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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:
November 20, 1953
Frequency:
biweekly
regular
Language:
English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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Text in English and papiamento.
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Cover title.

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EACH YEAR at_ this
ve, high-riding ships sail into
Nicolas harbor, load up with
Lago

time



mas.
San
various products and sail
away showing a gaping rectangu-
the stern. These are the
which will spend the
next months in the South
Atlantic in pursuit of whales. The
first of a about
this hist which

Lago 1 ars on

Page 5.



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five

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PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD.

VOL. 14, No. 24

U.S. Investor Would Build, Operate

Island Council Okays Study
Of Hotel Finance Proposal

The Aruba Island Council last week authorized the government to
investigate the possibility of borrowing Fls. 4,000,000 to help con-
struct a 200-room hotel at Palm Beach.

The council approved the investigation after Irving Kipnis, a United
States hotel owner, offered to put up an additional Fls. 3,000,000 in

exchange for the right to operate the
hotel.
Tentative

nis’ proposal came afte

of Mr.
the

Kip-

council

acceptance







had considered three other plans
designed te in Aruba a ure of
the booming Caribbean tourist trade.

No eement between the island





government and the American fi
cier, who reputedly holds intercs
361 hotels, has been
Kipnis has not committed himse

hotel in Aruba
on the other hand,
ept his



inves in

ing
; :
d council,

to

ion of a







not agreed propos

ie
isla



n¢

Comp! contract, an

official said, will depend upon furthe1



tiations.



vlier this year Mr. Kipnis toured

Caribbean in search of a site for
luxury hotel which could attract
nth and South American tourists.
isited Aruba, Palm
and later repre-
Aruba top

the




He

Beach

inspected
island
at the

told





is of



chieved,
,000,000

agreement could be a
é he would put Fls.
”on the table” and complete
tion of the hotel within
return he asked for:

Peas
4,000,000 to be secured by
» on the hotel.



he said,





loan

Fs.

of

a 25-ye

government









free, exclusive gambling
casino license for 10 ycars.
A free liquor license for 10
4. A 10-year tax exemption.



5. Simplification of tourist regu-





o restriction on the withdra-
wal of foreign currencies or credits.











| their





7. The right to employ foreign
architects, engineers and construction
personnel and to import building
materials and furnishings

é The island to provide the site,
utilities and roads.

9. Action on th proposal by

Nov. 12.
(Continued on page 2)

Marian Anderson's
Sport Park Concert
To Be Held Nov.

A 60-minute program of ¢
folk be
free of charge the night of
at the Lago Sport Park by
Anderson, th fore-

21

ical,



will

operatic and music
offered
Nov. 21
Marian
most contralto.

Miss Anderson,

of Queen Elizz



world’s

touring in honor

visit to the C.






ribbean, will appear at 8 p.m. Her
“ ill be sponsored by the Lago
port Park Board.
She will sing from a platform to

situated before the park’s grand-

stand and from within a_ specially

constructed ’’shell’’.

The audience will be accommodated
the

be



bleachers.
Standing room will be ilable onl
along the spectator fences. Spectators
will not be permitted on the playing
field surface.
At 8 p.m. No
nt a s seg
» Club which will be open
to members, associate members and

guests.

in grandstand and

AV





>



fiss Anderson





concert



A CONTRACT for the construction of an addition to Laboratories 2
and 3 to house Laboratory 1 was signed Noy. 16 by Lago and the Aruba
Construction Co. The reinforced concrete structure — part one-story,
part two-story — will join the west side of Laboratory 3. It is scheduled
to be completed in September, 1954, to accommodate Oil Testing and

Knock Labor
tional facilit





tory operations. Estimated cost of the building and addi-
is FIs. 660,000. Shown (left to right) are M. Hammers,

H. Timmer, Lago General Manager O. S. Mingus and P. Wurtz.

UN CONTRACT pa construccion di un adicion na Laboratorio 2 y 3 pa

inclui Laboratorio 1 a worde firma Noy. 16 door di Lago yi
maatschappij. E structura di concreto reinforza — un parti di un pi
e otro di dos — lo uni na e parti pabao di Laboratorio 3. Fecha anticip.
di completacion ta September 1954.



a Bouw-
50,







E edificio lo acomoda Oil Testing y

Knock Laboratory. Costo calculd di e edificio y facilidadnan adicional

ta Fls.

660,000.





Antilles Newsmen.
Inspect Refinery

On "Press Day”

The public — through the repre- |
jsentatives of 12 outlets |
became better acquainted with one of
the Netherlands Antilles’ principal
industries Nov. 20 when 19 publish-
ers, and reporters gathered |
for Lago’s first ’Press ae

In a nine-hour visit to the world’s |
largest refinery now in_ operation, |
the newsmen were given an opportu- |
nity to inspect the plant, meet the
people who supervise it, listen to |
their explanation of the company’s |
operations and plans for the future |
and question them on Lago’s place
within the petroleum industry



news





editors











Representing 11 newspapers in
Curacao and Aruba plus a_ radio
ation and a press. service, the

group was welcomed at the Reception
Center and then moved to the General
Office Building.

There the visitors listened to — and
questioned — General Manager O. S.
Mingus who served as the conference
sader; General Superintendent F. E.
ffin who reviewed the company’:
|operation and C. F. Smith, supe
tendent of the Service and Stz
Departments, who spoke on employc«









relations.



Following the two-hour conference,
the toured the refinery
with special stops at the Storehouse,
Main Accounting machine
room and Cat Plant.

Lunch was served at the Esso Club
where William C. Hochstuhl, Jr., edi-
tor of the Aruba Esso News, spoke
on the company’s itions with the
press. After lunch the visitors toured

newsmen

Shops,



(Continued on page 2)

Extra Contribution To Thrift

Plans Declared

Over 7700 employees who participate in the Lago Thrift Foundation, |
Overseas Thrift Plan and Officers Provident Fund will benefit from
the company’s extra contribution that was announced this week. Over

+ Fls. 3,250,000 will be shared by the participants in amounts that vary
according to how much each employee has put into his thrift plan sav-



ings himself during the past year.
This Fls. 3,250,000 is in addition to
the amounts contributed each pay

period by the company to each pz
| ticipants thrift account.



The largest number of employees
who will benefit from the extra con-
tributions are in the Thrift
Foundation where 6828 receive



Lago

will



f the additional credits.

Each employee who is in the p!an
| (and that is over 99 per cent of those
eligible) will have credited to his
thrift account a fixed sum of Fls. 25
plus 65 cents for each guilder he
|contributed to the plan during the
| past year.






as

| For example, a man making
| Fls. 400 a month, with 10 per cent
}of his pay going into the plan, has
contributed Fls. 480 in sar, At
the same time the company’s regular

a












contribution of three per cent has
added Fls. 144 to this employee's
savings during that time. Now,
an additional company contribution,
this man gets 65 cents for each
guilder he contributed, or 312, plus
|the I fixed sum, or Fls.
|Added to the regular monthly
amounts, this maken a

Fls. 481 that the company h
to his sav over the past ye

Both refinery and marine personnel
| benefit by the distribution of these








November 20, 19:



na e tempo aki,

CADA ANJA
bapornan masivo y halto ta drenta
haaf di San Nicolas, carga vario.
di bolbe

munstrando un kibra grandi pa-

productonan Lago sali
tras. Esalkinan ta e factoricnan cu
lo pasa e proximo cinco luna den
Sur Atlantico ca na. Di
di di dos parti

tocante e



1



lo bayc

promer un ser

industria historico aki,
den cual Lago ta hunaga un parti,

ta aparece ariba pagina 5.





LT. GOV. Dr. L. C. Kwartsz (left) extends his congratulations to Lago
Police Chief G. B. Brook on publication of a booklet, "Guide To Safe

Driving,

which Lago is making available to motorists.

Chief Brook



presentcd the first 50 copies of the booklet to Dr. Kwartsz.

GEZAGHEBBER Dr. L. C. Kwartsz

(banda robez) ta duna su felicita-

cion na Hefe di Lago Police G. B. Brook pa publicacion di e buki, ”’Guide

To Safe Driving,
Brook a



presenta e prome 50 copy di e

cual Lago ta duna hendenan cu ta sinja stuur. Hefe

bukinan na Dr. Kwartsz.

Promoting Highway Safety

"Safe Driving’ Guide Ready
For Motorists In Aruba

A booklet entitled "Guide To Safe Driving,” designed to aid moto-

rists and promote highway safety
the Lago Police Department.



By Lago

. = |
. The plan gives employees a








credits
means of saving x larly, and at the
same time substantially inere



their savings by the amounts added
by the company.

Kellogg ta Empleando
Personal pa Proyecto
Di Construccion

Kellogg Pan American Corporation,
un iado di M. W. Kellogg Com-
pany di Estados Unidos, actualmente |



ta empleando personal pa_ varios |
proyecto di construccion pa Lago.
Un 200 trahador di construccion lo

worde emplea door di Kellogg pa cu-|
minza traha den futuro ce
Un trabao di construccion cu Kellog |



ano,



lo haci ta consisti di algun cambio
den Cracking Coils No. 9 y 10 cual lo





resulta cu productonan di calidad ma:
halto por worde refina for di locual
nan ta worde traha



awor.

Dos otro trabaonan — cada uno
dependiente di otro — ta worde
ma "Sulphur Removal Facilit



Azufre) y Planta di
pa Saca Azufre lo
na e lugar unda e



construi

worde



(Continua na pagina 2)



in Aruba, has been prepared for

Carrying an endorsement by Dr. L.
C. Kwartsz, lieutenant-governor of
Aruba, the booklet explains:

1. The international symbols used

to mark the island’s roads.

2. Recently-revised traffic regula-
tions.

Traffic rules within the Lago

concession.

4. Motor vehicle inspection requi-
rements.

5. Examples of questions posed by

driver’s license examiners

The method of securing a

driver’s license and motor

vehicle registration.

In the back of the booklet, in color,
are examples of all Aruba road signs
plus a picture demonstration of
traffic officers’ signals. Liberally il-
lustrated with photographs and car-
toons, the booklet also contains an
explanation of vehicular stopping dis-
tance at various speeds and other
data pertinent to safe driving.

In his endorsement Gov. Kwartsz
pointed out that "Many traffic rules
are based on common courtesy and
many are designed to prevent acci-
dents that could be fatal. Aruba’s
drivers are urged to study the traffic
regulations and obey them.”

Copies of the booklet are available
from Esso dealers throughout the
island. Future motorists and new-
comers to the island may obtain co-
pies at the Lago Police Department.
The booklet was prepared by Lago’s
Public Relations Department in con-
junction with the LPD and Aruba
police officials.

oo









The first 50 copies of the booklet
were presented to Dr. Kwartsz by
Lago Police Chief G. B. Brook. In

expressing his thanks, the lieutenant
governor said Lago’s efforts to im-
highway become in-
ingly important as cars become
ter and more powerful.”





safe






nN



Aruba GssONEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS

WEST IN
Pi





"Guide To Safe Driving” Cla,

|hired by Kellogg to start work in|

DIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO
ed by the Curagaosche Courant, Curagao, N.W

LTpD.







Pa Motoristanan di Aruba

Un buki titula "Guide To Safe Driving,” designa pa yuda motorista- | t#ken by Kellogg will consist of some

nan y promove seguridad ariba camina na Aruba, a worde prepara

door di Lago Police Department.

Conteniendo un introduccion di Dr. L. C. Kwartsz, Gezaghebber di

Aruba, e buki ta splica:

1. Borchinan internacional
rea caminanan di Aruba.

2. Reglanan di trafico revisé re-
cientemente.

8. Reglanan di trafico den
cesion di Lago.

4, Requerimentonan di inspeccion
pa vehiculonan di motor.

5. Muestra di preguntanan pa pa-
sa examen di chauffeur.
6. E metodo pa obtene un rijbe-
y registracion di vehiculo di mo-

cu ta
mz



con-



tor.

Patras den e buki, den color, tin
ehemplar di tur borchinan di trafico
na Aruba y ademas un demonstracion
di senjalnan cu dirigidornan di tra-
fico ta duna. Ilustra liberalmente cu
retrato y pintura, e buki ta contene
tambe un splicacion di distancia cu
un vehiculo ta tuma pa para na va-
rios velocidad y otro informacion per-
teneciente na seguridad di trafico.

Den su_ introduccion Gobernador
Kwartsz ta splica cu "Hopi reglanan
di trafico ta basa ariba cortesia co-
mun y hopi ta designa pa preveni
desgracia cu por ta fatal. Chauffeur-
nan na Aruba ta worde suplica pa
studia reglanan di trafico y obedece
nan.”

Hendenan cu ta sinja corre auto of
cu yega nobo na e isla por obtene copia
di e buki na oficina di LPD y agen-
tenan di Esso den henter e isla. E
buki tabata prepara door di Departa-
mento di Relaciones Publicas di Lago
en cooperacion cu LPD y oficialnan
di poliz na Aruba.



"Press Day”

(Continued from page 1)

Lago Hospital and the Lago Voca-
tional School.

Represented at the "Press Day”
were, from Curacao, Today,” the
English and Spanish editions of "La
Prensa,” "Amigoe di Curacao,”
”’Beurs and Nieuwsberichten,” ’’Week-
blad Curagao,” "La Union,” ”La
Cruz,” the ”Aneta” press association
and the ’Curom” radio station.

The "Arubaanse Courant,” ”The
Local,” "The News” and ”Chuchubi”
were the Aruba publications repre-
sented.





)lo

Lago ta Declara
Contribucion Extra

Den Thrift Plan

Mas cu 7700 empleado cu ta parti-
cipa den Lago Thrift Foundation,
Overseas Thrift Plan y Officers Pro-
vident Fund lo recibi beneficio di
contribucionnan extra di Compania cu
worde anuncid seman pasa. Mas
cu Fls. 3,250,000 lo worde parti entra
participantenan, den sumanan
riable dependiendo ariba cuanto cada

a



va-





empleado mes a contribui den su
thrift plan durante ana pasa. E
Fls. 3,250,000 aki ta en adicion na e



sumanan cu ta worde contribui cada
periodo di pago door di Compania na
credito di cada participante.

E cantidad mas grandi di emplea-
donan cu lo recibi beneficio di e con-
tribucionnan extra ta den Lago Thrift
Foundation den cual 6828 miembro lo
recibi credito adicional.

Cada empleado cu ta participa den





e plan (e esey ta mas cu 99 pon
ciento di esnan eligibel) lo recibi un
suma fiho di Fls. 25 y ademas 65

cents pa cada florin cu el a contribui
den e plan durante ana pasa.

Por ehemplo, un homber cu ta gana
Fis. 400 pa luna y cu ta contribui
diez por ciento di su pago den e plan,
lo a contribui Fls. 480 den un ana.
Na mes un tempo contribucionnan re-
gular di Compania di tres por ciento
agrega Fls. 144 na reserva di





a

|tal empleado. Awor, como un contri-

BEAUTIFUL costumes held the limelight at the Lago Club Oct. 31. The

bucion adicional di Compania, e
empleado aki ta recibi 65 cents pa
cada florin cu el a contribui, esta 312,
ademas e Fils. 25 fiho, of total
Fls. 337. Conta hunto cu contribu-
cionnan regular mensual di Compa-
nia, esaki ta aleanza un total di
Fls. 481 cu Compania a agrega na
reserva di tal empleado durante ana
pa





Ae

Tanto empleadonan di refineria co-
mo di marina ta recibi beneficio di
distribucion di tal creditonan. E plan
ta duna empleadonan un medio pa
spaar regularmente, y na mes tempo
esaki ta aumenta nan reserva con-
siderablemente pa medio di e suma-
nan cu Compania ta agrega.













costumed young men and ladies shown were judged to have worn the
most outstanding garb at the dance for members and guests of the
Nurses’ Glee Club.

BISTIRNAN bunita tabata na cantidad na Lago Club Oct. 31. E joven-

nan munstra aki a worde juzga di a bisti e bistirnan mas

sobresaliente



na e baile pa miembro y huespednan di Glee Club.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Kellogg Organizing |
lForces For Lago
‘Construction Projects

|
| Kellogg Pan American Corporation, |
jan affiliate of M. W. Kellogg Com-|
| pany of the United States, is pre-
sently organizing forces for
construction projects for Lago. Some
200 construction workers will be

several

the future.
| One construction job to be under-

near



changes in N and 10 Cracking
Coils which will permit the produc-
tion of higher quality products from
the present feed ste

Two other jobs — *h dependent
on the other — called the Sulphur
Removal Facilities and the Sulphur
















Unit will be located in the Acid Plant
jarea. Using hydrogen sulphide from
the Sulpher Removal Facilities, this
new unit will produce elemental
sulphur similar to that now imported
|from the United States. The sulphur |
produced will then be converted to}
sulphuric acid in Lago’s present Acid |
Plant. It is expected that the sulphur
produced in the new unit will make
| Lago entially self-sufficient in
| this product.



e



Concert di Marian

Anderson Pa
‘Nov. 21 den Sport Park

Un programa di 60 minuto di mu-



sica clasica, di opera y musica popu-
lar lo worde ofreci gratis e anochi di
November 21 na Lago Sport Park |
}canta pa Marian Anderson, e
| tralto sobre: > di mundo.
Srta. Anderson, kende ta haciendo
excursion na honor di Reina Eliz
beth su bishita na Territorio di Cz





con-







cert lo ta bao auspicio di Junta di |
Lago Sport Park. |
El lo canta for di un plataforma
situa dilanti di e tribuna principal y
for di un lugar encerra cu ta designa
pa evita uso di microfoon.
E audiencia lo worde acomoda den







e tribuna principal y tribuna regular.
Lugar pa para lo ta disponibel sola-
| mente na canto di e linja pa mirones.
| Publico no ta permiti pa bai ariba e
| veld di hunga.

Pa 8 p.m. Noy. 22 Srta. Anderson
Club



lo presenta un con na
pa cual asiento mester worde res¢
y miembronan, miembronan asocia y
in invitadonan ta admiti.





Ing
ne

'Ganadornan di Beca
A Haya Bon Punto
Pa Promer Periodo

Patricio Ras Marciano Angela, |
| ganadornan di beca di estudio di Lago
| Vocational School pa 1953, a mantene |
e puntonan halto di mas cu 80 me
cos cu e ganadornan anterior di be
school cu nan ta atende
lvania.






a
na





a na LYS, Marciano a}
reporta cu el a haya 80 pa physica,
83 pa historia, 90 pa conducta, 90 pa
Ingles, 94 pa Algebra, 95 pa Mate-
96 pa educacion



matico general y
physico

Patri
historia, 85 pa educacion ph
gebra y 88 pa
90 pa conducta y quimica,

Marciano a bisa cu el y Patricio a
costuma caba na school y cu "tur cos
ta bai r a Nan tin algun
amigo, el a bisa, nan a cria interes
den futbol y algun otro deporte Ame-
ricano y nan a bira fanatico di tele-

a bisa, a haya 80 pa
ys

Ingles

0, el



al-
y



20,

geometria,



bon.”






vision.
E muchanan a mira nieve cai pa

|di promer biaha y Marciano a bisa,

"mi ta a desea pa ve por a keda



| Unit. The Sulpher Removal ili-
| ties will be constructed on the s of | §
the old Hydro Plant located in the |
Catalytic & Light Ends a This |
unit will remove hydrogen sulphide
from refine gases. The Sulphur|

ribe, lo cuminza canta 8 p.m. Su con- | ~



FIVE area busine

November 20, 1





ssmen appeared earlier this month before the Human

Relations Discussion Group sponsored by the Industrial Relations De-

partment of Lago. Principal speaker at the eve
(second from right) managing director of KLM

A
sentatiy
Antilles;





Frederik Bauer, KLM

nt was Marien Koster
West Indies Division.




© appearing were (left to right) Olphert Kuyn, KLM sales repre-
‘ representative
Godfried Eman, director of

in the Netherlands

Eman Trading and Andriaan

Pauw, head of KLM’s commercial department in the Netherlands,

CINCO comerciante di e area aki a aparece mas tempran e luna aki
dilanti Human Relations Discussion Group bao auspicio di Departamento
di Relaciones Industrial di Lago. Orador principal di e evento tabata
Marien Koster (segunda na banda drechi) director di Division di West
India di KLM. Tambe oficiando tabata (robez pa drechi) Olphert Kuyn,
representante di ventas di KLM. Frederik Bauer, representante di KLM

den Antillas Holandes, Godfried Eman, director di Eman Trading y

An-

driaan Pauw, hefe di departamento comercial di KLM na Holanda.

KLM Official Gis Airline’s

Executive Development Plan

Marien Koster, managing director of the Royal Dutch Airlines’ West

| Indies Division, brought forth aspects of employee relations within

KLM’s world-wide enterprise at a meeting of the Industrial Relations’
Human Relations Discussion Group Nov. 10.

Mr. Koster pointed out that high




Kellogg ta Usa
200 Trahador

(Continua di pagina 1)

| Hydro Plant bieuw tabata situa den
bicindario di Catalytic & Light E
E planta aki lo saca "hydrogen sul-



ds.





phide” for di snan di refine E
Planta di Azufre lo worde traha den
cercania di Acid Plant. sando



"hydrogen sulphide” di e Planta pa



Saca Azufre,” e planta nobo aki lo
| produci azufre elemental casi mescos
{ecu e azufre cu ta worde importa



awor for di Estados Unidos izufre
produci lo worde converti na
sulfurico den e Acid Plant actual di
Lago. Ta worde spera cu e ufre
produci den e planta nobo lo haci cu|
Lago mes lo tin e cantidad esencial
| di e producto aki.



do







Hotel Loan Study

(Continued from page 1)

In order to meet the deadline the |
island council met Nov. 10 and}
approved the loan study. The govern-
ment indicated, however, that com-
pletion of a contrz
dent upon negotiation of Mr. Kipnis
requirements.

Approval of the investigation w
the first step toward authoriz
the government to borrow





t would be depen-





the |









eai te cuatro of cinco pia halto.’’ Du-
}rante fin di siman tin ora nan ta bai
na e camina den sero cu ta propiedad
di Sr. y Sra. Frank
| kende nan ta keda. Tambe nan a hz
algun excursion educacional cu Allen-
town High School.



Forgan, cet









|club, tennis courts and other reerea- |
|tion’ facilities. ‘The building would|
|house, in addition to guest rooms, a]
le auditorium and
dining and a




solarium,
night

no,
ral
| club.

rooms



ja
| pilots, he told the group of about 40

Fls. 4,000,000, The government would | |
in turn loan the money to Mr. Kipnis, | .

! November 1 - 30

on the list of activities in the KLM
organization is executive development
and training. He emphasized this
point by stating that KLM’s practice
is to have each employee know about

"the other fellow’s job. We follow
this approach,” he said, "because we
feel our employees can work with

each other better if they realize the
aspects of the other man’s job.”

He mentioned that KLM’s qualifi-
cations are very high in their attempt
to get the best
Language is a big factor as is mental,

personnel possible.

emotional and social maturity in
flying personnel.
Speaking of KLM’s stewardesses,



Mr. Koster told the group that during
initial interviews with candidates the
reviewing board will speak French,
German, English and Dutch — slip-
ping from one to the other testing the
candidate’s ability with langua If
accepted, the future stewardes S
take a three month training course.
They then are put on short domestic
flights and gradually graduate to
flights that have luncheon and dinne1
rvice. When the
satisfactorily completed these flights,
she is then ready to handle any a
signment from short to long over-
water flights.

Mr. Koster stated that physical fit-
is a very important factor in
flight personnel. The world’s oldest
airline has programs set up to keep
flight personnel’s physical fitness at
high standard. Speaking of the









stewardess has



ness



that all KLM’s men are not Dutch.
KLM employs English and American
pilots and personnel from the areas



>| in which it operate:



Attending the ion with Mr.
Koster were Olphert Kuyn, KLM
itative; Frederik Bauer,



taking a mortgage on the hotel sntative in the Nethe

cores ae Shoe veut ze lands Antilles; Godfried Eman, direc-

WS Made with interest, within 25/ to) of Eman Trading Company and

ee . inate enected | Andriaan Pauw, head of KLM’s com-

Paap E CT tan : Pei see a mercial department in the Nether-
’ Pea tes ~~ % + | lands.

swimming pool, cabanas or beach oes

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll

November 1-15 Monday, Nov.
Mont Payroll

Wednesday,





Dec.





November 20, 1953



“But You Have To Try”



Heroic Rescue Of “Rotterdam
Crew Member Is In Vain

De

The "Esso Rotterdam” arrived at San Nicolas harbor Nov. 14 with |
her flag at half staff in memory of a crew member who fell overboard
at sea, was plucked an hour later from a raging swell but who died
despite the heroic efforts of the men who rescued him.

His rescue, in which the Rotterdam” lost a lifeboat to the towering

seas, was an outstanding piece of sea-
manship on the part of Capt. Hendrik
Schol and the crew of whom Capt.
Schol said, "They couldn’t have done
better on a man-of-war.”

The eight-to-four watch of the
Rotterdam” had been at breakfast
only a few minutes the morning of
Nov. 4 when 2 crew member noticed
that T. J.
sing from his regular place.

Someone remembered seeing him on
deck shortly after the watch was
awakened at 7 a.m. When a search of
the ship failed to locate Doane, Capt.
Schol was notified and he ordered the
ship put about at 7:45.

The Rotterdam” had left Holland
Nov. bound for Aruba and was
running, according to the captain,
through "confused, west and north-
west swells 10 to 15 feet high” when
the ship turned around and retraced
its course.

"We had four in the crow’s
nest,” Capt. Schol related, "and had
steamed about 25 minutes — close to
six miles — when the first officer,
Maynard C, van der Vliet, spotted the
man from the bridge.”

Mr. Doane, the captain said, was
thrashing about in the tossing swells,
calling and flailing his arms in the
ter. As the captain ordered "full
ern” on the engines, three life pre-
servers w thrown to the man.

The captain a starboard
stern lifeboat put over the side. ’’The
ship was rolling 15 to 20 degrees and
we had trouble launching the boat,”
the captain said. "Then, because of
the high swell, the men in the lifeboat
couldn’t see the man.”

With the ship’s whistle, the cap-
tain directed the lifeboat toward Mr.



Doane, an oiler, was mis-





2

men











ordered





| gave no indication of 1

Doane. When the boat was on the|
right course, the whistle blew with-
out interruption. When it veered to



blasts sounded on the whistle. When |
it veered to the left, the signal was
short double lasts.

The lifeboat was within 20 feet of
Mr. Doane, who could now be
floating face-down in the water, when
its motor quit. A seaman, Frans J.
Tulling, tied a rope about his waist,
dove into the frigid water and swam |
the remaining distance.

The lifeboat crew hauled both men |
aboard and wrapped them in blankets. |
"The swell was so high the men could |
not attempt artifical respiration then |
and rowed the lifeboat back to the!
ship,”’ Capt. Schol said. |

At the ’Rotterdam’s” side, however,
the men found the seas made it im-
possible to hook the lifeboat’s falls.
Two then put about
Doane who was lifted aboard, the men
went up a rope ladder and the life-
boat was secured on a line

The line broke two hours later and,
because of the fast-running swell, the
lifeboat was abandoned.

At 9:27 the Rotterdam” put about
again and headed for Aruba. An exa-
mination of Mr. Doane could deter-
mine no heart beat or pulse, but the



seen





lines were



astern.



ship’s office working in shifts,
started administering artifical respi-
ration.

Five hours later, when the man

2ining con-
the attempts at resuscita-
abandoned. All our efforts
* Capt. Schol said, "but
you have to try.

Mr. » unmarried
native of Holland, was first employ
by Esso Netherlands in May, 1!
He signed the "Rotterdam”
last July.

Capt. Schol put in at Ponta Delgar-
da, the Azores, reported the death to
the Netherlanc



ciousn




tion wer

were in vain







Doane, and a

ad







aboard



consul there and sail-

the right, the captain had short single! ed for Aruba Nov. 7.



Werereas “Remember” War Dead!

BRITISH EX-SERVICEMEN stand at attention while being reviewed

by (left to right) Reginald Dudley, Capt. J. Dourlein and British Consul

servicemen joined with members of the Marines,

representatives of the American Legion and the Church Lads Brigade

in a "Remembrance Day” service at the Anglican Church. Rey. Fr.

Allen, vicar of Holy Cross Church, conducted the service in memory of
those who lost their lives in the last two global wars.

W. G. Guthrie. The ex



EX-SOLDANAN INGLES ta para na atencion mientras nan ta worde

inspecté pa (robez pa drechi) Reginald Dudley, Capt. J. Dourlein y Con-

sul Ingles W. G. Guthrie. E ex-soldanan a join cu miembronan di Mari-

niers, representantenan di Legion Americano y Church Lads Brigade den

un servicio di "Remembrance Day” na Misa Anglicano. Rev. Fr. Ij

vicario di Holy Cross Church, a conduci e servicio en memoria di esnan
cu a perde nan bida durante ultimo dos guerra global.



Ij.

Allen,



| the Quiriquire.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

CAPT. JAMES MCNAB exhibits a 30.





ficate for three decades of company
sentation to the first lake fleet employee to complete 30 years of service.




year smile as he accepts his certi-
rvice. J. Andreae makes the pre-

CAPT. JAMES MCNAB ta exhibi un sonrisa di 30 anja mientras el ta

acepta su certificato pa tres decenia di servicio cu Compania. J. Andreae

ta haci e presentacion na e promer empleado di Lake Fleet cu ta com-
pleta 30 anja di servicio.

First Lake Fleet
30-Year Button Goes
To Capt. James McNab

The Marine Department reached a
milestone in employee history Nov. 6
when Capt. James McNab became the
first Lake Fleet employee to receive a
30-year award. J. Andreae, Marine
Department manager, made the pre-
sentation,

Capt. McNab, presently in com-
mand of the S.S. Boscan, began his
seagoing career as an apprentice with
Messrs. Andrew Weir & Company of
London in 1918. In March, 192 he
was assigned to the tanker Inverar-
der as third officer and later served
aboard the Inverrurie.






A capable seaman early in his
youth, Capt. MeNab obtained his
master’s certificate in July, 1926,
when he was only 23 years of ag
The following year he left the
Inverglass and joined the an
Nicolas of the Lago Shipping Com-
pany as chief officer. He served
aboard the San Nicolas one year
before returning home on vacation.

On his second contract with the Lago
Shipping Company he arrived in
Aruba as chief officer of the Punta
Gorda. Shortly after this assignment
appointed master of the S.S.
For the next 10 years he

the Ambrosio, Surinam
and Punta Gorda.

In 1938 Capt. MeNab was sent to
Trieste to oversee the construction of



he
Inverlago.

Ww

commanded



When the vessel was
took command and
» Aruba. Here he
the vessel until

he

te

completed
brought hei
mained
19438
From 1948 to 1945 he was ashore
the Marine Office. He later had
assignments supernumerary
relieving
During 1946 and 1947 he command-
ed the ocean tankers S.S. Dean Emery
and S.S Henry. Aboard
the latter he made several voyages to
the west coast of South America,
He assumed command of the Bosean
1947.

master of

in
and

master.

George







OBITUARIES

Paul D. Wallace
Paul D. Wallace, a first lieute-
nant in the Lago Police Depart-



ment, died Noy. 10 at the age of
56. Born in Waterbury, Vt., he
Ww first employed by Lago in



1933. He is survived by a son and
daughter,

Alexander H. Shaw
Alexander H. Shaw,
tant Process Division superinten-
dent, died Noy. 15 from injuries
sustained in an automobile
dent. Mr. Shaw had over 28 «]
of service. Surviving are his wife
and mother.



assis-





acci-



—— | 10 anja.





Scholarship Boy’s
1st Period Grades
80 Or Above

The Lago Vocational School’s 1952
scholarship winners, Marciano Angela
and Pat? Ras, have upheld the
scholastic standards set by previous
scholarship students by not receiving
less than 80 the first ing
period at the Allentown, Pennsylvania
high school they are attending.







io






in mar





In letter to the LVS faculty,
Marciano reported he received 80 in
physical education, 83 in history, 90
in conduct, 90 in English, 94 in alge-
bra, 95 in general mathematics and
96 in phys

a



cs.

Patricio, he said, received 80 in
85 in physic education,
algebra and geometry, 88 in English

and 90 in conduct and chemis



history, al



Eilenioese ta



j ja
| pr



Periodistas Antillano
Inspecciona Refineria

Ariba "Dia di Prensa”

Publico — door di representativo-
nan di 13 medionan di publicidad —

yr mehor na haltura di uno di e
ipal industria di Antillas Holan-
es 20 di Nov. ora 19 publicador, edi-
{tor y reporter a bini hunto na e pro-
mer ’Dia di Prensa” di Lago.
) Den un bishita di nuebe ora na e
refineria mas grandi di mundo awor
|na operacion, e periodistanan a worde
}duna un oportunidad pa inspecciona
planta, cera conoci cu e hendenan cu
ta guia e planta, tende nan splicacion
di operacionnan di compania y plan-
nan pa futuro y pa haci nan pregun-
ta tocante e posicion di Lago den in-
| dustria petrolera.

E grupo, representando 11 corant
na Curagao y Aruba y ademas un
stacion di Radio y un servicio di
prensa, a worde yama bonbini na
| Centro di Recepcion y luego a worde
hiba na Oficina Mayor.

Aya e bishitantenan a tende pala-
bra di — y a haci pregunta na —
Gerente General O. S. Mingus kende
a actua como guiador di e conferen-
cia; Superintendente General F. E.
Griffin kende a splica e operacion di
Compania y C. F. Smith, superinten-
dente di Service and Staff Depart-
ments, kende a papia ariba relacion
di empleado.

Despues di e conferencia di dos ora,
e periodistanan a haci un paseo den
refineria bishitando Storehouse, Main
|Shops, Acid y Edeleanu Plant y Cat
Plant.

Comida a worde sirbi na Esso
Club unda C. Hochstuhl, Jr., editor di
Aruba Esso News, a papia ariba com-
|pania su relacionnan cu prensa. Des-
| pues di comida e bishitantenan a bai
bishita Lago Hospital y School di
Ofishi di Lago.

Representa na e "Dia di Prensa”
tabata, di Curacao, Today”, edicion
Ingles y Spanol di "La Prensa”,
"Amigoe di Curacao”, "Beurs- en
Nieuwsberichten”, ’Weekblad Cura-
cao”, "La Union”, "La Cruz”, asocia-
}cion di prensa Aneta” y radio Sta-
cion "Curom”.

”Arubaanse Courant”, ’’The Local”,
|’The News” y ”Chuchubi” tabata e
publicacionnan di Aruba cu tabata re-
presenta.












Aproba Estudio

Pa Financia Proposicion di Hotel

Eilandraad di Aruba siman pasa a autoriza gobierno pa investiga e

posibilidad pa presta Fls. 4,000,000
tamento na Palm Beach.

pa yuda traha un hotel di 200 apar-

Eilandraad a aproba e investigacion despues cu Irving Kipnis. un

Americano explotador di hotel,
cambio pa derecho pa opera
hotel.

Aceptacion tentativo di proposicion
di Sr. Kipnis a despues cu
Bilandraad a studia plan
designa pa duna Aruba un parti den
e industria floreciente di turismo den
Caribe.

Ningun combenio entre gobie
Aruba y capitalista Americano,
kend» segun ta bisa, tin interes den
361 hotel, a worde firma Sr.
Kipnis no a comete su mes tampoco
pa investa e placa na Aruba. Diland-
raad, na otro banda, no a decidi pa
!acepta e proposicion. Cerramento di
contract, un oficial di gobierno a bisa,
lo depende ariba resultado di nego-
ciacionnan subsequente.

Mas promer e anja aki Sr. Kipnis
a haci un paseo den Caribe buscando
un sitio pa traha un hotel luhoso cual
lo mester atrae turistanan for di
America del Norte y Sur. El a bishita
| Aruba, inspecta Palm Beach y des-
representantenan di e
ruba ta mas na halto ariba

e

socede

tres otro





ainda.
















mi lista.

Si un combenio por worde
el bisa, pone Fls. 8,000,000
"ariba m completa un hotel
dentro di un anja. Sinembargo, el ta
pidi:

aleanza,



lo

el

a



Un prestamo di gobierno pa
4,000,000 contra un hypotheek di
nja ariba e hotel.

Un permit libro, exclusivo pa
casino pa un termino di 10 anja.

3. Un permit libro pa bebida pa





un

no di,

a combini pa produci Fls. 3,000,000 en

4.
| anja.

5. Simplificacion
nan pa turista.

6. Ningun ariba lam-
tamento di moneda of credito estran-
hero.
| 7. E derecho pa emplea architect,
|ingeniero y personal di construccion
ranhero y pa importa material di
1 y mvvbla.

Aruba mester duna e sitio, uti-
lidad y camina

9. Accion tocante e proposicion
mester worde tuma promer cu Nov.
12.

Pa encontra e fecha final Eiland-
raad a tene reunion Noy. 10 y a apro-
|ba investigacion di e prestamo. Sin-
embargo, gobierno a indica cu cerra-
mento di e contract lo depende ariba
negociacion di demandanan di Sr.
Kipnis.

Aprobacion di e investigacion ta-
bata di promer paso pa autoriza go-
bierno pa presta Fls. 4,000,000. Go~
bierno en turno lo presta e placé
Sr. Kipr cu un hypotheek aribz
| hotel. Sr. Kipnis bolbe paga

»stamo, cu interes, dentro di

Exempcion di belasting pa 10

di regulacion-



restriccion





8.











lo

25



hotel proponi — cual lo costa
| Fls. 7,500,000 — lo tin un baki di



| facilidadnan di recr
lanan e edificio lo contene un ca~-
sino, auditorio y solarium, varios sala
di come y un night club.











4 ARUBA ESSO NEWS



November 20,







To separate each fraction from the | boratori 1 and 2 for such data 2
jerude, the TB stills are operated | their specifie grz ity, vapor pr
under atmospheric pressure until the nock” characte ies and
still temperature approaches 600 | content. This information is als
Assays Vitel To World's Major Oil Interests degrees Fahrenheit, the point at] ported in the price evaluation a
ae ee a el eel which many crudes start to “crack.” | but is augmented by more specific
a aaa | information about the gasoline’s com-

"Cracking” Avoided bustion qualities.
; - i; : In order to avoid racking” —| Blends of the other fractions —
. | which changes the moleuclar struct-| kerosene, gas oil, lube oil and bot-
La O S TB Stills Are Havi n ure of the crude and thus destr toms — e ch come in for searching
|true assay — the atmospheric pres- | @naly: They are examined to find
|sure is reduced and the distillation|the combustion conditions under
| goes on in a partial vacuum. Under which burning kerosene will first

s . lower pressure the crude need not b2|Start to smoke; the temperature at
eir usiest ar at | he: ated past the "eracking” point to| Which gas oil vapors will burst into
ieee as a vapor through the still flames; the affect of temp ture

tower. |changes on the flow qualities of the
Throughout the operation “cuts” or | lube oils; the tensile strength of the

samples of the condensed vapors are|bottoms destined to be used for

|collected to be blended later for paving.

blen such as San Joaquin which | analysis. Under atmospheric distilla-| With information such as_ this,

combines the production of several) tion the labor
























tory seeks to deter-| coupled with data on the crude’s per-

small fields. mine what percentage of the crude| formance within the still, Lago and
The more frequent short form | will be distilled at a pre-determined other Creole customers are able to
assay includes data on the crude’s | temperature. select the crudes which will best serve



true boiling point or distillation cur-| Under vacuum distillation the la- | their refining processes and product
ve; the percentage and quality of its boratory pre-selectes the volume of specifications.









napthas, refined oil, gas oil, lube and|the cut — usually three percent of| Today the TB stills are aver:

bottoms. the charge and records the tem-| 10 assays each month — their busies
The price evaluation assay is an| perature to which the crude must be; Year to date. In addition, they are

/expansion of the short form. It con-| raised to yield this percentage. being used as pilot units on some of

| tains such data as the engine "knock” A conversion table gives the oper- | Lago’s processes and products.
|the crude’s gasoline will produce, the | ator the atmospheric temperature at Two foreign staff and eight staff
temperature at w hich | its which the distillation would be taking | and res
|will flash,” the place were it not in a vacuum. These | grouy
at which its diesel oils will pour, the | equivalent temperatures deter mine | emple r are ene mical engineers.
percentage of insoluble materials in|the cuts which will later be blended; The s nd regular employees are
its bottoms. for analysis. men who started in Laborz atory No. 1
In addition to Lago, Creole sells The f cut is taken when the| and worked their way through the
crude to other refine Its prices, like | vapor leaving the crude under atmos- tester ranks to TB still assignments.
those of any other commercial enter- | pheric pressure reaches 250 degre Because of the teachnical nature of
prise, are based on the value of its|Combined with the heavier gi the still work, positions within the
products. Th alue, in turn, is based | Which were condensed earlier in the group — junior laboratory assistant,
on a number of factors — one of | stabilizer, this cut forms the first | laboratory ‘
which is the cost of refining the crude | blend. ratory assistant — are generally in
into finished products. Additional cuts are taken as the the higher classifications and are
For instance, crudes which have a| vapor temperature rises through the | eagerly sought by laboratory employ-
high sulfur content are relatively|atmospheric and vacuum ranges. | ces.








f rulers make up the
mnel. The foreign staff
















assistant or senior labo-










more expensive to refine because the | These cuts are later combined to form Most of those currently in the
corrosive sulfur must be removed. Or|blends of the lightest, heaviest and group augmented their laboratory
crudes which yield highly acidic gas | intermediate-weight fractions. training with courses in advanced

oils must be treated with costly che- mathematics, chemistry, physics, me-
micals to neutralize the acid. Blends Analyzed chanical still operation and other sub-

However, crudes which may not be For the short form the | jects offered by the Technical Service
profitable sources of one product may | gasoline blends are anal) in La- | Department.
be excellent for another. Mara crude,
for example, is not as good a source
of high quality gasoline as other
crudes from Creole’s Western Divi-
sion, but it yields a high percentage
of good grade kerosene and heating
oil.

On the other hand most of the oil
produced in the compan Eastern |
Division yields a relatively small)
amount of fuel oil, but is compara- |
tively high in gasoline content.

Other crudes are valuable by- -pro- |
duct sources. The San Joaquin Blend, |
which is rich in gasoline, also con- |
tains lube oils which are about 48 |
percent wax. This wax goes into the
THIS True Boiling Point still — one of five operated by Lago — is | ™anufacture of milk cartons, waxed
having its busiest year to date helping decide the eventual use of | Paper and hundreds of other pro- |
various Venezuela crudes. At left L. E. Carmichael adjusts the heat ducts.
at the base of the still tower while W. L. A. Ponse draws a “cut.”

























| Assays Set Pri
E STILL AKI pa determina e temperatura berdadero cu azeta crudo ta | Bee uelD ve
herbe — uno di e cinconan na op2racion na Lago — ta pasando su aia | Through the TB still assé
mas ocupa te awe yudando pa decidi e uso eventual di varios crudo di Creole pa
Venezuela. Na banda robez L. E. Carmichael ta controla e candela na ezue largest producer may pro-
pia di e tower di e still mientras W. L. A. ta tuma un muestra. |perly price its crudes and accurately

ys, which |
Lago to conduct, Ven-|
|
|
|









| describe their qualities to prospective
ra ae + purchase
The stills that make up the "TB”

a fty, . seo milli battery are located on a porch behind
Fifty galions of crude oil came to Lago last month. Unlike millions | Laboratory No. 3. In contrast to the

of other gallons they did not arrive in the tanks of a ship but in a |roar and bustle which surround the
barrel. They were not to be refined for sale as petroleum products but | units within the refinery proper, they
for the story they had to tell. | operate in a quiet punctured only by
Waiting to help write the story was a group of midget stills whose the chug-chug of a water curculator
dail TOduCcHON Miswadropin «the | ————— | or the wheeze of a vacuum pump.
Wriehel ieovtared to that of thelr big|@ drum of crude — frequently from This laboratory apneephes i i in-
brothers’, but whose few gallons have |# NeW well, sometime from a re- | dicative of the nature of the
a far-reaching effect on the opera- worked well or sometime from “| work. Pressure, temperature
tions of the world’s largest producing | Shipping terminal storage tank in) other factors affecting the distilla-
— refining team. which the production of a number Of lane of the crude rigidly con-
Set up as pilot units for basic re- wells is combined — to Lago’s Tech- | trolled because dec
fining processes and products, these nical Service Department Experimen- |
stills are used to determine the per- tal and Development Laboratory.
centage of various fractions the crude














sions — vital to
many of the world’s major oil inte- |
s — are based in part on the}
ry results.








oils will yield. The fractions are later Two Types Of Assays Striving for maximum accuracy,
analyzed to determine their quality. There the crude is run through the|the operator charges a measared |

This quantity and quality informa-|laboratory’s True Boiling Point stills| batch” of crude — usually 18 to 22
tion is vital to the Creole Petroleum |to provide information for two types| gallons — to the still where the oil}
Corp., which produces thousands of |of reports; a so-called "short from | is heated.
barrels of crude each day from its|assay” or a ’’pr’ nluation ass y.”| The lighter gases driven off by the} A STEADY stream of cuts” moves from t
wells in Venezuela, and to Lago Short form as ure usually con-| heat pass into a_ stabilizer where bench where Ramon Croes (left) is shoy
which refines a good share of Creole’s| ducted on new s or blended!— for the short form « B. F. Dirksz scent a reco! SNe ae
production. crude streams. Price evaluation] lightest are se parated, measured and Richardson is chee

”Once we've got the crude, we’ve| assays are conducted once every two | released. In the price evaluation assay UN FLUJO CONSTANTE di muestra ta move for di "TB” stills pa ¢
got to know what it’s good for,” was| years on established crudes such as) these gases are me asured, collected} jesa di trabao unda Ramon s (banda robez) ta munstré tumando
the way one executive put it. those produced in the Mara, Tia| and ed for their ethane, meth-| pan gravidad segun API, B. Dirksz (centro) ta anotando e varios
In order to find out, Creole sends| Juana or other fields or on crude|ane and propane content. muestranan cu a worde tuma mientras J. A. Richardson ta cheek nan peso.









— the



















November 20, 1953

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



4ruba
©}; The

oven Into The Story
54 Whaling Season

19

ane thread of a story, first spun |

between England and Norway

in October, weaved through Aruba |

earlier this month and then wound
down through the Atlantic to the
island of South Georgia.

By next May the thread, having |
eris-crossed the chip-cold seas of |
the South Atlantic and Antarctic
and worked its way back to Eng-
land, will have been woven into the
story of the 1954 whaling season.
The story will be another volume
the history of the men who for
600 years — first from shore
and then from ship — have risked |
life and fortune to hunt the world’s
largest mammal. |

Five of the ships which will be |
principal characters in the story will |
bunker at Lago this month, then head
for the whaling grounds where spring
is now giving way to summer.

Also heading south where the
waters at this time of year are heavy
with plankton, shrimp, squid, octopus
and other foods are a dozen different
types of whales bound for a rendez-
vous with death.

The first whale "factory” to call
this year at Lago was the "Southern



in
over
















Venturer,” built in 1945 and operated
by Chr. Salvesen and Co. Five hun-
dred and fifty-five feet long, with a



beam of 74 feet, the "Venturer” had
487 men, 134 live pigs and three cats
aboard. ;

| reduced the number of whale

The Pigs Won’t Be Back |

If all goes well the ship, the men |
and the cats will be coming back next
May. The pigs won’t. They’ll be used
to provide part of the fresh meat the
men need to fight the weather
fatigue which part of their
hour working day in one of the sea’s
most hazardous enterprises.

The Venturer” sailed Oct.
Newcastle-on-Tyne,
Tonsberg, Norway,
gunners and other
and then headed for

Bluff-bowed, riding high in
water with lumber and rope
cables and pig stys and spare
covering her decks, the ship
at San Nicolas harbor Nov.
tied up at the No. 1 Finger

She took aboard 1277
gas oil, barrels of diesel oil:
most of 105,365 barrels of fuel
Because her fully-loaded draft would
make the harbor
to negotiate, the
“toppe d off” outside
8.8. Cumarebo, a lake tanker which
ticd up alongside and delivered the
last 10,000 barrels of fuel oil.

On Noy. 11 the aptly-named "Ven-
turer” sailed from Aruba and headed
down the east coast of South Ameri-
ca for the 21-d trip to the i
of South Georgia, a Faulkland
dependency about 1000 miles due eas
of the southern tip of Argentina.

There Chr. Salvesen and Co, main-
tains a year-round station at Leith
Harbor which was named for the
company’s home port in Scotland. A
skeleton crew spends the off-season
maintaining tankage facilities, aux-
iliary whaling craft and other equip-
ment.



are



17 from

England, for |
to pick up its
crew members
Aruba,



the
and



parts
arrived
10 and
Pier.










and |



Venturer”
the reef by the

was












Hunt Is Annual Gamble

The "Venturer” was scheduled to
spend four clearing her decks,
tanks and cargo holds of equipment
and fuel — getting ready to put to
sea for the annual gamble.

Of the 487 men aboard the
189 we English, the rest
Norwegian. The Norwegians form the |
bulk of the
the trawler-size craft which are used
to hunt the whales; the "buoy boats”
which haul the dead whales to the
factory ship and the towboat which
doubles as a buoy boat and tug for
broken down chasers.

This year the ”Venturer” ill
operate with nine chasers, two fewer
than it used last year, because the




ship,

re were |



crews of the "c



asers,””









|which have

and|s

on this census,



| the

oil. | a

entrances difficult |S:



'y tres pushi abordo,

HUVDLED together like a mother whale and her nursing calf, the S. S. Cumarebo revers
she pumps 10,000 barrels of fuel oil aboard the ’

tanker

GRUPA HUNTO mescos cu un bayena mama y su yiu, S. S. Cumarebo ta troca e rolnan aki mientras e ta pomp
un factoria Ingles. E lake tanker a caba di yena e bayene-
ro pafor di haaf di San Nicolas pa seapa e bapor pa mester sali completamente earga for di entrada di haaf.

10,000 barril di fuel oil abordo di

International Whaling C
to be

The commission represen
whaling



industries

"topped off” the whaler outside San Nicolas harbor



ommission

ts nations
and

operates out of a headquarters at
Sandefjord, Norway. Commission
ips are continually on the seas

counting the whale populati
the commi
he number of "units”
afely taken each year
angering the whale

One whaling



or more

the ship flies

length and other
each whale killed, and to
fractions of the commissior

These, too, are designed
whale from
not allowed to



are

kill

whie
without end- |
supply.
inspectors,
employed by the country whose
is aboard eae
His job is to list the sex, age,

cows

on. Acting
ssion sets
h may be

h factory.

n rules.

to protect |
extinction.

Chasers
with

calves, for example, nor those which

>» lactating.

Nach day the
andefjord the
killed that day.




factory
number
The unit

of

radios to
“units”

system

Southern Venturer,”

“units” |
taken during the season.

flag |
weight, | t

information about | they can in four days.
pel
report in-

is |



ae

Venturer,” a
to save the
trance fully-loaded.

Southern

jbased on the blue whale, which
makes up one unit. Two fin whales
equal one blue, two-and-one-half

humpback whales equal one blue or
|six sei whales equal one blue.
20 Factories” In Fleet

The 20 factories which will be on
| the grounds this year will be allowed
to take 15,500 units between Jan. 2
and April 17. If the limit is reached
before that date, the commission will
declare the season closed.
| On the ba of its census, the
‘commission has postponed the open-
ing of the blue whale season to Jan.
16, but will allow the whalers to
ake as many humpback whales as
Last year the
limit the vimming, ugly
humpback was 1250 in three days.

Making up the fleet will be 12
Norwegian factories, three British
including the "Southern Harvester,”
sister-ship to the *Venturer,” two
one Dutch, one Panamanian
Russian.

Russia is represented on the com-
mission, but in-as-much as outsiders





is



on slow

Japanese,
and one







British whale "factory. lake
ship’s having to negotiate the en-

are not permitted aboard the Soviet
factory and her inspector is a na-
tional, it is not known whether the
Russians obey the commission’s rules.
Basques First Whalcrs
The thread of the story these ships
will spin is believed to have been
started by ths Basques who speared
whales from shore in the 10th cen-
tury. Whales are believed to have
been taken off Newfoundland in the |
14th century but it remained for the |
Dutch 200 years later — to or-
| ganize the first whaling expedition”
which sailed from Spitsbergen.
The whale factories still use today,
in an improved form, the ”flensing”

| of



o
|drove the fabled whalers from the
sea.

It is ironic that the whaling in-

| dustry, which lost its mass markets
to less expensive petroleum products,
must depend upon the oil industry
for essential diesel oils, heating fuels



and other refiner products in
supplying the specialty markets it
retains today.

The whaling industry is a good

costomer of Lago products. The five
factories which will call this month
will load some 579,000 barrels of fuel
oil, 30,000 barrels of diesel oil and
1300 barrels of gas oil. In addition,
they will purchase a large quantity
perishable supplies and some
staples from Aruba chandlers.

Sperm Whale Is King

The whale is the king of the seas
and the sperm is the king of the
whales. He is fast, clever and vicious
and so difficult to catch that the
commission seldom closes the season
on him.

It was in 1712 that a Nantucket
harpooner threw his lance into the
first sperm whale taken. When he
was rendered and found to be 75 per
cent oil, the word spread and the
sperm soon eclipsed the right whale
so named because it was the
right” whale to catch — as the
prime target for every whaling ex-
pedition.

Weighing sometime close to 15
tons, he a prodigious eater
equipped with hooked teeth and a
head which comprises one-third
of his body — almost as hard as the



is

| ocean floor against which he crushes

the squid and octopus which largely
comprise his diet.

"You open up any sperm whale,
you'll find buckets full of beaks from
the octopus he’s eaten,” a cooker
foreman aboard the "Abraham Lar-
sen” — one of the factories which
called earlier this month — said.

The sperm is the Joe Louis of the
whale world. Harpooned, he becomes
savage assailant. W. H. Millar,
whaling inspector aboard the ”Ven-
turer,” described his fight this way:

”The sperm looks back to see where
the harpoon came from and spots the
catcher which is backing off to keep
tension on the harpoon line and be-

cause the gunner knows the whale
will charge.
"And he does every time! That

propellor turning just beneath the
boat drives him crazy and he goes
for it with that tough head. Last year



technique of removing the blubber
and rendering its oil which the Dutch |
invented.

With the discove
World, the industry
Island and Ma
New Bedford became the whaling
capital of the world. The Massachv- |
setts port held the title until about |
1850 when the Civil War and the de-
velopment of the petroleum industry

A Of. thes aNewil
moved to Long |
chusetts where







sperms disabled three of our catchers
by breaking the blades off the pro-
pellors. They’re big, they’re tough and
they’re mean. If you don’t hit them
right, you may have to fight them
half a day.”
(The sperm not the only
whale in the sea. How the others
are hunted by brave and skillful

is

men will be told in the Dec. 4 issue
of the Aruba Esso News.)





[Aruba Inclui den Historia di Temporada1954 di Bayena

Curso di un storia cu a principia na October entre Inglaterra y Nor- | haaf, "Southern Venturer”
wega a traversa isla di Aruba mas tempran e luna aki y a sigui su| for di rif unda

rumbo den Atlantico te na isla di Sur Georgia.
Pa luna di Mei otro anja, e storia lo a traversa awanan frio di Sur |
Atlantico y Antarctico y regresa pas Inglaterra, y lo forma historia di

temporada di 1954 di bayer



E storia lo ta un otro capitulo den
historia di e hombernan kende du-
rante mas cu 600 anja — promer for |
di terr: de: -spues for di ariba bar



co — ¢

tura e an grandi

Cinco di

e

y despues sigui pa t
bayena unda primavera
camina pa verano,

tambe
ija e
maron,

Viajando sur
tempo aki di
di plankton, c oct
y otro cuminda ta como un



unda
aWanan ta yen

la.

y fortuna pa cap-

di mundo.

bapornan protogonista
> storia lo bunker na Lago e

lu-
errenonan
ta habri

den e

ypus, cebo
dozijn di-





ferente sorto di bayena destina pa un

encuentro cu morto.



E promer "factoria” di bayena cu| plama a 1 su dek, e parando pa coi lamar pa juego
a drenta na Lago e anja aki tabata|haaf di San Nicolas } anual,
*Southern Venturer,” traha na 1945|mara na Finger Pier No. 2. Di e 487 hombernan abordo, 189 |
y oper: pa Chr. Salvesen y Co. Cinco | Sl a carga 1277 barril di gas oil,|tabata Ingles, e resto tabata Nor-
cien y cincuenta y cinco pia largo, cu| 5365 barril di diesel oil y como wega. Norweganan ta forma nucleo
un hanchura di 74 Bis e bapor aki | 105, barril di fuel oil. Pa motibo| di tripulacion di e "eazadornan,” e
tabatin 487 homber, 1 el ta completamente carga, lo | bareonan A

34 porco bibo | cu or

Porconan Lo No Bolbe



bernan y e pushinan lo bolbe otro
anja na Mei. E porconan no. Nan lo
worde usa como parti di e carni fres
co cu e hombernan mester pa bringa

contra clima y fatiga cu ta parti di





nan 12 ora di trabao pa dia den un
di e empresanan mas peligroso di la-
mar.

"Southern Venturer” a sali Oct. 17

for di Newceastle-on-Tyne, Inglaterra
;pa Tensberg, Norwega, pa bu
|cayoneronan y



sca su
otro tripulantenan y



\cespues a coi rumbo pa Aruba.
rondo, sintando halto
y

Cu un boeg
ariba awa cu madera
cable y cura di porco y



ecabuya y










| ta dificil pa el sali for di entrada di

| Si tur cos bai bon e bapor, e hom-

a hala pa-
S. S. Cumarebo, un
lake tanker cual a mara canto di dje
a entrega ultimo 10,000 barril di
| fuel oil.

Nov.

e

11 "Southern Venturer” a sa-
| li for di Aruba y a sigui costa orien-
tal di America del Sur ariba un viaje
di 21 dia cu lo hibe’le Sur Georgia, un
dependencia di Islanan Falkland mas
of menos 1000 milla pa riba di e pun-
to zuid di Argentina.

| Aya Chr. Salvesen y Co. ta man-
|tene un stacion henter anja largo na
Leith Harbor yama segun puerto do-
mestico di e compania na Schotland.
| Un tripulacion chikito tz e tem-
po fuera di temporada manteniendo
facilidadnan di tanki y otro herment- |
nan auxiliar. |










Tiramento Ta Juego Anual
"Southern Venturer” lo mester
pasa cuatro dia pa descarga su dek,
tankinan y bodeganan di ¢





ra pre-








pareuw cu

a worde u
pa corre e bayenanan; e ””

buoy boats” |





| di e pais di cual e

cu yiu chikito por ehemplo,

cu ta lastra e bayenanan morto hiba
na e factoria y e remoleador cu ta
lastra cualkier di cazadornan of
otro botonan cu danja.

E anja aki "Southern Venturer” lo
opera cu nuebe cazador, dos menos cu
anja pasa, pa motibo cu International
Whi a reduci e can-
tidad di unidad di bayena cu por wor-

e



ing Commission

de mata durante e temporada.

E comision ta representa nacion-
nan cu tin industria bayenero y ta
opera for di Sandefjord, Norw



Barconan di e comision ta continua
mente ariba lamar contando popula-
cion di bayena, Trahando cu e infor-





macion aki, e ta establece e cantidad
di "unidadnan” cu por worde mata
tur anja y ainda preserva e cantidad.





Un of mas inspector, emplea door
bapor ta carga e
bande ta abordo di cada factoria.
Su trabao ta pa registra sexo, edad,
peso, largura y otro informacion to-
a b mata, y reporta







cante ca ona



infraccion di reglanan di e comision.
pa



ikinan tambe ta designa
proteha e bayenanan di ca
dornan no ta permiti pa me



ni
poco bayena cu ta bebe ainda.

(Continua na pagina 6)







6 ARUBA ESSO N





Waste Pushing Lago’s Utility Bill
Toward Fls. 12,000,000 This Year

The electricity we see in thun-
derstorms, the rain that falls, the
heat of the sun and the air we
breathe are free. But to use electri-
city, water, heat and air in refining
oil, Lago spent over Fls. 11,000,000
last year.

That much money was needed to ope-
rate the electric generators, to pump
water throughout the refinery
or purify it for use as fresh water,
to heat water to produce steam, to
compress air into a source of power,
to pay the men who did the work
and to buy the nec ry materials.

Another factor increasing the cost
was waste. This we can do something
about. Steam escaping through a hole
about the size of the letter ”o” on
this page would cost the company
some Fs. 64 a year. Hissing through
a hole the diameter of a lead pencil,
the escaping steam would cost
Fls. 4000 in the same period.

These leaks — apparently insigni-
ficant in themselves — are multiplied
into thousands of guilders by the
volume of Lago’s operations.

Electricity is not generally consi-
dered to be subject to le:
unnecessary use of electric
represents a loss both in the electric
power consumed and in the cost of
the bulbs burned out. The saving
gained by turning off an unused light
is small, but the effort required to!
flip a switch is even smaller.

Lago ta Pidi Empleadonan
The employee who spots leaks, ; ;
shrugs his shoulders and does nothing | Bisa Fo re m a n © ra Ti n Lea k

about them is the fellow who’s hel-|
ping push Lago’s utility bill this year |
toward Fls. 12,000,000.

Helping him are employees who |
see fresh water or steam or hear|

What A Leak Costs

NA Fis. per Year






Size of
Opening

Fresh
Water

Compressed | Process
Air Steam



sea










12,240

E electricidad cu nos ta mira den relampago, e awa cu ta yobe, @
| calor di e solo y e aire cu nos ta respira tur ta gratis. Pero pa usa
electricidad, awa y aire pa refina azeta, Lago a gasta mas di

compressed air escaping and ignore | Fis. 11,000,000 anja pasa.
them;

Tur e suma aki tabata necesario pa opera e generadornan electrico,
pa pomp awa di lama pa e plantanan

see electric lights burning |

den refineria of pa purifica e awa
| pa e worde usd como awa dushi, pa
cayenta awa pa produci stiem, pa

|comprimi aire den un fuente di for-
1, pa paga e hendenan cu a haci e
pa cumpra e mate nan



Un

otro factor cu ta aumenta e
costo tabata pérdida. Tocante
|nos por haci algo.
|e grandura di e letter 0”
gina aki lo cost
Fls. 64 pa anja. E stiem cu ta bai}
perdi suplando door di un buraco cu |

ariba e pa-



|
jun

| Fls. 4000 den e mes periodo.
hs ae
| Electricidad generalmente
considera cu lo e lek, pero uso in- |
irio di luz electrico ta forma un



ae



esaki |“
Stiem cu ta bai| di petroleo a corre e
perdi for di un buraco di mas 0 menos buloso for di lama













diametro di un potlood lo costa | oil

STEAM leaks can occur in many places. Pictured are two recent pérdida tanto den corriente como den
examples that were Joundreported and repaired. One is in s Hine, the |e coste di bombia cu kima. Loke ta
other in a steam valve. you see such leaks, report them and cut down worde economiza door di paga un|

ility losses. 2
ROC OSEGe bombia cu no ta worde





poco, pero e esfuerzo pa move
needlessly and don’t turn them off; | Plant.” He’s also the fellow who sees | switch ta ainda menos.
see electric-powered machines running | electricity being wasted and stops it. . ‘
unused — have the authority to turn | E empleado cu mira un leak, ta



hiza su schouder y no ta ha
tocante di dje ta e persona kende
| yuda Lago su gasto di corriente,

them off — and don’t. ;
The type of employee helping Lage

The
Cor

Company’s Oil Loss and Oil
rvation Committees have ex-








reduce its utility bill is the fellow perienced considerable success by r oe . : 9.000.
who spots a leak and say to his fore-| questing employees to report oil hence subi e anja aki te Fls. 12,000,000.
man, ”There’s a break in a steam line | leaks. The same type of cooperation) Yudando e empleado mencioné aki





over by the Alky Plant” or ”Air’s| will help in the reduction of utility |
escaping from a line behind the Acid | losses. |

riba ta e empleadonan cu ta mira cu

bai perdi y no ta haci caso di nan;
|kende ta mira luz electrico ta cende
sin necesidad y no ta paga nan y
kende ta mira mashinnan di corriente
ta traha sin mester y no ta stop nan.



E clase di empleado cu ta yuda
Lago reduci su gastonan di awa, cor-
riente, etc. ta e persona cu haya un
leak ta reporta esaki na su foreman,

bisando: Tin un leak den e linja di
stiem banda di Alky Plant” of ’Aire
ta sali for di e linja tras di Acid

Plant.” Esaki ta tambe e persona
kende ta mira cu corriente ta worde
malgasta y ta stop esey.

E Comisionnan Tocante Pérdida di
Azeta y pa Conserva Azeta di Com-
pania a experimenta considerable su-
|ceso door di pidi empleadonan pa re-
| porta leakmento di azeta. E mes cl
| di cooperacion lo yuda pa reduci pér-
|dida di awa, corriente, stiem, etc.









WATER costs money. When it breaks loose — such as shown here — it
is water and money wasted. If such a leak is seen and not reported,
it is like throwing money away. Report leaks — they are expensive.







usd ta masha |

&| cer

nada |
al
awa, |

awa dushi, stiem y aire comprimi ta| cador
| ee

| barril di gas oil.



Aruba Inclui

Den Historia

(Continua di pagina 5)
Tur dia e factoria ta manda un
telegram pa Sandefjord pa reporta e
cantidad di unidadnan mata e dia ey.
FE sistema di unidad ta basa ariba ¢
bayena blauw, cual ta forme
dad. Dos bayena di fin ta igual na
un bayena blauw, dos y mitar bayena
humpba
sei ta igual na un blauw.

E 20 factorianan cu lo ta den ¢
terrenonan e anja aki lo ta permiti
pa mata 15,500 unidad entre Jan. 2
y April 17. Si e limite worde aleanza
promer cu e fecha aki, e comision lo
declara e temporada cer

Ariba base di su census, e comision
a pospone habrimento di e temporada
di bayena blauw te Jan. 16,
permiti e bayeneronan pa mata mes
tanto bayena humpback cu nan por
den cuatro dia. Anja pasa e limite
ariba e humpback mahos, cu ta landa
poco poco, tabata 50 den tres dia.

Formando e flota lo ta 12 factoria
Norwega, tres Ingles
"Southern Harvester,” un
filiaal di "Southern Venturer,” dos
Japones, un Holandes, un Panamenjo
y un Rusiano.

Rus ta representa den e comi-























sion, pero en cuanto cu hendenan di|
factoria |

afor no ta permiti ariba e
Sovietico y su inspector ta un nacio-
nal, no ta conoci si e Rus
obedece reglanan di e



anonan ta
comision.

, Basquenan Promer Bayenero

E
e anja aki probablemente
600 anja pa





a principia
door di Basquenan ecu
tabata tir: ena for di terra den
Siglo 10. Den siglo 14 segun historia
ta conta, algun bayena a worde cap-
tura dilanti cost: Newfoundland






di
pero ta Holandesnan — 200 anja des-

| pues — a organiza di promer expe-
|dicion di bayena pa Spitsbergen.

E factorianan ta usa awendia, den
flen-
di saca su gordura y obtene e
worde inventa door di Ho-
n.



|un forma mehora, e tecnico di ”
sing”




ubrimento di Mundo Nobo,
1a move pa Long Island y
achusetts unda New Bedford a

ra capital di bayena na mundo.
Puerto di Massachu a tene titulo
te mas of menos 0 tempo cu
Guer Civil y desaroyo di industria











ayeneronan fa-





Industria di bayena ta un bon clien-

a Compania como|te di productonan di Lago. E cinco

factorianan cu lo drenta e luna aki
| lo rga como 579,000 barril di fuel
),000 barril di diesel oil y 1300
Ademas, nan _ lo
|cumpra un gran cantidad di mercan-





no ta/cia for di proveedornan na Aruba.

Bayena Macho Ta Rey





Bayena ta rey di e ba-
yena macho ta rey ona. El ta
abi, liher y vicioso y asina dificil pa



captura cu 1 e comision
| temporada ariba dje.
| Tabata na 1712 cu un harpoenero






|di Nantucket a tira su lanza den e
promer baye na mé icho captura. Ora
|nan a y a descubri cu el
| tabata azeta, e se di ba-

a Bra e centro di atencion



yena a
|di tur expedicionnan di bayena.

| E macho ta Joe Luis di mundo di
bayena. Harpoena, e ta bira un até
salvaje. W. H. Millar, insp'
abordo di "Southern Venturer
ribi su pelea na e siguiente ma-








nera:

”E macho ta waak patras pa mira
di unda e harpoen a bini y ta mira
e cazador cu ta halando atras pa
mantene tension ariba e cabuya di
harpoen y pasobra el sabi cu e ani-
mal ta bai ataka.

”Y tur biaha el ta haci asina! E
chapaleta bao di e bapor ta hacie’le
joke y e ta bai ariba dje cu su cabez
duro. Anja pasa e machonan a kibr
chapaleta di tr adornan.
Nan ta grandi, fuerte y vicioso. Si
bo no tira nan bon, anto podiser bo
mester bringa nan mitar dia promer
cu nan muri.’

(BE bayena
den lamar.










s di nos ¢







ta e unico

Com e otronan ta worde

macho no
bringd door di hombernan cu curashi
y habilidad lo worde contd den edicion
di Dec. 4 di Aruba Esso News.)






un uni- |

:k ta un blauw of seis bayena ;

pero lo)

incluyendo |
bapor |

toria cu e bapornan lo describi |

ta |

November 20, 1953



‘Two Mechanical
Department Men
Win Promotions

Two Mechanical
ployees — James C. Johnson and Fe-
derico V. Christiaans — haye been
promoted to zone foreman and car-
penter subforeman respectively.

Mr. Johnson was first employed by

Department em-





Lago in March, 1948 as a subfore-
man-pipe. In August, 1950, he was
promoted te foreman-pipe and has

frequently served as acting zone fore-
man since that date.

Mr. Christiaans, who has over 11
years of service, was first employed
as an apprentice D in the Lago Voca-
tional School from which he graduat-
ed in 1946.

Assigned to the carpenter craft, he
worked through the helper and car-
penter grades until December, 1951
when he was promoted to carpenter
A. He was made a temporary sub-
| foreman in January of this year and
| was permanently assigned Nov. 1.





J.C. Johnson — F, V. Christiaans

Clarance Cremony,
Marie C. Marucheau

Plan to Retire



Two employees, whose combined
| service totals over years, will re-
tire Jan. 1. They are Clarance D.
Cremony, a pipefitter C in the

Mechanical Department and Marie ¢
Marucheau, a press operator in the
laundry.

Mr. Cremony was first employed by
Lago as a laborer-pipe in November,
1933. Three years later he became a
pipefitter helper B and in 1938 was





promoted to the grade at which he
will retire. He will return to St.
Maarten.

Miss Marucheau, who will retire

with more than 15 years of service,
was first employed as a senior ap-
prentice B in the laundry. She later
served as a laundress, feeder,
and shirt sleeve ironer before achiev-
ing her present grade of double press
operator,
She will remain in Aruba.



Ss, irone

|
|
|



Clarance Cremony Marie Marucheau

‘Clarance Cremony,

Marie C. Marucheau
Ta Bai Retira

Dos empleado, cu un total di ser-
vicio combina cu ta pas
| bai retira Jan. 1. Nan ta Clarence
| Cremony, pipefitter C den Mechani
|Department y Marie C. Maruchea
| un press operator den Laund

Sr. Cremony tabata emple;
{Lago como un laborer
November 1933. Tres
a bira pipefitter helper B y na 1988
1 promocion pa e grado na
cual el ta bai retira. El lo regresa pa
| St. faarten.
| Srta. Marucheau, kende
cu mas cu 15 anja di servicio, tabata
|empled como un senior apprentice B
|den Laundry. El a traha tambe como
\laundress, ironer feeder, y_ shirt
sleeve ironer promer cu el a yega na
su rango di double press oper: ator.
| El ta keda na Aruba.




u,




door di
pipe na
anja despues el











lo retira











ARUBA ESSO NEWS




















Yer ALL FALCON

VII)

12

At midnight Oct. 31 the Grand March of the annual

Esso Club Hallowe’en dance began. Gay party-
goers displayed colorful costumes in keeping with an
age old custom associated with countries where Celtic
influence is strong. In some parts of England bonfires
and fortunetelling like those of midsummer night con-
tinue. Elsewhere masquerading is popular. Tales of
witches and ghosts are told and in remote communi-
ties old superstitions are kept. Many Hallowe’en games
date from the Middle Ages. Religiously, Oct. 31 pre-
cedes All Saints Day - feast of the Roman Catholic
and Anglican churches - the day on which the church

glorifies God for all His saints.





Moulin Rouge




Harry Turton



SLAVE MART IN THE NEAR EAST



iw

Hobo twins Cliff Whelan, Al Kossut



Dogpatch Mr. & Mrs. Ben Marvick





Ev Biddle



Happy Clown









26 Employees Receive

September CYI Awards



Twenty

employees shared in the total CYI award money of

Fls. 1935 for the month of September. While the suggestions accepted

were mostly in the Fls. 20 and Fs.

25 class, four employees went over

the Fls. 100 mark with their ideas. Miss N. Dirkmaat led the parade

of winners with a Fls. 600 award.
gesting a handling
ployee committee minutes.
Second highest of Fls. 300 went to
W. I. de So who suggested the
installation of lines from cycle oil
pumps’ discharge to tie into dischar;
lines of other pumps. Johan Jans
ived Fls. 250 for his suggestion of

revised of em-









re
wrapping laundered bundles in paper
before sending them out. A. G. Zep-
penfeldt received Fls. 100 for an ac-
counting suggestion. Other winners
follow:
Accounting Department
A. G. Zeppenfeldt Fils.
Accounting - Tabulating to run
of moving Storehouse item only.
Colony Service Department

F. Shortt Fls. 50
A. Carty Fils. 20



100
reel

Executive Office

N. Dirkmaat (Miss) Fls. 600

Revised handling of committee notes.
Industrial Relations Dept.

F. Parris 1

E. Thiet FE
Mechanical Department









Administration
A. J. Korsko D
A. Brouwer D
S. Bacchus )

Storehouse

J. E. Hazlewood

Metal Trades |
H. P. Gittens Fls. 50|
Tool fabrication (extension soc et



wrenches) for floating roof tanks.



A CHECK, pipe and ashtray were

Shipyard prior to his retirement Oct. 31 after 20 years of Lago service.

R. Tromp makes the presentation

gathered with Mr. Lampe at the time he was given his gifts.

UN CHECK, pipa y shinishero a worde presenta na Jan L. Lampe di
Shipyard promer cu su retiro Oct. 31 despues di 20 anja di servicio cu
Lago. R. Tromp ta haci e presentacion na nomber di companieronan di
trabao kende a reuni cu Sr. Lampe na momento cu el a recibi e regalonan.



EUGENIO HENRIOQUEZ was



the guest

She received this amount for sug-

Marine
i. B. Lewis
Accounting - Systems & M
revisions to form Lot-Mar.
Taxi trip ticket).
Catalytic & Light Ends

Fis. 80
sthod

99 BP-21
















W. I. de Souza Fls. 300
nstall 144” line from cycle oil
pumps’ discharge line & tie into d
charge line of pumps No. 1465
1466,
J. Arrindell
BE. Garraway
P. Gonsalves
R. de Barros
Light Oils Finishing
Johan Jansen F
|C.S. - Laundry wrap laundere
bundles in paper before dispatching.



Fls.

| A. Klaverweide
C. Vrolijk



Utilities

T. Veldema Fils. 2
Technical Service Department
Engineering

R. Janecek
Mech. - En
ment hook ligh
permit attaching to gold medal scaf- |
folding.



rge
on

eptard



extension

G. E. Hartwell Fs.
3. Schelfhorst Fls.
Laboratory
H. R. Wolfe Fls. 20}
Process
| B. Gomes Fls. 20

presented to Jan L. Lampe of the

on behalf of fellow workers who









ARUBA ESSO NEWS



November 20, 1





M. E. Emanuels
Gains Diploma

Lopping five months off the s
ard time, M. E. Emanuels, an E
trie Craft train has completed a
Practical Electrician course with the
International Correspondence School.

Nineteen months Mr. Ema-
a Lago employee since 1948,
an Electric Craft training
and the ICS course. Last

received his ICS diploma
he finishes the craft
program to
vanced correspondence course.

The ICS training partially
financed by the company’s Education
Refund Plan.







ago
nuels,
started
program
month he
}and as soon





plans to go on an ad-






PUTTING some of his newly-
acquired ki ledge to work, M. E.
Emanuels is shown at work in the
FAR, M Emanuels recently
completed a Practical Electrician
correspondence course.







PONTENDO algun di su sabiduria
nobo na trabao, M. E. Eman
ta munstra trahando den G
Sr. Emanuels recicntemente a_ |
completa un curso di correspon-
dencia como Electricista Practico.

NEW ARRIVALS





Re









Gctober 30
MUNROE, Darington - Drydock: A daugh-
ter, Florence Cathin
THOMPSON, Ge - Lake Fleet
A son, Derek Dani |
. Gentle - Shipyard: A son, Ashlin
»mon
ure - Electrical: A son,
rnard.
October 31
Herman - Mech. - Yard:



Erwin R

I
THODE
Nicola
RICHARDSON, Martin C
A

*: A son, Erick



AS









£
2milio M .
November 2

A. - Machine: A son,
- Marine Wharves:
jlenda Maria.

November 3
Clement P. Industrial



A daughter,

JELAIRE, Rela-



tions:: A son, Keith Leroy.
November 4
NOEL, Byron R. - Utilities: A daughter,




Grithel Delphia.
jovember S

- Acid & Edel.:











Mech Admini-
Adrian
- Machine: A son, Ri-
. - Pipe: A son, |
|
Tin:

- Mech. -
M

- Garage








AN,
»nimo



Eu
Leonardo.
November 7

A son, |



Leoc - Cracking: A son,

THIJZEN
e 1.

- Colony Commissary:

A son, Jacin-

h, - Paint:

A daugh-





Maria Corom



of honor at a retirement

luncheon Oct. 30. Mr. Henriquez of the Mechanical Department — Ad-
ministration will retire Dec. 1. Shown seated around the table are Mr.

Henriquez, A. Lampe, W. E. Mills,
and T. V.

P. E. Jensen, G. Lopez, G. Ernesti
- Malcolm.

EUGENIO HENRIQUEZ tabata huesped di honor na un comida di des-
pedida Oct. 30. Sr. Henriquez di Mechanical Department — Administra-

tion lo retira Dec. 1. Munstra sinta rond di e mesa ta



r. Henriquez,

A. Lampe, W. E. Mills, P. E. Jensen, G. Lopez, G. Ernesti y T. V. Malcolm.










November 8
IN, McKenly - P.H. }



ymundo - Mech. : A daugh-
reela Dani
Ifons:
rgaret
B. -

: A daugh-



de lectrical: A daughter,

Alta ae |
Marcelino - Mech. - Paint: A son, |



November 9

Santiago G. y Cat. & L. Ends:

son

GEERMAN, Luis B. - Storehouse: A son,
nklin Luis.

| November 10

ARRINDELL,

d

Emile A. - Mech. - Pipe:
ughter, Melvina Aldona Alvin
, Joseph - Marine Wharves:



A son,



November 11
| DONATA, Luis B. - L.O.F.: A
: Gabriel A. - Electrical
ter, Glenda Marieta.
MADURO, Venancio - Cracking:
Venancio Turpino
WEE AN, Sinforiano -
| A daughter.

daughter.
A daugh-



A son,

Mech. -



Pipe: |

| Pedrito Bislip

| Tourney Winners Receive



OLGA FELIPE

tournament. On his right
De Silva, shaking M

the



OLGA FELIPE a haci presentacion di premionan na ¢
neo di ping pong di Lago Club, Kenneth Abraham (mas na banda dree
a gana e torneo. Na su banda robez ta Carton Thompson
Ian Da Silva, sagudiendo man di Srta. Felipe, a gana tercer

SERVICE AWARDS

30-Year Buttons

James Muteh McNab
Marine Department

20-Year Buttons

Cornelis C. Antoine
Marine Department
Hassell
Industrial Relations
William P. Bryson Mech. - Pips
Clarance Cremony Mech. - Pipe
Ludovico L. Quandus
Mech. - Welding
Mech. - Electrical
Mech. - Carpentei
Mech. - Storehouse
Mech. - Storehouse
Mech. - Garage
Mech. - Pipe

Eugenius A. L.

Cecil Nicholls
Bernardo S. Maris

Juan R. V. Croes
Edward Wills
Bicente Geerman
Bilby P. Hodgson

Mech. - Storehouse
Cracki
Utilit





Theodoor Wouters
Juan A. E. Maduro
Wenceslao Kelly

Receiving & Shipping
Maximo de Cuba

Light Oils Finishing
Pedro M. de Cuba

Light Oils Finishing

Francisco Croes Shipyard

10-Year Buttons
Pedro J. Garcia Shipyard
Wilbert Ch. A. Edwards
Alfred John
Emilie V. Cato








of 28 years of compan



chief officer of the Inv



CAPT. WILLI



J — fan. as ;
CAPT. WILLIAM CRAIG’S retirement luncheon marked the completion |
ervice. Capt. Craig’s career started in 1925 as
1ibo. Shown (left to right) are Capt. Ww. L.
Thomas, Capt. D. J. Garden, W. A. McPhee, Capt. Fred Ellis, Capt.
H. L. Morgan and MR. Craig.
M CRAIG su comida di retiro a marea completacion di i

28 anja di servicio. Carera di Capt. Craig a cuminza na 19

mer oficial abordo di Invercaibo. Munstra (robez pa drechi) ta Capt.
A.

W. L.

made the presentation of prizes to the winners of the
Lago Club ping pong tournament. Kenneth Abraham (far
is Carton
s Felipe’s hand, took third place.



John Smith Mech rd
| Jonathan Jackson Mech - Yard
| Abraham James Mech, - Yard

Herbert A. Dedier Mech, - Carpenter

Mech. - Electrical

Shipyard | Keith V. Edwards
Shipyard | Whi i
« Cecil Baptiste

Thomas, Capt. D. J. Garden, W.
Capt. H. L. Morgan y $



Prizes



ght) won
r-up. Tan



Thompson, runn

anadornan di t







Commissary Inventory
To Be Taken Dec. 1
Because of the recent change



from credit to cash sales,
ry at both retail commissaries will
be Tuesday, Dec. 1. Both

stores will be closed on that date



invento-

taken



Whart Employees
Contribute Fls. 650
To Mrs. M. Maduro

Employees of the wharves
whom the late Modesto Maduro work-
ed organized a collection to assist his
widow. Headed by S. L. Perryman
and P. L. Hodge of Receiving
Shipping, the men of the docks con- |
tributed Fls. 650. Mrs. Maduro was
given the money Noy. 13

Mr. Maduro was killed in an acci- |
dent at the Lake Tanker dock Oct. 11.

with

and |












Anthony John L.H. Dining Hall
Joseph I. Nobrega Material Acco
Ronald Canhigh TSD I
Lawrence Dickson TSD I

James A. Gibbs
Magnus Billy
S. Rehardson Cr

Light Oils
Light Oils I



king

Allan S. :
Joseph L. Park Utilities
Ewen 6. Quashic Receiving & Shipping
Joseph Duncan Mech rd





Mech. - Paint
Mech, - Yard











5 como pro-



PePhee, Capt. Fred Ellis,
r. Craig.





I nn Se.



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CADA ANJA na e tempo aki
EACH YEAR at this time
masivo halto ta drenta
massive high riding ships sail into bapornan y
San Nicolas harbor load up ivitli haaf di San Nicolas carga varios
various Lago products and sail productonan di Lago bolbc sail
away shoiving a gaping rectangu manstrando tin Libra grandi pa
lar hole in the stem These are the tras Esakinan ta c factorionan cu
factories which ivill spend the lo pasa e proximo cinco luna den
next five months in the South Sur Atlantico cazando bayena Di
Atlantic in whales The
of
pursuit
promer di tin serie di dos parti
first of a tivo part series about
tocante e industria historico aki
this historic industry in which
den cual Lago ta hunga iin parti
Lago plays a part appears on
Page 5 ta aparece ariba pagina 5
VOL 14 No 24 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD November 20 1953
US Investor Would Build Operate Antilles Newsmen
Island Council Okays Study Inspect Refinery
On Press Day
Of Hotel Finance Proposal
The public through the representatives
of 13 news outlets
The Aruba Island Council last week authorized the government to became better acquainted with one of
investigate the possibility of borrowing Fls 4000000 to help construct the Netherlands Antilles principal
a 200 room hotel at Palm Beach industries Nov 20 when 19 publishers
The council approved the investigation after Irving Kipnis a United editors and reporters gathered
States hotel owner offered to put up an additional Fls 3000000 in for Lagos first Press Day
In nine hour visit to the worlds
the to the a
exchange for right operate
hotel 7 The right to employ foreign largest refinery now in operation
Tentative acceptance of Mr Kipnis architects engineers and constiuction the newsmen were given an oppoitu
pioposal came after the council personnel and to impoit building nity to inspect the plant meet the
had considered three other plans materials and furnishings people who supervise it listen to
designed to gain Aiuba a share of 8 The island to provide the site their explanation of the companys
the booming Caribbean tourist trade utilities and roads operations and plans for the future
No agieement between the island 9 Action on the pioposal by and question them on Lagos place
government and the American finan Nov 12 within tha petroleum industry
cier who leputedly holds interests in Continued on page 2 Rcpiesenting 11 newspapers in
361 hotels has been signed Mr Curasao and Aruba plus a radio
Kipnis has not committed himself to station and a pi ess service the
investing in a hotel in Aiuba The Marian Andersons gioup was welcomed at the Reception
island council on the other hand has Sport Park Concert Center and then moved to the General
not agreed to accept his pioposal Office Building LT GOV Dr L C Kwartsz left extends his congratulations to Lago
Completion of a contract an island To Be Held Nov 21 There the visitors listened to and Police Chief G B Brook on publication of a booklet Guide To Safe
official said will depend upon further questioned General Manager O S Driing which Lago is making available to motorists Chief Brook
negotiations A GO minute piogiam of classical Mingus who served as the conference presented the first 50 copies of the booklet to Dr Kwartsz
Eailier this year Mr Kipnis toured operatic and folk music will be leader General Superintendent F E
GEZAGHEBBER Dr L C Kwartsz banda robez ta duna felicita
the Caiibbean in seaich of a site for offeied free of charge the night of Griffin who reviewed the companys su
cion na Hefe di Lago Police G B Brook pa publicacion di e buki Guide
a luxury hotel which could attract Nov 21 at the Lago Spoit Paik by operation and C F Smith superintendent
To Safe Driing cual Lago ta duna hendenan cu ta sinja stuur Hefc
North and South Ameiican tourists Marian Anderson tliD woilds foremost of the Service and Staff Brook a prescnta e promc 50 copy di e bukinan na Dr Kwartsz
He visited Aruba inspected Palm contralto Departments who spoke on employee i
Beach and later told island representatives Miss Anderson touring in honor relations
Aruba is at the top of of Queen Elizabeths visit to the Ca Following the two hour confeience Promoting Highway Safely
my list iibbean vill appear at 8 pm Her the newsmen toured the refinery
If an agieement could be achieved concert will be sponsored by the Lago with special stops at the Stoiehouse
he said he would put Fls 3000000 Sport Paik Boaid Main Shops Accounting machine Safe Driving Guide Ready
on the table and complete constiuc She will sing from a platform to room and Cat Plant
tion of the hotel within a year In be situated before the paiks grand Lunch was served at the Esso Club
letum he asked for stand and from within a specially where William C Hochstuhl Jr edi For Motorists n Aruoa
1 A government loan of Fls constructed shell tor of the Aruba Esso News spoke
4000000 to be secured by a 25 year The audience will be accommodated on the companys relations with the
A booklet entitled Guide To Safe Driving designed to aid motorists
mortgage on the hotel in the grandstand and bleachers press After lunch the visitors toured
and in Aruba has been for
2 A free promote highway safety prepared
exclusive gambling Standing room will be available only
casino license for 10 years along the spectator fences Spectators Continued on page 2 the Lago Police Department
3 A free liquor license for 10 will not be permitted on the playing Carrying an endorsement by Dr L
years field surface C Kwartsz lieutenant governor of
4 A 10 year tax exemption At 8 pm Nov 22 Miss Anderson Extra Contribution To Thrift Aruba the booklet explains
5 Simplification of tourist regulations will present a reserved seat conceit 1 The international symbols used
at the Esso Club which will be open to mark the islands roads
G No lestriction on the withdra to members associate members and Plans Declared By Lago 2 Recently revised traffic regulations
wal of foreign curiencies or credits their guests
3 Traffic rules within the Lago
Over 7700 employees who participate in the Lago Thrift Foundation concession
Overseas Thrift Plan and Officers Provident Fund will benefit from 4 Motor vehicle inspection requi
the companys extra contribution that was announced this week Over rements
Fls 3250000 will be shared by the participants in amounts that vary 5 Examples of questions posed by
drivers license examiners
according to how much each employee has put into his thrift plan sav
6 The method of securing a
ings himself during the past year
drivers license and motor
This Fls 3250000 is in addition to credits The plan gives employees a
vehicle registration
the amounts contributed each pay means of saving regularly and at the
In the back of the booklet in color
period by the company to each par same time substantially increases
ticipants thrift account their savings by the amounts added are examples of all Aruba road signs
plus a picture demonstration of
The largest number of employees by the company
traffic
officers signals Liberally illustrated
who will benefit from
the extra contributions
with photographs and cartoons
aie in the Lago Thrift
the booklet also contains an
Foundation where G828 will receive Kellogg ta Empleando
explanation of vehicular stopping distance
the additional credits
Personal at various speeds and other
Each employee who is in the plan pa Proyecto data pertinent to safe driving
and that is over 99 per cent of those Di Construccion In his endorsement Gov Kwartsz
eligible will have credited to his pointed out that Many traffic rules
thrift account a fixed sum of Fls 25 based
are on common courtesy and
SmbM Pan American
IHSRI9gMNHflLm flb2sMf Kellogg
Corporation
$ Sy JIv tYi
plus 65 cents for each guilder he has
many are designed to prevent accidents
un afiliado di M W Kellogg Com
contributed to the plan during the
pany di Estados Unidos actualmente that could be fatal Arubas
past year ta empleando personal pa varios drivers are urged to study the traffic
For example a man making proyecto di construccion pa Lago regulations and obey them
Fls 400 a month with 10 per cent Un 200 trahador di constiuccion lo Copies of the booklet are available
of his pay going into the plan has woide emplea door di Kellogg pa cu from Esso dealers throughout the
contributed Fls 480 in a year At minza traha den futuio island Future motorists and new
A CONTRACT for the construction of cercano
addition to Laboratories
an 2
the same time the companys regular comers to the island may obtain copies
and 3 to house Un trabao di construccion
Laboratory 1 was signed Nov 16 by Lago and the Aruba cu Kellog
Construction Co The reinforced concrete structure part one story contribution of three per cent has lo had ta consisti di algun cambio at the Lago Police Department
part two story will join the west side of Laboratory 3 It is scheduled added Fls 144 to this employees den Cracking Coils No 9 y 10 cual lo The booklet was prepared by Lagos
to be completed in September 1954 to accommodate Oil Testing and savings during that time Now as resulta cu productonan di calidad mas Public Relations Department in conjunction
Knock Laboratory operations Estimated cost of the building and addi an additional company contribution halto por worde refina for di locual with the LPD and Aruba
tional facilities is Fls 660000 Shown left to right are M Hammers this man gets 65 cents for each ta woide traha police officials
nan awor
H Timmer Lago General Manager O S Mingus and P Wurtz guilder he contributed or 312 plus Dos otio trabaonan cada uno The first 50 copies of the booklet
the Fls 25 fixed sum or Fls 337 were presented to Dr Kwartsz by
UN CONTRACT construccion di dependiente di otro ta woide
ya
pa un adicion Laboratorio 2 3
na y pa Added to the legular monthly Lago Police Chief G B Brook In
inclui Laboratorio 1 worde firma Sulphur Removal Facilities
a Nov 16 door di Lago y Aruba Bouw ma
amounts this maken total of thanks the lieutenant
maatschappij E structura di concreto reinforza un parti di un piso a Planta Pa Saca Azufre y Planta di expressing his
e otro di dos lo uni na e parti pabao di Laboratorio 3 Fecha anticipa Fls 481 that the company has added Azufrc E Planta pa Saca Azufre lo governor said Lagos efforts to im
di completacion ta September 1954 E edificio lo acomoda Oil Testing y to his savings over the past year worde constiui na e lugar unda e prove highway safety become in
Knock Laboratory Costo calcula di e edificio y facilidadnan adicional Both refinery and marine personnel creasingly important as cars become
ta Fls 660000 benefit by the distiibution of these Continua na pagina 2 faster and more powerful
2 00177.jpg
ARUBA ESSO NEWS
November 20 1933
A MBA sNEWS Forces Kellogg For Organizing Lago
Construction Projects
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD Kellogg Pan American Corporation
Printed by the Curajaosche Courant Curasao NW I
an affiliate of M W Kellogg Com
pany of the United States is presently
Guide To Safe Driving Cla constiuction organizing piojects foices for Lago for several Some
200 constiuction workers will be
hiied by Kellogg to stait woik in
Pa Motoristanan di Aruba the near futuie
One construction job to be under
Un buki titula Guide To Safe Driving designa pa yuda motoristanan taken by Kellogg will consist of some
changes in Nos 9 and 10 Cracking
y promove seguridad ariba camina na Aruba a worde prepara
Coils which will permit the pioduc
door di Lago Police Department
tion of higher quality pioducts from
Conteniendo un introduccion di Dr L C Kwartsz Gezaghebber di the present feed stocks
Aruba e buki ta splica Two other jobs each dependent
1 Borchinan internacional cu ta on the other are called the Sulphur
marca caminanan di Aruba Removal Facilities and the Sulphur
2 Reglanan di trafieo levisa re Lago ta Declara Unit The Sulphcr Removal Facilities
cientemente will be constructed on the site of
Contribucion Extra
3 Reglanan di trafieo den con the old Hydio Plant located in the
cesion di Lago Den Thrift Plan Catalytic & Light Ends aiea This FIVE area businessmen appeared earlier this month before the Human
4 Requerimentonan di inspeccion unit will lemove hydiogen sulphide Relations Discussion Group sponsored by the Industrial Relations De
pa vehiculonan di motor Mas cu 7700 empleado cu ta paiti from lefinery gases The Sulphur partment of Lago Principal speaker at the event was Marien Koster
5 Muestra di preguntanan pa pa cipa den Lago Thrift Foundation Unit will be located in the Acid Plant second from right managing director of KLMs West Indies Division
sa examen di chauffeur Overseas Thrift Plan y Officers Pro area Using hydrogen sulphide from Also appearing were left to richt Olphert Kuyn KLM sales repre
6 E nietodo pa obtene un rijbe vident Fund lo lecibi beneficio di the Sulpher Removal Facilities this sentative Frederik Bauer KLM representative in the Netherlands
registracion di vehiculo di motor Antilles Godfried Eman director of Eman Trading and Andriaan
wijs y contribucionnan extra di Compania cu new unit will produce elemental
Pauw head of KLMs commercial department in the Netherlands
a worde anuncia seman pasa Mas sulphur similar to that now imported
Patras den e buki den color tin cu Fls 3250000 lo worde parti entra from the United States The sulphur
ehemplar di tur borchinan di trafieo participantenan den sumanan va pioduced will then be converted to CINCO comerciante di e area aki a aparece mas tempran e luna aki
na Aiuba y ademas un demonstracion riable dependiendo ariba cuanto cada sulphuric acid in Lagos present Acid dilanti Human Relations Discussion Group bao auspicio di Departamento
di Relaciones Industrial di
Lago Orador principal di
evento tabata
di senjalnan cu dirigidornan di tra Plant It is that the e
expected
contribui den su sulphur
empleado mes a Marien Koster segunda na banda drechi director di Division di West
fieo ta duna Ilustra liberalmente cu thrift plan durante ana pasa E produced in the new unit will make India di KLM Tambe oficiando tabata robez pa drechi Olphert Kuyn
retrato y pintura e buki ta contene Fls 3250000 aki ta en adicion na e Lago essentially self sufficient in representante di ventas di KLM Frederik Bauer representante di KLM
tambe un splicacion di distancia cu sumanan cu ta woide contribui cada this product den Antillas Holandes Godfried Eman director di Eman Trading y An
un vehiculo ta tuma pa para na va periodo di pago door di Compania na driaan Pauw hefe di departamento comercial di KLM na Holanda
rios velocidad y otro informacion per credito di cada participante Concert di Marian
teneciente na seguridad di trafieo E cantidad mas grandi di emplea
Den su introduccion Gobernador donan lo lecibi beneficio di Anderson Pa
cu e con KLM Official
Kwartsz ta splica cu Hopi reglanan Cites Airlines
tribucionnan extra ta den Lago Thrift
di trafieo ta basa ariba cortesia co Foundation den cual G828 miembro lo Nov 21 den Sport Park
mun y hopi ta designa pa pieveni
recibi credito adicional Execuiive Plan
Un programa di 60 minuto di mu Development
desgracia cu por ta fatal Chauffeur
Cada empleado cu ta participa den sica clasica di opera y musica popu
Aruba ta worde suplica
nan na pa
e plan e esey ta mas cu 99 poi lar lo worde ofreci gratis c anochi di
studia reglanan di trafieo y obedece ciento di esnan eligibel lo lecibi un November 21 na Lago Sport Park Marien Koster managing director of the Royal Dutch Airlines West
nan suma fiho di Fls 25 y ademas 65 canta pa Marian Anderson e contralto Indies Division brought forth aspects of employee relations within
Hendenan cu ta sinja corre auto of
cu yega nobo na e isla por obtene copia cents pa cada florin cu el a contribui sobresaliente di mundo KLMs world wide enterprise at a meeting of the Industrial Relations
den e plan durante ana pasa
Srta Anderson kende ta haciendo
di e buki na oficina di LPD y agen Human Relations Discussion Group Nov 10
Por ehemplo un homber cu ta
gana excursion na honor di Reina Elizabeth
tenan di Esso den henter e isla E Fls 400 pa luna y cu ta contiibui su bishita na Territorio di Ca Mr Koster pointed out that high on the list of activities in the KLM
buki tabata piepara door di Departa diez por ciento di su pago den e plan ribe lo cuminza canta 8 pm Su concert organization is executive development
mento di Relaciones Publicas di Lago lo a contribui Fls 480 den un ana lo ta bao auspicio di Junta di and training He emphasized this
en cooperacion cu LPD y oficialnan Na mes un tempo contribucionnan le Lago Sport Paik point by stating that KLMs practice
di poliz na Aruba gular di Compania di tres por ciento El lo canta for di un plataforma Usa is to have each employee know about
lo a agrega Fls 144 na leserva di situa dilanti di e tribuna principal y Kellogg ta the other fellows job We follow
tal empleado Awor como un contribucion for di un lugar encerra cu ta designa this approach he said because we
adicional di Compania e pa evita uso di microfoon 200 Trahador feel our employees can woik with
Press Day empleado aki ta lecibi 65 cents pa E audiencia lo worde acomoda den each other better if they realize the
Continued from page 1 cada florin cu el a contribui esta 312 e tribuna principal y tribuna legular Continua di paginct 1 aspects of the other mans job
ademas e Fls 25 fiho of total Lugar pa para lo ta disponibel sola He mentioned that KLMs qualifications
Lago Hospital and the Lago Vocational Fls 337 Conta hunto cu contribu mente na canto di e linja pa mirones Hydro Plant bieuw tabata situa den are very high in their attempt
School cionnan legular mensual di Compa Publico no ta permit pa bai ariba e bicindario di Catalytic & Light Ends to get the best personnel possible
Represented at the Press Day nia esaki ta alcanza un total di veld di hunga E planta aki lo saca hydrogen sulphide Language is a big factor as is mental
were from Curasao Today the Fls 481 cu Compania a agiega na Pa 8 pm Nov 22 Srta Anderson for di gasnan di lcfineiia E emotional and social maturity in
English and Spanish editions of La ressrva di tal empleado durante ana lo presenta un concert na Esso Club Planta di Azufre lo woide traha den flying personnel
Prensa Amigoe di Curacao pasa pa cual asiento mester worde reserva cercania di Acid Plant Usando Speaking of KLMs stewardesses
Beurs and Nieuwsberichten Week Tanto emplcadonan di lefineria como y miembronan miembronan asocia y hydiogen sulphide di e Planta pa Mr Koster told the group that during
blad Curacao La Union La di marina ta lecibi beneficio di nan invitadonan ta admit Saca Azufre e planta nobo aki lo initial interviews with candidates the
Cruz the Aneta press association distribucion di tal cieditonan E plan pioduci azufie elemental casi mescos reviewing board will speak French
and the Cuiom radio station ta duna empleadonan un medio pa Ganadornan di Beca cu e azufie cu ta woide importa German English and Dutch slip
The Arubaanse Courant The spaar legulaimente y na mes tempo awor for di Estados Unidos E azufre ping from one to the other testing the
Local The News and Chuchubi esaki ta aumenta nan leserva con A Haya Bon Punto produci lo woide convciti na acido candidates ability with languages If
were the Aruba publications repre siderablemente pa medio di e suma sulfurico den e Acid Plant actual di accepted the future stewardessses
sented nan cu Compania ta agiega Pa Promer Periodo Lago Ta woide speia cu e azufie take a thiee month training course
pioduci den e planta nobo lo haci cu They then are put on short domestic
Patricio Ras y Marciano Angela Lago mes lo tin e cantidad esencial flights and gradually graduate to
ganadornan di beca di estudio di Lago di e pioducto aki flights that have luncheon and dinner
Vocational School pa 1953 a mantene service When the stewardess has
e puntonan halto di mas cu 80 mes satisfactorily completed these flights
cos cu e ganadornan anteiior di beca she is then ready to handle any as
na e school cu nan ta atende na Hotel Loan Study signment from short to long over
Pennsylvania water flights
Contmued 1
Den un carta na LVS Maiciano a from page Mr Koster stated that physical fitness
repoita cu el a haya 80 pa physica is a very important factor in
83 pa historia 90 pa conducta 90 pa In older to meet the deadline the flight personnel The worlds oldest
Ingles 94 pa Algebra 95 pa Mate island council met Nov 10 and airline has programs set up to keep
matico geneial y 96 pa educacion approved the loan study The govern flight personnels physical fitness at
physico ment indicated however that completion a high standard Speaking of the
Patricio el a bisa a haya 80 pa of a contract would be dependent pilots he told the group of about 40
historia 85 pa educacion physico al upon negotiation of Mr Kipnis that all KLMs men are not Dutch
gebra y geometiia 88 pa Ingles y lequirements KLM employs English and American
90 pa conducta y quimica Appioval of the investigation was pilots and personnel from the areas
Maiciano a bisa cu el y Patricio a the fiist step towaid authorizing in which it operates
costuma caba na school y cu tur cos the government to boriow the Attending the session with Mr
i i r 19- k amigo el a bisa nan a cria interes in turn loan the money to Mr Kipnis sales repiesentative Frederik Bauer
den futbol y algun otio depoite Ame taking a mortgage on the hotel as KLM representative in the Netherlands
ricano y nan a bira fanatico di television collateral Mr Kipnis would repay Antilles Godfried Eman director
the loan with inteiest within 25 and
of Eman Trading Company
E muchanan a mira nicve cai pa years Andriaan Pauw head of KLMs com
di piomer biaha y Maiciano a bisa The proposed hotel expected to mercial department in the Netherlands
mi tabata desea pa nieve por a keda cost Fls 7500000 would have a
BEAUTIFUL costumes held the limelight at the Lago Club Oct 31 The cai te cuatro of cinco pia halto Du swimming pool cabanas or beach
costumed young men and ladies shown were judged to have worn the rante fin di siman tin ora nan ta bai club tennis courts and other rccica Schedule of Paydays
most outstanding gaib at the dance for members and guests of the na e camina den sero cu ta propiedad tion facilities The building would
Nurses Glee Club di Sr y Sra Frank Forgan ceica house in addition to guest rooms a Semi Monthly Payroll
kende nan ta keda Tambe nan a haci casino auditorium and solarium November 1 15 Monday Nov 23
BISTIRNAN bunita tabata na cantidad na Lago Club Oct 31 E jo en
di bisti bistirnan mas sobresaliente algun excursion educacional cu Allen several dining rooms and a night Monthly Payroll
nan munstra aki a worde juzga a e Dec 9
na e baile pa miembro y huespednan di Glee Club town High School club November 1 30 Wednesday
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reporter a bini hunto na e promer
Nov 14 with y
The Esso Rotterdam arrived at San Nicolas harbor
Dia di Piensa di Lago
her flag at half staff in memory of a crew member who fell overboard
Den un bishita di nuebe ora na e
at sea was plucked an hour later from a raging swell but who died refineria mas grandi di mundo awor
despite the heroic efforts of the men who rescued him na operacion e periodistanan a worde
His rescue in which the Rotterdam lost a lifeboat to the towering duna un oportunidad pa inspecciona
seas was an outstanding piece of sea planta cera conoci cu e hendenan cu
manship on the part of Capt Hendrik blasts sounded on the whistle When BBBBv gbi ^ dtBEBBB oaw f aBBBBJ ta guia e planta tende nan splicacion
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Rotterdam had been at breakfast floating face down in the water when E grupo representando 11 corant
only a few minutes the morning of its motor quit A seaman Frans J na Curasao y Aruba y ademas un
Nov 4 when a crew member noticed Tulling tied a rope about his waist stacion di Radio y un servicio di
that T J Doane an oiler was mis dove into the frigid water and swam CAPT JAMES MCNAB exhibits a 30 year smile as he accepts his certi prensa a worde yama bonbini na
sing from his legular place the remaining distance ficate for three decades of company service J Andreae makes the pre Centro di Recepcion y luego a worde
sentation to the first lake fleet employee to complete 30 years of service
Someone remembered seeing him on The lifeboat crew hauled both men hiba na Oficina Mayor
after the watch was aboard and wrapped them in blankets bishitantenan tende
deck shortly Aya e a pala
CAPT JAMES MCNAB ta exhibi un sonrisa di 30 anja mientras el ta
awakened at 7 am When a search of The swell was so high the men could acepta su ceitificato pa tres decenia di sericio cu Compania J Andreae bra di y a haci pregunta na
failed to locate Doane Capt not attempt artifical respiration then Gerente General O S kende
the ship ta haci e presentacion na e promer empleado di Lake Fleet cu ta cora- Mingus
Schol was notified and he ordered the and rowed the lifeboat back to the pleta 30 anja di servicio a actua como guiador di e conferen
ship put about at 745 ship Capt Schol said cia Superintendente General F E
The Rotterdam had left Holland At the Rotterdams side however Griffin kende a splica e operacion di
Nov 2 bound for Aruba and was the men found the seas made it impossible First Lake Fleet Scholarship Boys Compania y C F Smith superintendente
running according to the captain to hook the lifeboats falls di Service and Staff Depart
through confused west and northwest Two lines were then put about Mr 30 Year Button Goes 1si Period Grades ments kende a papia ariba relacion
swells 10 to 15 feet high when Doane who was lifted aboard the men di empleado
the ship turned around and retraced went up a rope ladder and the lifeboat To Capt James McNab 80 Or Above Despues di e conferencia di dos ora
its course was secured on a line astern e periodistanan a haci un paseo den
We had four men in the crows The line broke two hours later and The Marine Department reached a refineria bishitando Storehouse Main
nest Capt Schol related and had because of the fast running swell the milestone in employee history Nov 6 The Lago Vocational Schools 1953 Shops Acid y Edeleanu Plant y Cat
steamed about 25 minutes close to lifeboat was abandoned when Capt James McNab became the scholarship winners Marciano Angela Plant
six miles when the first officer At 927 the Rotterdam put about first Lake Fleet employee to receive a and Patricio Ras have upheld the Comida a worde sirbi na Esso
Maynard C van der Vliet spotted the again and headed for Aruba An examination 30 year award J Andreae Marine scholastic standards set by previous Club unda C Hochstuhl Jr editor di
man from the bridge of Mr Doane could determine Department manager made the presentation scholarship students by not receiving Aruba Esso News a papia ariba compania
Mr Doane the captain said was no heart beat or pulse but the less than 80 in the first marking su relacionnan cu prensa Despues
thrashing about in the tossing swells ships officers working in shifts Capt McNab presently in command period at the Allentown Pennsylvania di comida e bishitantenan a bai
calling and flailing his arms in the started administering artifical respiration of the SS Boscan began his bishita Lago Hospital y School di
school
high attending
they are
water As the captain ordered full seagoing career as an apprentice with Ofishi di Lago
astern on the engines three life preservers Five hours later when the man Messrs Andrew Weir & Company of In a letter to the LVS faculty Representa na e Dia di Prensa
were thrown to the man gave no indication of regaining con London in 1918 In March 1923 he tabata di Curacao Today edicion
Marciano reported he received 80 in
The captain ordered a starboard ciousness the attempts at resuscitation was assigned to the tanker Inverar Ingles y Spanol di La Prensa
stern lifeboat put over the side The were abandoned All our efforts der as third officer and later served physical education 83 in history 90 Amigoe di Curacao Beurs- en
ship was rolling 15 to 20 degrees and were in vain Capt Schol said but aboard the Inverrurie in conduct 90 in English 94 in alge Nieuwsberichten Weekblad Curacao
we had trouble launching the boat you have to try A capable seaman early in his bra 95 in general mathematics and La Union La Cruz asocia
the captain said Then because of Mr Doane 52 unmarried and a youth Capt McNab obtained his 96 in physics cion di prensa Aneta y radio Stacion
the high swell the men in the lifeboat native of Holland was first employed masters certificate in July 192G Curom
couldnt see the man by Esso Netherlands in May 1952 when he was only 23 years of age Patricio he said leceived 80 in Arubaanse Courant The Local
With the ships whistle the captain He signed aboard the Rotterdam The following year he left the SS history 85 in physical education The News y Chuchubi tabata e
directed the lifeboat toward Mr last July Inverglass and joined the SS San algebra and geometry 88 in English publicacionnan di Aruba cu tabata representa
Doane When the boat was on the Capt Schol put in at Ponta Delgar Nicolas of the Lago Shipping Company and 90 in conduct and chemistry
right course the whistle blew without da the Azores reported the death to as chief officer He served
interruption When it veered to the Netherlands consul there and sailed aboard the San Nicolas one year
the right the captain had short single for Aruba Nov 7 before returning home on vacation Eilandsraad ta Aproba Estudio
On his second contract with the Lago
Aruba Shipping as chief Company officer he of arrived the Punta in Pa Financia Proposicion di Hotel
Gorda Shortly after this assignment
Veierans Remember War Dead he was appointed master of the SS Eilandraad di Aruba siman pasa a autoriza gobierno pa investiga e
Inverlago For the next 10 years he posibilidad pa presta Fls 4000000 pa yuda traha un hotel di 200 apar
commanded the Ambrosio Surinam tamento na Palm Beach
and Punta Gorda Eilandraad a aproba e investigacion despues cu Irving Kipnis un
In 1938 Capt McNab was sent to Americano explotador di hotel a combini pa produci Fls 3000000 en
Trieste to oversee the construction of
camoio pa e derecno pa opera un
the Quiriquire When the vessel was
completed he took command and hotel 4 Exempcion di belasting pa 10
Aceptacion tentativo di proposicion
brought her to Aruba Here he re anja
di Si. Kipnis a socede despues cu
di
mained master of the vessel until 5 Simplificacion legulacion
1943 Eilandraad a studia ties otio plan nan pa tux ista
designa pa duna Aruba un parti den
6 restriccion iba 1am
Ningun ax
From 1943 to 1945 he was ashore
e industria floreciente di turismo den di moneda of edito estran
in the Marine Office He later had tamento cx
assignments as supernumerary and Caribe Ningun combenio cntre gobierno di hexo
relieving master 7 E derecho pa emplea architect
Aruba y e capitalista Americano
During 194G and 1947 he command ingeniero y personal di construccion
kend2 segun ta bisa tin intcres den
ed the ocean tankers SS Dean Emery estx anhero y pa importa material di
361 hotel a woide firma ainda Sr
and SS George G Henry Aboard tx aha y mubla
Kipnis no a comete su mes tampoco
the latter he made several voyages to 8 Ai uba mester duna e sitio uti
pa investa e placa na Aruba Eiland
the west coast of South America lidad y camina
raad na otro banda no a decidi pa
He assumed command of the Boscan 9 Accion tocante e pxoposicion
acepta e proposicion Cerramcnto di
in 1947 mester worde tuma promer cu Nov
contract un oficial di gobierno a bisa
nmtmmi lo depende ariba resultado di nego 12
-m ciacionnan subsequente Pa enconti a e fecha final Eiland
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Mas promer e anja aki Sx Kipnis raad a tene reunion Nov 10 y a aproba
tBBBBBBBBB OBITUARIES
? ifiisuif MSS1 investigacion di Sinembax-go
e prestamo
a haci un paseo den Caribe buscando
fijHKkBBlliil Paul D Wallace un sitio pa traha un hotel luhoso cual gobienio a indica cu cerra
lo mester atrae turistanan for di mento di e contract lo depende ariba
BRITISH EX SERVICEMEN stand at attention while being reviewed Paul D Wallace a first lieutenant
di Sr
America del Norte Sur El bishita negociacion di demandanan
by left to right Reginald in the Lago Police y a
Dudley Capt J Dourlein and British Consul Department Kipnis
Aruba inspecta Palm Beach despues
W G Guthrie The ex servicemen joined with members of the Marines died Nov 10 at the age of y
bisa di Aprobacion di investigacion ta
e
a representantenan e
56 Born in Vt he
representatives of the American Wateibury
Legion and the Church Lads Brigade isla cu Aiuba ta mas na halto ariba bata di promer paso pa autoriza go
was first employed by Lago in
in a Remembrance Day service at the Anglican Church Rev Fr Ij mi lista bierno pa presta Fls 4000000 Go
1933 He is survived by and
a son
Allen vicar of Holy Cross Church conducted the service in memory of daughter Si un combenio por worde alcanza bierno en turno lo piesta e placa na
those who lost their lives in the last two global wars el a bisa el lo pone Fls 3000000 Sr Kipnis cu un hypotheek ariba e
Alexander II Shaw ariba mesa y completa un hotel hotel Sr Kipnis lo bolbe paga e
dentro di un anja Sinembax go el ta prestamo cu interes dentx o di 25
EX SOLDANAN INGLES ta Alexander H Shaw 57 assistant
para na atencion mientras nan ta worde pidi anja
inspecta pa robez pa drechi Reginald Dudley Capt J Dourlein y Con Process died Nov Division 15 from superintendent 1 Un prestamo di gobierno pa E hotel proponi cual lo costa
sul Ingles W G Guthrie E ex soldanan a join cu miembronan di Mari sustained in injuries Fls 4000000 contra un hypotheek di Fls 7500000 lo tin un baki di
an automobile acci
niers representantcnan di Legion Americano y Church Lads Brigade den dent Mr Shaw had 28 25 anja ax iba e hotel landa cabana cancha di tennis y otx o
over years 2 Un permit libro exclusivo facilidadnan di recreacion Ademas di
servicio di Remembrance pa
un Day Misa
na Anglicano Rev Fr Ij Allen of service Surviving are his wife
vicario di Holy Cross Church conduci casino pa un termino di 10 anja salanan e edificio lo contene un ca
a e servicio en memoria di esnan and mother
3 Un pex mit libro pa bebida pa sino auditox io y solarium varios sala
cu a perde nan bida durante ultimo dos guerra global
10 anja di como y un night club
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
No
ember 20 1953
To separate each fraction from the boratories 1 and 2 for such data as
crude the TB stills are operated their specific gravity vapor pressure
under atmospheiic pressure until the knock characteristics and sulfur
still temperature approaches GOO content This information is also le
Assays Vital To Worlds Major Oil Interests degrees Fahicnheit the point at ported in the price evaluation assay
which many crudes stait to crack but is augmented by more specific
information about the gasolines combustion
Cracking Avoided qualities
In order to avoid cracking Blends of the other fractions
which changes the moleuclar stiuct kerosene gas oil lube oil and bottoms
Lagos TB Stills Are Having urc of the crude and thus destroys a each come in for searching
true assay the atmospheric pies analysis They are examined to find
sure is reduced and the distillation the combustion conditions under
goes on in a paitial vacuum Under which burning kerosene will fiist
lower pressure the crude need not ba stait to smoke the temperature at
Their Busiest Year To Date heated past the ciacking point to which gas oil vapors will burst into
rise as a vapor through the still flames the affect of temperatuie
tower changes on the flow qualities of the
Throughout the operation cuts or lube oils the tensile strength of the
samples of the condensed vapors aie bottoms destined to be used for
collected to be blended later for paving
blends such as San Joaquin which analysis Under atmospheric distilla With information such as this
combines the production of several tion the laboratory seeks to determine coupled with data on the crudes per
small fields what percentage of the ciude formance within the still Lago and
The more frequent shoit form will be distilled at a pre dctei mined other Cieole customers are able to
assay includes data on the crudes temperature select the ciudes which will best serve
true boiling point or distillation curve Under vacuum distillation the la their refining piocesses and product
the percentage and quality of its boratory pre selectes the volume of specifications
napthas refined oil gas oil lube and the cut usually three peicent of Today the TB stills are averaging
bottoms the charge and rccoids the tem 10 assays each month their busiest
The price evaluation assay is an perature to which the ciude must be year to date In addition they aie
expansion of the short form It contains raised to yield this peicentage being used as pilot units on some of
such data as the engine knock A conversion table gives the oper Lagos processes and products .
the crudes gasoline will pioduce the ator the atmospheiic temperature at Two foieign staff and eight staff
temperature at which its kerosene which the distillation would be taking and regular employees make up the
will flash the lowest temperature place were it not in a vacuum These groups personnel The foieign staff
at which its diesel oils will pour the equivalent temperatures determine employees are chemical engineers
percentage of insoluble materials in the cuts which will later be blended The staff and regular employees are
IHjK v f V*flF 9HVfP9 CjE 1 iSR yttfaBBjBIWPEik Blfci $
-m mB its bottoms for analysis men who started in Laboratory No 1
In addition to Lago Creole sells The first cut is taken when the and woiked their way thiough the
ciude to other refiners Its pi ices like vapor leaving the ciude under atmospheric tester ranks to TB still assignments
those of any other commercial enterprise pressure reaches 250 degiees Because of the teachnical nature of
are based on the value of its Combined with the heavier gases the still woik positions within the
products This value in turn is based which weie condensed earlier in the group junior laboratoiy assistant
on a number of factors one of stabilizer this cut forms the first laboratory assistant or senior labo
which is the cost of refining the crude blend ratory assistant aie generally in
into finished products Additional cuts are taken as the the higher classifications and are
For instance crudes which have a vapor temperature rises through the eageiiy sought by laboratory employees
high sulfur content are relatively atmospheric and vacuum ranges
more expensive to refine because the These cuts are later combined to form Most of those curiently in the
corrosive sulfur must be lemoved Or blends of the lightest heaviest and group augmented their laboratory
crudes which yield highly acidic gas intermediate weight fractions training with courses in advanced
oils must be treated with costly chemicals mathematics chemistry physics mechanical
Blends Analyzed still and other subjects
to neutralize the acid operation
However crudes which may not be For the short form assay the offered by the Technical Service
profitable sources of one product may gasoline blends are analyzed in La Department
be excellent for another Mara crude
for example is not as good a source
of high quality gasoline as other
crudes from Creoles Western Division
but it yields a high percentage
of good grade keiosene and heating
oil
On the other hand most of the oil
produced in the companys Eastern
Division yields a relatively small
amount of fuel oil but is compara
tively high in gasoline content
Other ciudes are valuable by-product
sources The San Joaquin Blend
which is rich in gasoline also contains
lube oils which are about 48
percent wax This wax goes into the
manufactuie of milk cartons waxed
THIS True Boiling Point still one of five operated by Lago is
having its busiest year to date helping decide the ecntual use of paper and hundreds of other products
various Venezuela crudes At left L E Carmichael adjusts the heat
at the base of the still tower while W L A Ponse draws a cut
Assays Help Set Price
E STILL AKI pa determina e temperatura berdadero cu azeta crudo ta
herbe uno di e cinconan na operacion na Lago ta pasando su aiia Through the TB still assays which
mas ocupa te awe yudando pa decidi e uso eventual di varios crudo di Creole pays Lago to conduct Venezuelas
Venezuela Na banda robez L E Carmichael ta controla e candela na largest producer may pio
pia di c tower di e still mientras W L A ta tuma un muestra perly price its ciudes and accurately
describe their qualities to piospective
X- purchasers
The stills that make up the TB
battery are located on a porch behind
Fifty gallons of crude oil came to Lago last month Unlike millions the
Laboratory No 3 In contrast to
of other gallons they did not arrive in the tanks of a ship but in a roar and bustle which surround the
barrel They were not to be refined for sale as petroleum products but units within the refinery proper they
for the story they had to tell operate in a quiet punctuicd only by
Waiting to help write the story was a group of midget stills whose the chug chug of a water cuiculator
daily production is a drop in the or the wheeze of a vacuum pump
a drum of crude frequently from This atmosphere is in
bucket compared to that of their big laboratory
brothers but whose few gallons have a new well sometime fiom a le dicative of the nature of the assay
a far reaching effect on the operations worked well or sometime from a woik Pressure temperatuie and
of the worlds largest producing shipping terminal storage tank in other factors affecting the distilla
refining team which the production of a number of tion of the crude are rigidly controlled
wells is combined to Lagos Technical decisions vital to
Set up as pilot units for basic re because
fining processes and products these Service Department Experimen many of the worlds major oil interests
stills are used to determine the per tal and Development Laboratory are based in part on the
centage of various fractions the crude assay lesults
oils will yield The fractions are later Two Types Of Assays Striving for maximum accuracy
analyzed to determine their quality There the crude is run through the the operator charges a measured
This quantity and quality information laboratorys Tiue Boiling Point stills batch of crude usually 18 to 22
is vital to the Creole Petroleum to provide information for two types gallons to the still where the oil
Corp which produces thousands of of reports a so called short fiom is heated
barrels of crude each day from its assay or a price evaluation assay The lighter gases driven off by the A STEADY stieam of cuts moes from the TB stills to this work
API gravity
bench where Ramon Crocs left is shown taking their
wells in Venezuela and to Lago Short form assays are usually conducted heat pass into a stabilizer where B F Dirksz center is recording the various cuts taken while J A
which refines a good share of Creoles on new crudes or blended for the short foim assay the Richardson is checking their weight
production crude streams Price evaluation lightest are separated measured and
Once weve got the crude weve assays are conducted once every two released In the price evaluation assay UN FLUIO CONSTANTE di muestra ta move for di TB stills pa c
got to know what its good for was years on established ciudes such as these gases are measured collected mesa di trabao unda Ramon Croes banda robez ta munstra tumando
the way one executive put it those produced in the Mara Tia and analyzed for their ethane meth nan graidad segun API B F Dirksz centro ta anotando e varios
In order to find out Creole sends Juana or other fields or on crude ane and propane content muestranan cu a worde tuma mientras J A Richardson ta check nan peso
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1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
No ember 20
drove the fabled whalers from the
cQ rubu 0 sea It is ironic that the whaling in
dustry which lost its mass markets
to less expensive petroleum products
must depend upon the oil industry
for essential diesel oils heating fuels
clOk and other refinery products in
supplying the specialty markets it
retains today
The whaling industry is a good
costomer of Lago products The five
factories which will call this month
Xhe thread of a story first spun
will load some 579000 barrels of fuel
between England and Norway
oil 30000 barrels of diesel oil and
weaved through Aruba
in October
1300 barrels of gas oil In addition
earlier this month and then wound
will
they purchase a large quantity
down through the Atlantic to the of perishable supplies and some
island of South Georgia staples from Aruba chandlers
By next May the thread having Sperm Whale Is King
the cold seas of
cris crossed chip
The whale is the king of the seas
the South Atlantic and Antarctic and the sperm is the king of the
and worked its way back to Eng I FF 1 111 mrtE-fcs-1 whales He is fast clever and vicious
land will have been woven into the and so difficult to catch that the
stoiy of the 1954 whaling season f IwJfl W 1 r4Iw as ^^' commission seldom closes the season
The story will be another volume on him
in the history of the men who for It was in 1712 that a Nantucket
over 600 years first from shore harpooner threw his lance into the
and then fiom ship have risked first sperm whale taken When he
life and fortune to hunt the worlds was rendered and found to be 75 per
largest mammal cent oil the word spread and the
Five of the ships which will be sperm soon eclipsed the right whale
principal characters in the story will so named because it was the
bunker at Lago this month then head right whale to catch as the
for the whaling grounds where spring prime target for every whaling expedition
is now giving way to summer
Also heading south wheie the Weighing sometime close to 15
waters at this time of year are heavy tons he is a prodigious eater
with plankton shrimp squid octopus equipped with hooked teeth and a
and other foods aie a dozen diffeient head which comprises one third
types of whales bound for a rendezvous HUDDLED together like a mother whale and her nursing calf the S S Cumarebo reverses the roles here as of his body almost as hard as the
with death she pumps 10000 barrels of fuel oil aboard the Southern Ventuier a British whale factory The lake ocean floor against which he crushes
The first whale factory to call tanker topped off the whaler outside San Nicolas harbor to save the ships having to negotiate the en the squid and octopus which largely
this year at Lago was the Southern trance fully loaded comprise his diet
Ventuier built in 1945 and operated
GRUPA HUNTO mescos cu un bayena mama y su yiu S S Cumarebo ta troca e rolnan aki mientras e ta pomp You open up any sperm whale
by Chr Salvesen and Co Five hundred 10000 barril di fuel oil abordo di Southern Venturer un factoria Ingles E lake tanker a caba di yena e bayene youll find buckets full of beaks from
and fifty five feet long with a 10 pafor di haaf di San Nicolas pa scapa e bapor pa mester sali completamente carga for di entrada di haaf the octopus hes eaten a cooker
beam of 74 feet the Venturer had foreman aboard the Abraham Lar
487 men 134 live pigs and three cats
International Whaling Commission based on the blue whale which are not permitted aboard the Soviet sen one of the factories which
aboard reduced the number of whale units makes up one unit Two fin whales factory and her inspector is a na called earlier this month said
The Pigs Wont Be Back to be taken duiing the season equal one blue two-and-one-half tional it is not known whether the The sperm is the Joe Louis of the
If all goes well the ship the men The commission represents nations humpback whales equal one blue or Russians obey the commissions rules whale world Harpooned he becomes
and the cats will be coming back next which have whaling industries and six sei whales equal one blue Basques First Whalers a savage assailant W H Millar
May The pigs wont Theyll be used operates out of a headquarters at 20 Factories In Fleet The thread of the story these ships whaling inspector aboard the Venturer
to provide pait of the fresh meat the Sandefjoid Norway Commission The 20 factories which will be on will spin is believed to have been described his fight this way
men need to fight the weather and ships aie continually on the seas the grounds this year will be allowed started by th3 Basques who speared The sperm looks back to see where
fatigue which are part of their 12 counting the whale population Actinj to take 15500 units between Jan 2 whales from shore in the 10th century the harpoon came from and spots the
hour working day in one of the seas on this census the commission sets and April 17 If the limit is reached Whales are believed to have catcher which is backing off to keep
most hazaidous enterprises the number of units which may be before that date the commission will been taken off Newfoundland in the tension on the harpoon line and because
The Venturer sailed Oct 17 from safely taken each year without end declare the season closed 14th century but it remained for the the gunner knows the whale
Newcastle-on-Tyne England for angering the whale supply On the basis of its census the Dutch 200 yeais later to organize will charge
Tonsberg Norway to pick up its One or moie whaling inspectors commission has postponed the opening the first whaling expedition And he does every time That
gunners and other crew members employed by the country whose flag of the blue whale season to Jan which sailed from Spitsbergen propellor turning just beneath the
and then headed for Aruba the ship flies is aboaid each factory 16 but will allow the whalers to The whale factories still use today boat drives him crazy and he goes
Bluff bowed riding high in the His job is to list the sex age weight take as many humpback whales as in an improved form the flensing for it with that tough head Last year
water with lumber and rope and length and other information about they can in four days Last year the technique of removing the blubber sperms disabled three of our catchers
cables and pig stys and spare parts each whale killed and to report in limit on the slow swimming ugly and rendering its oil which the Dutch by breaking the blades off the pro
covering her decks the ship arrived fractions of the commission lules humpback was 1250 in three days invented pellors Theyre big theyre tough and
at San Nicolas harbor Nov 10 and These too are designed to protect Making up the fleet will be 12 With the discoveiy of the New theyre mean If you dont hit them
tied up at the No 1 Finger Pier the whale fiom extinction Chasers Norwegian factories three British World the industry moved to Long right you may have to fight them
She took aboard 1277 ban els of are not allowed to kill cows with including the Southern Harvester Island and Massachusetts where half a day
gas oil 5365 barrels of diesel oil and calves for example nor those which sister ship to the Venturer two New Bedfoid became the whaling The sperm is not the only
most of 105365 barrels of fuel oil are lactating Japanese one Dutch one Panamanian capital of the world The Massachusetts ivhale in the sea How the others
Because her fully loaded draft would Each day the factory radios to and one Russian port held the title until about are hunted by brave and skillful
make the harbor entrances difficult Sandefjord the number of units Russia is represented on the commission 1850 when the Civil War and the development men will be told in the Dec 4 issue
to negotiate the Venturer was killed that day The unit system is but in-as-much as outsiders of the peti oleum industry of the Aruba Esso Neivs
topped off outside the reef by the
SS Cumarebo a lake tanker which
tied up alongside and delivered the
last 10000 ban els of fuel oil Aruba Inclui den
On Nov 11 the aptly named Venturer HistoriadiTemporada1954di Bayena
sailed from Aruba and headed
down the east coast of South Ameri Curso di un storia cu a principia na October entre Inglaterra y Norwega haaf Southern Venturer a hala pa cu ta lastra e bayenanan morto hiba
ca for the 21 day trip to the island a traversa isla di Aruba mas tempran c luna aki y a sigui su for di rif unda S S Cumarebo un na e factoria y e remolcador cu ta
of South Georgia a Faulkland Island rumbo den Atlantico te na isla di Sur Georgia lake tanker cual a mara canto di dje lastra cualkier di e cazadornan of
dependency about 1000 miles due east a entiega e ultimo 10000 barril di otro botonan cu danja
Pa luna di Mei otro storia lo
of the anja e a traversa awanan frio di Sur
southern tip of Argentina fuel oil E anja aki Southern Venturer lo
There Chr Salvesen and Co maintains Atlantico y Antarctico y regresa pa Inglaterra y lo forma historia di
Nov 11 Southern Venturer a sa opera cu nuebe cazador dos menos cu
a year round station at Leith temporada di 1954 di bayena Porconan Lo No Bolbe li for di Aruba y a sigui costa oriental anja pasa pa motibo cu International
Harbor which was named for the E storia lo ta un otio capitulo den
di Ameiica del Sur ariba un viaje Whaling Commission a reduci e can
home historia di hombernan Si tur cos bai bon e bapor e hom
companys port in Scotland A e kende du
di 21 dia cu lo hibele Sur Georgia un tidad di unidad di bayena cu por wor
skeleton crew spends the off season rante mas cu 600 anja promer for bernan y e pushinan lo bolbe otio
dependencia di Islanan Falkland mas de mata durante e temporada
maintaining tankage facilities aux di terra y despues for di ariba bar anja na Mei E porconan no Nan lo
of menos 1000 milla pa riba di e pun E comision ta representa nacion
iliary craft riska bida fortuna worde usa como paiti di e carni fies
whaling and other co a
equip y pa cap
to zuid di Argentina nan cu tin industria bayenero y ta
ment tura animal di mundo co cu e hombernan mester pa biinga
e mas grandi
Aya Chr Salvesen y Co ta man opera for di Sandefjord Norwega
contra clima fatiga ta di
cu paiti
y
Hunt Is Annual Gamble Cinco di e bapornan protogonista tene un stacion henter anja largo na Barconan di e comision ta continua
nan 12 ora di trabao pa dia den un
The Venturer was scheduled to den c storia lo bunker na Lago c luna di e empresanan mas peligioso di la Leith Harbor yama segun puerto do mente ariba lamar contando popula
spend four days clearing her decks aki y despues sigui pa tcrrenonan mar mestico di e compania na Schotland cion di bayena Trahando cu e infor
tanks and cargo holds of equipment di bayena unda primavcra ta habri Southern Venturer a sali Oct 17 Un tripulacion chikito ta pasa e tempo macion aki e ta establece e cantidad
and fuel getting ready to put to camina pa verano for di Newcastle-on-Tyne Inglatena fuera di temporada manteniendo di unidadnan cu por worde mata
sea for the annual gamble Viajando sur tambe unda den e pa Tcnsberg Norwega pa busca su facilidadnan di tanki y otro herment tur anja y ainda preserva e cantidad
Of the 487 men aboard the ship tempo aki di anja e awanan ta yen cayoneionan y otio tripulantenan y nan auxiliar Un of mas inspector emplea door
189 were English the rest were di plankton camaron octopus cebo despues a coi lumbo pa Aiuba Tiramento Ta Juego Anual di e pais di cual e bapor ta carga e
Norwegian The Norwegians form the y otro cuminda ta como un dozijn di Cu un boeg rondo sintando halto Southern Venturer lo mester a bandera ta abordo di cada factoria
bulk of the crews of the chasers ferente soito di bayena destina pa un ariba madera Su trabao ta pa registra sexo edad
awa cu y cabuya y pasa cuatro dia pa descarga su dek
the trawler size craft which aie used encuentro cu moito cable di peso largura y otro informacion to
y cura porco y acesorionan tankinan y bodeganan di carga pre
to hunt the whales the buoy boats E factoria di cante cada bayena mata y reporta
promer bayena cu plama ariba su dek e bapor a yega parando pa coi lamar pa e juego
which haul the dead whales to the a drenta na Lago e anja aki tabata haaf di San Nicolas Nov 10 y a anual infraccion di reglanan di e comision
factory ship and the towboat which Esakinan tambe ta designa pa
Southern Ventuier traha na 1945 mara na Finger Pier No 2 Di e 487 hombernan abordo 189
doubles as a buoy boat and tug for Chr Salvesen Co Cinco proteha e bayenanan di caba Caza
y opera pa y El a carga 1277 barril di gas oil tabata Ingles e resto tabata Nor
broken down chasers cien y cincuenta y cinco pia largo cu 5365 barril di diesel oil y como wega Norweganan ta forma nucleo dornan no ta permiti pa mata bayena
This year the Venturer will un hanchura di 74 cu yiu chikito por ehemplo ni tam
pia c bapor aki 105305 barril di fuel oil Pa motibo di tripulacion di e cazadornan e
operate with nine chasers two fewer tabatin 487 homber 134 poico bibo cu ora el ta completamente carga lo barconan parcuw cu ta worde usa poco bayena cu ta bebe ainda
than it used last year because the y tres pushi aboido ta dificil pa el sali for di entrada di pa cone e bayenanan e buoy boats Continua na pagina 6
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
November 20 1933
Waste Pushing Lagos Utility Bill Aruba Inclui Two Mechanical
Toward FIs 12000000 This Year Den Continua Historia di pagina 5 Win Department Promotions Men
Tur dia e factoria ta manda un Two Mechanical Department employees
The electricity we see in thunderstorms telegram pa Sandefjord pa reporta e James C Johnson and Fe
cantidad di unidadnan mata dia derico V Christiaans have been
e ey
the rain that falls the
What A Leak Costs E sistema di unidad ta basa ariba e promoted to zone foieman and car
heat of the sun and the air we
bayena blauw cual ta forma un unidad penter subforeman respectively
breathe are free But to use electricity NA FIs Year Dos Mr Johnson first
per bayena di fin ta igual na was employed by
water heat and air in refining un bayena blauw dos y mitar bayena Lago in March 1948 as a subfore-man-pipe
oil Lago spent over FIs 11000000 humpback ta un blauw of scis bayena In August 1950 he was
last year sei ta igual na un blauw promoted to foreman pipe and has
Size of
Compressed Process Fresh
That much money was needed to ope E 20 factorianan cu lo ta den e frequently served as acting zone fore
rate the electric generators to pump Opening Air Steam Water terrenonan e anja aki lo ta permiti man since that date
sea water throughout the refinery pa mata 15500 unidad entre Jan 2 Mr Christiaans who has over 11
or purify it for use as fresh watei y April 17 Si e limite woide alcanza years of service was first employed
to heat water to produce steam to 1 85 64 290 promer cu e fecha aki e comision lo as an apprentice D in the Lago Vocational
compress air into a source of power 32 declara e temporada cerra School from which he graduat
to pay the men who did the work Ariba base di su census e comision ed in 1946
and to buy the necessary materials a pospone habrimento di e temporada Assigned to the carpenter craft he
Another factor increasing the cost di bayena blauw te Jan 10 pero lo worked through the helper and carpenter
was waste This we can do something 340 256 1160 permiti e bayeneronan pa mata mes grades until December 1951
about Steam escaping through a hole 6 tanto bayena humpback cu nan por when he was promoted to carpenter
about the size of the letter o on den cuatro dia Anja pasa e limite A He was made a temporary sub
this page would cost the company ariba e humpback mahos cu ta landa foreman in January of this year and
some FIs 64 a year Hissing through poco poco tabata 1250 den tres dia was permanently assigned Nov 1
a hole the diameter of a lead pencil % $ 1360 1024 4640 Formando c flota lo ta 12 factoria
the escaping steam would cost Norwega tres Ingles incluyendo
FIs 4000 in the same period Southern Harvester un bapor
These leaks apparently insigni filiaal di Southern Venturer dos
ficant in themselves are multiplied Japoncs un Holandes un Panamenjo
into thousands of guilders by the Y4U $ 5440 4096 18560 y un Rusiano
volume of Lagos operations Russia ta represents den e comision
Electricity is not generally consi pero en cuanto cu hendenan di
dered to be subject to leakage but afor no ta permiti ariba e factoria
unnecessary use of electric lights Sovietico y su inspector ta un nacio
represents a loss both in the electric %" | 12240 9216 41800 nal no ta conoci si e Rusianonan ta
power consumed and in the cost of obedece reglanan di e comision
the bulbs burned out The saving
Basquenan Promer Bayenero
gained by turning off an unused light
E storia cu e bapoman lo describi J C Johnson F V Christiaans
is small but the effort required to
flip a switch is even smaller Lago ta Pidi Empleadonan e anja aki probablemente a principia
The employee who spots leaks 600 anja pasa door di Basquenan cu Clarance Cremony
shrugs his shoulders and does nothing Bisa Foreman Ora Tin Leak tabata tira bayena for di terra den Marie C Marucheau
about them is the fellow whos hel Siglo 10 Den siglo 14 segun historia
bill this ta conta algun bayena a worde cap
ping push Lagos utility year Plan to Retire
toward FIs 12000000 E electricidad cu nos ta mira den relampago e awa cu ta yobe e turd dilanti costa di Newfoundland
Helping him are employees who calor di e solo y e aire cu nos ta respira tur ta gratis Pero pa usa pero ta Holandesnan 200 anja des Two employees whose combined
see fresh water or steam or hear electricidad awa y aire pa refina azeta Lago a gasta mas di pues a organiza di promer expe service totals over 35 years will retire
dicion di bayena Spitsbergen Jan 1 Clarance D
They
FIs 11000000 anja pa are
compressed air escaping and ignore pasa
E factorianan ta usa awendia den Cremony a pipefitter C in the
them see electric lights burning Tur e suma aki tabata necesario pa opera e generadornan electrico
un forma mehora e tecnico di flen Mechanical Department and Marie C
pa pomp awa di lama pa e plantanan
sing di saca su gordura y obtene e Marucheau a press operator in the
den refineria of pa purifica e awa azeta a worde inventa door di Ho laundry
pa e worde usa como awa dushi pa
landesnan Mr Cremony was first employed by
cayenta awa pa produci stiem pa Cu descubrimento di Mundo Nobo Lago as a laborer pipe in November
comprimi aire den un fuente di for
e industria a move pa Long Island y 1933 Three years later he became a
za e hendenan cu a haci e
pa paga Massachusetts unda New Bedford a pipefitter helper B and in 1938 was
trabao y pa cumpra e materialnan bira capital di bayena mundo the
na promoted to grade at which he
necesario
Puerto di Massachusetts a tene titulo will retire He will return to St
Un otro factor cu ta aumenta e te mas of menos 1850 tempo cu Maarten
costo tabata perdida Tocante esaki Guerra Civil y desaroyo di industria Miss Marucheau who will retire
nos por haci algo Stiem cu ta bai di petroleo a corre e bayeneronan fa with more than 15 years of service
perdi for di un buraco di mas o menos buloso for di lamar was first employed as a senior ap
e grandura di e letter o ariba e pa Industria di bayena ta un bon clien prentice B in the laundry She later
gina aki lo costa Compania como te di productonan di Lago E cinco served as a laundress irone feeder
FIs 64 pa anja E stiem cu ta bai factorianan cu lo drenta e luna aki and shirt sleeve ironer before achieving
perdi suplando door di un buraco cu lo carga como 579000 barril di fuel her present grade of double press
un diametro di un potlood lo costa oil 30000 barril di diesel oil y 1300 operator
FIs 4000 den e mes periodo barril di gas oil Ademas nan lo She will remain in Aruba
cumpra un gran cantidad di mercan
Electiicidad generalmente no ta cia for di proveedornan na Aruba
considera cu lo e lek pero uso in
necesario di luz electrico ta forma un Bayena Macho Ta Key
STEAM leaks can occur in many places Pictured are two recent perdida tanto den coi riente como den Bayena ta di lamar e ba
examples that were found reported and repaired One is in a line the rey y
e costc di bombia cu kima Loke ta macho ta di bayena El ta
other in a steam alve If you see such leaks report them and cut down yena rey
utility losses worde economiza door di paga un sabi liher y vicioso y asina dificil pa
bombia cu no ta worde usa ta masha captura cu rara vez e comision ta
poco peio e esfuerzo pa move e cerra temporada ariba dje
needlessly and dont turn them off Plant Hes also the fellow who sees switch ta ainda menos
Tabata na 1712 cu un harpoenero
see electric powered machines running electricity being wasted and stops it
di Nantucket tira lanza den
a su e
unused have the authority to turn E empleado cu mira un leak ta
them off and dont The Companys Oil Loss and Oil hiza su schouder y no ta haci nada promer bayena macho captura Ora
descubri el
nan a habriele y a cu
The type of employee helping Lago Conservation Committees have ex tocante di dje ta e persona kende ta tabata casi 75 azeta e clase di bayena
reduce its utility bill is the fellow parienced considerable success by requesting yuda Lago su gasto di corriente awa aki a bira e centro di atencion Clarance Cremony Marie 3Iarucheau
who leak and his foreman etc subi e anja aki te FIs 12000000
spots a say to employees to report oil di tur expedicionnan di bayena
Theres a break in a steam line leaks The same type of cooperation Yudando e empleado menciona aki E macho ta Joe Luis di mundo di Clarance Cremony
over by the Alky Plant or Airs will help in the reduction of utility riba ta e empleadonan cu ta mira cu bayena Harpoena e ta bira un ata
escaping from a line behind the Acid losses awa dushi stiem y aix e comprimi ta cador salvaje W H Millar inspector Marie C Marucheau
bai peidi y no ta haci caso di nan abordo di Southern Venturer Ta Bai Retira
kende ta mira luz electrico ta cende a describi su pelea na e siguiente ma
sin necesidad y no ta paga nan y ne ra Dos empleado cu un total di sor
kende ta miia mashinnan di corriente E macho ta waak patras pa mira vicio combina cu ta pasa 35 anja ta
ta traha sin mester y no ta stop nan di unda e harpoen a bini y ta mira bai retira Jan 1 Nan ta Claience D
e cazador cu ta halando atras pa Cremony pipefitter C den Mechanical
E clase di empleado cu ta yuda
mantene tension ariba e cabuya di Department y Maiie C Maiucheau
Lago reduci su gastonan di awa corriente
harpoen y pasobra el sabi cu e ani un press operator den Laundry
etc ta
e persona cu haya un
mal ta bai ataka Sr Ciemony tabata emplea door di
leak ta reporta esaki na su foreman
Y tur biaha el ta haci asina E Lago como un laborer pipe na
bisando Tin un leak den e linja di
chapaleta bao di e bapor ta haciele November 1933 Tres anja despues el
stiem banda di Alky Plant of Aire
loke y e ta bai ariba dje cu su cabez a bira pipefitter helper B y na 193S
ta sali for di e linja tras di Acid
duro Anja pasa e machonan a kibra el a haya promocion pa e grado na
Plant Esaki ta tambe e persona
chapaleta di tres di nos cazadornan cual el ta bai retira El lo regresa pa
kende ta mira cu corriente ta worde
Nan ta grandi fuerte y vicioso Si St Maarten
malgasta y ta stop esey
bo no tira nan bon anto podiser bo Srta Marucheau kende lo retira
E Comisionnan Tocante Perdida di mester bringa nan mitar dia promer cu mas cu 15 anja di servicio tabata
Azeta y pa Conserva Azeta di Com cu nan muri emplea como un senior apprentice B
pania a experimenta considerable su E bayena macho no ta e unico den Laundry El a traha tambe como
ceso door di pidi empleadonan pa re den lamar Corn e otronan ta worde laundress ironer feeder y shirt
E clase door di hombernan carashi sleeve ironer cu el a yega na
porta leakmento di azeta mes bringa cu promer
WATER costs money When it breaks loose such as shown here it
is water and money wasted If such a leak is seen and not reported di cooperacion lo yuda pa reduci per y habilidad lo worde conta den edicion su rango di double press operator
it is like throwing money away Report leaks they are expensive dida di awa corriente stiem etc di Dec 4 di Aruba Esso Neivs El ta keda na Aruba
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No ember 20 1953 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
^ AU MUMS EVE % ?
iiiin
TRINIDAD TOUCH WITH CALYPSO DANCERS SLAVE MART IN THE NEAR EAST
midnight Oct 31 the Qrand March of the annual
At
Esso Club Halloween dance began Qau partM
goers displaqed colorful costumes n keeping with ar Ml
age old custom associated with countries where Celtic
influence is strong- In some parts of England bonfires
and fortunetelling like those of midsummer night con
tinue Elsewhere masquerading is popular Tales of
witches and ghosts are told and r remote communi
ties old superstitions are kept Manu Halloween games
date from the Middle Ages Religiouslq Oct 31 pre
cedes All Saints Dau feast of the Roman Catholic
and Anglican churches the dau on which the church
glorifies Qod for all His saints
Btl 2 <^ B Ul VT4
rH ";\^'*
tv ih iria
K H / IVV
i ,/ WL f
The hats Mr & Mrs Norman Bell Hobo twins Cliff Uhelan Al Kossuth
Mexico Barbara FrancisTom McAuliffe A BIT OF OLD CHINA Dogpatch Mr & Mrs Ben Marvick
iu m IIbIBbv EflrjH IH3bHP ll ID. vv *^ ^^ >^Vns ^^. IH
Moulin Rouge Sheila Shearon MoonbeamMcSwine Mrs Sarah Newall Qai Twenties Harrif Turton Happu Clown Ef Biddle
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
November 20 1913
26 Employees Receive M E Emanuels
Tourney Winners Receive Prizes
Gains
Diploma
September CYI Awards
Lopping five months off the stand
Twenty six employees shared in the total CYI award money of aid time M E Emanuels an Elec
Fls 1935 for the month of September While the suggestions accepted tric Craft trainee has completed a
were mostly in the Fls 20 and Fls 25 class four employees went over Practical Electrician course with the
International School
the Fls 100 mark with their ideas Miss N Dirkmaat led the parade Conespondence
Nineteen months Mr Ema
of winners with a Fls 600 award She received this amount for sug ago 1
nuels a Lago employee since 1948
gesting a revised handling of em
Marine started an Electric Craft tiaining
committee minutes
ployee E B Lewis program and the ICS couise Last
Fls 80
Second of Fls 300 went to
highest
month he received his ICS diploma 1
& Methods
W I de Souza who suggested the Accounting Systems -revisions
and as soon as he finishes the craft
to form Lot-Mar-59 BP 21
installation of lines from cycle oil
Taxi trip ticket program plans to go on to an ad
pumps discharge to tie into discharge vanced
correspondence couise
lines of other Johan Jansen Catalytic & Light Ends
pumps W I de Souza The ICS training was paitially
his of Fls 300 jEJ t
received Fls 250 for suggestion
financed the
wrapping laundered bundles in paper Install IV2 line from cycle oil Refund Plan by companys Education J
before sending them out A G Zep pumps discharge line & tie into dis
penfcldt received Fls 100 for an accounting charge line of pumps No 1465 &
1466
suggestion Other winners
follow J J Arrindell Fls
E Fls
Garraway
Accounting Department
P Gonsalves Fls
A G Zeppenfeldt Fls 100
A R de Barros Fls Fw ^ slfJtJFfoY ^ 9wBBI&. ttHBH
Accounting Tabulating to run reel JtaJ tW v m A lj fem
of moving Storehouse item only Light Oils Finishing
Colony Service Department Johan Jansen Fls 250
F Shortt Fls 50 CS Laundry wrap laundered
A Carty Fls 20 bundles in paper before dispatching OLGA FELIPE made the presentation of prizes to the winners of the
Executive Office A Klaverweide Fls 25 Lago Club ping pong tournament Kenneth Abraham far right won
the tournament On his right is Carton Thompson runn r up Ian
N Dirkmaat Miss Fls 600 C Vrolijk Fls 20
De Silva shaking Miss Felipes hand took third place
Revised handling of committee notes Utilities
Industrial Relations Dept T Vcldema Fls 20 OLGA FELIPE a haci presentacion di premionan na ganadornan di tor
F Parris Fls 25 Technical Service Department KfSIP1 flBBB9U4aL neo di ping pong di Lago Club Kenneth Abraham mas na banda drcchi
a gana e torneo Na su banda robez ta Carton Thompson segunda y
E Thiel Fls 25 Engineering
Ian Da Silva sagudiendo man di Srta Felipe a gana tercer premio
Mechanical Department R Janecek Fls 75
Administration Mech Enlarge or replace attachment
A J Koisko Fls 25 hooks on extension lights to
A Brouwer Fls 25 permit attaching to gold medal scaffolding PUTTING some of his newly SERVICE AWARDS Commissary Inventory
acquired knowledge to woik 31 E
S Bacchus Fls 20 To Be Taken Dec 1
Emanuels is shown at work in the
30 Year Buttons
Storehouse G E Hartwell Fls 25
GFAR Mr Emanuels recently Because of the recent change
J E Hazlewood Fls 35 B Schelfhorst Fls 20
completed Practical Electrician
a Mutch McNab
James from credit to cash sales inventory
Metal Trades Laboratory correspondence course Marine Depaitment at both retail commissaries will
H P Gittens Fls 50 H R Wolfe Fls 20
PONIENDO algun di su sabiduria be taken Tuesday Dec 1 Both
Tool fabrication extension socket Process 20 Year Buttons
nobo na trabao M E Emanuels stores will be closed on that date
wienches for floating loof tanks Gomes Fls 20
ta munstra trahando den GFAR Cornells C Antoine
Sr Emanuels recientemente a Marine Department
<' I ftlW completa un curso di correspon Wharf Employees
: Eu genius A L Hassell
11 If if dencia como Electricista Practico
Industrial Relations
Contribute Fls 650
William P Bryson Mech Pipe
NEW ARRIVALS Clarance Cremony Mech Pipe To Mrs M Maduro
Ludovico L Quandus
I1UNROE Darington October- Dijdock 30 A daughter Mech Welding Employees of the wharves with
Florence Cathine Cecil Nicholls Mech Electrical whom the late Modesto Maduro worked
THOMTSON A son Deiek George Daniel S Lake Tleet Bernardo S Maris Mech Carpenter organized a collection to assist his
JOSEPH Gentle Shipyard A son Ashlin Pedrito Bislip Mech Storehouse widow Headed by S L Perryman
riNDLAY Bennet Solomon Clarence Electrical A son Juan R V Croes Mech Storehouse and P L Hodge of Receiving and
Fiederick Bernaid Edward S Wills Mech Gaiage Shipping the men of the docks contributed
JANSEN Herman October G Mech 31 Yard Bicente Geerman Mech Pipe Fls C50 Mrs Maduro was
A son Erwin Regilio Bilby P Hodgson given the money Nov 13
RAS Candido Drydock A daughtei Mech Stoiehouse
Fiancisca Benita Mr Maduro was killed in an accident
GEERMAN Benjamin Medical A son Theodoor Wouters Cracking at the Lake Tanker dock Oct 11
Roberto Ambiosio Juan A E Maduro Utilities
THODE Tederico A LOT A son Eiick
Nicolas Wenceslao Kelly Anthony John LH Dining Hall
RICHARDSON Maitin C Cat & L Ends Receiving & Shipping Joseph I Nobrega Material Accounting
A daughter Leona Maria Bienda Ronald Canhigh TSD Laboratory
November 1 Maximo de Cuba Lawrence Dickson TSD Laboratory
MARTINA Geoige E Mech Paint Light Oils Finishing James A Gibbs Light Oils Finishing
A son Emilio Michel Magnus Billy Light Oils Finishing
November 2 Pedro M de Cuba Allan 5 Rchardson Cracking
WERLEMAN Juan A Machine A son Light Oils Finishing Joseph L Park Utilities
Edwin Rudolph Ewen C Quashie Receiving & Shipping
TROMP Rosendo Marine Wharves Francisco Croes Shipyaid Joseph Duncan Mech Yard
A daughter Glenda Maria John S oith Mech Yaid
A CHECK pipe and ashtray were presented to Jan L Lampe of the November 3 10 Year Buttons Jonathan Jackson Mech Yard
Shipyard prior to his retirement Oct 31 after 20 years of Lago service CELAIRE Clement P Industrial Relations Abraham James Mech Yard
Dedier Mech
A son Keith Leroy Pedro J Garcia Shipyard Herbert A Caipenter
R Tromp makes the presentation on behalf of fellow workers who November 4 Wilbert Ch A Edwards Shipyard Keith V Edwards Mech Electrical
gathered with Mr Lampe at the time he was given his gifts NOEL Byron R Utilities A daughter Alfred John Shipyard Whitfield Cummings Mech Paint
Grithel Delphia Emilie V Cato Maiine Office Cecil Baptiste Mech Yard
UN CHECK pipa y shinishero a worde presenta na Jan L Lampe di November 5
MADURO Laureano Acid &. Edel
Shipyard promer cu sir retiro Oct 31 despues di 20 anja di servicio cu A daughter Martina-
Lago R Tromp ta haci e presentacion na nomber di companieronan di BAPTISTE Joseph N Mech Admini
trabao kende a reuni cu Sr Lampe na momenlo cu el a recibi e regalonan stration George Adrian
WERLEMAN Jantje Machine A son Ri
cardo Jacinto
November 6
DIRKSZ Maximo Mech Pipe A son
Trancisco
MADURO Mauricio R Mech Tin
A daughter Lidwina Maria
ROMNEY William B Mech Gaiage
A daughter Bruinda Elena
KOOLMAN Eusebio Shipyard A son
Jeronimo Leonardo
November 7
TIIIJZEN Leocadio Cracking A son
Dennie Tlorencia
HULL Ulrick A D Colony Commissary
A son Elroy Vernon
RASMIJN Rudolfo Gaiage A son Jacin
to Leonardo
BOEKHOUDT Leonardo Mech Paint
A daughter Maria Antonia
LACLE Juan O Acid & Edel : A daugh
ter Ethlene Maiia Coromoto
November 8
MATHESON McKenb PH No 2
A daughter Theiesa Dolauta
KOCK Raymundo Mech Pipe A daugh
ter Marcela Daniela
THIJSEN Alfonso J TSD Lab A daugh
tei Margaret Epifania
KOCK Jose B Electiical A daughter
Sonia Altagiacia
DIRKSZ Marcelino Mech Paint A son
Betie
November 9
CROES Santiago G y Cat & L Ends
A son
GEERMAN Luis B Stoiehouse A son CAPT WILLIAM CRAIGS retirement luncheon marked the completion
Franklin Luis of 28 of service Capt Craigs career started in 1923 as
November 10 years company
EUGENIO HENRIQUEZ was the guest of honor at a retirement
ARRINDELL Emile A Mech Pipe chief officer of the Invercaibo Shown left to right are Capt W L
luncheon Oct 30 Mr Henriquez of the Mechanical Department Administration
A daughter Melvina Aldona Alvina Fred Ellis Capt
Thomas Capt D J Garden W A McPhee Capt
will retire Dec 1 Shown seated around the table are Mr JANSEN Joseph Maiine Wharves A son
H L Morgan and MR Craig
Henriquez A Lampe W E Mills P E Jensen G Lopez G Ernesti Andres November 11
and T V Malcolm DONATA Luis B LOr A daughter CAPT WILLIAM CRAIG su comida di retiro a marca completacion di
KELLY Gabnel A Electrical A daughter 28 di servicio Carera di Capt Craig a cuminza na 1925 como pro
anja
EUGENIO HENRIQUEZ tabata huesped di honor na un comida di des Glenda Marieta
Venancio Cracking A oficial abordo di Invercaibo Munstra robez pa drechi ta Capt
pedida Oct 30 Sr Henriquez di Mechanical Department Administration MADURO son mer
Venancio Tuipino W L Thomas Capt D J Garden W A PcPhee Capt Fred Ellis
Io retrra Dec 1 Munstra sinta rond di e mesa ta Sr Henriquez WERLEMAN Sinforiano Mech Pipe
A Lampe W E 31ills P E Jensen G Lopez G Ernesti y T V Malcolm A daughter Capt II L Morgan y Sr Craig


EACH YEAR at_ this
ve, high-riding ships sail into
Nicolas harbor, load up with
Lago

time



mas.
San
various products and sail
away showing a gaping rectangu-
the stern. These are the
which will spend the
next months in the South
Atlantic in pursuit of whales. The
first of a about
this hist which

Lago 1 ars on

Page 5.



lar hole i



"factorie

five

two-part series



industry, im



ric



ys a part, appt



fs ssc

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD.

VOL. 14, No. 24

U.S. Investor Would Build, Operate

Island Council Okays Study
Of Hotel Finance Proposal

The Aruba Island Council last week authorized the government to
investigate the possibility of borrowing Fls. 4,000,000 to help con-
struct a 200-room hotel at Palm Beach.

The council approved the investigation after Irving Kipnis, a United
States hotel owner, offered to put up an additional Fls. 3,000,000 in

exchange for the right to operate the
hotel.
Tentative

nis’ proposal came afte

of Mr.
the

Kip-

council

acceptance







had considered three other plans
designed te in Aruba a ure of
the booming Caribbean tourist trade.

No eement between the island





government and the American fi
cier, who reputedly holds intercs
361 hotels, has been
Kipnis has not committed himse

hotel in Aruba
on the other hand,
ept his



inves in

ing
; :
d council,

to

ion of a







not agreed propos

ie
isla



n¢

Comp! contract, an

official said, will depend upon furthe1



tiations.



vlier this year Mr. Kipnis toured

Caribbean in search of a site for
luxury hotel which could attract
nth and South American tourists.
isited Aruba, Palm
and later repre-
Aruba top

the




He

Beach

inspected
island
at the

told





is of



chieved,
,000,000

agreement could be a
é he would put Fls.
”on the table” and complete
tion of the hotel within
return he asked for:

Peas
4,000,000 to be secured by
» on the hotel.



he said,





loan

Fs.

of

a 25-ye

government









free, exclusive gambling
casino license for 10 ycars.
A free liquor license for 10
4. A 10-year tax exemption.



5. Simplification of tourist regu-





o restriction on the withdra-
wal of foreign currencies or credits.











| their





7. The right to employ foreign
architects, engineers and construction
personnel and to import building
materials and furnishings

é The island to provide the site,
utilities and roads.

9. Action on th proposal by

Nov. 12.
(Continued on page 2)

Marian Anderson's
Sport Park Concert
To Be Held Nov.

A 60-minute program of ¢
folk be
free of charge the night of
at the Lago Sport Park by
Anderson, th fore-

21

ical,



will

operatic and music
offered
Nov. 21
Marian
most contralto.

Miss Anderson,

of Queen Elizz



world’s

touring in honor

visit to the C.






ribbean, will appear at 8 p.m. Her
“ ill be sponsored by the Lago
port Park Board.
She will sing from a platform to

situated before the park’s grand-

stand and from within a_ specially

constructed ’’shell’’.

The audience will be accommodated
the

be



bleachers.
Standing room will be ilable onl
along the spectator fences. Spectators
will not be permitted on the playing
field surface.
At 8 p.m. No
nt a s seg
» Club which will be open
to members, associate members and

guests.

in grandstand and

AV





>



fiss Anderson





concert



A CONTRACT for the construction of an addition to Laboratories 2
and 3 to house Laboratory 1 was signed Noy. 16 by Lago and the Aruba
Construction Co. The reinforced concrete structure — part one-story,
part two-story — will join the west side of Laboratory 3. It is scheduled
to be completed in September, 1954, to accommodate Oil Testing and

Knock Labor
tional facilit





tory operations. Estimated cost of the building and addi-
is FIs. 660,000. Shown (left to right) are M. Hammers,

H. Timmer, Lago General Manager O. S. Mingus and P. Wurtz.

UN CONTRACT pa construccion di un adicion na Laboratorio 2 y 3 pa

inclui Laboratorio 1 a worde firma Noy. 16 door di Lago yi
maatschappij. E structura di concreto reinforza — un parti di un pi
e otro di dos — lo uni na e parti pabao di Laboratorio 3. Fecha anticip.
di completacion ta September 1954.



a Bouw-
50,







E edificio lo acomoda Oil Testing y

Knock Laboratory. Costo calculd di e edificio y facilidadnan adicional

ta Fls.

660,000.





Antilles Newsmen.
Inspect Refinery

On "Press Day”

The public — through the repre- |
jsentatives of 12 outlets |
became better acquainted with one of
the Netherlands Antilles’ principal
industries Nov. 20 when 19 publish-
ers, and reporters gathered |
for Lago’s first ’Press ae

In a nine-hour visit to the world’s |
largest refinery now in_ operation, |
the newsmen were given an opportu- |
nity to inspect the plant, meet the
people who supervise it, listen to |
their explanation of the company’s |
operations and plans for the future |
and question them on Lago’s place
within the petroleum industry



news





editors











Representing 11 newspapers in
Curacao and Aruba plus a_ radio
ation and a press. service, the

group was welcomed at the Reception
Center and then moved to the General
Office Building.

There the visitors listened to — and
questioned — General Manager O. S.
Mingus who served as the conference
sader; General Superintendent F. E.
ffin who reviewed the company’:
|operation and C. F. Smith, supe
tendent of the Service and Stz
Departments, who spoke on employc«









relations.



Following the two-hour conference,
the toured the refinery
with special stops at the Storehouse,
Main Accounting machine
room and Cat Plant.

Lunch was served at the Esso Club
where William C. Hochstuhl, Jr., edi-
tor of the Aruba Esso News, spoke
on the company’s itions with the
press. After lunch the visitors toured

newsmen

Shops,



(Continued on page 2)

Extra Contribution To Thrift

Plans Declared

Over 7700 employees who participate in the Lago Thrift Foundation, |
Overseas Thrift Plan and Officers Provident Fund will benefit from
the company’s extra contribution that was announced this week. Over

+ Fls. 3,250,000 will be shared by the participants in amounts that vary
according to how much each employee has put into his thrift plan sav-



ings himself during the past year.
This Fls. 3,250,000 is in addition to
the amounts contributed each pay

period by the company to each pz
| ticipants thrift account.



The largest number of employees
who will benefit from the extra con-
tributions are in the Thrift
Foundation where 6828 receive



Lago

will



f the additional credits.

Each employee who is in the p!an
| (and that is over 99 per cent of those
eligible) will have credited to his
thrift account a fixed sum of Fls. 25
plus 65 cents for each guilder he
|contributed to the plan during the
| past year.






as

| For example, a man making
| Fls. 400 a month, with 10 per cent
}of his pay going into the plan, has
contributed Fls. 480 in sar, At
the same time the company’s regular

a












contribution of three per cent has
added Fls. 144 to this employee's
savings during that time. Now,
an additional company contribution,
this man gets 65 cents for each
guilder he contributed, or 312, plus
|the I fixed sum, or Fls.
|Added to the regular monthly
amounts, this maken a

Fls. 481 that the company h
to his sav over the past ye

Both refinery and marine personnel
| benefit by the distribution of these








November 20, 19:



na e tempo aki,

CADA ANJA
bapornan masivo y halto ta drenta
haaf di San Nicolas, carga vario.
di bolbe

munstrando un kibra grandi pa-

productonan Lago sali
tras. Esalkinan ta e factoricnan cu
lo pasa e proximo cinco luna den
Sur Atlantico ca na. Di
di di dos parti

tocante e



1



lo bayc

promer un ser

industria historico aki,
den cual Lago ta hunaga un parti,

ta aparece ariba pagina 5.





LT. GOV. Dr. L. C. Kwartsz (left) extends his congratulations to Lago
Police Chief G. B. Brook on publication of a booklet, "Guide To Safe

Driving,

which Lago is making available to motorists.

Chief Brook



presentcd the first 50 copies of the booklet to Dr. Kwartsz.

GEZAGHEBBER Dr. L. C. Kwartsz

(banda robez) ta duna su felicita-

cion na Hefe di Lago Police G. B. Brook pa publicacion di e buki, ”’Guide

To Safe Driving,
Brook a



presenta e prome 50 copy di e

cual Lago ta duna hendenan cu ta sinja stuur. Hefe

bukinan na Dr. Kwartsz.

Promoting Highway Safety

"Safe Driving’ Guide Ready
For Motorists In Aruba

A booklet entitled "Guide To Safe Driving,” designed to aid moto-

rists and promote highway safety
the Lago Police Department.



By Lago

. = |
. The plan gives employees a








credits
means of saving x larly, and at the
same time substantially inere



their savings by the amounts added
by the company.

Kellogg ta Empleando
Personal pa Proyecto
Di Construccion

Kellogg Pan American Corporation,
un iado di M. W. Kellogg Com-
pany di Estados Unidos, actualmente |



ta empleando personal pa_ varios |
proyecto di construccion pa Lago.
Un 200 trahador di construccion lo

worde emplea door di Kellogg pa cu-|
minza traha den futuro ce
Un trabao di construccion cu Kellog |



ano,



lo haci ta consisti di algun cambio
den Cracking Coils No. 9 y 10 cual lo





resulta cu productonan di calidad ma:
halto por worde refina for di locual
nan ta worde traha



awor.

Dos otro trabaonan — cada uno
dependiente di otro — ta worde
ma "Sulphur Removal Facilit



Azufre) y Planta di
pa Saca Azufre lo
na e lugar unda e



construi

worde



(Continua na pagina 2)



in Aruba, has been prepared for

Carrying an endorsement by Dr. L.
C. Kwartsz, lieutenant-governor of
Aruba, the booklet explains:

1. The international symbols used

to mark the island’s roads.

2. Recently-revised traffic regula-
tions.

Traffic rules within the Lago

concession.

4. Motor vehicle inspection requi-
rements.

5. Examples of questions posed by

driver’s license examiners

The method of securing a

driver’s license and motor

vehicle registration.

In the back of the booklet, in color,
are examples of all Aruba road signs
plus a picture demonstration of
traffic officers’ signals. Liberally il-
lustrated with photographs and car-
toons, the booklet also contains an
explanation of vehicular stopping dis-
tance at various speeds and other
data pertinent to safe driving.

In his endorsement Gov. Kwartsz
pointed out that "Many traffic rules
are based on common courtesy and
many are designed to prevent acci-
dents that could be fatal. Aruba’s
drivers are urged to study the traffic
regulations and obey them.”

Copies of the booklet are available
from Esso dealers throughout the
island. Future motorists and new-
comers to the island may obtain co-
pies at the Lago Police Department.
The booklet was prepared by Lago’s
Public Relations Department in con-
junction with the LPD and Aruba
police officials.

oo









The first 50 copies of the booklet
were presented to Dr. Kwartsz by
Lago Police Chief G. B. Brook. In

expressing his thanks, the lieutenant
governor said Lago’s efforts to im-
highway become in-
ingly important as cars become
ter and more powerful.”





safe



nN



Aruba GssONEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS

WEST IN
Pi





"Guide To Safe Driving” Cla,

|hired by Kellogg to start work in|

DIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO
ed by the Curagaosche Courant, Curagao, N.W

LTpD.







Pa Motoristanan di Aruba

Un buki titula "Guide To Safe Driving,” designa pa yuda motorista- | t#ken by Kellogg will consist of some

nan y promove seguridad ariba camina na Aruba, a worde prepara

door di Lago Police Department.

Conteniendo un introduccion di Dr. L. C. Kwartsz, Gezaghebber di

Aruba, e buki ta splica:

1. Borchinan internacional
rea caminanan di Aruba.

2. Reglanan di trafico revisé re-
cientemente.

8. Reglanan di trafico den
cesion di Lago.

4, Requerimentonan di inspeccion
pa vehiculonan di motor.

5. Muestra di preguntanan pa pa-
sa examen di chauffeur.
6. E metodo pa obtene un rijbe-
y registracion di vehiculo di mo-

cu ta
mz



con-



tor.

Patras den e buki, den color, tin
ehemplar di tur borchinan di trafico
na Aruba y ademas un demonstracion
di senjalnan cu dirigidornan di tra-
fico ta duna. Ilustra liberalmente cu
retrato y pintura, e buki ta contene
tambe un splicacion di distancia cu
un vehiculo ta tuma pa para na va-
rios velocidad y otro informacion per-
teneciente na seguridad di trafico.

Den su_ introduccion Gobernador
Kwartsz ta splica cu "Hopi reglanan
di trafico ta basa ariba cortesia co-
mun y hopi ta designa pa preveni
desgracia cu por ta fatal. Chauffeur-
nan na Aruba ta worde suplica pa
studia reglanan di trafico y obedece
nan.”

Hendenan cu ta sinja corre auto of
cu yega nobo na e isla por obtene copia
di e buki na oficina di LPD y agen-
tenan di Esso den henter e isla. E
buki tabata prepara door di Departa-
mento di Relaciones Publicas di Lago
en cooperacion cu LPD y oficialnan
di poliz na Aruba.



"Press Day”

(Continued from page 1)

Lago Hospital and the Lago Voca-
tional School.

Represented at the "Press Day”
were, from Curacao, Today,” the
English and Spanish editions of "La
Prensa,” "Amigoe di Curacao,”
”’Beurs and Nieuwsberichten,” ’’Week-
blad Curagao,” "La Union,” ”La
Cruz,” the ”Aneta” press association
and the ’Curom” radio station.

The "Arubaanse Courant,” ”The
Local,” "The News” and ”Chuchubi”
were the Aruba publications repre-
sented.





)lo

Lago ta Declara
Contribucion Extra

Den Thrift Plan

Mas cu 7700 empleado cu ta parti-
cipa den Lago Thrift Foundation,
Overseas Thrift Plan y Officers Pro-
vident Fund lo recibi beneficio di
contribucionnan extra di Compania cu
worde anuncid seman pasa. Mas
cu Fls. 3,250,000 lo worde parti entra
participantenan, den sumanan
riable dependiendo ariba cuanto cada

a



va-





empleado mes a contribui den su
thrift plan durante ana pasa. E
Fls. 3,250,000 aki ta en adicion na e



sumanan cu ta worde contribui cada
periodo di pago door di Compania na
credito di cada participante.

E cantidad mas grandi di emplea-
donan cu lo recibi beneficio di e con-
tribucionnan extra ta den Lago Thrift
Foundation den cual 6828 miembro lo
recibi credito adicional.

Cada empleado cu ta participa den





e plan (e esey ta mas cu 99 pon
ciento di esnan eligibel) lo recibi un
suma fiho di Fls. 25 y ademas 65

cents pa cada florin cu el a contribui
den e plan durante ana pasa.

Por ehemplo, un homber cu ta gana
Fis. 400 pa luna y cu ta contribui
diez por ciento di su pago den e plan,
lo a contribui Fls. 480 den un ana.
Na mes un tempo contribucionnan re-
gular di Compania di tres por ciento
agrega Fls. 144 na reserva di





a

|tal empleado. Awor, como un contri-

BEAUTIFUL costumes held the limelight at the Lago Club Oct. 31. The

bucion adicional di Compania, e
empleado aki ta recibi 65 cents pa
cada florin cu el a contribui, esta 312,
ademas e Fils. 25 fiho, of total
Fls. 337. Conta hunto cu contribu-
cionnan regular mensual di Compa-
nia, esaki ta aleanza un total di
Fls. 481 cu Compania a agrega na
reserva di tal empleado durante ana
pa





Ae

Tanto empleadonan di refineria co-
mo di marina ta recibi beneficio di
distribucion di tal creditonan. E plan
ta duna empleadonan un medio pa
spaar regularmente, y na mes tempo
esaki ta aumenta nan reserva con-
siderablemente pa medio di e suma-
nan cu Compania ta agrega.













costumed young men and ladies shown were judged to have worn the
most outstanding garb at the dance for members and guests of the
Nurses’ Glee Club.

BISTIRNAN bunita tabata na cantidad na Lago Club Oct. 31. E joven-

nan munstra aki a worde juzga di a bisti e bistirnan mas

sobresaliente



na e baile pa miembro y huespednan di Glee Club.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Kellogg Organizing |
lForces For Lago
‘Construction Projects

|
| Kellogg Pan American Corporation, |
jan affiliate of M. W. Kellogg Com-|
| pany of the United States, is pre-
sently organizing forces for
construction projects for Lago. Some
200 construction workers will be

several

the future.
| One construction job to be under-

near



changes in N and 10 Cracking
Coils which will permit the produc-
tion of higher quality products from
the present feed ste

Two other jobs — *h dependent
on the other — called the Sulphur
Removal Facilities and the Sulphur
















Unit will be located in the Acid Plant
jarea. Using hydrogen sulphide from
the Sulpher Removal Facilities, this
new unit will produce elemental
sulphur similar to that now imported
|from the United States. The sulphur |
produced will then be converted to}
sulphuric acid in Lago’s present Acid |
Plant. It is expected that the sulphur
produced in the new unit will make
| Lago entially self-sufficient in
| this product.



e



Concert di Marian

Anderson Pa
‘Nov. 21 den Sport Park

Un programa di 60 minuto di mu-



sica clasica, di opera y musica popu-
lar lo worde ofreci gratis e anochi di
November 21 na Lago Sport Park |
}canta pa Marian Anderson, e
| tralto sobre: > di mundo.
Srta. Anderson, kende ta haciendo
excursion na honor di Reina Eliz
beth su bishita na Territorio di Cz





con-







cert lo ta bao auspicio di Junta di |
Lago Sport Park. |
El lo canta for di un plataforma
situa dilanti di e tribuna principal y
for di un lugar encerra cu ta designa
pa evita uso di microfoon.
E audiencia lo worde acomoda den







e tribuna principal y tribuna regular.
Lugar pa para lo ta disponibel sola-
| mente na canto di e linja pa mirones.
| Publico no ta permiti pa bai ariba e
| veld di hunga.

Pa 8 p.m. Noy. 22 Srta. Anderson
Club



lo presenta un con na
pa cual asiento mester worde res¢
y miembronan, miembronan asocia y
in invitadonan ta admiti.





Ing
ne

'Ganadornan di Beca
A Haya Bon Punto
Pa Promer Periodo

Patricio Ras Marciano Angela, |
| ganadornan di beca di estudio di Lago
| Vocational School pa 1953, a mantene |
e puntonan halto di mas cu 80 me
cos cu e ganadornan anterior di be
school cu nan ta atende
lvania.






a
na





a na LYS, Marciano a}
reporta cu el a haya 80 pa physica,
83 pa historia, 90 pa conducta, 90 pa
Ingles, 94 pa Algebra, 95 pa Mate-
96 pa educacion



matico general y
physico

Patri
historia, 85 pa educacion ph
gebra y 88 pa
90 pa conducta y quimica,

Marciano a bisa cu el y Patricio a
costuma caba na school y cu "tur cos
ta bai r a Nan tin algun
amigo, el a bisa, nan a cria interes
den futbol y algun otro deporte Ame-
ricano y nan a bira fanatico di tele-

a bisa, a haya 80 pa
ys

Ingles

0, el



al-
y



20,

geometria,



bon.”






vision.
E muchanan a mira nieve cai pa

|di promer biaha y Marciano a bisa,

"mi ta a desea pa ve por a keda



| Unit. The Sulpher Removal ili-
| ties will be constructed on the s of | §
the old Hydro Plant located in the |
Catalytic & Light Ends a This |
unit will remove hydrogen sulphide
from refine gases. The Sulphur|

ribe, lo cuminza canta 8 p.m. Su con- | ~



FIVE area busine

November 20, 1





ssmen appeared earlier this month before the Human

Relations Discussion Group sponsored by the Industrial Relations De-

partment of Lago. Principal speaker at the eve
(second from right) managing director of KLM

A
sentatiy
Antilles;





Frederik Bauer, KLM

nt was Marien Koster
West Indies Division.




© appearing were (left to right) Olphert Kuyn, KLM sales repre-
‘ representative
Godfried Eman, director of

in the Netherlands

Eman Trading and Andriaan

Pauw, head of KLM’s commercial department in the Netherlands,

CINCO comerciante di e area aki a aparece mas tempran e luna aki
dilanti Human Relations Discussion Group bao auspicio di Departamento
di Relaciones Industrial di Lago. Orador principal di e evento tabata
Marien Koster (segunda na banda drechi) director di Division di West
India di KLM. Tambe oficiando tabata (robez pa drechi) Olphert Kuyn,
representante di ventas di KLM. Frederik Bauer, representante di KLM

den Antillas Holandes, Godfried Eman, director di Eman Trading y

An-

driaan Pauw, hefe di departamento comercial di KLM na Holanda.

KLM Official Gis Airline’s

Executive Development Plan

Marien Koster, managing director of the Royal Dutch Airlines’ West

| Indies Division, brought forth aspects of employee relations within

KLM’s world-wide enterprise at a meeting of the Industrial Relations’
Human Relations Discussion Group Nov. 10.

Mr. Koster pointed out that high




Kellogg ta Usa
200 Trahador

(Continua di pagina 1)

| Hydro Plant bieuw tabata situa den
bicindario di Catalytic & Light E
E planta aki lo saca "hydrogen sul-



ds.





phide” for di snan di refine E
Planta di Azufre lo worde traha den
cercania di Acid Plant. sando



"hydrogen sulphide” di e Planta pa



Saca Azufre,” e planta nobo aki lo
| produci azufre elemental casi mescos
{ecu e azufre cu ta worde importa



awor for di Estados Unidos izufre
produci lo worde converti na
sulfurico den e Acid Plant actual di
Lago. Ta worde spera cu e ufre
produci den e planta nobo lo haci cu|
Lago mes lo tin e cantidad esencial
| di e producto aki.



do







Hotel Loan Study

(Continued from page 1)

In order to meet the deadline the |
island council met Nov. 10 and}
approved the loan study. The govern-
ment indicated, however, that com-
pletion of a contrz
dent upon negotiation of Mr. Kipnis
requirements.

Approval of the investigation w
the first step toward authoriz
the government to borrow





t would be depen-





the |









eai te cuatro of cinco pia halto.’’ Du-
}rante fin di siman tin ora nan ta bai
na e camina den sero cu ta propiedad
di Sr. y Sra. Frank
| kende nan ta keda. Tambe nan a hz
algun excursion educacional cu Allen-
town High School.



Forgan, cet









|club, tennis courts and other reerea- |
|tion’ facilities. ‘The building would|
|house, in addition to guest rooms, a]
le auditorium and
dining and a




solarium,
night

no,
ral
| club.

rooms



ja
| pilots, he told the group of about 40

Fls. 4,000,000, The government would | |
in turn loan the money to Mr. Kipnis, | .

! November 1 - 30

on the list of activities in the KLM
organization is executive development
and training. He emphasized this
point by stating that KLM’s practice
is to have each employee know about

"the other fellow’s job. We follow
this approach,” he said, "because we
feel our employees can work with

each other better if they realize the
aspects of the other man’s job.”

He mentioned that KLM’s qualifi-
cations are very high in their attempt
to get the best
Language is a big factor as is mental,

personnel possible.

emotional and social maturity in
flying personnel.
Speaking of KLM’s stewardesses,



Mr. Koster told the group that during
initial interviews with candidates the
reviewing board will speak French,
German, English and Dutch — slip-
ping from one to the other testing the
candidate’s ability with langua If
accepted, the future stewardes S
take a three month training course.
They then are put on short domestic
flights and gradually graduate to
flights that have luncheon and dinne1
rvice. When the
satisfactorily completed these flights,
she is then ready to handle any a
signment from short to long over-
water flights.

Mr. Koster stated that physical fit-
is a very important factor in
flight personnel. The world’s oldest
airline has programs set up to keep
flight personnel’s physical fitness at
high standard. Speaking of the









stewardess has



ness



that all KLM’s men are not Dutch.
KLM employs English and American
pilots and personnel from the areas



>| in which it operate:



Attending the ion with Mr.
Koster were Olphert Kuyn, KLM
itative; Frederik Bauer,



taking a mortgage on the hotel sntative in the Nethe

cores ae Shoe veut ze lands Antilles; Godfried Eman, direc-

WS Made with interest, within 25/ to) of Eman Trading Company and

ee . inate enected | Andriaan Pauw, head of KLM’s com-

Paap E CT tan : Pei see a mercial department in the Nether-
’ Pea tes ~~ % + | lands.

swimming pool, cabanas or beach oes

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll

November 1-15 Monday, Nov.
Mont Payroll

Wednesday,





Dec.


November 20, 1953



“But You Have To Try”



Heroic Rescue Of “Rotterdam
Crew Member Is In Vain

De

The "Esso Rotterdam” arrived at San Nicolas harbor Nov. 14 with |
her flag at half staff in memory of a crew member who fell overboard
at sea, was plucked an hour later from a raging swell but who died
despite the heroic efforts of the men who rescued him.

His rescue, in which the Rotterdam” lost a lifeboat to the towering

seas, was an outstanding piece of sea-
manship on the part of Capt. Hendrik
Schol and the crew of whom Capt.
Schol said, "They couldn’t have done
better on a man-of-war.”

The eight-to-four watch of the
Rotterdam” had been at breakfast
only a few minutes the morning of
Nov. 4 when 2 crew member noticed
that T. J.
sing from his regular place.

Someone remembered seeing him on
deck shortly after the watch was
awakened at 7 a.m. When a search of
the ship failed to locate Doane, Capt.
Schol was notified and he ordered the
ship put about at 7:45.

The Rotterdam” had left Holland
Nov. bound for Aruba and was
running, according to the captain,
through "confused, west and north-
west swells 10 to 15 feet high” when
the ship turned around and retraced
its course.

"We had four in the crow’s
nest,” Capt. Schol related, "and had
steamed about 25 minutes — close to
six miles — when the first officer,
Maynard C, van der Vliet, spotted the
man from the bridge.”

Mr. Doane, the captain said, was
thrashing about in the tossing swells,
calling and flailing his arms in the
ter. As the captain ordered "full
ern” on the engines, three life pre-
servers w thrown to the man.

The captain a starboard
stern lifeboat put over the side. ’’The
ship was rolling 15 to 20 degrees and
we had trouble launching the boat,”
the captain said. "Then, because of
the high swell, the men in the lifeboat
couldn’t see the man.”

With the ship’s whistle, the cap-
tain directed the lifeboat toward Mr.



Doane, an oiler, was mis-





2

men











ordered





| gave no indication of 1

Doane. When the boat was on the|
right course, the whistle blew with-
out interruption. When it veered to



blasts sounded on the whistle. When |
it veered to the left, the signal was
short double lasts.

The lifeboat was within 20 feet of
Mr. Doane, who could now be
floating face-down in the water, when
its motor quit. A seaman, Frans J.
Tulling, tied a rope about his waist,
dove into the frigid water and swam |
the remaining distance.

The lifeboat crew hauled both men |
aboard and wrapped them in blankets. |
"The swell was so high the men could |
not attempt artifical respiration then |
and rowed the lifeboat back to the!
ship,”’ Capt. Schol said. |

At the ’Rotterdam’s” side, however,
the men found the seas made it im-
possible to hook the lifeboat’s falls.
Two then put about
Doane who was lifted aboard, the men
went up a rope ladder and the life-
boat was secured on a line

The line broke two hours later and,
because of the fast-running swell, the
lifeboat was abandoned.

At 9:27 the Rotterdam” put about
again and headed for Aruba. An exa-
mination of Mr. Doane could deter-
mine no heart beat or pulse, but the



seen





lines were



astern.



ship’s office working in shifts,
started administering artifical respi-
ration.

Five hours later, when the man

2ining con-
the attempts at resuscita-
abandoned. All our efforts
* Capt. Schol said, "but
you have to try.

Mr. » unmarried
native of Holland, was first employ
by Esso Netherlands in May, 1!
He signed the "Rotterdam”
last July.

Capt. Schol put in at Ponta Delgar-
da, the Azores, reported the death to
the Netherlanc



ciousn




tion wer

were in vain







Doane, and a

ad







aboard



consul there and sail-

the right, the captain had short single! ed for Aruba Nov. 7.



Werereas “Remember” War Dead!

BRITISH EX-SERVICEMEN stand at attention while being reviewed

by (left to right) Reginald Dudley, Capt. J. Dourlein and British Consul

servicemen joined with members of the Marines,

representatives of the American Legion and the Church Lads Brigade

in a "Remembrance Day” service at the Anglican Church. Rey. Fr.

Allen, vicar of Holy Cross Church, conducted the service in memory of
those who lost their lives in the last two global wars.

W. G. Guthrie. The ex



EX-SOLDANAN INGLES ta para na atencion mientras nan ta worde

inspecté pa (robez pa drechi) Reginald Dudley, Capt. J. Dourlein y Con-

sul Ingles W. G. Guthrie. E ex-soldanan a join cu miembronan di Mari-

niers, representantenan di Legion Americano y Church Lads Brigade den

un servicio di "Remembrance Day” na Misa Anglicano. Rev. Fr. Ij

vicario di Holy Cross Church, a conduci e servicio en memoria di esnan
cu a perde nan bida durante ultimo dos guerra global.



Ij.

Allen,



| the Quiriquire.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

CAPT. JAMES MCNAB exhibits a 30.





ficate for three decades of company
sentation to the first lake fleet employee to complete 30 years of service.




year smile as he accepts his certi-
rvice. J. Andreae makes the pre-

CAPT. JAMES MCNAB ta exhibi un sonrisa di 30 anja mientras el ta

acepta su certificato pa tres decenia di servicio cu Compania. J. Andreae

ta haci e presentacion na e promer empleado di Lake Fleet cu ta com-
pleta 30 anja di servicio.

First Lake Fleet
30-Year Button Goes
To Capt. James McNab

The Marine Department reached a
milestone in employee history Nov. 6
when Capt. James McNab became the
first Lake Fleet employee to receive a
30-year award. J. Andreae, Marine
Department manager, made the pre-
sentation,

Capt. McNab, presently in com-
mand of the S.S. Boscan, began his
seagoing career as an apprentice with
Messrs. Andrew Weir & Company of
London in 1918. In March, 192 he
was assigned to the tanker Inverar-
der as third officer and later served
aboard the Inverrurie.






A capable seaman early in his
youth, Capt. MeNab obtained his
master’s certificate in July, 1926,
when he was only 23 years of ag
The following year he left the
Inverglass and joined the an
Nicolas of the Lago Shipping Com-
pany as chief officer. He served
aboard the San Nicolas one year
before returning home on vacation.

On his second contract with the Lago
Shipping Company he arrived in
Aruba as chief officer of the Punta
Gorda. Shortly after this assignment
appointed master of the S.S.
For the next 10 years he

the Ambrosio, Surinam
and Punta Gorda.

In 1938 Capt. MeNab was sent to
Trieste to oversee the construction of



he
Inverlago.

Ww

commanded



When the vessel was
took command and
» Aruba. Here he
the vessel until

he

te

completed
brought hei
mained
19438
From 1948 to 1945 he was ashore
the Marine Office. He later had
assignments supernumerary
relieving
During 1946 and 1947 he command-
ed the ocean tankers S.S. Dean Emery
and S.S Henry. Aboard
the latter he made several voyages to
the west coast of South America,
He assumed command of the Bosean
1947.

master of

in
and

master.

George







OBITUARIES

Paul D. Wallace
Paul D. Wallace, a first lieute-
nant in the Lago Police Depart-



ment, died Noy. 10 at the age of
56. Born in Waterbury, Vt., he
Ww first employed by Lago in



1933. He is survived by a son and
daughter,

Alexander H. Shaw
Alexander H. Shaw,
tant Process Division superinten-
dent, died Noy. 15 from injuries
sustained in an automobile
dent. Mr. Shaw had over 28 «]
of service. Surviving are his wife
and mother.



assis-





acci-



—— | 10 anja.





Scholarship Boy’s
1st Period Grades
80 Or Above

The Lago Vocational School’s 1952
scholarship winners, Marciano Angela
and Pat? Ras, have upheld the
scholastic standards set by previous
scholarship students by not receiving
less than 80 the first ing
period at the Allentown, Pennsylvania
high school they are attending.







io






in mar





In letter to the LVS faculty,
Marciano reported he received 80 in
physical education, 83 in history, 90
in conduct, 90 in English, 94 in alge-
bra, 95 in general mathematics and
96 in phys

a



cs.

Patricio, he said, received 80 in
85 in physic education,
algebra and geometry, 88 in English

and 90 in conduct and chemis



history, al



Eilenioese ta



j ja
| pr



Periodistas Antillano
Inspecciona Refineria

Ariba "Dia di Prensa”

Publico — door di representativo-
nan di 13 medionan di publicidad —

yr mehor na haltura di uno di e
ipal industria di Antillas Holan-
es 20 di Nov. ora 19 publicador, edi-
{tor y reporter a bini hunto na e pro-
mer ’Dia di Prensa” di Lago.
) Den un bishita di nuebe ora na e
refineria mas grandi di mundo awor
|na operacion, e periodistanan a worde
}duna un oportunidad pa inspecciona
planta, cera conoci cu e hendenan cu
ta guia e planta, tende nan splicacion
di operacionnan di compania y plan-
nan pa futuro y pa haci nan pregun-
ta tocante e posicion di Lago den in-
| dustria petrolera.

E grupo, representando 11 corant
na Curagao y Aruba y ademas un
stacion di Radio y un servicio di
prensa, a worde yama bonbini na
| Centro di Recepcion y luego a worde
hiba na Oficina Mayor.

Aya e bishitantenan a tende pala-
bra di — y a haci pregunta na —
Gerente General O. S. Mingus kende
a actua como guiador di e conferen-
cia; Superintendente General F. E.
Griffin kende a splica e operacion di
Compania y C. F. Smith, superinten-
dente di Service and Staff Depart-
ments, kende a papia ariba relacion
di empleado.

Despues di e conferencia di dos ora,
e periodistanan a haci un paseo den
refineria bishitando Storehouse, Main
|Shops, Acid y Edeleanu Plant y Cat
Plant.

Comida a worde sirbi na Esso
Club unda C. Hochstuhl, Jr., editor di
Aruba Esso News, a papia ariba com-
|pania su relacionnan cu prensa. Des-
| pues di comida e bishitantenan a bai
bishita Lago Hospital y School di
Ofishi di Lago.

Representa na e "Dia di Prensa”
tabata, di Curacao, Today”, edicion
Ingles y Spanol di "La Prensa”,
"Amigoe di Curacao”, "Beurs- en
Nieuwsberichten”, ’Weekblad Cura-
cao”, "La Union”, "La Cruz”, asocia-
}cion di prensa Aneta” y radio Sta-
cion "Curom”.

”Arubaanse Courant”, ’’The Local”,
|’The News” y ”Chuchubi” tabata e
publicacionnan di Aruba cu tabata re-
presenta.












Aproba Estudio

Pa Financia Proposicion di Hotel

Eilandraad di Aruba siman pasa a autoriza gobierno pa investiga e

posibilidad pa presta Fls. 4,000,000
tamento na Palm Beach.

pa yuda traha un hotel di 200 apar-

Eilandraad a aproba e investigacion despues cu Irving Kipnis. un

Americano explotador di hotel,
cambio pa derecho pa opera
hotel.

Aceptacion tentativo di proposicion
di Sr. Kipnis a despues cu
Bilandraad a studia plan
designa pa duna Aruba un parti den
e industria floreciente di turismo den
Caribe.

Ningun combenio entre gobie
Aruba y capitalista Americano,
kend» segun ta bisa, tin interes den
361 hotel, a worde firma Sr.
Kipnis no a comete su mes tampoco
pa investa e placa na Aruba. Diland-
raad, na otro banda, no a decidi pa
!acepta e proposicion. Cerramento di
contract, un oficial di gobierno a bisa,
lo depende ariba resultado di nego-
ciacionnan subsequente.

Mas promer e anja aki Sr. Kipnis
a haci un paseo den Caribe buscando
un sitio pa traha un hotel luhoso cual
lo mester atrae turistanan for di
America del Norte y Sur. El a bishita
| Aruba, inspecta Palm Beach y des-
representantenan di e
ruba ta mas na halto ariba

e

socede

tres otro





ainda.
















mi lista.

Si un combenio por worde
el bisa, pone Fls. 8,000,000
"ariba m completa un hotel
dentro di un anja. Sinembargo, el ta
pidi:

aleanza,



lo

el

a



Un prestamo di gobierno pa
4,000,000 contra un hypotheek di
nja ariba e hotel.

Un permit libro, exclusivo pa
casino pa un termino di 10 anja.

3. Un permit libro pa bebida pa





un

no di,

a combini pa produci Fls. 3,000,000 en

4.
| anja.

5. Simplificacion
nan pa turista.

6. Ningun ariba lam-
tamento di moneda of credito estran-
hero.
| 7. E derecho pa emplea architect,
|ingeniero y personal di construccion
ranhero y pa importa material di
1 y mvvbla.

Aruba mester duna e sitio, uti-
lidad y camina

9. Accion tocante e proposicion
mester worde tuma promer cu Nov.
12.

Pa encontra e fecha final Eiland-
raad a tene reunion Noy. 10 y a apro-
|ba investigacion di e prestamo. Sin-
embargo, gobierno a indica cu cerra-
mento di e contract lo depende ariba
negociacion di demandanan di Sr.
Kipnis.

Aprobacion di e investigacion ta-
bata di promer paso pa autoriza go-
bierno pa presta Fls. 4,000,000. Go~
bierno en turno lo presta e placé
Sr. Kipr cu un hypotheek aribz
| hotel. Sr. Kipnis bolbe paga

»stamo, cu interes, dentro di

Exempcion di belasting pa 10

di regulacion-



restriccion





8.











lo

25



hotel proponi — cual lo costa
| Fls. 7,500,000 — lo tin un baki di



| facilidadnan di recr
lanan e edificio lo contene un ca~-
sino, auditorio y solarium, varios sala
di come y un night club.








4 ARUBA ESSO NEWS



November 20,







To separate each fraction from the | boratori 1 and 2 for such data 2
jerude, the TB stills are operated | their specifie grz ity, vapor pr
under atmospheric pressure until the nock” characte ies and
still temperature approaches 600 | content. This information is als
Assays Vitel To World's Major Oil Interests degrees Fahrenheit, the point at] ported in the price evaluation a
ae ee a el eel which many crudes start to “crack.” | but is augmented by more specific
a aaa | information about the gasoline’s com-

"Cracking” Avoided bustion qualities.
; - i; : In order to avoid racking” —| Blends of the other fractions —
. | which changes the moleuclar struct-| kerosene, gas oil, lube oil and bot-
La O S TB Stills Are Havi n ure of the crude and thus destr toms — e ch come in for searching
|true assay — the atmospheric pres- | @naly: They are examined to find
|sure is reduced and the distillation|the combustion conditions under
| goes on in a partial vacuum. Under which burning kerosene will first

s . lower pressure the crude need not b2|Start to smoke; the temperature at
eir usiest ar at | he: ated past the "eracking” point to| Which gas oil vapors will burst into
ieee as a vapor through the still flames; the affect of temp ture

tower. |changes on the flow qualities of the
Throughout the operation “cuts” or | lube oils; the tensile strength of the

samples of the condensed vapors are|bottoms destined to be used for

|collected to be blended later for paving.

blen such as San Joaquin which | analysis. Under atmospheric distilla-| With information such as_ this,

combines the production of several) tion the labor
























tory seeks to deter-| coupled with data on the crude’s per-

small fields. mine what percentage of the crude| formance within the still, Lago and
The more frequent short form | will be distilled at a pre-determined other Creole customers are able to
assay includes data on the crude’s | temperature. select the crudes which will best serve



true boiling point or distillation cur-| Under vacuum distillation the la- | their refining processes and product
ve; the percentage and quality of its boratory pre-selectes the volume of specifications.









napthas, refined oil, gas oil, lube and|the cut — usually three percent of| Today the TB stills are aver:

bottoms. the charge and records the tem-| 10 assays each month — their busies
The price evaluation assay is an| perature to which the crude must be; Year to date. In addition, they are

/expansion of the short form. It con-| raised to yield this percentage. being used as pilot units on some of

| tains such data as the engine "knock” A conversion table gives the oper- | Lago’s processes and products.
|the crude’s gasoline will produce, the | ator the atmospheric temperature at Two foreign staff and eight staff
temperature at w hich | its which the distillation would be taking | and res
|will flash,” the place were it not in a vacuum. These | grouy
at which its diesel oils will pour, the | equivalent temperatures deter mine | emple r are ene mical engineers.
percentage of insoluble materials in|the cuts which will later be blended; The s nd regular employees are
its bottoms. for analysis. men who started in Laborz atory No. 1
In addition to Lago, Creole sells The f cut is taken when the| and worked their way through the
crude to other refine Its prices, like | vapor leaving the crude under atmos- tester ranks to TB still assignments.
those of any other commercial enter- | pheric pressure reaches 250 degre Because of the teachnical nature of
prise, are based on the value of its|Combined with the heavier gi the still work, positions within the
products. Th alue, in turn, is based | Which were condensed earlier in the group — junior laboratory assistant,
on a number of factors — one of | stabilizer, this cut forms the first | laboratory ‘
which is the cost of refining the crude | blend. ratory assistant — are generally in
into finished products. Additional cuts are taken as the the higher classifications and are
For instance, crudes which have a| vapor temperature rises through the | eagerly sought by laboratory employ-
high sulfur content are relatively|atmospheric and vacuum ranges. | ces.








f rulers make up the
mnel. The foreign staff
















assistant or senior labo-










more expensive to refine because the | These cuts are later combined to form Most of those currently in the
corrosive sulfur must be removed. Or|blends of the lightest, heaviest and group augmented their laboratory
crudes which yield highly acidic gas | intermediate-weight fractions. training with courses in advanced

oils must be treated with costly che- mathematics, chemistry, physics, me-
micals to neutralize the acid. Blends Analyzed chanical still operation and other sub-

However, crudes which may not be For the short form the | jects offered by the Technical Service
profitable sources of one product may | gasoline blends are anal) in La- | Department.
be excellent for another. Mara crude,
for example, is not as good a source
of high quality gasoline as other
crudes from Creole’s Western Divi-
sion, but it yields a high percentage
of good grade kerosene and heating
oil.

On the other hand most of the oil
produced in the compan Eastern |
Division yields a relatively small)
amount of fuel oil, but is compara- |
tively high in gasoline content.

Other crudes are valuable by- -pro- |
duct sources. The San Joaquin Blend, |
which is rich in gasoline, also con- |
tains lube oils which are about 48 |
percent wax. This wax goes into the
THIS True Boiling Point still — one of five operated by Lago — is | ™anufacture of milk cartons, waxed
having its busiest year to date helping decide the eventual use of | Paper and hundreds of other pro- |
various Venezuela crudes. At left L. E. Carmichael adjusts the heat ducts.
at the base of the still tower while W. L. A. Ponse draws a “cut.”

























| Assays Set Pri
E STILL AKI pa determina e temperatura berdadero cu azeta crudo ta | Bee uelD ve
herbe — uno di e cinconan na op2racion na Lago — ta pasando su aia | Through the TB still assé
mas ocupa te awe yudando pa decidi e uso eventual di varios crudo di Creole pa
Venezuela. Na banda robez L. E. Carmichael ta controla e candela na ezue largest producer may pro-
pia di e tower di e still mientras W. L. A. ta tuma un muestra. |perly price its crudes and accurately

ys, which |
Lago to conduct, Ven-|
|
|
|









| describe their qualities to prospective
ra ae + purchase
The stills that make up the "TB”

a fty, . seo milli battery are located on a porch behind
Fifty galions of crude oil came to Lago last month. Unlike millions | Laboratory No. 3. In contrast to the

of other gallons they did not arrive in the tanks of a ship but in a |roar and bustle which surround the
barrel. They were not to be refined for sale as petroleum products but | units within the refinery proper, they
for the story they had to tell. | operate in a quiet punctured only by
Waiting to help write the story was a group of midget stills whose the chug-chug of a water curculator
dail TOduCcHON Miswadropin «the | ————— | or the wheeze of a vacuum pump.
Wriehel ieovtared to that of thelr big|@ drum of crude — frequently from This laboratory apneephes i i in-
brothers’, but whose few gallons have |# NeW well, sometime from a re- | dicative of the nature of the
a far-reaching effect on the opera- worked well or sometime from “| work. Pressure, temperature
tions of the world’s largest producing | Shipping terminal storage tank in) other factors affecting the distilla-
— refining team. which the production of a number Of lane of the crude rigidly con-
Set up as pilot units for basic re- wells is combined — to Lago’s Tech- | trolled because dec
fining processes and products, these nical Service Department Experimen- |
stills are used to determine the per- tal and Development Laboratory.
centage of various fractions the crude














sions — vital to
many of the world’s major oil inte- |
s — are based in part on the}
ry results.








oils will yield. The fractions are later Two Types Of Assays Striving for maximum accuracy,
analyzed to determine their quality. There the crude is run through the|the operator charges a measared |

This quantity and quality informa-|laboratory’s True Boiling Point stills| batch” of crude — usually 18 to 22
tion is vital to the Creole Petroleum |to provide information for two types| gallons — to the still where the oil}
Corp., which produces thousands of |of reports; a so-called "short from | is heated.
barrels of crude each day from its|assay” or a ’’pr’ nluation ass y.”| The lighter gases driven off by the} A STEADY stream of cuts” moves from t
wells in Venezuela, and to Lago Short form as ure usually con-| heat pass into a_ stabilizer where bench where Ramon Croes (left) is shoy
which refines a good share of Creole’s| ducted on new s or blended!— for the short form « B. F. Dirksz scent a reco! SNe ae
production. crude streams. Price evaluation] lightest are se parated, measured and Richardson is chee

”Once we've got the crude, we’ve| assays are conducted once every two | released. In the price evaluation assay UN FLUJO CONSTANTE di muestra ta move for di "TB” stills pa ¢
got to know what it’s good for,” was| years on established crudes such as) these gases are me asured, collected} jesa di trabao unda Ramon s (banda robez) ta munstré tumando
the way one executive put it. those produced in the Mara, Tia| and ed for their ethane, meth-| pan gravidad segun API, B. Dirksz (centro) ta anotando e varios
In order to find out, Creole sends| Juana or other fields or on crude|ane and propane content. muestranan cu a worde tuma mientras J. A. Richardson ta cheek nan peso.









— the
















November 20, 1953

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



4ruba
©}; The

oven Into The Story
54 Whaling Season

19

ane thread of a story, first spun |

between England and Norway

in October, weaved through Aruba |

earlier this month and then wound
down through the Atlantic to the
island of South Georgia.

By next May the thread, having |
eris-crossed the chip-cold seas of |
the South Atlantic and Antarctic
and worked its way back to Eng-
land, will have been woven into the
story of the 1954 whaling season.
The story will be another volume
the history of the men who for
600 years — first from shore
and then from ship — have risked |
life and fortune to hunt the world’s
largest mammal. |

Five of the ships which will be |
principal characters in the story will |
bunker at Lago this month, then head
for the whaling grounds where spring
is now giving way to summer.

Also heading south where the
waters at this time of year are heavy
with plankton, shrimp, squid, octopus
and other foods are a dozen different
types of whales bound for a rendez-
vous with death.

The first whale "factory” to call
this year at Lago was the "Southern



in
over
















Venturer,” built in 1945 and operated
by Chr. Salvesen and Co. Five hun-
dred and fifty-five feet long, with a



beam of 74 feet, the "Venturer” had
487 men, 134 live pigs and three cats
aboard. ;

| reduced the number of whale

The Pigs Won’t Be Back |

If all goes well the ship, the men |
and the cats will be coming back next
May. The pigs won’t. They’ll be used
to provide part of the fresh meat the
men need to fight the weather
fatigue which part of their
hour working day in one of the sea’s
most hazardous enterprises.

The Venturer” sailed Oct.
Newcastle-on-Tyne,
Tonsberg, Norway,
gunners and other
and then headed for

Bluff-bowed, riding high in
water with lumber and rope
cables and pig stys and spare
covering her decks, the ship
at San Nicolas harbor Nov.
tied up at the No. 1 Finger

She took aboard 1277
gas oil, barrels of diesel oil:
most of 105,365 barrels of fuel
Because her fully-loaded draft would
make the harbor
to negotiate, the
“toppe d off” outside
8.8. Cumarebo, a lake tanker which
ticd up alongside and delivered the
last 10,000 barrels of fuel oil.

On Noy. 11 the aptly-named "Ven-
turer” sailed from Aruba and headed
down the east coast of South Ameri-
ca for the 21-d trip to the i
of South Georgia, a Faulkland
dependency about 1000 miles due eas
of the southern tip of Argentina.

There Chr. Salvesen and Co, main-
tains a year-round station at Leith
Harbor which was named for the
company’s home port in Scotland. A
skeleton crew spends the off-season
maintaining tankage facilities, aux-
iliary whaling craft and other equip-
ment.



are



17 from

England, for |
to pick up its
crew members
Aruba,



the
and



parts
arrived
10 and
Pier.










and |



Venturer”
the reef by the

was












Hunt Is Annual Gamble

The "Venturer” was scheduled to
spend four clearing her decks,
tanks and cargo holds of equipment
and fuel — getting ready to put to
sea for the annual gamble.

Of the 487 men aboard the
189 we English, the rest
Norwegian. The Norwegians form the |
bulk of the
the trawler-size craft which are used
to hunt the whales; the "buoy boats”
which haul the dead whales to the
factory ship and the towboat which
doubles as a buoy boat and tug for
broken down chasers.

This year the ”Venturer” ill
operate with nine chasers, two fewer
than it used last year, because the




ship,

re were |



crews of the "c



asers,””









|which have

and|s

on this census,



| the

oil. | a

entrances difficult |S:



'y tres pushi abordo,

HUVDLED together like a mother whale and her nursing calf, the S. S. Cumarebo revers
she pumps 10,000 barrels of fuel oil aboard the ’

tanker

GRUPA HUNTO mescos cu un bayena mama y su yiu, S. S. Cumarebo ta troca e rolnan aki mientras e ta pomp
un factoria Ingles. E lake tanker a caba di yena e bayene-
ro pafor di haaf di San Nicolas pa seapa e bapor pa mester sali completamente earga for di entrada di haaf.

10,000 barril di fuel oil abordo di

International Whaling C
to be

The commission represen
whaling



industries

"topped off” the whaler outside San Nicolas harbor



ommission

ts nations
and

operates out of a headquarters at
Sandefjord, Norway. Commission
ips are continually on the seas

counting the whale populati
the commi
he number of "units”
afely taken each year
angering the whale

One whaling



or more

the ship flies

length and other
each whale killed, and to
fractions of the commissior

These, too, are designed
whale from
not allowed to



are

kill

whie
without end- |
supply.
inspectors,
employed by the country whose
is aboard eae
His job is to list the sex, age,

cows

on. Acting
ssion sets
h may be

h factory.

n rules.

to protect |
extinction.

Chasers
with

calves, for example, nor those which

>» lactating.

Nach day the
andefjord the
killed that day.




factory
number
The unit

of

radios to
“units”

system

Southern Venturer,”

“units” |
taken during the season.

flag |
weight, | t

information about | they can in four days.
pel
report in-

is |



ae

Venturer,” a
to save the
trance fully-loaded.

Southern

jbased on the blue whale, which
makes up one unit. Two fin whales
equal one blue, two-and-one-half

humpback whales equal one blue or
|six sei whales equal one blue.
20 Factories” In Fleet

The 20 factories which will be on
| the grounds this year will be allowed
to take 15,500 units between Jan. 2
and April 17. If the limit is reached
before that date, the commission will
declare the season closed.
| On the ba of its census, the
‘commission has postponed the open-
ing of the blue whale season to Jan.
16, but will allow the whalers to
ake as many humpback whales as
Last year the
limit the vimming, ugly
humpback was 1250 in three days.

Making up the fleet will be 12
Norwegian factories, three British
including the "Southern Harvester,”
sister-ship to the *Venturer,” two
one Dutch, one Panamanian
Russian.

Russia is represented on the com-
mission, but in-as-much as outsiders





is



on slow

Japanese,
and one







British whale "factory. lake
ship’s having to negotiate the en-

are not permitted aboard the Soviet
factory and her inspector is a na-
tional, it is not known whether the
Russians obey the commission’s rules.
Basques First Whalcrs
The thread of the story these ships
will spin is believed to have been
started by ths Basques who speared
whales from shore in the 10th cen-
tury. Whales are believed to have
been taken off Newfoundland in the |
14th century but it remained for the |
Dutch 200 years later — to or-
| ganize the first whaling expedition”
which sailed from Spitsbergen.
The whale factories still use today,
in an improved form, the ”flensing”

| of



o
|drove the fabled whalers from the
sea.

It is ironic that the whaling in-

| dustry, which lost its mass markets
to less expensive petroleum products,
must depend upon the oil industry
for essential diesel oils, heating fuels



and other refiner products in
supplying the specialty markets it
retains today.

The whaling industry is a good

costomer of Lago products. The five
factories which will call this month
will load some 579,000 barrels of fuel
oil, 30,000 barrels of diesel oil and
1300 barrels of gas oil. In addition,
they will purchase a large quantity
perishable supplies and some
staples from Aruba chandlers.

Sperm Whale Is King

The whale is the king of the seas
and the sperm is the king of the
whales. He is fast, clever and vicious
and so difficult to catch that the
commission seldom closes the season
on him.

It was in 1712 that a Nantucket
harpooner threw his lance into the
first sperm whale taken. When he
was rendered and found to be 75 per
cent oil, the word spread and the
sperm soon eclipsed the right whale
so named because it was the
right” whale to catch — as the
prime target for every whaling ex-
pedition.

Weighing sometime close to 15
tons, he a prodigious eater
equipped with hooked teeth and a
head which comprises one-third
of his body — almost as hard as the



is

| ocean floor against which he crushes

the squid and octopus which largely
comprise his diet.

"You open up any sperm whale,
you'll find buckets full of beaks from
the octopus he’s eaten,” a cooker
foreman aboard the "Abraham Lar-
sen” — one of the factories which
called earlier this month — said.

The sperm is the Joe Louis of the
whale world. Harpooned, he becomes
savage assailant. W. H. Millar,
whaling inspector aboard the ”Ven-
turer,” described his fight this way:

”The sperm looks back to see where
the harpoon came from and spots the
catcher which is backing off to keep
tension on the harpoon line and be-

cause the gunner knows the whale
will charge.
"And he does every time! That

propellor turning just beneath the
boat drives him crazy and he goes
for it with that tough head. Last year



technique of removing the blubber
and rendering its oil which the Dutch |
invented.

With the discove
World, the industry
Island and Ma
New Bedford became the whaling
capital of the world. The Massachv- |
setts port held the title until about |
1850 when the Civil War and the de-
velopment of the petroleum industry

A Of. thes aNewil
moved to Long |
chusetts where







sperms disabled three of our catchers
by breaking the blades off the pro-
pellors. They’re big, they’re tough and
they’re mean. If you don’t hit them
right, you may have to fight them
half a day.”
(The sperm not the only
whale in the sea. How the others
are hunted by brave and skillful

is

men will be told in the Dec. 4 issue
of the Aruba Esso News.)





[Aruba Inclui den Historia di Temporada1954 di Bayena

Curso di un storia cu a principia na October entre Inglaterra y Nor- | haaf, "Southern Venturer”
wega a traversa isla di Aruba mas tempran e luna aki y a sigui su| for di rif unda

rumbo den Atlantico te na isla di Sur Georgia.
Pa luna di Mei otro anja, e storia lo a traversa awanan frio di Sur |
Atlantico y Antarctico y regresa pas Inglaterra, y lo forma historia di

temporada di 1954 di bayer



E storia lo ta un otro capitulo den
historia di e hombernan kende du-
rante mas cu 600 anja — promer for |
di terr: de: -spues for di ariba bar



co — ¢

tura e an grandi

Cinco di

e

y despues sigui pa t
bayena unda primavera
camina pa verano,

tambe
ija e
maron,

Viajando sur
tempo aki di
di plankton, c oct
y otro cuminda ta como un



unda
aWanan ta yen

la.

y fortuna pa cap-

di mundo.

bapornan protogonista
> storia lo bunker na Lago e

lu-
errenonan
ta habri

den e

ypus, cebo
dozijn di-





ferente sorto di bayena destina pa un

encuentro cu morto.



E promer "factoria” di bayena cu| plama a 1 su dek, e parando pa coi lamar pa juego
a drenta na Lago e anja aki tabata|haaf di San Nicolas } anual,
*Southern Venturer,” traha na 1945|mara na Finger Pier No. 2. Di e 487 hombernan abordo, 189 |
y oper: pa Chr. Salvesen y Co. Cinco | Sl a carga 1277 barril di gas oil,|tabata Ingles, e resto tabata Nor-
cien y cincuenta y cinco pia largo, cu| 5365 barril di diesel oil y como wega. Norweganan ta forma nucleo
un hanchura di 74 Bis e bapor aki | 105, barril di fuel oil. Pa motibo| di tripulacion di e "eazadornan,” e
tabatin 487 homber, 1 el ta completamente carga, lo | bareonan A

34 porco bibo | cu or

Porconan Lo No Bolbe



bernan y e pushinan lo bolbe otro
anja na Mei. E porconan no. Nan lo
worde usa como parti di e carni fres
co cu e hombernan mester pa bringa

contra clima y fatiga cu ta parti di





nan 12 ora di trabao pa dia den un
di e empresanan mas peligroso di la-
mar.

"Southern Venturer” a sali Oct. 17

for di Newceastle-on-Tyne, Inglaterra
;pa Tensberg, Norwega, pa bu
|cayoneronan y



sca su
otro tripulantenan y



\cespues a coi rumbo pa Aruba.
rondo, sintando halto
y

Cu un boeg
ariba awa cu madera
cable y cura di porco y



ecabuya y










| ta dificil pa el sali for di entrada di

| Si tur cos bai bon e bapor, e hom-

a hala pa-
S. S. Cumarebo, un
lake tanker cual a mara canto di dje
a entrega ultimo 10,000 barril di
| fuel oil.

Nov.

e

11 "Southern Venturer” a sa-
| li for di Aruba y a sigui costa orien-
tal di America del Sur ariba un viaje
di 21 dia cu lo hibe’le Sur Georgia, un
dependencia di Islanan Falkland mas
of menos 1000 milla pa riba di e pun-
to zuid di Argentina.

| Aya Chr. Salvesen y Co. ta man-
|tene un stacion henter anja largo na
Leith Harbor yama segun puerto do-
mestico di e compania na Schotland.
| Un tripulacion chikito tz e tem-
po fuera di temporada manteniendo
facilidadnan di tanki y otro herment- |
nan auxiliar. |










Tiramento Ta Juego Anual
"Southern Venturer” lo mester
pasa cuatro dia pa descarga su dek,
tankinan y bodeganan di ¢





ra pre-








pareuw cu

a worde u
pa corre e bayenanan; e ””

buoy boats” |





| di e pais di cual e

cu yiu chikito por ehemplo,

cu ta lastra e bayenanan morto hiba
na e factoria y e remoleador cu ta
lastra cualkier di cazadornan of
otro botonan cu danja.

E anja aki "Southern Venturer” lo
opera cu nuebe cazador, dos menos cu
anja pasa, pa motibo cu International
Whi a reduci e can-
tidad di unidad di bayena cu por wor-

e



ing Commission

de mata durante e temporada.

E comision ta representa nacion-
nan cu tin industria bayenero y ta
opera for di Sandefjord, Norw



Barconan di e comision ta continua
mente ariba lamar contando popula-
cion di bayena, Trahando cu e infor-





macion aki, e ta establece e cantidad
di "unidadnan” cu por worde mata
tur anja y ainda preserva e cantidad.





Un of mas inspector, emplea door
bapor ta carga e
bande ta abordo di cada factoria.
Su trabao ta pa registra sexo, edad,
peso, largura y otro informacion to-
a b mata, y reporta







cante ca ona



infraccion di reglanan di e comision.
pa



ikinan tambe ta designa
proteha e bayenanan di ca
dornan no ta permiti pa me



ni
poco bayena cu ta bebe ainda.

(Continua na pagina 6)




6 ARUBA ESSO N





Waste Pushing Lago’s Utility Bill
Toward Fls. 12,000,000 This Year

The electricity we see in thun-
derstorms, the rain that falls, the
heat of the sun and the air we
breathe are free. But to use electri-
city, water, heat and air in refining
oil, Lago spent over Fls. 11,000,000
last year.

That much money was needed to ope-
rate the electric generators, to pump
water throughout the refinery
or purify it for use as fresh water,
to heat water to produce steam, to
compress air into a source of power,
to pay the men who did the work
and to buy the nec ry materials.

Another factor increasing the cost
was waste. This we can do something
about. Steam escaping through a hole
about the size of the letter ”o” on
this page would cost the company
some Fs. 64 a year. Hissing through
a hole the diameter of a lead pencil,
the escaping steam would cost
Fls. 4000 in the same period.

These leaks — apparently insigni-
ficant in themselves — are multiplied
into thousands of guilders by the
volume of Lago’s operations.

Electricity is not generally consi-
dered to be subject to le:
unnecessary use of electric
represents a loss both in the electric
power consumed and in the cost of
the bulbs burned out. The saving
gained by turning off an unused light
is small, but the effort required to!
flip a switch is even smaller.

Lago ta Pidi Empleadonan
The employee who spots leaks, ; ;
shrugs his shoulders and does nothing | Bisa Fo re m a n © ra Ti n Lea k

about them is the fellow who’s hel-|
ping push Lago’s utility bill this year |
toward Fls. 12,000,000.

Helping him are employees who |
see fresh water or steam or hear|

What A Leak Costs

NA Fis. per Year






Size of
Opening

Fresh
Water

Compressed | Process
Air Steam



sea










12,240

E electricidad cu nos ta mira den relampago, e awa cu ta yobe, @
| calor di e solo y e aire cu nos ta respira tur ta gratis. Pero pa usa
electricidad, awa y aire pa refina azeta, Lago a gasta mas di

compressed air escaping and ignore | Fis. 11,000,000 anja pasa.
them;

Tur e suma aki tabata necesario pa opera e generadornan electrico,
pa pomp awa di lama pa e plantanan

see electric lights burning |

den refineria of pa purifica e awa
| pa e worde usd como awa dushi, pa
cayenta awa pa produci stiem, pa

|comprimi aire den un fuente di for-
1, pa paga e hendenan cu a haci e
pa cumpra e mate nan



Un

otro factor cu ta aumenta e
costo tabata pérdida. Tocante
|nos por haci algo.
|e grandura di e letter 0”
gina aki lo cost
Fls. 64 pa anja. E stiem cu ta bai}
perdi suplando door di un buraco cu |

ariba e pa-



|
jun

| Fls. 4000 den e mes periodo.
hs ae
| Electricidad generalmente
considera cu lo e lek, pero uso in- |
irio di luz electrico ta forma un



ae



esaki |“
Stiem cu ta bai| di petroleo a corre e
perdi for di un buraco di mas 0 menos buloso for di lama













diametro di un potlood lo costa | oil

STEAM leaks can occur in many places. Pictured are two recent pérdida tanto den corriente como den
examples that were Joundreported and repaired. One is in s Hine, the |e coste di bombia cu kima. Loke ta
other in a steam valve. you see such leaks, report them and cut down worde economiza door di paga un|

ility losses. 2
ROC OSEGe bombia cu no ta worde





poco, pero e esfuerzo pa move
needlessly and don’t turn them off; | Plant.” He’s also the fellow who sees | switch ta ainda menos.
see electric-powered machines running | electricity being wasted and stops it. . ‘
unused — have the authority to turn | E empleado cu mira un leak, ta



hiza su schouder y no ta ha
tocante di dje ta e persona kende
| yuda Lago su gasto di corriente,

them off — and don’t. ;
The type of employee helping Lage

The
Cor

Company’s Oil Loss and Oil
rvation Committees have ex-








reduce its utility bill is the fellow perienced considerable success by r oe . : 9.000.
who spots a leak and say to his fore-| questing employees to report oil hence subi e anja aki te Fls. 12,000,000.
man, ”There’s a break in a steam line | leaks. The same type of cooperation) Yudando e empleado mencioné aki





over by the Alky Plant” or ”Air’s| will help in the reduction of utility |
escaping from a line behind the Acid | losses. |

riba ta e empleadonan cu ta mira cu

bai perdi y no ta haci caso di nan;
|kende ta mira luz electrico ta cende
sin necesidad y no ta paga nan y
kende ta mira mashinnan di corriente
ta traha sin mester y no ta stop nan.



E clase di empleado cu ta yuda
Lago reduci su gastonan di awa, cor-
riente, etc. ta e persona cu haya un
leak ta reporta esaki na su foreman,

bisando: Tin un leak den e linja di
stiem banda di Alky Plant” of ’Aire
ta sali for di e linja tras di Acid

Plant.” Esaki ta tambe e persona
kende ta mira cu corriente ta worde
malgasta y ta stop esey.

E Comisionnan Tocante Pérdida di
Azeta y pa Conserva Azeta di Com-
pania a experimenta considerable su-
|ceso door di pidi empleadonan pa re-
| porta leakmento di azeta. E mes cl
| di cooperacion lo yuda pa reduci pér-
|dida di awa, corriente, stiem, etc.









WATER costs money. When it breaks loose — such as shown here — it
is water and money wasted. If such a leak is seen and not reported,
it is like throwing money away. Report leaks — they are expensive.







usd ta masha |

&| cer

nada |
al
awa, |

awa dushi, stiem y aire comprimi ta| cador
| ee

| barril di gas oil.



Aruba Inclui

Den Historia

(Continua di pagina 5)
Tur dia e factoria ta manda un
telegram pa Sandefjord pa reporta e
cantidad di unidadnan mata e dia ey.
FE sistema di unidad ta basa ariba ¢
bayena blauw, cual ta forme
dad. Dos bayena di fin ta igual na
un bayena blauw, dos y mitar bayena
humpba
sei ta igual na un blauw.

E 20 factorianan cu lo ta den ¢
terrenonan e anja aki lo ta permiti
pa mata 15,500 unidad entre Jan. 2
y April 17. Si e limite worde aleanza
promer cu e fecha aki, e comision lo
declara e temporada cer

Ariba base di su census, e comision
a pospone habrimento di e temporada
di bayena blauw te Jan. 16,
permiti e bayeneronan pa mata mes
tanto bayena humpback cu nan por
den cuatro dia. Anja pasa e limite
ariba e humpback mahos, cu ta landa
poco poco, tabata 50 den tres dia.

Formando e flota lo ta 12 factoria
Norwega, tres Ingles
"Southern Harvester,” un
filiaal di "Southern Venturer,” dos
Japones, un Holandes, un Panamenjo
y un Rusiano.

Rus ta representa den e comi-























sion, pero en cuanto cu hendenan di|
factoria |

afor no ta permiti ariba e
Sovietico y su inspector ta un nacio-
nal, no ta conoci si e Rus
obedece reglanan di e



anonan ta
comision.

, Basquenan Promer Bayenero

E
e anja aki probablemente
600 anja pa





a principia
door di Basquenan ecu
tabata tir: ena for di terra den
Siglo 10. Den siglo 14 segun historia
ta conta, algun bayena a worde cap-
tura dilanti cost: Newfoundland






di
pero ta Holandesnan — 200 anja des-

| pues — a organiza di promer expe-
|dicion di bayena pa Spitsbergen.

E factorianan ta usa awendia, den
flen-
di saca su gordura y obtene e
worde inventa door di Ho-
n.



|un forma mehora, e tecnico di ”
sing”




ubrimento di Mundo Nobo,
1a move pa Long Island y
achusetts unda New Bedford a

ra capital di bayena na mundo.
Puerto di Massachu a tene titulo
te mas of menos 0 tempo cu
Guer Civil y desaroyo di industria











ayeneronan fa-





Industria di bayena ta un bon clien-

a Compania como|te di productonan di Lago. E cinco

factorianan cu lo drenta e luna aki
| lo rga como 579,000 barril di fuel
),000 barril di diesel oil y 1300
Ademas, nan _ lo
|cumpra un gran cantidad di mercan-





no ta/cia for di proveedornan na Aruba.

Bayena Macho Ta Rey





Bayena ta rey di e ba-
yena macho ta rey ona. El ta
abi, liher y vicioso y asina dificil pa



captura cu 1 e comision
| temporada ariba dje.
| Tabata na 1712 cu un harpoenero






|di Nantucket a tira su lanza den e
promer baye na mé icho captura. Ora
|nan a y a descubri cu el
| tabata azeta, e se di ba-

a Bra e centro di atencion



yena a
|di tur expedicionnan di bayena.

| E macho ta Joe Luis di mundo di
bayena. Harpoena, e ta bira un até
salvaje. W. H. Millar, insp'
abordo di "Southern Venturer
ribi su pelea na e siguiente ma-








nera:

”E macho ta waak patras pa mira
di unda e harpoen a bini y ta mira
e cazador cu ta halando atras pa
mantene tension ariba e cabuya di
harpoen y pasobra el sabi cu e ani-
mal ta bai ataka.

”Y tur biaha el ta haci asina! E
chapaleta bao di e bapor ta hacie’le
joke y e ta bai ariba dje cu su cabez
duro. Anja pasa e machonan a kibr
chapaleta di tr adornan.
Nan ta grandi, fuerte y vicioso. Si
bo no tira nan bon, anto podiser bo
mester bringa nan mitar dia promer
cu nan muri.’

(BE bayena
den lamar.










s di nos ¢







ta e unico

Com e otronan ta worde

macho no
bringd door di hombernan cu curashi
y habilidad lo worde contd den edicion
di Dec. 4 di Aruba Esso News.)






un uni- |

:k ta un blauw of seis bayena ;

pero lo)

incluyendo |
bapor |

toria cu e bapornan lo describi |

ta |

November 20, 1953



‘Two Mechanical
Department Men
Win Promotions

Two Mechanical
ployees — James C. Johnson and Fe-
derico V. Christiaans — haye been
promoted to zone foreman and car-
penter subforeman respectively.

Mr. Johnson was first employed by

Department em-





Lago in March, 1948 as a subfore-
man-pipe. In August, 1950, he was
promoted te foreman-pipe and has

frequently served as acting zone fore-
man since that date.

Mr. Christiaans, who has over 11
years of service, was first employed
as an apprentice D in the Lago Voca-
tional School from which he graduat-
ed in 1946.

Assigned to the carpenter craft, he
worked through the helper and car-
penter grades until December, 1951
when he was promoted to carpenter
A. He was made a temporary sub-
| foreman in January of this year and
| was permanently assigned Nov. 1.





J.C. Johnson — F, V. Christiaans

Clarance Cremony,
Marie C. Marucheau

Plan to Retire



Two employees, whose combined
| service totals over years, will re-
tire Jan. 1. They are Clarance D.
Cremony, a pipefitter C in the

Mechanical Department and Marie ¢
Marucheau, a press operator in the
laundry.

Mr. Cremony was first employed by
Lago as a laborer-pipe in November,
1933. Three years later he became a
pipefitter helper B and in 1938 was





promoted to the grade at which he
will retire. He will return to St.
Maarten.

Miss Marucheau, who will retire

with more than 15 years of service,
was first employed as a senior ap-
prentice B in the laundry. She later
served as a laundress, feeder,
and shirt sleeve ironer before achiev-
ing her present grade of double press
operator,
She will remain in Aruba.



Ss, irone

|
|
|



Clarance Cremony Marie Marucheau

‘Clarance Cremony,

Marie C. Marucheau
Ta Bai Retira

Dos empleado, cu un total di ser-
vicio combina cu ta pas
| bai retira Jan. 1. Nan ta Clarence
| Cremony, pipefitter C den Mechani
|Department y Marie C. Maruchea
| un press operator den Laund

Sr. Cremony tabata emple;
{Lago como un laborer
November 1933. Tres
a bira pipefitter helper B y na 1988
1 promocion pa e grado na
cual el ta bai retira. El lo regresa pa
| St. faarten.
| Srta. Marucheau, kende
cu mas cu 15 anja di servicio, tabata
|empled como un senior apprentice B
|den Laundry. El a traha tambe como
\laundress, ironer feeder, y_ shirt
sleeve ironer promer cu el a yega na
su rango di double press oper: ator.
| El ta keda na Aruba.




u,




door di
pipe na
anja despues el











lo retira








ARUBA ESSO NEWS




















Yer ALL FALCON

VII)

12

At midnight Oct. 31 the Grand March of the annual

Esso Club Hallowe’en dance began. Gay party-
goers displayed colorful costumes in keeping with an
age old custom associated with countries where Celtic
influence is strong. In some parts of England bonfires
and fortunetelling like those of midsummer night con-
tinue. Elsewhere masquerading is popular. Tales of
witches and ghosts are told and in remote communi-
ties old superstitions are kept. Many Hallowe’en games
date from the Middle Ages. Religiously, Oct. 31 pre-
cedes All Saints Day - feast of the Roman Catholic
and Anglican churches - the day on which the church

glorifies God for all His saints.





Moulin Rouge




Harry Turton



SLAVE MART IN THE NEAR EAST



iw

Hobo twins Cliff Whelan, Al Kossut



Dogpatch Mr. & Mrs. Ben Marvick





Ev Biddle



Happy Clown






26 Employees Receive

September CYI Awards



Twenty

employees shared in the total CYI award money of

Fls. 1935 for the month of September. While the suggestions accepted

were mostly in the Fls. 20 and Fs.

25 class, four employees went over

the Fls. 100 mark with their ideas. Miss N. Dirkmaat led the parade

of winners with a Fls. 600 award.
gesting a handling
ployee committee minutes.
Second highest of Fls. 300 went to
W. I. de So who suggested the
installation of lines from cycle oil
pumps’ discharge to tie into dischar;
lines of other pumps. Johan Jans
ived Fls. 250 for his suggestion of

revised of em-









re
wrapping laundered bundles in paper
before sending them out. A. G. Zep-
penfeldt received Fls. 100 for an ac-
counting suggestion. Other winners
follow:
Accounting Department
A. G. Zeppenfeldt Fils.
Accounting - Tabulating to run
of moving Storehouse item only.
Colony Service Department

F. Shortt Fls. 50
A. Carty Fils. 20



100
reel

Executive Office

N. Dirkmaat (Miss) Fls. 600

Revised handling of committee notes.
Industrial Relations Dept.

F. Parris 1

E. Thiet FE
Mechanical Department









Administration
A. J. Korsko D
A. Brouwer D
S. Bacchus )

Storehouse

J. E. Hazlewood

Metal Trades |
H. P. Gittens Fls. 50|
Tool fabrication (extension soc et



wrenches) for floating roof tanks.



A CHECK, pipe and ashtray were

Shipyard prior to his retirement Oct. 31 after 20 years of Lago service.

R. Tromp makes the presentation

gathered with Mr. Lampe at the time he was given his gifts.

UN CHECK, pipa y shinishero a worde presenta na Jan L. Lampe di
Shipyard promer cu su retiro Oct. 31 despues di 20 anja di servicio cu
Lago. R. Tromp ta haci e presentacion na nomber di companieronan di
trabao kende a reuni cu Sr. Lampe na momento cu el a recibi e regalonan.



EUGENIO HENRIOQUEZ was



the guest

She received this amount for sug-

Marine
i. B. Lewis
Accounting - Systems & M
revisions to form Lot-Mar.
Taxi trip ticket).
Catalytic & Light Ends

Fis. 80
sthod

99 BP-21
















W. I. de Souza Fls. 300
nstall 144” line from cycle oil
pumps’ discharge line & tie into d
charge line of pumps No. 1465
1466,
J. Arrindell
BE. Garraway
P. Gonsalves
R. de Barros
Light Oils Finishing
Johan Jansen F
|C.S. - Laundry wrap laundere
bundles in paper before dispatching.



Fls.

| A. Klaverweide
C. Vrolijk



Utilities

T. Veldema Fils. 2
Technical Service Department
Engineering

R. Janecek
Mech. - En
ment hook ligh
permit attaching to gold medal scaf- |
folding.



rge
on

eptard



extension

G. E. Hartwell Fs.
3. Schelfhorst Fls.
Laboratory
H. R. Wolfe Fls. 20}
Process
| B. Gomes Fls. 20

presented to Jan L. Lampe of the

on behalf of fellow workers who









ARUBA ESSO NEWS



November 20, 1





M. E. Emanuels
Gains Diploma

Lopping five months off the s
ard time, M. E. Emanuels, an E
trie Craft train has completed a
Practical Electrician course with the
International Correspondence School.

Nineteen months Mr. Ema-
a Lago employee since 1948,
an Electric Craft training
and the ICS course. Last

received his ICS diploma
he finishes the craft
program to
vanced correspondence course.

The ICS training partially
financed by the company’s Education
Refund Plan.







ago
nuels,
started
program
month he
}and as soon





plans to go on an ad-






PUTTING some of his newly-
acquired ki ledge to work, M. E.
Emanuels is shown at work in the
FAR, M Emanuels recently
completed a Practical Electrician
correspondence course.







PONTENDO algun di su sabiduria
nobo na trabao, M. E. Eman
ta munstra trahando den G
Sr. Emanuels recicntemente a_ |
completa un curso di correspon-
dencia como Electricista Practico.

NEW ARRIVALS





Re









Gctober 30
MUNROE, Darington - Drydock: A daugh-
ter, Florence Cathin
THOMPSON, Ge - Lake Fleet
A son, Derek Dani |
. Gentle - Shipyard: A son, Ashlin
»mon
ure - Electrical: A son,
rnard.
October 31
Herman - Mech. - Yard:



Erwin R

I
THODE
Nicola
RICHARDSON, Martin C
A

*: A son, Erick



AS









£
2milio M .
November 2

A. - Machine: A son,
- Marine Wharves:
jlenda Maria.

November 3
Clement P. Industrial



A daughter,

JELAIRE, Rela-



tions:: A son, Keith Leroy.
November 4
NOEL, Byron R. - Utilities: A daughter,




Grithel Delphia.
jovember S

- Acid & Edel.:











Mech Admini-
Adrian
- Machine: A son, Ri-
. - Pipe: A son, |
|
Tin:

- Mech. -
M

- Garage








AN,
»nimo



Eu
Leonardo.
November 7

A son, |



Leoc - Cracking: A son,

THIJZEN
e 1.

- Colony Commissary:

A son, Jacin-

h, - Paint:

A daugh-





Maria Corom



of honor at a retirement

luncheon Oct. 30. Mr. Henriquez of the Mechanical Department — Ad-
ministration will retire Dec. 1. Shown seated around the table are Mr.

Henriquez, A. Lampe, W. E. Mills,
and T. V.

P. E. Jensen, G. Lopez, G. Ernesti
- Malcolm.

EUGENIO HENRIQUEZ tabata huesped di honor na un comida di des-
pedida Oct. 30. Sr. Henriquez di Mechanical Department — Administra-

tion lo retira Dec. 1. Munstra sinta rond di e mesa ta



r. Henriquez,

A. Lampe, W. E. Mills, P. E. Jensen, G. Lopez, G. Ernesti y T. V. Malcolm.










November 8
IN, McKenly - P.H. }



ymundo - Mech. : A daugh-
reela Dani
Ifons:
rgaret
B. -

: A daugh-



de lectrical: A daughter,

Alta ae |
Marcelino - Mech. - Paint: A son, |



November 9

Santiago G. y Cat. & L. Ends:

son

GEERMAN, Luis B. - Storehouse: A son,
nklin Luis.

| November 10

ARRINDELL,

d

Emile A. - Mech. - Pipe:
ughter, Melvina Aldona Alvin
, Joseph - Marine Wharves:



A son,



November 11
| DONATA, Luis B. - L.O.F.: A
: Gabriel A. - Electrical
ter, Glenda Marieta.
MADURO, Venancio - Cracking:
Venancio Turpino
WEE AN, Sinforiano -
| A daughter.

daughter.
A daugh-



A son,

Mech. -



Pipe: |

| Pedrito Bislip

| Tourney Winners Receive



OLGA FELIPE

tournament. On his right
De Silva, shaking M

the



OLGA FELIPE a haci presentacion di premionan na ¢
neo di ping pong di Lago Club, Kenneth Abraham (mas na banda dree
a gana e torneo. Na su banda robez ta Carton Thompson
Ian Da Silva, sagudiendo man di Srta. Felipe, a gana tercer

SERVICE AWARDS

30-Year Buttons

James Muteh McNab
Marine Department

20-Year Buttons

Cornelis C. Antoine
Marine Department
Hassell
Industrial Relations
William P. Bryson Mech. - Pips
Clarance Cremony Mech. - Pipe
Ludovico L. Quandus
Mech. - Welding
Mech. - Electrical
Mech. - Carpentei
Mech. - Storehouse
Mech. - Storehouse
Mech. - Garage
Mech. - Pipe

Eugenius A. L.

Cecil Nicholls
Bernardo S. Maris

Juan R. V. Croes
Edward Wills
Bicente Geerman
Bilby P. Hodgson

Mech. - Storehouse
Cracki
Utilit





Theodoor Wouters
Juan A. E. Maduro
Wenceslao Kelly

Receiving & Shipping
Maximo de Cuba

Light Oils Finishing
Pedro M. de Cuba

Light Oils Finishing

Francisco Croes Shipyard

10-Year Buttons
Pedro J. Garcia Shipyard
Wilbert Ch. A. Edwards
Alfred John
Emilie V. Cato








of 28 years of compan



chief officer of the Inv



CAPT. WILLI



J — fan. as ;
CAPT. WILLIAM CRAIG’S retirement luncheon marked the completion |
ervice. Capt. Craig’s career started in 1925 as
1ibo. Shown (left to right) are Capt. Ww. L.
Thomas, Capt. D. J. Garden, W. A. McPhee, Capt. Fred Ellis, Capt.
H. L. Morgan and MR. Craig.
M CRAIG su comida di retiro a marea completacion di i

28 anja di servicio. Carera di Capt. Craig a cuminza na 19

mer oficial abordo di Invercaibo. Munstra (robez pa drechi) ta Capt.
A.

W. L.

made the presentation of prizes to the winners of the
Lago Club ping pong tournament. Kenneth Abraham (far
is Carton
s Felipe’s hand, took third place.



John Smith Mech rd
| Jonathan Jackson Mech - Yard
| Abraham James Mech, - Yard

Herbert A. Dedier Mech, - Carpenter

Mech. - Electrical

Shipyard | Keith V. Edwards
Shipyard | Whi i
« Cecil Baptiste

Thomas, Capt. D. J. Garden, W.
Capt. H. L. Morgan y $



Prizes



ght) won
r-up. Tan



Thompson, runn

anadornan di t







Commissary Inventory
To Be Taken Dec. 1
Because of the recent change



from credit to cash sales,
ry at both retail commissaries will
be Tuesday, Dec. 1. Both

stores will be closed on that date



invento-

taken



Whart Employees
Contribute Fls. 650
To Mrs. M. Maduro

Employees of the wharves
whom the late Modesto Maduro work-
ed organized a collection to assist his
widow. Headed by S. L. Perryman
and P. L. Hodge of Receiving
Shipping, the men of the docks con- |
tributed Fls. 650. Mrs. Maduro was
given the money Noy. 13

Mr. Maduro was killed in an acci- |
dent at the Lake Tanker dock Oct. 11.

with

and |












Anthony John L.H. Dining Hall
Joseph I. Nobrega Material Acco
Ronald Canhigh TSD I
Lawrence Dickson TSD I

James A. Gibbs
Magnus Billy
S. Rehardson Cr

Light Oils
Light Oils I



king

Allan S. :
Joseph L. Park Utilities
Ewen 6. Quashic Receiving & Shipping
Joseph Duncan Mech rd





Mech. - Paint
Mech, - Yard











5 como pro-



PePhee, Capt. Fred Ellis,
r. Craig.





I nn Se.