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Aruba Esso news

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Title:
Aruba Esso news
Creator:
Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Place of Publication:
Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Publisher:
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Creation Date:
October 23, 1953
Frequency:
biweekly
regular
Language:
English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba ( lcsh )
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Text in English and papiamento.
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LAGO Comptroller T. C. Brown (left) is shown conferring with Dr. S. Ss.

Ortiz, Dominican Republic Secretary of State for Treasury and Public

Credit, on Lago’s accounting methods. At right, front row, is A. ve

Espinal, Dominican consul general for Curagao. Left to right, rear row,

is P. M. Bastardo, Dominican consul at Aruba, J. A. Nieuw, honorary

Dominican consul and Enelindo Leanor, a Lago Marine Department
employee who escorted the visitors.



LAGO Comptroller T. C. Brown (robez) ta conferenciando cu Dr. S. 5.
Ortiz, Secretario di Tesoro y Credito Publico di Republica di anto
Domingo, tocante metodonan di contabilidad di Lago. Banda drechi, adi-
lanti, ta A. J. Espinal, consul general di Santo Domingo na Corsow. Ro-
bez pa drechi, fila atras, ta P. M. Bastardo, consul Dominicano na Aruba,
J. A. Nieuw, consul honorario di Santo Domingo y Enelindo Leanor, un
empleado di Marine Department kende a acompanja e bishitantenan.

Dominican Official
Is Lago Visitor

Dr. S. S. Ortiz, Dominican Re-
public Secretary of State for Trea-
sury and Public Credit, called on
Lago earlier this month for a first-
hand view of the company’s accoun-
ting and training methods.

Dr. Ortiz conferred with Lago
Comptroller T. C. Brown and quest-
ioned him on the company’s accoun-
tant training program. The Domin
can cabinet member explained he we
interested in training accountants

VOL. 14, No. 22







‘Wharfinger A ©
Haya Desgracia
Fatal na Waaf

Un desgracia a causa bida di Mo-
desto Maduro na Lake Tanker dock
Diadomingo atardi, October 11, poco
promer cu 6 p.m.



Mientras el tabata dirigi disconec-
tamento di un cargo hose ariba lake
tanker Mara”,
por cu tabata tene e hose a cai, dal e
ariba su cabez y bente’le den awa.




cargo boom di e ba-|



*Amacuro” yi
10 ariba waaf
mes ora pa yude'le,
pero scuridad a haci e buscamento di-
\ficil, y a pasa algun minuut promer
cu nan por a haye’le y sake’le for di
|den awa. Un doctor y ambulance a
yega imediatamente y medidanan di |
promer auxilio a worde aplica al in-
stante Sr. Maduro tabata
morto na yegada na _ hospital. Un
pathologista di gobierno a haci un in-
| vestigacion y a declara cu causa di
morto tabata un craneo fractura pa-
den.

Tripulantenan
companj-ron
a bula nz













pero







| Causa exacto di e desgracia ta
| worde investiga ainda, cu indicacion- |
|nan cu kibramento di e cadena cu ta-
bata wanta e cargo boom ta e causa.
|Di acuerdo cu esfuerzonan di Lago

(Continua na pagina 2)



fs ssc

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD.







WATCHING machines sort thousands of cards in Lago’s Accounting

Department during a tour of the refinery are (left to right) Dr. Fran-

cisco Perez Jimenez, brother of Col. Marco Perez Jimenez, president of

Venezuela; Dr. Pablo Salas Castillo, Venezuela’s director of Social Secu-

rity; Ricardo Carillo and Antonio Rojas. The group also visited Curacao
on its Columbus Day weekend trip to the Caribbean area.



MIRANDO mashinnan sorta miles di carchi den Accounting Department
di Lago durante un paseo den refineria ta (robez pa drechi) Dr. Fran-
cisco Perez Jimenez, ruman di Col. Marco Perez Jimenez, presidente di
Venezuela; Dr. Pablo Salas Castillo, director di Seguridad Social di
Venezuela; Ricardo Carillo y Antonio Rojas. E grupo a bishita Curacao

tambe riba su weekend di Columbus Dag bishita na e area di Caribe.



Dr. Jimenez, Party
‘Tour Lago Plant

Lago played host Oct. 12 to Dr.
Francisco Perez Jimenez, brother of
Col. Marco Perez Jimenez, president
of Venezuela and a party of Venezue-
lan government officials and business
men.

Taking advantage of the long Co-
| lumbus Day weekend, the group stop-
"| ped first at Curacao and then came

| to Aruba and here toured Lago’s re-
| finery. They returned to Caracas the



October 23



his own country. . : . ie day. ; a ;

Tatooine Orhizananectedmlea go's | ( mM Gy t T ( , The 16 visitors, divided into two
eee of Taisenationl ee ago om ISSa r era ion O a n e groups, inspected the operating units,
Machines. He was accompanied — by f C di ae Eee ae the pees ger
Andres J. Espinal, consul general of Mm t mM sui ¢ ing, the Lago Colony and the
the Dominican Republic for Curacao, ro re | O as n ove er Esso Club.



Pedro M astardo, Dominican consul
for Aruba, Jules Nieuw,
Dominican consul and Enelindo
nor, a Lago Marine Of

honorary
Le

employee

Credit purchases at the



Four Incumbents,
One Newcomer

Gain Park Board

Four incumbent members
new-comer named to two-year
terms on the Lago Sport Park Board
during an election held Oct. 14, 15
and 16.

Of 42 employees eligible and
available to vote, 4934 or 85.9 per-
cent valid ballots in returning
Juan Briezen, Matco Re Andries
Geerman and Robert E. A. Martin to
the board and electing for the first
time Raymundo Q. Kemp.

Mr. Briezen, a Process Department
employee, drew votes; Mr.
Reyes, a Mechanical Department |

drew 1929 votes; Mr. |!
Geerman, an Accounting Department |
employee, drew 1810 votes; Mr. Mar-
tin, former board



basis. Credit buying was
inaugurated in 1941 when emplo:

ees shopped at the old commissary
located at the present site of the

and a

were new dispensary.



cast

yes,








employee,



chairman and a}



Mechanical Department employee, |
drew 1695 votes and Mr. Kemp, a}
Lago Police Department member, |

drew 1565 votes. They were declared |
elected after they drew the top five
vote totals.

Incumbent members of the 10-|
member board are Hugo de Vries of | =
the Service Dey
Damion Tromp of the Executive
Office, Jose LaCruz of the Colony
Service Department, Herman Figuei-





ra of the Process Department and a

Maximilo Kock of the Marine De-| (RUS Ata

partment. eS
The four members who were e ye

reelected were nominated. Mr. Kemp a
was a petition candidate. In all 10 we
nominees and eight petition candi-
dates competed. The winners will be
installed in a turn-over meeting ten-
tatively scheduled Oct. 27.

Agapito Romero and dead

Lago
Commissary will come to an end
with the close of business Monday,
Nov. 9. Beginning with the opening
of the commissary Tuesday, Nov.
10 all purchases will be on a cash
first



To assist employees and their fa-
milies in making the change as easily
as possible, the following questions

Their Vigil Was Rewarded

porpoise he

have been

the important

of the change:

Q— What is the last date I
make purchases on credit at the

prepared
factors

and
dealing with

answers



may |



ary? |
You make credit purchases up |
until the Lago Commissary
closes Monday, Nov. 9. When
the commissary opens Tuesday
morning, Noy. 10, all sales will

Lago Commi

hm

be cash.
Will the
quired after Nov. 9?

A — Yes. It will used as at present

charga-plate be re-

C=



Dead Porpoise Grounds On Reefdock 31ers. guts ek




found

Agapito Romero y tonino morto cu el a haya

A — No. The existing regulations on



for control of purchases.
Q— Will limit

governing allowable

credit regulations

Mishap Fatal
o Wharfinger
At Lake Dock

purchases

be changed?

allowable purchases will remain
unchanged. |

Q— How much credit do I get to)
shop from Monday, Nov. 2| An accident took the life of Mo-
through Monday, Nov. 9? desto Maduro at the Lake Tanker
A — All staff and regular employees | goe, Sunday evening, October 11;



will be allowed one-third of a
month’s (30 days) regular com- |

allowance.

shortly before 6 p.m.
While he was directing the discon-
3) necting of cargo hose on the lake
—|tanker "Mara,” the ship’s cargo boom
holding the hose fell, struck him on
|the head and knocked him into the
water.

missary
(Continued on page



Crew members from the "Amacuro”
and fellow-workers on the dock
|him, but darkness made the search
| difficult, and it was a of
s located and
er. A doctor

number



Agapito Romero, a wharfinger on
the No. 2 Reefdock, was leaving work
the evening of Oct. 8 when he spotted | brought out of the
a porpoise — evidently killed by a|and ambulance arrived immediately
ship’s propellor — washed }at the scene and first aid
the ward side of the reef. | were instituted promptl

Back at work the next day. cur-| Maduro was dead on arriv
iosity prompted Mr. Romero to turn | po,
the body over. As he did so, a wave
rolled in, washed blood
the gaping wound the propellor had
slashed in the fish’s side and receded.

Within five minutes two sharks, being investigated, with
cruising the limitless acres of the | that it to the
Caribbean, scented the blood and|shackle on the cargo boom rigging.
swam to the exact spot where the!|In line with Lago’s efforts to elimi-
fish lay.

Undaunted by passing pilot boats,
work launches or tankers, the sharks
cruised back forth to

{minutes before he







shore on measures
but Mr.
1 at the
pital. The cause of death
established by the government patho-







was





some from

sed skull fracture.
still
indications
of a



logist as a depres.

Exact cause of the accident





was due failure



nate accident hazards so far as pos-



sible, this equipment has been regu-
larly inspected, and was overhauled

and trying

é specte i a as) tw
find a way through the coral-studded and inspected within the last two
water to get at the dead porpoise, | â„¢onths.

At times they came so close inshore Mr. Maduro was an acting whar-
they threatened to beach themselves. | finger corporal, 45 years old, and

Three spear fishermen, swimming | had almost 20 years of service, over

some 100 yards south of where the! 17 years in dock operations. He is

(Continued on page 2)

| survived by his wife and 11 children.







to



ArusaGssoNews |

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRI
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO

DAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

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



&
‘i . hae eS h
IN ORDER to familiarize the newly
Council with the over-all refinery pi

seven-hour tour of the plant earl
the Main Shops observing





er this month

ure, the company took them on a
Here they are pictured in
ation of a lathe.





the ope

PA familiariza miembronan nobo cligi di Lago Employee Council cu tur

aspectonan di refineria, Compania a
planta pa nan principio di e luna a
rando com un |



LEC Members Take
7-Hour Plant Tour

Newly elected members of the Lago |
Employee Council spent Oct. 8 in a
seven-hour tour of the refinery as
part of program designed to
acquaint them with the refinery’s
operations and supervisors.

Starting at 8 a.m. they heard an|
explanation of the refinery flow plan,
inspected several operating units,
toured the ship-yard, dry-dock and
harbor, visited the Main Shops, went |
through the No. 1 and No. 2 Power-
houses and then had lunch.

In the afternoon they inspected the
No. 2 and No. 3 laboratories, the
Equipment Inspection Group’s mater- |
ials testing laboratory and the Lago
Vocational School.

Throughout the tour they met the
men in charge of the departments
they visited and were given an. ex-|
planation of the department’s work |
and how it ties in to the over-all
refinery operation.

Five Esso Dealers
To Sponsor Posters |

On or about Nov. 1 five of the |
island’s large outdoor advertising |
signs will carry colorful safety
sponsored by the five Esso |
The safety themes of the |
concern driving in school |
areas where children are playing and
safe driving for the protection of the
driver, passengers and pedestrians.

The outdoor display is part of the;
dealers’ combined efforts to promote |
safe driving. The posters will appear |
about the same time the new traffic
booklet, Guide to Safe Driving —
prepared by Lago’s Public Relations
Department with assistance from
Lago and Government police — will
be distributed.

Wharfinger A
Haya Desgracia
Fatal na Waaf

(Continua di pagina 1)
pa elimina peligronan cu por causa
desgracia asina tanto posible, e her-
mentnan aki a worde inspecta regu-
larmente, y no mas cu dos luna pasa
nan a worde inspecta y drecha. ‘

Sr. Maduro tabata un wharfinger
corporal interino, 45 anja di edad, y
tabatin casi 20 anja di servicio, mas
a trahando ariba waaf. El a









cu 17 anj





a un paseo di siete ora den
. Aki nan ta den Main Shops mi-
athe ta traha.



EHAC Elects

Hinkson Chairman

Joseph Hinkson of Mechanical
Administration was elected chair-
man of the Esso Heights Advisory
Committee at the group’s turn-
over meeting Oct. 9. E. A. Bend of
Garage and Transportation was
elected secretary. O. D. Ifill of
Mechanical — Electrical and R. L.
Johnson of the Marine Depart-



ment fill out the committee.

The committee is the same that
had been in office, Mr. Bend and
Mr. Hinkson having been re-elect-
ed.

Miembronan di LEC
A Haci Paseo

‘Den Planta

Miembronan nobo eligi di Lago
Employee Council a pasa Oct. 8 ha-
ciendo un paseo di siete ora den re-
fineria como parti di un programa
designa pa familiariza nan cu oper:
cion y hefenan den Compania.

Cuminzando 8 a.m. nan scucha
un splicacion di flow plan di refine-
ria, inspecta varios plantanan, bishita
shipyard, dry-dock y_haaf,
Shops a pasa door di
No. 1 y No. 2 despues a bai come.

Den oranan di tramerdia nan a in-
specta Laboratorio No. 2 y No. 3, la-
boratorio di test material den Equip-
ment Inspection Group y Lago Voca-
tional School.

Durante henter e paseo nan a en-
contra e hendenan encarga cu e de-
partamentonan cu nan a bishita y a
haya un clarificacion di trabao di e
departamento y com el ta conecta cu
operacion di henter refineria.

Lago A Contribui
F. 1000 Pa Piano

”Cualkier ora cu interesnan cultural
ta involvi, nos por depende semper
ariba Lago” tabata e manera den
cual un corant di Corsow a cuminza
su storia tocante Compania su con-
tribucion di Fls. 1000 pa cumpra un
piano pa Arubaanse Muziekschool.





Powe



Arubaanse Muziekschool cu ta
funciona desde Juli 1951, ta bao
auspicio di Centro Cultural Aruba

cual na su turno ta worde financia
| pa un parti door di Sticusa, un orga-
|nizacion Holandes cu ta dedica na
promocion di cultura den India orien-



laga atras su esposa y 11 yiu.

tal y occidental.

Main |

house |

|



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



ago Commissary ta Cambia

i Credito pa Cash Nov. 10

Credito - Cu A Cuminza Na 1941 - Ta Termina
Ora Comisario Cerra Dialuna Atardi, Nov. 9

Cumpramento ariba credito na Comisario lo te

rmina ora Comisario

cerra Dialuna atardi, Nov. 9. Cuminzando for di ora Comisario habri

Diamars mainta, Nov. 10 tur cumpramento lo ta cash. Cumpramento |

ariba credito a principia na 1941 tempo cu empleadonan tabata cumpra
na Comisario bieuw cu tabata na e lugar unda dispensario nobo ta
worde traha awor.

Pa asisti empleadonan y nan fami-|
lianan pa haci e cambio mas facil po- | Cc—

| sible, e siguiente pregunta
stanan a worde prepara

y conte-|
tocante e

puntonan importante di e cambio:

Pp —

pa
to

pe
Ga



Cual ta e ultimo dia cu mi por
cumpra ariba eredito na Comi-
sario? |
Bo por cumpra ariba credito te |
ora Comisario cerra Dialuna |
atardi, Nov. 9: Ora Comisario
habri Diamars mainta, Nov. 10
tur bendemento lo cuminza tu-
ma lugar na placa efectivo.
Tin mester di charga-plate des-
pues di Nov. 9?

Si. E lo worde usé manera awor
pa contrala cumprasnan.
Lo bini algun cambio den e re-
glanan actual tocante limite di
cumpramento?

No. E reglanan segun cual cada
empleado por cumpra un cierto
maximo lo .keda
Cuanto credito mi por haya for
di Dialuna, Nov. 2 te Dialuna,
Nov. 9?

Tur empleadonan regular y di
staff lo haya un tercer di cre-
dito regular pa un luna (30
dia).

Com mi por sabi cuanto e suma|
aki ta?

Asina cu cada empleado y
familia por sabi exactamente|
cuanto un tercer di su credito
ta, Accounting Department lo
prepara carchi cu e suma ariba
pa tur empleadonan.

Qui dia mi ta haya e carchi aki? |
E carchinan lo worde parti}
ariba of banda di Oct. 31. |
Com e carchinan lo worde parti?
Nan lo worde parti hunto cu
time-card. Empleadonan cu no
tin time-card la haya di nan for
di nan hefe.

Credito lo worde cerrad ora mi}
yega e suma cu mi a worde per-
miti pa tuma promer nuebe dia
di November?

Credito lo worde cerra ora e
suma yega mescos cu_ tabata
worde haci den pasado.

Lo tin pa
den pago recibi dia 9 y
November? |
No, solamente si e empleado a|
pasa su credito na luna di Oc-
tober. Den caso di empleadonan
pa uincena, solamente e parti
cu ta mas hopi cu e credito per- |
miti for di Oct. 16 pa October
31 lo worde kita Nov. 9. For dil
Empleadonan mensual cu pasa
nan credito e suma lo worde
kita Nov. 10. Compras total
dentro di e credito permiti pa
October lo no worde kita Nov.
9 y 10.

(Empleado A tin Fls. 225 di)
credito permitible. El ta gasta
Fls. 260 na October. E suma}
ariba su credito cual den e caso
aki ta Fls. 35 lo worde kita sea
Nov. 9 of 10. E Fls. 225 permiti
lo no worde kita e biaha aki. E
lo worde kita ariba promer dia
di pago despues di Nov. 10.)
Qui ora mi ta haya e ahusta-
mento den un biaha pa comisa-
rio?

Cada empleado ariba payroll
staff y regular dia 10 di No-
vember lo recibi 40 por ciento
di su ganamento normal te un
maximo di Fls. 300 ariba e dia-
nan di pago despues di Nov.
cual ta pa quincena, Nov. 23 y
pa luna, Dee. 9.

Si mi cuenta na Comisario pa
luna di October plus di
Nov. 2 te 9 ta mas hopi cu loke |
mi ta haya di ahustamento
den un biaha, esaki lo worde
i ariba e promer dia di pago
despues di Nov, 10?

mescos.

su}



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comisario
10 di|

deduccion

pee

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C—

esun
Tims
e

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No. Den pago di quincena Nov.
23 y pago di luna Dec. 9 e cuen-
ta pa luna di October plus esun
di Noy. 2 te 9 lo worde kita te
na e suma cu bo ta recibi como
ahustamento den un biaha. Nin-
gun deduccion cu ta mas halto
cu e suma aki lo worde kita e
ora,

(Empleado D ta gana Fs. £
pa luna. El tin derecho ariba
50 por ciento di credito na Co-
misario loke ta Fls. 250. El ta
gasta e suma aki na October.





ber el tin derecho ariba Fls. 167
cual el ta gasta tambe. E total
di cuenta cu no ta paga cu lo
er worde kita Dec. 9 lo ta
250 plus F 167, esta un
total di Fls. 417. E ahustamen-
to den biaha lo ta 40 por ciento
di Fls. 500 of Fls. 200. E dife-
rencia entre Fls. 417 y Fls. 200
ta Fls. 217 y e suma aki lo wor-
de kita den deduecionnan
pago di Fls. 20 cada uno.)





di

Qui ora mi ta paga e suma cul

ta pasa e ahustamento den un
biaha?

Pagamentonan di e suma cu
resta despues cu e ahustamento
den un biaha worde duna lo
worde parti den periodonan di
pago siguiente.

Cuanto e deduecionnan lo ta?
Esaki ta depende ariba e suma
cu a resta despues cu e ahusta-
mento a worde haci.
te Fls. 100 lo worde parti den
cinco luna. E deduccion mas
chikito cada periodo di pago ta
Fls. 10. E suma minimo cu lo
worde paga cada dia di pago
door di empleadonan pa quince-
na lo ta Fils. 5. Restonan mas
hopi cu Fls. 100 lo worde kita
den sumanan di Fls. 20 cada
luna.

i mi pasa mi credito di un ter-
cer pa November, e suma aki
tambe lo worde kita den ter-
mino pa quincena of pa luna?
No. E suma cu ta mas cu e cre-
dito di un tercer pa November
lo worde kita Nov. 23 pa em-
pleadonan pa quincena y Dee. 9
pa empleadonan pa luna.

Qui tempo deduccionnan lo
cuminza?

Deduccion lo cuminza cu e pago
na Januari pa ganamentonan di
December.

Com empleadonan cu no tabata
traha durante October por haya
placa efectivo pa cumpra na
Comisario despues di e cambio?
Nan por recibi un parti di nan
ahustamento di Comisario na
Payroll Office na Oficina
Mayor ariba of despues di Nov.
11 si nan ta desea.

Si mi bolbe di vacacion cualkier |
dia den October, lo mi tin dere-
cho ariba cualkier consideracion
special?

Si. Por ehemplo, cualkier em-
pleado ariba vacacion paga du-
rante e periodo den cual com-
pras na Comisario no ta worde
kita por pidi ariba of despues
di Noy. 11 e suma di e ahusta-
mento (40 por ciento) menos e
compras cu el a haci na Comi-
sario despues cu el a bolbe di
vacacion.

Kiko ta socede cu mi carchi di
deposito cu un resto cu no ta
gasta despues di Nov. 10?

E suma cu no ta gasta ariba
Noy. 10 lo worde debolbi na Ac-
counting Department.

Mi por paga un cuenta di Comi-|
sario habri?

Si. Empleadonan por paga tur



e

00 | *

Pa promer nuebe dia di Novem-|

|
Restonan

October 23, 1





‘Kulisek To Represent
Lago At National
Safety Congress

Edward J. Kulise ant divi-
sion head of the Safety Div sion, is
currently attending the 41st National








| Safety Congress and Exposition at
Chicago, Ill. This is the second
[straight year Mr. Kulisek has at-

| tended the Congress in keeping with
| Lago’s policy to be up-to-date on
|recent developments in the field of
accident prevention. The ufety con-
ference — a five-day affair — opened
Oct. 19.
| The program of 600 speakers
200 sessions covers every cone
phase of safety with good coverage
in areas that will be of most value
in Lago afety work. In addition the
exposition displays 250 exhibits coy-
ering all types of safety aids.

Lago employ
awards for their















haye earned many
success in working
y. In order to help promote in-
in safety here, Mr. Kulis















|the opportunity to keep abre of
new developments and to share ex-
periences and ide with others in the
industry which may be used at Lago.

‘Maduro Honored
‘After 35 Years
In Tax Office

Close to 350 gathered at
the club house of the Aruba Juniors
Oct. 7 to honor Jos Maduro who com-
| pleted 35 ye of government service

persons



|on that dat <

Lt. Gov. Dr. L.
pal speaker at the celebration, re-
{counted Mr. Maduro’s government
|career and wished him "a long life
| because Aruba cannot afford to do

Cc. Kwar



Z, princi-



without his serv
Cc.

J. van der Brink, Aruba tax re-
r, complimented Mr. Maduro’s
vice to the people” and presented
him with a set of salon furniture on
behalf of fellow tax department em-
| ployees.

J. van der Schoot, president of the
Aruba Juniors, presented Mr. Maduro
with a wall clock behalf of the
club of which he is honorary presi-
dent. A veteran sports figure, Mr
Maduro is also a member of the board
of directors of the Wilhelmina Sta-
| dium, an official of the Aruba Foot-
| ball Bond and other athletic organi-
zations.







on






Vigil was rewarded —
Warda tabata compensa

(Continued from page 1)
porpoise lay, were cautioned to leave
the water. They looked at the deac
fish, cast an eye on the waiting
sharks and commented, ”They would
n't hurt you. They swim around us
all the time.” :

Eventually, as time and tide di¢
their work, the sharks’ vigil was Te
warded. The body of the porpolst
floated momentarily, moved a few
feet seaward and then disappeare
beneath the waves.

efectivo na cahero di Accoun

ting Department.

P — Unda nan por contesta mt pre
guntanan tocante e cambia
eredito pa cash?

C— Comité di Comisario lo tene Ut

cuarto di informacion na Com!
sario. Miembronan di e Comitt
aki lo contesta bo preguntana!
Nov. 2, 3 y 4 durante orana!



of parti di nan cuenta di Comi-
sario cualkier ora na_placa|

regular di cumpra na Comis4
rio.

———————




October 23, 1953



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Pa Movimento di Imigracion, Populacion Awor Ta Cerca 9,000,00

Hendenan Nobo Ta Trece Bida Nobo Na Australia



Den ultimo siete anja mas cu|tabata remarcable den desaroyo di e|r

750,000 persona, atrai pa e prome- |
tiente oportunidad di un bida nobo. |
a viaja sur atravez di Oceano Pa- |
cifico pa establece na Australia.

Nan a bai manera miles a haci
promer cu nan — pa purba nan suer-
te canto di frontera, banda di costa-
nan, den ciudadnan di e terra aki cu
ta un continente; cu den 165 anja a}
eleva for di un lugar atraza te dent
fila distingui di nacionnan. |

Awendia Australia ta un firme po-
tencia mundial. Su representantenan |
ta yuda forma tur decisionnan di Na-





ciones Unid tocante problemanan
Pacifico y Asiatico. Su fuerzanan ar-
ma y potencia militar ta forma un
parti grandi di aresenal di libertad.

Su produccion ta embarca
na tur partinan di mundo y su mer- |
eadonan ta un factor economico in-
ternacional. Su hendenan ta exempli-
fica espirito di independencia

s





worde



cual
|

| Commissary Operation To Change =

(Continued from page 1)







Q— How do I know how much this
amount will be?

A— In order that each employee |
and his family will know exact- |
ly what his one-third credit al- |
lowance will be, the Accounting |
Department will prepare cards
for all employees giving this
amount. |

Q— When will I receive this card? |

A — The cards will be distributed on |
or about Oct. 31. |

Q— How will the cards be distribu- |
ted?

A— They will be distributed with
time cards. Employe who do
not have time cards will receive
these cards through their super-
visors,

Q— Will credit be stopped when 1|
reach the amount allowed me|
during the first nine days of |
November? |

A — Credit will be closed when the
allowance is reached as has|
been done in the past.

Q— Will there be commissary de-
ductions in pay received Nov. 9 |
and 10?

A— No, unl the employee has



spent over his allowable credit |
in October. In the case of semi-
monthly paid employees, only
that part that is more than the
allowable credit for Oct. 16
through Oct. 31 will be deduc-
ted Nov. 9. Monthly paid em-
ployees who purchased over
their allowable credit will have
this amount deducted Nov. 10.
Total purchases within the al-
lowable credit for October will

not be deducted Noy. 9 or 10.
(Employee A has Fls. 225
allowable credit. He spends

260 in October. The amount
his allowable credit which |





in this example is Fls. 35 will
be deducted either Nov. 9 or 10.|
The Fls. 245 allowed will not

be deducted at this time. It will
be deducted the first payday
following Nov. 10.)

When do I receive the one-time
commissary adjustment?

A — Each employee on the staff and
regular payroll on Nov. 10 will
receive 40 per cent of normal
earnings up to Fls. 300 on the
paydays following Noy. 10
which are semi-monthly, Nov.
23, and monthly, Dec. 9.

If my allowable October Com-
bill my Nov.
through 9 bill is more than I|\
will the

|
missary plus 2

receive in one-time |

commissary adjustment, will it|
be deducted on the first payday
following Nov. 10? |

In

No.
Nov.

the semi-monthly pay

3 and monthly pay Dee.
9 the allowable October com
missary bill plus the Nov.

through 9 bill will be deducted |



2

nacionnan grandi den historia.

Pa bira un potencia mundial hen-
denan di Australia ter a monta
dificultadnan cual podiser un nacion
menos fuerte no por a soporta. Di



me:



| promer tabata situacion geografico di
|e terra.

Australia tabata asina isola cu ho-
pi di su bida di animal y vegetacion
tabata unico. Hopi sorto di bestia cu
ta biba na Australia no ta worde en-
contra den ningun otro parti di mun-
do.

seis



Awor e terra ta parti den
estado. Australia Occidental ta mayor
parti un plateau 1000 te 2000 pia
halto sin rio of lagonan permanente.
E ta principalmente valioso pa su mi-
nanan di oro cu a produci mas cu}
$3. billion.

Australia Norte tambe ta consisti
pa mayoria parti di plateau cu e par-
ti mas pa nord — Arnheim Land —





up to the amount you receive in,
the one-time ry ad-)
justment. No deductions over
your one-time commissary ad-
justment will be made at this
time.

(Employee D earns Fls. 500
a month. He has been allowed
50 per cent commissary credit
which is Fls. 250. He spends
this amount in October. Over
the first nine days in Novem-
ber he has Fls. 167 allowed
which he also spends. The total
unpaid commissary bill to be
deducted Dec. 9 will be Fls. 250
plus Fls. 167 for a total of
Fls. 417. The one-time commis-
sary adjustment will be 40 per
cent of Fls. 500 or Fls. 200. The
difference between Fls. 417 and
Fls. 200 is Fls. 217 and this
amount will be paid in spread
out payroll deductions of Fls. 20
each payday.)

commis















When do I pay the amount over
the one-time ad-
justment? |
Payments of the amount left
over from allowable purchases
after the adjustment has been
made will be spread out
following paydays.

How much will the deductions
he? |
This depends on the amount you
have left over after the adjust-
ment has been made. Balances
up to Fls. 100 will be spread
out over five months. The smal-
lest deduction each pay period
for monthly paid employees
will be Fls. 10. The minimum
amount to be paid each payday
by semi-monthly employees will
be Fl Balances over Fls. 100
will be spread out by payroll
deductions of Fls. 20 each
month.

commissary

over



If my purchases go over one-
third of the cre dit |
allowance, will this sum be|

Q—

November

spread out in semi-monthly or!
monthly payments?

No. The amount over Novem-
ber’s allowable one-third credit
will be deducted Noy. 23 for
semi-monthly employees and
Dec. 9 for monthly employees
When will the
ductions begin?



spread-out

de- |
A — Deductions of unpaid commis-
sary balan will begin with
December earnings payable in
January.

How will employees who have
off October
obtain cash for buying commis-
after the

credit to cash?



been work during

saries change from

They may receive
portion of their one-time com-

missary adjustment upon re-
at the Payroll Office in

a pro-rated







va pa nativonan aboriginal di e|



Queensland, cu ta ocupa_ huki

;noordoost di e continente, ta contene

Cape York Peninsula y principio di
Great Dividing Range cu ta corre den
costa oost y door di New
South Wales y Victoria. |

zuidoost

E tres estadonan aki ta residencia
di mas cu 80 por ciento di e popula- |
cion y ta contene ciudadnan grandi |
manera Brisbane, Sydney y Melbour- |
ne. Canberra, e capital, ta keda den
Australian Capital Territory cual ta
saca for di New South Wales mescos

Districto di Columbia.

Adelaide, den estado di South
Australia y Perth, na costa zuidwest
di Australia Occidental, ta e dos otro]
ciudadnan grandi di e terra. Tasma-
nia, un isla dilanti costa zuidoost, ta|

ecu

forma di seis estado di Australia.

Un portuges, Manuel Godhino de
Eredia, a discubri Australia na 1601. |

the General Office Building on
or after Nov. 11.

If I return to work from vuca-
tion any date in October, will I
be entitled to any special consi-
derations?

Yes. As an example, any em-|
ployee on pre-paid vacation)
during the period in which com- |
missary purchases are not de-|
ducted may request on or after
Nov. 11 the amount of the one-
time commissary adjustment |
(40 per cent) less any commis- |
sary purchases made since the
return from vacation.
What happens to my
card with an unspent
after Nov. 10?

Q—
A—

Oo deposit
balance

A—
will be refunded at the Accoun-
ting Department. |
May I pay off any unpaid com-}
missary bill?

Yes. Employees may pay all
or part of their unpaid commis-
sary bill at any time in cash at
the Accounting Department cas-
hier.

Where I

answered concerning the change



can I have questions

from credit to cash?



The Lago Commissary Advisory
Committee will have an infor-
mation booth at the Lago Com-
missat Members of this com-
mittee will your
tions. Committeemen will be at



answer ques-



the commissary Nov. 2, 3, and
4 during normal shopping
hours.

Empleadonan Recorda
Pa Debolbe Invitacion
di Paseo den Refineria.



Cantidad di e ecarchinan di invita-
cion pa paseonan den refineria cu a
worde recientemente manda pa

empleadonan di Lago no a bolbe. De-
partamento di Relaciones Publicas ta
suplica pa tur carchinan
bolbi mas pronto posible na cu
onan por worde arregla pa tur
anan, Si e carchi no worde de-
bolbi, e planeadornan di e paseonan
no tin un modo pa sabi e familianan
cu ta desea di bishita refineria.

Ora worde debolbi ta
worde poni den grupo segun idioma y
division of departamento y teni te ora
tin bastante miembro di familia di e
grupo ey pa haci un paseo. Una vez
cu e paseo ta planea, tur familianan
ta worde notificd. Si e ora y fecha no
ta combiniente pa e familia, nan por
haci arreglo pa bin bishita refineria
un

worde de-





e carchi e






otro dia.
E promer carchi di invitacion man-
da pa e empleado mester worde de-
bolbi. Sin esaki Departamento di Re-
laciones Publicas no por arreg





seonan.

The unspent balance on Nov. 10} |

Luis Vaez de
bishita e isla

Torres, un Spanjo, a
na 1605 of 1606,

E siguiente siglo, sinembargo, Ho-
landesnan a yega y a yama e conti-

nente Nieuw Holland. Na 1770 e

famoso explorador Ingles Capt. James |

|Cook a yega Australia. Su descrip-
cion di e terra — conecta cu e re-
| ciente perdida di Inglaterra su co-



lonianan na Ameri — a promove
acion di un compania cual su 11
barconan a yega na 1788 na loke awor
ney. Pa 1829 henter Australia
— ye isla cercano Nieuw Zeeland —
a bira dependencia Ingles.







Segun e establecedornan tabata
progresa den interior e ciudadnan
costal tambe tabata desaroya. Un

cultura a desaroya y un universidad
— e promer di e cuatro cu tin awor —
a habri na 1852.

Guerra Mundial II a indica e ne-
cesidad pa aumenta economia di
Australia cu industria pisé. Pa tem-



LG. lesen To Rene

Dec. 1 Following 36
Years of Service

Louis G. Lopez, whose first Lago
job was to check the arrival of ma-
terials from which the refinery was
built, will retire Dee. 1 after more
than 36 years of service

Mr. Lopez was first employed
April 23, 1917 by the Standard Oil
Co. (Indiana) at Drumright, Okla. In
1926 he was transferred to the Huas-
teca Petroleum Co. in Tampico, Mexi-
co, as a plant operator.













| po cu forzanan Australiano a sali pa
| bai bringa na Korea, mineria di hero
y trahamento di staal tabata pro-
!gresa hunto trahamento di bapor,
|refinamento di azeta y cantidad di
otro empresanan industrial.

Ademas recursonan di e terra ta-
bata worde explota manera nunca
antes. Aeroplano tabata hunga un
papel vital den habrimento di sec-
cionnan cu no tabata desaroya ainda.
Ferrocarril — opera door di ado-
|nan — tabata trece establecedornan
ly hiba producto afor.

Yegando na cantidad pa _puerto-
nan di lamar y aeropuerto tabata un
|multitud di imigrante ansioso pa
| participa den desaroyo di e terra aki.
Promer cu Guerra Mundial II apenas
|populacion di e isla tabata aleanza
siete million, Awor e ta casi nuebe
|million — un aumento cu tabata
|causa pa e movimiento di imigracion
|mas grandi den tur tempo. (Retrato-
|nan ariba pagina 4 y 5.)





Employees Asked
To Return Family
Tour Invitations

A large number of family tour in-
vitation cards recently sent to Lago
employe have not been returned.
The Public Relations Department re-
quests that all cards be returned as
soon as possible in order to schedule
tours for all families. If the card
isn’t returned, the tour coordinators
have no way of knowing the families
desiring tours.

When the card





returned it is

grouped by language and craft or

is

Later that year | STOUP 2
hia returned to division and held until there are
Standard of India-| enough families of that group to

na at

on

Drumright
and March 20,
1928, was trans-
ferred to Aruba as
1 material chec

in the Technical
28 Service Depart-
ment.

In 1929 he was
promoted to engi-
neer in TSD and
the next year was
appointed a gas plant foreman. In
1939 he was made a ant division
superintendent in the Gas Plant and
in 1950 became an assistant division
superintendent in Catalytic and Light
Ends.

One of Mr. Lopez’s major contri-
butions to the s of Lago was
the invention of a method of cleaning
shell and tube condensers and coolers

Mr. Lopez devised a machine which

Island





L. G. Lopez










suce



make a tour. Once the tour has been
scheduled, all families are notified.
{If the particular time and date is
not convenient for a family, it can
arrange to take the tour
time.

The first invitation
{the employee must
Without this notice
lations Department
{| tours.

another

sent to
be returned.
the Public Re-
cannot arrange

card

| would pump a muriatie acid solution
\through the equipment to dissolve
and flush away the seale with which
it became clogged. The machine was
publicized throughout the oil refining
industry because it cut the cleaning







Colombia Oil Find Said

South America’s Biggest



The Inter-American Press
tion has charged Nicaragua with cur-
tailing the In a
cable to President Anastasio Somoza,
the law making
published "desacato” (disrespectful)
references toward the president pun-
ishable was a curtailment of freedom
of the pr

ssocia-



freedom of press

association said a







eo
The Colombian government said
United States technicians have pin-
pointed huge quantities of under-
ground oil in the Catatumbo area of
Colombia. Large-scale exploitation,
the government said, would produce
more oil than any other South Ame-
rican field.
See
Anton Berhnhard van Bomel of
The Hague kept his pipe going for
89% minutes on 24% grams of tobacco
and walked off with the national pipe
smokers’ championship held at
merend, The Netherlands.
x XX
Jamaica has shipped 5000 banana

Pur-

i stems wrapped in cellophane to Eng-

time by 75 per cent and added 50
per cent to the life of the coolers
und condensers.

Mr. Lopez left Aruba Oct. 5 on
accrued furlough time.
Report
land. If they arrive with fewer
bruises and have a better color when



ripe as is expected, the island’s ba-
nana growers expect to wrap all
stems in cellophane before shipment.
cee

St. Vincent is developing a handi-
craft industry of hats, bags, mats
and baskets made from sisal which
the island’s agricultural department
is urging farmers to grow.



sis

x



x
| A group of Miami transportation
men announced that a Fiesta Night”
would be held at Julio’s Adobe House.
What was the entertainment for the
gala event? A talk on "Carrier Lia-
bility on Loss and Damage Claims.



0

An undetermined number of Texas
Oil Co. employees died late last month
when the Catalina flying boat in
which they were flying to Bogota,
Colombia, for the weekend collided
with a Colombian fighter plane near
La Dorado. The unidentified fighter
pilot parachuted to safety.







(This is another in a series of photographic reports entitled

the Esso News
of the world-wide market it
countries.)



Ie the past seven years over 750,000 persons,

lured by the challenging chance of a new
life, have headed south across the Pacific
Ocean to settle in Australia.

They went — as thousands did before them
— to try their luck along the frontiers, beside
the shores, within the cities of this country
which is a continent; which in 165 years has
risen from an aboriginal backwoods to star in
the galaxy of nations.

Today Australia is an affirmed world power.
Its representatives help shape all United Na-
tions decisions on Pacific and Asiatic problems.
Its armed forces and military potential con-
stitute a major portion of the arsenal of free-
dom.

Its production is shipped world-wide and its
markets are an international economic factor.
Its people exemplify the spirit of independence
which has sparked the development of the
great nations of history.

In becoming a world force the people of
Australia surmounted hardships which might
have defeated a less hardy breed. First was the
country’s geographical location.

Land connects North and South America
and only the narrow Bering Strait separates
North America from Asia. Land links Europe
and Asia and Europe and Africa. But the
Lonely Continent” — Australia — at the time
of its discovery lay thousands of sea miles
from the nearest centers of population. Would-
be settlers faced an ocean voyage of months.

So isolated was Australia that much of its
animal and plant life was unique. The kan-
garoo, the duckbill platypus, the wombat, the
wallaby and the flying opposum were found
nowhere else. The giant eucalyptus and other
flora existed only in Australia.

Once arrived the newcomers found a country
where December arrived during the summer
— July in the midst of winter. They found a
land which ranged from an arid plateau to a
steaming tropical lowland; from a mountain
range to a lush, productive basin.

They found a land so difficult to traverse
that the two main aboriginal groups had no
contact. Each maintained its own customs;
spoke entirely different languages.

Today the country is divided into six states.
Western Australia is largely a plateau 1000
to 2000 feet high without permanent rivers
or Jakes. It is principally valuable for its gold
mines which have produced over $3 billion.

Northern Australia is also largely plateau
with its northernmost area — Arnheim Land —
given over to reservations for the aboriginal
natives of the island.

Queensland, which occupies the northeast
corner, contains the jungled Cape York Penin-
sula and the start of the Great Dividing Range
which runs down the east and southeast coasts
through populous, farm-rich New South Wales
and Victoria.

These three states are home to over 80
per cent of the population and contain the
principal cities of Brisbane, Sydney and Mel-
bourne, Canberra, the capital, is in the Austra-
lian Capital Territory which is carved out of
New South Wales much like the District of
Columbia.

Adelaide, in the farming state of South
Australia and Perth, on the southwest coast in
West Australia, are the country’s other two
large cities. Tasmania, an island off the
southeast coast, forms the country’s. sixth
state.

A Portugese, Manuel Godhino de Eredia, is
believed to have discovered Australia in 1601.












Luis Vaez de Torres, a Spaniard, is also
thought to have visited the land in 1605 or
1606.

In the next century, however, the Dutch

arrived and named the continent New Holland.

World with



round the

Because of the international character of its personnel — and because
serves — Lago and its employees are interested in these

In 1770 the famous British explorer Capt.
James Cook reached Australia. His description
of the country — coupled with England’s re-
cent loss of her American colonies — stirred
th> creation of a development company whose
11 ships arrived at what is now Sydney in 1788.

By 1 all of Australia — and the neigh-
boring island of New Zealand — had become
a British dependency. The mining of gold, zinc,
tin, coal and other underground deposits, the
raising of sheep and the cultivation of wheat
on the wide-open plains became the basis of
the country’s economy.

As the years passed and civilization over-

ran much of the previously unsettled portion
of the world, Australia was still a land of
opportunity and immigrants — squrred by the
hunger which brought the first settlers — con-
tinued to arrive.
As prospectors, miners, ranchers,
and adventurers pushed the frontier
the seacoast towns prospered, processing and
shipping the fruits of the inland labors. A
culture developed and a university — the first
of four now in operation — was established in
Sydney in 1852.

When World War I struck freedom-conscious
Australia immediately rmed forces
to back the Allied ca > Anzacs — Au-
stralian and New Zealand troop
hailed world-wide for their military exploits.

With the cessation of hostilities, Australia
continued compulsory military training until
1929 and had a nucleus of experienced military
men to recall to service when World War II
broke out and Japanese forces threatened to
over-run the island.

With the Japanese invasion threat wiped
out in the Battle of Coral Sea, Australia be-
came a staging area from which the Allies
mounted the offensive which swept north
through the island chain and eventually de-
feated Japan.

World War II pointed out the need of aug-
menting Australia’s mining-animal husbandry-
agriculture economy with heavy industry. By
the time Australian forces were leaving to
fight in Korea, steel ore mining, steel making
and fabricating were well underway coupled
with shipbuilding, oil refining and a host of
other basic industrial enterprises.

In addition the country esources were
being exploited as ne before. Airplanes
were playing a major role in opening up the
few remaining undeveloped territories. Rail-
roads — operated by the states — were taking
in settlers and hauling out produce.

Wool, mutton, wheat, precious metals, tim-
ber, cotton, rice, tobacco, citrus and other tro-
pical fruits, manufactured goods and raw
materials were pouring into the ports and
across the sea. Inland dams were providing
hydro-electric power and irrigating waters. A
tourist industry was developing along the
Great Ba r Reef just off Australia’s north-
east shore.

Flowing into the seaports and airports was
a tide of immigrants anxious to share in the
development of the country. Prior to World
War II the i ’s population was barely seven
million. Today it is close to nine million —
swelled by the greatest migrant program ever
undertaken,

"Why is it,” the question has been asked,
"that a country with barely the population of
New York City should have such an important
international role?”

An Australian official has given this answer.
"Australi numbers may be smal] — its
wealth may also be limited in comparison to
its larger partners in democracy,” he said.

”But its moral, physical, political fibr
measured by these factors. Australia’s voice
and effort will always be forthright in the
councils of world democracy.”











farmers

back,










were


















s not







ARUBA ESSO NEWS
hw

October 23, 1953





HERE is the River Yarra winding through Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria and }
country’s population of just under 9,000,000 live in

AKI ta Rio Yarra corriendo atravez di Melbourne, capital di estado Victoria y residencia di 1,360,
di solamente 9,000,000 hende ta biba den ciudadna,



WITH combines such as these, Australian farmers produce close to 200,000,000 bushels of
wheat each year in the inland plateaus and tablelands.

Cu mashinnan manera esaki, cunuceronan Australiano ta produci cerca 200,000,000 medida di
trigo cada anja den terrenonan interior.



Cia

GREAT BARRIER REEF, off Australia’s north-east coast, is beginning to sparkle with re-
sorts such as this on Hayman Island.

GREAT BARRIER REEF, na costa norte di Australia, ta cuminza relumbra cu recursonan 5

manera esaki ariba Hayman Island.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS

October 23, 1953





ies. Over 5,500,000 of the EILDON DAM, shown here in south-eastern Australia, is one of AUSTRALIAN sheep, 115,000,000 of them, provide one-quarter of





| Ene to 1,360,200 Auss rn Aus LIA! 1 1 r
n |ties. many now supplying electricity and irrigation waters. the world’s fine wool. An expert can strip the fleece in one piece.
) Australiano. Mas cu 5,000,000 di e populacion EILDON DAM, munstra aki den zuid-oost Australia, ta un di e can- CARNE di Australia, 115,000,000 di nan, ta produci un cuarta parti

| tidadnan cu awor ta percura pa electricidad y awa pa irigacion. di lana na mundo. Un experto por corta tur e lana den un pida.



5 oe ?





WHYALLA, a fast-growing ship-building and iron-making center on the southern coast, HORSES played an important part in opening up Australia, but in most work today
reflects Australia’s developing interest in establishing basic industries. have given way to machines. However, they still haul logs in Western Australia forests.
WHYALLA, un centro di astilleria y industria di herro cu ta desaroya rapidamente na costa CABAI a hunga un parti importante den habrimento di Australia, pero awendia mashin
sur, ta refleha interes creciente di Australia pa establece industrianan basico. a reemplaza nan. Sinembargo, ainda nan ta worde usa pa lastra palo den selvanan di

Australia Occidental.





S have built up coastal cities such as Mel-



SYDNEY, with 1,610,580 residents, is Australia’s largest eas i ‘lying
city. Above is Martin Place. Bcs bourne, part of whose busy harbor is shown here. and thin population creates the Flying
aX TAC ere picking a patient.
EXPORTACION a desaro idadnan litoral manera hereypicking upya)p



BLE ea get Oinee eens, aie ciudad mas gran- Melbourne, di cual un parti di su haaf hopi frecuenta DISTANCIANAN grandi y populacion chikito di Australia a lamta Ser-
i di Australia. Ariba ta Martin Place. ta munstra aki. vicio di Doctor Bulando, cogiendo un paciente aki.





ARUBA ESSO NEWS October 23, 1953
er 25, oe

Auto Driving School Here Will Use
First Dual-Control Car In Aruba

Aruba’s steadily growing list of
| schools got a new addition late last
month when the Auto Driving School
opened in the Central Garage at Cura
g | Cabai.

Unlike most
ning, however,







institutions of lear-
the Auto Driving
School has traveling class-room
a dual-control 1948 Mercury —
and expects to add a 1949 Chrysler.

Principal of the school is Bernar-
dino C. Senchin, a veteran instructor
with a special government license
who guarantees to teach anyone
— ’Well, almost anyone” — to drive
an automobile within four weeks.

During one-hour-a-day classes, Mr.
| Senchin also plans to teach the novice
| motorist how to change a tire, how
to check the car’s gasoline, oil and
water supply and other fundamentals
; of auto operation.

In partnership with Mr. Senchin is
R. M. Maxwell, owner of the Central
Rain cinbers ot ehemGrebnauadeor | Garage who spent two weeks adap-
BQ 3, is shown putting out 2 |ting the two-door, four-passenger
gasoline blaze with a dry chemi- {Coupe to dual controls.

cal extinguisher. “It’s the first one on the island,”
LAGO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL |Mr. Maxwell said, pointing to the
cu ta consciente di e valor di pre- | car’s two steering wheels, two foot-
vencion di candela a tuma parti | brakes, two clutch pedals, two gas
den e siman reciente di prevencion | pedals, twin ignition switches and
di candela. Na un sesion pafor ari- | starter buttons.
ba Hassell Field, e studiantenan As the partners explained it, Mr.
ee |Senchin will sit behind the righthand
(Griba) lyin iulivailemonstraciorll | steering wheel, the student behind the
left. In the early stages Mr. Senchin

hermentnan (robez). Frank Ker-
sout, un miembro di brigada di | Will do the driving while the student
paga candela di BQ 3, ta munstra_ | simulates the operation of the steer-
pagando un encendio di gasoline | ing wheel and pedals.
cu un pagador di quimico seco. Later the student will drive and| tation of the Mercury which will be | tors.

3 | "that’s why we have the dual con-|used to teach the operation of the Mr. Maxwell’s handiwork, he said,
| trols,” Mr. Senchin explained. The i

Fl u id Coki ng Process To Hel p linstructor will be able to apply the | ee Oe aan | mie ee ern vate
Conserve Petroleum Resources| Wharfinger A

Development of a new refining process, which will help conserve Haya Un Tonio
petroleum resources by making more gasoline and home heating oil Z
from crude oil, was announced recently by the Standard Oil Develop- Morto Na Rit
ment Company, central research and engineering affiliate of Standard} Agapito Romero, un wharfinger
Oil Company (New Jersey). b = iba No. Reef Dock, tabata laga

The novel process, called Fluid) supply the heat needed for the pro- | trabao Oct. 8 atardi ora el a mira un
Coking, provides oil refiners with a|cess, but part of it is removed as a | tonino = evidentemente mata door |
flexible and economical means of | by-product. The by-product petroleum | di chapaleta di un bapor — spula na
accomplishing this desired result. The | coke has value as fuel and may have terra na banda pafor di rif.
new process will aid in the exploita-| more valuable applications in the, _Ora el a yega trabao su siguiente |
tion of reserves of very low grade | metal-producing industries. dia curiosidad a induci Sr. Romero pa
crude oils which until now could not Under development for over four bira cadaver di e bestia. Mientras el
be economically refined. years and demonstrated successfully | tabata haci asina, un ola a lora bini

The new Fluid Coking process is|in a large scale pilot plant at the |aden, laba poco sanger for di den e|
the latest application of the "fluid-| Esso Laboratories in Baton Rouge,|¢oTta cu e chapaleta a habri den |

ized solids” technique, originated by | Louisiana, Fluid Coking is now ready i dese di e pisca, y a bolbe lora bai
pa lamar.

a

{






FIRE PREVENTION concious
Lago Vocational School students
took part in the recent fire pre-
vention week. At an _ outdoor
session on Hassell Field, the stu-
dents listened to fire prevention
and fire fighting lectures (above)
and watched demonstrations of
equipment (left). Frank Kersout,





Li

THE AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL’S classroom is this dual-control Mer-
cury. R. M. Maxwell, foreground, adapted the 1948 coupe so B. C. Senchin,
background, the school’s instructor, may assume control of the car if a
student panics. Notice the twin steering wheels, double sets of foot pedals.

KLAS DI ’Auto Driving School’ ta e Mercury aki cu do
control. R. M. Maxwell, adilanti, a adapta e coupe 1948 asina cu B. C.
Senchin, atr instructor di e school, por tuma control di e auto si un
studiante spanta. Mira e dos stuurwiel y e set dobbel di pedalnan di pia.







istema di











brake, disengage the clutch or take|used to teach the operation of the
over the steering when necessary. automatic-shift type of vehicle.
The instructor’s steering wheel is| The right hand manifold of
geared so that it is stronger than
the student’s, allowing the teacher to |for the second
; assume instant control of the car if|a special devi
|the student panics.
Mr. Maxwell worked out the adap-



the

Mercury was relocated te make room
teering column and
Max-





— which Mr.
| well preferred to keep under wr
was designed for the dual accelera-







Aruba Driving School Ta Usa

Promer Auto Cu Stuur Dobble

Ultimo parti di luna pasé Aruba a haya un otro school mas ora Auto
Driving School a habri na Central Garage na Cura Cabai.

Sinembargo, contrario na mayoria institucionnan di enseyanza, Auto
Driving School tin un klas cu ta move — un Mercury 1948 cu dobbel
stuur — y ta spera di agrega un Chrysler 1949.

Director di e school ta Bernardino ; = ==
C. Senchin, un instructor veterano cu| ’” . £
permit special di gobierno kende ta | Rainy Season
garantiza pa sinja cualkier hende — | Start May Shift

"Wel, casi tur hende” un
Back To October

auto den cuatro siman.








2





'



— corre





















Standard Oil Development. A fluid-| for commercial application. The first a B Durante lesnan di un ora pa dia Sate ; :
like stream of hot, finely-divided coke | commercial installation planned, and| Dentro di cinco minuut dos tibron Sanghintnnntenciont ad ante oe BtoB Eres Deen ie Ca
io’ nishe at --| already i esi a i »|cu ta cruza den Caribe, a haya holor|’)." > pa sinja St) tistics has been losing its art of
particles furnishes the heat and sur-| already in the design stage, is for |‘U be, y discipulons en Des micambis s
; gia Sette | Vix 2 RR eM di sangre y a landa bin na e lugar | ‘S8cipulonan tambe com ta cambia un | the yainy season” tag to November,
face area required to vaporize and|the Billings, Montana refinery of |@! Sangre y a landa bin na e lugar) si. ta check gasoline di e auto, | +; d : 5
erase CDN RE HON Sete eo 5 rane “1-4 | exacto unda e pisca tabata. ire, Com'ta Check! gasohne di € auto;| bids fair to get back in the running
convert the heavy residual fractions | the Carter Oil Company, an affiliate ; ALE DIsCa. VADALes, © su azeta y awa y otro puntonan fun- Bengt Hiss.
of crude oil. The useful lighter pro- | of JerSey Standard. Another affiliate,|_ Ni pasamento di botonan di loods, nee “di operacion di auto. Sue . sh rain fell duri
ducts so produced withdrawn for|the Esso Standard Oil Company,|/@ncha of tanqueronan di azeta ta- Asocia. cu Sr. Senchin ta R. M ae eta ata eg pene gad
z inrocesa: Salcaae formed inl plans anata ie oye .| bata spanta nan, y nan a keda cru ge Es . : - M-)the first half of the month as fell
further processing. Coke is formed in| plans to install a 10,000 barrels per | I 2 Maxwell, donjo di Central Garage
ne tae circulating | da | a fee ea ss bai y bini den awa purbando pa ha es a “ ; - 7arase| throughout October last year and
the process. Part of the circulating day Fluid Coking unit at its Baton ) AW 2D Pp Ya!iende a pasa dos sims a trahe 2 .
fluidized coke can be burned to, Rouge refinery. — un modo pa yega na e tonino morto. | °NG® 2 Pasa dos Siman pa traha/ weather conditions indicate the total
Te Aan ARC aru oN , dobbel stuur pa e auto di dos porta, | fa}] may well double that of October,



Ex-Curacgao Governor's |

Last Descendant Dies

The last direct descendant of Peter
Stuyvesant, one-time governor of Cu-
racao who went on to become the last
Dutch governor of New Amsterdam,
died last month in New York. |

Eighty-three-year-old Augustus van
Horne Stuyvesant was buried in a
vault of St. Mark’s-in-the-Bouwerie |
which holds the bodies of Peter and/
80 other Stuyvesants. His passing |
amarked the end of New York’s prou-
dest First Family.

Unlike his swashbuckling, sea-faring
ancestor who was wounded and later
Jost his leg after an attack on the
then Portugese island of St. Martin,
Mr. Stuyvesant — one of the wealth-
jest men in New York — lived a}
quiet, lonely life.

Spurning friendship, he lived alone
in a six-story home with 10 servants |
who delivered his food to an empty}
yoom and sometimes did not see him
for weeks.

His butler since 1920, an English-
man named Ernest Vernon, said, "We
were complete stranger: Mr. Stuy-
vesant never replied to a letter, re-|









turned a visit answered a tele-
phone call.

Each day at noon, dressed in a
high-collared black suit, he would go
for a walk. Several times each week

or

| his chauffeur would drive him to St. |

Mark’s where he would wander about

the church-yard where he said he felt |

at home.”

His feeling for most of his forbears
became evident in his will which
directed that all portraits and minia-
tures of members of the family be
destroyed at his death.

He had slight regard for the first
Stuyvesant, a West India Company
captain who governed Curacao from

| 1634 to 1644 and New Amsterdam —

later New York — from 1645 to 16!

Ironically, the bulk of his estate
went to help the people who live in
the area which once was the site of
Peter Stuyvesant’s farm ’’Bouwerie”.
He left close to $10,000,000 to St.
Luke’s Hospital to build a free clinic
for the poor of New York’s lower
East Side.



Tin ora nan tabata yega asina cerca
| di terra cu tabata parce manera nan
tabatin idea di subi.

Tres homber cu tabata tira pis

¢



w



un poco pa zuid di unda e tonino ta- mu
bata, a worde avisé pa sali for di x

den awa. Nan a waak e pisca morto,
tira un vista ariba e dos tibronnan
landando y a comenta, ”Abo nan lo
no haci ningun danjo mas. Nan ta
sigui landa rond di nos henter ora.”

Eventualmente, mientras tempo y
marea tabata haci nan trabao, wa
di e tibronnan a worde compensa.
un momento cadaver di e tonino
keda drief, despues el a move algun
pia pa lamar y despues a desaparece
bao olanan.

Lago Will Use
Esso Water-Mark

When Lago has exhausted its
existing stock of stationery, it will

n
je

da
Pa

a





oO

d











| stuur y "ta pe
Sr. Senchin a splica. E instructor por | to 8.38 inches the next yez
| coi brake, hinea e clutch of tuma con-) pemained
trol di e auto ora ta ne



uatro pasahero.

”Ta di promer na Aruba,” Sr. Max-
vell a bisa, munstrando e dos stuur-
an di e auto, e dos brakenan, dos
edal di clutch, dos pe di gasoline

dos switch y dos boton di s

Sr. Senchin lo sinta tras di e stuur
a banda drechi, e studiante tras di
sun robez. Na principio Sr. Senchin





lo stuur mientras e studiante ta si-
mula operacion di stuur y pedalnan. | each year since 1949 while that of

Mas despues e studiante mes ta
nos tin dos stuur,”



Stuur di e instructor ta t

fuerte cu esun di e studiante, asina cu | theory that the rainy season is
el por tuma control di e auto mes|ting from October,
December to
and January.



ra si e studiante spanta.
Sr. Maxwell a proyecta
ie Mercury cu lo worde us




acion
pa sin-





ja operacion di un auto convencional, |
vi

cual




adaptacion di e Chry

r





start writing its letters on paper pa sinja ope

which will bear an Esso — rather| nan cu transmision automatico.

than the paper manufacturer’s — E manifoldo banda drechi di e
| water-mark. Mercury a worde kita pa lugar
| The Esso water-mark was develop-| pa e di dos stuur y un aparato spe-
}ed by ndard Oil Company (N.J.) | cial — cual Sr. Maxwell tabata pre-
as an advertising and identification | fera pa tene scondi — a worde desig-
device. It is not expected the new|n. eradornan.




mark will appear on Lago correspon-
| dence for eight or nine months.



vell a worde in-

. Max



| specta y aproba door di poliz.



lo}
ion di auto- |

| 1952.

In the first 16 days of this month,
.93 inches of rain were recorded by
the Technical Service Department
which has been keeping a check on
|the weather since 1929. Last year .95
inches fell during all of October.
| The average October rainfall the
past 24 years has been 1.99 inches.
The October rainfall had declined



| November — which hit a new low
| of .89 inches in 1949 — bounced back
and has
since



above two inches

These figures gave rise to



November and
November, December







Simon Tromp
Simon Tromp, a mason helper
B with over four years of service,
died Oct. 13 at the Lago Hospital.
He was ars of age.
| A native of Aruba and a resi-
dent of Noord, he was unmarried
survived by his parents.
es were held Oct. 14
1 Roman Catholic
radera.













and is
Funeral serv
at St. Filome
Church at Pa









October 23, 1953



A WALL CLOCK and a pen and pencil set were presented by fellow

Shipyard workers to Eliphelet Arrin
than 21 years of service. He was honor

UN OLOSHI di muraya y un set di p

dell who retired Oct. 1 after more
ed at a retirement luncheon Sept. 30.

en y potlood a worde presenta door

di companjeronan di trabao na Eliphelet Arrindell kende a retira Oct. 1

despues di mas cu 21 anja di I
comida, di reti



Two Employees Have Six Ideas

yicio. El a worde honra durante un

ro Sept. 30.

Accepted

"Ideas’ Are, Worth Fis. 1335
To 26 Suggestors During July

Lago, profiting from 31 ideas acce

spted by the Coin Your Ideas com-

mittee during July, rewarded the suggestors with a total of Fls. 1335.

The top award went to S. Br
employee, who suggested that the n

athwaite, committee coordination
umber of tellers in committee elec-

tions be reduced. Mr. Brathwaite also received awards totaling Fls. 50

for two other accepted ideas.

ll, Transportation Group

took total of
three ideas which were



emple down a
Fis. 15
accepted.
ax
ed Fls. 100 for his suggestion that a
repair sing stand for motor
scooters be installed.
Other awards went to:



for
. Branigan, a Garage and

ard-




ion employee, was



nspol

and g



Accounting Department

Griffith Fils. ¢
Colony Service Department
O. Jacobus Fs.
N. Allard

Ind. Rel. Department

S. Brathwaite F
Reduce No. of tellers - Election.
A. Hassell (supplemental) Fls. 75
Discontinue use of company taxis for
delivering tanker passenger mani- |
fests and personal shipment authori-

W.H



Fls. 2!







zations to Marine Office and Store-
house.
A. Hassell Fls. 50



I.R .forms return
authorization family
A. Hassell

S. Brathwaite

O. Tromp

A. Reyes
N
S

transportation
members.



idus



- Qui

3. Brathwaite



Lago Police Dept.

A. Ten Hove Fls. 20
Marine Department
N. H. Wong Fls. 50



Marine - prepare Provident Fund &|





M.N.O.P.F. contributions fund in
alphabetical order.

P. Panneflek Fls. 2
S. Boekhoudt F



P. Panneflek
B. O.

(supplemental) Fls.
Marquis Fls. 20

Mechanical Department
Administration









D. B. Richardson Fis |
Mech. - Safety Slips - reporting |
supervisor to mention craft.
Cc. R. Bolah
. Sukhdeo
Storehouse

H
M. Hinds
A. I. Heyliger
Col. Maintenance
J. Freundel
Gar. & Transp.
Sranigan



M. St. Paul
M. St. Paul
Process Department
Acid & Edel.
W. E. Viaun Fis. 30

Cat. & L. E.

W. H. Norris (supplemental) Fls.

30
1

2 | District Rep

;D

Lago Contributes
F. 1000 For Piano

"Whenever cultural interests
involved, can always depend on
Lago” was the way one Curacao
newspaper led off its story on the
company’s contribution of Fls. 1000
to purchase a piano for the Aruba
Musie School.

The Aruba Music School, in opera-
tion since July, 1951, is sponsored by
the Culture Centre Aruba which in

are
we






turn is partially financed by Stisusa, |

a Netherlands organization devoted
to promoting culture in the West and
East Indies








The new piano will be used for
clas which will be conducted in
the recently rebuilt reception room
of the St. Aloisius school.

COMMITTEE =|

NOTES

FSAC
J. D. Jamieson of Cracking is re-
I ing P. G. Teekens who is acting
in a supervisory capacity.
During A. Pamplin’s
which ends Nov. 13, J. F.







furlough
Engle of





the Me inical Department will be
the replacement.
DRs

G. K. Sealey of the Shipyard is
replacing B. de Kort who is due back
from vacation Noy. 2

H. E. Johnson of cking will be
on vacation until January. Constitu-
ents may contact District Represen-
tatives in Departmental Group C.





E. D. Tromp of Mechanical —
Electrical will be on vacation until
Nov. 17. Constituents may contact




esentatives in Depart-
mental Group B.

L. B. Kock of Mechanical — Car-
penter and Paint will be on vacation
from Oct. 27 to Dec. 30. He will be
replaced by J. Maduro.

LCAC

Simon Geerman of the Marine
Shipyard will be on vacation until
6. His replacement is A. Kelly
of Cracking.





| SPAC

N. C. Baptiste of Process Control
started a week’s vacation Oct. 19. He
will return Oct. 26.

Juste de Vries of C & LE returns
from vacation Oct. 24 and will re-
lieve Pedro Mortis.





ARUBA ESSO NEWS

\Shipyard Worker |
Retires Dec. 1

After more than 20 years of ser-
vice in the Shipyard, Jan L. Lampe, |

a boilermaker B,|
will retire Dee. 1.|
He will make his}
home in Aruba.
Mr. Lampe was
first employed in
June, 1933, as al
first class mecha- |
iical helper. Three
years later he be
drydock









‘ame a
nechanie C,
| ~ promoted to dry-

J.L. Lampe dock mechanic B|
in 1942 and six years later was made |
a boilermaker B. |

arubsteurene Mail
Days Are Changed

Air mail bound from Aruba
England and the Continent will leave
; the island Monday, Wednesdz
| da id Saturday instead of Tuesday
|Thursday and Saturday, it was



was











an- |

| nounced earlier this month.
the

Closing hours at Esso Post
office will be:

Monday, Wednesday,
9:45 a.m. iday, 45 a.m. and
Saturday 7:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.

Closing hours at the San Nicolas
post office will be:

Mond: 8 a.m.; Wednesday, 11
a.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. and Saturday
8 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Closing hours at
post office will be:

Monday, 10 a.m.; Wednesday, 4
p.m.; Friday, 2:30 p.m. and Saturday
}10 a.m, and 4 p.m.
|
|









the Oranjestad

Cuatro funcionando
‘Un Nobo A
Consegui Park Board

Cuatro miembro funcionando y un

dos anja na Lago Sport Park Board
| durante un eleccién teni dia 14, 15 y
{16 di October.

Di e 5742 empleadonan eligible y
|cu derecho di vota, 4934 of 85.9 por
|ciento a vota valido pa debolbe Juan
3riezen, Mateo Reyes, Andries Geer-
man y Robert E. A. Martin
board y eligiendo pa promer
Raymundo Q. Kemp. Sr. Briezen, un
empleado di Process Department, a
|hanja 2650 voto; Sr. Reyes, un
|empleado di Mechanical Department,
}a hanja 1929 voto; Sr. Geerman, un
{empleado di Accounting Department,
|a hanja 1810 voto; Sr. Martin, antes
| presidente di e board y un empleado
di Mechanical Department a hanja
5 voto.

na e





|Maduro Honra
Despues di 35 Anja
Na Oficina di Belasting

| Casi 350 persona a reuni na club-






bierno ariba e fecha ey |

Gezaghebber Dr. L. C. Kwartsz, e
| vocal principal na e celebracion, a re- |
| lata e carera gubernamental di Sr. |
|Maduro y a desea e "un bida largo |
pasobra Aruba lo no sabi com haci
sin su servicionan.”

Cc. J.
bela:

g¢



van der Brink, ontvanger di |
sting na Aruba, a complimenta e
icio pa pueblo” di Sr. Maduro y
a presente un set di muebles di ¢:









sna



nomber di su companeronan di be-!
| lasting.
| J. van der Schoot, President di

Aruba Juniors, a presenta Sr. Maduro
un horloge di mur na nomber di e
club di cual e ta p dente honorario.
Un figura deportista veterano,
| Maduro ta tambe un miembro di di-
|rectiva di Wilhelmina Stadion, un
oficial di Aruba Voetbal Bond y otro
| organizacionnan atletico.













nobo a worde nombra pa termino di|

bez |






IN FRONT of the General Office Building, Dr. Jimenez’s party and
guides look north toward the Cat Cracker and the other refinery units.

DILANTI Oficina Mayor, e grupo di Dr. Jimenez y su acompanjantenan
ta waak pa nord na Cat Cracker y otro plantanan den refineria.

OILOGRAM

ACROSS,

1. Another name for the biggest consumer
| of petroleum products.

Rina City, Oklahoma oll center.

9. To Capture.

Nickname of U.S. President elected
two years after Drake drilled the
first of] well.

Abreast of, nautically.

Eddie Cantor's wife.

The petroleum industry insures the
uniformity and quality of its
products through these.

17+ Petroleum-powered vehicle which has
helped to rovolutionize American
farming.
Wild plum,
flavoring.
Farm structure used for storing
green fodder.

21. One of the two bones of the
When an of] 1s on every oil
| pany has to compete as one of these.

esteemed as a beverage

forearm.

rush com-

| 28. On (French).
30. Not on.
32. Appears.
33. Bowlike curves.
35. The piper's son.
37. British slang: a slacker or one who

Lives by his wits.
|
!
|

huis di Aruba Juniors dia 7 di Octo-| 38. Perfect.

ber pa honra Jos Maduro kende a! 4: Popular name for any kind of an insect
5 : sheen om 42. What we have while sitting, but lose

completa 35 anja den vicio di Go- when we stand up.

Eight out of nine wildcat wells is one
of these.

Geological structure associated with
salt, hich often ytelds oil+

47. Part of the iris.

English school.

Each of the thousands of oil compan-
tes, to stay tn business, must do this.
An herb whose seeds are used in

flavoring aniset.



56. Beverage brewed from malt and hops.
57. Made a mistake.

59. Mrs. Martin Johnson,

60. Insecticide (popular form).

61. Petroleum sc ists measure th

to give consumers better fuel
62. He "King Cole* to Juk
fans.



1s also

4. Refinery units which more tham double
the yield of gasoline from crude oil.
(collog-)

2. Cain's brother.

J. The oil industry has
program for rving

4. They get cigars
Father's Day.

5. Siberian River.

6. Fishermen use

7. Indian tribe
West Indies.

an effective
thes
and neckties on



these.

formerly inhabiting









viri's name (rare).



This of1 drilling tool owes its prow
sent effectiveness to the constant
competitive research going on in the
industry.

Activity.

American sturgeon.

Research-born additive which inhibits
knocking and increases octane rating
(abbr.)
Systems of rul
Word of refusal.
Towards the stern
Act_of depleting.
Suffix of disease
condition of the bloo¢
Reply requested. (Abbreviation found
on formal tnvitation

Told.

East Indian Lan
Ornament for 4
Kept vigil, as»



ef a vessel.

names denoting a






Backwards (prefix).

A fascinating subject to the ladies
(and vice versa!)

Prefix denoting the flight mediua--pos-
ered and lubricated by petroleum products
A Greek mountain: ay thology mys the slants
heaped it on Olympus to scale the heavense
Tidy.

Bounder

No longer young

Encountered

Published sales talks.

And (French).











































ARUBA ESSO NEWS



October 23,

1953





|
| Cuba Captures
Amateur Series

| Defeating Venezuela in straight
games in a two-out-of three series,
Cuba annexed its seventh Amateur





World ries championship at Ca-
racas earlier this month. Both
teams finished the regular scrie

with identical records of
10 and 1 thereby necessitating the
deciding playoffs.

Winning the final game 4—0
gave Cuba exactly half of the 14
World Series staged by the Inter-
national of Amateur
Baseball.

schedule



Federation

How Mr. Spider Fooled
The Scheming Devil

For some time, Mr. Spider lived like a rich man. Every week he gave
a big party at his home. Servants walked up and down through the



NEW ARRIVALS

September 13






house. Mrs. Spider and all the nine children spiders were always dressed | recanates Alfred G. - Shipyard: A son,

in expensive clothes. oSerEy . - Lake Fleet: A son, |
However, things could not go on this way. Many expenses and no | September 14

earnings are certain to empty the, — | CYRUS, Randolph G. - Mech, - Yard:












Eee Heit reARuryoinia shores time One| idea struck him. He strolled to the
z alana y nearest store and bought a sack of A son, /

morning he noticed that the bottom | ELLIS) 5

7 e athers e rlue. 2 E acques
of his trunk was showing. His money eathers and a bottle of glue. Then Be | Pedro Roberto.
was running out. Mr. Spider felt roamed villages and forests until he September 15
niserable. At last he set out to the got on the head of an ox and the tai] | BRADSHAW, Sandford A. - Light Oils:
A } e 3 of a horse. The day before he was to

A son, Hilary Erwin.
forests where he wandered for a long September 16

[. - Lake Fleet:

- Commissary: A son,

time thinking what he should do now. | ™¢et the devil, he came home with six THOMAS, George A. - Central Tool Room:

5 : E ae = A son, Roy Jr.

But behold, nothing else but the devil dead chickens in a bag. DE CUBA, Armando - Mech. - Electrical:
Having all the material he needed A son.

appeared to him.

September 17
"Hello, Mr. Spider, what’s worry-

for his plan, Mr. Spider set to work. Edmond H. P.

| FoRTU INO, Mech,



eae He poured glue all over the body rage: A’ son
ane gyous of his donkey. Then he stuck the | CAROLINA, Hyacintho - Mech. - Welding:
- ‘ emai, S y. 1 son.
Man,” replied Mr. Spider, "I am | ¢oathers on the animal’s hide. Next he | ORKHOUDT, Concesion - Cracking - A son

in a terrible mess and I don’t know









; tied the head of the ox to the head of| October 2

how to get out. My funds are running the donkey. The tail of the horse was | aS Oey Ben ;
to the end, and I am a man that likes tied to the tail of the donkey. JAVOIS, Clement A. - Mason & Insu.:
duxury, parties, dances, you know. After this operation was performed | daughter, Dien Me suai

"Well, if that ae the trouble, MY) Mr. Spider brought in the chickens| PENA, Antonio G. - Mason & Insul.:
friend,” replied the devil, "I can help which were already in a state of ae anamhte on
you.” ; ~ decay and threw them in a corner of| A son, Nathaniel Jervil a

'T’ll be glad if you would. | the room. rol October 4

"Hre is a flute,” said the devil. Shortly after Mr. Spider finished, | eee aD aden lel poet





*"Whenever you need something you
just blow the flute and you'll get|

the devil arrived. . G. - Lago Commissary

"How long have I been on earth,













- Cat. & L. Ends:
whatever you want. There is one con-| my, Spider?” he asked. Ingrid EE
dition, however. After two weeks I'll] yy. Spider was dazed. His eyes| Ge ea NAS hine Shop:
«come back and then you will have to| were rolling around his head and he Alarico - Cracking: A son, Eric
tell me how long I have been on earth. | almost changed color. Bay Mane GckGher S
If you are able to do so, everything}| "How about having a look in this Carl W. - Lago Commissary: A son,
will remain yours, including the} yoom first?” Mr. Spider suggested. ee re Tae
magic flute. If you can’t tell me how} »what’s in there?” inquired the|,. A cae Ermita Linda. _
long I have been on earth, you will] geyil, and he pushed the door wide| A daughton Leclic Mopree vations?
be out of luck and when you die I will) o)tn, An irrisistible scent came out of Juan - Cat. & L. Ends: A son
drag you to hell. Accepted?” the room. The donkey, frightened, SAMguntin > Sheek Metal
Beaming with joy Mr. Spider! started to balk. The devil, stunned by sun der eet sites

agreed to the terms without thinking |
that he would never be in a position |
to tell the devil’s age. He took posses-




a Felomena
October 6

Nibio - Laundry

Catharina

the unpleasant odor, stepped back and
said, "What a horrible smell! Never
in the 80 years I have been on earth

A daughter,












sion of the flute and gladly started) have I smelled such an odor or seen aval aN - Lago Police: A daugh-
this way home. | such an animal.” BOASMAN, Roland G. - Mech. Yard
A period of pleasure, dances, recep- Mr. Spider almost lost his wits A daughter, Yvonne Brenetta
: i - n HARTOGH, Albert A. - TSD Lab 1:
tions and luncheons started for our|from joy. He had the devil’s secret.) “daughter, Miriam Jannet
friend. As the days passed and the ”I repeat the question, Mr. Spider, | SLING renrene e R. - Shipyard: A son,
* . ” t arc Javic
diay of the rendezvous with the devil] how long have I been on earth? ] cake ve otteken
drew nearer, Mr. Spider became up- "Eighty years,” yelled Mr. Spider. | BRYSON, William Mech, Carpenter: A
s 3 i : : daughter, Ruth sine
set. He scolded his nine children, The devil received his second sur-| gre¢ Enietignechie Teen cPolice
bawled out his wife and at night he) prise. Dejectedly he said: "You are ee every, »zella Josepha
zi ‘ S a CKSON, Sa bite son é sul.:
yelled in his sleep. Now he fully re-| the first man to guess may age. You Gleantae Wallace © /tasah

alized the seriousness of the situation | may keep everything.”

he was in. | And away he walked
One day, while sitting on the porch) Spider’s kids chuckled

with a gloomy look on his face, an| father’s shrewdness.

genio - Sh

Lourdes Filomena

October 8

Agustin - Mech,
Geraldine Maria

October 9

JANSON, George A. - Instrument:

rah Claire

A daughter,
Mr.
their

while

about MADURO,

ter,

Pipe: A daugh-







Alejandro N. - L.0.F.: A son,
y | October 10 |
ncisco O, - Mech. Pipe: A son,

cardo





GUMBS, George - Drydock:
Cynthia Dolores

October 11
Ferdinand R.
Linda Carl

no - Rec. &
. Rita Mar
Ronald H.
Ronald George
MILLAN,
A daughter,

A daughter,

LO FO SANG,
A daughter,
WEVER, Luci
A daught
ABRAHAMS:
A son
MC

- Electrical:



Shipp.:



Accounting
Rick Hedges
mund W, - Mech,
Leslie





Ir










RIDDERSTAA Jacobo - Shipyard

A daughter, Francisco Ludwina

Say October 12 x
ABENVERS HAVE NOT AL James L. - L.O.F.: A son,
WAYS CONSTRUCTED THEIR oe ee
MODERN TYPE HOMES..AT ONE
TIME THEY MADE ONLY SIMPLE



- Cracking: A son,
Edison
October 13
nardo - Shipyard:
lin
. Benito - Storehouse
Eduardo
DE RIA, Marcelina H. - Industrial Rela-
A son, Kieth Henry
AINT, Hugh C. - Mech. Paint
daughter, Madeleine Yvanette
Cate bery 15

Frederick

A son,

HOLES IN THE
A son, Nelson



Soum AMERICA





VROOLIJK, Leoncio - Storehouse: A son
HAS ABOUT 20.000 NOME Kane Case Gon nion oe






hter
S$, Herman A. - Esso Dining Hall
daughter, Margo Marlijn

KINDS OF
BUTTERFLIES. ———
NORTH AMERICA (oe

Kxown AS ONLY ABOUT 700...

“BUFF GOT
ITS NAME
FROM BUFF

LEATHER

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll



WHICH WAS eboce Oct. 16 - Monday, Nov. 9
MADE OF sD I ¢
BUFFALO HIDE... STARFISHES ARE KNO WN TO MAN.. ss re ieee di oe
et. - 3 uesday, Nov. 1¢

- Ga-|

A daugh- |

|

| Arthur L.



RAMONA ROMERO of Lucky Strike takes a healthy cut at the ball
only to have it end up in the glove of Ida Abraham of Tropical. Luther
Panthophlet is the umpire. Tropical took the opening encounter 15—3.

RAMONA ROMERO di Lucky Strike a tira e bala un balente palazo so-

lamente pa mire’le baha den man di Ida Abraham di Tropical. Luther
Panthophlet ta umpire. Tropical a gana e promer encuentro 15—3.

|Tropical, Oranjestad
Store Win Ladies’
|Softball Openers

SERVICE AWARDS

30-Year Buttons



Tropical and Oranjestad Store
E. V. Miller Metal Trades | opened the Ladi Softball League
|with strong victories last week



Action at the Lago Sport Park began
Oct. 14 with avo easily defeating
Lucky Strike . The second game
of the oes Oranjestad Store
topple Amstel

20-Year Buttons

TSD-Laboratory
Garage
Marine Dept.

Garage

Hermanus F. Couzy
Apolinario Noquera
Eves
Bruno A. Lampe



saw
11—3.
Tropical opened its encounter with

Placido Schaarbaai | Lucky Strike with eight runs in the
Mason & Insulators | bottom half of the first. The winners
Romualdo Bremo added to their score throughout the
Mason & Insulators! game while Lucky Strike was held

rubiic Rel.
Shipyard

Robert W. Schlageter
Juan Henriquez

Oran-
Amstel each scored

scoreless until the last inning.

jestad Store and












| Feliciano Kock Shipyard | thre: runs in the first. That was all
Antonio Rasmijn Shipyard | for Amstel, but not Oranjestad Store.
Ignacio Kock Commissary |The Oranjestad team added to its
Victor Fortin Commissary | score in successive innings and
finished with three more in the

10-Year Buttons bottom half of the sixth.

Eight teams make up the league
atenres) Beton Garage | Pour are playing in the ‘0 Division
Sixto Franken Instrument ’ tae
Alfred C. Butts Machinist |and four in the Lago Division. It
ee oe ante Office Adm. | wil] be round-robin play with the two
Paulus Geerman Yard : 3
Erwin Dublin Marine Office | division winners meeting in a play-
Clarice depurtes Marine Office | off for the championship. The final
Marius D. Richardson Marine Office
Mercedes Beaujon Marine Office | two-out-of-three playoffs will be held
David) Charles Marine Launches| Noy, 25 and 27 and, if necessary,
Elebert S. Blyden Laundry | ’
Frans Hernandez Laundry | Dec. 2.

Alstan M. Andrew Commissary| The competing teams in addition



Alex A. S. Hassell Transportaiton Group |
c

Bertrand J. A. Rovelet lytic | to the four that have already played










Joseph L. de Freitas talytic | are Baluarte, Queen Anne, Z. H. B.
Sebert S. Nesfield vatalytic Bae

Francis P. Nunes Cracking | and Aruba Jrs.

aasewe soe Pee snp PIn, All games will be played at the
Edward M. Marteny Utilities-Engineering | | y

Vincent C. Fuller Colony Service Sport Park beginning at 8 p.m.

KEEPING the library in Lago High School a place of constant interest

is the task of these young ladi The youthful librarians, under the
supervision of faculty member Miss Dorothy Joseph (front row, right),
are shown with their latest display of new books. It is with presenta-
tions such as this that they keep other students informed of the latest
reading material available. They are (left to right, front row) Nan
Edge, Patti Pakozdi, Nancy Koopman and Mitzie Jackson; (back row)
Christina Hoglund, Eleanor Meisenheimer, Marijke Sonneveldt, Martha
Sue Lloyd, Priscilla Mathieson, Aileen McReynolds and Fredri Huising.





E HOBEN bibliotecarianan, bao di supervision di e miembro di poder
Srta. Dorothy Joseph (prome car ma man drechi), ta munstra cu nan
ultimo exhibicion di boekinan nobo. Ta cu presentacionnan manera esaki
cu nan ta tene otro studiantenan al coriente di e ultimo materialnan di
lectura obtenible. Nan ta (di robez pa drechi, prome careda) Nan Edge,






Pattie Pakozdi, Naney Koopman y Mitzie Jackson; (careda patras)
Christina Hoglund, Eleanor Meisenheimer Marijke Sonneveldt, Martha
Sue Lloyd, Priscilla Mathiesson, Aileen McReynolds y Fredri Huisins-



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LAGO Comptroller T. C. Brown (left) is shown conferring with Dr. S. Ss.

Ortiz, Dominican Republic Secretary of State for Treasury and Public

Credit, on Lago’s accounting methods. At right, front row, is A. ve

Espinal, Dominican consul general for Curagao. Left to right, rear row,

is P. M. Bastardo, Dominican consul at Aruba, J. A. Nieuw, honorary

Dominican consul and Enelindo Leanor, a Lago Marine Department
employee who escorted the visitors.



LAGO Comptroller T. C. Brown (robez) ta conferenciando cu Dr. S. 5.
Ortiz, Secretario di Tesoro y Credito Publico di Republica di anto
Domingo, tocante metodonan di contabilidad di Lago. Banda drechi, adi-
lanti, ta A. J. Espinal, consul general di Santo Domingo na Corsow. Ro-
bez pa drechi, fila atras, ta P. M. Bastardo, consul Dominicano na Aruba,
J. A. Nieuw, consul honorario di Santo Domingo y Enelindo Leanor, un
empleado di Marine Department kende a acompanja e bishitantenan.

Dominican Official
Is Lago Visitor

Dr. S. S. Ortiz, Dominican Re-
public Secretary of State for Trea-
sury and Public Credit, called on
Lago earlier this month for a first-
hand view of the company’s accoun-
ting and training methods.

Dr. Ortiz conferred with Lago
Comptroller T. C. Brown and quest-
ioned him on the company’s accoun-
tant training program. The Domin
can cabinet member explained he we
interested in training accountants

VOL. 14, No. 22







‘Wharfinger A ©
Haya Desgracia
Fatal na Waaf

Un desgracia a causa bida di Mo-
desto Maduro na Lake Tanker dock
Diadomingo atardi, October 11, poco
promer cu 6 p.m.



Mientras el tabata dirigi disconec-
tamento di un cargo hose ariba lake
tanker Mara”,
por cu tabata tene e hose a cai, dal e
ariba su cabez y bente’le den awa.




cargo boom di e ba-|



*Amacuro” yi
10 ariba waaf
mes ora pa yude'le,
pero scuridad a haci e buscamento di-
\ficil, y a pasa algun minuut promer
cu nan por a haye’le y sake’le for di
|den awa. Un doctor y ambulance a
yega imediatamente y medidanan di |
promer auxilio a worde aplica al in-
stante Sr. Maduro tabata
morto na yegada na _ hospital. Un
pathologista di gobierno a haci un in-
| vestigacion y a declara cu causa di
morto tabata un craneo fractura pa-
den.

Tripulantenan
companj-ron
a bula nz













pero







| Causa exacto di e desgracia ta
| worde investiga ainda, cu indicacion- |
|nan cu kibramento di e cadena cu ta-
bata wanta e cargo boom ta e causa.
|Di acuerdo cu esfuerzonan di Lago

(Continua na pagina 2)



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WATCHING machines sort thousands of cards in Lago’s Accounting

Department during a tour of the refinery are (left to right) Dr. Fran-

cisco Perez Jimenez, brother of Col. Marco Perez Jimenez, president of

Venezuela; Dr. Pablo Salas Castillo, Venezuela’s director of Social Secu-

rity; Ricardo Carillo and Antonio Rojas. The group also visited Curacao
on its Columbus Day weekend trip to the Caribbean area.



MIRANDO mashinnan sorta miles di carchi den Accounting Department
di Lago durante un paseo den refineria ta (robez pa drechi) Dr. Fran-
cisco Perez Jimenez, ruman di Col. Marco Perez Jimenez, presidente di
Venezuela; Dr. Pablo Salas Castillo, director di Seguridad Social di
Venezuela; Ricardo Carillo y Antonio Rojas. E grupo a bishita Curacao

tambe riba su weekend di Columbus Dag bishita na e area di Caribe.



Dr. Jimenez, Party
‘Tour Lago Plant

Lago played host Oct. 12 to Dr.
Francisco Perez Jimenez, brother of
Col. Marco Perez Jimenez, president
of Venezuela and a party of Venezue-
lan government officials and business
men.

Taking advantage of the long Co-
| lumbus Day weekend, the group stop-
"| ped first at Curacao and then came

| to Aruba and here toured Lago’s re-
| finery. They returned to Caracas the



October 23



his own country. . : . ie day. ; a ;

Tatooine Orhizananectedmlea go's | ( mM Gy t T ( , The 16 visitors, divided into two
eee of Taisenationl ee ago om ISSa r era ion O a n e groups, inspected the operating units,
Machines. He was accompanied — by f C di ae Eee ae the pees ger
Andres J. Espinal, consul general of Mm t mM sui ¢ ing, the Lago Colony and the
the Dominican Republic for Curacao, ro re | O as n ove er Esso Club.



Pedro M astardo, Dominican consul
for Aruba, Jules Nieuw,
Dominican consul and Enelindo
nor, a Lago Marine Of

honorary
Le

employee

Credit purchases at the



Four Incumbents,
One Newcomer

Gain Park Board

Four incumbent members
new-comer named to two-year
terms on the Lago Sport Park Board
during an election held Oct. 14, 15
and 16.

Of 42 employees eligible and
available to vote, 4934 or 85.9 per-
cent valid ballots in returning
Juan Briezen, Matco Re Andries
Geerman and Robert E. A. Martin to
the board and electing for the first
time Raymundo Q. Kemp.

Mr. Briezen, a Process Department
employee, drew votes; Mr.
Reyes, a Mechanical Department |

drew 1929 votes; Mr. |!
Geerman, an Accounting Department |
employee, drew 1810 votes; Mr. Mar-
tin, former board



basis. Credit buying was
inaugurated in 1941 when emplo:

ees shopped at the old commissary
located at the present site of the

and a

were new dispensary.



cast

yes,








employee,



chairman and a}



Mechanical Department employee, |
drew 1695 votes and Mr. Kemp, a}
Lago Police Department member, |

drew 1565 votes. They were declared |
elected after they drew the top five
vote totals.

Incumbent members of the 10-|
member board are Hugo de Vries of | =
the Service Dey
Damion Tromp of the Executive
Office, Jose LaCruz of the Colony
Service Department, Herman Figuei-





ra of the Process Department and a

Maximilo Kock of the Marine De-| (RUS Ata

partment. eS
The four members who were e ye

reelected were nominated. Mr. Kemp a
was a petition candidate. In all 10 we
nominees and eight petition candi-
dates competed. The winners will be
installed in a turn-over meeting ten-
tatively scheduled Oct. 27.

Agapito Romero and dead

Lago
Commissary will come to an end
with the close of business Monday,
Nov. 9. Beginning with the opening
of the commissary Tuesday, Nov.
10 all purchases will be on a cash
first



To assist employees and their fa-
milies in making the change as easily
as possible, the following questions

Their Vigil Was Rewarded

porpoise he

have been

the important

of the change:

Q— What is the last date I
make purchases on credit at the

prepared
factors

and
dealing with

answers



may |



ary? |
You make credit purchases up |
until the Lago Commissary
closes Monday, Nov. 9. When
the commissary opens Tuesday
morning, Noy. 10, all sales will

Lago Commi

hm

be cash.
Will the
quired after Nov. 9?

A — Yes. It will used as at present

charga-plate be re-

C=



Dead Porpoise Grounds On Reefdock 31ers. guts ek




found

Agapito Romero y tonino morto cu el a haya

A — No. The existing regulations on



for control of purchases.
Q— Will limit

governing allowable

credit regulations

Mishap Fatal
o Wharfinger
At Lake Dock

purchases

be changed?

allowable purchases will remain
unchanged. |

Q— How much credit do I get to)
shop from Monday, Nov. 2| An accident took the life of Mo-
through Monday, Nov. 9? desto Maduro at the Lake Tanker
A — All staff and regular employees | goe, Sunday evening, October 11;



will be allowed one-third of a
month’s (30 days) regular com- |

allowance.

shortly before 6 p.m.
While he was directing the discon-
3) necting of cargo hose on the lake
—|tanker "Mara,” the ship’s cargo boom
holding the hose fell, struck him on
|the head and knocked him into the
water.

missary
(Continued on page



Crew members from the "Amacuro”
and fellow-workers on the dock
|him, but darkness made the search
| difficult, and it was a of
s located and
er. A doctor

number



Agapito Romero, a wharfinger on
the No. 2 Reefdock, was leaving work
the evening of Oct. 8 when he spotted | brought out of the
a porpoise — evidently killed by a|and ambulance arrived immediately
ship’s propellor — washed }at the scene and first aid
the ward side of the reef. | were instituted promptl

Back at work the next day. cur-| Maduro was dead on arriv
iosity prompted Mr. Romero to turn | po,
the body over. As he did so, a wave
rolled in, washed blood
the gaping wound the propellor had
slashed in the fish’s side and receded.

Within five minutes two sharks, being investigated, with
cruising the limitless acres of the | that it to the
Caribbean, scented the blood and|shackle on the cargo boom rigging.
swam to the exact spot where the!|In line with Lago’s efforts to elimi-
fish lay.

Undaunted by passing pilot boats,
work launches or tankers, the sharks
cruised back forth to

{minutes before he







shore on measures
but Mr.
1 at the
pital. The cause of death
established by the government patho-







was





some from

sed skull fracture.
still
indications
of a



logist as a depres.

Exact cause of the accident





was due failure



nate accident hazards so far as pos-



sible, this equipment has been regu-
larly inspected, and was overhauled

and trying

é specte i a as) tw
find a way through the coral-studded and inspected within the last two
water to get at the dead porpoise, | â„¢onths.

At times they came so close inshore Mr. Maduro was an acting whar-
they threatened to beach themselves. | finger corporal, 45 years old, and

Three spear fishermen, swimming | had almost 20 years of service, over

some 100 yards south of where the! 17 years in dock operations. He is

(Continued on page 2)

| survived by his wife and 11 children.




to



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&
‘i . hae eS h
IN ORDER to familiarize the newly
Council with the over-all refinery pi

seven-hour tour of the plant earl
the Main Shops observing





er this month

ure, the company took them on a
Here they are pictured in
ation of a lathe.





the ope

PA familiariza miembronan nobo cligi di Lago Employee Council cu tur

aspectonan di refineria, Compania a
planta pa nan principio di e luna a
rando com un |



LEC Members Take
7-Hour Plant Tour

Newly elected members of the Lago |
Employee Council spent Oct. 8 in a
seven-hour tour of the refinery as
part of program designed to
acquaint them with the refinery’s
operations and supervisors.

Starting at 8 a.m. they heard an|
explanation of the refinery flow plan,
inspected several operating units,
toured the ship-yard, dry-dock and
harbor, visited the Main Shops, went |
through the No. 1 and No. 2 Power-
houses and then had lunch.

In the afternoon they inspected the
No. 2 and No. 3 laboratories, the
Equipment Inspection Group’s mater- |
ials testing laboratory and the Lago
Vocational School.

Throughout the tour they met the
men in charge of the departments
they visited and were given an. ex-|
planation of the department’s work |
and how it ties in to the over-all
refinery operation.

Five Esso Dealers
To Sponsor Posters |

On or about Nov. 1 five of the |
island’s large outdoor advertising |
signs will carry colorful safety
sponsored by the five Esso |
The safety themes of the |
concern driving in school |
areas where children are playing and
safe driving for the protection of the
driver, passengers and pedestrians.

The outdoor display is part of the;
dealers’ combined efforts to promote |
safe driving. The posters will appear |
about the same time the new traffic
booklet, Guide to Safe Driving —
prepared by Lago’s Public Relations
Department with assistance from
Lago and Government police — will
be distributed.

Wharfinger A
Haya Desgracia
Fatal na Waaf

(Continua di pagina 1)
pa elimina peligronan cu por causa
desgracia asina tanto posible, e her-
mentnan aki a worde inspecta regu-
larmente, y no mas cu dos luna pasa
nan a worde inspecta y drecha. ‘

Sr. Maduro tabata un wharfinger
corporal interino, 45 anja di edad, y
tabatin casi 20 anja di servicio, mas
a trahando ariba waaf. El a









cu 17 anj





a un paseo di siete ora den
. Aki nan ta den Main Shops mi-
athe ta traha.



EHAC Elects

Hinkson Chairman

Joseph Hinkson of Mechanical
Administration was elected chair-
man of the Esso Heights Advisory
Committee at the group’s turn-
over meeting Oct. 9. E. A. Bend of
Garage and Transportation was
elected secretary. O. D. Ifill of
Mechanical — Electrical and R. L.
Johnson of the Marine Depart-



ment fill out the committee.

The committee is the same that
had been in office, Mr. Bend and
Mr. Hinkson having been re-elect-
ed.

Miembronan di LEC
A Haci Paseo

‘Den Planta

Miembronan nobo eligi di Lago
Employee Council a pasa Oct. 8 ha-
ciendo un paseo di siete ora den re-
fineria como parti di un programa
designa pa familiariza nan cu oper:
cion y hefenan den Compania.

Cuminzando 8 a.m. nan scucha
un splicacion di flow plan di refine-
ria, inspecta varios plantanan, bishita
shipyard, dry-dock y_haaf,
Shops a pasa door di
No. 1 y No. 2 despues a bai come.

Den oranan di tramerdia nan a in-
specta Laboratorio No. 2 y No. 3, la-
boratorio di test material den Equip-
ment Inspection Group y Lago Voca-
tional School.

Durante henter e paseo nan a en-
contra e hendenan encarga cu e de-
partamentonan cu nan a bishita y a
haya un clarificacion di trabao di e
departamento y com el ta conecta cu
operacion di henter refineria.

Lago A Contribui
F. 1000 Pa Piano

”Cualkier ora cu interesnan cultural
ta involvi, nos por depende semper
ariba Lago” tabata e manera den
cual un corant di Corsow a cuminza
su storia tocante Compania su con-
tribucion di Fls. 1000 pa cumpra un
piano pa Arubaanse Muziekschool.





Powe



Arubaanse Muziekschool cu ta
funciona desde Juli 1951, ta bao
auspicio di Centro Cultural Aruba

cual na su turno ta worde financia
| pa un parti door di Sticusa, un orga-
|nizacion Holandes cu ta dedica na
promocion di cultura den India orien-



laga atras su esposa y 11 yiu.

tal y occidental.

Main |

house |

|



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



ago Commissary ta Cambia

i Credito pa Cash Nov. 10

Credito - Cu A Cuminza Na 1941 - Ta Termina
Ora Comisario Cerra Dialuna Atardi, Nov. 9

Cumpramento ariba credito na Comisario lo te

rmina ora Comisario

cerra Dialuna atardi, Nov. 9. Cuminzando for di ora Comisario habri

Diamars mainta, Nov. 10 tur cumpramento lo ta cash. Cumpramento |

ariba credito a principia na 1941 tempo cu empleadonan tabata cumpra
na Comisario bieuw cu tabata na e lugar unda dispensario nobo ta
worde traha awor.

Pa asisti empleadonan y nan fami-|
lianan pa haci e cambio mas facil po- | Cc—

| sible, e siguiente pregunta
stanan a worde prepara

y conte-|
tocante e

puntonan importante di e cambio:

Pp —

pa
to

pe
Ga



Cual ta e ultimo dia cu mi por
cumpra ariba eredito na Comi-
sario? |
Bo por cumpra ariba credito te |
ora Comisario cerra Dialuna |
atardi, Nov. 9: Ora Comisario
habri Diamars mainta, Nov. 10
tur bendemento lo cuminza tu-
ma lugar na placa efectivo.
Tin mester di charga-plate des-
pues di Nov. 9?

Si. E lo worde usé manera awor
pa contrala cumprasnan.
Lo bini algun cambio den e re-
glanan actual tocante limite di
cumpramento?

No. E reglanan segun cual cada
empleado por cumpra un cierto
maximo lo .keda
Cuanto credito mi por haya for
di Dialuna, Nov. 2 te Dialuna,
Nov. 9?

Tur empleadonan regular y di
staff lo haya un tercer di cre-
dito regular pa un luna (30
dia).

Com mi por sabi cuanto e suma|
aki ta?

Asina cu cada empleado y
familia por sabi exactamente|
cuanto un tercer di su credito
ta, Accounting Department lo
prepara carchi cu e suma ariba
pa tur empleadonan.

Qui dia mi ta haya e carchi aki? |
E carchinan lo worde parti}
ariba of banda di Oct. 31. |
Com e carchinan lo worde parti?
Nan lo worde parti hunto cu
time-card. Empleadonan cu no
tin time-card la haya di nan for
di nan hefe.

Credito lo worde cerrad ora mi}
yega e suma cu mi a worde per-
miti pa tuma promer nuebe dia
di November?

Credito lo worde cerra ora e
suma yega mescos cu_ tabata
worde haci den pasado.

Lo tin pa
den pago recibi dia 9 y
November? |
No, solamente si e empleado a|
pasa su credito na luna di Oc-
tober. Den caso di empleadonan
pa uincena, solamente e parti
cu ta mas hopi cu e credito per- |
miti for di Oct. 16 pa October
31 lo worde kita Nov. 9. For dil
Empleadonan mensual cu pasa
nan credito e suma lo worde
kita Nov. 10. Compras total
dentro di e credito permiti pa
October lo no worde kita Nov.
9 y 10.

(Empleado A tin Fls. 225 di)
credito permitible. El ta gasta
Fls. 260 na October. E suma}
ariba su credito cual den e caso
aki ta Fls. 35 lo worde kita sea
Nov. 9 of 10. E Fls. 225 permiti
lo no worde kita e biaha aki. E
lo worde kita ariba promer dia
di pago despues di Nov. 10.)
Qui ora mi ta haya e ahusta-
mento den un biaha pa comisa-
rio?

Cada empleado ariba payroll
staff y regular dia 10 di No-
vember lo recibi 40 por ciento
di su ganamento normal te un
maximo di Fls. 300 ariba e dia-
nan di pago despues di Nov.
cual ta pa quincena, Nov. 23 y
pa luna, Dee. 9.

Si mi cuenta na Comisario pa
luna di October plus di
Nov. 2 te 9 ta mas hopi cu loke |
mi ta haya di ahustamento
den un biaha, esaki lo worde
i ariba e promer dia di pago
despues di Nov, 10?

mescos.

su}



pe

comisario
10 di|

deduccion

pee

C=





C—

esun
Tims
e

C—







No. Den pago di quincena Nov.
23 y pago di luna Dec. 9 e cuen-
ta pa luna di October plus esun
di Noy. 2 te 9 lo worde kita te
na e suma cu bo ta recibi como
ahustamento den un biaha. Nin-
gun deduccion cu ta mas halto
cu e suma aki lo worde kita e
ora,

(Empleado D ta gana Fs. £
pa luna. El tin derecho ariba
50 por ciento di credito na Co-
misario loke ta Fls. 250. El ta
gasta e suma aki na October.





ber el tin derecho ariba Fls. 167
cual el ta gasta tambe. E total
di cuenta cu no ta paga cu lo
er worde kita Dec. 9 lo ta
250 plus F 167, esta un
total di Fls. 417. E ahustamen-
to den biaha lo ta 40 por ciento
di Fls. 500 of Fls. 200. E dife-
rencia entre Fls. 417 y Fls. 200
ta Fls. 217 y e suma aki lo wor-
de kita den deduecionnan
pago di Fls. 20 cada uno.)





di

Qui ora mi ta paga e suma cul

ta pasa e ahustamento den un
biaha?

Pagamentonan di e suma cu
resta despues cu e ahustamento
den un biaha worde duna lo
worde parti den periodonan di
pago siguiente.

Cuanto e deduecionnan lo ta?
Esaki ta depende ariba e suma
cu a resta despues cu e ahusta-
mento a worde haci.
te Fls. 100 lo worde parti den
cinco luna. E deduccion mas
chikito cada periodo di pago ta
Fls. 10. E suma minimo cu lo
worde paga cada dia di pago
door di empleadonan pa quince-
na lo ta Fils. 5. Restonan mas
hopi cu Fls. 100 lo worde kita
den sumanan di Fls. 20 cada
luna.

i mi pasa mi credito di un ter-
cer pa November, e suma aki
tambe lo worde kita den ter-
mino pa quincena of pa luna?
No. E suma cu ta mas cu e cre-
dito di un tercer pa November
lo worde kita Nov. 23 pa em-
pleadonan pa quincena y Dee. 9
pa empleadonan pa luna.

Qui tempo deduccionnan lo
cuminza?

Deduccion lo cuminza cu e pago
na Januari pa ganamentonan di
December.

Com empleadonan cu no tabata
traha durante October por haya
placa efectivo pa cumpra na
Comisario despues di e cambio?
Nan por recibi un parti di nan
ahustamento di Comisario na
Payroll Office na Oficina
Mayor ariba of despues di Nov.
11 si nan ta desea.

Si mi bolbe di vacacion cualkier |
dia den October, lo mi tin dere-
cho ariba cualkier consideracion
special?

Si. Por ehemplo, cualkier em-
pleado ariba vacacion paga du-
rante e periodo den cual com-
pras na Comisario no ta worde
kita por pidi ariba of despues
di Noy. 11 e suma di e ahusta-
mento (40 por ciento) menos e
compras cu el a haci na Comi-
sario despues cu el a bolbe di
vacacion.

Kiko ta socede cu mi carchi di
deposito cu un resto cu no ta
gasta despues di Nov. 10?

E suma cu no ta gasta ariba
Noy. 10 lo worde debolbi na Ac-
counting Department.

Mi por paga un cuenta di Comi-|
sario habri?

Si. Empleadonan por paga tur



e

00 | *

Pa promer nuebe dia di Novem-|

|
Restonan

October 23, 1





‘Kulisek To Represent
Lago At National
Safety Congress

Edward J. Kulise ant divi-
sion head of the Safety Div sion, is
currently attending the 41st National








| Safety Congress and Exposition at
Chicago, Ill. This is the second
[straight year Mr. Kulisek has at-

| tended the Congress in keeping with
| Lago’s policy to be up-to-date on
|recent developments in the field of
accident prevention. The ufety con-
ference — a five-day affair — opened
Oct. 19.
| The program of 600 speakers
200 sessions covers every cone
phase of safety with good coverage
in areas that will be of most value
in Lago afety work. In addition the
exposition displays 250 exhibits coy-
ering all types of safety aids.

Lago employ
awards for their















haye earned many
success in working
y. In order to help promote in-
in safety here, Mr. Kulis















|the opportunity to keep abre of
new developments and to share ex-
periences and ide with others in the
industry which may be used at Lago.

‘Maduro Honored
‘After 35 Years
In Tax Office

Close to 350 gathered at
the club house of the Aruba Juniors
Oct. 7 to honor Jos Maduro who com-
| pleted 35 ye of government service

persons



|on that dat <

Lt. Gov. Dr. L.
pal speaker at the celebration, re-
{counted Mr. Maduro’s government
|career and wished him "a long life
| because Aruba cannot afford to do

Cc. Kwar



Z, princi-



without his serv
Cc.

J. van der Brink, Aruba tax re-
r, complimented Mr. Maduro’s
vice to the people” and presented
him with a set of salon furniture on
behalf of fellow tax department em-
| ployees.

J. van der Schoot, president of the
Aruba Juniors, presented Mr. Maduro
with a wall clock behalf of the
club of which he is honorary presi-
dent. A veteran sports figure, Mr
Maduro is also a member of the board
of directors of the Wilhelmina Sta-
| dium, an official of the Aruba Foot-
| ball Bond and other athletic organi-
zations.







on






Vigil was rewarded —
Warda tabata compensa

(Continued from page 1)
porpoise lay, were cautioned to leave
the water. They looked at the deac
fish, cast an eye on the waiting
sharks and commented, ”They would
n't hurt you. They swim around us
all the time.” :

Eventually, as time and tide di¢
their work, the sharks’ vigil was Te
warded. The body of the porpolst
floated momentarily, moved a few
feet seaward and then disappeare
beneath the waves.

efectivo na cahero di Accoun

ting Department.

P — Unda nan por contesta mt pre
guntanan tocante e cambia
eredito pa cash?

C— Comité di Comisario lo tene Ut

cuarto di informacion na Com!
sario. Miembronan di e Comitt
aki lo contesta bo preguntana!
Nov. 2, 3 y 4 durante orana!



of parti di nan cuenta di Comi-
sario cualkier ora na_placa|

regular di cumpra na Comis4
rio.

———————

October 23, 1953



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Pa Movimento di Imigracion, Populacion Awor Ta Cerca 9,000,00

Hendenan Nobo Ta Trece Bida Nobo Na Australia



Den ultimo siete anja mas cu|tabata remarcable den desaroyo di e|r

750,000 persona, atrai pa e prome- |
tiente oportunidad di un bida nobo. |
a viaja sur atravez di Oceano Pa- |
cifico pa establece na Australia.

Nan a bai manera miles a haci
promer cu nan — pa purba nan suer-
te canto di frontera, banda di costa-
nan, den ciudadnan di e terra aki cu
ta un continente; cu den 165 anja a}
eleva for di un lugar atraza te dent
fila distingui di nacionnan. |

Awendia Australia ta un firme po-
tencia mundial. Su representantenan |
ta yuda forma tur decisionnan di Na-





ciones Unid tocante problemanan
Pacifico y Asiatico. Su fuerzanan ar-
ma y potencia militar ta forma un
parti grandi di aresenal di libertad.

Su produccion ta embarca
na tur partinan di mundo y su mer- |
eadonan ta un factor economico in-
ternacional. Su hendenan ta exempli-
fica espirito di independencia

s





worde



cual
|

| Commissary Operation To Change =

(Continued from page 1)







Q— How do I know how much this
amount will be?

A— In order that each employee |
and his family will know exact- |
ly what his one-third credit al- |
lowance will be, the Accounting |
Department will prepare cards
for all employees giving this
amount. |

Q— When will I receive this card? |

A — The cards will be distributed on |
or about Oct. 31. |

Q— How will the cards be distribu- |
ted?

A— They will be distributed with
time cards. Employe who do
not have time cards will receive
these cards through their super-
visors,

Q— Will credit be stopped when 1|
reach the amount allowed me|
during the first nine days of |
November? |

A — Credit will be closed when the
allowance is reached as has|
been done in the past.

Q— Will there be commissary de-
ductions in pay received Nov. 9 |
and 10?

A— No, unl the employee has



spent over his allowable credit |
in October. In the case of semi-
monthly paid employees, only
that part that is more than the
allowable credit for Oct. 16
through Oct. 31 will be deduc-
ted Nov. 9. Monthly paid em-
ployees who purchased over
their allowable credit will have
this amount deducted Nov. 10.
Total purchases within the al-
lowable credit for October will

not be deducted Noy. 9 or 10.
(Employee A has Fls. 225
allowable credit. He spends

260 in October. The amount
his allowable credit which |





in this example is Fls. 35 will
be deducted either Nov. 9 or 10.|
The Fls. 245 allowed will not

be deducted at this time. It will
be deducted the first payday
following Nov. 10.)

When do I receive the one-time
commissary adjustment?

A — Each employee on the staff and
regular payroll on Nov. 10 will
receive 40 per cent of normal
earnings up to Fls. 300 on the
paydays following Noy. 10
which are semi-monthly, Nov.
23, and monthly, Dec. 9.

If my allowable October Com-
bill my Nov.
through 9 bill is more than I|\
will the

|
missary plus 2

receive in one-time |

commissary adjustment, will it|
be deducted on the first payday
following Nov. 10? |

In

No.
Nov.

the semi-monthly pay

3 and monthly pay Dee.
9 the allowable October com
missary bill plus the Nov.

through 9 bill will be deducted |



2

nacionnan grandi den historia.

Pa bira un potencia mundial hen-
denan di Australia ter a monta
dificultadnan cual podiser un nacion
menos fuerte no por a soporta. Di



me:



| promer tabata situacion geografico di
|e terra.

Australia tabata asina isola cu ho-
pi di su bida di animal y vegetacion
tabata unico. Hopi sorto di bestia cu
ta biba na Australia no ta worde en-
contra den ningun otro parti di mun-
do.

seis



Awor e terra ta parti den
estado. Australia Occidental ta mayor
parti un plateau 1000 te 2000 pia
halto sin rio of lagonan permanente.
E ta principalmente valioso pa su mi-
nanan di oro cu a produci mas cu}
$3. billion.

Australia Norte tambe ta consisti
pa mayoria parti di plateau cu e par-
ti mas pa nord — Arnheim Land —





up to the amount you receive in,
the one-time ry ad-)
justment. No deductions over
your one-time commissary ad-
justment will be made at this
time.

(Employee D earns Fls. 500
a month. He has been allowed
50 per cent commissary credit
which is Fls. 250. He spends
this amount in October. Over
the first nine days in Novem-
ber he has Fls. 167 allowed
which he also spends. The total
unpaid commissary bill to be
deducted Dec. 9 will be Fls. 250
plus Fls. 167 for a total of
Fls. 417. The one-time commis-
sary adjustment will be 40 per
cent of Fls. 500 or Fls. 200. The
difference between Fls. 417 and
Fls. 200 is Fls. 217 and this
amount will be paid in spread
out payroll deductions of Fls. 20
each payday.)

commis















When do I pay the amount over
the one-time ad-
justment? |
Payments of the amount left
over from allowable purchases
after the adjustment has been
made will be spread out
following paydays.

How much will the deductions
he? |
This depends on the amount you
have left over after the adjust-
ment has been made. Balances
up to Fls. 100 will be spread
out over five months. The smal-
lest deduction each pay period
for monthly paid employees
will be Fls. 10. The minimum
amount to be paid each payday
by semi-monthly employees will
be Fl Balances over Fls. 100
will be spread out by payroll
deductions of Fls. 20 each
month.

commissary

over



If my purchases go over one-
third of the cre dit |
allowance, will this sum be|

Q—

November

spread out in semi-monthly or!
monthly payments?

No. The amount over Novem-
ber’s allowable one-third credit
will be deducted Noy. 23 for
semi-monthly employees and
Dec. 9 for monthly employees
When will the
ductions begin?



spread-out

de- |
A — Deductions of unpaid commis-
sary balan will begin with
December earnings payable in
January.

How will employees who have
off October
obtain cash for buying commis-
after the

credit to cash?



been work during

saries change from

They may receive
portion of their one-time com-

missary adjustment upon re-
at the Payroll Office in

a pro-rated







va pa nativonan aboriginal di e|



Queensland, cu ta ocupa_ huki

;noordoost di e continente, ta contene

Cape York Peninsula y principio di
Great Dividing Range cu ta corre den
costa oost y door di New
South Wales y Victoria. |

zuidoost

E tres estadonan aki ta residencia
di mas cu 80 por ciento di e popula- |
cion y ta contene ciudadnan grandi |
manera Brisbane, Sydney y Melbour- |
ne. Canberra, e capital, ta keda den
Australian Capital Territory cual ta
saca for di New South Wales mescos

Districto di Columbia.

Adelaide, den estado di South
Australia y Perth, na costa zuidwest
di Australia Occidental, ta e dos otro]
ciudadnan grandi di e terra. Tasma-
nia, un isla dilanti costa zuidoost, ta|

ecu

forma di seis estado di Australia.

Un portuges, Manuel Godhino de
Eredia, a discubri Australia na 1601. |

the General Office Building on
or after Nov. 11.

If I return to work from vuca-
tion any date in October, will I
be entitled to any special consi-
derations?

Yes. As an example, any em-|
ployee on pre-paid vacation)
during the period in which com- |
missary purchases are not de-|
ducted may request on or after
Nov. 11 the amount of the one-
time commissary adjustment |
(40 per cent) less any commis- |
sary purchases made since the
return from vacation.
What happens to my
card with an unspent
after Nov. 10?

Q—
A—

Oo deposit
balance

A—
will be refunded at the Accoun-
ting Department. |
May I pay off any unpaid com-}
missary bill?

Yes. Employees may pay all
or part of their unpaid commis-
sary bill at any time in cash at
the Accounting Department cas-
hier.

Where I

answered concerning the change



can I have questions

from credit to cash?



The Lago Commissary Advisory
Committee will have an infor-
mation booth at the Lago Com-
missat Members of this com-
mittee will your
tions. Committeemen will be at



answer ques-



the commissary Nov. 2, 3, and
4 during normal shopping
hours.

Empleadonan Recorda
Pa Debolbe Invitacion
di Paseo den Refineria.



Cantidad di e ecarchinan di invita-
cion pa paseonan den refineria cu a
worde recientemente manda pa

empleadonan di Lago no a bolbe. De-
partamento di Relaciones Publicas ta
suplica pa tur carchinan
bolbi mas pronto posible na cu
onan por worde arregla pa tur
anan, Si e carchi no worde de-
bolbi, e planeadornan di e paseonan
no tin un modo pa sabi e familianan
cu ta desea di bishita refineria.

Ora worde debolbi ta
worde poni den grupo segun idioma y
division of departamento y teni te ora
tin bastante miembro di familia di e
grupo ey pa haci un paseo. Una vez
cu e paseo ta planea, tur familianan
ta worde notificd. Si e ora y fecha no
ta combiniente pa e familia, nan por
haci arreglo pa bin bishita refineria
un

worde de-





e carchi e






otro dia.
E promer carchi di invitacion man-
da pa e empleado mester worde de-
bolbi. Sin esaki Departamento di Re-
laciones Publicas no por arreg





seonan.

The unspent balance on Nov. 10} |

Luis Vaez de
bishita e isla

Torres, un Spanjo, a
na 1605 of 1606,

E siguiente siglo, sinembargo, Ho-
landesnan a yega y a yama e conti-

nente Nieuw Holland. Na 1770 e

famoso explorador Ingles Capt. James |

|Cook a yega Australia. Su descrip-
cion di e terra — conecta cu e re-
| ciente perdida di Inglaterra su co-



lonianan na Ameri — a promove
acion di un compania cual su 11
barconan a yega na 1788 na loke awor
ney. Pa 1829 henter Australia
— ye isla cercano Nieuw Zeeland —
a bira dependencia Ingles.







Segun e establecedornan tabata
progresa den interior e ciudadnan
costal tambe tabata desaroya. Un

cultura a desaroya y un universidad
— e promer di e cuatro cu tin awor —
a habri na 1852.

Guerra Mundial II a indica e ne-
cesidad pa aumenta economia di
Australia cu industria pisé. Pa tem-



LG. lesen To Rene

Dec. 1 Following 36
Years of Service

Louis G. Lopez, whose first Lago
job was to check the arrival of ma-
terials from which the refinery was
built, will retire Dee. 1 after more
than 36 years of service

Mr. Lopez was first employed
April 23, 1917 by the Standard Oil
Co. (Indiana) at Drumright, Okla. In
1926 he was transferred to the Huas-
teca Petroleum Co. in Tampico, Mexi-
co, as a plant operator.













| po cu forzanan Australiano a sali pa
| bai bringa na Korea, mineria di hero
y trahamento di staal tabata pro-
!gresa hunto trahamento di bapor,
|refinamento di azeta y cantidad di
otro empresanan industrial.

Ademas recursonan di e terra ta-
bata worde explota manera nunca
antes. Aeroplano tabata hunga un
papel vital den habrimento di sec-
cionnan cu no tabata desaroya ainda.
Ferrocarril — opera door di ado-
|nan — tabata trece establecedornan
ly hiba producto afor.

Yegando na cantidad pa _puerto-
nan di lamar y aeropuerto tabata un
|multitud di imigrante ansioso pa
| participa den desaroyo di e terra aki.
Promer cu Guerra Mundial II apenas
|populacion di e isla tabata aleanza
siete million, Awor e ta casi nuebe
|million — un aumento cu tabata
|causa pa e movimiento di imigracion
|mas grandi den tur tempo. (Retrato-
|nan ariba pagina 4 y 5.)





Employees Asked
To Return Family
Tour Invitations

A large number of family tour in-
vitation cards recently sent to Lago
employe have not been returned.
The Public Relations Department re-
quests that all cards be returned as
soon as possible in order to schedule
tours for all families. If the card
isn’t returned, the tour coordinators
have no way of knowing the families
desiring tours.

When the card





returned it is

grouped by language and craft or

is

Later that year | STOUP 2
hia returned to division and held until there are
Standard of India-| enough families of that group to

na at

on

Drumright
and March 20,
1928, was trans-
ferred to Aruba as
1 material chec

in the Technical
28 Service Depart-
ment.

In 1929 he was
promoted to engi-
neer in TSD and
the next year was
appointed a gas plant foreman. In
1939 he was made a ant division
superintendent in the Gas Plant and
in 1950 became an assistant division
superintendent in Catalytic and Light
Ends.

One of Mr. Lopez’s major contri-
butions to the s of Lago was
the invention of a method of cleaning
shell and tube condensers and coolers

Mr. Lopez devised a machine which

Island





L. G. Lopez










suce



make a tour. Once the tour has been
scheduled, all families are notified.
{If the particular time and date is
not convenient for a family, it can
arrange to take the tour
time.

The first invitation
{the employee must
Without this notice
lations Department
{| tours.

another

sent to
be returned.
the Public Re-
cannot arrange

card

| would pump a muriatie acid solution
\through the equipment to dissolve
and flush away the seale with which
it became clogged. The machine was
publicized throughout the oil refining
industry because it cut the cleaning







Colombia Oil Find Said

South America’s Biggest



The Inter-American Press
tion has charged Nicaragua with cur-
tailing the In a
cable to President Anastasio Somoza,
the law making
published "desacato” (disrespectful)
references toward the president pun-
ishable was a curtailment of freedom
of the pr

ssocia-



freedom of press

association said a







eo
The Colombian government said
United States technicians have pin-
pointed huge quantities of under-
ground oil in the Catatumbo area of
Colombia. Large-scale exploitation,
the government said, would produce
more oil than any other South Ame-
rican field.
See
Anton Berhnhard van Bomel of
The Hague kept his pipe going for
89% minutes on 24% grams of tobacco
and walked off with the national pipe
smokers’ championship held at
merend, The Netherlands.
x XX
Jamaica has shipped 5000 banana

Pur-

i stems wrapped in cellophane to Eng-

time by 75 per cent and added 50
per cent to the life of the coolers
und condensers.

Mr. Lopez left Aruba Oct. 5 on
accrued furlough time.
Report
land. If they arrive with fewer
bruises and have a better color when



ripe as is expected, the island’s ba-
nana growers expect to wrap all
stems in cellophane before shipment.
cee

St. Vincent is developing a handi-
craft industry of hats, bags, mats
and baskets made from sisal which
the island’s agricultural department
is urging farmers to grow.



sis

x



x
| A group of Miami transportation
men announced that a Fiesta Night”
would be held at Julio’s Adobe House.
What was the entertainment for the
gala event? A talk on "Carrier Lia-
bility on Loss and Damage Claims.



0

An undetermined number of Texas
Oil Co. employees died late last month
when the Catalina flying boat in
which they were flying to Bogota,
Colombia, for the weekend collided
with a Colombian fighter plane near
La Dorado. The unidentified fighter
pilot parachuted to safety.




(This is another in a series of photographic reports entitled

the Esso News
of the world-wide market it
countries.)



Ie the past seven years over 750,000 persons,

lured by the challenging chance of a new
life, have headed south across the Pacific
Ocean to settle in Australia.

They went — as thousands did before them
— to try their luck along the frontiers, beside
the shores, within the cities of this country
which is a continent; which in 165 years has
risen from an aboriginal backwoods to star in
the galaxy of nations.

Today Australia is an affirmed world power.
Its representatives help shape all United Na-
tions decisions on Pacific and Asiatic problems.
Its armed forces and military potential con-
stitute a major portion of the arsenal of free-
dom.

Its production is shipped world-wide and its
markets are an international economic factor.
Its people exemplify the spirit of independence
which has sparked the development of the
great nations of history.

In becoming a world force the people of
Australia surmounted hardships which might
have defeated a less hardy breed. First was the
country’s geographical location.

Land connects North and South America
and only the narrow Bering Strait separates
North America from Asia. Land links Europe
and Asia and Europe and Africa. But the
Lonely Continent” — Australia — at the time
of its discovery lay thousands of sea miles
from the nearest centers of population. Would-
be settlers faced an ocean voyage of months.

So isolated was Australia that much of its
animal and plant life was unique. The kan-
garoo, the duckbill platypus, the wombat, the
wallaby and the flying opposum were found
nowhere else. The giant eucalyptus and other
flora existed only in Australia.

Once arrived the newcomers found a country
where December arrived during the summer
— July in the midst of winter. They found a
land which ranged from an arid plateau to a
steaming tropical lowland; from a mountain
range to a lush, productive basin.

They found a land so difficult to traverse
that the two main aboriginal groups had no
contact. Each maintained its own customs;
spoke entirely different languages.

Today the country is divided into six states.
Western Australia is largely a plateau 1000
to 2000 feet high without permanent rivers
or Jakes. It is principally valuable for its gold
mines which have produced over $3 billion.

Northern Australia is also largely plateau
with its northernmost area — Arnheim Land —
given over to reservations for the aboriginal
natives of the island.

Queensland, which occupies the northeast
corner, contains the jungled Cape York Penin-
sula and the start of the Great Dividing Range
which runs down the east and southeast coasts
through populous, farm-rich New South Wales
and Victoria.

These three states are home to over 80
per cent of the population and contain the
principal cities of Brisbane, Sydney and Mel-
bourne, Canberra, the capital, is in the Austra-
lian Capital Territory which is carved out of
New South Wales much like the District of
Columbia.

Adelaide, in the farming state of South
Australia and Perth, on the southwest coast in
West Australia, are the country’s other two
large cities. Tasmania, an island off the
southeast coast, forms the country’s. sixth
state.

A Portugese, Manuel Godhino de Eredia, is
believed to have discovered Australia in 1601.












Luis Vaez de Torres, a Spaniard, is also
thought to have visited the land in 1605 or
1606.

In the next century, however, the Dutch

arrived and named the continent New Holland.

World with



round the

Because of the international character of its personnel — and because
serves — Lago and its employees are interested in these

In 1770 the famous British explorer Capt.
James Cook reached Australia. His description
of the country — coupled with England’s re-
cent loss of her American colonies — stirred
th> creation of a development company whose
11 ships arrived at what is now Sydney in 1788.

By 1 all of Australia — and the neigh-
boring island of New Zealand — had become
a British dependency. The mining of gold, zinc,
tin, coal and other underground deposits, the
raising of sheep and the cultivation of wheat
on the wide-open plains became the basis of
the country’s economy.

As the years passed and civilization over-

ran much of the previously unsettled portion
of the world, Australia was still a land of
opportunity and immigrants — squrred by the
hunger which brought the first settlers — con-
tinued to arrive.
As prospectors, miners, ranchers,
and adventurers pushed the frontier
the seacoast towns prospered, processing and
shipping the fruits of the inland labors. A
culture developed and a university — the first
of four now in operation — was established in
Sydney in 1852.

When World War I struck freedom-conscious
Australia immediately rmed forces
to back the Allied ca > Anzacs — Au-
stralian and New Zealand troop
hailed world-wide for their military exploits.

With the cessation of hostilities, Australia
continued compulsory military training until
1929 and had a nucleus of experienced military
men to recall to service when World War II
broke out and Japanese forces threatened to
over-run the island.

With the Japanese invasion threat wiped
out in the Battle of Coral Sea, Australia be-
came a staging area from which the Allies
mounted the offensive which swept north
through the island chain and eventually de-
feated Japan.

World War II pointed out the need of aug-
menting Australia’s mining-animal husbandry-
agriculture economy with heavy industry. By
the time Australian forces were leaving to
fight in Korea, steel ore mining, steel making
and fabricating were well underway coupled
with shipbuilding, oil refining and a host of
other basic industrial enterprises.

In addition the country esources were
being exploited as ne before. Airplanes
were playing a major role in opening up the
few remaining undeveloped territories. Rail-
roads — operated by the states — were taking
in settlers and hauling out produce.

Wool, mutton, wheat, precious metals, tim-
ber, cotton, rice, tobacco, citrus and other tro-
pical fruits, manufactured goods and raw
materials were pouring into the ports and
across the sea. Inland dams were providing
hydro-electric power and irrigating waters. A
tourist industry was developing along the
Great Ba r Reef just off Australia’s north-
east shore.

Flowing into the seaports and airports was
a tide of immigrants anxious to share in the
development of the country. Prior to World
War II the i ’s population was barely seven
million. Today it is close to nine million —
swelled by the greatest migrant program ever
undertaken,

"Why is it,” the question has been asked,
"that a country with barely the population of
New York City should have such an important
international role?”

An Australian official has given this answer.
"Australi numbers may be smal] — its
wealth may also be limited in comparison to
its larger partners in democracy,” he said.

”But its moral, physical, political fibr
measured by these factors. Australia’s voice
and effort will always be forthright in the
councils of world democracy.”











farmers

back,










were


















s not







ARUBA ESSO NEWS
hw

October 23, 1953





HERE is the River Yarra winding through Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria and }
country’s population of just under 9,000,000 live in

AKI ta Rio Yarra corriendo atravez di Melbourne, capital di estado Victoria y residencia di 1,360,
di solamente 9,000,000 hende ta biba den ciudadna,



WITH combines such as these, Australian farmers produce close to 200,000,000 bushels of
wheat each year in the inland plateaus and tablelands.

Cu mashinnan manera esaki, cunuceronan Australiano ta produci cerca 200,000,000 medida di
trigo cada anja den terrenonan interior.



Cia

GREAT BARRIER REEF, off Australia’s north-east coast, is beginning to sparkle with re-
sorts such as this on Hayman Island.

GREAT BARRIER REEF, na costa norte di Australia, ta cuminza relumbra cu recursonan 5

manera esaki ariba Hayman Island.
ARUBA ESSO NEWS

October 23, 1953





ies. Over 5,500,000 of the EILDON DAM, shown here in south-eastern Australia, is one of AUSTRALIAN sheep, 115,000,000 of them, provide one-quarter of





| Ene to 1,360,200 Auss rn Aus LIA! 1 1 r
n |ties. many now supplying electricity and irrigation waters. the world’s fine wool. An expert can strip the fleece in one piece.
) Australiano. Mas cu 5,000,000 di e populacion EILDON DAM, munstra aki den zuid-oost Australia, ta un di e can- CARNE di Australia, 115,000,000 di nan, ta produci un cuarta parti

| tidadnan cu awor ta percura pa electricidad y awa pa irigacion. di lana na mundo. Un experto por corta tur e lana den un pida.



5 oe ?





WHYALLA, a fast-growing ship-building and iron-making center on the southern coast, HORSES played an important part in opening up Australia, but in most work today
reflects Australia’s developing interest in establishing basic industries. have given way to machines. However, they still haul logs in Western Australia forests.
WHYALLA, un centro di astilleria y industria di herro cu ta desaroya rapidamente na costa CABAI a hunga un parti importante den habrimento di Australia, pero awendia mashin
sur, ta refleha interes creciente di Australia pa establece industrianan basico. a reemplaza nan. Sinembargo, ainda nan ta worde usa pa lastra palo den selvanan di

Australia Occidental.





S have built up coastal cities such as Mel-



SYDNEY, with 1,610,580 residents, is Australia’s largest eas i ‘lying
city. Above is Martin Place. Bcs bourne, part of whose busy harbor is shown here. and thin population creates the Flying
aX TAC ere picking a patient.
EXPORTACION a desaro idadnan litoral manera hereypicking upya)p



BLE ea get Oinee eens, aie ciudad mas gran- Melbourne, di cual un parti di su haaf hopi frecuenta DISTANCIANAN grandi y populacion chikito di Australia a lamta Ser-
i di Australia. Ariba ta Martin Place. ta munstra aki. vicio di Doctor Bulando, cogiendo un paciente aki.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS October 23, 1953
er 25, oe

Auto Driving School Here Will Use
First Dual-Control Car In Aruba

Aruba’s steadily growing list of
| schools got a new addition late last
month when the Auto Driving School
opened in the Central Garage at Cura
g | Cabai.

Unlike most
ning, however,







institutions of lear-
the Auto Driving
School has traveling class-room
a dual-control 1948 Mercury —
and expects to add a 1949 Chrysler.

Principal of the school is Bernar-
dino C. Senchin, a veteran instructor
with a special government license
who guarantees to teach anyone
— ’Well, almost anyone” — to drive
an automobile within four weeks.

During one-hour-a-day classes, Mr.
| Senchin also plans to teach the novice
| motorist how to change a tire, how
to check the car’s gasoline, oil and
water supply and other fundamentals
; of auto operation.

In partnership with Mr. Senchin is
R. M. Maxwell, owner of the Central
Rain cinbers ot ehemGrebnauadeor | Garage who spent two weeks adap-
BQ 3, is shown putting out 2 |ting the two-door, four-passenger
gasoline blaze with a dry chemi- {Coupe to dual controls.

cal extinguisher. “It’s the first one on the island,”
LAGO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL |Mr. Maxwell said, pointing to the
cu ta consciente di e valor di pre- | car’s two steering wheels, two foot-
vencion di candela a tuma parti | brakes, two clutch pedals, two gas
den e siman reciente di prevencion | pedals, twin ignition switches and
di candela. Na un sesion pafor ari- | starter buttons.
ba Hassell Field, e studiantenan As the partners explained it, Mr.
ee |Senchin will sit behind the righthand
(Griba) lyin iulivailemonstraciorll | steering wheel, the student behind the
left. In the early stages Mr. Senchin

hermentnan (robez). Frank Ker-
sout, un miembro di brigada di | Will do the driving while the student
paga candela di BQ 3, ta munstra_ | simulates the operation of the steer-
pagando un encendio di gasoline | ing wheel and pedals.
cu un pagador di quimico seco. Later the student will drive and| tation of the Mercury which will be | tors.

3 | "that’s why we have the dual con-|used to teach the operation of the Mr. Maxwell’s handiwork, he said,
| trols,” Mr. Senchin explained. The i

Fl u id Coki ng Process To Hel p linstructor will be able to apply the | ee Oe aan | mie ee ern vate
Conserve Petroleum Resources| Wharfinger A

Development of a new refining process, which will help conserve Haya Un Tonio
petroleum resources by making more gasoline and home heating oil Z
from crude oil, was announced recently by the Standard Oil Develop- Morto Na Rit
ment Company, central research and engineering affiliate of Standard} Agapito Romero, un wharfinger
Oil Company (New Jersey). b = iba No. Reef Dock, tabata laga

The novel process, called Fluid) supply the heat needed for the pro- | trabao Oct. 8 atardi ora el a mira un
Coking, provides oil refiners with a|cess, but part of it is removed as a | tonino = evidentemente mata door |
flexible and economical means of | by-product. The by-product petroleum | di chapaleta di un bapor — spula na
accomplishing this desired result. The | coke has value as fuel and may have terra na banda pafor di rif.
new process will aid in the exploita-| more valuable applications in the, _Ora el a yega trabao su siguiente |
tion of reserves of very low grade | metal-producing industries. dia curiosidad a induci Sr. Romero pa
crude oils which until now could not Under development for over four bira cadaver di e bestia. Mientras el
be economically refined. years and demonstrated successfully | tabata haci asina, un ola a lora bini

The new Fluid Coking process is|in a large scale pilot plant at the |aden, laba poco sanger for di den e|
the latest application of the "fluid-| Esso Laboratories in Baton Rouge,|¢oTta cu e chapaleta a habri den |

ized solids” technique, originated by | Louisiana, Fluid Coking is now ready i dese di e pisca, y a bolbe lora bai
pa lamar.

a

{






FIRE PREVENTION concious
Lago Vocational School students
took part in the recent fire pre-
vention week. At an _ outdoor
session on Hassell Field, the stu-
dents listened to fire prevention
and fire fighting lectures (above)
and watched demonstrations of
equipment (left). Frank Kersout,





Li

THE AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL’S classroom is this dual-control Mer-
cury. R. M. Maxwell, foreground, adapted the 1948 coupe so B. C. Senchin,
background, the school’s instructor, may assume control of the car if a
student panics. Notice the twin steering wheels, double sets of foot pedals.

KLAS DI ’Auto Driving School’ ta e Mercury aki cu do
control. R. M. Maxwell, adilanti, a adapta e coupe 1948 asina cu B. C.
Senchin, atr instructor di e school, por tuma control di e auto si un
studiante spanta. Mira e dos stuurwiel y e set dobbel di pedalnan di pia.







istema di











brake, disengage the clutch or take|used to teach the operation of the
over the steering when necessary. automatic-shift type of vehicle.
The instructor’s steering wheel is| The right hand manifold of
geared so that it is stronger than
the student’s, allowing the teacher to |for the second
; assume instant control of the car if|a special devi
|the student panics.
Mr. Maxwell worked out the adap-



the

Mercury was relocated te make room
teering column and
Max-





— which Mr.
| well preferred to keep under wr
was designed for the dual accelera-







Aruba Driving School Ta Usa

Promer Auto Cu Stuur Dobble

Ultimo parti di luna pasé Aruba a haya un otro school mas ora Auto
Driving School a habri na Central Garage na Cura Cabai.

Sinembargo, contrario na mayoria institucionnan di enseyanza, Auto
Driving School tin un klas cu ta move — un Mercury 1948 cu dobbel
stuur — y ta spera di agrega un Chrysler 1949.

Director di e school ta Bernardino ; = ==
C. Senchin, un instructor veterano cu| ’” . £
permit special di gobierno kende ta | Rainy Season
garantiza pa sinja cualkier hende — | Start May Shift

"Wel, casi tur hende” un
Back To October

auto den cuatro siman.








2





'



— corre





















Standard Oil Development. A fluid-| for commercial application. The first a B Durante lesnan di un ora pa dia Sate ; :
like stream of hot, finely-divided coke | commercial installation planned, and| Dentro di cinco minuut dos tibron Sanghintnnntenciont ad ante oe BtoB Eres Deen ie Ca
io’ nishe at --| already i esi a i »|cu ta cruza den Caribe, a haya holor|’)." > pa sinja St) tistics has been losing its art of
particles furnishes the heat and sur-| already in the design stage, is for |‘U be, y discipulons en Des micambis s
; gia Sette | Vix 2 RR eM di sangre y a landa bin na e lugar | ‘S8cipulonan tambe com ta cambia un | the yainy season” tag to November,
face area required to vaporize and|the Billings, Montana refinery of |@! Sangre y a landa bin na e lugar) si. ta check gasoline di e auto, | +; d : 5
erase CDN RE HON Sete eo 5 rane “1-4 | exacto unda e pisca tabata. ire, Com'ta Check! gasohne di € auto;| bids fair to get back in the running
convert the heavy residual fractions | the Carter Oil Company, an affiliate ; ALE DIsCa. VADALes, © su azeta y awa y otro puntonan fun- Bengt Hiss.
of crude oil. The useful lighter pro- | of JerSey Standard. Another affiliate,|_ Ni pasamento di botonan di loods, nee “di operacion di auto. Sue . sh rain fell duri
ducts so produced withdrawn for|the Esso Standard Oil Company,|/@ncha of tanqueronan di azeta ta- Asocia. cu Sr. Senchin ta R. M ae eta ata eg pene gad
z inrocesa: Salcaae formed inl plans anata ie oye .| bata spanta nan, y nan a keda cru ge Es . : - M-)the first half of the month as fell
further processing. Coke is formed in| plans to install a 10,000 barrels per | I 2 Maxwell, donjo di Central Garage
ne tae circulating | da | a fee ea ss bai y bini den awa purbando pa ha es a “ ; - 7arase| throughout October last year and
the process. Part of the circulating day Fluid Coking unit at its Baton ) AW 2D Pp Ya!iende a pasa dos sims a trahe 2 .
fluidized coke can be burned to, Rouge refinery. — un modo pa yega na e tonino morto. | °NG® 2 Pasa dos Siman pa traha/ weather conditions indicate the total
Te Aan ARC aru oN , dobbel stuur pa e auto di dos porta, | fa}] may well double that of October,



Ex-Curacgao Governor's |

Last Descendant Dies

The last direct descendant of Peter
Stuyvesant, one-time governor of Cu-
racao who went on to become the last
Dutch governor of New Amsterdam,
died last month in New York. |

Eighty-three-year-old Augustus van
Horne Stuyvesant was buried in a
vault of St. Mark’s-in-the-Bouwerie |
which holds the bodies of Peter and/
80 other Stuyvesants. His passing |
amarked the end of New York’s prou-
dest First Family.

Unlike his swashbuckling, sea-faring
ancestor who was wounded and later
Jost his leg after an attack on the
then Portugese island of St. Martin,
Mr. Stuyvesant — one of the wealth-
jest men in New York — lived a}
quiet, lonely life.

Spurning friendship, he lived alone
in a six-story home with 10 servants |
who delivered his food to an empty}
yoom and sometimes did not see him
for weeks.

His butler since 1920, an English-
man named Ernest Vernon, said, "We
were complete stranger: Mr. Stuy-
vesant never replied to a letter, re-|









turned a visit answered a tele-
phone call.

Each day at noon, dressed in a
high-collared black suit, he would go
for a walk. Several times each week

or

| his chauffeur would drive him to St. |

Mark’s where he would wander about

the church-yard where he said he felt |

at home.”

His feeling for most of his forbears
became evident in his will which
directed that all portraits and minia-
tures of members of the family be
destroyed at his death.

He had slight regard for the first
Stuyvesant, a West India Company
captain who governed Curacao from

| 1634 to 1644 and New Amsterdam —

later New York — from 1645 to 16!

Ironically, the bulk of his estate
went to help the people who live in
the area which once was the site of
Peter Stuyvesant’s farm ’’Bouwerie”.
He left close to $10,000,000 to St.
Luke’s Hospital to build a free clinic
for the poor of New York’s lower
East Side.



Tin ora nan tabata yega asina cerca
| di terra cu tabata parce manera nan
tabatin idea di subi.

Tres homber cu tabata tira pis

¢



w



un poco pa zuid di unda e tonino ta- mu
bata, a worde avisé pa sali for di x

den awa. Nan a waak e pisca morto,
tira un vista ariba e dos tibronnan
landando y a comenta, ”Abo nan lo
no haci ningun danjo mas. Nan ta
sigui landa rond di nos henter ora.”

Eventualmente, mientras tempo y
marea tabata haci nan trabao, wa
di e tibronnan a worde compensa.
un momento cadaver di e tonino
keda drief, despues el a move algun
pia pa lamar y despues a desaparece
bao olanan.

Lago Will Use
Esso Water-Mark

When Lago has exhausted its
existing stock of stationery, it will

n
je

da
Pa

a





oO

d











| stuur y "ta pe
Sr. Senchin a splica. E instructor por | to 8.38 inches the next yez
| coi brake, hinea e clutch of tuma con-) pemained
trol di e auto ora ta ne



uatro pasahero.

”Ta di promer na Aruba,” Sr. Max-
vell a bisa, munstrando e dos stuur-
an di e auto, e dos brakenan, dos
edal di clutch, dos pe di gasoline

dos switch y dos boton di s

Sr. Senchin lo sinta tras di e stuur
a banda drechi, e studiante tras di
sun robez. Na principio Sr. Senchin





lo stuur mientras e studiante ta si-
mula operacion di stuur y pedalnan. | each year since 1949 while that of

Mas despues e studiante mes ta
nos tin dos stuur,”



Stuur di e instructor ta t

fuerte cu esun di e studiante, asina cu | theory that the rainy season is
el por tuma control di e auto mes|ting from October,
December to
and January.



ra si e studiante spanta.
Sr. Maxwell a proyecta
ie Mercury cu lo worde us




acion
pa sin-





ja operacion di un auto convencional, |
vi

cual




adaptacion di e Chry

r





start writing its letters on paper pa sinja ope

which will bear an Esso — rather| nan cu transmision automatico.

than the paper manufacturer’s — E manifoldo banda drechi di e
| water-mark. Mercury a worde kita pa lugar
| The Esso water-mark was develop-| pa e di dos stuur y un aparato spe-
}ed by ndard Oil Company (N.J.) | cial — cual Sr. Maxwell tabata pre-
as an advertising and identification | fera pa tene scondi — a worde desig-
device. It is not expected the new|n. eradornan.




mark will appear on Lago correspon-
| dence for eight or nine months.



vell a worde in-

. Max



| specta y aproba door di poliz.



lo}
ion di auto- |

| 1952.

In the first 16 days of this month,
.93 inches of rain were recorded by
the Technical Service Department
which has been keeping a check on
|the weather since 1929. Last year .95
inches fell during all of October.
| The average October rainfall the
past 24 years has been 1.99 inches.
The October rainfall had declined



| November — which hit a new low
| of .89 inches in 1949 — bounced back
and has
since



above two inches

These figures gave rise to



November and
November, December







Simon Tromp
Simon Tromp, a mason helper
B with over four years of service,
died Oct. 13 at the Lago Hospital.
He was ars of age.
| A native of Aruba and a resi-
dent of Noord, he was unmarried
survived by his parents.
es were held Oct. 14
1 Roman Catholic
radera.













and is
Funeral serv
at St. Filome
Church at Pa






October 23, 1953



A WALL CLOCK and a pen and pencil set were presented by fellow

Shipyard workers to Eliphelet Arrin
than 21 years of service. He was honor

UN OLOSHI di muraya y un set di p

dell who retired Oct. 1 after more
ed at a retirement luncheon Sept. 30.

en y potlood a worde presenta door

di companjeronan di trabao na Eliphelet Arrindell kende a retira Oct. 1

despues di mas cu 21 anja di I
comida, di reti



Two Employees Have Six Ideas

yicio. El a worde honra durante un

ro Sept. 30.

Accepted

"Ideas’ Are, Worth Fis. 1335
To 26 Suggestors During July

Lago, profiting from 31 ideas acce

spted by the Coin Your Ideas com-

mittee during July, rewarded the suggestors with a total of Fls. 1335.

The top award went to S. Br
employee, who suggested that the n

athwaite, committee coordination
umber of tellers in committee elec-

tions be reduced. Mr. Brathwaite also received awards totaling Fls. 50

for two other accepted ideas.

ll, Transportation Group

took total of
three ideas which were



emple down a
Fis. 15
accepted.
ax
ed Fls. 100 for his suggestion that a
repair sing stand for motor
scooters be installed.
Other awards went to:



for
. Branigan, a Garage and

ard-




ion employee, was



nspol

and g



Accounting Department

Griffith Fils. ¢
Colony Service Department
O. Jacobus Fs.
N. Allard

Ind. Rel. Department

S. Brathwaite F
Reduce No. of tellers - Election.
A. Hassell (supplemental) Fls. 75
Discontinue use of company taxis for
delivering tanker passenger mani- |
fests and personal shipment authori-

W.H



Fls. 2!







zations to Marine Office and Store-
house.
A. Hassell Fls. 50



I.R .forms return
authorization family
A. Hassell

S. Brathwaite

O. Tromp

A. Reyes
N
S

transportation
members.



idus



- Qui

3. Brathwaite



Lago Police Dept.

A. Ten Hove Fls. 20
Marine Department
N. H. Wong Fls. 50



Marine - prepare Provident Fund &|





M.N.O.P.F. contributions fund in
alphabetical order.

P. Panneflek Fls. 2
S. Boekhoudt F



P. Panneflek
B. O.

(supplemental) Fls.
Marquis Fls. 20

Mechanical Department
Administration









D. B. Richardson Fis |
Mech. - Safety Slips - reporting |
supervisor to mention craft.
Cc. R. Bolah
. Sukhdeo
Storehouse

H
M. Hinds
A. I. Heyliger
Col. Maintenance
J. Freundel
Gar. & Transp.
Sranigan



M. St. Paul
M. St. Paul
Process Department
Acid & Edel.
W. E. Viaun Fis. 30

Cat. & L. E.

W. H. Norris (supplemental) Fls.

30
1

2 | District Rep

;D

Lago Contributes
F. 1000 For Piano

"Whenever cultural interests
involved, can always depend on
Lago” was the way one Curacao
newspaper led off its story on the
company’s contribution of Fls. 1000
to purchase a piano for the Aruba
Musie School.

The Aruba Music School, in opera-
tion since July, 1951, is sponsored by
the Culture Centre Aruba which in

are
we






turn is partially financed by Stisusa, |

a Netherlands organization devoted
to promoting culture in the West and
East Indies








The new piano will be used for
clas which will be conducted in
the recently rebuilt reception room
of the St. Aloisius school.

COMMITTEE =|

NOTES

FSAC
J. D. Jamieson of Cracking is re-
I ing P. G. Teekens who is acting
in a supervisory capacity.
During A. Pamplin’s
which ends Nov. 13, J. F.







furlough
Engle of





the Me inical Department will be
the replacement.
DRs

G. K. Sealey of the Shipyard is
replacing B. de Kort who is due back
from vacation Noy. 2

H. E. Johnson of cking will be
on vacation until January. Constitu-
ents may contact District Represen-
tatives in Departmental Group C.





E. D. Tromp of Mechanical —
Electrical will be on vacation until
Nov. 17. Constituents may contact




esentatives in Depart-
mental Group B.

L. B. Kock of Mechanical — Car-
penter and Paint will be on vacation
from Oct. 27 to Dec. 30. He will be
replaced by J. Maduro.

LCAC

Simon Geerman of the Marine
Shipyard will be on vacation until
6. His replacement is A. Kelly
of Cracking.





| SPAC

N. C. Baptiste of Process Control
started a week’s vacation Oct. 19. He
will return Oct. 26.

Juste de Vries of C & LE returns
from vacation Oct. 24 and will re-
lieve Pedro Mortis.





ARUBA ESSO NEWS

\Shipyard Worker |
Retires Dec. 1

After more than 20 years of ser-
vice in the Shipyard, Jan L. Lampe, |

a boilermaker B,|
will retire Dee. 1.|
He will make his}
home in Aruba.
Mr. Lampe was
first employed in
June, 1933, as al
first class mecha- |
iical helper. Three
years later he be
drydock









‘ame a
nechanie C,
| ~ promoted to dry-

J.L. Lampe dock mechanic B|
in 1942 and six years later was made |
a boilermaker B. |

arubsteurene Mail
Days Are Changed

Air mail bound from Aruba
England and the Continent will leave
; the island Monday, Wednesdz
| da id Saturday instead of Tuesday
|Thursday and Saturday, it was



was











an- |

| nounced earlier this month.
the

Closing hours at Esso Post
office will be:

Monday, Wednesday,
9:45 a.m. iday, 45 a.m. and
Saturday 7:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.

Closing hours at the San Nicolas
post office will be:

Mond: 8 a.m.; Wednesday, 11
a.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. and Saturday
8 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Closing hours at
post office will be:

Monday, 10 a.m.; Wednesday, 4
p.m.; Friday, 2:30 p.m. and Saturday
}10 a.m, and 4 p.m.
|
|









the Oranjestad

Cuatro funcionando
‘Un Nobo A
Consegui Park Board

Cuatro miembro funcionando y un

dos anja na Lago Sport Park Board
| durante un eleccién teni dia 14, 15 y
{16 di October.

Di e 5742 empleadonan eligible y
|cu derecho di vota, 4934 of 85.9 por
|ciento a vota valido pa debolbe Juan
3riezen, Mateo Reyes, Andries Geer-
man y Robert E. A. Martin
board y eligiendo pa promer
Raymundo Q. Kemp. Sr. Briezen, un
empleado di Process Department, a
|hanja 2650 voto; Sr. Reyes, un
|empleado di Mechanical Department,
}a hanja 1929 voto; Sr. Geerman, un
{empleado di Accounting Department,
|a hanja 1810 voto; Sr. Martin, antes
| presidente di e board y un empleado
di Mechanical Department a hanja
5 voto.

na e





|Maduro Honra
Despues di 35 Anja
Na Oficina di Belasting

| Casi 350 persona a reuni na club-






bierno ariba e fecha ey |

Gezaghebber Dr. L. C. Kwartsz, e
| vocal principal na e celebracion, a re- |
| lata e carera gubernamental di Sr. |
|Maduro y a desea e "un bida largo |
pasobra Aruba lo no sabi com haci
sin su servicionan.”

Cc. J.
bela:

g¢



van der Brink, ontvanger di |
sting na Aruba, a complimenta e
icio pa pueblo” di Sr. Maduro y
a presente un set di muebles di ¢:









sna



nomber di su companeronan di be-!
| lasting.
| J. van der Schoot, President di

Aruba Juniors, a presenta Sr. Maduro
un horloge di mur na nomber di e
club di cual e ta p dente honorario.
Un figura deportista veterano,
| Maduro ta tambe un miembro di di-
|rectiva di Wilhelmina Stadion, un
oficial di Aruba Voetbal Bond y otro
| organizacionnan atletico.













nobo a worde nombra pa termino di|

bez |






IN FRONT of the General Office Building, Dr. Jimenez’s party and
guides look north toward the Cat Cracker and the other refinery units.

DILANTI Oficina Mayor, e grupo di Dr. Jimenez y su acompanjantenan
ta waak pa nord na Cat Cracker y otro plantanan den refineria.

OILOGRAM

ACROSS,

1. Another name for the biggest consumer
| of petroleum products.

Rina City, Oklahoma oll center.

9. To Capture.

Nickname of U.S. President elected
two years after Drake drilled the
first of] well.

Abreast of, nautically.

Eddie Cantor's wife.

The petroleum industry insures the
uniformity and quality of its
products through these.

17+ Petroleum-powered vehicle which has
helped to rovolutionize American
farming.
Wild plum,
flavoring.
Farm structure used for storing
green fodder.

21. One of the two bones of the
When an of] 1s on every oil
| pany has to compete as one of these.

esteemed as a beverage

forearm.

rush com-

| 28. On (French).
30. Not on.
32. Appears.
33. Bowlike curves.
35. The piper's son.
37. British slang: a slacker or one who

Lives by his wits.
|
!
|

huis di Aruba Juniors dia 7 di Octo-| 38. Perfect.

ber pa honra Jos Maduro kende a! 4: Popular name for any kind of an insect
5 : sheen om 42. What we have while sitting, but lose

completa 35 anja den vicio di Go- when we stand up.

Eight out of nine wildcat wells is one
of these.

Geological structure associated with
salt, hich often ytelds oil+

47. Part of the iris.

English school.

Each of the thousands of oil compan-
tes, to stay tn business, must do this.
An herb whose seeds are used in

flavoring aniset.



56. Beverage brewed from malt and hops.
57. Made a mistake.

59. Mrs. Martin Johnson,

60. Insecticide (popular form).

61. Petroleum sc ists measure th

to give consumers better fuel
62. He "King Cole* to Juk
fans.



1s also

4. Refinery units which more tham double
the yield of gasoline from crude oil.
(collog-)

2. Cain's brother.

J. The oil industry has
program for rving

4. They get cigars
Father's Day.

5. Siberian River.

6. Fishermen use

7. Indian tribe
West Indies.

an effective
thes
and neckties on



these.

formerly inhabiting









viri's name (rare).



This of1 drilling tool owes its prow
sent effectiveness to the constant
competitive research going on in the
industry.

Activity.

American sturgeon.

Research-born additive which inhibits
knocking and increases octane rating
(abbr.)
Systems of rul
Word of refusal.
Towards the stern
Act_of depleting.
Suffix of disease
condition of the bloo¢
Reply requested. (Abbreviation found
on formal tnvitation

Told.

East Indian Lan
Ornament for 4
Kept vigil, as»



ef a vessel.

names denoting a






Backwards (prefix).

A fascinating subject to the ladies
(and vice versa!)

Prefix denoting the flight mediua--pos-
ered and lubricated by petroleum products
A Greek mountain: ay thology mys the slants
heaped it on Olympus to scale the heavense
Tidy.

Bounder

No longer young

Encountered

Published sales talks.

And (French).








































ARUBA ESSO NEWS



October 23,

1953





|
| Cuba Captures
Amateur Series

| Defeating Venezuela in straight
games in a two-out-of three series,
Cuba annexed its seventh Amateur





World ries championship at Ca-
racas earlier this month. Both
teams finished the regular scrie

with identical records of
10 and 1 thereby necessitating the
deciding playoffs.

Winning the final game 4—0
gave Cuba exactly half of the 14
World Series staged by the Inter-
national of Amateur
Baseball.

schedule



Federation

How Mr. Spider Fooled
The Scheming Devil

For some time, Mr. Spider lived like a rich man. Every week he gave
a big party at his home. Servants walked up and down through the



NEW ARRIVALS

September 13






house. Mrs. Spider and all the nine children spiders were always dressed | recanates Alfred G. - Shipyard: A son,

in expensive clothes. oSerEy . - Lake Fleet: A son, |
However, things could not go on this way. Many expenses and no | September 14

earnings are certain to empty the, — | CYRUS, Randolph G. - Mech, - Yard:












Eee Heit reARuryoinia shores time One| idea struck him. He strolled to the
z alana y nearest store and bought a sack of A son, /

morning he noticed that the bottom | ELLIS) 5

7 e athers e rlue. 2 E acques
of his trunk was showing. His money eathers and a bottle of glue. Then Be | Pedro Roberto.
was running out. Mr. Spider felt roamed villages and forests until he September 15
niserable. At last he set out to the got on the head of an ox and the tai] | BRADSHAW, Sandford A. - Light Oils:
A } e 3 of a horse. The day before he was to

A son, Hilary Erwin.
forests where he wandered for a long September 16

[. - Lake Fleet:

- Commissary: A son,

time thinking what he should do now. | ™¢et the devil, he came home with six THOMAS, George A. - Central Tool Room:

5 : E ae = A son, Roy Jr.

But behold, nothing else but the devil dead chickens in a bag. DE CUBA, Armando - Mech. - Electrical:
Having all the material he needed A son.

appeared to him.

September 17
"Hello, Mr. Spider, what’s worry-

for his plan, Mr. Spider set to work. Edmond H. P.

| FoRTU INO, Mech,



eae He poured glue all over the body rage: A’ son
ane gyous of his donkey. Then he stuck the | CAROLINA, Hyacintho - Mech. - Welding:
- ‘ emai, S y. 1 son.
Man,” replied Mr. Spider, "I am | ¢oathers on the animal’s hide. Next he | ORKHOUDT, Concesion - Cracking - A son

in a terrible mess and I don’t know









; tied the head of the ox to the head of| October 2

how to get out. My funds are running the donkey. The tail of the horse was | aS Oey Ben ;
to the end, and I am a man that likes tied to the tail of the donkey. JAVOIS, Clement A. - Mason & Insu.:
duxury, parties, dances, you know. After this operation was performed | daughter, Dien Me suai

"Well, if that ae the trouble, MY) Mr. Spider brought in the chickens| PENA, Antonio G. - Mason & Insul.:
friend,” replied the devil, "I can help which were already in a state of ae anamhte on
you.” ; ~ decay and threw them in a corner of| A son, Nathaniel Jervil a

'T’ll be glad if you would. | the room. rol October 4

"Hre is a flute,” said the devil. Shortly after Mr. Spider finished, | eee aD aden lel poet





*"Whenever you need something you
just blow the flute and you'll get|

the devil arrived. . G. - Lago Commissary

"How long have I been on earth,













- Cat. & L. Ends:
whatever you want. There is one con-| my, Spider?” he asked. Ingrid EE
dition, however. After two weeks I'll] yy. Spider was dazed. His eyes| Ge ea NAS hine Shop:
«come back and then you will have to| were rolling around his head and he Alarico - Cracking: A son, Eric
tell me how long I have been on earth. | almost changed color. Bay Mane GckGher S
If you are able to do so, everything}| "How about having a look in this Carl W. - Lago Commissary: A son,
will remain yours, including the} yoom first?” Mr. Spider suggested. ee re Tae
magic flute. If you can’t tell me how} »what’s in there?” inquired the|,. A cae Ermita Linda. _
long I have been on earth, you will] geyil, and he pushed the door wide| A daughton Leclic Mopree vations?
be out of luck and when you die I will) o)tn, An irrisistible scent came out of Juan - Cat. & L. Ends: A son
drag you to hell. Accepted?” the room. The donkey, frightened, SAMguntin > Sheek Metal
Beaming with joy Mr. Spider! started to balk. The devil, stunned by sun der eet sites

agreed to the terms without thinking |
that he would never be in a position |
to tell the devil’s age. He took posses-




a Felomena
October 6

Nibio - Laundry

Catharina

the unpleasant odor, stepped back and
said, "What a horrible smell! Never
in the 80 years I have been on earth

A daughter,












sion of the flute and gladly started) have I smelled such an odor or seen aval aN - Lago Police: A daugh-
this way home. | such an animal.” BOASMAN, Roland G. - Mech. Yard
A period of pleasure, dances, recep- Mr. Spider almost lost his wits A daughter, Yvonne Brenetta
: i - n HARTOGH, Albert A. - TSD Lab 1:
tions and luncheons started for our|from joy. He had the devil’s secret.) “daughter, Miriam Jannet
friend. As the days passed and the ”I repeat the question, Mr. Spider, | SLING renrene e R. - Shipyard: A son,
* . ” t arc Javic
diay of the rendezvous with the devil] how long have I been on earth? ] cake ve otteken
drew nearer, Mr. Spider became up- "Eighty years,” yelled Mr. Spider. | BRYSON, William Mech, Carpenter: A
s 3 i : : daughter, Ruth sine
set. He scolded his nine children, The devil received his second sur-| gre¢ Enietignechie Teen cPolice
bawled out his wife and at night he) prise. Dejectedly he said: "You are ee every, »zella Josepha
zi ‘ S a CKSON, Sa bite son é sul.:
yelled in his sleep. Now he fully re-| the first man to guess may age. You Gleantae Wallace © /tasah

alized the seriousness of the situation | may keep everything.”

he was in. | And away he walked
One day, while sitting on the porch) Spider’s kids chuckled

with a gloomy look on his face, an| father’s shrewdness.

genio - Sh

Lourdes Filomena

October 8

Agustin - Mech,
Geraldine Maria

October 9

JANSON, George A. - Instrument:

rah Claire

A daughter,
Mr.
their

while

about MADURO,

ter,

Pipe: A daugh-







Alejandro N. - L.0.F.: A son,
y | October 10 |
ncisco O, - Mech. Pipe: A son,

cardo





GUMBS, George - Drydock:
Cynthia Dolores

October 11
Ferdinand R.
Linda Carl

no - Rec. &
. Rita Mar
Ronald H.
Ronald George
MILLAN,
A daughter,

A daughter,

LO FO SANG,
A daughter,
WEVER, Luci
A daught
ABRAHAMS:
A son
MC

- Electrical:



Shipp.:



Accounting
Rick Hedges
mund W, - Mech,
Leslie





Ir










RIDDERSTAA Jacobo - Shipyard

A daughter, Francisco Ludwina

Say October 12 x
ABENVERS HAVE NOT AL James L. - L.O.F.: A son,
WAYS CONSTRUCTED THEIR oe ee
MODERN TYPE HOMES..AT ONE
TIME THEY MADE ONLY SIMPLE



- Cracking: A son,
Edison
October 13
nardo - Shipyard:
lin
. Benito - Storehouse
Eduardo
DE RIA, Marcelina H. - Industrial Rela-
A son, Kieth Henry
AINT, Hugh C. - Mech. Paint
daughter, Madeleine Yvanette
Cate bery 15

Frederick

A son,

HOLES IN THE
A son, Nelson



Soum AMERICA





VROOLIJK, Leoncio - Storehouse: A son
HAS ABOUT 20.000 NOME Kane Case Gon nion oe






hter
S$, Herman A. - Esso Dining Hall
daughter, Margo Marlijn

KINDS OF
BUTTERFLIES. ———
NORTH AMERICA (oe

Kxown AS ONLY ABOUT 700...

“BUFF GOT
ITS NAME
FROM BUFF

LEATHER

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll



WHICH WAS eboce Oct. 16 - Monday, Nov. 9
MADE OF sD I ¢
BUFFALO HIDE... STARFISHES ARE KNO WN TO MAN.. ss re ieee di oe
et. - 3 uesday, Nov. 1¢

- Ga-|

A daugh- |

|

| Arthur L.



RAMONA ROMERO of Lucky Strike takes a healthy cut at the ball
only to have it end up in the glove of Ida Abraham of Tropical. Luther
Panthophlet is the umpire. Tropical took the opening encounter 15—3.

RAMONA ROMERO di Lucky Strike a tira e bala un balente palazo so-

lamente pa mire’le baha den man di Ida Abraham di Tropical. Luther
Panthophlet ta umpire. Tropical a gana e promer encuentro 15—3.

|Tropical, Oranjestad
Store Win Ladies’
|Softball Openers

SERVICE AWARDS

30-Year Buttons



Tropical and Oranjestad Store
E. V. Miller Metal Trades | opened the Ladi Softball League
|with strong victories last week



Action at the Lago Sport Park began
Oct. 14 with avo easily defeating
Lucky Strike . The second game
of the oes Oranjestad Store
topple Amstel

20-Year Buttons

TSD-Laboratory
Garage
Marine Dept.

Garage

Hermanus F. Couzy
Apolinario Noquera
Eves
Bruno A. Lampe



saw
11—3.
Tropical opened its encounter with

Placido Schaarbaai | Lucky Strike with eight runs in the
Mason & Insulators | bottom half of the first. The winners
Romualdo Bremo added to their score throughout the
Mason & Insulators! game while Lucky Strike was held

rubiic Rel.
Shipyard

Robert W. Schlageter
Juan Henriquez

Oran-
Amstel each scored

scoreless until the last inning.

jestad Store and












| Feliciano Kock Shipyard | thre: runs in the first. That was all
Antonio Rasmijn Shipyard | for Amstel, but not Oranjestad Store.
Ignacio Kock Commissary |The Oranjestad team added to its
Victor Fortin Commissary | score in successive innings and
finished with three more in the

10-Year Buttons bottom half of the sixth.

Eight teams make up the league
atenres) Beton Garage | Pour are playing in the ‘0 Division
Sixto Franken Instrument ’ tae
Alfred C. Butts Machinist |and four in the Lago Division. It
ee oe ante Office Adm. | wil] be round-robin play with the two
Paulus Geerman Yard : 3
Erwin Dublin Marine Office | division winners meeting in a play-
Clarice depurtes Marine Office | off for the championship. The final
Marius D. Richardson Marine Office
Mercedes Beaujon Marine Office | two-out-of-three playoffs will be held
David) Charles Marine Launches| Noy, 25 and 27 and, if necessary,
Elebert S. Blyden Laundry | ’
Frans Hernandez Laundry | Dec. 2.

Alstan M. Andrew Commissary| The competing teams in addition



Alex A. S. Hassell Transportaiton Group |
c

Bertrand J. A. Rovelet lytic | to the four that have already played










Joseph L. de Freitas talytic | are Baluarte, Queen Anne, Z. H. B.
Sebert S. Nesfield vatalytic Bae

Francis P. Nunes Cracking | and Aruba Jrs.

aasewe soe Pee snp PIn, All games will be played at the
Edward M. Marteny Utilities-Engineering | | y

Vincent C. Fuller Colony Service Sport Park beginning at 8 p.m.

KEEPING the library in Lago High School a place of constant interest

is the task of these young ladi The youthful librarians, under the
supervision of faculty member Miss Dorothy Joseph (front row, right),
are shown with their latest display of new books. It is with presenta-
tions such as this that they keep other students informed of the latest
reading material available. They are (left to right, front row) Nan
Edge, Patti Pakozdi, Nancy Koopman and Mitzie Jackson; (back row)
Christina Hoglund, Eleanor Meisenheimer, Marijke Sonneveldt, Martha
Sue Lloyd, Priscilla Mathieson, Aileen McReynolds and Fredri Huising.





E HOBEN bibliotecarianan, bao di supervision di e miembro di poder
Srta. Dorothy Joseph (prome car ma man drechi), ta munstra cu nan
ultimo exhibicion di boekinan nobo. Ta cu presentacionnan manera esaki
cu nan ta tene otro studiantenan al coriente di e ultimo materialnan di
lectura obtenible. Nan ta (di robez pa drechi, prome careda) Nan Edge,






Pattie Pakozdi, Naney Koopman y Mitzie Jackson; (careda patras)
Christina Hoglund, Eleanor Meisenheimer Marijke Sonneveldt, Martha
Sue Lloyd, Priscilla Mathiesson, Aileen McReynolds y Fredri Huisins-





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Wharfinger A
Haya Desgracia
Fatal na Waaf Hut L Jx4TTBBli /
Un dcsgiacia a causa bida di Modesto
Maduio na Lake Tanker dock
Diadomingo ataidi October 11 poco
promer cu G pm
Mientias el tabata diiigi disconec
tamento di un caigo hose aiiba lake
tanker Mai a caigo boom di e ba
por cu tabata tene e hose a cai dal e
aiiba su cabez y bentele den aw a
Tripulantenan di Amacuro y
companj lonan di tiabao aiiba waaf
a bula na awa mes oia pa yudele
peio scuiidad a haci e buscamento di
ficil y a pasa algun minuut piomer
cu nan por a hayele y sakele for di
den awa Un doctor y ambulance a
yega imediatamente y medidanan di
LAGO Comptroller T C Brown left is shown conferring with Dr S S piomer auxilio a woide aplica al in WATCHING machines sort thousands of cards in Lagos Accounting
Ortiz Dominican Republic Secretary of State for Treasury and Public stante peio ya Sr Maduio tabata Department during a tour of the refinery are left to right Dr Fran
At front row is A J
methods right
Credit on Lagos accounting moito na yegada na hospital Un cisco Perez Jimenez brother of Col Marco Perez Jimenez president of
Dominican consul general for Curacao Left to right rear row
is Espinal P 31 Bastardo Dominican consul at Aruba J A Nieuw honorary pathologista di gobieino a haci un in Venezuela Dr Pablo Salas Castillo Venezuelas director of Social Secu
Dominican consul and Enelindo Leanor a Lago Marine Department vestigacion y a declaia cu causa di rity Ricardo Carillo and Antonio Rojas The group also isited Curasao
employee who escorted the isitors moito tabata un cianeo fiactuia pa on its Columbus Day weekend trip to the Caribbean area
den
LAGO Comptroller T C Brown robez ta conferenciando cu Dr S S Causa exacto di e desgracia ta MIRANDO mashinnan sorta miles di carchi den Accounting Department
Ortiz Secretario di Tesoro y Credito Publico di Republica di Santo woide investiga ainda cu indicacion di Lago durante un paseo den refineria ta robez pa drechi Dr Francisco
Domingo tocante metodonan di contabilidad di Lago Banda drechi adi nan cu kibiamento di e cadena cu tabata Perez Jimenez ruman di Col Marco Perez Jimenez presidente di
lanti ta A J Espinal consul general di Santo Domingo na Corsow Ro wanta boom ta
e caigo e causa Venezuela Dr Pablo Salas Castillo director di Seguridad Social di
bez drechi fila atras ta P M Bastardo consul Dominicano na Aruba
pa Di acueido cu esfueizonan di Lago
Venezuela Ricardo Carillo Antonio Rojas E bishita
J A Nieuw consul honorario di Santo Domingo y Enelindo Leanor un y grupo a Curasao
empleado di Marine Department kende a acompanja e bishitantenan Continua na pagina 2 tambe riba su weekend di Columbus Dag bishita na e area di Caribe
Dominican Official Dr Jimenez Pariy
Is Lago Visitor Tour Lago Plant
Dr S S Oitiz Dominican Republic
Lago played host Oct 12 to Dr
Secretary of State for Tiea
Fiancisco Perez Jimenez brother of
suiy and Public Ciedit called on
Col Marco Perez Jimenez president
Lago eailier this month for a fiist
of Venezuela and a paity of Venezuelan
hand iew of the companys accounting
goernment officials and business
and tiaining methods
Dr Oitiz confeired with Lago men
Taking advantage of the Columbus
long
Compti oiler T C Blown and questioned
Day weekend the
gioup stopped
him on the companys accountant VOL 14 No 22 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD October 23 1953
fiist at Curasao and then came
tiaining piogiam The Domini
to Aruba and here toured
Lagos re
can cabinet member explained he was
for finery They returned to Caracas the
interested in training accountants
battery his Later own country Dr of International Ortiz inspected Business Lagos Lago Commissary Operation To Change next groups The day 16 inspected visitors the divided operating into units two
Machines Andies J Espinal He was consul accompanied geneial by of From Credit To Cash On November 10 the Building Esso lower Club the yaid Lago the Colony General and Office the
the Dominican Republic for Curasao
Pedio M Bastaido Dominican consul
for Aiuba Jules Nieuw7 honoraiy Credit purchases at the Lago and answeis have been prepared for contiol of pui chases
Dominican consul and Enelindo Lea Commissary will come to an end dealing with the important factors Q Will credit limit regulations Mishap Fatal
nor a Lago Manne Office employee of the change allocable purchases
with the close of business Monday govennng
Nov 9 Beginning with the opening Q What is the last date I may be changed To Wharfinger
make credit at the A No The existing regulations
purchases on on
Four Incumbents of the commissary Tuesday Nov
Lago Commissary allowable pui chases will remain At Lake Dock
10 all purchases will be on a cash
One Newcomer A You make credit purchases up unchanged
basis Credit first
buying was until the Lago Commissary Q How much credit do I rjet to
Gain Park Board inaugurated in 1941 when employees closes Monday Nov 9 When shop fiom Monday Nov 2 An accident took the life of Modesto
shopped at the old commissary the commissary opens Tuesday through Monday Nov 9 Maduro at the Lake Tanker
Four incumbent membeis and a located at the present site of the morning Nov 10 all sales will A All staff and legular employees dock Sunday evening October 11
named new dispensary be cash will be allowed one thiid of a
new comer weie to two year shortly befoie G pm
terms on the Lago Spoit Park Boaid To assist employees and their fa Q Will the cliarga plate be required months 30 days regular commissary While he was dhecting the disconnecting
during an election held Oct 14 15 milies in making the change as easily after Nov 9 allowance
of hose the lake
and 1G as possible the following questions A Yes It will used as at piesent Continued on page 5 cargo on
tanker Mai a the ships caigo boom
Of 5742 employees eligible and
holding the hose fell stiuck him on
available to vote 4934 or 859 pei
cent cast valid ballots in letuming Their Vigil Was Rewarded the head and knocked him iito the
Juan Briezen Mateo Reyes Andiies w ater
Geerman and Robert E A Martin to Ciew membeis fiom the Amacuio
the boaid and electing for the first Reefdock and fellow woikeis on the dock
Dead Grounds On
Porpoise
time Raymundo Q Kemp quickly went into the water to assist
Mr Briezen a Process Department him but daikness made the search
employee diew 2G50 votes Mr
difficult and it was a number of
Reyes a Mechanical Department Agapito Romeio a whai finger on
minutes befoie he located and
employee drew 1929 votes Mr the No 2 Reefdock was leaving woik was
Geeiman an Accounting Depaitment the evening of Oct 8 when he spotted brought out of the water A doctor
employee diew 1810 votes Mr Mar a poi poise evidently killed by a and ambulance ai rived immediately
tin former boaid chairman and a ships piopellor washed ashoie on at the scene and fiist aid measures
Mechanical Depaitment employee the seawaid side of the leef weie instituted piomptly but Mr
diew 1G95 votes and Mr Kemp a Back at woik the next day cui Maduio was dead on ai rival at the
Lago Police Depaitment member iosity piompted Mr Romeio to turn Hospital The cause of death was
drew 15G5 votes They weie declaied the body oer As he did so a wave
established by the government pathologist
elected after they drew the top five rolled in washed some blood fiom
vote totals the gaping wound the piopellor had as a depiessed skull fiactuie
Incumbent membeis of the 10 slashed in the fishs side and icceded Exact cause of the accident is still
member board are Hugo de Vries of Within five minutes two shaiks being imestigated with | indications
the Technical Seivice Depaitment ciuising the limitless acies of the that it was dua to the failuie of a
Damion Tiomp of the Executive Caiibbean scented the blood and shackle on the caigo boom ligging
Office Jose LaCiuz of the Colony swam to the exact spot wheie the In line with Lagos effoits to elimi
Service Department Herman Figuei fish lay nate accident hazaids so far as possible
ra of the Process Depaitment and Undaunted
by passing pilot boats this equipment has been legu
Maximilo Kock of the Marine De woik launches or tankeis the shaiks hauled
laily inspected and was ovei
paitment ciuised back and forth trying to
and inspected within the last two
The four members who were find a way through the coial studded
reelected were nominated Mr Kemp water to get at the dead poi poise months
was a petition candidate In all 10 At times they came so close inshoie Mr Maduio was an acting whai
nominees and eight petition candidates they thieatened to beach themselves finger coipoial 45 ycais old and
competed The winneis will be Agapito Romeio and dead poi poise he found Three spear fisheimen swimming had almost 20 yeais of service over
installed in a turn over meeting tentatively some 100 yaids south of wheie the 17 yeais in dock operations He is
scheduled Oct 27 AgapitoRomcio tonino niorlo el his wife and 11 childien
y cu a haya Continued on page 2 suivived by
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
October 23 1953
Lago Commissary ta Cambia Kulisek To Represent
Akiubas5 Lago At National
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS Di Credito pa Cash Nov 10 Safety Congress
WEST INDIES BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD Edwaid J
Kulisek assistant divi
Printed by the Curacaosche Courant Curacao NWI
| Credito Cu A Cuminza Na 1941 Ta Termina sion head of the Safety Division is
currently attending the 41st National
Ora Comisario Cerra Dialuna Atardi Nov 9 Safety Congress and Exposition at
Chicago 111 This is
the second
SMWrWJSTrtTl W9 h ^a Tares WixitEiwiBl Cumpramento ariba credito na Comisario lo termina ora Comisario straight year Mr Kulisek has at
cerra Dialuna atardi Nov 9 Cuminzando for di ora Comisario habri tended the Congiess in keeping with
Diamars mainta Nov 10 tur cumpramento lo ta cash CumDramento Lagos policy to be up-to-date on
ariba credito a principia na 1941 tempo cu empleadonan tabata cumpra recent developments in the field of
na Comisario bieuw cu tabata na e lugar unda dispensario nobo ta accident prevention The safety con
worde traha awor ference a five day affair opened
Oct 19
Pa asisti empleadonan y nan fami
lianan pa haci e cambio mas facil posible C No Den pago di quincena Nov The program of 600 speakers at
e siguiente pregunta y conte 23 y pago di luna Dec 9 e cuenta 200 sessions covers every conceivable
stanan a worde prepara tocante e pa luna di October plus esun phase of safety with good coverage
puntonan importante di e cambio di Nov 2 te 9 lo worde kita te in areas that will be of most value
in Lagos safety work In addition
P Cual ta e ultimo ilia cu mi por na e suma cu bo ta recibi como the
cumpra ariba credito na Comisario ahustamento den un biaha Nin exposition displays 250 exhibits covering
all types of safety aids
gun deduccion cu ta mas halto
C Bo por cumpra ariba credito te cu e suma aki lo worde kita e Lago employees have earned many
awards for their success in working
ora Comisario cerra Dialuna ora
safely In order to help interest
atardi Nov 9 Ora Comisario Empleado D ta gana Fls 500 piomote
in safety here Mr Kulisek
habri Diamars mainta Nov 10 pa luna El tin derecho ariba has
the oppoitunity to keep abreast
of
tur bendemento lo cuminza tu 50 por ciento di credito na Comisario
new developments and to share
ma lugar na placa efectivo loke ta Fls 250 El ta experiences
and ideas with others in the
P Tin mester di charga plate despues gasta e suma aki na October
industry which be used at
di Nov 9 Pa promer nuebe dia di November may Lago
C Si E lo worde usa manera awor el tin derecho ariba Fls 167
contrala cual el ta gasta tambe E total Maduro Honored
IN ORDER to familiarize the newly elected members of Lago Employee pa cumprasnan
P Lo bini algun cambio deyi -di cuenta cu no ta paga cu lo '
Council with the over all refinery picture the company took them on a e re After 35 Years
se en hour tour of the plant earlier this month Ileie they are pictuied in glanan actual tocante limite di 1 mester worde kita Dec 9 lo ta
the Main Shops obsering the operation of a lathe cumprameyito Fls 250 plus Fls 167 esta un In Tax Office
C No E reglanan segun cual cada total di Fls 417 E ahustamento
PA familiariza miembronan nobo cligi di Lago Employee Council cu tur empleadopor cumpra un cierto den biaha lo ta 40 por ciento Close to 350 persons gathered at
aspectonan di refineria Compania a arregla un paseo di siete ora den maximo lo keda mescos di Fls 500 of Fls 200 E dife the club house of the Aruba Juniors
planta pa nan principio di e Iuna aki Aki nan ta den Main Shops mi- P Cuanto creiito mi por haya for rencia entre Fls 417 y Fls 200 Oct 7 taJhonbrJos Maduro who com
rando com un lathe ta traha ta Fls 217 aki lo pleted 35 yearsof government service
di Dialuna Nov 2 te Dialuna y e suma worde
Nov 9 -kita den deduccionnan di on that dateHP
C Tur empleadonan regular y di pago di Fls 20 cada uno Lt Gov Dr L C Kwartsz princi
LEC Members Take staff lo haya un tercer di credito P Qui ora mi ta paga e sxuna cu pal speaker at the celebration recounted
EHAC Elects regular pa un luna 30 ta pasa e ahustamento den un Mr Maduros government
7 Hour Plant Tour Hinkson Chairman dia biaha career and wished him a long life
P Com mi por sabi cuanto e suma C Pagamentonan di e suma cu because Aruba cannot afford to do
Newly elected members of the Lago aki ta resta despues cu e ahustamento without his services
Employee Council spent Oct 8 in a Joseph Hinkson of Mechanical C Asina cu cada empleado y su den un biaha worde duna lo C J van der Brink Aruba tax receiver
seven hour tour of the refinery as Administration was elected chair familia por sabi exactamente worde part den periodonan di complimented Mr Maduros
part of a program designed to man of the Esso Heights Advisory cuanto un tercer di su credito pago siguiente service to the people and presented
acquaint them with the refinerys Committee at the groups turnover ta Accounting Department lo P Cuanto e deduccionnan lo ta him with a set of salon furniture on
operations and supei visors meeting Oct 9 E A Bend of prepara carchi cu e suma ariba C Esaki ta depende ariba e suma behalf of fellow tax department employees
Starting at 8 am they heaid an Garage and Transportation was pa tur empleadonan cu a resta despues cu e ahustamento
explanation of the refinery flow plan elected secretary O D Ifill of P Qui dia mi ta haya e carchi aki a worde haci Restonan J van der Schoot president of the
inspected several operating units Mechanical Electrical and R L C E carchinan lo worde parti te Fls 100 lo worde part den Aruba Juniors presented Mr Maduro
toured the ship yaid dry dock and Johnson of the Marine Department ariba of banda di Oct 31 cinco luna E deduccion mas with a wall clock on behalf of the
harbor visited the Main Shops went fill out the committee P Com e carchinan lo worde parti chikito cada periodo di pago ta club of which he is honorary presi
through the No 1 and No 2 Power The committee is the same that C Nan lo worde parti hunto cu Fls 10 E suma minimo cu lo dent A veteran sports figure Mr
houses and then had lunch had been in office Mr Bend and time card Empleadonan cu no worde paga cada dia di pago Maduro is also a member of the board
In the afternoon they inspected the Mr Hinkson having been re-elected tin time card la haya di nan for door di empleadonan pa quincena of directors of the Wilhelmina Sta
No 2 and No 3 laboratories the di nan hefe lo ta Fls 5 Restonan mas dium an official of the Aruba Foot--ball
Equipment Inspection Groups materials hopi cu Fls 100 lo worde kita Bond and other athletic organizations
P Credito lo worde cerra ora mi
den sumanan di Fls 20 cada
testing laboratory and the Lago
mi worde
yega e suma cu a per
luna
Vocational School miti tuma nuebe dia
Miembronan di LEC pa promer
P Si mi mi credito di
Throughout the tour they met the di November pasa un tercer
men in charge of the departments pa November e suma aki Dead Porpoise
A Haci Paseo C Credito lo worde cerra ora e
tambe lo worde kita den ter
visited and
they were given an ex tabata
suma mescos cu
yega
planation of the departments work Den Plania worde haci den pasado mino pa quincena of pa luna
C No E suma cu ta mas cu e credito
and how it ties in to the over all P Lo tin deduccion pa comisario
Miembionan nobo eligi di Lago di un tercer pa November
refinery operation
den pago recibi dia 9 y 10 di
Employee Council a pasa Oct 8 ha November lo worde kita Nov 23 pa em
ciendo un paseo di siete ora den re pleadonan pa quincena y Dec 9
Five Esso Dealers C No solamente si e empleado a
fineria como parti di un programa pa empleadonan pa luna
pasa su credito na luna di October P
designa pa familiariza nan cu opera Qui tempo e deduccionnan lo
To Sponsor Posters cion y hefenan den Compania Den caso di empleadonan cuminza
Cuminzando 8 am nan a scucha pa uincena solamente e parti C Deduccion lo cuminza cu e pago
On about Nov 1 five of the ta credito
or cu mas hopi cu e per Januari
un splicacion di flow plan di refine na pa ganamentonan di
islands large outdoor advertising mit for di Oct 16 pa October December
ria inspecta varios plantanan bishita
signs will carry colorful safety 31 lo worde kita Nov 9 For di P Com
shipyard dry dock y haaf Main empleadonaji cu no tabata
sponsored by the five Esso Empleadonan mensual cu
posters pasa
traha
Shops a pasa door di Powerhouse durante October por haya
dealers The safety themes of the nan credito e suma lo worde
No 1 y No 2 despues a bai come placa efectivo pa cumpra na
posters concern driving in school kita Nov 10 Compras total
Den oranan di tramerdia nan a inspecta Comisario despues di e cambio
areas where children are playing and dentro di e credito permit pa
C Nan
Laboratorio No 2 y No 3 la por recibi un parti di nan
safe driving for the protection of the October lo no worde kita Nov ahustamento
boratorio di test material den Equipment di Comisario na
driver and pedestrians 9 y 10 Vigil was rewarded
passengers
Payroll Office Oficina
Vocational na
Inspection Group y Lago
The outdoor display is part of the School Empleado A tin Fls 225 di Mayor ariba of despues di Nov Warda tabata compensa
dealers combined efforts to promote credito permitible El ta gasta 11 si ta desea
Durante henter e paseo nan a en nan Continued from page 1
safe driving The posters will appear Fls 260 na October E suma I Si mi bolbe di vacacion cualkier
contra e hendenan encarga cu e de porpoise lay were cautioned to leave
about the same time the new traffic ariba su credito cual den e caso
dia den October lo mi tin dead
partamentonan cu nan a bishita y a dere the water They looked at the
booklet Guide to Safe Driving aki ta Fls 35 lo worde kita sea cho ariba cualkier consideration waiting
haya un clarificacion di trabao di e fish cast an eye on the
prepared by Lagos Public Relations Nov 9 of 10 E Fls 225 permit special sharks would
departamento y com el ta conecta cu and commented They
Department with assistance from operacion di henter refineria 10 no worde kita e biaha aki E C Si Por ehemplo cualkier em nt hurt you They swim around uf
Lago and Government police will lo worde kita ariba promer dia pleado ariba vacacion paga du all the time
be distributed Lago A Contribui di pago despues di Nov 10 rante e periodo den cual compras Eventually as time and tide did
P Qui ora mi ta haya e ahusta re
na Comisario no ta worde their work the sharks vigil was
Wharfinger A F 1000 Pa Piano mento den un biaha pa comisario kita por pidi ariba of despues warded The body of the porpoisf
? di Nov 11 e suma di e ahusta floated momentarily moved a fe
Haya Desgracia Cualkier ora cu interesnan cultural C Cada empleado ariba payroll mento 40 por ciento menos e feet seaward and then disappeared
ta involvi nos por depende semper staff y regular dia 10 di November compras cu el a haci na Comisario beneath the waves
Fatal na Waaf ariba Lago tabata e manera den lo recibi 40 por ciento despues cu el a bolbe di
cual un corant di Corsow a cuminza di su ganamento normal te un vacacion efectivo na cahero di Accoun
Continua di pagina i su storia tocante Compania su con- maximo di Fls 300 ariba e dia P Kiko ta socede cu mi carchi di ting Department
pa elimina peligronan cu por causa tribucion di Fls 1000 pa cumpra un nan di pago despues di Nov 10 deposito cu un resto cu no ta P Unda nan por contesta mivn
desgracia asina tanto posible e her piano pa Arubaanse Muziekschool cual ta pa quincena Nov 23 y gasta despues di Nov 10 guntanan tocante e cambia d
mentnan aki a worde inspecta regu Arubaanse Muziekschool cu ta pa luna Dec 9 C E suma cu no ta gasta ariba credito pa cash
larmente y no mas cu dos luna pasa funciona desde Juli 1951 ta bao P Si mi cuenta na Comisario pa Nov 10 lo worde debolbi na Ac C Comite di Comisario lo tene ui
nan a worde inspecta y drecha auspicio di Centro Cultural Aruba luna di October plus esim di counting Department cuarto di informacion na Conu
Sr Maduio tabata un wharfinger cual na su turno ta worde financia Nov 2 te 9 ta mas hopi cu loke P Mi por paga un cuenta di Comisario sario Miembronan di e Conm
corporal interino 45 anja di edad y pa un parti door di Sticusa un orga mi ta haya di e ahustamento habri aki lo contesta bo preguntanat
tabatin casi 20 anja di servicio mas nizacion Holandes cu ta dedica na den tin biaha esaki lo worde C Si Empleadonan por paga tur Nov 2 3 y 4 durante oran3i
cu 17 anja trahando ariba waaf El a promocion di cultura den India orien kita ariba e promer dia di pago of parti di nan cuenta di Comisario regular di cumpra na Conusa
laga atras su esposa y 11 yiu tal y occidental despues di Nov 10 cualkier ora -iia placa rio
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ARUI3A ESSO NEWS
October 23 1953
Pa Movimenio di Imigracion Population Awor Ta Cerca 900000
Hendenan Nobo Ta Trece Bida Nobo Na Australia
Den ultimo siete anja mas cu tabata remarcable den desaroyo di e rcserva pa nativonan aboriginal di e Luis Vaez de Torres un Spanjo a l po cu forzanan Australiano a sali pa
nacionnan grandi den historia isla bishita e isla na 1G05 of 1G0G bai bringa na Korea mineria di hero
750000 atrai e promc
persona pa
mundial hen Queensland cu ta huki E Ho y trahamento di staal tabata pro
sinembargo
tiente oportunidad di un bida nobo Pa bira un potencia ocupa siguiente siglo
denan di Australia mester a monta noordoost di e continente ta contene landesnan a yega y a yama e continente gresa hunto trahamento di bapor
a viaja sur atravez di Oceano Pa dificultadnan cual podiser un nacion Cape York Peninsula y principio di Nieuw Holland Na 1770 c refinamento di azeta y cantidad di
cifico pa establece na Australia menos fuerte no por a soporta Di Great Dividing Range cu ta cone den famoso exploiador Ingles Capt James otro empresanan industi ial
Nan a bai manera miles a haci zuidoost door di New Cook Ademas recursonan di e terra ta
promer tabata situacion geografico di costa oost y a yega Australia Su descrip
promer cu nan pa purba nan suer bata worde explota manera nunca
e terra South Wales y Victoria cion di e terra conecta cu e re
te canto di frontera banda di costa antes Aeroplano tabata hunga un
Australia tabata asina isola cu ho E tres estadonan aki ta residencia ciente perdida di Inglaterra su co
nan den ciudadnan di e terra aki cu papel vital den habrimento di sec
den 1G5 anja a pi di su bida di animal y vegetacion di mas cu 80 por ciento di e popula lonianan na America a promove
ta un continente cu cionnan cu no tabata desaroya ainda
di atraza te den tabata unico Hopi sorto di bestia cu cion y ta contene ciudadnan grandi creacion di un compania cual su 11
eleva for un lugar Ferrocarril door di estado
di nacionnan ta biba na Australia no ta worde en manera Brisbane Sydney y Melbourne baiconan a yega na 1788 na loke awor opera
fila distingui nan tabata trece establecedornan
Awendia Australia ta un firme po contra den ningun otro parti di mundo Canberra e capital ta keda den ta Sydney Pa 1829 henter Australia hiba producto afor
Australian Capital Territory cual ta ye isla ccrcano Nieuw Zeeland y
tencia mundial Su representantenan
Yegando na cantidad puerto
ta yuda forma tur decisionnan di Na Awor e terra ta parti den seis saca for di New South Wales mescos a bira dependencia Ingles nan di lamar y aeropuerto pa tabata un
estado Australia Occidental ta cu Districto di Columbia Segun e cstablecedornan tabata
ciones Unidas tocante problemanan mayor multitud di imigrante ansioso pa
Pacifico y Asiatico Su fuerzanan ar parti un plateau 1000 te 2000 pia Adelaide den estado di South progresa den interior e ciudadnan participa den desaroyo di e terra aki
ma y potencia militar ta forma un halto sin rio of lagonan permanente Australia y Perth na costa zuidwest costal tambe tabata desaroya Un Promer cu Guerra Mundial II apenas
parti grandi di aresenal di libertad E ta principalmente valioso pa su mi di Australia Occidental ta e dos otro cultura a desaroya y un universidad populacion di e isla tabata alcanza
Su produccion ta worde embarca nanan di oro cu a produci mas cu ciudadnan grandi di e terra Tasma e promer di e cuatro cu tin awor siete million Awor e ta casi nuebe
na tur partinan di mundo y su mer 3 billion nia un isla dilanti costa zuidoost ta a habri na 1852 million un aumento cu tabata
cadonan ta un factor economico in Australia Norte tambe ta consisti forma di seis estado di Australia Guerra Mundial II a indica e ne causa pa e movimiento di imigracion
ternacional Su hendenan ta exempli pa mayoria parti di plateau cu e parti Un portuges Manuel Godhino de cesidad pa aumenta economia di mas grandi den tur tempo Retrato
fica espirito di independencia cual mas pa nord Arnheim Land Eredia a discubri Australia na 1C01 Australia cu industria pisa Pa tem nan ariba pagina 4 y 5
Commissary Operation To Change L G Lopez To Retire Employees Asked
Dec 1 Following 36 To Return Family
Continued from page 1 up to the amount you receive in the General Office Building on Years of Service Tour Invitations
Q How do I knoiv hoiv much this the one time commissary adjustment or after Nov 11
amount zvill be No deductions over Q // / return to ivork from vacation Louis G Lopez whose first Lago A large number of family tour invitation
A In order that each employee your one time commissary adjustment any date in October tvill I job was to check the arrival of ma cards recently sent to Lago
and his family will know exactly will be made at this be entitled to any special consi terials from which the refinery was employees have not been returned
what his one third credit allowance time derations built will retire Dec 1 after more The Public Relations Department requests
will be the Accounting D A Yes As that all cards be returned as
Employee earns Fls 500 an example any employee than 36 years of service
Department will prepare cards a month He has been allowed on pre paid vacation Mr Lopez was first employed soon as possible in order to schedule
for all employees giving this 50 per cent commissary credit during the period in which commissary April 23 1917 by the Standard Oil tours for all families If the card
amount which is Fls 250 He spends purchases are not deducted Co Indiana at Drumright Okla In isnt returned the tour coordinators
Q When will I receive this card this amount in October Over may request on or after 192G he was transferred to the Huas have no way of knowing the families
A The cards will be distributed on the first nine days in November Nov 11 the amount of the onetime teca Petroleum Co in Tampico Mexico desiring tours
or about Oct 31 he has Fls 167 allowed commissary adjustment as a plant operator When the card is returned it is
Q How will the cards be distributed which he also spends The total 40 per cent less any commissary Later that year grouped by language and craft or
unpaid commissary bill to be purchases made since the he returned to division and held until there are
A They will be distributed with deducted Dec 9 will be Fls 250 return from vacation fctt Standard of India enough families of that group to
time cards Employees who do plus Fls 167 for a total of Q What happens to my deposit na at Drumright make a tour Once the tour has been
not have time cards will receive Fls 417 The one time commissary card with an unspent balance Wmr- mM and on March 20 scheduled all families are notified
these cards through their supervisors adjustment will be 40 per after Nov 10 1928 was trans If the particular time and date is
cent of Fls 500 or Fls 200 The A The unspent balance on Nov 10 ferred to Aruba as not convenient for a family it can
Q Will credit be stopped when I difference between Fls 417 and will be refunded at the Accounting a material checker arrange to take the tour another
reach the amount allowed me Fls 200 is Fls 217 and this Department the Technical time
during the first nine days of amount will be paid in spread Q May I pay off any unpaid com Service Department The first invitation card sent to
November out payroll deductions of Fls 20 missary bill the employee must be returned
A Credit will be closed when the each payday A Yes In 1929 he was Without this notice the Public Relations
Employees may pay all
allowance is reached as has Q When do I pay the amount over or part of their unpaid commissary promoted to engi Department cannot arrange
been done in the past the one time commissary adjustment bill neer in TSD and tours
at any time in cash at
L G
Q Will there be Lopez the next
commissary deductions the Accounting Department cashier year was
in pay received Nov 9 A Payments of the amount left appointed a gas plant foreman In would pump a mui iatic acid solution
and 10 over from allowable purchases 1939 he was made assistant division through the equipment to dissolve
A No unless the employee has after the adjustment has been Q ansivered Where can I have questions superintendent in the Gas Plant and and flush away the scale with which
spent over his allowable credit made will be spread out over from credit concerning to cash the change in 1950 became an assistant division it became clogged The machine was
in October In the case of semimonthly following paydays superintendent in Catalytic and Light publicized throughout the oil refining
paid employees only Q How much ivill the deductions A The Lago Commissary Advisory Ends industry because it cut the cleaning
that part that is more than the be Committee will have an information One of Mr Lopezs major contributions time by 75 per cent and added 50
allowable credit for Oct 16 A This depends on the amount you booth at the Lago Commissary to the success of Lago was per cent to the life of the coolers
through Oct 31 will be deducted have left over after the adjustment Members of this committee the invention of a method of cleaning and condensers
Nov 9 Monthly paid employees has been made Balances will answer your questions shell and tube condensers and coolers Mr Lopez left Aruba Oct 5 on
who purchased over up to Fls 100 will be spread Committeemen will be at Mr Lopez devised a machine which accrued furlough time
out five the commissary Nov 2 3 and
their allowable credit will have over months The smallest
this amount deducted Nov 10 deduction each pay period 4 during normal shopping Island Report
Total purchases within the allowable for monthly paid employees hours
will be Fls 10 The minimum
credit for October will
not be deducted Nov 9 or 10 amount to be paid each payday Colombia Oil Find Said
Employee A has Fls 225 by semi monthly employees will Empleadonan Recorda
allowable credit He spends will be Fls be 5 Balances over Fls 100 Pa Debolbe Invitacion South Americas
Fls 260 in October The amount spread out by payroll Biggest
over his allowable credit which month deductions of Fls 20 each di Paseo den Refineria
in this example is Fls 35 will The Inter Ameiican Press Association land If they arrie with fewer
be deducted either Nov 9 or 10 Cantidad di e carchinan di invita has charged Nicaragua with cur bruises and have a better color when
The Fls 245 allowed will not Q // my purchases go over one cion pa paseonan den refineria cu a tailing freedom of the press In a ripe as is expected the islands ba
be deducted at this time It will third of the November credit worde recientemente manda pa cable to President Anastasio Somoza nana growers expect to wrap all
be deducted the first payday allowance will this sum be empleadonan di Lago no a bolbe De the association said a law making stems in cellophane before shipment
following Nov 10 spread out in semi monthly or partamento di Relaciones Publicas ta published desacato disrespectful xxx
Q When do I receive the one time monthly payments suplica pa tur carchinan worde de references towaid the president punishable St Vincent is developing a handi
commissary adjustment A No The amount over Novembers bolbi mas pronto posible asina cu was a curtailment of freedom craft industry of hats bags mats
A Each employee on the staff and allowable one third credit paseonan por worde arregla pa tur of the press and baskets made from sisal which
regular payroll on Nov 10 will will be deducted Nov 23 for familianan Si e carchi no worde de XXX the islands agricultural department
receive 40 per cent of normal semi monthly employees and bolbi e planeadornan di e paseonan The Colombian government said is urging farmers to grow
earnings up to Fls 300 on the Dec 9 for monthly employees no tin un modo pa sabi e familianan United States technicians have pin
paydays following Nov 10 Q When will the spread out deductions cu ta desea di bishita refineria pointed huge quantities of under xxx
which are semi monthly Nov begin Ora e carchi worde debolbi e ta ground oil in the Catatumbo area of A group of Miami transportation
23 and monthly Dec 9 A Deductions of unpaid commissary worde poni den grupo segun idioma y Colombia Large scale exploitation men announced that a Fiesta Night
Q If my allowable October Com \ balances will begin with division of departamento y teni te ora the government said would produce would be held at Julios Adobe House
tin bastante miembro di familia di oil than What was the entertainment for the
e
missary bill plus my Nov 2 December earnings payable in more any other South Ame
through 9 bill is more than I January grupo ey pa haci un paseo Una vez rican field gala event A talk on Carrier Lia
cu e paseo ta planea tur familianan bility on Loss and Damage Claims
will receive in the xxx
time
one Q Hoiv ivill employees who have
ta worde notifica Si c ora fecha no Anton Berhnhard xxx
commissary adjustment will it been off work during October y van Bomel of
be deducted on the first payday obtain cash for buyiyig commissaries ta combiniente pa e familia nan por The Hague kept his pipe going for An undetermined number of Texas
following Nov 10 after the change from haci arreglo pa bin bishita refineria 89 V2 minutes on 2i grams of tobacco Oil Co employees died late last month
A No In the semi monthly pay credit to cash un otro dia and walked off with the national pipe when the Catalina flying boat in
Nov 23 and monthly Dec A E promer carchi di invitacion man smokers championship held at Pur which they were flying to Bogota
pay They receive rated
may a pro da
pa e empleado mester woide debolbi
mcrend The Netherlands
9 the allowable October Colombia for the weekend collided
commissary portion of their time
one commissary Sin esaki Departamento di Relaciones
bill plus the Nov 2 adjustment xxx with a Colombian fighter plane near
request
through 9 bill will be deducted at the Payroll upon Office in Publicas no por arregla pa Jamaica has shipped 5000 banana La Dorado The unidentified fighter
seonan stems wrapped in cellophane to Eng pilot parachuted to safety
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
October 23 1953
*
This is another in a series of photographic reports entitled Around the World xvith
the Lsho News Because of the international character of its persormel and because
of the ivorld uide market it series Lago and its employees are interested in these
countries
Tn the past seen yeais over 750000 peisons In 1770 the famous Biitish exploier Capt
lined by the challenging chance of a new James Cook leached Austialia His dcscuption
life hac headed south acioss the Pacific of the countiy coupled with Englands le
Ocean to settle in Australia cent loss of her American colonies stiried
They went as thousands did befoie them ths cieation of a development company whose
to tiy their luck along the fiontieis beside 11 ships anived at what is now Sydney in 1788
the shoies within the cities of this countiy By 1829 all of Australia and the neigh HERE is the River Yarra winding through Melbourne the capital of the state of Victoria and 1
which is a continent which in 165 yeais has boiing island of New Zealand had become country s population or just under 9000000 live in
risen fiom an aboiiginal backwoods to star in a Biitish dependency The mining of gold zinc
the galaxy of nations tin coal and other undergiound deposits the AKI ta Rio Yarra corriendo atravez di Melbourne capital di estado Victoria v rpsidonria Hi 1 flfin
Today Austialia is an af filmed woild powei laising of sheep and the cultivation of wheat di solamente 9000000 hende ta biba den ciudadna
Its lepiesentatives help shape all United Nations on the wide open plains became the basis of
decisions on Pacific and Asiatic pioblems the countiys economy
Its armed forces and military potential constitute As the yeais passed and civilization ovei
a major poition of the aiscnal of free ran much of the pieviously unsettled poition
dom of the woild Austialia was still a land of
Its pioduction is shipped woi Id wide and its oppoitunity and immigiants squned by the
hungei which biought the fiist settleis
maikets aie an international economic factoi continued
Its people exemplify the spint of independence to anie
which has spaiked the development of the As prospectors mineis lancheis faimeis
gteat nations of histoiy and adventuiers pushed the fiontieis back
In becoming a woild foice the people of the seacoast towns piospeied piocessing and
Austialia suimounted haidships which might shipping the fruits of the inland labois A
have defeated a less haidy bleed Fiist was the cultuie developed and a university the fiist
countiys geogiaphical location of four now in opeiation was established in
Land connects Noith and South Ameiica Sydney in 1852
and only the nanow Benng Stiait sepaiates When Woild War I stiuck fieedom conscious
Noith Ameiica fiom Asia Land links Euiope Austialia immediately sent her aimed foices
and Asia and Euiope and Afiica But the to back the Allied cause The Anzacs Au
Lonely Continent Australia at the time stiahan and New Zealand tioops weie
of its discoveiy lay thousands of sea miles hailed woi Id wide for their militaiy exploits
fiom the neaicst centeis of population Would With the cessation of hostilities Austialia
be settleis faced an ocean voyage of months continued compulsoiy militaiy tiaining until
So isolated was Austialia that much of its 1929 and had a nucleus of expeiienced military
animal and plant life was unique The kan men to lecall to seivice when Woild War II
gaioo the duckbill platypus the wombat the bioke out and Japanese foices thieatened to
-wallaby and the flying opposum weie found ovei iun the island
nowheie else The giant eucalyptus and other With the Japanese invasion thieat wiped
floia existed only in Australia out in the Battle of Coial Sea Austialia became
Once arrived the newcomeis found a countiy a staging aiea fiom which the Allies
wheie December ai lived during the summei mounted the offensive which swept noith
July in the midst of winter They found a thiough the island chain and eventually defeated
land which ranged fiom an aiid plateau to a Japan
steaming tropical lowland fiom a mountain Woild War II pointed out the need of aug WITH combines such as these Australian farmers produce close to 200000000 bushels of
range to a lush productive basin menting Australias mining animal husbandry wheat each year in the inland plateaus and tablelands
They found a land so difficult to tiaeise agiiculture economy with heavy industiy By
the time Austialian foices weie leaving to Cu mashinnan manera esaki cunuceronan Australiano ta produci cerca 200000000 medida di
that the two main aboiiginal gioups had no cada den terrenonan interior
trigo anja
contact Each maintained its own customs fight in Koiea steel ore mining steel making
spoke entiiely diffeient languages and fabricating weie well underway coupled
with shipbuilding oil lefining and a host of
Today the countiy is divided into six states
other basic industrial enterpiises
Western Australia is largely a plateau 1000
without lheis In addition the countiys lesouices weie
to 2000 feet high peimanent
or lakes It is piincipally aluable for its gold being exploited as never befoie Aii planes
weie playing a majoi lole in opening up the
mines which have pioduced over 3 billion
few lemaining undeveloped tenitoiies Rail
Noithem Austialia is also laigely plateau
loads opeiated by the states weie taking
with its noithemmost aiea Arnheim Land
in settleis and hauling out pioduce
given ovei to leseivations for the aboiiginal
Vool mutton wheat piecious metals tim
natives of the island
bei cotton lice tobacco citius and other tio
Queensland which occupies the noitheast
pical fiuits manufactuied goods and law
contains the Yoik Penin
coiner jungled Cape
mateiials weie pouung into the poits and
sula and the stait of the Gieat Dividing Range
the Inland dams
acioss sea weie pioviding
which tuns down the east and southeast coasts
hydro electiic power and inigating wateis A
thiough populous faim iich Newr South Wales
tourist industiy was developing along the
and Victoiia
Gieat Banier Reef just off Austialias noitheast
These thiee states aie home to over 80 shoie
per cent of the population and contain the and
Flowing into the seapoits aiipoits was
principal cities of Brisbane Sydney and Melbourne a tide of immigrants anxious to shaie in the
Canberra the capital is in the Austia development of the country Piior to World
lian Capital Territoiy which is caived out of
War II the islands population was baiely seven
New South Wales much like the District of million nine million
Today it is close to
Columbia
swelled by the gieatest migiant piogiam ever
Adelaide in the farming state of South undeitaken
Austialia and Peith on the southwest coast in Why is it the question has been asked
West Austialia are the countrys other two that a countiy with baiely the population of
large cities Tasmania an island off the New Yoik City should have such an impoitant
southeast coast foims the countiys sixth international lole
state An Austialian official has given this answei
A Portugese Manuel Godhino de Eiedia is Australias numbeis may be small its
believed to have discoveied Australia in 1G01 wealth may also be limited in compaiison to
Luis Vaez de Tories a Spaniaid is also its larger paitneis in demociacy he said s
thought to have visited the land in 1605 or But its moral physical political fibie is not GREAT BARRIER REEF off Australias north east coast is beginning to sparkle with resorts
1606 measuied by these factois Austialias voice such as this on Hayman Island
In the next century however the Dutch and effort will always be foithiight in the GREAT BARRIER REEF na costa norte di Austialia ta cuminza rehimbra cu recuisonan
ai lived and named the continent New Holland councils of world demociacy manera esaki ariba Hayman Island
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
October 23 1933
ne to 1360200 Aussies Over 5500000 of the EILDON DAM shown here in south eastern Australia is one of AUSTRALIAN sheep 115000000 of them provide one quarter of
ties many now supplying electricity and irrigation waters the worlds fine wool An expert can strip the fleece in one piece
) Australiano Mas cu 5000000 di e populacion E1LDON DAM munstra aki den zuid oost Australia ta un di e can CARNE di Australia 115000000 di nan ta produci un cuarta parti
tidadnan cu awor ta percura pa electricidad y awa pa irigacion di lana na mundo Un experto por corta tur e lana den un pida
St ~* VV '- '^ .**.. TtiV31Jii
3iiR0W3S i iWtlHBWrV iJillliiiflliiliilil li ii ^^ f > nil I
WHYALLA a fast growing ship building and iron making center on the southern coast HORSES played an important part in opening up Australia but in most work today
reflects Australias developing interest in establishing basic industries have given way to machines However they still haul logs in Western Australia forests
WHYALLA un centro di astilleria y industria di herro cu ta desaroya rapidamentc na costa CABAI a hunga un parti importante den habrimento di Australia pero awendia mashin
sur ta refleha interes creciente di Australia pa establece industrianan basico a reemplaza nan Sinembargo ainda nan ta worde usa pa lastra palo den selvanan di
Australia Occidental
.?.,?.-J jmimi1aji jwj "? MITIITP11
SYDNEY with 1610580 residents is Australias largest EXPORTS have buill up coastal cities such as Mel
city Above is Martin Place bourne part of whose busy harbor is shown here AUSTRALIAS vast reaches and thin population created the Flying
Doctor Service here picking up a patient
EXIORTACION a desaroya ciudadnan literal manera
SYDNEY cu 1610580 residente ta e cittdad mas gran Melbourne di cual un parti di su haaf hopi frecuenta DISTANCIANAN grandi y populacion chikito di Australia a lamta Ser
di di Australia Ariba
ta Martin IMace
ta munstra aki vicio di Doctor Bulando cogiendo un paciente aki
m
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
October 23 1953
Auto Driving School Here Will Use
First Dual Control Car In Aruba
Arubas steadily gi owing list of
schools got a new addition late last
month when the Auto Driving School
opened in the Ccntial Garage at Cura
Cabai
Unlike most institutions of lear
ning however the Auto Driving
School has a tiaveling class room
a dual contiol 1948 Mercury
and expects to add a 1949 Chrysler
Principal of the school is Bernar
dino C Senchin a veteian instructor
with a special government license
who guarantees to teach anyone
Well almost anyone to drive
an automobile within four weeks
FIRE PREVENTION concious During one-hour-a-day classes Mr
Lago Vocational School students Senchin also plans to teach the novice
took part in the lecent fire pre motorist how to change a tire how
vention week At an outdoor to check the cais gasoline oil and
session on Hasscll Field the stu water supply and other fundamentals
dents listened to fire prevention of auto operation
and fire fighting lectures above In partnership with Mr Senchin is
and watched demonstrations of
equipment left Frank Kersout R M Maxwell owner of the Central THE AUTO DRIVING SCHOOLS classroom i th i9iwrni iio-
a member of the fire squad of Garage who spent two weeks adap cury R M Maxwell foreground adapted the 1948 coupe so B C Senchin
BQ 3 is shown putting out a ting the two door four passenger background the schools instructor may assume control of the car if a
gasoline blaze with a dry chemi coupe to dual controls student panics Notice the twin steering wheels double sets of foot pedals
cal extinguisher Its the first one on the island KLAS DI Auto Driving School ta e Mercury aki cu dos sistema di
LAGO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Mr Maxwell said pointing to the control R M Maxwell adilanti a adapta e coupe 1948 asina cu B C
cu ta consciente di e alor di pre cars two steering wheels two foot- Senchin atras instructor di e school por tuma control di e auto si un
vencion di candela a tuma parti jbiakes two clutch pedals two gas studiante spanta Mira e dos stuurwiel y e set dobbel di pedalnan di pia
den e siman reciente di prevencion pedals twin ignition switches and
di candela Na un sesion pafor ari starter buttons brake disengage the clutch or take used to teach the operation of the
ba Hassell Field studiantenan
a scucha lecturanan e tocante As the paitners explained it Mr over the steering when necessary automatic shift type of vehicle
encion y pagamento di candela pre Senchin will sit behind the righthand The instructors steeling wheel is The right hand manifold of the
steeling wheel the student behind the geared so that it is than
ariba y a mira demonstracion di stronger Mercury was relocated t make room
hermentnan robez Frank Kersout left In the early stages Mr Senchin the students allowing the teacher to for the second steering column and
un miembio di brigada di will do the driving while the student assume instant control of the car if a special device which Mr Maxwell
paga candela di BQ 3 ta munstra simulates the operation of the steering the student panics piefened to keep under wraps
pagando un encendio di gasoline wheel and pedals Mr Maxwell worked out the adap was designed for the dual accelerators
cu un pagador di quimico seco Later the student will drive and tation of the Mercury which will be
thats why we have the dual controls used to teach the operation of the Mr Maxwells handiwoik he said
Mr Senchin explained The standard automobile and the adapta was inspected and approved by the
Fluid Coking Process To Help instiuctor will be able to apply the tion of the Chrysler which will be police
Conserve Petroleum Resources Wharfinger A
Development of a new refining process which will help conserve Haya Un Tonio Aruba Driving School Ta Usa
petroleum resources by making more gasoline and home heating oil
Morio Na Rif
from crude oil was announced recently by the Standard Oil Development
Promer Auto Cu Stuur Dobble
Company central research and engineering affiliate of Standard Agapito Romeio un wharfinger
Oil Company New Jersey ariba No 2 Reef Dock tabata laga
The novel piocess called Fluid supply the heat needed for the process trabao Oct 8 ataidi ora el a mira un Ultimo parti di luna pasa Aruba a haya un otro school mas ora Auto
Coking provides oil refiners with a but part of it is removed as a tonino evidentemente mata door Driving School a habri na Central Garage na Cura Cabai
flexible and economical means of by product The by pioduct petroleum di chapaleta di un bapor spula na Sinembargo contrario na mayoria institucionnan di enseyanza Auto
accomplishing this desiied result The coke has value as fuel and have teira na banda pafor di rif
may Driving School tin un klas cu ta move un Mercury 1948 cu dobbel
new piocess will aid in the exploita moie valuable applications in the Ora el a yega trabao su siguiente stuur y ta spera di agrega un Chrysler 1949
tion of reseives of very low giade metal producing industries dia curiosidad a induci Sr Romero pa Diiector di e school ta Bernaidino
crude oils which until now could not Under development for over four biia cadaver di e bestia Mientras el C Senchin instructor
veterano
un cu
te economically refined years and demonstiated successfully tabata haci asina un ola a lora bini peimit special di gobiemo kende ta Rainy Season
The new Fluid Coking piocess is in a large scale pilot plant at the aden laba poco Sanger for di den e garantiza pa sinja cualkier hende Start May Shift
the latest application of the fluid Esso Laboiatories in Baton Rouge corta cu e chapaleta a habri den Wei casi tur hende cone un
ized solids technique originated by Louisiana Fluid Coking is now ready costia di e pisca y a bolbe lora bai auto den cuatro siman Back To October
Standaid Oil Development A fluid for commercial application The fhst pa lamar
Durante lesnan di dia
un ora
pa October which according to statistics
like stieam of hot finely divided coke commeicial installation planned and Dentio di cinco minuut dos tibron
Sr Senchin tin intencion sinja
su
pa has been losing its start of
particles furnishes the heat and sur aheady in the design stage is for cu ta ciuza den Caribe a haya holor tambe ta cambia
discipulonan com un
the lainy season tag to November
face area requiied to vapoiize and the Billings Montana refinery of di sangie y a landa bin na e lugar
tire com ta check gasoline di e auto
bids fair to get back in the running
onveit the heavy residual fi actions the Carter Oil Company an affiliate exacto unda e pisca tabata azeta otro fun
su awa puntonan
y
y
this
of crude oil The useful lighter products of JeiHey Standaid Another affiliate Ni pasamento di botonan di loods damental di opeiacion di auto year
much rain fell
Almost as during
lancha of di azeta ta
so pioduced aie withdrawn for the Esso Standaid dil Company tanqueionan
Asocia Sr Senchin ta R M
cu
the fust half of the month as fell
further piocessing Coke is formed in plans to install a 10000 barrels per bata spanta nan y nan a keda ciuza Maxwell donjo di Cential Garage
throughout October last and
the process Part of the ciiculating day Fluid Coking unit at its Baton bai y bini den awa purbando pa haya kende a pasa dos siman pa traha weather conditions indicate year the total
fluidized coke can be burned to Rouge lefinery un modo pa yega na e tonino moito
dobbel stuur auto di dos poita
e
pa fall well double that of October
Tin tabata asina may
oi a nan yega ceica
cuatro pasaheio
di teira cu tabata parce manera nan 1952
tabatin idea di subi Ta di promer na Aruba Sr Max In the fiist 16 days of this month
Ex Curagao Governors well a bisa munstrando e dos stuui
Ties homber cu tabata tira pisca 93 inches of lain were recoided by
nan di e auto e dos brakenan dos the Technical Seivice Department
un zuid di unda tonino ta
e
Lasi Descendant Dies poco pa pedal di clutch dos pedal di gasoline which has been keeping a check on
bata a worde avisa pa sail for di
dos switch dos boton di start
y y the weather since 1929 Last year 95
den awa Nan a waak e pisca morto
The last direct descendant of Peter turned a visit or answeied a telephone Sr Senchin lo sinta tras di e stuur inches fell during all of October
tira un vista aiiba e dos tibronnan
Stuyvesant one time governor of Cu call na banda drechi e studiante tras di The aveiage October lainfall the
landando a comenta Abo nan lo
rasao who went on to become the last Each day at noon dressed in a no haci ningun y danjo mas Nan ta esun robez Na principio Sr Senchin past 24 yeais has been 199 inches
Dutch governor of New Amsterdam high collared black suit he would go sigui landa rond di nos henter ora lo stuur mientias e studiante ta Simula The October lainfall had declined
died last month in New York for a walk Several times each week Eventualmente mientras operacion di stuur y pedalnan each year since 1949 while that of
tempo
Augustus van y Mas despues e studiante mes ta November which hit low
Eighty-three-year-old his chauffeur would drive him to St marea tabata haci nan trabao wrarda a new
Home Stuyvesant was buried in a Marks where he would wander about di tibionnan worde Pa stuur y ta pesey nos tin dos stuur of 89 inches in 1949 bounced back
e a compensa
-vault of St Marks-in-the-Bouwerie the church yard where he said he felt un momento cadaver di e tonino a Sr Senchin a splica E instructor por to 838 inches the next year and has
-which holds the bodies of Peter and at home coi biake hinca e clutch of tuma con lemained above two inches since
keda drief despues el a move algun
His passing trol di e auto ora ta necesario then
other Stuyvesants
SO His feeling for most of his forbears pia pa lamar y despues a desaparece
anarked the end of New Yorks proudest Stuur di e instructor ta traha mas These figures gave rise to the
became evident in his will which bao olanan
fuerte cu esun di e studiante asina cu that the is shif
First Family theoiy lainy season
directed that all portraits and miniatures
Unlike his swashbuckling sea faring el por tuma control di e auto mes ting fiom October November and
of members of the family be Lago Will Use
ancestor who was wounded and later ora si e studiante spanta December to November December
destroyed at his death
lost his leg after an attack on the Esso Water Mark Sr Maxwell a pioyecta adaptacion and January
then Portugese island of St Martin He had slight regard for the first di e Mercury cu lo wrorde usa pa sin
3Ir Stuyvesant one of the wealthiest Stuyvesant a West India Company When Lago has exhausted its ja opeiacion di un auto convencional
men in New York lived a captain who governed Curasao from existing stock of stationery it will y adaptacion di e Chrysler cual lo Simon Tromp
1634 to 1G44 and New Amsterdam Simon Tromp a mason helper
quiet lonely life start writing its letters on paper worde usa pa sinja operacion di auto
later New York from 1645 to 1665 B with over four years of service
friendship he lived alone which will bear an Esso rather nan cu transmision automatico
Spurning died the Hospital
Oct 13 at Lago
in a six story home with 10 servants Ironically the bulk of his estate than the paper manufacturers E manifoldo banda drechi di e
He 22 of
-who deliveied his food to an empty went to help the people who live in water mark Mercury a worde kita pa haya lugar A was native years of Aruba age and a resident
Toom and sometimes did not see him the area which once was the site of The Esso water mark was develop pa e di dos stuur y un aparato special of Nooid he was unmarried
Peter Stuyvesants farm Bouwerie ed by Standard Oil Company NJ cual Sr Maxwell tabata pre
for weeks his
and is survived by paients
His butler since 1920 an English He left close to 10000000 to St as an advertising and identification fera pa tene scondi a worde desig Funeral services weie held Oct 14
man named Ernest Vernon said We Lukes Hospital to build a free clinic device It is not expected the new na pa e dos aceleradornan at St Filomena Roman Catholic
-were complete strangers Mr Stuy for the poor of New Yorks lower mark will appear on Lago correspondence Trabao di Sr Maxwell a worde in Church at Paradera
vesant never replied to a letter re- East Side for eight or nine months specta y aproba door di poliz |
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
Oclober 23 1933
Shipyard Worker ^ X w 1
Retires Dec 1
After more than 20 years of service
in the Shipyaid Jan L Lampe
a boilermakcr B
will retire Dec 1
He will make his
home in Aiuba
Mr Lampe was
first employed in
June 1933 as a
first class mechanical
helper Three
ears later he be
ame a drydock
WE3i
nechanic C was
promoted to dry-
J L Lampe dock mechanic B
in 1942 and six yeais later was made
a boilermaker B
A WALL CLOCK and a pen and pencil set were presented by fellow
Shipyard workers to Eliphelet Arrindell who retired Oct 1 after more
than 21 j ears of sei vice He was honored at a retirement luncheon Sept 30 Aruba Europe Mail
i IN FRONT of the General Office Building Dr Jimenezs party arid
UN OLOSHI di muraya y un set di pen y potlood a woide presenta door Days Are Changed
guides look north toward the Cat Cracker and the other refinery units
di companjeionan di trabao na Eliphelet Arrindell kende a retira Oct 1
despues di mas cu 21 anja di peryicio El a worde honra durante un
DILANTI Oficina Mayor e grupo di Dr Jimenez y su acompanjantenan
comidafji xefiio Sept 30 Air mail bound fiom Aiuba to
( ta waak pa noid na Cat Cracker y otio plantanan den refineria
England and the Continent will leave
the island Monday Wednesday Fri
Two Employees Have Six Ideas Accepted day and Saturday instead of Tuesday OILOGRAfV
Thursday and Saturday it was announced
Ideas Arorth FIs 1335 earlier this month
Closing hours at the Esso Post
office will be
To 26 Suggestors During July Monday 730 am Wednesday
945 am Friday 945 am and
Saturday 730 am and 945 am
Lago profiting from 31 ideas accepted Jjy the Coin Your Ideas committee Closing hours at the San Nicolas
during July rewarded the suggestors with a total of FIs 1335 post office will be
The top award went to S Brathwaite committee coordination Monday 8 am Wednesday 11
employee who suggested that the number of tellers in committee elections am Friday 11 am and Satuiday
be reduced Mr Brathwaite also received awards totaling FIs 50 8 am and 11 am p 22 224 25 26 27
Closing hours at the Oranjestad
for two other accepted ideas
post office will be 2T29
32
Alex Hassell Tianspoitation Gioup Kp
employee took down a total of Lago Contributes Monday 10 am Wednesday 4
FIs 155 for three ideas which weie pm Friday 230 pm and Saturday 33 HBP 3Bl37
accepted A Branigan a Garage and F 1000 For Piano 10 am and 4 pm
Transportation employee was award 5nHl42
ed FIs 100 for his suggestion that a Whenever cultural interests are S 39HHU0
repair and greasing stand for motor involved we can always depend on
scooters be installed Lago was the way one Curasao Cuatro funcionando J3 4 BB45 46 ???
Other awaids went to newspaper led off its story on the
companys contribution of FIs 1000 Un Nobo A
Accounting Department to purchase a piano for the Aruba HHHW7 4HlBH49 50 51
W H Griffith FIs 30 Music School Consegui Park Board
Colony Sen ice Department
The Aruba Music School in operation
O Jacobus FIs 25
since July 1951 is sponsored by
N Allaid FIs 20 Cuatro miembro funcionando y un
the Culture Centre Aruba which in
nobo worde nombra termino di
Ind Rel Department a pa 56 57 53 H59
turn is partially financed by Stisusa Board
dos anja na Lago Sport Park
S Brathwaite FIs 350
Reduce No of tellers Election a Netherlands organization devoted durante un eleccion teni dia 14 15 y
A Hassell supplemental- FIs 75 to East promoting Indies culture in the West and 16 di October r Is 1 1 I
Discontinue use of company taxis for Di e 5742 empleadonan eligible y
The new piano will be used for
delivering tanker passenger manifests cu derecho di vota 4934 of 859 por
classes which will be conducted in
and personal shipment authorizations ciento a vota valido pa debolbe Juan uirls name rare .
the rebuilt
recently reception room 9 This oil drilling tool owes Its pre*
to Marine Office and Storehouse Briezen Mateo Reyes Andries Geerman
1 Another for the biggest consumer
of the St Aloisius school name sent effectiveness to the constant
y Robert E A Martin na e of petroleum products t competitive research going on In the
A Hassell FIs 50 board y eligiendo pa promer bez 4 City Oklahoma oil center Industry
9 To Capture 10 Activity
IR forms return transportation COMMITTEE Raymundo Q Kemp Sr Briezen un 12 Nickname of US President elected 11 American sturgeon
authorization family membeis empleado di Process Department a two years after Drake drilled the 16 Research born additive which Inhibits
A Hassell FIs 30 hanja 2G50 voto Sr Reyes un 13 Abreast first oil of well nautlcally knocking abbr and increases octane rating
S Brathwaite FIs 30 NOTES empleado di Mechanical Department 14 Eddie Cantors wife 18 Systeirs of rules
O Tiomp FIs 25 a hanja 1929 voto Sr Geerman un 15 The petroleum and Industry of Insures Its the 22 word of refusal
uniformity quality 23 Towards the stern of a vessel
A Reyes FIs 25 empleado di Accounting Department products through these 25 Act oT depleting
N Quandus FIs 20 FSAC a hanja 1810 voto Sr Martin antes 17 Petroleum powered vehicle which has 26 Suffix of disease names denoting a
J D Jamieson of is helped to revolutionize American condition of the blood
Cracking replacing
S Brathwaite FIs 20 presidente di e boaid y un empleado farming 27 Reply requested Abbreviation found
P G Teekens who is
Lago Police Dept acting di Mechanical Department a hanja 19 Wild plum esteemed as a beverage on formal Invitation
in a supervisory capacity flavoring 23 Told
A Ten Hove FIs 20 1565 voto 30 Farm structure used for storing 29 East Indian Language
During A Pamplins furlough
green fodder 31 Ornament for a watch
Marine Department* which ends Nov 13 J F Engle of 21 One of the two bones of the forearm 31 Kept vigil as with a sick friend uo words
N H Wong FIs 50 the Mechanical Department will be Maduro Honra 24 Mien an oil rush Is on every oil com 10 Circulating fluid essential to oil
pany has to compete as one of these well drilling
Marine piepaie Provident Fund & the leplacement Despues di 35 Anja 28 On French 39 River embankments often coated with
MNOPF contributions fund in 30 Not on petroleum asphalt
alphabetical older DRs Na Oficina di Belasting 32 Appears 41 Leave
G K Sealey of the Shipyard is 33 Bowlike curves 44 Backwards prefix
P Panneflek FIs 25 replacing B de Kort who is due back 35 The pipers son 46 A fascinating subject to the ladles
S Boekhoudt FIs 25 37 British slang a slacker or one who and vice versa
fiom vacation Nov 2 Casi 350 persona a reuni na club lives his wits
by 48 Prefix denoting the fl lght odlum--po-
P Panneflek supplemental FIs 20 H E Johnson of Cracking will be huis di Aruba Juniors dia 7 di October 38 PerTect ered and lubricated by petroleum products
B O Marquis FIs 20 40 Popular name for any kind of an Insect 50 A Creek
on vacation until January Constituents pa honra Jos Maduro kende a mountain ay thology say s the giants
42 What we have while sitting but lose It
heaped on Oljmpus to scale the heavens
Mechanical Department completa 35 anja den servicio di Go
may contact District Representatives when we stand up 51 Tidy
Administration in Departmental Group C biemo ariba e fecha ey 43 Eight out of nine wildcat wells Is one 52 Bounder
D B Richardson FIs 50 E D Tromp of Mechanical Gezaghebber Dr L C Kwartsz e 43 of Geological these structure associated lth 33 51 No Encountered longer young
Mech Safety Slips reporting Electrical will be on vacation until vocal principal na e celebracion a re salt which often yields nil 55 Published sales talks
mention 47 Part of the Iris 58 And French
to craft
supervisor Nov 17 Constituents may contact lata e carera gubernamental di Sr 49 English school
C R Bolah FIs 25 District Representatives in Departmental Maduro y a desea e un bida largo 32 Each of the thousands of oil compan
H Sukhdeo ies to st a In business must do this
Group B pasobra Aruba lo no sabi com haci
55 An herb whose seeds are used In lVNBSl00SMlp Of
Storehouse L B Kock of Mechanical Carpenter
sin su servicionan flavoring anlset Vl
oHq
M Hinds FIs 25 and Paint will be on vacation 50 Beverage brewed from malt and hops v s 3 oiMiT
C J der Brink di
van
ontvanger 57 Made a mistake
A I Heyliger FIs 25 from Oct 27 to Dec 30 He will be
belasting na Aruba a complimenta e 59 Mrs yartln Johnson
Col Maintenance J Maduro Insecticide popular form
replaced by CO
servicio pueblo di Sr Maduro
pa y Petroleum scientists measure these
J Freundel FIs 20 LCAC a presente un set di muebles di cas na 01 to Rive consumers better fuel oils I ii i I I T ii ii
Gar & Transp Simon Geerman of the Marine nomber di su companeronan di belasting 02 He Is also King Cole to Juke box
A Branigan FIs 100 Shipyard will be on vacation until fans v
Scooter stand for repair & greasing Dec G His replacement is A Kelly a i dTMwoTJBTy
J van der Schoot President di
- Garage of Cracking 1 Refinery units which more thaa double
Aruba Juniors a presenta Sr Maduro the yield of gasoline frco crude oil
M St Paul FIs 40 uTja a lJE MTHM
SPAC un horloge di muraja na nomber di e colloq
M St Paul FIs 25
N C Baptiste of Process Control club di cual e ta presidente honoraiio 2 Cains brother has effective
3 The oil industry an
Process Department stax ted a weeks vacation Oct 19 He Un figura deportista veteiano Sr program for conserving these
Acid & Edel will return Oct 26 Maduro ta tambe un miembro di di 4 They get cigars and neckties on v tttmw v j fllvBa8 ^
Fathers Day
W E Vlaun FIs 30 Juste de Vries of C & LE returns rectiva di Wilhelmina Stadion un 5 Siberian River
Cat & L E from vacation Oct 24 and will relieve oficial di Aruba Voetbal Bond y otro 0 Fishermen use these
W H Norris supplemental FIs 30 Pedio Mortis I organizacionnan atletico 7 West Indian Indies tribe formerly Inhabiting the Noumos wvaooiio
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s A RUB A ESSO NEWS October 23 1953
Cuba Captures
Amaieur Series
Defeating Venezuela in straight
games in a two-out-of three series
Cuba annexed its seventh Amateur
World Series championship at Ca
racas earlier this month Both
teams finished the iegular scries
schedule with identical records of
10 and 1 thereby necessitating the
deciding playoffs
Winning the final game 40
gave Cuba exactly half of the 14
World Series staged by the International
How Mr Spider Fooled Baseball Federation of Amateur
The Scheming Devil
NEW ARRIVALS
For some time Mr Spider lived like a rich man Every week he gave mmMi M
a big party at his home Servants walked up and down through the September 13
WILLIAMS Alfred G Shipyard A son
house Mrs Spider and all the nine children spiders were always dressed Richard George RAMONA ROMERO of Lucky Strike takes a healthy cut at the ball
in expensive clothes JOSCniA Rafael M Lake Fleet A son only to have it end up in the glove of Ida Abraham of Tropical Luther
Esebio Elegio Panthophlet is the umpire Tropical took the opening encounter 153
However things could not go on this way Many expenses and no September 14
CYRUS Randolph G Mech Yard
-
-
earnings are certain to empty the idea struck him He strolled to the A son Samuel Cailvin RAMONA ROMERO di Lucky Strike a tira e bala un balente palazo so-
richest treasury in a short time One SINT JAGO Bernaido M Lake Fleet lamente pa mirele baha den man di Ida Abraham di Tropical Luther
morning he noticed that the bottom nearest stoie and bought a sack of A son Allen Crecencio Panthophlet ta umpire Tropical a gana e promer encuentro 153
ELLIS Jacques E Commissary A
feathers and a bottle of glue Then he son
of his trunk was showing His money Pedro Roberto
roamed villages and foiests until he
was running out Mr Spider felt September 15
got on the head of an ox and the tail BRADSHAW Sandford A Light Oils Tropical Oranjestad
miserable At last he set out to the A son Hilary Erwin SERVICE AWARDS
of a horse The day before he was to
forests where he wandered for a long September 16
meet the devil he came home with six THOMAS George A Central Tool Room Store Win Ladies
what he should do
time thinking now
A son Roy Jr
dead chickens in bag
a
But behold nothing else but the devil DE CUBA Armando Mech Electrical Softball
to him Having all the material he needed A son 30 Year Buttons Openers
-appeared for his plan Mr Spider set to work September 17
Hello Mr Spider whats worry FORTUNO Edmond H P Mech Garage and Store
Tropical Oranjestad
He poured glue all over the body A son
ing you of his donkey Then he stuck the CAROLINA Hyacintho Mech Welding E V Miller Metal Trades opened the Ladies Softball League
Man replied Mr Spider I am A son with strong victories last week
feathers on the animals hide Next he BOEKHOUDT Concesion Cracking A son
in a terrible mess and I dont know tied the head of the ox to the head of October 2 20 Year Buttons Action at the Lago Sport Paik began
how to get out My funds aie running the donkey The tail of the horse was MC A INTOSH daughter Bryan Glenda- Josephine Lago Police Oct 14 with Tiopical easily defeating
to the end and I am a man that likes tied to the tail of the donkey JAVOIS Clement A Mason & Insu A Hermanus F Couzy TSD Laboratoiy Lucky Strike 153 The second game
luxury parties dances you know After this operation was pei formed daughter Diana Marie Judith Apolinario Noquera Garage of the league saw Oianjestad Store
Well if that is the trouble my October 3 Arthur L Eves Marine Dept topple Amstel 113
in the chickens
Mr Spider brought PENA Antonio G Mason & Insul
friend replied the devil I can help which were already in a state of A daughter Candida Teresita Bruno A Lampe Garage Tiopical opened its encounter with
HEYLIGER George L Mech Garage Placido Schaarbaai Stiike with in the
Lucky eight runs
you decay and threw them in a corner of A son Nathaniel Jervil
Ill be glad if you would the room October 4 Mason & Insulators bottom half of the first The winners
KOCK Casper N Mech Paint A daugh Romualdo Bremo added to their the
Hre is a flute said the devil Shortly after Mr Spider finished ter Livia Rosinda scoie thioughout
Whenever you need something you the devil arrived STOKES Robert H G Lago Commissary Mason & Insulators game while Lucky Strike was held
A son Elson Daniel Robert V Schlageter Public Rel scoreless until the last inning Oranjestad
just blow the flute and youll get
How long have I been on earth DE FREITAS Carlos Cat & L Ends
whatever you want There is one condition Mr Spider he asked A daughter Sandra Ingrid Mary Juan Hcnriquez Shipyaid Stoie and Amstel each scoied
however After two weeks Ill WEVER Juan P Mech Machine Shop Feliciano Kock Shipyaid thie runs in the first That was all
Mr Spider was dazed His eyes A daughter Maiia Francisca
ome back and then you will have to were rolling around his head and he EVERTS Alaiico Cracking A son Eric Antonio Rasmijn Shipyaid for Amstel but not Oranjestad Store
Fianciscus Ignacio Kock Commissary The Oianjestad team added to its
tell me how long I have been on earth almost changed color October 5
If you are able to do so everything How about having a look in this HICKS Carl W Lago Commissary A son Victor Fortin Commissary scoie in successive innings and
Edwin Rudolph finished with three more in the
will remain including the
yours room first Mr Spider suggested SOLOGNIER Clemente WS Commissary
magic flute If you cant tell me how Whats in there inquiied the A daughter Eimita Linda 10 Year Buttons bottom half of the sixth
TURTON Harry A Public Relations Eight teams make the league
I have been earth will up
long on
you wide
devil and he pushed the door A
daughter Leslie Monroe
Matthias Belfon Garage
be out of luck and when you die I will optn An irrisistible scent came out of BRIEZEN Juan Cat & L Ends A son Sixto Franken Instrument Four are playing in the Esso Division
Edwin Efrain and four in the Division It
drag to hell Accepted Alfred C Butts Machinist Lago
you the The donkey frightened
room
BOEKHOUDT Augustin Mech Metal Constantine Office Adm
Arthur J
will be round robin play with the two
Beaming with joy Mr Spider staited to balk The devil stunned by Tiades A son Raymundo Paulus Geerman Yard
CROES Maicial TSD Lab 1 A daughter Erwin Dublin Marine Office division winners meeting in a play
agreed to the terms without thinking the unpleasant odor stepped back and
Vilma Telomena Clarice P de Vries Marine Office off for the championship The final
that he would never be in a position said What a horrible smell Never October 6 Marius D Richardson Marine Office
CROES Nibio Laundry A daughter Marine Office two-out-of-thiee playoffs will be held
Mercedes Beaujon
to tell the devils He took in the 80 I have been on earth
age possession years Marie Catharina David Charles Marine Launches Nov 25 and 27 and if necessary
of the flute and gladly started have I smelled such an odor or seen WOLTER Julio V Lago Police A daugh Elebert S Blyden Laundry
ter Sandra Maria Trans Hernandez Laundry Dec 2
his home such animal
way an BOASMAN Roland C Mech Yard
Alstan M Andrew Commissary The competing teams in addition
A period of pleasure dances receptions Mr Spider almost lost his wits A daughter Yvonne Brenetta Alex A S Hassell Transportaiton Group
HARTOGH Albeit A TSD Lab 1 Bertrand J A Rovelet Catalytic to the four that have already played
and luncheons started for from joy He had the devils secret
our A daughter Miriam Jannet Freitas
Joseph L de Catalytic are Baluarte Queen Anne Z H B
-friend As the days passed and the I repeat the question Mr Spider ASHLIN Laurence R Shipyard A son Sebert S Nesfield Catalytic
and Aruba Jrs
Richard David
Nunes Cracking
lay of the rendezvous with the devil how long have I been earth Francis P
on October 7 Matthew John Rec & Shipping All games will be played at the
drew nearer Mr Spider became up Eighty years yelled Mr Spider BRYSON William A Mech Carpenter A Edward M Marteny Utilities Engineering
Park at 8
Spoit beginning
daughter Ruth Eloisine Vincent C Fuller Colony Seivicc pm
set He scolded his nine children The devil leceived his second surprise GROENEVELD Joseph Lago Police
bawled out his wife and at night he Dejectedly he said You are A daughter Rozella Josepha
JACKSON Samuel Mason
& Insul
yelled in his sleep Now he fully re the first man to guess may age You A son Cleophus -Wallace
alized the seriousness of the situation may keep everything KOCK Eugenio Shipyard A daughter
Lourdes Tilomena
be was in And away he walked while Mr
October 8
One day while sitting on the porch Spiders kids chuckled about their MADURO Agustin Mech Pipe A daugh
-with a gloomy look on his face an fathers shrewdness ter Geraldine Maria
October 9
JANSON George A Instrument A daugh
ter Deborah Claire
PELLEGRIM Alejandro N LOF A son
Charles Pierre
October 10
wtiVLK r rancisco u JViech 1ipe A son
Carlos Ricardo
GUMBS George Drydock A daughter
Cynthia Dolores
October 11
LO TO SANG Teidinand R Electrical
A daughter Linda Carla
WEVER Luciano Rec & Shipp
A daughter Rita Maria
ABRAHAMSZ Ronald H Accounting
A son Ronald George Rick Hedges
MC MILLAN Edmund W Mech Garage
A daughter lima Leslie
ilwHll RIDDERSTAAT Jacobo Shipyard
-Yffc A daughter Tiancisco Ludwina
October 12
SUTHERLAND James L LOF A
son
PtPCiXWy rVWE NOT AL Lennox Roy fjfe miij aflfl I V r9tfi i mk T B t rH Vt JflflM
VINT Robert H Col Service A
daugh
WAYS CONSTRUCTS P THElP ter Nancy Norris
MODERN TYPE HOMES ATONE LOVELL Herman A Cracking A son
Frederick Edison
TIME THEY WDE ONLY SIMPLE October 13
H0LE5 IN THE BANKS OFSTREAMS ORMAN Leonardo Shipyard A son
Erwin Tranklin
CROES Benito Storehouse A son Nelson
t Eduardo KEEPING the library in Lago High School a place of constant interest
DE rARIA Marcehna II Industrial Rela
* tions A son Kieth Henry- is the task of these young ladies The youthful librarians under the
mmmm XJWi TOUSSAINT Hugh C Mech Paint supervision of faculty member Miss Dorothy Joseph front row right
A daughter Madeleine Yvanette are shown with their latest display of new books It is with presenta
HMBgtMimSEmf South AMrRicA VROOLIJK Leoncio October- Storehouse 15 A son tions such as this that they keep other students informed of the latest
ffjHjjzyyyPMR WA5 ABOUT 10 OCO NOEL Kenneth Lago Commissary reading material available They are left to right fiont row Nan
fHE KINDS OF A daughter Edge Patti Pakozdi Nancy Koopman and Mitzie Jackson back row
5UAPE Qmv2tL fSUTTEP FUES WERNERS A daughter Herman Margo A Marlijn- Esso Dining Hall Christina Hoglund Eleanor Meisenheimer Marijke Sonneveldt Martha
tSzdiSBLds NORTH AMERICA Sue Llovd Piiscilla Mathieson Aileen McReynoIds and Fredri Huising
Known as
0NLYAROIJT7OOI JZ00rr .
BUFF GOT E IIOBEN bibliotecaiianan bao di supervision di e miembro di poder
ITS NAM E w JiAw Schedule o Paydays Srta Dorothy Joseph piome careda man drechi ta munstra cu nan
FROM BUFF ultimo exhibicion di boekinan nobo Ta cu presentacionnan manera esaki
LEATHER -LXS ilsK Semi Monthly Payroll cu nan ta tene otro studiantenan al coiiente di e ultimo materialnan di
WHICH WAS FM Oct 10 31 Monday Nov J Iectura obteniblc Nan ta di robez pa drechi pronie careda Nan Edge
AVAOE OF MoP THAN A THOUSAND WnDS OF Pattie Pakozdi Nancy Koopman y Mitzie Jackson caieda patras
BUFFALO HIDE 5TAF15HE5 ACE KNOWN TO MAN Monthly Payroll Chiistina Hoglund Eleanor Meisenheimer Marijke Sonneveldt Martha
Oct 1 31 Tuesday Nov 10 Sue Llojd Priscilla Mathieson Aileen McKeynoIds y Fredri Huising