefera di mantene Council
year will be somewhat reduced in como nan organizacion representa
number as a lesult a transition stage During this period tive ", systema actual di representa
The long history of the LVS has emphasis on vocational training will cion door di LEC di acuerdo cu e
been fruitful for Aruba offering be gradually reduced as the Government Combenio di Trabao lo sigui mante
training opportunities followed by facilities become more and more niendo e miembronan di council cu ta
jobs for hundreds of boys during a in a position to fill industrys needs aden actualmente
period in Arubas development when for employees with basic industrial Si constituyentenan lo prefera di
this was not available through public training baha LEC compania a splica e systema
education Now that public vocational di lepiesentacion aiiba asun KIBRA HACHA TREES their brilliant yellow blossoms flowering on
schooling is leleasing its first graduates ATS Program Studied tonan negociable Combenio di Tra many of Arubas hillsides attracted many sights eeis over the Whit
and it can be anticipated that Meanwhile it is understood that the bao constitucion di LEC systema di suntide week end
increasing numbers of such graduates Aruba Government has begun a study representantenan di districto y miem
MATA DI KIBRA HACHA cu nan flor geel briliante y bunita floriando
will become available every year of the Aruba Technical Schools pro- bronan di Council como un organo lo
ariba varios di e seioenan di Aruba tabata un atraccion giande pa hopi
Lagos training activities will enter Continued on page 5 Continua na pagina 2 hende cu a bai mira nan Dialuna di Pentecoste
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AKURA ESSO NEWS
June 5 1933
AiUi AssqN Flornan Buniia di Kibra Hacha ia Haci
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS Dialuna di Pentecosie Mas Alegre
WEST INDIES BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD
Printed by the Curaaosche Courant Curasao NWI
E fin di siman di Dialuna di door di trahadornan di barco of boto den tera Den tera di santo e siepelmento
Pentecoste na Aruba tabata haci Ta tuma hopi anja pa palonan aki ta tuma lugar mas liber cu
alegro door di e flornan geel bril crece bira grandi Algun sorto den tera pisa of gordo Pero den tur
jante di palonan di Kibra Hacha mahog ta un bon ehempel no ta clase di tera unda tin un palo e awa
Na banda di Hooiberg den e cero bastante grandi pa worde usa como ta keda mas cerca nivel di tera unda
nan banda di Yamanota den hopi madera sino te ora e tin cien anja e por haci algo pa haci matanan
vallenan y canto di caminanan den bieuw E Giant Redwoods na Cali crece Esaki ta pasobra mayoria di
fornia tin miles di anja bieuw Un tin
campo e flornan briljante tabata pla palonan un systema di rais extcn
ma nan color geel bondadoso mescos palo di ekel pa c por ta usable como sivo cu ta plama rond y abao den
madera mester crece por lo menos tera E raiz di algun sorto di palo ta
cu hopi dozijn di solonan cu a baha
na tera 60 anja Palo di pispijn ta crece mas cubri un espacio mas grandi bao di
rapido pero e madera ta moli y tera cu e takinan y blachinan ta
Te e anja aki hopi hende biba na pesey no ta adecuado pa hopi sorto cubri ariba tera Ta e systema di raiz
Aruba por a mira e palonan magni di construccion Ta
parece cu natu plama ta tene e awa den tera
fico aki den tur nan splendor Esaki raleza tin mester di mas tempo pa Un palo ta duna madera No mucho
pa un parti ta pasobra e palo no ta
traha
bon
cos cu e mester pa traha tempo pasa un gran parti di mundo
floria tur anja y en parte pasobra su cos di menor calidad tabata depende ariba madei a pa hopi
flornan ta keda solamente dos of
tres dia E reciente presentacion di e flornan di nan comodidad Aunque e dia di
color di oro na e coronan di Aruba barco di bela wagon y trein cu ta
Pa Kibra Hacha floria e mester ta munstra cu e isla ainda por bata usa palo pa kima a pasa awendia
haya un bon yobida mas o menos dos mantene palonan bunita y fuerte madera ta worde usa den cantidad
of tres siman promer cu su tempo Pero lo ta un error di pensa tocante nan aumentando Mueble vloer di cas
di floria cual ta mas o menos du un palo solamente pa saka madera di di palo duro mayoria papel hopi
Mf fflfcii gTHBaMfci IK rante e ultimo siman di Mei of e promer dje Un palo ta mas cu esey sorto di panja esakinan ta algun
iH siman di Juni Suficiente canti Un palo ta duna sombra E por di e cosnan cu ta worde traha cu
dad di yobida durante e promer parti cambia un lugar cayente y cu polvo madera Hopi cosnan ta requeri madera
di Mei ta masha raro na Aruba E di tera den un patio natural den special E mehor rol bearing
anja aki hopi awa y net na e bon aire liber Un lugar unda tin un palo pa chapalete di bapor por ehempel
tempo a trece e flornan den tur nan ta bira agradable lugar sinta por worde traha di palo lignum
un
MILESTONE Charles B Garber chief accountant left smilingly pa
accepts gloria vitae un sorto di palo sumamente
his 30 year service emblem award from President J J Horigan pa sosega pa contempla e mundo duro tambe tin
Mr Garbers employ began in May 1923 with the Standard Oil Co E palonan por a floria den siman rond di nos of si bo ta desea un cu na Aruba
Indiana He came to Aruba in February 1930 pero e flornan ta worde tumba abao lugar pa drumi Awendia hopi di e calidad di ma
liher door di biento y nan no ta keda Un palo ta trece yobida Si esaki dera fini di mundo ta desapareciendo
EVENTO IMPORTANTE Charles B Garber Chief Accountant banda cu excepcion di lugarnan unda algun
mas cu dos of tres dia Si esaki a ta berdad Contal tin bastante di
robez cu un sonrisa ta acepta su emblema di 30 anja di servicio for di cu e hombernan di courashi ta bringando
socede solamente hende di
algun e su amigonan den cercania inmediata
Presidente J J Horigan Sr Garber su empleo a cuminza na Mei 1923 cu pa spaar nan Palonan mescos cu
Standard Oil Co Indiana El a bini na Aruba na Februari 1930 residentenan di e isla lo por a mira un palo por tene aire bastante fresco cualkier otro mata ta worde
cu sem
nan E anja aki e yobida c tempo di pa permiti nubianan cu ta pasa pa bra tambe worde cultiva
floria y e dianan liber na fin di laga nan carga precioso di awa cai por
Y manera a keda proba e fin di
siman y Dialuna di Pentecoste taba Si bo no ta kere esaki otro biaha cu
ta combina pa trece un vista magni bo ta na playa di lama kita bo za siman promer cu Dialuna di Pentecoste
Promer Klas ATS ta Gradua un palo ta trece belleza Den
fico na un tempo cu tur por a mire pato y para pa un momento den e henter Caribe den
y hopi otro parti
SOL Planea Segun ta bisa un tempo tabatin santo cu solo a cayenta pa varios nan di mundo subtropical palonan cu
Integracion hopi palo di Kibra Hacha na Aruba hora Despues si bo por haya uno ta floria ta na abundancia Pero nin
E palo su nomber traduci for di pa bai camna bao un palo E planta di gun di nan tin flornan asina bunita
piamento ta nifica kibra hacha bo pia lo bisa bo e diferencia cu un
manera e boshinan di flor color di
Graduacion di mas di 25 hoben di School Tecnico di Aruba ATS na
Pesey e madera di e palo lo mester palo por haci delicado
oro di Kibra Hacha Podiser
fin di otro luna pa di promer bez den historia di school ta marca un
ta masha duro y e tabata usa hopi pa Un palo ta tene awa den tera Ora e palo di Kibra Hacha mes fuerte
paso importante den e progreso di facilidadnan di educacion di Aruba traha barco di palo Segun historia ta awa yobe e ta drenta bai den tera util y bunita cu e ta lo no caba
Di acuerdo cu plannan haci un poco anja pasa tempo cu e school di bisa casi tur e palonan a worde corta den un proceso yama siepelmento mas ariba Aruba
gobierno aki a worde estableci e klas
di School di Ofishi di Lago SOL di estudiante y tambe posible cam
e anja aki lo ta un menos bio den e plan di enseyanza y base pa
pa poco Your Is
den cantidad tumamento di hobennan pa School di C-of-L Bonus Badge Important
E historia largo di e School di Ofishi Ofishi di Lago Announced
di Lago rabata di beneficio pa Segun e tendencia ta move for di Changes Wear It At All Times
Aruba ofreciendo oportunidad di enseyanza di ofishi bao auspicio di
enseyanza y luego trabao pa hopi Lago pa enseyanza bao auspicio di At a special joint meeting May 22 Your is
badge vitally important to It is to
you permit gain
Gobierno mientras your entrance
Lago ta tuma
cien di hobennan durante un periodo graduadonan the Lago Employee Council and Company
into the refinery You need it to be identified for
di desaroyo di Aruba tempo cu esaki di klasnan di ATS y e cantidad Representatives reviewed the payroll purposes
no tabata disponible na schoolnan publico creciente di graduadonan di results of the cost-of-living survey Your badge is your key to Lago and therefore must be worn in
Awor cu school di ofishi publico school nan di MULO cu ta busca tra as of May 1 plain view in the designated area at all times Thousands of people go
ta ofrece su promer graduado bao den industria e efecto a lo largo The survey indicates a decrease in rcav . u u _^i VUV3I I in an out Lagos gates every day
pa oportunidad pa e hobennan di the cost-of-living index from 1717 to N and the only they be identi
nan y por worde spera cu un canti Pv Ttrfi ^ way can
dad creciente di tal graduadonan lo Aruba ta keda mescos Manera semper 1285 Accordingly the cost-of-living fied is through their badges If the
bonus of all permanent staff and
bira disponible cada anja actividad y na tur purti esnan cu enseyanza / badge is worn on the left side of the
/.<%
regular employees will be reduced
worde tin e mehor chens di worde emplea \ ANYWHERE IN aw -ws chest as prescribed it facilitates
nan di school di Lago lo gra effective June 1 THIS AEEA
dualmente reduci mientras facilidad y haci progreso r T--cxi \ ^ ^ checking in the refinery particularly
nan di Gobierno ta birando mas y Di e 29 cu ta yegando fin di e promer F V when the shifts change and enormous
mas capable pa yena e necesidadnan curso di 3 anja na ATS nuebe ta / p 1 numbers of Lago employees are
di industria cu empleadonan cu en machinist ocho ta electricista y diez LEC Referendum i mm. coming in or going out
v i / / :&:*:: i ..:,?,z i \
seyanza basico industrial dos ta mecanico Di nan tur diez no :: The badge must be worn at all
Mientras tanto Gobierno di Aruba a yega edad di 18 anja E school tin times Losing it or leaving it at home
a cuminza un estudio di e programa 64 hoben den e klas cu lo caba otro Continua di pagina 1 means lost time for the employee and
di School Tecnico di Aruba pa ase anja y 160 den e klas cu lo caba na worde cancela his supervisor If a badge is left at
estudiantenan lo ta 1955 V // home a temporary badge may be issued
gura cu su pre Establecimento di cualkier systema x53y / / T
satisface necesidadnan di For di e promer klas di graduado with the approval of the employees
pare pa e di reemplazo asuntonan
nan di ATS Lago probablemente lo pa nego foreman who will be contacted
industria Tanto Gobierno como in ciable lo involve atrobe tur e trabao kcw / Li Um
ofrece trabao cuminza the LPD This
educacion pa na e gra by temporary
dustria ta
reconoce cu e
desaroya e forma di un otro
formal di isla nivel unda duadonan cu satisface e standardnan pa orga PROPER AREA Badges should badge is good for one day and then it
e a yega un no representative eleccion di un tal
combinacion di regular di empleo Tambe ta worde be worn in the area shown above must be returned to the LPD Males
un enseyanza cu grupo trahamento di un constitucion They can also be worn on the left
spera cu oportunidad di trabao must wear their badges in the area
pa
di trabao ta bira
oportunidadnan ne nobo y desaroyo di un otro combenio collar of sport shirts
Mientras di cuminza lo worde ofreci na un nu designated in the adjoining picture
cesario e cursonan estudio di trabao
facilidadnan cantidad di estu mero di graduadonan di MULO e anja LUGAR DRECHI Ficha mester Female employees must have their
E Combenio di Trabao ta stipula
aki in their
worde lugar indica aki badges possession
diante y otro factornan pertenecien carga na e
referendum solamente tocante
do na school ta worde studia anali Contacto preliminario ta awor en un re riba Nan por worde carga tambe
zadornan ta bishitando empleadornan progreso pa e candidatonan pa e pro conocimento di henter e systema di na cuello robez di sport shirts ficha mester worde bisti tur ora Per
di oficio grama di School di Ofishi di Lago pa Council y no tocante un parti individual dimento of lubidamento di ficha na
di e isla pa averigua e sorto
1953 e periodo anual di testmento ta di e organizacion representative cas ta nifica perdamento di tempo
tin mester cantidad di oportunidad Bo Ficha
cu e ta Importante
fiha pa Juni 15 te 20 y representan door di e empleado y su hefe Si un
di trabao den e varios ofishi cu
ficha worde ficha
di Bistiele tur Ora laga na cas un
tenan Training Division lo bishita
por tin habri kiko industria ta spera schoolnan San Nicolas Sabaneta Oranan di Cahero temporario por worde duna cu apro
di su hobennan cu caba enseyanza y na Bo ficha ta di importancia vital pa bacion di e empleado su hefe kende
factornan similar cual lo yuda School Santa Cruz Oranjestad y Noord Durante Ta Bai Cambia bo Ta bo permit pa obtene entrada lo worde contacta door di LPD E
Tecnico di Aruba planea su curso di e periodo aki estudiantenan di pa refineria Bo mester di dje pa ficha temporario aki ta valido pa un
futuro Tambe ta worde considera al School di Ofishi di Lago di e promer worde identified pa asuntonan tocante dia solamente y mester worde debolbi
forma di industrial tres anjanan lo haya ausencia cu per Un cambio den e oranan cu benta bo pago Bo ficha ta bo yabi na LPD Hombernan mester carga
gun enseyanza pa miso como nan instructoman lo nanan na oficina di cahero ta habri pa Lago i pesey el mester worde nan ficha na e lugar designa ariba e
graduadonan di ATS cu no tin e edad
asisti den e programa di testmento lo drenta na vigor dia 1 di Juni For carga tur ora na plena vista na e portret aki un banda Damas mester
pa haya trabao lugar designa Miles di hende ta tin ficha den
e nan posecion
di fecha aki lo ta
Plannan actual ta pa selecta 40 hoben e e oranan
Na mes tempo Lago a resumi acti drenta y ta sali for di porta di Lago Awor cu construccion ta na progre
vidad pa medio di su Comite pa En pa e klas di 1953 Oficina di Cahero Oficina Mayor tur dia E unico manera pa identifica so na e dispensario nobo usadornan
seyanza di Ofishi pa studia e asunto 9 am te 12 merdia 1 pm te 3 pm nan ta pa medio di nan ficha Si e di scooter ta worde pidi pa no laga
aki for di punto di vista di Compania Schedule o Paydays di Dialuna te Diabierna 830 am te ficha ta worde carga ariba band3 nan vehiculo parkeer aya durante
Entre puntonan worde considera lo 1130 am ariba Diasabra robez di pecho manera prescribl anochi Un lugar di parkeer nobo pa
pa esaki lo facilita controlamento den bao di No 2 Foam Truck Garage a
di trabao Semi Monthly Oficina di Cahero Marine Office
ta algun forma enseyanza na Payroll du
refineria particularmente durante worde traha pa parkeer scooter
MULO 16 31 Monday June 8 830 te 12 merdia 1 te
pa graduadonan di ATS y May am pm cambiamento di wardanan ora un rante anochi E lugar aki lo worde
cu lo drenta e departamentonan di- Monthly Payroll 3 pm di Dialuna te Diabierna 830 cantidad enorme di empleadonan di marca y senjalnan apropiado lo worde
rectamento como empleadonan envez | May 1 31 Tuesday June 9 am te 1130 am ariba Diasabra Lago ta sali y drenta refineria E [ poni
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1933 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
June 5
School Advisory
Explorer Scouis Help Archeologisi Committee Election Education Refund Plan
Set For June 9 10
Helps Kenneih Giiiens
Five men and one woman will be
competing for three scats on the Lago A 25-year-old electrical helper who wished for a chance to get
Colony School Advisory Committee ahead has gotten his wish with the help of Lagos Educational Re
when the committee election is held fund Plan
June 9 and 10 Kenneth I Gittens has returned to Aruba with a certificate in electrical
Balloting will be conducted in the
maintenance which he earned during 15 weeks of study at a
lobby of the General Office Building
Chicago technical school
The two persons receiving the largest
number of votes will be elected for Lago paid two thirds of the tuition
two years the person receiving the for the course at the Cayne Electrical
third largest number of votes will be and Television Radio School Working
elected for one year eight to 12 hours a day Mr Gittens
the only in the 165 member
Outgoing members are J M White person
ley L D Dittle and Dr G G Hen class from outside the USA studied
drickson A nominating committee basic electricity and circuits
headed by Dr R F Brace and composed wiring and repair direct current
of H V Locker P E Jensen alternating current and industrial
Mrs E Klapetko and W E Meisen electricity
heimer nominated While completing the first phase
J M Whiteley J F Malcolm the of the course he also attended classes
Q Rev D R Evans Ira Kirkman Dr J in the second phase but his furlough
-^ ? IfWw v and leave of absence ran out before
yj -^ r B M van Ogtrop and Mrs H C
KtCjS Waits he completed the work for a second
--I --K phase certificate
AT .**,
In connection with his school work
PROFESSORS FIELD NOTES are the object of this discussion in Sea Two Films Presented he toured Chicago area industrial
Grape Groe between Doctor Professor J M Cruxent and six Explorer plants
Scouts who turned out to help him find objects left in the Sea Grape In Public Showing Mr Gittens and certificate
Mr Gittens married and the father
Aruba Prof Cruxent is Di
Groe area by early Indian inhabitants of
rector of the National Museum of Natural Science Caracas Venezuela of two children was born in British
From left to right the scouts are Bill White Norman Owen Phillip Two films were shown recently to Plan di Reembolso pa Guiana and educated at St Domini
Schoonmaker Bruce Kilpatrick Brad Wease and Donald Rosborough cus College in Oranjestad He started
large audiences in Oranjestad and Educacion ta Yuda
Also shown is Ernst Bartels director of Arubas Tourist Bureau who with Lago in 1944 and is the son of
requested the search and accompanied the professor on his field trips San Nicolas through the courtesy of Kenneth Gittens Henry P Gittens boilermaker foreman
Full details on Prof Cruxents recent search will appear in an early Lago
issue of the Esso News One furnished by the Marketing Un ayudante di electricista di 25
representative showed a half hour of di edad
anja kende tabata desea un
ANOTACIONNAN DI E PROFESOR ta e obheto di discusion na Sea highlights from the seven games in
oportunidad pa bai adilanti a mira Ora el a caba cu di fase di
Grape Grove entre Doctor Profesor J M Cruxent j su seis Padvinder the 1952 World Series between the promer
su deseo cumpli pa medio di Plan di el cuminza atende instruc
ofrece obhetonan habitantenan e curso a
nan Explorador cu a pa judele haya cu New York Yankees and the Brooklyn
Indian antiguo di Aruba a larga den e bicindario di Sea Grape Grove Reembolso pa Educacion di Lago cion den di segunda fase tambe pero
Prof Cruxent ta Director di Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales di Dodgers Kenneth I Gittens a bolbe Aruba su vacacion y su periodo di ausencia
Caracas Venezuela E Padvindernan di robez pa drechi ta Bill White The second provided by Lagos Sa cu un certificato den mantenecion di cu permiso a termina promer cu el
Norman Owen Phillip Schoonmaker Bruce Kilpatrick Brad Wease fety Division was called Then There
y aparatonan electrico cual el a obtene tabata bastante avanza pa obtene e
Donald Rosborough Tambe munstra ta Ernst Bartels Director di Bureau Were Four Narrated by James despues di 15 siman di estudio na un certificato di segunda fase
di Turismo di Aruba kende a pidi e exploracion y a acompanja e Profesor Stewart of Hollywood fame it told a school tecnico
na Chicago En coneccion
den su paseo den campo Detaye completo tocante e estudio reciente di well knit and suspenseful story of cu su enseyanza na
Lago a paga dos tercera parti di school el a haci un bishita na e
Prof Cruxent lo worde publica den un proximo edicion di Esso News five people who drove off to work in
costo di e curso na Cayne Electrical plantanan industrial den cercania di
the and of how four
morning only
& Television Radio School Trahando Chicago
came back that evening and why ocho te diez dos ora pa dia Sr Gittens Sr Gittens kende ta casa y ta tata
ATS To Graduate First Class Traffic safety being the growing problem e unico persona entre e 165 di dos yiu a nace na British Guiana
that it is the film was timely
alumnonan cu no ta bini for di Esta y a recibi su educacion na St Domini
and to the and well-received
point was
dos Unidos a studia coriente basi
cus College na Oranjestad El a cu
Continued from 1 rolled in the class due to finish next
page co y circuito wayamento y repara minza traha cu Lago na 1944 y ta
and 160 in the class that The films were presented at the St
year cion coriente directo y coriente alter yiu di Henry P Gittens foreman di
gram to ensure that its students will finishes in 1955 Cecilia Theater in San Nicolas May native y coriente industrial boilermaker
be prepared to meet industrys needs From this first ATS graduating 11 12 and 13 and at the Sociedad
Both Government and industry recognize class Lago will probably offei starting Bolivariana in Oranjestad May 18
that the islands formal ed jobs to those graduates who meet and 19 The following week the films Island Report
ucation has reached a stage where its usual employment standards It is were shown at the Caribe Comman
such tying in of training with job also expected that starting job opportunities deursbaai La Fama Surinam and
opportunities becomes necessary will be offered to a number RCA clubs
While the courses of study facilities of this years MULO graduates Millions Being Spent
enrollment size and other factors re For 1953 candiates for Lagos vocational
lating to the school are being studied *
-
school program preliminary OBITUARIES J On Caribbean Resorts
analysts aie visiting employers contacts are now in progress the
on the island to survey the kinds of annual testing period is scheduled for
skills opportunities in demand in the the numbers various of skills job June 15 to 20 with Training Division Maurice C Bates Millions are being spent throughout E McDonald Bailey Trinidacf bom
that representatives visiting schools in the Caribbean this year in the sprinter who holds the world 10ft
may open up what industry excepts San Nicolas Sabaneta Santa Cruz Maurico C Bates assistant division construction of hotel and entertain meter recoid Herb McKenley cracK
of
its newly trained young men Oranjestad and Noord During this superintendent in the Acid and Edel menent facilities for tourists A good Jamaica sprinter and middle distance
and similar
Aruba Technical factors that will help the period LVS students of the first eanu plant died May 18 in New York part of the money is going into the runner Mai Whitfield US and
future School to chart its three years will be on leave of absence City He was 54 years old A native building of cabanas on the shores of Olympic 800 meter champion Bob
is coux form se Also being considered while their instructors assist in of the United States he is survived many Caribbean islands plus hotels Mathias US and Olympic decathalon
of
for some ATS industrial training the testing program Present plans by his wife and step son and night clubs champ Lindy Remigino winner of
graduates who are under the call for 40 Mi Bates had 30 of
usual boys to be selected for the over years service XXX the 100 meter race at the last Olympics
employable age 1953 class He was first employed by A three month
At the time scholarship at the and Rafael Fortuna Cubas out
same has
Lago resum
Standaid Oil Co Indiana at Casper University of Puerto Rico for the
ed activity by its Vocational Training standing sprinter Trinidads fast
Wyo in 1922 and came to Aruba study of home economics has been
Committee to study the matter flying youngster Michael Agostini
from the Companys standpoint Bonus pa Costo di seven years later announced by the Caribbean Commission who beat Andy Stanfield of the US
Burial services
were held May 27
The course from September will also
runs compete
Among points for
consideration
will at Los Calif
Bida ta Cambia Angeles through November
be some form of on-the-job training XXX
for ATS and MULO graduates who Laurens Croes XXX Surinam issued four new stamps to
will be entering departments directly May 11 was a sort of Interna commemorate the 16th meeting of
Durante
as employees rather than as students dia 22 un di reunion Mei Lago conjunto special Laurens Croes a process yardman tional Day in San Nicolas harbor the Caribbean Commission Surinam
as well as possible changes in the Council y Representantenan Employee di Com in Receiving and Shipping died May Tied up at Lago piers were ships played host to the commission for
curriculum and basis for enrollment pania a repasa resultadonan di e 21 at Lago Hospital He was 49 years from Sweden the United States the first time from May 11 to
in Lagos Vocational School estudio pa costo di bida cu a worde old A native of Aruba and a resident Panama Denmark Canada Germany May 14
As the trend moves from Lago haci cu entrada di dia 1 di Mei of San Nicolas he is survived by his Japan Norway and Belgium XXX
sponsored to Government sponsored E estudio a indica un iehnhn An mother XXX The Rockefeller Foundation is esta
index di costo di bida for di 1717 Mr Croes had 14 and Someone included evidently
vocational training with Lago draw pa years eight by blishing a laboratory in Port-of-Spain
ing from the ATS graduating classes bida 1285 lo Di worde acuerdo rebaha e bonus pa costo di months of service mistake a treatise on the develop for the study of virus disease The
entrada di
cu
and from the increasing numbers of dia 1 di Juni na tur empleadonan Leslie J Gritton ment of Aluminum production in a Wilhelmina Fund for the Eradication
MULO graduates seeking jobs in in permanente regular y di staff request for clerical training addressed of Tuberculosis set up a 45 bed TB
the to Lago sanitarium at Paramaribo in Surinam
dustry eventual effect
Leslie
on opportunities J Gritton chief mate on the
for Arubas young men lake tanker Amacuro died May 17 XXX XXX
remains the same As always and Oficialnan di Lago ta Ellgi in Lago Hospital He was 48 years KLMs West India Section which Timber has become an increasingly
everywhere the trained man has the old flew 2811214 miles in the Caribbean important source of income through
best chance of being area during 1952 without an accident out the Caribbean area Technical
employed and Durante reunion anual di accionis Mr Gritton was born in London
making has received the Safety Award of the assistance in its production prepa
progress tanan di England and
Lago Oil & Transport Co was employed by Lago
Ltd dia in Inter American Safety Council for ration and use is being sought from
27 di April e siguiente di 1947 He was buried in the Protestant
the 10th successive
rectoman a worde re eligi J An cemetery in San Nicolas May year UNESCO
29 Near Completion dreae T C Brown F E Griffin 18 XXX XXX
J J Horigan y O S Mingus Puerto Rico is enjoying an in Television sets are being exhibited
Of the 29 who are nearing the end Durante reunion di organizacion di Antonio Kock dustrial boom Seven new industries in a store in Wilemstad Curacao Not
of the ATSs first three year course Junta di Directiva have opened plants 38 more are for sale as yet the store hasnt
dia
4 di Mei
e Antonio Kock
nine are machinists eight are electricians siguiente oficialnan a pipefitter helper scheduled even set prices on the sets television
a woide re eligi A died
and 12 are auto mechanics All J J Horigan May 30 Thirty five years of XXX is still very much in its infant
but ten of the boys have reached the ning y 0 S Mingus presidente vice-m-esidentp C E Lan age he had Lago service of 11 years Trinidad has scheduled a Corona stage in Curacao A couple of hours
age of 18 The school has G4 boys en T C Brown secretario y tesorero children eight months He is survived by five tion Olympics between May 31 and a week a Curacao station sends out
June 7 Invited to compete have been direct experimental shows
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
June 5 1933
Sysiema di Instiiuio Rural
Ta Sinja Medionan Moderno
Den un esfuerzo pa trece medionan moderno di agricultura pa e cunukeronan
campestre di Turkia Gobierno di Turkia ta usa un systema
di maestronan di districto y institutonan di districto unico den e pais
Bao e programa Point Four Americano pa yuda otro paisnan y e
systema rural di Turkia miles di Turconan hoben a worde manda na e
partinan mas ieuw y atrasa di e pais
pa traha como misionarionan di mainta y ta keda ocupa te nuebor di
Siglo 20 of manera nan ta conoci anochi aunque cntre e oranan aki e
na Tuikia como maestronan di tin ora pa leza y hunga El ta worde
districto bon alimenta cu cuminda regular pero
E pioblema den e lugarnan retira di forza el ta adecuadamente bist
ta similar na csun di tur paisnan cu carson diki y un bachi traha di
agricultural di mundo Com e benefi material grof un camisa traha di
cionan di Siglo 20 por woide treci panja grof meya preto y zapato fuer
na hendenan biba den hacienda o den te di cuero diki
pueblonan chikitonan leuw for di Aunque e estudiante na e instituto
centro di populacion E contesta ta di districto no ta paga nada Gobierno
door di educacion peio unda por ta spera pa e debolbe nuebe anja di
haya maestionan cu por ta interesa servicio pa e seis anja di enseyanza
pa traha den e lugarnan asina retira ? cu el a ricibi Sinembargo el ta
wor
FARM MACHINES COME TO TURKEY An inslmctor explains harvester operation to ooys at a Village Institute
E Turconan a dicidi pa tira un bista de paga un salario di maestro pa su
MAQUINA PA TRAHA CUNUCU TA YEGA TURKIA Un instructor ta splica operacion di un maquina den districtonan mes Nan a tuma e trabao y ta haya e estado di emplea
di colecta cosecha na e hobennan di un Instituto di Districto hobennan cu talento di districto y a do di gobierno cu tur beneficionan
transfoima nan den maestronan perteneciente
Den comunidadnan chikito di Tur Despues di graduacion e maestro
Point Four Turkish Style much less tampered with it However kia estilo bieuw di agricultura ta ca hoben ta worde manda na e districto
the machine shop will play a big role bando cu e tera treciendo malnu cu tin mester di su servicio Aya el
in his new life The youthful arrival tricion Ademas falta di educacion ta
ta haya un cas y un pida tera cual
soon discovers that he will be expected limita e abilidad di e hendenan pa el mester cultiva Den e districto
Rural Institute System to use his hands as well as haci uso di mashinnan cu por sirbi pa automaticamente el ta bira miembro
his head For along with the study enriquece nan bida tanto economica di e Conseho di Districto asina el
of the natural sciences mathematics
mente como spiritualmente por participa den decisionnan di e li
and the Turkish language and literature E Turconan a acepta e desafio dernan di e comunidad pa traha ley
Teaches Modern Methods the future teacher will take Nan a establece e institucion conoci nan
classes in animal husbandry plum unico den e pais cual nan ta yama Como cu e hendenan di e pueblo
bing farm machinery operation and Instituto di Districto Esaki ta un nan mas lejano no tin e servicionan
carpentry among many others school pa sinja maestronan pero di un dokter e maestro hoben mester
In effort to modern to the rural farmers
an bring agricultural means
Life at the institute is not easy mester busca hopi leuw pa haya un ta e guia den asuntonan di sanidad
of Turkey the Turkish Government employs a unique system of village
The student is at six in the
up mor igual cu ne Nan no tin maestronan Como cu bida economico di e comunidad
teachers and village institutes Under the American Point Four program ning and is busy until nine at night ordinario cu ta sali for di e 21 insti ta basa ariba agricultura e mester
and Turkish rural system thousands of young Turks have been though between those hours he has tutonan di Turkia E graduadonan no sinja e cunukeronan com por saka
sent into the most remote and backward sections of the country to act time to read and play He is well solamente por duna les den temanan mas tanto for di e tera com por
as missionaries of the 20th century fed on substantial but plain fare he academico pero nan por sinja e ho haci uso di metodonan moderno pa
or as they aie known in Turkey It is a teachers training school but is adequately diessed in heavy trousers bennan e promer principionan di aumenta cosecha Esaki no tur semper
village teachers one would have to search far and and a loose coat made of coarse ciencia tocante ponemento di hero ta facil E maestro hoben no tin
The problem in these remote areas wide to find its like These are not rough material a shirt also made of bao pata di cabai duna first aid poder di obliga nan sino di per
is similar to that of the worlds agri ordinary teachers that come out of rough material black stockings and toca mandolin y instrui nan estudiantenan suadi nan E mester combati analfa
cultural countries How can the bene the 21 institutes in Turkey The gra thick sturdy shoes hoben e complicacionnan di eco betismo y haci tur esfuerzo pa au
fits of the 20th century be brought duates not only can teach academic Though the student at the village nomia domestico Tur esaki nan ta menta e cantidad di esnan cu por
to people living on farms or in tiny subjects but they can train the young institute pays nothing the govern haci y nan ta prepara nan estudiante scirbi y leza Mientras e nivel di
villages far fiom the main concentrations in the rudiments of science shoe ment expects him to return nine years nan mas inteligente pa educacion mas entrada di cultivacion ta subi e
of population Education is horses administer first aid play of service for the six years of halto den e schoolnan di ciudad maestronan ta requeri pa establece
the answer but where can teachers the mandolin and instruct their training he has received However he Examinacionnan tiendanan di districto
be found who will be willing to woik youthful charges in the intricacies of is paid a teachers salary for his
Cada miles di mucha homber Bishita Estados Unidos
in these out-of-the-way places The home economics They do all this and work and gains the status of government anja
Turks decided to look in the village prepare their brighter pupils for employee with all its accruing y mucha muher di mas o menos 12 No mucho tempo pasa un grupo
benefits anja ta participa den examen competitive di 25 educadornan Turco mayoria di
itself They took the bright youngsters higher education in the schools of the
of the village and transformed city Upon graduation the young teacher Di cada diez cu pasa e test nan den 20 anja a yega na Estados
them into teachers is sent to the village that requires nuebe ta worde elimina Esun cu ta Unidos pa haci estudio avanza na
In the small communities of Turkey Early Exams his services Theie he receives a keda ta bai na e instituto di e pueblo Universidad di Florida E grupo a
old fashioned farming is tending to Each year thousands of young house and plot of land which is his mas cercano na unda lo e keda e si bini bao auspicio colectivo di Gobierno
to farm In the village he automatically guiente seis anja Turco y e Fundacionnan Ford y
destroy the soil bringing malnutrition boys and girls of about 12 years of
Ora ta bini for di hacienda chikito Rockefeller Nan obheto tabata
becomes a member of the council nan pa
in its wake Moieover lack of age sit down to competitive examina
of aldermen thus he is able to e hoben tipico di un instituto di participa den e Projector Educacion
education is restricting the capacity tions For every ten who take the
participate in the policy making decisions districto nunca a mira un maquina y Campestre
of the people to make use of implements test nine aie eliminated The re
mucho menos a mishi cu uno Sinem Aunque e systema di institute ru
of the leaders of the community
that can serve to enrich their maining one goes to the neaiest vil
bargo mashin shop lo hunga un ral cuminza diez tres
e cu a anja pasa
lives both economically and spiri lage institute which will be his home
tually for the next six yeais As the people of the moie 1 emote gran papel den su bida nobo E hoben na Tuikia tabata promer cu e Pro
villages do not have the services of pronto lo descubri cu lo e mester usa grama Point Four Americano e ta
The Tuiks met the challenge They Coming fiom a small farm the
a doctor the teacher must be tanto su man como su cabez Paso un solucion considerable di e proble
established tht unique institution typical village institute youngster young
the guide in matters of health As bra hunto cu e estudio di sciencia na manan den e programa Americana E
which they call the Village Institute has never seen a piece of machinery
the economic life of the community tural reekmento y e idioma Tuico y idea tras di ambos programa ta pa
is based on agricultuie he must teach literatura e maestro di futuro lo haya halza e standard di bida di e gran
the farmers how to get the most from les entie otro den crianza di bestia mayoria di populacion di mundo cu pa
the soil how to make use of mo plomberia operamento di maquina di semper ta hiba un bida di cultivador
dern techniques to raise productivity traha cunucu y carpenteria E problema en parte ta economico
This is not always easy The young Bida na e instituto no ta facil E en paite ta cultural y ta asina e Gobierno
teacher has no power to foice only estudiante master lamta seis or di Turco ta tratando e problema
to persuade He must combat illi
teracy and make every effoit to increase
the number of leadeis and
wi iters With the level of farm income
rising the teacheis aie called
upon to organize village stoies
Visit United States
Only recently a group of 25 Turkish
educatois mostly in their twenties
came to the United SFates to do
advanced work at the University of
Florida The gioup ai rived under the
collective sponsorship of the Turkish
Government and the Fold and Rockefeller
Foundations Their puipose was
to participate in Pioject Rural
Education
Though it antedates Point Four
the lural institute system begun
thirteen years ago is in no small
way an answer to the problems im
plicit in the American program The
idea behind both programs is to raise
MUSICAL RELAXATION These future Turkish teachers know that the living standaids of the vast ma
their mandolin playing will one day enlighten the burden of the hard jority of the worlds population who
working farmers and bring pleasure to their pupils
live out their lives as f aimers The
DISTRACCION MUSICAL E maestronan Turco aki di futuro sabi cu problem is in part economic in part TURKISH FARM GIRLS KEEP BUSY Girls at the Village Institutes
nan tocamento di mandolin un dia lo aliia e peso di trabao duro di cultural and that is the way the are taught how to make dresses so that they may in turn teach their
cunukeronan y trece alegria pa nan estudiantenan Turkish Goverrment is handling it future pupils
A
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June 5 1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
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BELLES OF BONAIRE These flamingoes are the belles of Bonaiie probably the
islands most colorful attraction Warj difficult to photograph they stand ankle
deep in the brine of Goto Lake most of the day fly away at dusk to their nests
where they aie pictuied here
BELLEZA DI BONAIRE E flamingonan ta e belleanan di Bonaire cu ta probable
mente e atraccion mas pintoresco di e isla Semper aleito y dificil pa fotografia nan
ta para te nan enkel den e awa salo di Lago Goto majoria parti di dia y pro
mer cu drentamento di solo nan ta bula bai nan neshi unda nan retiato ta saka aki
PHOTOGRAPHIC NOVELTY is this picture of Curacao taken from
Aruba across 42 miles of Caribbean Sea Usually lost in haze the
neighbor island can often bs seen on a windless day and infra red film
helps make it visible in a photogiaph
NOVEDAD FOTOGRAFICO ta e retrato aki di Curacao saka for di
Aruba desde un distancia di 42 milja di Mar Caribe Generalmente tapa
pa nublina e isla vecino frecuentemente por woioe mira ariba dia di
calma y film ultia rojo ta juda hacie visible ariba letrato POPPY DAY Four-jeai-old Le
Roy Miller son of LeRoj C Miller
of the Mechanical Department is
pictured selling to Lago President
J J Horigan the first poppy of
the annual Poppy Day sponsoied
by the American Legion Auxiliary
Mr Horigans pui chase kicked off
a drive which netted Fls 76556
One half the total will be used for
veterans rehabilitation the other
half for child welfaie
fgj yWe rt or P H
DIA DI POPPY LeRoy Miller
yiu homber di cuatio anja di LeRoy
C Miller di 3Iechanical Dept
ta munstra aki bendiendo e po
mer poppy na Presidente di Lago
J J Horigan durante e Dia
di Poppy anual organiza bao
auspicio di American Legion Auxi
liary E compro di Sr Horigan a
cuminza e campanja cu a monta un
total neto di Fls 76556
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PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTOGRAPHS PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTOGRAPHING
PHOTOGRAPHER Esso News Photographer Noiman
Singh with an eje on a complicated caption took this picture of Jose
de Cuba Public Relations Department employee taking a picture of 0 HJfcjBBpJPJBj -^ tiB JbstfiiJUBBBm
himself and the American School of Photography certificate he earned
after completing a two year coiiespondence couisc
FOTOGRAFO TA FOTOGRAFIA FOTOGRAFO TOTOGRAFIANDO
UN TOTOGRAFO Fotografo di Esso News Norman Singh cu un wowo
ariba un titulo complied a saca e portret aki di Jose de Cuba empleado
di Departamento di Relaciones Publicas sakando un retiato di su mes y
di e csrtificado di fotogiafia di American School cu el a licibi despues
di a completd un curso di correspondencia di dos anja
Bit < M TrSSi w ^\/^ rtr rftir "
ee MUSIC former has Lago MAKER gathered employ to A 1 ! iVii M
gether one of the most
lk t\ XK bbb popular nizations musical in the orga Ca TIRST VISIT Mis Betty Crawfoid left member of the national ee
cutie committee of the American Legion Auxiliary from the Panama
libbean He is
area
Canal Zone was the fiist executhc committee member to isit the Aruba
John A Bennett third
from left back Post 1 auxiliaiy She is pictured presenting a prize to Mis Katherine
low Honey centei for em oiling the most members and to 3Irs J V Eder
~^ ** bbbebbbbw J bbkS2Hbbp5kbm bKi who Eustatius returned last to July St for the best alhound annual report
b fllflr J wbHbbIB ^ iBmiM and formed the Unit
. ^ ed Nine pictuied hcie PROMER BISHITA Sra Betty Crawford banda robez miembro di
BhBBBF fl BBBBtfBflBBBBBBK on an engagement in comite ehecutivo nacional di American Legion Auxiiiaiv pa Zona di Pa
jSsgSaSsi PJEK2bbk JBBBValBBnHHBBBBY Sint Maarten II V nama Canal tabata e piomer miembio di comite checutho pa bishita
~- ?* bbbbbWT , 32 Arnaud third from Post 1 Auxiliary El ta munstia aki presentando un pnjs na Sra Ka
IKKfiaai iL-^-aBHHHIPR ifrev left front row is also therine Honey centro como el a alista mas miembio > na Si a J V
/..- j w an ex Lagoite Eder pa e mehor inforne anual completo
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
June 5 1953
Aruba Places Second In Baseball Series
Aruba Team Takes 1st
Draws 2nd Crickei Match WILHELMINA in the batters box ACTION and at Action first
during Arubas 3 2 victory over
Santo Domingo is shown here Nel
A Lago Sport Park cricket 11 powerful at bat and fast in the Harms who pitched Aruba to its
victory takes a healthy cut
field came home from two Whitsuntide weekend matches against right Following the game he
the Shell Sports Association with a victory in a one day match a draw received a trophy as the outstand
in a two day test match and the cup for which both teams annually ing player Aruba won two and
lost one during the Whitsuntide
compete series and came in second behind
Bowler Arthur Shockness lead Venezuela The series winner took
Arubas scoring in the opening match Linton who had added 30 runs to all three games played The only
May 23 by scoring 61 runs and cap Aiubas score when Frank Mai tin loss experienced by the home team
turing three wickets for six runs dale the fleet footed heavyweight was administered by the Venezue
Teammate Matthew John took second came to bat with Frank Bryan and lans in the first game of the
scoring honors with 55 runs in the the Curagao fielders started to get a scries The South Ameiican visi
tors defeated Aruba
12
2
match which ended with Aruba woik out
posting 227 for nine compared to Martindale batting aggressively
Curasaos Gl for all and Bryan swinging cautiously put
Two players named Frank Mar on a display of first class internatio
tindale and Bryan turned out to be nal cricket When he failed by only
Aiubas most pioductive batsmen in seven runs to reach the coveted
the test match played May 24 and century Martindale was caught out
25 and which ended in a draw near the boundary and Captain Cyril A hiif timtm mt" i n i*" S4t jaGJs HHiHBBKRHliZPMi3Si3fc KnH
Curagao opened the play and scored Brown closed the inning with 255 Tiffin i wnt iifWMwKISmtwTiiluFwM
207 luns C Hooker chalked up 66 runs for nine wickets
runs before being run out and Ray Martindale scored 93 runs Bryan ACCION DEN WILHELMINA
mond Charles annexed 34 before 46 Linton 30 R Walker 27 and STADION Accion den caha di
Aruba came to bat Crack Batsmen Shockness 23 before Curagao took Batidor y pa promer bez durante
M John 0 If ill and E Alkins wcie over and added 59 for 5 when stumps e victoria di 3 2 di Aruba ariba
retired and the scoreboard read 13 were drawn and the match ended in a Santo Domingo ta munstra aki
for 3 draw Nel Harms kende a pitcha trecien
Bowler J Beazer next retired C Brown who skippered the Lago do victoria pa Aruba aki riba ta
Sport Park team when the Aruba haci un bunita swing Despues di
e wega el a ricibi un trofeo como
Curagao series opened more than a
ee hungador mas sobresaliente
Names decade ago received an ovation from Aruba a gana dos y perde una di
the crowd the match ended
as e weganan cu a worde hunga den
in the The Sport Parks table tennis serie teni durante di Pentecoste
entrant Charles Bergland of the Esso
fvfAJOR | EAGUES Dining Hall had little trouble disposing
of N Bristol by 2112 2119
and 2117 Curagao Retains Annual Trophy School Officials
Johnny Mize of the New York Well known Joe Slappy Arrias
Yankees recently set a new American the Sport Parks cue star took the
League mark for pinch hits He hit weekend billiard honors but the Esso Net Team Defeated 6 3 Send Lago Thanks
in five consecutive appearance as a parks tennis duo did not fare so well
pinch hitter For Meet
C Batson lost his singles match and Helping
X X x Batson and J La Cruz lost their
The Curacaosche Sport Clubs tennis team retained possession of
Think you with hae Gil a big Hodges hand Brook Com doubles match the S L Maduro trophy Whitsuntide weekend by taking six of nine Aruba school officials have expressed
pare yours
lyn Dodgers first baseman His span matches from the Esso Tennis Club their thanks for the help
12 inches Pee Wee Reese Dodger Sport Park Field Playing May 23 and 24 at the Lago Colony courts the visiting Cura Lago employees and the Company
them in staging the islands
shortstop Hodges doesnt need gave
says gao squad scored victories in mens singles ladies singles
mens
first Inter Scholastic Track and Field
a glove but wears one because its Gets New Dugouts
doubles ladies doubles mixed doubles
ronentional Meet at the Lago Sport Park May 8
and second mens singles In a letter to President J J Horigan
and The Esso players won the third Ireno Hamelers and Mrs J Freundel
Two new dugouts a backstop the school officials said the
Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh have been ordered for the eastern mens singles second mens doubles E 63 63 Mixed Doubles Vera employees readiness and helpfulness
Pirates hit his 300th home run the and thiid doubles
other day and joined exclusive baseball diamond of the Lago Sport mens Brandwijk Nodelijk and Chumaceiro struck us and we do hope that with
an
Park Park Board members told Results C defeated B Sluyter and Dr Kenneth this
group of 12 baseball greats who have were even greater cooperation sports
Mens Singles Henk Rudolf C Axelson E 63 2nd
64
at their last meeting will become tradition in
hit 300 or more Babe Ruth leads the event a
group with 714 homers Only other Lagos Mechanical Department was defeated Dirk vd Linden E 61 Mens Singles Mario Schotborgh C Aruba Our schools appreciate this
active in the 60 Ladies Singles Eve Jansen defeated William vd Heuvel E
player today slugging scheduled to construct the dugouts gesture of yours very much and with
circle of homer hitters is Johnny and backstop which were requested C defeated Mrs Zena Wright E 61 61 2nd Mens Doubles G G enthusiasm we shall train our boys
Mize of the Yankees with 356 by the board to improve and extend 64 64 Mens Doubles Noiman Corrington and Cliff oid Whelan E for next year
the facilities Chumaceiro and Oscar Salas C defeated Oreste Burghardt and J vd Lago employees in addition to
defeated Leon Amman and L S Brugge C 46 63 and 75 3id
which
Mickey Vernon of the The boaid was also told that two helping set up the meet
Washington McReynolds E 63 64 Ladies Mens Doubles Robert Dorwart and
Senators had his 20 batting lighted bulletin boards have been attracted some 175 contestants from
streak stopped by the game Yankees erected at the new west gate en Doubles Mrs J vd Brugge and Gene Goley E defeated Henry Ma seven high schools served as officials
Whitey Ford Ford defeated Wash trance that a water cooler for use Louise G Casseres C defeated Mrs duro and Herman Leyba C 60 during the running of the .events
ington 72 with a five hitter in by contestants had been located be 64 3rd Mens Singles Earl Pughe The letter was signed by Fr Franciscus
posting his fourth victory with a tween the grandstands and that another E defeated M Veiwoerd C 60 and J M Koopmans of St
lose had been centrally located for Funcionarionan di School 62 Dominicus College E C L Bergen
xxx use by spectators and that drainage Aruba school system physical education
ta Gradici Lago Yu
of the playing surface would be improved pa instructor Fr Vincentius of St
Reports that members of the Cincinnati danza Den Encuentro of
Dont Park Scooters Dominicus College Fr Canisius
Redlegs had demanded the
St Augustinus College C D Irausquin
dismissal of their manager Rogers Deporiista At Site
Dispensary
Hornsby hae been denied by Gabe of Juliana School C Westrate
of Abraham de Veer School and G
Paul Redleg general manager and
With construction underway at
di di
Funcionarionan Schoolnan
Graddy Hatton Redleg player representative the new dispensary scooter drivers Amelink of Aruba Technical School
Hornsby returned to the Aruba a expresa nan gratitud pa e are requested not to park H S Goodwin of the Technical
majors last year as manager of the yudanza cu empleadonan di Lago y their vehicles there overnight A Service Department served as chief
St Louis Browns where he was discharged Compania a duna nan den organiza new parking area west of No 2 coordinator for the meet E M Lloyd
when players objected to his cion di e promer Encuentro Atletico Foam Truck Garage has been of the Colony Service Department
methods y Deportista di Schoolnan di e isla established for overnight scooter served as chief judge of the meet
na Lago Sport Park dia 8 di Mei parking This area will be marked
Den un carta na Presidente J J off and suitable signs erected
Bob Feller
Clevelands one time
funcionarionan di school
fire baller says he hopes to hurl one Horigan e
a bisa cu e buena voluntad y yudanza
more no hit game which would
be his fourth before hanging up di empleadonan a impresiona nos Holland Sends Thanks
y nos ta spera cu ainda mas coopera
his spikes No one has done it yet
cion e evento deportista aki lo bira \ Social Happenings $ For Aruba Flood Aid
un tradicion na Aruba Nos schoolnan
ta aprecia e gesto di boso masha
Jim Busby has been called the tanto y cu entusiasmo lo nos entrena Officials of the National Disaster
greatest fly catcher weve ever had nos muchanan pa anja cu bini Fund of Holland have expressed the
by Washington Senators owner Clark Li fT ill i In i ? ?' rlTiiHfi t Empleadonan di Lago fuera di a Miss Audrey Marple of Calgary
Griffith Alberta Canada and William Bucha countrys thanks for Arubas gift of
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN Heres yuda organiza e encuentro cu a atrae nan of the Technical Service Department 200000 which is obvious proof of
one way to see a ball game This un 175 participante den concursonan were married in Oranjestad the sympathy felt in all layers of
group of fans selected an appropriate di siete schoolnan mas halto a yuda May 23
in Aruba toward the
the
Thirty-one-year-old Don Bollweg a tree overlooking Wilhelmina como funcionario durante e curso di xxx community
rookie cast off of the Cardinals has Stadium and from their comfortable e eventonan Miss Carmen Koolman of Sabaneta victims in the Netherlands
nailed a starting post with the perch watched the recent baseball E carta tabata firma pa Frere and Antonio M de Cuba a classifier P Alons director of the fund said
Yankees Casey Stengle said the In series Franciscus y J M Koopmans di St in the laundry were married May 28 in a letter to J van der Schoot secretary
dians would be the team to beat and Dominicus College E C L Bergen at the Sacred Heart Church in Saba of the Aruba Helps Netherlands
neta A reception was held at 8 Rui
Bollweg helped to just that On May MIRANDO DI PAFOR Esaki ta Instructor Fisico di Schoolnan di Hondo Committee On behalf of all
13 he hit a homer with two aboard un mancra pa mira un wega E Aruba Frere Vincentius di St Dominicus I wish to thank you most sincerely
grupo di amantenan di deporte aki Frere Canisius di St
pushed Mickey Mantle into scoring a un palo apropiado for di College H S Goodwin di TSD a siibi di for your important contribution and
with sacrifice and kicked escoge Augustinus College C D Irausquin
position a coordinator encuentro E
chief a thanks to
cual nan por mira paden Wilhel pa request you to convey our
off a four run rally which gave the mina Stadion y for di nan asiento di Juliana School C Westrate di M Lloyd di Colony Service Depart those who have contributed towaid
Yanks a 94 win over Cleveland comodo nan a mira e reciente serie Abraham de Veer School y G Ame ment a sirbi di chief juez di e encuentro
And he starred at first base di beisbol link di School Technico di Aruba this end
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June 5 1933 AKUBA ESSO NEWS
Two Marine Employees
Take Top CYI Awards
Two Marine Department employees L E Marchena and L Brad
i h 1 1 Mifiiisiiiiii shaw discussed took down during the top February Coin Your Idea awards made for suggestions
Mr Bradshaw who works in the Shipyard suggested that an airline
be run to the repair dolphin in the harbor His idea was acted upon
ana u was iouna mat a saving in
ships repair time was effected He Walter Arrindell Fls 20
awarded Fls 500 Electrical
TWO VETERANS RETIRE Two long time Lago employees with a total of more than 51 years of service was J R
Beaujon Fls 35
retired May 1 and their fellow workers remembered the date At left Grcgorio Leo operator of the Marine Mr Marchena was given Fls 350
Departments tug Noord is shown receiving a clock and a check from T J Phillips and Marine as a supplementary award for his J Thomas Fls 20
Department co workers At right Arthur Harman a shift foreman in Receiving and Shipping is pictured proposal that worn out automobile J Muller Fls 20
receiving a scroll and check from Ralph Watson and other RS employees Mr Leo had over 28 years of tires be draped over the bows of tugs Instrument
service Mr Harman more than 23 to protect the rope bow nets J F Tromp Fls 35
L E Peterson Fls 25
DOS VETERANO TA RETIRA Dos empleado di Lago cu hopi tempo di servicio en total mas cu 51 anja a Accounting Department F Llewellyn Fls 20
retira dia 1 di Mei y nan companjeronan di trabao a recorda e fecha Banda robez Gregorio Leo operator di F V Lacle
Fls L E Peterson 2 Fls 20
c remolcador Noord di Marine Department ta recibiendo un oloshi y un check for di T J Phillips na nom a
A A
Thijsen Fls
ber di su companjeronan di trabao Na banda drechi Arthur Harman un shift foreman den Receiving & Carpenter
Shipping ta recibi un scroll y check for di Ralph Watson y otro empleadonan di RS Sr Leo tabatin mas Col Serv Department C L London Fls 25
cu 28 anja di servicio Sr Harman mas cu 23 S Romain Fls Yard
E Bacchus Fls E Werleman Fls 30
B Luydens Fls M Lewis Fls 20
Where Did They Go Industrial Relations Process Department
Kibra Hacha Acid & Edeleanu
L Sylvan Fls
P Nicolaas Fls 25
J N Maduro Fls
Continued from page 1 B Schoonmaker Fls L Lewis Fls 20
Curagao Racing Pigeons Cat & LE
year and partly because its blossoms Lago Police Department J A Steele Fls 40
last only two or three days P D Wallace Fls R Hartogh 2 a Fls 30
Have Flown The
Coop If the Kibra Hacha is to bloom it Marine Department R Hartogh Fls 25
must have a good rain about two or L Bradshaw Fls 500 T H Lie Kwie Fls 20
For the past two weeks Curagao pigeon fanciers have been three weeks before its blcoming Install air line to repair dolphins A L Lampkin Fls 20
time which is about the last week J Pereira Fls 20
L E Marchena
Fls 350
anxiously scanning the skies scratching their heads and wondering
in May or the first week in June Bow net Cracking
tugs
Where did they
go Rains of sufficient quantity during C R Hoffman F A Braaf Fls 40
Fls 175
Puzzled confused the bird owners have also come in for some the first R C Abendaron
part of May are rare in Proposed methed of fairing plates in Fls 30
ribbing from their friends whove Aruba This rains S B Francis
year plentiful at welded & riveted Fls 30
been asking the same question No bring them bock The first bird into just the right time brought the blossoms Russell John ships Fls 60 A Tjon Fls 30
one has come up with an answer and its home coop is the winner out in all their glory Increase width of dock C E Jermain Fls 25
walkway Dry
the situation has taken on the name The N Vollevelde
trees
might have blossomed launch No 9 van Fls 20
of the Missing Pigeon Mystery Birds Seldom Fail during the week but the flowers are P I Zagers Fls 20
Like pigeon owners everywhere easily blown off by the wind and do Medical Department W Lewis Fls 20
the Curacao The birds believed to be guided by
sportsmen stage races H H Annamunthodoo Fls 75
not last more than two or three days O Dowling Fls 20
for their birds They ship them to a an instinctive compass which operates Provide pedestrian walkway from bus
If that had happened only a few of S B Francis Fls 20
distant point have them released in conjunction with the earths the shelter Main & Tenth to Hospital
islands residents would have been Rec & Shipping
and count their magnetic core seldom fail When
instinct to
on homing
likely to see them This year the Mechanical Department J A Osborn Fls 40
the beam
on they frequently travel
rain the blooming time and the Administration L Barriteau Fls 25
hundreds of miles over land and sea
wmtsuntiae noiiaay weekend com C S Wilson Fls 50 C A Campbell Fls 25
and arrive unerringly at home
NEW ARRIVALS With these facts in mind the bined to produce a beautiful sight at Use proper gaskets for testing bundles V Jansen Fls 25
a time when all could see it & shellac Technical Service Department
Curagao trainers packed up their
May 15 At one time it is said the Kibra Storehouse Laboratories
birds the week of May 10 and
SIMILEER Epifanio G LOF A daugh Hacha F O Sarran
in Aruba Fls
was plentiful But 20
ter Marlin Melinda shipped them off to Bonaire then J Annamunthodoo Fls 20
I LANEGIN Bernaidino Marine Office the trees name when translated from Engineering Department
A daughter sat back to await the race May 17 Machinist
TINAS Max C Rec & Ship A daugh The morning of the 17th dawned Papiamento means to break axe EIG
ter Maxine Henriette Thus the tiees wood is very hard and G L Brown Fls 100 E V de Randamie Fls 20
IGNACIO Matheo B TSD Lab No 1 Eighty two biids rested fed and therefore highly desirable for building Install thrust plate in outboard bear Process Control
A son Victor Benancio ready to go were taken out to the
ing housing no 3 & 4 tar -CU
ships during the era of the pumps B Lampe Fls
release point and set free
May 16 Up they
1 8
wooden vessel So the that no A Rahim Fls 20
TORTUNE story
Malcolm Marine A Al- midst goes
son rose a clatter of wings made
beit McNutt all but a few of the tiees were cut T K Holtane Fls 50 G Echelson Fls 20
several passes back and forth to get
May 17 their down for use by the shipbuilders Specially designed tool for grinding N C Baptiste Fls 20
bearings and then set off
BELLAS Reuben R over terrazzo floor New Esso Club
M & C Pipe A son It takes for trees to Ratcliff Fls 20
many years
Kenareum
th3 blue
Bruno Caribbean for Curacao GO
O E
Wernet Fls 30
HODGE William to
Some kinds
-Adolph Shipyard A son miles grow maturity
Pedio away O Wernet Fls 25
mahogany is a good example
G A Anderson Fls 25 First Japanese Ship
May 18 are not big enough for use as lumber
ALBERTS Mario LOP A son Mike Owners Wait E Croes Fls 20
Feliciano until they are more than one hundred
Since WW II Docks
PETERS Luis Lake Fleet A son Fiank- years old The Giant Redwoods in
Near their
the
lin Leroy coops owners waited
aloft to catch California are thousands of years old where there is a tree the water stays
eyes swung sight of
DIJKHOFF May 19 the first bird which An oak tree to be useful as lumber nearer the surface where it can do The first ship of Japanese re
Modesto M & C Boiler A was expected to
son Alberto Pedro make the trip in about one hour must be allowed to grow for at least some good for growing plants This gistry to call at Aruba since the end
May 20 The hour passed but no bird 60 years Pine grows much faster is because most trees have extensive of World War II tied up at San
DRIEBEEK Norman J TSD Piocess A streaked across the Curagao shore but the wood is soft and so is not root systems that spread out and Nicolas harbor the morning of
son Joseph Edward
RAS Frans B LaKO Police Twin daugh- carrying victoiy on its wings The suitable for many types of structures down In some kinds of trees the May 10
irtThielma Lulwina & Cirma Verinda wind is trainer said Nature it seems needs more time to roots cover a bigger space below the She was the 135000 barrel tanker
wrong one to
HODGE A son Austin Alvin Elric A Colony Commissary another without much conviction A turn out fine things than it requires ground than the branches and leaves Kirrishma Maru loading gasoline for
EWING CHOW Shayle K Industrial Re second hour a third without for things of poorer quality do above It is this spreading root Brazil Only two other ships of
passed
lations A daughter Glenna Lynn The recent flurry of blossoms that holds Japanese registry have docked at
a sight of the birds The wind theory golden system water in the
ETIENNE May 21 was abandoned on Arubas hillsides shows that ground San Nicolas since Lago located at
daughter Ivan G TSD Lab No 1 A the island is still capable of A Aruba One was a tanker the other
As speculation on the birds whereabouts suppor tree gives wood Not long ago
May 22 began to grow a report came ting fine healthy trees But it would mucn oi tne worm depended on wood a whaling factory
HAZEL daughter Maurice Maria W Inns. M & C Yaid A in that on3 had made it Then another be a mistake to think of a tree only for many of its comforts Even
DABREU Frank J L0F A daughter Then the reports stopped as a source of lumber A tree is much though the day of the sailing ship
Two Corrections
LANDRY Bernadette III Claudino Ras niirv Though they waited all that Sunday more than that the wagon and the wood burning
M
& C Col
A son Ras IV Maint the owners sighted no more of their A tree gives shade It can turn a train has passed today wood is
ur Jr Cornell C Ind Relations birds hot dusty spot into a natural needed in ever growing quantities The name of Henriette Gomes
A open
daughter Helen Sandia judged the healthiest baby in the up-to-six-monthg
Where did they go an owner air patio A place with a tree becomes Furniture houses hard wood floors class of the Lago
DE J0NGH Nilo May II .24 Machine A asked as evening fell where did pleasant A place to sit to relax most paper many kinds of cloth Nurse Glee Clubs Health Week contest
Noman Marciano son those 80 pigeons go to contemplate the world around these are some of the things made was incorrectly spelled Gumbs
REED daughter William Theresa L -Lena TSD Lab No 1 A us or U you like a place to sleep from wood Many things require in the last issue of the Esso News
DOS RAMOS Ernest R LOF A daugh a while befoie traveling on special wood The bearings for ships
ter Jessica An Forward Cor red A tree brings rain Yes it does propellers for example can best be
May 25 Provided it has enough of its cousins made from lignum vitae an extremely
DALRYMPLE t0J Maurce Maurice Augustin A Jr- Cracking A Address To News in the immediate neighboihood a hard wood that is also found in
HINDS Milton M & C Storehouse A tree can keep the air cool enough Aruba
SEMELEER daughter Marva Athanacio Mae- M & C Yaid- A Increasing numbers of copies of the to allow passing clouds to drop their Today much of the worlds fine
daughter Beatrioo nirrj Aruba Esso News customarily delivered precious burden of rain drops If you wood is disappearing except in places
TR0MP Nasario M & 6 Boiler A by mail have been
son icturned dont
riuert lhomas believe this next time you are where a few courageous men are
marked Addressee Unknown or at the beach take off your shoes and fighting to save it And trees can be
JUDDAN Ovid -May Medical 26 A son Elgin Wrong Address stand for a moment in the sand where encouraged and grown much like any
Anthony If your copy of the News has been the sun has been beating down for other crop
May 27 delivered by mail and deliveries several hours Then if you can find And as proved an Whitsuntide
BACCHUS Sattaur M & A daughter have been interrupted because one walk under weekend
June Yasmin your a tree The bottom a tree gives beauty
CKOES Nicolaas Rec & Ship A daugh- address is no longer that which is of your feet will tell you the diffe Throughout the Caribbean and in E Erasmus V Figoroa
ter Vera Maria included in the News mailing list rence a tree can make many other sub tropical parts of the
will you forwaid your current address A tree holds water in the ground world flowering trees abound But
TROMP Federico Marine Office A son to When Pictures of Lago Commissary Advi
rederico rain falls it drains downward none has blossoms quite as lovely as
GRUBB Dr Paul A Dr Reeves office Lago Oil and Transport Co Ltd through the ground in a piocess the fragile golden petals of the Ki sory Committee Candidates Vincente
A
daughter Public Relations Figoroa and Eduardo Erasmus were
GIBBS William Lake Tleet A En Publications Department called leaching In sandy soils bra Hacha Perhaps the Kibra Hacha incorrectly identified in the last issue
WLKNET A son Francisco Marine Wharves Aruba NWI Division leaching takes place faster than in sturdy and useful as it is beauti- of the Esso News Their pictures
heavy soils But in any kind of soil | ful is back in Aruba to stay correctly named appear above
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
Juno 5 1953
About Waist High If You Please
Early Baseball Had Polite Pitchers Dignified Umpires
Can you imagine Extra dignity was
Stan Musial toting EAZLY added to the game by
3IZBBAU PA
his trusty ash and the old time umpire
WBRfr A GT 72
stepping up beside the He usually
Round and Round We Go plate all dolled up in BMOU2- TY H0 frock coat and wore a top a
long blue flannel tiou LPAO T0P g AA0 hat and to make his
sers tight fitting at resemblance to a judge
the ankles and wear of law all the plai
ing a blue mohair ANP THE 4Tr T0L0 ner he took his time
hat ^. \ ooqjt / TtfF PrcJE about lendering deci
Back in 1846 in
v wrav /WEF TOTK sions But it was noticed
the when the
days that he kept a
New Yoik Knickerbockers
safe distance whenever
started out
there
was any
as the first famous danger of his plug hat
baseball team in history
connecting with a pop
that was the fly As a rule the
way the playeis weie umpire always sat in
outfitted On the June
a chair and had a nice
day the Knickeiboc big umbrella over his
kers crossed bats with head to keep off the
the New York Nine sun
at Hoboken they AH UMPKE- HAP Umpires had plenty
came home trailing PGMirY /// 7HOS- PAV of power in the old
on the short end of a tJEr WPREr A TO / AT days In the time
23 to 1 score but no AMP ATJ I yellowed scorebooks
mzz msyrsmSSA body ever forgot what HAR of the Knickerbockers
a stunning spectacle are plenty of cases
they had made in
HILL BILLY HI JINX Children from the Dakota Playground are where a marginal note
pictured doing their own version of the Virginia Reel during a their blue trousers appears beside a play
Mothers Day variety program staged May 11 at the Sociedad Boli- and hat biogan of that era Cleats were unknown ers name Fined by the umpire
ariana by the playgrounds board of directors Another unique custom of pioneer but the soles were full of Speaking of money though it was
HILL BILLY HI JINX Muchanan di Speeltuin Dakota ta munstra aki Babe Ruths was the wealing of flam wooden pegs Sometimes these pegs a long time before the fans approved
presentando nan mes version di Virginia Keel durante un programa ing neckties The colors of these worked loose A player had to watch of professional baseball About the
aria cu a worde ehecuta dia 11 di Mei na ocasion di Dia di Mama na fairly outdazzled the rainbow at out then or he might find himself first player to go against the prevailing
Sociedad Boliaiiana times they would make the wearer taking a nastv spill as he rounded notion that players should
conspicuous in any ciowd The player bases never be paid was Harry Wright He
Un Leyenda Bieuw ta Conta Nos never had to worry about a four-in-hand Say Where went to Cincinnati in 1867 and made
knot for the ties were all put At the veiy beginning pitchers the Red Stockings the most famous
together befoiehand All he did was weie polite to the batter When the team in America But the salaries
Pakiko di Solo Kima
ta
Rayonan to place it against his collar throw latter stepped up to the plate he his players received would hardly be
the long end around his neck and would hold out his hand shoulder considered pocket money beside the
Na India ta corre e historia cu Biento Solo y Luna a worde invita pa push the small end through a hole high waist high or knee high He pay of modern stars of the game
un fiesta grandi Nan mama Strea Mayor tambe tabata invita pa e He gave a smait pull wriggled his did this to indicate what kind of a George Wright his star shortstop
fiesta Pero Mama Strea mester a keda cas pa tira vista ariba cielo neck several times hitched the end pitch he liked best and it was up drew only 1400 Actually the
El a duna su yiunan Biento Solo y Luna permiso pa bai fiesta to a pin and theie he was all ready to the moundsman to suit him If average was not over 800 only
En berdad tabata un fiesta maia for 26 innings he had asked for a low one and it one hundredth of the annual salary
villoso cu hopi tayo giandi di cumin Mama Stiea a gradici su yiu Luna The shoes worn by the early came in aiound the aimpits that was of some famous latter day headliners
pa su bon corazon peio el a keda ra players weie the familiar Hum not a strike but a ball
da E mehor tabatin pa come y bebe
bid cu Solo y Biento cu tabata pen
y tur hende tabata goza masha tanto
solamente ariba
sa nan mes
Solo y Biento tabata diverti nan Asina Mama Strea a bisa Solo Pitcher di Beisboi
asina tanto lubida hen Bieuw
mes cu nan a
Pa castiga bo egoismo for di awor Facts
teramente ariba Mama Strea cu a Interesting
hend3 lo tin miedo di bo pa bo rayo
keda cas nan caliente y nan lo cubri nan cabez Tabata Masha Beleeft
Pero Luna si no a lubida El a war ora bo sali
da algo di e cosnan delicioso cu el a Y na Biento Mama Stiea a bisa Mount Fuji Japans sacred val
haya pa su mama Hende lo huy for di bo cano has not eiupted in nearly 250
pasobra
Bo por imagina bo Stan Musial cargando su bat fiel y parando banda
Oia cu e fiesta a caba y Solo nan lo teme peligio for di bo years
di e plate tur bisti den carson blauw di flanel preta te na su enkel
Biento y Luna a bai cas Mama Pero cu Luna el a bisa Hende
The Egyptians recognized and
y cu un sombre di lana blauw bisti
Strea a puntra nan com nan a pasa nan lo duna bienvenida na bo
rayo made use of steam long before
fiesta power Asina e hungadornan tabata bisti na 1846 tempo cu New York
na nan noble y admira bo y nan lo schbi the birth of Christ
Solo y Biento a conta tocante tur poema den bo claridad Knickerbockers a cuminza e piomeri
The of Finland is equipo famoso di beisboi den historia
population
e cosnan cu a pasa na fiesta Y asina ta te awe na India Hen der esaki no tabata un strike pero un
nine cent Swedish Ariba dia di Juni Knickerbocker
Luna a bisa Mi tabatin duele cu dcnan ta busca abrigo contia solo per cu bola
Mama Strea no por a bai fiesta y caliente y ta sconde pa bientonan pi The king cobra is the worlds nan a cruza bat cu e equipo New Dignidad extra tabata agrega na e
mi a tiece tur e cos dushinan aki sa Pero cu ansiosidad nan ta spera largest poisonous snake and has been York Nine na Hoboken nan a bolbe wega door di e umpire refeiee di
pa bo aiiba claiidad di luna known to leach a length of 18 feet cas derrota cu un scoie di 23 pa 1 tempo pasa Generalmente el tabata
pero ningun hende nunca a lubida ki bisti un bachi largo te na rudia y un
un espectaculo elegante nan a haci
sombre halto y pa haci e parce un
den nan carson y sombre blauw juez mas ainda el ta tuma su tempo
Un otio costumber raro di e pro pa duna decision Pero tabata obser
mer batter Babe Ruth tabata bisti
va cu el ta keda na un distancia se
mento di dashi di color briljante E guro ki ora cu tabatin cualkier peli
colornan di e dashinan tin bez tabata
gro pa su sombre halto di seda haya
surpasa e colornan di regenboog contacto cu un bola den cuadra Generalmente
completamente nan tabata haci esun e umpire semper tabata
cu ta bistie conspicuo den cualkier sinta den un stoel y tabatin un buni
multitud di hende E hungador nun
ta parasol grandi ariba su cabez pa
ca tabatin di preocupa tocante e raa tapa solo
ramento di dashi pasobra nan tabata Umpirenan tabatin hopi poder den
marra di antemano Tur loke e tabata temponan pasa Den e boekinan geel
haci ta di ponele na su cuello ben di bieuw cu nan ta cu e scorenan di e
ta e banda largo tras di su nek y equipo di Knickerbockers tin hopi ca
pusha e banda cortico den un buraco sonan unda un anotacion na canto
El ta dal un ranca cu pikete na e ta aparece banda di nomber di un
dashi draai su nek un poco tene un hungador Penaliza door di Um
punta cu feneta y e ta cla pa dal 26 piie
careda Papiando tocante placa sinembar
E zapato cu e hungadornan di pro go tabata hopi tempo promer cu e
mer aya tabata bisti tabata e zapa amantenan a aproba beisboi profesio
tonan pisa conoci como Hum Bo nal Un di e piomer hungadornan cu
ton di cuero bao zapato no tabata a bai contra e idea prevalente cu hun
conoci pero e zool di zapato tabata gadornan no mester worde paga tabata
yen di penchi di palo Algun vez e Harry Wright El a bai Cincin
penchinan ta los Un hungador mester nati na 1867 y a haci Red Stockings
*j x livi ?hlPK \ KiW Wm JnrAWm tHJ WF eiBK 4j jl mira bon sino e haya un mal
por e equipo mas famoso di America Pero
splinter ora e ta yegando base e salario cu su hungadornan tabata
ricibi casi no por a worde consi
Bisa Unda
dera ni como placa pa gasto personal
Na promer principio pitchernan compara cu e pago di estrellanan mo
tabata cortes cu e batidor Ora e ultimo demo di beisboi di awendia George
WAKE ME EARLY MOTHER DARLING Eleven-year-old Rita Arrias might well have whispered this aki ta na e plate el ta pone su Wright su famoso shortstop tabata
line from the famous childrens poem as she went to bed May 1 for the next day she was to be crowned man na haltura di su schouder cin gana solamente 1400 En realidad
Queen of the May of Lago Heights The daughter of J W Ariias of the Equipment Inspection Group she 800
tura o rudia Esaki e ta haci pa in e promedio no tabata mas cu
is pictured center with her court at her coronation
dica ki clase di bola e ta desea mas solamente un cien parti di e sala
LAMTA 311 TEMPRAN MAMA DUSHI Rita Arrias 11 anja por bien a bisa e palabranan di e poema
di mucha aki ora el a bai drumi dia 1 di Mei pasobra su siguiente dia el a worde coiona Reina de Mayo tanto y ta depende di e pitcher pa rio anual di algun di e famoso hun
di Lago Heights Rita cu ta yiu di J W Arias di Equipment Inspection Group ta munstra aki cu su da- complace cu ne Si el a pidi un bola gadornan di awendia cu ta aparece
manan di corto na ocasion di su coronacion abao y esaki pasa banda di su schou ariba promer pagina di corantnan




LEC Referendum Results
Will Be Out Next Week

Neutral Tellers With Two Observers
‘Ensure Fairness of Plant-Wide Voting

| The results of a referendum held to determine if the Lago Em-
ployee Council will remain as the representative organization of Staff
and Regular employees will be made public early next week.
| At that time LEC constituents will know if the council will continue
to represent them on bargainable matters or whether it will be neces-
sary to re-establish representation... ,_—-@--——___—__ =
The referendum was held June Denar an opportunity to vote. The
| through June 5. A petition signed by | observers certified the eligibility of
over 10 percent of the company’s | the voters, but were not permitted to



6000 Staff and





BALLOTING ON LEC: Ivan Sewbaluck of TSD — Process Control was one of the first Staff and Regular

employees to vote in the petition

servers V. Schotberg and S. F. Arends and Teller R. E. Humphreys.

-requested LEC referendum. Checking his vote were (left to right) Ob-
Mr. Schotberg represented the petitioning



group, Mr. Arends the LEC. Mr. Humphreys was appointed by Lago.

VOTAMENTO ARIBA LEC: Ivan

Sewbaluck di TSD — Process Control tabata un di e promer empleadonan

Staff y Regular cu a yota den LEC Referendum pidi door di un peticion. Observadornan V. Schotberg, S. F.

Arends y teller R. E. Humphreys ta check su voto.



. Schotberg tabata representa e grupo cu a haci e peti-

cion y Sr. Arends e LEC. Sr. Humphreys tabata nombra door di Lago.

fs ssc







VOL. 14 No. 12 PUBLISH

Springer Replaces
Maurice C. Bates
In Acid Plant

Kenneth E. Springer, acting a
tant division superintendent in the |
Acid and Edeleanu plant since April
30 of this year, was promoted per-
manently to the position June 1.

He replaces Mau-
Brice C. Bates who
died last May 18.

Mr. Springer was
e first employed by
4.59 Lago in 1934 as an
88 operator third
in Light Oils
shing. Three ye:





Sis- |





ts
as



3
|
4





later he had _ be-
\e come an operator
first class and in
1939 was promoted
ets to assistant shift
aS rer
Eve prin ger foreman,

After filling act- |
and permanent shift
he made
foreman in 1950 On April 7
r he was

ing, temporary
foreman
a proc
of this ened as tem-
porary assistant division superinten-
dent in L.O.F. and served in that ca-
pacity until his acting assignment in
the Acid and Edeleanu plant.

Mr. Springer was transferred from
Aruba to the Creole Petroleum Corp’s.
La Salina refinery for 11 we in |
1940 where he served as assistant |
general superintendent.



ments,



as















ATS To Graduate First Class;
LVS Plans For Integration

Juni 5. Un peticion firma door di mas
| di 10 por ciento di e 6000 empleado-

ED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD. June 5, 1953

Resultadonan di Relerandam

Lo Worde Publica Otro Siman

E resultadonan di un referendum teni pa determina si Lago Em-
ployee Council lo keda como e organizacion representativo di empleado-
nan regular y di staff lo worde anuncia otro siman.

Ariba e dia ey constituyentenan di LEC lo sabi si Council lo sigui
representa nan ariba asuntonan n z
ciable of si e lo ta necesaria pa esta-
blece representacion atrobe.

E referendum tabata teni Juni 1 te





periodo di Juni 1 te Juni 5 pa vota-
mento ariba e referendum.

A worde munstra cu e unico fun-
cion di compania tabata pa asisti em-
pleadonan regular y di staff pa de-
| termina e forma di representacion cu

nan regular y di staff di compania y Z
nan tabata prefera.

i dia 7 di Mei a pidi pa tene
un referendum di acuerdo cu e Com-
benio di Trabao.

Articulo I, Seecion 2, di e Combe-
nio ta bisa cu Lago lo reconoce LEC
como un organizacion re tativo
te compania ricibi lencia
afirmativo como resultado di un re-
ferendum cu € mayoria di
donan no ta desea di worde
ta door di e Council”.



Gruponan a Conduci Votamento

door
yersona kende a cu-
contacta constituyentenan di
,EC na nan lugar di trabao 6’or di
emplea- | mainta 1 di Juni. E gruponan tabata
represen- | Consisti di un teller, nombra door di
}compania, un observador represen-
tando LEC y un observador represen-
tando e peticionarionan.
Te Juni 4 nan a traha 12 hora pa
Despues di e determina cu e peti- | dia, dunando cada constituyente un}
cion tabata di acuerdo cu e stipula-| oportunidad pa vota. E observador-
cionnan di e Combenio di Trabao door | MN a certifica e eligibilidad di e vo-
di ta firma door di "10 por ciento di e| tadornan, pero nan no tabata permiti
empleadonan” y despues di a estable- | P@ trata di influencia nan voto.
ce un periodo di seis dia durante cual Aruba Juni 5 un lugar di votamen-
empleadonan por a check e firmanan| to tabata estableci na Employment

E votamento tabata conduci
di 19 grupo di 3



ora

Votamento Juni 1 — Juni 8





ariba e peticion, compania a fiha e| Office na Porta No. 1, unda emplea- |

donan cu ta na vacacion, esnan
"treated in quarters” of esnan cu no
|tabatin chens di vota na nan lugar
| di trabao, tabata permiti pa tira nan
| voto entre 6 a.m. y 6 p.m.

Pregunta Tabata Splica

Regular employees
and submitted May 7 asked that a re-
ferendum be conducted in accordance
| with the Working Agreement.

Article I, Section 2 of the agree-
ment states that Lago will recognize
the LEC as the representative orga-
nization until the company receives
"affirmative evidence as the result
of a referendum ... that the majority
of the employees do not wish to be re-
| presented by the Council.”



| Voting June 1 — June 5

|

| After determining that the petition

| met the Working Agreement stipula-

| tion by being by "10 percent of the

| employees” and establishing a_ six-

|day period in which the employees
could check the petition for their
signatures, the company set aside the

|period from June 1 to June 5 for

| voting on the referendum.

It was pointed out that the compa-
| ny’s sole function was to assist Staff
\and Regular employees in determin-
\ing the form of representation they
preferred.

Teams Conduct Vote

| The balloting was conducted by 19
three-man teams who started contact-
ing LEC constituents at their place
jof work at 6 a.m. June 1. The teams
ase made up of a teller appointed
| by the company, an observer repre-
senting the LEC and an observer re-
presenting the petitioners.

| Through June 4 they worked 12
| hours a day offering each consti-





attempt to influence their vote.

On June 5 a polling booth was esta-
blished at the Employment Office at
Gate 1 where employees on vacation,
those treated in quarters or others
previously unable to vote were allow-
ed to cast a ballot between 6 a.m.
and 6 p.m.

Question Explained

In a statement issued on the eve
of the referendum, Lago pointed out
that if the LEC constituency prefer-
red to retain the council as its repre-
sentative organization "the present
system of representation by the LEC
under the Working Agreement will
continue, with the council maintain-
ing its present membership.”

| If the constituency preferred to

|drop the LEC, the company ex-
plained, "the system of representa-
tion on bargainable matters — the

Working Agreement, the constitution
of the LEC, the district representa-
tive system and the council members
as a body — will be cancelled.

"The establishment of any repla-
cing system on bargainable matters
would require all the mechanics of
developing the form of a new repre-
| sentative body, electing such a group,
writing a new constitution and de-
veloping a new working agreement.”

The present Working Agreement
provides for a referendum only on
| the company’s recognition of the
entire council plan and not on any
individual part of the representation
organization.





| Colorful Kibra Hacha Trees

Paint Island Over Holiday

| Aruba’s Whitmonday holiday weekend was brightened by the flame-
yellow blossom of the Kibra Hacha tree. On the side of Mt. Hooiberg,
across the high ridges of Yamanoto, in many hidden valleys and along

like dozens of earth-bound suns.
| Until this
living in Aruba had seen the gorgeous

| tree in all its splendor. This is partly





sar, few people now | —

cunucu roads the bright blossoms sprayed their generous golden color



because the tree doesn’t bloom every
)

| (Continued on page 7)

The graduation of over 25 young men from the Aruba Technical
School late next month, first in the school’s history, marks an impor-
tant step in the progress of Aruba educational facilities. In line with
plans made a number of years ago when the Government school was
being established, the class taken into the Lago Vocational School this
year will somewhat reduced in| - - - — —
number as a result. a transition stage. During this period

The long history of the LVS has| emphasis on vocational training will
been fruitful for Aruba, offering | be gradually reduced as the Govern-
training opportunities followed by ment facilities become more and more
jobs for hundreds of boys during a ra otk oe to a eve needs
period in Aruba’s development when /0r CmPloyees with basic industrial
this was not available through public training.
education. Now that public vocational
schooling is releasing its first gra-
duates and it can be anticipated that
increasing numbers of such graduates
will become available every year,
Lago’s training activities will enter)

be








ATS Program Studied
Meanwhile, it is understood that the
Aruba Government begun a study
of the Aruba Technical School's pro-

(Continued on page 3)





Den un declaracion haci ariba e dia |
| promer cu e referendum, Lago a
munstra cu si constituyentenan di
LEC lo prefera di mantene Council
como nan organizacion representa-
tivo ", systema actual di representa-
cion door di LEC di acuerdo cu e
Combenio di Trabao lo sigui, mante-
niendo e miembronan di council cu ta
aden actualmente.”

Si constituyentenan lo prefera
| baha LEC, compania a splica,
tema di representacion ariba un- |
tonan negociable — Combenio di Tra-
bao, constitucion di LEC, systema di
representantenan di districto y miem- |
bronan di Council como un organo lo |

di
"e 'S:






(Continua na pagina 2)



KIBRA HACHA TREES, their brilliant yellow blossoms flowering on
many of Aruba’s hillsides, attracted many sightseers over the Whit-
suntide week-end.

MATA DI KIBRA HACHA, cu nan flor geel briliante y bunita, floriando
ariba varios di e seroenan di Aruba, tabata un atraccion grande pa hopi
hende cu a bai mira nan Dialuna di Pentecoste.


Aruba GssON EWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS

WEST

INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT Co.,

LTD.

Printed by the Curagaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.1.

MILESTONE: Charles B. Garber, chief accountant (left), smilingly ac-
cepts his 30-year service emblem award from President J. J. Horigan.

Mr. Garber’s

employ began in May, 1923 with the Standard Oil Co.
(Indiana). He came to Aruba in February,

1930.

EVENTO IMPORTANTE: Charles B. Garber, Chief Accountant (banda

robez), cu un sonrisa ta acepta su emblema di 30 anja di servi

io for di

Presidente J. J. Horigan. Sr. Garber su empleo a cuminza na Mei 1923 cu

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana). El a

bini na Aruba na Februari 1930.

Promer Klas ATS ta Gradua;
SOL Planéa Integracion

Graduacion di mas di 25 hoben di

School Tecnico di Aruba (ATS) na}

fin di otro luna, pa di promer bez den historia di school, ta marca un |

paso importante den e progreso di facilidadnan di educacion di Aruba. |
Di acuerdo cu plannan haci un poco anja pasé tempo cu e school di.

gobierno aki a worde estableci, e klas
di School di Ofishi di Lago (S.O.L.) |
pa e anja aki lo ta un poco menos
den cantidad.

E historia largo di e School di Ofi-
shi di Lago tabata di beneficio pa|
Aruba, ofreciendo oportunidad di
enseyanza y luego trabao pa_ hopi
cien di hobennan durante un periodo

di estudiante, y tambe posible

|tumamento di hobennan pa School di
| Ofishi di Lago.

Segun e tendencia ta move for di
enseyanza di ofishi bao auspicio di
Lago pa enseyanza bao auspicio di
Gobierno, mientras Lago ta tuma gra-

duadonan di klasnan di ATS y e can-
tidad creciente di graduadonan di
school nan di MULO cu ta busca tra-
bao den industria, e efecto a lo largo
pa oportunidad pa e hobennan di

di desaroyo di Aruba tempo cu esaki
no tabata disponible na schoolnan pu-
blico. Awor cu school di ofishi pu-
blico ta ofrece su promer graduado-
nan y por worde spera cu un canti-

dad creciente di tal graduadonan lo
bira disponible cada anja, actividad-
nan di school di Lago lo worde gra-
dualmente reduci mientras facilidad-
nan di Gobierno ta birando mas y|
mas capable pa yena e necesidadnan
di industria cu empleadonan cu en-
seyanza basico industrial.

Mientras tanto, Gobierno di Aruba
a cuminza un estudio di e programa
di School Tecnico di Aruba pa ase-
gura cu su estudiantenan lo ta pre-
para pa satisface e necesidadnan di
industria. Tanto Gobierno como in-
dustria ta reconoce cu e educacion
formal di e isla a yega un nivel unda
un "combinacion” di enseyanza cu)
oportunidadnan di trabao ta bira ne-
cesario. Mientras e cursonan di estu-
dio, facilidadnan, cantidad di estu-
diante, y otro factornan pertenecien-
do na school ta worde studia, anali-
zadornan ta bishitando empleadornan
di e isla pa averigua e sorto di oficio |
cu tin mester, e cantidad di oportuni-
dad di trabao den e varios ofishi cu
por tin habri, kiko industria ta spera |
di su hobennan cu caba enseyanza, y
factornan similar cual lo yuda School |
Tecnico di Aruba planed su curso di|
futuro. Tambe ta worde considera al-
gun forma di enseyanza industrial pa
graduadonan di ATS cu no tin e edad
pa haya trabao.

Aruba ta keda mescos. Manera sem-
per y na tur purti, esnan cu enseyan-
za tin e mehor chens di worde emplea
y haci progreso.

Di e 29 cu ta yegando fin di e pro-

machinist, ocho ta electricista y diez-
dos ta mecanico. Di nan tur, diez no
a yega edad di 18 anja. E school tin
64 hoben den e klas cu lo caba otro
anja y 160 den e klas cu lo caba na
1955.

For di e promer klas di graduado-
nan di ATS, Lago probablemente lo
ofrece trabao pa cuminza na e gra-
duadonan cu satisface e standardnan
regular di empleo. Tambe ta worde
spera cu oportunidad di trabao pa
cuminza lo worde ofreci na un nu-
mero di graduadonan di MULO e anja
aki.

Contacto preliminario ta awor
progreso pa e candidatonan pa e pro-

en

| grama di School di Ofishi di Lago pa

1953; e periodo anual di testmento ta
fiha pa Juni 15 te 20, y representan-
tenan di Training Division lo bishita
schoolnan na San Nicolas, Sabaneta,
Santa Cruz, Oranjestad y Noord. Du-
rante e periodo aki estudiantenan di
| School di Ofishi di Lago di e promer
| tres anjanan lo haya ausencia cu per- |
miso como nan_instructornan lo |
asisti den e programa di testmento.



Na mes tempo Lago a resumi acti- |
vidad pa medio di su Comité pa En- |
seyanza di Ofishi pa studia e asunto |
aki for di punto di vista di Compania. |
Entre puntonan pa worde considera lo |

ta algun forma di enseyanza na tra-

bao pa graduadonan di ATS y MULO|
cu lo drenta e departamentonan di- |
rectamento como empleadonan envez |

Plannan actual ta pa selecta 40 hoben
pa e klas di 1953.
|

| Semi-Monthly Payroll

May 16 - 31 Monday, June 8
Monthly Payroll

May 1 - 31 Tuesday, June 9

mer curso di 3 anja na ATS, nuebe ta |

| Schedule of Paydays

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

E fin di
Pentecoste

siman di Dialuna

na Aruba

jante di palonan di
Na banda di Hooiberg, den e cero-
nan banda di Yamanota, den hopi
vallenan y canto di caminanan den

na tera.

fico aki den tur nan splendor. Esaki
pa un parti ta pasobra e palo no ta
floria tur anja y en parte
flornan ta keda solamente
tres dia.

Pa Kibra-Hacha

pasobra su
dos

floria,
of tres siman promer cu su "tempo
di floria”, cual ta mas o menos du-
rante e ultimo siman di Mei of e pro-
mer siman di Juni. Suficiente canti-
dad di yobida durante e promer parti
di Mei ta masha raro na Aruba. E
anja aki hopi awa y net na e bon
tempo a trece e flornan den tur nan
gloria,



IE palonan por a floria den siman,
pero e flornan ta worde tumba abao
mas cu dos of tres dia. Si esaki
socede, solamente algun hende di
residentenan di e isla lo por a mira
nan. E anja aki, e yobida, e tempo di
floria, y dianan liber na fin
siman y Dialuna di Pentecoste,
ta combina pa trece un vista magni-
fico na un tempo cu tur por a miré,

a

e

| Segun ta bisa, un tempo tabatin
| hopi palo di Kibra-Hacha na Aruba.
|E palo su nomber, traduci for di pa-
| piamento, ta nifica "kibra hacha”.
| Pesey e madera di e palo lo mester
ta masha duro y e tabata usa hopi pa
traha barco di palo. Segun historia ta
bisa, casi tur e palonan a worde corta

cam- |
| bio den e plan di enseyanza y base pa

|\C-of-L Bonus

Changes Announced

929

At a special joint meeting May 22,
the Lago Employee Council and Com-
pany Representatives reviewed the
results of the cost-of-living survey |
as of May 1

The survey indicates a decrease in}

the cost-of-living index from 1.717 to
1.2 the
bonus of all permanent
regular employees will
effective June 1.

Accordingly, cost-of-living
staff and

be reduced

LEC Referendum

(Continua di pagina 1)

worde cancela.

"Establecimento di cualkier syste-
ma di reemplazo pa asuntonan nego-
ciable lo involve atrobe tur e trabao
pa desaroya e forma di un otro orga-|
|no representativo, eleccion di un tal}
| grupo, trahamento di un constitucion
|nobo, y desaroyo di un otro combenio

di
tabata haci|
alegro door di e flornan geel bril-| ¢vece
Kibra-Hacha.

campo e flornan briljante tabata pla-
ma nan color geel bondadoso mescos
cu hopi dozijn di solonan cu a baha

Te e anja aki, hopi hende biba na
Aruba por a mira e palonan magni-
of |

mester
haya un bon yobida mas 0 menos dos

liher door di biento y nan no ta keda}

e}

di |
taba- |

door di trahadornan di barco of boto.
Ta tuma hopi anja pa _palonan
bira grandi. Algun sorto
mahog ta un bon ehempel — no ta
bastante grandi pa worde us
madera sino te ora e tin cien
bieuw. E "Giant Redwoods” na Cali-
fornia tin miles di anja bieuw. Un
palo di ekel, pa e por ta usable como
madera, mester crece por lo menos
60 anja. Palo di pispijn ta crece mas
rapido, pero e madera ta moli y
pesey no ta adecuado pa hopi sorto
di construccion. Ta parece, cu natu-
raleza tin mester di mas tempo pa
|traha cos bon cu e mester pa traha
cos di menor calidad.

como

| E reciente presentacion di e flor-
| nan color di oro na e coronan di Aru-
lba ta munstra cu e isla ainda por
mantene palonan bunita y fuerte.
Pero lo ta un error di pensa tocante
un palo solamente pa saka madera di
dje. Un palo ta mas cu esey.
Un palo ta duna sombra.
cambia un lugar cayente y cu polvo
di tera den un patio” natural den
| aire liber. Un lugar unda tin un palo|
ta bira agradable, un lugar pa sinta,
pa sosega, pa contempla e mundo
rond di nos, of si ta desea, un|
lugar pa drumi.
Un palo ta trece yobida. Si, esaki|
berdad. Contal cu e tin bastante di|
amigonan den cercania inmediata,
un palo por tene aire bastante fre
pa permiti nubianan cu ta pasa pa
laga nan carga precioso di awa cai.
Si bo no ta kere esaki, otro biaha cu}
bo ta na playa di lama, kita bo za-
pato y para pa un momento den
santo cu solo a cayenta pa varios
hora. Despues, si bo por haya uno,
bai camna bao un palo. E planta di
bo pia lo bisa bo e diferencia cu un
palo por haci.

bo

| ta
su

c

e

Un palo ta tene awa den tera. Ora}

awa yobe,
den un

den tera
oe

drenta bai

SENN

ta
BECcead

e

‘Wear It At A

|
| Your badge is vitally important t

anja

E por|

o|

Flornan Bunita di Kibra-Hacha ta Haci
Dialuna di Pentecoste Mas Alegre

den tera”. Den tera di santo e siepel-
mento aki ta tuma lugar mas liber cu
den tera pisa of gordo. Pero den tur
clase di tera, unda tin un palo, e awa
ta keda mas cerca nivel di tera unda
e por haci algo pa haci matanan
crece. Esaki ta pasobra mayor di
palonan tin un systema di r exten-
sivo cu ta plama rond y abao den
tera. E raiz di algun sorto di palo ta
cubri un espacio mas grandi bao di
tera cu takinan y blachinan ta
eubri ariba tera. Ta e systema di raiz
plama ta tene e awa den tera.

Un palo ta duna madera. No mucho
tempo pasa, un gran parti di mundo
tabata depende ariba madera pa hopi
di nan comodidad. Aunque e dia di
bareo di bela, wagon y trein cu ta-
bata usa palo pa kima a pasa, awendia
madera ta worde usa den cantidad-
nan aumentando. Mueble, vloer di cas
di palo duro, mayoria papel, hopi
sorto di panja — esakinan ta algun
| di cosnan cu ta worde traha cu
madera. Hopi cosnan ta requeri ma-
dera special. E mehor "rol-bearing”
pa chapalete di bapor, por ehempel,
|por worde traha di palo "lignum
| vitae”, un sorto di palo sumamente
| duro cu tambe tin na Aruba.
| Awendia, hopi di e calidad di ma-
dera fini di mundo ta desapareciendo,
cu excepcion di lugarnan unda algun
| hombernan di courashi ta bringando
|pa spaar nan. Palonan,
cualkier otro mata cu ta wo
| bra, tambe por worde cultiva

Y manera
siman

e

e
|

le sem-

a keda proba e fin di
promer cu Dialuna di Pente-
coste, un palo ta trece belleza. Den
henter Caribe y den hopi otro parti-
nan di mundo subtropical palonan cu
| ta floria ta na abundancia. Pero nin-
gun di nan flornan asina bunita
manera e boshinan di flor di
oro delicado di Kibra-Hacha. Podiser
e palo di Kibra-Hacha — mes fuerte,
| util, y bunita cu e ta — lo no caba
mas ariba as

tin
color

Your Badge Is iaerant

ll Times

o you. It is your permit to gain en-

| trance into the refinery. You need it to be identified for payroll pur-

poses. Your badge is your key to Lago and, therefore, must be worn in

| plain view in the designated area at all times. Thousands of people go
in and out Lago’s gates every day,
|and the only way they can be identi-

| ANYWHERE IN
THIS AREA.

PROPER AREA: Bude should

be worn in the area shown above.

They can also be worn on the left
collar of sport shirts.



| di trabao.”

E Combenio di Trabao ta_ stipula
un referendum solamente tocante re-
conocimento di henter systema di
Council y no tocante un parti indivi-
| dual di e organizacion representativo.

e

Oranan di Cahero

Ta Bai Cambia

|
Un cambio den e oranan ci benta-

nanan na oficina di cahero ta habri|
lo drenta na vigor dia 1 di Juni. For
|di e fecha aki e oranan lo ta:
Oficina di Cahero, Oficina Mayor:
|9 a.m. te 12 merdia, 1 p.m. te 3 p.m.
|di Dialuna te Diabierna; 8:30 a.m. te
11:30 a.m. ariba Diasabra.
; Oficina di Cahero, Marine Office:
{8:30 am. te 12 merdia, 1 p.m. te
3 p.m. di Dialuna te Diabierna; 8:30
‘a.m, te 11:30 a.m. ariba Diasabra.

LUGAR DRECHI: Ficha mester
worde carga na e lugar indica aki
riba. Nan por worde carga tambe
na cuello robez di sport shirts.

Bo Ficha ta Importante;
Bistie’le tur Ora

30 ficha ta di importancia vital pa
bo. Ta bo permit pa obtene entrada
pa refineria. Bo mester di dje pa}
worde identifica pa asuntonan to- |
cante bo pago. Bo ficha ta bo yabi
pa Lago i, pesey, el mester worde
earga tur ora na plena vista na e
lugar designa. Miles di hende ta}
drenta y ta sali for di porta di Lago}
tur dia. E unico manera pa identifica |
nan ta pa medio di nan ficha. Si e
ficha ta worde carga ariba banda |
robez di pecho manera prescribi,
esaki lo facilita controlamento den
refineria particularmente durante
cambiamento di wardanan ora un|
cantidad enorme di empleadonan di
Lago ta sali y drenta refineria. E|

| ployee’s foreman, who will

| lo

fied is through their badges. If the
| badge is worn on the left side of the
{chest as prescribed, it facilitates
|checking in the refinery particularly
when the shifts change and enormous
numbers of Lago employees are
coming in or going out.

The badge must be

worn at all

| times. Losing it or leaving it at home

means lost time for the employee and
his supervisor. If a badge is left at

|home, a temporary badge may be is-

the em-
be con-
tacted by the LPD. This temporary
badge is good for one day and then it
must be returned to the LPD. Males

sued with the approval of

{must wear their badges in the area

designated in the adjoining picture.
Female employees must have their
badges in their possession.

| ficha mester werd bisti tur ora. Per-
|dimento of lubidamento di ficha na
cas ta nifica perdamento di tempo
door di e empleado y su hefe. Si un
ficha worde laga na cas, un ficha
temporario por worde duna cu apro-
bacion di e empleado su hefe, kende
worde contacta door di LPD. E
ficha temporario aki ta valido pa un
dia solamente y mester worde debolbi
na LPD. Hombernan mester carga
nan ficha na e lugar designa ariba e
| portret aki un banda. Damas mester
tin e ficha den nan posecion.

Awor cu construccion ta na progre-
so na e dispensario nobo, usadornan
| di scooter ta worde pidi pa no laga
nan vehiculo parkeer aya durante
anochi. Un lugar di parkeer nobo pa-
bao di No. 2 Foam Truck Garage a
worde trahé pa parkeer scooter du-
rante anochi. E Gear aki lo worde
marea y senjalnan apropiado lo worde
poni.




June 5, 1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS





‘School Advisory
‘Committee Election
Set For June 9-10

Five men and one woman will be
| competing for three seats on the Lago
Colony School Advisory Committee
| when the committee election is held
June 9 and 10.
| Balloting will be conducted in the

Explorer Scouts Help Archeologist





Education Refund Plan
Helps Kenneth Gittens

A 25-year-old electrical helper who wished for "a chance to get
ahead” has gotten his wish with the help of Lago’s Educational Re-
fund Plan.

Kenneth I. Gittens has returned to Aruba with a certificate in elec-
trical maintenance which he earned during 15 weeks of study at a



si
=
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PROFESSOR’S FIELD NOTES are the object of this discussion in Sea
Grape Grove between Doctor Professor J. M. Cruxent and Explorer
Scouts who turned out to help him find objects left in the Sea Grape
Grove area by early Indian inhabitants of Aruba. Prof. Cruxent is Di-
rector of the National Museum of Natural Science, Caracas, Venezuela.
From left to right the scouts are Bill White, Norman Owen, Phillip
Schoonmaker, Bruce Kilpatrick, Brad Wease, and Donald Rosborough.
Also shown is Ernst Bartels, director of Aruba’s Tourist Bureau, who
requested the search and accompanied the professer on his field trips.
Full details on Prof. Cruxent’s recent search will appear in an early
issue of the Esso News.





ANOTACIONNAN DI E PROFESOR ta e obheto di discusion na Sea
ape Grove entre Doctor Profesor J. M. Cruxent y su seis Padvinder-
nan Explorador cu a ofrece pa jude’le haya obhetonan cu habitantenan
Indian antiguo di Aruba a larga den e bicindario di Sea Grape Grove.
Prof. Cruxent ta Director di Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales di
Caracas, Venezuela. E Padvindernan, di robez pa drechi, ta Bill White,
Norman Owen, Phillip Schoonmaker, Bruce Kilpatrick, Brad Wease y
Donald Rosborough. Tambe munstra ta Ernst Bartels, Director di Bureau
di Turismo di Aruba, kende a pidi e exploracion y a acompanja e Profesor
den su paseo den campo. Detaye completo tocante e estudio reciente di
Prof. Cruxent lo worde publica den un préximo edicion di Esso News.













| lobby of the General Office Building.
| The two persons receiving the largest
number of votes will be elected for
two years; the person receiving the}
| third largest number of votes will be|
| elected for one year.

Outgoing members are J. M. White-
| ley, L. D. Dittle and Dr. G. G. Hen-
drickson. A nominating committee
headed by Dr. R. F. Brace and com-
posed of H. V. Locker, P. E. Jensen,
| Mrs. E. Klapetko and W. E. Meisen-|
| heimer, nominated: |

J. M. Whiteley, J. F. Malcolm, the
Rey. D. R. Evans, Iva Kirkman, Dr. J.
B. M. van Ogtrop and Mrs. H. C.
| Waits.

Chicago technical school.



oh





Two Films Presented
‘In Public Showing

Two films were shown recently to Plan di Reembolso pa
‘large audiences in Oranjestad and! Educacion ta Yuda
San Nicolas through the courtesy of | Kenneth Gittens

Lago.
One, furnished by the Marketing|}

Mr. Gittens and certificate.





Un ayudante di electricista di 25
representative, showed a half-hour of anja di edad kende tabata desea un
highlights from the seven games in| oyortunidad pa "bai udilanti” a mira
the 1952 World Series between the). deseo cumpli pa medio di Plan di
New York Yankees and the Brooklyn) Reembolso pa Educacion di Lago.
Dodgers. 5 2 | Kenneth I. Gittens a bolbe Aruba
| _ The second, provided by Lago’s Sa-/ oy yn certifieato den mantenecion di
| fety Division, was called ’Then There | aparatonan electricoteuall ely avobtene
Were Four”. Narrated by James | despues di 15 siman di estudio na un
| Stewart of Hollywood fame, it told Bl echoolstecnicontn Chicago.

| well-knit and suspenseful story of | Lago a paga dos tercera parti di
five people who drove off to work in| .o.t5 die curso na Cayne Electrical

the morning and of how only four) @ Television-Radio School. Trahando
came back that evening — and why.| ocho te

ATS To Graduate First Class

(Continued from page 1)

; rolled in the class due to finish next



| Traffic safety being the growing pro-
blem that it is, the film was timely
and to the point, and was well-re-
ceived.

| The films were presented at the St.
| Cecilia Theater in San Nicolas May



diez-dos ora pa dia, Sr. Git-
tens — e unico persona entre e 165
alumnonan cu no ta bini for di Esta-
dos Unidos a studia coriente basi-
|co y cireuito, wayamento y repara-
| cion, coriente directo y coriente alter-
nativo y coriente industrial.





LAY; and 160 in the class that
gram to ensure that its students will) finishes in 1955.
be prepared to meet industry’s needs. From this first ATS graduating





























Both Government and industry c » will probably offer start-
cognize that the island’s formal ed-| ing jobs to those graduates who meet
ucation has reached a stage where| its usual employment standards. It is
such "tying-in” of training with job) ajso expected that starting job op-
opportunities be romes necessary. portunities will be offered to a num-
While the courses of study, facilities,| hey of this year’s MULO graduates
enrollment size, and other factors re-| Fo 1953 candiates for Lago’s vo-
lating to the schoo! are being studi-| cational school program, preliminary
ed, analysts are visiting employers] contacts are now in progress; the
on the island to survey the kinds of annual testing period is scheduled for
skills in demand, the numbers of job| June 15 to 20, with Training Division
opportunities in the various skills| representatives visiting schools in
that may open up, what industry ex-| gan Niec s Santa Cruz
cepts of its newly-trained young men,| Oyanjestad, and Noord. During this
and similar factors that will help the period LVS students of the first
Aruba Technical School to chart its! three years will be on leave of ab-
future course. Also being considered| sence while their instructors assist in
is some form of industrial training

the testing program. Present plans
call for 40 boys to be selected for the
1953 class.

for ATS graduates who are under the
usual employabl

At the same time Lago has resum-
ed activity by its Vocational Train-
ing Committee to study the matter
from the Company's
Among points for consic





s:



‘Bonus pa Costo di
Bida ta Cambia



standpoint.
ation will
be some form of on-the-job training
for ATS and MULO graduates who|
will be entering departments directly |
as employ rather than a






Durante un reunion conjunto spe-
tudents,| cial dia 22 di Mei, Lago Employee
as well as possible changes in the| Council Representantenan di Com-
curriculum and basis for enrollment) Pania a repasa resultadonan di e
in Lago’s Vocational School. estudio pa costo di bida cu a worde
As the trend moves from Lago-| haei cu entrada di dia 1 di Mei.
sponsored to Government-sponsored epudlo. pats Ee pevae ee
vocational training, with Lago draw- ci SceLordsepida song mie 71 Pe
Y ung, zi Di acuerdo, e bonus pa costo di
ing from the ATS graduating classes , lo worde rebaha cu entrada di
and from the increasing numbers of|dia 1 di Juni, na tur empleadonan
MULO graduates seeking jobs in in-| permanente regular y di staff.
dustry, the eventual effect on op-
portunities for Aruba’s young men
remains the same. As always and
everywhere, the trained man has the
best chance of being employed and
making progress.















| Oficialnan di Lago ta Eligi

Durante reunion anual di accionis-
tanan di Lago Oil & Transport Co.,
Ltd. dia 27 di April, e siguiente di-
rectornan a worde re-eligi: J. An-
dreae, T. C. Brown, F. E. Griffin,
J. J. Horigan y O. S. Mingus.

Durante reunion di organizacion di
Junta di Directiva dia 4 di Mei, e
siguiente oficiz



29 Near Completion

Of the 29 who are nearing the end
of the ATS’s first three-year course,

nine are machinists, eight are electri-






ee : é nan a worde re-eligi:
cians, and 12 are auto mechanics. All| J. J. Horigan, presidente; C. E. Lan-
but ten of the boys have reached the ning y O. S. Mingus, vice-presidente;

age of 18. The school has 64 boys en-|'l’. C. Brown, secretario y tesorero,



| 11, 12, and 18, and at the Sociedad
Bolivariana in Oranjestad May 18
and 19. The following week the films
were shown at the Caribe, Comman-
deursbaai, La Fama, Surinam and
RCA clubs.





















Maurice C. Bates Millions are being spent through- ; E. McDonald
’ out the ribbean this year in the
Mauric> C, Bates, assistant division | construction of hotel and entertain-

| superintendent in the Acid and Edel-
eanu plant, died May 18 in New York
City. He was
of the United State
by his wi

Mr. Ba
vice. He



menent facilities for tourists.
part of the money is going into the





» he is survived | many Caribbean islands, plus hotels
and step-son. | and night clubs.

h 30 years of ser- Xe

employed by A three-month scholarship at the



d ove
first





| Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) at Casper, | University of Puerto Rico for the
1

| Wyo., in

29
| 3 lz
| Burial services were held May
| at Los Angeles, Calif.



and came to Aruba | study of home economics has been
iter. announced by the Caribbean Com-
mission. The course runs from Sep-
| tember through November.

eK

| May 11 was a sort of "Interna-
|tional Day” in San Nicolas harbor.
Tied up at Lago piers were ships
from Sweden, the United States,
Panama, Denmark, Canada, Germany,
Japan, Norway and Belgium,

seven yez



on
27

Laurens Croes





Laurens Croes, a process yardman
| in Receiving and Shipping, died May
21 at Lago Hospital. He was 49 Ss
old. A native of Aruba and a resident
of San Nicolas, he is survived by his











mother. | xo ok
Mr. Croes had 14 years and eight | Someone included — evidently by
months of service. mistake — a treatise on the develop-

ment of Aluminum production in a
request for clerical training addressed
to Lago.

Leslie J. Gritton

Leslie J. Gritton, chief mate on the
lake tanker ”Amacuro,” died May 17
in Lago Hospital. He was 48 years
old.

Mr. Gritton was born
England, and was
in 1947. He
testant cemet
18.

xx
KLM’s West India Section, which
| flew 2,811,214 miles in the Caribbean
area during 1952 without an accident,
has received the Safety Award of the
Inter-American Safety Council
the 10th successive year.
acc
Puerto Rico is enjoying an_ in-
dustrial boom. Seven new industries
have opened plants; 38 more are
scheduled.

in London,
employed by Lago
buried in the Pro-
in San Nicolas May





Antonio Kock

Antonio Kock, a pipefitter helper
A, died May 30. Thirty 2 of
age, he had Lago service of 11 years




ex
scheduled a Corona-



Trinidad has



for |

Lago paid two-thirds of the tuition
for the course at the Cayne Electrical
and Television-Radio School. Working
eight to 12 hours a day, Mr. Gittens
— the only person in the 165-member
class from outside the U.S.A. — stu-
died basic electricity and circuits,
wiring and repair, direct current,
alternating current and_ industrial
electricity.

While completing the first phase
of the course, he also attended classes
in the second phase, but his furlough
and leave of absence ran out before
he completed the work for a second
phase certificate.

In connection with his school work,
he toured Chicago-area industrial
plants.

Mr. Gittens, married and the father
of two children, was born in British
Guiana and educated at St. Domini-
cus College in Oranjestad. He started
with Lago in 1944 and is the son of
Henry P. Gittens, boilermaker fore-
man,



Ora el a caba cu di promer fase di
e curso, el a cuminza atende instruc-
cion den di segunda fase tambe, pero
su vacacion y su periodo di ausencia



cu permiso a termina promer cu el
tabata bastante avanza pa obtene e
certificato di segunda fase.

En coneccion cu su enseyanza na
school, el a haci un bishita na e
plantanan industrial den cercania di
Chicago.

Sr. Gittens kende ta casa y ta tata
di dos yiu, a nace na British Guiana
y a recibi su educacion na St. Domini-
cus College na Oranjestad. E] a cu-
minza traha cu Lago na 1944 y ta
yiu di Henry P. Gittens, foreman di

| boilermaker.

54 years old. A native building of cabanas on the shores of | Olympic 800-meter champion,





eight months. He is survived by five
children.





tion Olympics between May 31 and |a week, a Curagao
June 7. Invited to compete have been | direct, experimental shows.

Island Report ore

Millions Being Spent —
{_ onmants | = On Caribbean Resorts -

Bailey, Trinidad-born
sprinter who hol the world 100-
meter record; Herb McKenley, crack



A good | Jamaica sprinter and middle-distance

Mal U.S. and
Bob
Mathias, U.S. and Olympic decathalon
champ, Lindy Remigino, winner of
the 100-meter race at the last Olym-
pics and Rafael Fortuna, Cuba’s out-
standing sprinter. Trinidad’s fast-
flying youngster, Michael Agostini,
who beat Andy Stanfield of the U.S.,
will also compete.
x x

Surinam issued four new stamps to
commemorate the 16th meeting of
the Caribbean Commission. Surinam
played host to the commission for
the first time from May 11 to
May 14.

runner,

Whitfield,



Ox
The Rockefeller Foundation is esta-
blishing a laboratory in Port-of-Spain
for the study of virus disease. The
Wilhelmina Fund for the Eradication
of Tuberculosis set up a 45-bed TB
sanitarium at Paramaribo in Surinam.
ae
Timber has become an increasingly
important source of income through-
out the Caribbean area. Technical
assistance in its production, prepa-
ration and use is being sought from
UNESCO.
ee
are being exhibited
ilemstad Curacao. Not
store hasn’t
s — televi-



Television se
in a store in W
for as yet — the
even set prices on the se
sion is still very much in its infant
stage in Curacao. A couple of hours
ation sends out

sale




~

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





FARM MACHINES COME TO TURKEY: An instructor explains harvester operation to poys ai a Village Institute.

MAQUINA
di colecta cosecha na e hobennan di un Instituto

“Point Four” Turkish Style

Rural Institute System
Teaches Modern Methods

In an effort to bring modern agricultural means to the rural farmers
of Turkey, the Turkish Government employs a uniaue system of village
teachers and village institutes. Under the American Point Four pro-
gram and Turkish rural system, thousands of young Turks have been
sent into the most remote and backward sections of the country to act
as missionaries” of the 20th cen-,
tury or, as they are known in Turkey |
— village teachers.

The problem in these remote areas |
Is similar to that of the world’s agri- |
eultural countries. How can the bene- |
fits of the 20th century be brought
to people living on farms or in tiny |
villages far from the main concen-
trations of population. Education is
the answer — but where can teachers
be found who will be willing to work
in these out-of-the-way places. The
Turks decided to look in the village
itself. They took the bright young- |

It is a teacher’s training school, but
one would have to search far and
wide to find its like. These are not
ordinary teachers that come out of
the 21 institutes in Turkey. The gra-
duates not only can teach academic
subjects, but they can train the young
in the rudiments of science, shoe
horses, administer "first aid,” play
the mandolin and instruct their
youthful charges in the intricacies of
home economics. They do all this and
prepare their brighter pupils for
higher education in the schools of the




sters of the village and transformed | city.
them into teachers. | - hs

In the small communities of Turkey Early Exams
old-fashioned farming is tending to Each year, thousands of young

destroy the soil — bringing malnutri-
tion in its wake. Moreover, lack of
education is restricting the capacity
of the people to make use of imple-
ments that can serve to enrich their

boys and girls of about 12 years of
age sit down to competitive examina-
| tions. For every ten who take the
j test, nine are eliminated. The re-
maining one goes to the nearest vil-



lives both economically and spiri- lage institute which will be his home
tually. for the next six years.

The Turks met the challenge. They | Coming from a small farm,
established the unique institution |typical village institute youngster

which they call the Village Institute. | has never seen a piece of machinery,



MUSICAL RELAXATION: These future Turkish teachers know that
their mandolin-playing will one day enlighten the burden of the hard-
working farmers and bring pleasure to their pupils.

DISTRACCION MUSICAL: E maestronan Turco aki di futuro sabi cu
nan tocamento di mandolin un dia lo alivia e peso di trabao duro di
cunukeronan y trece alegria pa nan estudiantenan.

PA TRAHA CUNUCU TA YEGA TURKIA: Un instructor ta splica operacion di un maquina

di Districto.

| much less tampered with it. However
the machine shop will play a Lig role
in his new lite. The youthful arrival
soon that he will be «
pected to use his hands as well as



discovers



{his head. For along with the study |

of the natural sciences, mathematics,
and the Turkish language and litera-
|ture, the future teacher will take
|classes in animal husbandry, plum-
bing, farm machinery operation and
| carpentry, among many others.

| Life at the institute not easy.
|The student is up at six in the mor-
| ning and is busy until nine at night,
though, between those hours, he has
time to read and play. He well
fed on substantial but plain fare; he
|is adequately dressed in heavy trou-
| sers and a loose coat made of coarse
| rough material, a shirt also made of
rough material, black stockings and
thick sturdy shoes.

Though the student at the village
{institute pays nothing, the govern-
| ment expects him to return nine years
! of for the six years of
training he has received. However, he
paid a teacher’s salary for his
| Work, and gains the status of govern-
|ment employee with all its accruing
| benefi s.

Upon graduation, the young tea-
| cher is sent to the village that requi-
res his services. There, he receive
house and plot of land which is his
to farm. In the village, he automati-
cally becomes a member of the "coun-
| cil of aldermen,” thus he is able to

is



service



is



a



| participate in the policy-making de- |

|cisions of the leaders of the
| munity.

As the people of the more remote

com-



{a doctor, the young teacher must b
the guide in matters of health. As
the economic life of the community
| is based on agriculture, he must teach
| the farmers how to get the most from
the soil — how to make use of mo-
dern techniques aise productivity.
This is not alw The young
teacher has no power to force — on-
ly to persuade. He must combat illi-
teracy and make every effort to in-
crease the number of readers and
writers. With the level of farm in-
come rising, the teachers are called
| upon to organize village stores.
Visit United States

Only recently, a group of Tur-
kish educators, mostly in their twen-
ties, came to the United States to do
advanced work at the University of













| collective sponsorship of the Turkish
| Government and the Ford and Rocke-
| feller Foundations. Their purpose w









to participate in "Project: Rural
Education.”

| Though it antedates Point Four,
the rural institute stem, begun
|thirteen years ago is, in no small

way, an answer to the problems im-
| plicit in the American program. The
idea behind both programs is to raise
| the living standards of the vast ma-
jority of the world’s population who
live out their lives The
problem is in part economic, in part
cultural, and that the way the
Turkish Goverrment is handling it.

as farmers.





Florida. The group arrived under the |



June 5, 1





=~ Systema di Instituto Rural

Ta Sinja Medionan Moderno

Den un esfuerzo pa trece medionan moderno di agricultura pa e cu-

nukeronan campest
di maestronan di districto y



> di Turkia, Gobierno di Turkia ta usa un s

ystema



institutonan di districto, unico den e pais.

Bao e programa "Point Four” Americano (pa yuda otro paisnan) y e

systema rural di Turkia, miles
partinan mas ieuw y at



adie pa

pa traha como ”misionarionan” di
Siglo 20 of — manera nan ta conoci
na Turkia — como maestronan di
districto.

E problema den e lugarnan retira
ta similar na esun di tur paisnan
agricultural di mundo. Com e benefi-
cionan di Siglo 20 por worde treci
na hendenan bibaé den hacienda o den
pueblonan chikitonan leuw for di
centro di populacion? E contesta ta
door di educacion — pero, unda por
haya maestronan cu por ta interesa
pa traha den e lugarnan asina retira?
E Turconan a dicidi pa tira un bista
den districtonan mes. Nan a tuma e



hobennan cu talento di districto y a}

transforma nan den maestronan.
Den comunidadnan chikito di Tur-
kia estilo bieuw di agricultura ta ca-
bando cu e tera — treciendo malnu-
tricion. Ademas, falta di educacion ta
limita e abilidad di e hendenan pa
haci uso di mashinnan cu por sirbi pa
enriquece nan bida tanto economica-
mente como spiritualmente.
E Turconan a acepta e
Nan a €
unico den e



desafio.
iblece e institucion, conoci
pz





s, cual nan ta yama
Instituto di Di Esaki ta un
school pa sinja maestronan, pero
mester busca hopi leuw pa haya un
igual cu né. Nan no tin maestronan
ordinario cu ta sali for di e 21 insti-
tutonan di Turkia. E graduadonan no
solamente por duna les den temanan
academico, pero nan por sinja e ho-
bennan e promer principionan di
ciencia, tocante ponemento di hero
bao pata di cabai, duna "first aid”,
toca mandolin y instrui nan estudian-
tenan hoben e complicacionnan di eco-
nomia Tur esaki nan ta
haci y nan ta prepara nan estudiante-
nan mas inteligente pa educacion mas
halto den e schoolnan di ciudad.

ricto.





domestico.

Examinacionnan

Cada anja, miles di mucha homber
y mucha muher di
anja ta participa den examen com-
petitivo. Di cada diez cu pasa e test,
nuebe ta worde elimina. Esun cu ta
keda ta bai na e instituto di e pueblo
mas cercano na unda lo e keda e si-
guiente seis anja.

Ora nan ta bini for di hacienda chi-
kito, e hoben tipico di un instituto di
districto nunca a mira un maquina, y
{mucho menos a mishi cu uno. Sinem-
bargo, e mashin shop lo hunga un
gran papel den su bida nobo. E hoben

mas o menos 12





the | villages do not have the services of | Pronto lo descubri cu lo e mester usa



tanto su man como su cabez. Paso-
bra hunto cu e estudio di sciencia na-
| tural, reekmento, y e idioma Turco y
| literatura, e maestro di futuro lo haya
| les, entre otro, den crianza di bestia,
| plomberia, operamento di maquina di
|traha cunucu y carpenteria.

| Bida instituto no ta





na e facil. E

}estudiante mester lamta seis ‘or di|

di Turconan hoben a worde manda na e

mainta y ta keda ocupa te nueb’or di
anochi, aunque entre e oranan aki e
tin ora pa leza y hunga. El ta worde
bon alimenta cu cuminda regular pero
di forza; el ta adecuadamente bist‘
cu carson diki y un bachi traha di
material grof, un camisa traha_ di
panja grof, meya preto y zapato fuer-
te di cuero diki
Aunque e estudiante na e instituto
di districto no ta paga nada, Gobierno
ta spera pa e debolbe nuebe anja di
servicio pa e Ss anja di enseyanza
cu el a ricibi. Sinembargo, el ta wor-














de paga un salario di maestro pa su
trabao y ta haya e estado di emplea-
do di gobierno cu tur
perteneciente.

Despues di graduacion, e maestro
hoben ta worde manda na e districto
cu tin mester di su servicio. Aya, el
ta haya un cas y un pida tera cual

Den e districto,
el bira miembro
di e "Conseho di Districto”, asina el
por participa den decisionnan di e li-
dernan di e comunidad pa traha ley-
nan,

Como cu e hendenan di e pueblo-
nan mas lejano no tin e servicionan
di un dokter, e maestro hoben mester
ta e guia den asuntonan di sanidad.
Como cu bida economico di e comuni-
dad ta basa ariba agricultura, e mes-
ter sinja e cunukeronan com por saka
mas tanto for di e tera — por
haci uso di metodonan pa
aumenta cosecha. Esaki no tur sem-
per ta facil maestro hoben no tin
poder di obliga nan — sino di per-
suadi nan, E mester combati analfa-
betismo y haci tur pa au-
ntidad di esnan cu por
Mientras e nivel di
ta subi, e
pa

beneficionan







com

moderno







esfuerzo



menta e c¢
scirbi y leza.
entrada di cultivacion
| maestronan ta requeri
tiendanan di districto.

Bishita Estados Unidos

mucho tempo pasa un grupo
di educadornan Turco, mayoria di
nan den 20 anja, a yega na Estados
Unidos pa haci estudio avanza
Universidad di Florida. E grupo a
bini bao auspicio colectivo di Gobierno
Tureo y e Fundacionnan Ford y
Rockefeller. Nan obheto tabata pa
participa den e Projecto: Educacion
Campestre”’.

Aunque e systema di institute ru-
ral, cu a cuminza diez-tres anja pasa
na Turkia, tabata promer cu e Pro-
grama ”Point Four” Americano, e ta
un solucion considerable di e proble-
manan den e programa Americana. E
idea tras di ambos programa ta pa
halza e standard di bida di e gran
mayoria di populacion di mundo cu pa
semper ta hiba un bida di cultivador.
E problema en parte ta economico,
en parte ta cultural, y ta asina e Go-
bierno Turco ta tratando e problema.

establece

No



na











TURKISH FARM GIRLS KEEP BUSY: Girls at the Village Institutes

are taught how to make dresses so
future

that they may, in turn, teach their
pupils.








June 5, 1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS



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’BELLES OF BONAIRE:’ These flamingoes are the "belles of Bonaire,’ probably the

island’s most colorful attraction. Wary, difficult to photograph, they stand ankle

deep in the brine of Goto Lake most of the day, fly away at dusk to their nests
where they are pictured here.

*BELLEZA DI BONAIRE’: E flamingonan ta e ’bellezanan di Bonaire’ cu ta probable-
mente e atraccion mas pint6resco di e isla. Semper alerto y dificil pa fotografia, nan
ta para te nan enkel den e awa salo di Lago Goto mayoria parti di dia, y pro-
mer cu drentamento di solo nan ta bula bai nan neshi unda nan retrato ta saka aki.



PHOTOGRAPHIC NOVELTY: is this picture of Curagao taken from

Aruba across 42 miles of Caribbean Sea. Usually lost in haze, the

neighbor island can often be seen on a windless day, and infra-red film
helps make it visible in a photograph.

NOVEDAD FOTOGRAFICO: ta e retrato aki di Curacao saka for di
Aruba desde un distancia di 42 milja di Mar Caribe. Generalmente tapa
pa nublina, e isla vecino frecuentemente por worce mira ariba dia di

calma y film ultra-rojo ta yuda hacié visible ariba retrato. POPPY DAY: Four-year-old Le-
Roy Miller, son of LeRoy C, Miller
of the Mechanical Department, is
pictured selling to Lago President
J. J. Horigan the first poppy of
the annual Poppy Day sponsored
by the American Legion Auxiliary.
Mr. Horigan’s purchase kicked off
a drive which netted Fls. 765.56.
One half the total will be used for
veterans’ rehabilitation; the other

half for child welfare.





DIA DI ”POPPY”: LeRoy Miller,
yiu homber di cuatro anja di Le-
Roy C. Miller di Mechanical Dept.,
ta munstra aki bendiendo e pro-
mer poppy” na Presidente di La-
go J. J. Horigan durante e Dia
di ”’Poppy” anual organiza bao
auspicio di American Legion Auxi-
liary. E compro di Sr. Horigan a
cuminza e campanja cu a monta un
total neto di Fis. 765.56.



we

PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTOGRAPHS PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTO-

GRAPHING PHOTOGRAPHER: Esso News Photographer Norman

Singh, with an eye on a complicated caption, took this picture of Jose

de Cuba, Public Relations Department employee, taking a picture of

himself and the American School of Photography certificate he earned
after completing a two-year correspondcuce course.



FOTOGRAFO TA FOTOGRAFIA FOTOGRAFO FOTOGRAFIANDO

UN FOTOGRAFO: Fotografo di Esso News Norman Singh, cu un wowo

ariba un titulo complica, a saca e portret aki di Jose de Cuba, empleado

di Departamento di Relaciones Publicas, sakando un retrato di su mes y

di e certificado di fotografia di American School cu el a ricibi despues
di a completa un curso di correspondencia di dos anja.







MUSIC-MAKER: A
former Lago employ-
ee has gathered to-
gether one of the most
popular musical orga-
nizations in the Ca-
ribbean area. He is
John A. Bennett (third



FIRST VISIT: Mrs. Betty Crawford (left), member of the national exe-

cutive committee of the Ame n Legion Auxiliary from the Panama

Canal Zone, was the first executive committee member to visit the paabe
Se Be ah teres iary. She is pictured presenting a prize to \ Katherine

from left, back row) Honey (center) for enrolling the most members and to Mrs. J. V. Eder

cho By CLUDE ac ate for the best allround annual report

Eustatius last July Sree On Gea nmUs Lepore.

and formed the Unit-














ed Nine, pictured here PROMER BISHIT. Sra. Betty Crawford (banda robez), miembro di
on an engagement in comité ehecutivo nacional di American Legion Auxiliary pa Zona ¢i Pa-
Sint Maarten. H. V. nama Canal, tabata e promer mbro di comité checutivo pa bishita
Arnaud (third from Post 1 Auxiliary. El ta munstré aki presentando un prijs na Sra. Ka-
left, front row) is also therine Honey (centro) como el a alista mas miembro y na Sra. ae Ve



an ex-Lagoite. Eder pa e mehor informe anual completo.
a





Aruba Team Takes 1st,
Draws 2nd Cricket Match

A Lago Sport Park cricket ‘11,’
field, came home
the Shell Sports Association with a

powerful at bat and fast in the

from two Whitsuntide weekend matches against

victory in a one-day match, a draw

in a two-day test match and the cup for which both teams annually

compete.

Bowler Arthur Shockness lead
Aruba’s scoring in the opening match |
May by scoring 61 runs and cap-
turing three wickets for six runs.
Teammate Matthew John took second |
scoring honors with 55 runs in the |







match which ended with Aruba
posting 227 for nine compared to
a ao’s 61 for all.

Two players named Frank — Mar-

tindale and Bryan — turned out to be
Aruba’s most productive batsmen in |
the test match played May 24 and
25 and which ended in a draw.
Curacao opened the play and scored
207 runs. C. Hooker chalked up 66
runs before being run-out and Ray-
mond Charles annexed 34 _ before
Aruba came to bat. Crack Batsmen
M. John, O. Ifill and E. Alkins were
retired and the scoreboard read 13
for 3.
Bowler J.










Beazer next retired C.

| NAMES |
in the

|_ MAJOR | EAGUES

Johnny Mize of the New York
Yankees recently set a new American
League mark for pinch hits. He hit
in five consecutive appearance as a
pinch hitter.

KI

Think you have a big hand? Com-
pare yours with Gil Hodges, Brook-|
lyn Dodgers’ first baseman. His span)
12 inches. Pee Wee Reese, Dodger
shortstop, says Hodges doesn’t need
a glove, but wears one because it’s
ronventional.

nC |

Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh
Pirates hit his 300th home run the
other day and joined an exclusive
group of 12 baseball greats who have |
hit 300 or more. Babe Ruth leads the
group with 714 homers. Only other





active player today in the slugging
circle of homer hitters is Johnny

Mize of the Yankees with



Sc xtaes

Mickey Vernon of the Washington
Senators had his 20-game batting |
streak stopped by the Yankees’



Whitey Ford. Ford defeated Wash-
ington 7—2 with a five-hitter in)
posting s fourth victory with a)
lose.

once

Reports that members of the Cin-
cinnati Redlegs had demanded the
dismissal of their manager, Rogers
Hornsby, have been denied by Gabe
Paul, Redleg general manager, and
Graddy Hatton, Redleg player repre-
sentative. Hornsby returned to the
majors last year as manager of the
St. Louis Browns where he was dis-
charged when players objected to his
methods.

eX

Bob Feller, Cleveland’s one-time
‘fire-baller,’ says he hopes to hurl one
more no-hit game which would
be his fourth — before hanging up
his spikes. No one has done it yet.

xx x

Jim Busby has been called the
"greatest fly-catcher we’ve ever had”
by Washington Senators owner Clark
Griffith.

xxx

‘Thirty-one-year-old Don Bollweg, a
rookie cast-off of the Cardinals, has
nailed a starting post with the
Yankees. Casey Stengle said the In-
dians would be the team to beat and
Bollweg helped to just that. On May
13 he hit a homer with two aboard,
pushed Mickey Mantle into scoring
position with a sacrifice and kicked
off a four-run rally which gave the
Yanks a 9—4 win over Cleveland.

jand 21—17.

| weekend _ bil





And he starred at first base.

Linton who had added 30
Aruba’s score when Frank Martin-
dale, the fleet-footed
came to bat with Frank Bryan, and
the Curagao ficlders started to get a
work-out.

Martindale, batting aggressively
and Bryan, swinging cautiously, put
on a display of first-class internatio-
nal cricket. When he failed by only
seven runs to reach the coveted
century,’ Martindale was caught oxt
near the boundary and Captain Cyril
Brown closed the inning with
runs for nine wickets.

Martindale scored 93 runs, Bryan
46, Linton 30, R. Walker and
Shockness 23 before Curacao took
over and added 59 for 5 when stumps
were drawn and the match ended in a
draw.

Brown, who skippered the Lago
Sport Park team when the Aruba-
Curacao series opened more than a|
decade ago, received an ovation from |
the crowd as the match ended.

The Sport Park’s table tennis}
entrant, Charles Bergland of the E
Dining Hall, had little trouble dis-
posing of N. Bristol by 21—12, 21—19








or
27





Well-known Joe ”Slappy” Arrias,
the Sport Park’s cue star, took the |
ard honors but the |
park’s tennis duo did not fare so well.
C. Batson lost his singles match and |
Batson and J. La Cruz lost their
doubles maten.

Sport Park Field
Gets New Dugouts







Two new dugouts and a backstop
been ordered for the eastern
eball diamond of the Lago Sport
Park, Park Board members were told
at th last meeting.

Lago’s Mechanical Department was
scheduled to construct the dugouts
and backstop which were requested
by the board to improve and extend
the facilities.

The board was also told that two
lighted bulletin boards have been
erected at the new west gate en-
trance; that a water cooler for use
by contestants had been located be-
tween the grandstan nd that an-
other had been centrally located for
use by spectators and that drainage
of the playing surface would be im-
proved.











OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Here’s

one way to see a ball game. This

group of fans selected an appro-

priate tree overlooking Wilhelmina

Stadium and from their comforta-

ble perch watched the recent base-
ball series.

MIRANDO DI PAFOR: Esaki ta
un manera pa mira un wega. E
grupo di amantenan di deporte aki
a escoge un palo apropiado for di
cual nan por mira paden Wilhel-
mina Stadion y for di nan asiento
comodo nan a mira e reciente serie
di beisbol.

runs to

heavyweight,

| Aruba a expresa nan gratitud pa e;

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



WILHELMINA ACTION: Action
in the batter’s box and at first
| during Aruba’s 3 — 2 victory over
Santo Domingo is shown here. Nel
Harms, who pitched Aruba to its
victor. takes a healthy cut
(right). Following the game he
received a trophy as the outstand-
ing player. Aruba won two and
lost one during the Whitsuntide
series and came in second behind
Venezuela. The series winner took
all three games played. The only
loss experienced by the home team
was administered by the Venezue-
lans in the first game of the
series. The South American visi-
tors defeated Aruba 12—2.












|Curagao Retains Annual Trophy



Esso Net Team Defeated 6-3

The Curacaosche Sport Club’s tennis team retained possession
the S. L. Maduro trophy Whitsuntide weekend by taking six of nine
matches from the Esso Tennis Club.

Playing May 23 and 24 at the Lago Colony courts, the visiting Cura-




cao squad scored victories in men’s singles, ladies’ singles, men’s
doubles, ladies’ doubles, mixed doubles |
|}and second men’s singles.

The Esso players won the third | Iren> Hamelers and Mrs. J. Freundel
| men’s singles, ond men’s doubles | (E) 6. ; Mixed Doubles: Vera





and Chumaceiro



and third men’s doubles. 3randwijk-Nodelijk














| Results: | (C) defeated B. Sluyter and Dr. Ken-

Men’s Singles: Henk Rudolf (C)|neth Axelson (E) G—8, 6—4; 2nd
| defeated Dirk v.d. Linden (E) 6- | Men’s Singles: Mario Schotborgh (C)
j3—0; Ladies’ Singles: Eve Jansen | defeated William v.d. Heuvel (EB)
(C) defeated Mrs. Zena Wright (E) | G—1, 6—1; 2nd Men’s Doubles: G. G.
|6—4, 6—4; Men’s Doub Norman | Corrington and Clifford Whelan (E)





Chumaceiro and
defeated Leon

Ose: (C) | defeated Oreste Burghardt and J. v.d.
Amman and L. S./ Brugge (C) 4—6, 6 and 7— rd
McReynolds (I) 6—3, 6—4; Ladies’) Men’s Doubles: Robert Dorwart and
Doubles: M J: Brugge and/Gene Goley (E) defeated Henry Ma-
Louise G. Casseres (C) defeated Mrs.|duro and Herman Leyba (C) 6—0,
6—4; 8rd Men’s Singles: Earl Pughe
(E) defeated M. Verwoerd (C) 6—0,

‘Funcionarionan di School °
ta Gradici Lago pa Yu-
|danza Den Encuentro |
|Deportista












Don’t Park Scooters
At Dispensary Site

With construction underway
the new dispensary, scooter d
ers are requested not to park
their vehicles there overnight. A
new parking ar west of No. 2
Foam Truck has been
established for overnight scooter
parking. This area will be marked
off and suitable signs erected.



Funcionarionan di Schoolnan di



yudanza cu empleadonan di Lago y
Compania a duna nan den organiz
cion di e promer Encuentro Atletico
y Deportista di Schoolnan di e isla}
na Lago Sport Park dia 8 di Mei.
Den un carta na Presidente J. J.
Horigan, e funcionarionan di
a bisa cu ”e buena voluntad y
za di empleadonan a impresiona nos
y nos ta spera cu ainda mas coopera- |
cion e evento deportista aki lo bira| = .
un tradicion na eee Nos sigue Social Happenings )
nan ta aprecia e gesto di boso masha
tanto y cu entusiasmo lo nos entrena
nos muchanan pa anja cu bini.”
Empleadonan di Lago, fuera di a
yuda organiza e encuentro, cu a atrae
un 175 participante den concursonan
di siete schoolnan mas halto, a yuda
como funcionario durante e curso di| xxx
e eventonan. | Miss Carmen Koolman of Sabaneta
E carta tabata firma pa Frere| and Antonio M. de Cuba, a classifier
Franciscus y J. M. Koopmans di St.| in the laundry, were married May 28
Dominicus College, E. C. L. Bergen, at the Sacred Heart Church in Saba-
| Instructor Fisico di Schoolnan di ne A reception was held at 8 Rui
Aruba, Frere Vincentius di St. Domi- ae ae :
CUE RCO Geshe ameres catusias Clots | erase cpcdyinidi Sean:
Augustinus College," O."D. I ausquin | chief coordinator pa cuentro. E.
di Juliana School, C. Westrate di|y_ Lloyd di Colony Service Depart-
Abraham de Veer School y G. Ame-| ment a sirbi di chief juez di e en-
link di School Technico di Aruba. ‘ cuentro.







eae ae ae eG

Ne ee

Miss Audrey Marple of Calgary,
Alberta, Canada and William Buch
nan of the Technical Service Depar
ment were married in Oranjestad
May 23.

















June 5, 1953



Aruba Places Second In Baseball Series























ACCION DEN WILHELMINA
STADION: Accion den caha di
Batidor y pa promer bez durante
e victoria di 3 — 2 di Aruba ariba
Santo Domingo ta munstra aki.
Nel Harms, kende a pitcha trecien-
do victoria pa Aruba, aki riba ta
haci un bunita swing. Despues di
e wega el a ricibi un trofeo como
ee hungador mas_ sobresaliente.
Aruba a gana dos y perde una di
e weganan cu a worde hunga den
serie teni durante di Pentecoste.



School Officials
Send Lago Thanks
For Helping Meet

of





Aruba school officials have ex-
pressed their thanks for the help
Lago employ and the Company
gave them in aging the island’s

first Inter-Scholastic Track and Field
Meet at the Lago Sport Park May 8
In a letter to President J. J. Hori-








gan, the schoo! officials said the
employe *yeadiness and helpfulness
struck us and we do hope that with

even greater cooperation this sports
will tradition in
Our schools appreciate this
sry much and with
all train our boys

event become a
Aruba.

gesture of yours






enthusiasm we s
for next year.”



Lago employees, in addition to
helping set up the meet which
attracted some 175 contestants from
seven high schools, ved as offi



during the runnir of the.even

The letter was signed by Fr. Frz
ciscus and J. M. Koopmans of
Dominicus College, E. C. L. Bergen,
Aruba school system physical educa-
tion instructor, Fr. Vincentius of St.
Dominicus College, Fr. Canisius of
St. Augustinus College, C. D. Iraus-
}quin of Juliana School, C. Westrate
of Abraham de Veer School, and G.
Amelink of Aruba Technical School.

H. S. Goodwin of the Technical
Service Department served as chief
coordinator for the meet. E. M. Lloyd
of the Colony Service Department
| served as chief judge of the meet.













‘Holland Sends Thanks
‘For Aruba Flood Aid

Officials of the National Disaster
Fund of Holland have expressed the
country’s thanks for Aruba’s gift of
$200,000 "which is obvious proof of
/the sympathy felt in all layers of
the community in Aruba toward the
victims in the Netherlands.”

P. Alons, director of the fund, said
in a letter to J. van der Schoot, se-
cretary of the Aruba Helps Nether-
lands Committee, "On behalf of all,
I wish to thank you most sincerely







bi di/for your important contribution and

request you to convey our thanks to



those who have contributed toward
this end.”














ARUBA ESSO NEWS

i

June 5, 1953





51 years of service,
At left Gregorio Leo, operator of the Marine
and Marine
Arthur Harman, a shift foreman in Receiving and Shipping, is pictured

Two long-time Lago employees, with a total of more than

TWO VETERANS RETIRE:
retired May 1 and their fellow-workers remembered the date.

Department’s tug ”Noord,” is shown receiving a clock and a check from T. J. Phillips

Department co-workers. At right

receiving a scroll and check from Ralph Watson and other R&S employees.
service; Mr. Harman more than 23.

Mr. Leo had over 28 years of

DOS VETERANO TA RETIRA: Dos empleado di Lago cu hopi tempo di servicio, en total mas cu 51 anja, a

retira dia 1 di Mei y nan companjeronan di trabao a recorda e fecha. Banda robez Gregorio Leo, operator di

e remolcador “Noord”, di Marine Department ta recibiendo un oloshi y un check for di T. J. Phillips na nom-

ber di su companjeronan di trabao. Na banda drechi Arthur Harman, un shift foreman den Receiving &

Shipping, ta recibi un scroll y check for di Ralph Watson y otro empleadonan di R&S. Sr. Leo tabatin mas
cu 28 anja di servicio; Sr. Harman mas cu 23.











"Where Did They Go?”

| Kibra tacka

(Continued from page 1)

Curacao Racing Pigeons

| year and partly because its blossoms
last only two or three days.



” ”
| lave Flown The oop If the Kibra Hacha is to bloom, it
| must have a good rain about two or
For the past two weeks Curacao pigeon fanciers have been ee ee ee a eae
5 5 ‘ : 2 Ks % a a 2, ch is a e las yee
anxiously pen wie skies, scratching their heads and wondering, ineMay womathettistiwecieiner ies
Where did they go? Rains of sufficient quantity during

Puzzled, confused, the bird owners nee also come in for some | the first part of May are rare in|

ribbing from their friends who’ve ——— > | Aruba. This year, plentiful rains at
been asking the same question. No bring them back. The first bird into just the right time brought the blos- |














































one has come up with an answer, and its home coop is the winner. soms out in all their glory.
the situation has taken on the name The trees might have blossomed |
of the Missing Pigeon Mystery Birds Seldom Fail during the week, but the flowers are |
Like pigeon owners everywhere, 5 leasily blown off by the wind and do
the Curacao spor en stage races The birds believed sk be guided By not last more than two or three days.
for their birds. They ship them to a| aM instinctive ’compass’ which oper-|1¢ tnat had happened, only a few of|
distant point, have them released | ates in conjunction with the earth’s ithe ndia renidenta would have been
and count on their homing instinet to, Magnetic core, seldom fail. When | likely to see them. This year, the
‘on the beam’ they frequently travel | yaa Meant a ee, or ihe
‘hundreds of miles over land and sea Whitsuntide holiday ee ak
and ive unerringly at home. stab . sate oe :
NEW ARRIVALS = 22 ‘ bined to produce a beautiful sight at
Ae DeRe ae Tee Le | Ae Mairi a Ce: ere core ime aioe een
Curacao traimers packed up their Ad open tancnibnaiaal denon raben
May 15 {hirde ; eae nen E + - ey s , > ‘a
SIMILEER, Epifanio G. - LOF: A daugh-| birds the week of May 10 and! iyacha \ pientiful in Aruba. But
= shipped them off to Bonaire, then the tre name, when translated from
i e tree's name, 2 ransle
mardino - Marine Office sat back to await the race May 17. Pantaimenta sidete a ioae anee aaree
NAS. - Rec, & Ship.: A daugh- The morning of the 17th dawned. ie th i a ae By cues oo rental
t axine Henriette ee aa lees tayo s the tree’s wo s very hard and |
IGNACIO, ine He 1 Lab No. 1:|Highty-two birds — rested, fed Bae ene orE highly desirable for buil-
A son, Victor Be: ready to go — were taken out to the dine suhion Agein ie Aerts
May 16 release point and set free. Up they} >) ee mee ese :
FORTUNE, M eras wooden vessel. So the story goes that
RTUD Malcolm - Marine: A son, Al-| rose midst a clatter of wings, made ‘
bert McNutt al Be BAckian a Eo eere ene ee all but a few of the trees were cut
z ss back « or ge A
May 17 piesa i - re ..,,|down for use by the shipbuilders.
Sera oe z gs and then set off over Z
» Reuben R. - M & C Pipe: A son, | aie “ ms ~,,; It takes many years for trees to|
reum Bruno. blue Caribbean for Curacao 60} a : :
William —Ghipsard: A. aco, miles “awa, grow to maturity. Some kinds
Adolph Pedro | Fame |— mahogany is a good example —
a . oe
; May 18 | jaa taieR at | are not big enough for use as lumber
ALE ER Mario - LOF: A son, Mike Owners Wait until they are more than one hundred
P uuis - Lake Fleet: A son, Frank- | years old. The Giant Redwoods in




: their coops the owners waited,

wung aloft to catch sight of | 's old.

are thousands of yed

STE
; aa
in California

oy.














May 19 2 useful as ay |nearer the surface where it car
DIJKHOFF, Moac 2” - Rie e Gaotien n | thewtinet) bird iwhich was expected i, An ce ie a = 2 use see AS sR nearer ae aurtes here ae ae
>, . a 3 xrow ae east |S 2 r growing plants. is
son, Alberto Pe: make the trip in about one hour. mus be a owed o grow for at east some good for growing plants. his
1 “ Et: cs 60 years. Pine grows much faster,|is because most trees have extensive
May 20 The hour passed, but no bird : A : |
K, Norman J. - TSD Process: Alstreaked across the Curacao. shore but the wood is soft and so is not|root systems that spread out and
ey od pe eeePol . carrying victory on its Winge ’'T he suitable for many types of structures. |down. In some kinds of trees, the
ans - ao ‘olice win « s 3 s zs. 3 r. R = aa = oe 4 - % nah Norges tal st a “ =
hielma Ludwina & Cirma wind is wrong,” one trainer said to Nature, it seems, needs more time to | roots cover a bigger space below the

Austin A. - Colony Co
n, Alvin Elric,
EWING CHOW, Shayle K. -

lations: A daughter,

turn out fine things than it requires
for things of poo quality.



nother without much conviction. A
second hour, a third, passed without



Industrial Re-
Glenna




































Lynn, ; zs ; 7 : | > recent flur i S-
aa |a sight of the birds. The wind theory The recent flur : of zoldenablog
ere : May 2: fe aeahandoned “|soms on Aruba’s hillsides shows that
ETIED + Ivan G, - TSD Lab No. 1: ae ae . a t S aes “
daughter. | As speculation on the birds’ where- the island is still capable of RUDE
| abouts began to grow, a report came a fing, heathy iuree! ye ONE
& C Yard: A]in that on2 had made it! Then an-|?° ake BD) think of a ee only
LOF: A daughter, Other! ‘Then ‘the reports stopped, | asa oounce os lumber. A tree is much
stein, | hough they waited all that Sunday, |More than that
Maint.: 1 the owners sighted no more of their| A tree gives shade. It can turn a
go Ind. Relations: | birds. | hot, dusty spot into a natural open-
Sandra. ”Where did they go?” an owner) air patio.” A place with a tree be-
DE JONGH fist eaeenis as asked as evening fell, "where did|¢omes pleasant. A place to sit, to re-|
epee ok ei tak rors | those 80 pigeons go?” | lax, to contemplate the world around |
REED, Lab No, 1: A us, or if you like, a place to sleep
DOS Ri = LOR wAVaadehe a while before traveling on.
ter, Jessica Anu. Forward Correct A tree brings rain. Yes, it does. |
May 25 Provided it has enough of its cousins |
DALRY MELE, Maurice . Cracking: A Address To News in the immediate neighborhood, a|
HINDS, Milton - M Carsiaiouass Sd tree can keep the air cool enough|
as tg btex, aenvaanG sy AW Increasing numbers of copies of the | to allow ing clouds to drop their
ghter Beattlcn ‘Olga fess Aruba News, customarily deli- | precious burden of rain drops. If you
ES OME @Neascio - M & © Boiler: A son,|Vvered by mail, have been returned | don’t believe this, next time you are
ee marked Addr Unknown” or | at the beach, take off your shoes and
JUDDAN, Ovid eateaient: A son, Elgin Wrong Address.” stand for a moment in the sand where
Anthony, ese J If your copy of the News has been| the sun has been be ating down for |











aaa year, delivered by mail, and deliveries | several hours. Then, if you can find |
BACCHUS, Sattaur - M & C: A daughter,| have been interrupted because your | one, walk un a tree. The bottom|
Rectetanin Aca aadreas is no longer that which is of your feet will tell you the diffe-
included in the News mailing list,| rence a tree can m:

TRC - May 28 will you forward your current address A tree holds water the ground.

ROMP, Federico a Paar Office: A son, | to: When rain falls, it drains downward
GRUBB, Dr. Paul A. - Dr. Reeve's office: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd. | through the ground in a proc

GIBRa enter. He Roe Public Relations Department called “leaching.” In sandy _ soils, |

- = © jee son, >; icati s ivisi i r i
WERNET, Francisc) Reatard Publications Division leaching es place faster than in|

A son,



Aruba, N.W.I. ‘heavy soils. But in any kind of soil, |

|for many of its comforts. Even
though the day of the sailing ship,
the wagon, and the wood-burning |
train has passed, today wood is

| Furniture, hou

x



Two Marine E

Take Top CYI

mployees
Awards

Two Marine Department employees — L. E. Marchena and L. Brad-

shaw — took down the top "Coin

Your Idea’ awards made for sug-

| gestions discussed during February.

Mr. Bradshaw, who works in the

Shipyard, suggested that an airline

| be run to the repair dolphin in the harbor. His idea was acted upon





|

|

and it was found that a saving in

ships’ repair time was effected. He

was paren Fls. 500.

| Mr. Marchena was given Fls. 350

jas a aipeimen y award for his

proposal that worn out automobile

tires be draped over the bows of tugs

|to protect the rope bow nets.

|

| Accounting Department

F. V. Lacle Fls. 30

A. A. Thijsen Fis. 25
Col. Serv. Department

S. Romain Fls. 30

E. Bacchus Fls. 20

B. Luydens Fls. 20

| Industrial Relations

fee Sylvan Fls. 25

| J. N. Maduro Fls. 20

| B. Schoonmaker Fis. 20

| Lago Police Department

P. D. Wallace Fils. 30

Marine Department

| L. Bradshaw Fls. 500

| Install air line to repair dolphins.

L. E. Marchena Fis. 350

Bow net - tugs

C. R. Hoffman Fls. 175

Proposed methed of fairing plates in

welded & riveted ships.



Russell John Fis. 60
| Increase width of walkway - Dry dock
launch No. 9

Medical Department
H. H. Annamunthodoo Fls. 75
Provide pedestrian walkway from bus
shelter (Main & Tenth) to Hospital.
Mechanical Department
Administration |
C. S. Wilson Fls. 50
Use proper gaskets for testing bund- |
les & shellac. |

|





| Storehouse
| J. Annamunthodoo
Machinist

Fls. 20

G. L. Brown Fis. 100 |
| Install thrust plate in outboard bear-

la housing - no. 3 & 4 tar pumps -
ic: no. 1 - 8
Te Fe Holtane Fls. 50

| Specially designed tool for grinding
| terrazzo floor - New Esso Club.
O. E. Wernet Fls. 30




O. Wernet Fls.
G. A. Anderson Fils.
1. Croes Fls.

| where there is a tree, the water stays





ground than the branch ind leaves





do above. It is this spreading root
system that holds water in the
ground,

A tree gives wood. Not long ago, |
much of the world depended on wood





in growing quantities.
hard-wood floors,

y kinds of cloth =|
|
|

needed ever





most paper, mar
these are some of the things made
from wood. Mar things require
special wood. The bearings for ship’s
propellers, for example, can best be
made from lignum vitae, an extre- |
mely hard wood that is also found in |
Aruba.








Today, much of the world’s fine
wood is disappearing, except in places
where a few courageous men are
fighting to ve it. And trees can be



encouraged and grown, much like any |




other crop. |

And, as proved an Whitsuntide!
weekend, a_ tree gives beauty.
Throughout the Caribbean and in

many other sub-tropical parts of the
world, flowering trees abound. But |
none has blossoms quite as lovely as
the fragile golden petals of the Ki-
bra Hacha. Perhaps the Kibra Hacha
— sturdy and useful as it is beauti-

of

Walter Arrindell



Fls. 20
Electrical
J. R. Beaujon Fis. 35
J. Thomas Fls. 20
J. Muller Fis. 20
Instrument
J. F. Tromp
L. E. Peterson
F. Llewellyn
L. E. Peterson 2a
Carpenter
Cc. L. London Fls. 25
Yard
E. Werleman Fls. 30
M. Lewis Fls. 20
Process Department
Acid & Edeleanu
P. Nicolaas Fils. 25
L. Lewis Fls. 20
Cat. & L.E.
J. A. Steele Fls. 40
R. Hartogh 2a Fis. 30
R. Hartogh Fis. 25
T. H. Lie Kwie Fls. 20
A. L. Lampkin Fils. 20
J. Pereira Fils. 20
Cracking
F. A. Braaf
R. C. Abendanon
S. B. Francis
A. Tjon

C. E. Jermain
N. van Vollevelde
P. I. Zagers
W. Lewis
O. Dowling
S. B. Francis
Rec. & Shipping
J. A. Osborn
L. Barriteau
C. A, Campbell Fis.
V. Jansen Fis.
Technical Service Department
Laboratories



Fis.
Fils.
Fis. 2

Fils.
Fis.



F. O. Sarran Fls. 20
Engineering Department
E.LG.

EK. V. de Randamie Fils. 20

Process Control
B. Lampe Fls
A. Rahim
G. Echelson
N. C. Baptiste
Ratcliff



First Japanese Ship
Since WW II Docks

The first ship of Japanese re-
gistry to call at Aruba since the end

of World War II tied up at San
Nicolas harbor the morning of
May 10.



2 was the 135,000 barrel tanker
ma Maru, loading gasoline for






1. Only two other ships of
Japanese registry have docked at
San Nicolas since Lago located at
Aruba. One was a tanker, the other



a whaling factory.

Two Corrections

The

name of Henriette Gomes,
1 the healthiest baby in the up-






x-months class of the Lago
Nu Glee Club’s Health Week con-
test, was incorrectly spelled "Gumbs”

in the last issue of the Esso News.



E. Erasmus V. Figoroa




Pictures of Lago Comm ry Advi-
sory Committee Candidates Vincente
Figoroa and Eduardo Erasmus were
incorrectly identified in the last issue
the Esso News. Their pictures,









ful — is back in Aruba to stay.

correctly

amed, appear above.


ound We Go

Round and

HILL-BILLY HI-JINX: Children from

version of

pictured doing their own

the Dakota Playground are
the "Virginia Reel” during a

Mother’s Day variety program staged May 11 at the Sociedad Boli-
variana by the playground’s board of directors.
HILL-BILLY HI-JINX: Muchanan di Speeltuin Dakota ta munstra aki
presentando nan mes version di "Virginia Reel” durante un programa

varia cu a worde ehecuta dia 11 di

Mei na ocasion di Dia di Mama na

Sociedad Bolivariana.

Un Leyenda Bieuw ta Conta Nos
Pakiko Rayonan di Solo ta Kima

Na India ta corre e historia cu Biento, Solo y Luna a worde invita pa
un fiesta grandi. Nan mama, Strea Mayor, tamhe tabata invita pa e

fiesta. Pero Mama Strea mester a

keda cas pa tira vista ariba cielo.

El a duna su yiunan, Biento, Solo y Luna permiso pa bai fiesta.

En berdad tabata un fiesta mara-
villoso cu hopi tayo grandi di cumin-
da. E mehor tabatin pa come y bebe
y tur hende tabata goza masha tanto.

Solo y Biento tabata diverti nan
mes asina tanto cu nan a lubida hen-
teramente arika Mama Strea, cu a
keda cas.

Pero Luna si no a lubida. El a war- |

da algo di e cosnan delicioso cu el a
haya pa su mzma.

Ora cu e fiesta a caba y_ Solo,
Biento y Luna a bai cas, Mama
Strea a puntra nan com nan a pasa
na fiesta.

Solo y Biento a conta tocante tur
e cosnan cu a pasa na fiesta.

Luna a bisa, ”Mi tabatin duele cu
Mama Strea no por a bai fiesta, y
mi a trece tur e cos dushinan aki
pa bo.”

"WAKE ME EARLY, MOTHER

Mama Strea a gradici su yiu Luna
pa su bon corazon, pero el a keda ra-
bia cu Solo y Biento cu tabata pen-
sa solamente zriba nan mes.

Asina Mama Strea a bisa Solo,
”Pa castiga bo egoismo, for di awor
hend= lo tin miedo di bo pa bo rayo-
nan caliente y nan lo cubri nan cabez
ora bo sali.”

Y na Biento, Mama Strea a bisa,
|”Hende lo huy for di bo, pasobra
nan lo teme peligro for di bo.”

Pero cu Luna el a bisa, *Hende-
nan lo duna bienvenida na bo rayo-
nan noble y admira bo y nan lo scirbi
poéma den bo claridad.”

Y asina ta te awe na India.

1 ta busca abrigo contra
liente y ta sconde pa bientonan pi-

. Pero cu ansiosidad nan ta spera

iba claridad di luna.

Hen-

solo

DARLING

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Can you imagine
Stan Musial toting
his trusty ash and
stepping up beside the
plate all dolled up in
long blue flannel trou-

2 tight fitting at
the ankles, and we
ing blue mohair
hat?

Back in 1846 in
{the days when the
New York Knicker-
|bockers started out
jas the first famous
| baseball team in his-
| tory — that was the
| way the players were
| outfitted. On the June
| day the Knickerboc-
| kers crossed bats with
{the New York Nine
| at Hoboken, they
came home trailing
on the short end of a
23 to 1 score, but no-
body ever forgot what
a stunning spectacle
they had made in
their blue trousers
; and hat.

r-
a

Babe Ruths was the wearing of flam-
ing neckties. The colors these
fairly outdazzled the rainbow at
times; they would make the wearer
conspicuous in any crowd. The player

ec
of

EARLY BASEBALL PLAYERS
WERE A 8/GHT 70
BEHOLD - THEY WORE
LONG TROUSERS AND
EVEN NECKT/EG-

ANP THE FATTER TOLD
THE PITCHER
WHERE 70 THROW-

7a)

AN UMP/RE HAD

1) DIGNITY IN THOSE DAYS-
HE WORE A TOP HAT
AND SATIN A

June 5, 1953

Extra dignity was
added to the game by
the old-time umpire.
He usually wore a
frock coat and a top
hat, and to make his
resemblance to a jud-
ge of law all the plai-
ner, he took his time
about rendering deci-
sions. But it was no-

d that he kept a
safe distance when-
ever there was any
danger of his plug hat
connecting with a pop
fly. As a rule, the
umpire always sat in
a chair and had a nice
big umbrella over his
head to keep off the
sun.

Umpires had plenty
of power in the old
day In the time-
yellowed —scorebooks
of the Knickerbockers
are plenty of cases
where a marginal note
appears beside a play-

| brogan of that era. Cleats were un-|er’s name: "Fined by the umpire”.
Another unique custom of pioneer| known, but the soles were full of

never had to worry about a four-in- |

hand knot, for the ties were all put
together beforehand. All he did was
to place it against his collar, throw
the long end around his neck, and
push the smal! end through a hole.
He gave a smart pull, wriggled his
neck several times, hitched the end
to a pin, and there he was, a!l ready
for 26 innings.

The

players

| Interesting Facts

— Mount Fuji, Japan’s sacred v
cano, has not erupted in nea
ye

by the
familiar

early
”Hum”

shoes worn

were the

rs.

— The Egyptians recognized and
made use of steam power long before
the birth of Christ.

— The population of
nine per cent Swedish.

Finland is

— The king cobra is the world’s
largest poisonous sni and has been
| known to reach a length of 18% feet.

:” Eleven-year-old Rita Arrias might well have whispered this

line from the famous children’s poem as she went to bed May 1, for the next day she was to be crowned

"Queen of the May” of Lago Heights. The daughter of J. W. 4

rrias of t

he Equipment Inspection Group, she

is pictured (center) with her court at her coronation.
"LAMTA MI TEMPRAN, MAMA DUSHI:” Rita Arrias, 11 anja, por bien a bisa e palabranan di e poema
di mucha aki ora el a bai drumi dia 1 di Mei, pasobra su siguiente dia el a worde corona "Reina de Mayo”
di Lago Heights. Rita, cu ta yu di J. W. Arias di Equipment Inspection Group, ta munstra aki cu su da-
manan di cort2 na ocasion di su coronacion.

wooden pegs. Sometimes these pegs
worked loose. A player had to watch
out then or he might find himself
taking a nasty spill as he rounded
Ss.
Say Where
At the very beginning pitchers
were polite to the batter. When the
latter stepped up to the plate, he
would hold out his hand — shoulder
high, waist high, or knee high. He
did this to indicate what kind of a
pitch he liked best, and it was up
to the moundsman to suit him. If
he had asked for a low one and it
came in around the armpits, that was
not a strike but a ball.

Speaking of money, though, it was
a long time before the fans approved
of professional baseball. About the
er to go against the pre-
vailing notion that players should
never be paid was Harry Wright. He
went to Cincinnati in 1867 and made
the Red Stockings the most f:
in Amer But
his players received would hardly be
considered pocket money beside the
pay of modern stars of the game.
George Wright, his star shortstop.
drew only $1,400. Actually, the
average not over $800 — only
one-hundredth of the annual salary
of some famous latter-day headliners.

nous
team

was

Pitcher di Beisbol Bieuw
Tabata Masha Beleeft

Bo por imagina bo Stan Musial cargando su bat fiel y parando banda
di e plate” tur bisti den carson blauw di flanel, preta te na su enkel,

y cu un sombre di lana blauw bisti?
Asina e hungadornan tabata bisti na 1846

Knickerbockers a cuminza e
equipo famoso di beisbol den historia.
Ariba dia di Juni cu Knickerbocker-
nan a cruza bat cu e equipo New
York Nine na Hoboken nan a bolbe
eas derrota cu un score di 23 pa 1,
pero ningun hende nunca a lubida ki
un espectaculo elegante nan a_ haci
den nan carson y sombre blauw.

Un otro costumber raro di e pro-
mer batter Babe Ruth tabata_bisti-
mento di dashi di color briljante. E
colornan di e dashinan tin bez taba-
ta surpasa e colornan di regenboog
completamente; nan tabata haci esun
cu ta bistié conspicuo den cualkier
multitud di hende. E hungador nun-
ca tabatin di preocupa tocante e ma-
ramento di dashi, pasobra nan tabata

promer

;marra di antemano. Tur loke e taba-

ta haci ta di pone’le na su cuello, ben-
ta e banda largo tras di su nek y
pusha e banda cortico den un buraco.
El ta dal un ranca cu pikete na e
dashi, draai su nek un poco, tene un
punta cu feneta, y e ta cla pa dal 26
careda.

E zapato cu e hungadornan di pro- |

|mer aya tabata bisti tabata e zapa-

tonan pisa conoci como Hum”. Bo-
ton di cuero bao zapato no tabata
conoci, pero e zool di zapato tabata
yen di penchi di palo. Algun vez e
penchinan ta los. Un hungador mes-
ter mira bon sino e por haya un mal
splinter ora e ta yegando base.

Bisa Unda

Na promer principio pitchernan
tabata cortes cu e batidor. Ora e ul-
timo aki ta na e plate, el ta pone su
man na haltura di su schouder, cin-
tura o rudia. Esaki e ta haci pa in-
dica ki clase di bola e ta desea mas
tanto, y ta depende die pitcher pa
complace cu ne. Si el a pidi un bola

aki pasa banda di su schou-

tempo cu New York
der, esaki no tabata un strike pero un
bola.

Dignidad extra tabata agrega na e
wega door di e umpire (referee) di
tempo pasa. Generalmente el tabata
bisti un bachi largo te na rudia y un
sombre halto y pa haci e
juez mas ainda, el ta tuma su tempo
pa duna decision. Pero tabata obser-
va cu el ta keda na un distancia se-
guro ki ora cu tabatin cualkier peli-
gro pa su sombre halto di seda haya
contacto cu un bola den cuadra. ¢
neralmente e umpire semper tabata

nta den un stoel y tabatin un buni-
ta parasol grandi ariba su cabez pa

parce un

tapa solo.

Umpirenan tabatin hopi poder den
temponan pasa. Den e boekinan, geel
di bieuw cu nan ta, cu e scorenan di e
equipo di Knickerbockers tin hopi ca-
sonan unda un anotacion na canto
ta aparece banda di nomber di un
hungador: ’’Penaliza door di Um-
pire”.

Papiando tocante placa, sinembar-
go, tabata hopi tempo promer cu e
amantenan a aproba beisbol profesio-
nal. Un di e promer hungadornan cu
a bai contra e idea prevalente cu hun-
gadornan no mester worde paga ta-
bata Harry Wright. El a bai Cincin-
nati na 1867 y a ci Red Stockings

|e equipo mas famoso di America. Pe-

ro e salario cu su hungadornan taba-
ta ricibi casi no por a worde consi-
dera ni como placa pa gasto personal
compara cu e pago di estrellanan mo-
derno di beisbol di awendia. George
Wright, su famoso shortstop, tabata
gana solamente $1,400. En realidad,
e promedio no tabata mas cu $800
— solamente un cien parti di e sala-
rio anual di algun di e famoso hun-
gadornan di awendia cu ta aparece
ariba promer pagina di corantnan.