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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:
June 5, 1954
Frequency:
biweekly
regular
Language:
English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba ( lcsh )
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periodical ( marcgt )

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Text in English and papiamento.
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v. 1- 1940-
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Cover title.

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Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
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Headed for Bone- Yard





Esso Providence’ paints out the Esso

A SAILOR aboard the former

house symbol on the ship which was sold and renamed the ''Lisbeth’’ for
one more voyage — to a ‘boneyard’ in England.

N MATROOS abordo di e anterior '
ma di Esso ariba e bapor cual tabat

olo viaje mas — pa un empresa a

U Esso Providence'’ ta tapa e em-
bl bendi y yama "'Lisbeth’' pa haci

i desarmacion na Inglaterra.





fess

VOL. 15, No. 12

Esso News Increased
At Gates 1 and 6 Given Promotions

Beginning with this issue, the num- Seven employe have been pro-
ber of copies of the Aruba Esso News | moted. They are Walter D. Huffman,

Seven Employees







at Gates 1 and 6 will be increased to| Jean I. Minton, Garth E. Viele,
sufficiently cover employees leaving|Gerardus Smit, Cecil Drake, Robert
at noon the day of distribution as well) MacMillan and Clarence D. Sexton.
as that afternoon and the following Mr. Huffman was promoted from



day. shift foreman to process foreman in

Catalytic and Light Ends; Mr. Min-



In order to accommodate employees

on the 12 to 8 shift, copies of the|ton from C&LE operator to fire
Esso News will be placed in the gate| equipment maintenance foreman in
house of Gate 6. Employees leaving | Proc Utilities; Mr. Viele from



at 8 a.m. the day following distribu-
tion may pull into the Gate 6 parking
ar



foreman to assistant division
in C≤ Mr. Smit
from operator to assistant shift fore-
man in C≤ Mr. Drake from fore-
Mechanical

pre
superintendent





nd pick up their copies in the
gate house. The patrolman stationed
at Gate 6 will not hand out the Aru-



man to zone foreman



in
ba Esso News to shift workers leay-|— Electrical; Mr. MacMillan from
ing at 8 a.m. zone foreman — Electrical to assis-

The Aruba Esso News will also be
available at Gate 6 for shift
shift workers will
have to park their cars and pick up

tant zone supervisor in Mechanical —
Field Coordination Mr. Sexton
from engineer A to assistant super-

other and

' groups.

Again,

vising engineer —

field engineering



their copies in the gate house. in the Technical Service Department.

Additional copies will also be| Mr. Huffman was first employed in
Placed a Gate 1 for shift workers| 1934 as an operator third-class in the
leaving the afternoon of distribution| Pressure Stills, was promoted to

or following day through that exit. (Continued on page

2)

Bradshaw, Thompson a Gana Fs.

Lisle Bradshaw, un subforeman di welding den Shipyard, a pusha
Suma di un idea cu el a manda aden anja pasa te Fs. 1500 na fin di
luna pasa ora el a gana e premio mayor di CYI pa supervisors.

Na Maart 1953 Sr. Bradshaw a recibi Fl 900 pa linea di aire
pont pa e dolphinnan di reparacion den haaf pa reempl



worde
aza compresor-





nan cu ta worde hiba afor ariba e
| pores di welding, Ganador di e segunda premio di
| sapornan cu tin algo di drecha ta| F 500 den Cl II tabata A.





mara na e dolphinnan pa scapa lu-| Thompson, un

Ideas Com- | Sr

foreman na Gat age



gar di mara. Coin Your hompson a nota cu e drain pans
eee a reporta cu e sugerencia di|bao crank-case di e ’straddle-trucks’

r. Bradshaw ta scapa tempo, tra-| tabata na peligro pa worde gekraak
bao y material y a dune’le e premio|ora e truck worde carga demasiado.
grandi durante un ceremonia cortico Despues cu otro medionan protec-
Mei 21 den Oficina Mayor, tivo a fracz ;









sa, Sr. Thompson a devisa

rn eee

"Esso Providence’ Making

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

Last Voyage

The "Esso Providence” sailed
into San Nicolas harbor May 18
and out again Mz While in
port the tanker changed its owners
name and destiny.









The Providence” was built in 1921
by the Sun Ship ulding and Dry
Dock Co. of Chester, Pa., for the |
Union Oil Co. which named it the

















"Cerro A s maiden voyage
the "Azul” tr ed to Tampico,
Mexico, where became a black oil
carrier.

The ship ed for one of
Mexico’s mc f is gushers. In
1910 the iast troleum Co., a
subsidiary of the Mexican Petroleum
|Co. (of ¢ ornia) which brought in|
the first majoi oducing wells in
| Mexico, started drilling in the Cerro
|de la Pez are: th of Tampico.

trike the Juan Ca-|



Its first
siano No.



; the f

lled

st gusher suc
Mexico. In Feb.,





| ful




Hy contr
1916, the comp: brought in its
|Cerro Azul No. gusher which a

| geologist certified flowing 300,000
|barrels a day
| The Mexican government called
jout its army to help the company
bring the well under control.
The ship named for the well had
| been in service si rs when it was










|ordered to the ndard Oil Co. of
Indiana transshipment station at
Aruba. The company had _ just

finished cutting an opening through
a reef which partially blocked San

(Continued

on page 2)







Bradshaw, Thompson Win
Class Il Capital Awards



LISLE BRADSHAW, a Shipyard subforeman, is congratulated by General
Manager O. S. Mingus on winning the top 1953 ‘Coin Your Ideas’ Capi-
tal Award for 1953. Mr. Bradshaw suggested running airlines to the
repair dolphins in the harbor. The capital Award was worth Fls. 1000.
|
LISLE BRADSHAW, un subforeman di Shipyard, ta recibi felicitacion di
Gerente General O. S. Mingus como el a gana e premio grandi di Coin
Your Ideas pa 1953. Sr. Bradshaw a sugeri pa pasa linea di aire pa e
dolphin di reparacion den haaf. E premio tabata di Fls. 1000.

Share Fls. 1500 for Submitting Ideas
To Reduce Costs In Shipyard, Garage

Lisle Bradshaw, a welding subfore-|’straddle-trucks’ were in danger of
man in the Shipyard, pushed the pro- | being cracked when the truck’s load
fit on an idea he fi coined’ in 1 | was lifted too high.

}to Fls. 1500 la ast month when fe After other protective devices
| took down the top Capital Award for | failed, Mr. Thompson devised a ’floa-

4







e







| supervisors. ting plate’ beneath the crankcase.

In March of 1953 Mr. Bradshaw) When the rising load forced the
was awarded Fls. 500 for suggesting | plate in contact with the case, an
that airlines be run to the repair|electrical circuit was closed and a

dolphins in the harbor to replace | warning horn sounded in the truck.
compressors which were floated out} The committee said Mr. Thomp-
on the welding barge. |son’s idea saved time and labor “by



\Mas Esso News

Na Porta 1 y 6

Cuminzando cu e edicion aki, e can-



tidad di copia di Aruba

na Porta No. 1 y 6 lo worde aumenta|}



asina cu empleadonan cu ta sali mer-
dia arik lia di distribucion, atardi















ye nte dia lo por haya un co-
pia.

Pa por ilita empleadonan tra-
hando 12 pa 8, copia di Esso
News lo worde por ae oficina na
Porta 6. Emple n cu ta sali 8
a.m. e dia 1i€ di distribucion
por para nz uto na e lugar di par-
keer di Port

tuma nan copia na
E patrolman para



e cuarto di Port









na Porta 6 lo no pez News na
trahadornan di arda cu ta baha
8 a.m.
Tambe pa otro gruponan di warda
so News lo ta disponibel na Porta
6. Nan tambe lo mester parkeer nan
auto y an copia na e



oficina na



Copia adicional
be na Porta No. 1

warda cu



worde poni tam-
2 trahadornan di

ardi di parti-
dia na e porta

1500,



mento of ¢ e

aki

un platillo flotar ao di crank-
case. O zg > platillo den
contacto cu e © , un circuito







elect tz in senjal di ad-
erte ta zon auto.

ittec sa cu idea di Sr

ipson tabata pa tempo y tra-

bao “door di preveni posible danjo

na motor y consequente tempo inpro-



ductivo di «



truc
Ademas di e F
dornan di premio



00 cu e gana-



i Clase II a re-
cibi, e Committee anterior a duna
Fis. 2200 na cuatro ganadornan di
premionan di Clase I pa 1953.

Ships in for repairs tied up at the! preventing possible motor damage
;dolphins to save berthing space. The|and consequent equipment down-

|’Coin Your Ideas’ committee reported ! time.”














|Mr. Bradshaw’s suggestion saved! In addition to the Fls. 1500 given
time, labor and material and gave}the two Class II Capital Award
him the top Class II award at cere-| winners, the committee earlier this
monies held May 21 in the General | year awarded Fls. 2200 to four win-
Office Building. jners of the 1953 Class I Capital
| Winner of the Fls. 500 second | Awards.

Class Il award was A. Thompson, a! Mr. Bradshaw and Mr. Thompson



foreman in the Garage. Mr. Thomp-
son noticed that drain pans beneath
the crank of the



to

have

were the first Lago supervisors
receive Capital Awards which
larger | been set up on an annual basis.

cases

New Home in Sabaneta

Freres Building Fund
Receives Lago Donation

In continuing its paramount aim of assisting those dedicated to the
development of a morally strong and prosperous community, Lago this
week made a donation to the Freres of the Institute of the Brothers
of the Christian Schools. Lago’s donation of Fls. 33,000 was given to
help offset the cost of constructing a new home for the Freres in
Sabaneta.





a group of men whose lives
Catholic | icated to help teach other men
new home will! whose numbers have increased to
keep pace with the community they

are ded-




Located n¢ the Roman
church and school, the

15 and 18 Freres who

ar



house between



teach there and in San Nicolas. At 2 helping to develop. The Freres
present Freves live in the Huize 3 came to Aruba in 1937. They
de la Salle — their home in Oran- d two schools and 650 students.



Because



jestad. much of the history

< »1s and some
of the Christian Brothers in Aruba]

1 world-wide

Today they have 10 sch
4000 students. Part of













involves tremendous expansion, the| oder, the Christian Brothers were
new quarters are more than need founded by St. John Baptist de la
While the Huize de la Salle is "hor Salle in 1684 as the first order de-
for 38 Freres, normal capacity 1S) voted exclusively to Christian edu-
25. Their home v 1s built in 1914 to! cation. When La Salle died in 1719,
house eight persons. To accommodate 9g, Pyeres were teaching 9300 stu-

the growing number of Freres it was

j



dents in 27 “communities” composec







enlarged in 1940 and again in 1946.) 5¢ » director and a faculty of Bro-
Frere Andre, former director of | thers, From this beginning came the

in Aruba said last year,| Brothers who live and teach in Aruba.

in it become too small, | Already underway, Petrona &





to build another

Bee REP heart Croes, contractors, are expected to
home in Sabaneta.” complete the building the latter part
Lago’s contribution goes to it|of this year.







n

A russ EssO N EW

Printed by the Curacaosche Courant, Curacao,

N.W.I.

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

In Memorium.. .

MRS. ETHEL CASEY, president of the Women's
| of the American Legion, is
memorial flag pole during Memorial Day cere-

Esso Post No.
the base of Hh post's



Auxiliary of the Aruba
shown placing a wreath at

monies last Sunday in honor of United States war dead.

SRA. ETHEL CASEY, presidente di e Women's

Auxiliary di Aruba Esso

Post No. | di American Legion, ta worde munstraé poniendo un krans na

pia di e palu di bandera durante ceremonianan cu a worde teni Dia di

Memoria, Diadomingo pasa, den honor di Merikanona cu a muri durante
_guerra.

Pea dent: Free Days Nearing

New Vocational

Safety is riding high in the Lago, dents, in working









Vocational School. Seven groups of
students are daily adding accident-
free work days to their safety re-
cords that have already ed the
100-day mark for first udents

and the 150-day mark for second and



third year students. z
On April 18 and April 28, the first | sz
year students of -B and 5

reached the 100th consecutive work-
ing day without an industrial injury
of any type. Both groups are still)
adding safe days to their records. On|
April 14, groups 1-52, 2 and 2 51|
passed the 150th consecutive working
day without an accident. Groups 4-51
and 3-52 also joined the ranks of the
150 or better safe days when poy
passed the mark May 19 and May 2

These groups are working for BAG
consecutive accident-free days. Reach-
ing 200 working days without an
accident has never been accomplished











in the Vocational hool.
Already one Vocational School
safety record has been set. The stu-

© GRAMITY





advisor.
leentre whose job it is to promote
ety within their respective groups.





School Record

and studying

fely as they have, established a 1
cord of three consecutive months
without an accident to any member

of the student body.

Max Jessurun is the faculty s
Sach group has two sa







Kalloo Reelected

Chairman of LCAC

Allan A. Kalloo of the Technical
Service Department was reelected
chairman of the Lago Commissary
Advisory Committee at the group’s
turnover meeting May 28. Augusto
Kelly of the Process Department
was elected vice-chairman and

Mrs. A. M. de Vries of the Indus-
trual Relations Department, secre-
tary.



LVS Boy’s Exhibit Captures Award

At the
Mare Ange
display which w



no 1



With laboratory

Allentown,
hydrometric

on the
four
three points.
96 in algebra
in conduct





ades were
geometry, 82
98 in conduct.

in





fety |
ty

Allentown High School’s
receiv!
one ¢



The former Lago Vocational School student, who
with Patricio Ras is studying at the Pennsylvania
school on a one-year, all-exp » scholarship provided
by Lago, exhibited the methods of finding the specific

gravity of petroleum products.

and with Esso products provided by an
Marciano

methods
Marciano’s grade:
honor roll but Patricio, forced by illness to miss
days of school,

Marciano’s grades were
n general mathemz
and 75 in physical education.



92 in

algebra,

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Sabaneta ta Luga
Di Edificio Nobo (=

Continuando su obheto principal
pa asisti esnan ta
mes na desarollo di un comunidad
moralmente fuerte y
siman aki Lago a haci un donacion
na Frerenan di e Instituto di School

cu dedica nan

prospero, e



Christian. Donacion di Lago di
Fls. 33,000 a worde dund pa yuda
cubri e costo di construccion di un

cas nobo pa Frerenan na Sabaneta.

E cas nobo, cu lo ta situa cerea di



Misa Catolico di Sabaneta, lo acomo-
da entre 15 te 18 Frere cu lo duna
les na Sabaneta y San Nicolas. Ac-

tualmente 38 Frere ta biba na Huize

de la Salle — nan cas na Oranjestad.
Como cu e trabao di Frerenan na
Aruba ta aumenta mas y mas, e cas

ta

de

mas cu
la Salle
su capacidad normal ta pa
Nan cas a traha
1914 pa ocho persona.
iente di F

nobo nece
Huize
Frere,
persona.



rio. Mientras



tae cas” pa

worde

Pa acomoda ¢



cantidad cre > el a wor-
}de haci mas grandi na 1940 y luego
|na 1946. Y manera Frere Andre, di-

| recteur anterior di Frerenan na Aru-





|ba a bisa anja pasa Un bez mas e
cas a bira mucho chikito,
ta bai traha un otro cas na Sabane-

| ta.”

pesey nos

E contribucion di Lago ta pa asisti
{un grupo di homber kende nan bida
\ta dedica pa yuda sinja otro y kende

|
| | Seven Promotions

(Continued from page 1)
E

operator second-class and assistant
operator and then became an opera-
tor in where he









Hydro-Poly oO
served as a shift breaker for shift
foreman before transferring to
C&LE.

Mr. Minton was first employed in

1938 as an apprentice operator in the



a
om
—<
o
o

W. D. Huffman



annual Science Fair,
d honorable mention for
500 entered in the competition.

his










school,
o dealer in
illustrated the displacement and
of determining specific gravity.
s in the past marking period put him

equipment provided by the





failed to make the honor roll by

94 in 91

ics, 93

in history,
in physics,
Patricio’s

English,





90 in plane
and

in history,
90 in general chemistry

English, 8§







nan numero a aumenta
yuda desarolla e

pa por
comunidad crecien-
Frerenan a yega Aruba na 1937.
Nan tabatin dos school y 650
diante. Awe nan tin 10 school y como
4000 estudiante. E orden di Frerenan
cu ta traha ariba henter
mundo tabata funda door di St. Jan

sigul



do.

estu-

Christian

also served as assis-
and operator when he
the Depart-

served as an operator

Plant and
tant operator
transferred to
ment where he
in C&LE.

Gas

Process



| Mr. Viele was first employed in|
11940 as student engineer in TSD
| where he served as a junior engineer,



chemical engineer II, process tester
and designer and chemical engineer
A. Transferred to Catalytic, he

technical and







served as a assistant



foreman.

proce.

Mr. Smit was first employed in
1940 as an apprentice operator IV
in Hydro Poly and served as assis-
tant operator and operator before



transferring to C&LE.

Mr. Drake irst employed in
1943 as a subforeman first class
| Electrical where he also served as a

subforeman.



was



Mr. MacMillan was first employed |
in 1943 as a tradesman first class in |



| Electrical where he also served as

{subforeman second class and first
class.

Mr. Sexton was first employed in

1948 as a junior engineer in TSD —

Engineering. He

also served as an

sngineer C, B and

A.

The promotion of



Mr. Huffman, Mr
fa Minton, Mr. Viele,
Mr. Smit and Mr.
Sexton became ef-
fective June 1. The
promotion of Mr.
Drake and Mr.
MacMillan became
effective the first
C. D. Sexton of last month.
Barge Bunkers
Second Customer
In Oranjestad
Lago Barge No. 1, put in us¢
earlier this year by the company to





provide a bunkering service at Oran-
jestad and thus attract ships which
might otherwise not call there, had
its second customer last week.

The ship was the Alcoa Line’s
Cabanos which took some 1765
barrels Bunker C. alyst and



steel pipe consigned to Lago was
unloaded from the ship at Oranjestad
and trucked to the refinery.

Cargo ships carrying material con-
signed to Lago that can be trucked
from Oranjestad to San Nicolas will,
in the future, berth in the Oranjestad
port. This development is
through the barge bunkering facilities



possible

1954

June 5,

g ago a Contribui na Cas di Freres





3aptist de la Salle na anja 1684 como
dedica su

Chris-

orden cu mes



e promer

exclusivamente

tian.
Contratista

na edt



acior

an Petrona & C
a construccion di ¢€



‘oes ta



spera di ca edi-
ficio, ariba cual trabao a c¢

caba, na fin di «

ninza
anja aki.

| Providence Sold |

(Continued from page 1)

Nicolas harbor and was ready to
|? accommod: ite ocean-going tankers.
The "Azul,” one of the largest

|tankers afloat in those dé iys, stopped
Jat Oranjestad and picked up Lt.
Gov. J. Quast other island
dignitaries. The ship went on to San
Nicolas where it was the



and

first ocean






|tanker through the Entrance.
The date, according to the governor's
diary, was Nov. 16, 1927.

The ”Azul” and a sister-ship, the
"Cerro Ebano” which s named for



{another famous Mexican producing





















field, went on a_ two-trip-a-month
in| schedule between Aruba and the
| United States.

| These 100,000-barrel ships would
jarrive in ballast carrying men and
equipment for the shore station and
later for the refinery, and would
|leave with cargoes of Venezuelan
| crude.

In 1940 the ship was purchased by
the Panama Transport Co., a wholly-
owned affiliate of the Standard Oil
Co. (N.J.), which renamed it the
"Esso Providence.”

When World War II broke out,
‘the Providence” went into military
service. In December, 1943, it was
running along the coast of Italy with
a load of fuel oil for the United
States Navy when a German bomben
scored a direct hit on the No. 7 tank
and blasted a hole in the port stern
quarter.

The ship limped into Gibraltar
where it underwent temporary re-
pairs and then went on to Baltimore,
Md., where it was reconditioned

In 1948 Lago took over sub-mana
gement of the ship from Panama
Transport and has used it between
Aruba and Amuay, Lake Maracaibo
and East Coast ports of the United
States.

Rendered obsolete by new, larger
and faster ships, the "Providence”
was sold May 18 to the Industrial
Machine Corp. of N.Y. Capt. H. F.
Byng took over from Capt. W. S.
Stewart, the » "house symbol’
painted out on the stack, the



Providence” was replaced on the bow
by “Lisbeth” and the ship sailed with
a load of fuel oil for The



heduled

From there it was to
proceed to England to be broken up
for scrap

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
May 16 - 31 Wednesday, June 9
Monthly Payroll
May 1 - 31 Thursday, June 10

j



omtere









1954 ARUBA ESSO NEWS

June 5,

‘Lago Donation Enables
Aruba School of Music
To Purchase Piano

Thanks to a donation
Lago, the Aruba School of
Noord is now able to offer
struction to children of that ar
the school’s new
with the

made by
Music in
piano in-



2 on
piano,
Lago-donated
May 30. B.
relations



piano. The
purchased
funds, v dedicated
Teagle, public
made the presentation which was ac-
| cepted by J. J. Stam of the
staff on behalf of the people of
Noord.

The presentation took place in Don
Bosco Hall and was part of an after-
noon of music. Students of the school
gave a recital that included piano,
violin, guitar and flute renditions as
well as selections by the Boys Choir
tad. The boys and girls
| who played were the students of A. L.
Born, P. N. ni Triejtel, L. P. van|
Meulen, Mrs. R. Steenhuizen, J. Co-
hen and Mr. su who also
master of ceremonies.

The Aruba School of Musie is a
part of the Cultural Center Aruba of
which F. Steenmeyer is
Director of the school is Mr.



manager,

school’s





American Artist Here. . .

acted as





HAZEL SCOTT, American jazz
in Aruba

presented with a bouquet by

and classical pianist who appeared in
+ month during a tour of the Caribbean,
Joyce Nassy at the Lago Heights Club.

three performances





Born.

HAZEL SCOTT, pianista clasico y di jazz Americano kende a aparece
den tres rendicion aki na Aruba luna pasa durante un torneo den Caribe,
ta recibi un bouquet for di Joyce Nassy na Lago Heights Club

Two Accounting
Seminars Planned
Here During July

Eight-se.
Accounting a
will open
July under C.
the College of Commerce
versity of Illinoi



Gravesande Plans
To Attend College;
First from LVS

ion seminars in Basic
nd Advanced Accounting
Lago the first week in
A. Moyer, professor in}
at the Uni-
Champaign, Ill.



Chilean Oil Engineer

On Tour of Refineries






Visits Lago



James R. Gravesande, a Lago Vo-




Trans Caribbean

Blast Destroys Queen's
Statue In British Guiana

Michiel de Wit, Curacao student at
Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, re-
st week | cently honored at the
prelude | annual Honors Day convocation. Mr.
round of nationalist demon-|de Wit received honorable

Georgetown police are
persons who blew the
statue of Queen Victoria |:
in what was feared may be
to a new

hunting the
head off a



was school’s



mention

strations in British Guiana. | for the Ohio University Fund Award,
See second in the A. A. Atkinson Award
A French Line ship, the S.S.|in Physics and won the Men’s Union

week at
American

Wyoming, was halted last
the Panama Canal by

authorities who suspected the ship
was running guns. Aboard were A move towards establishing a
found cases of Browning automatic million-dollar banana industry in
| rifles consigned from Antwerp to El Trinidad was made recently with the
|Salvador. The ship was searched | allocation of $63,000 for the purchase
after a Swedish vessel delivered 2000 of Lacatan banana suckers and the
tons of arms from Czechoslovakia to | setting up of a 150-acre government
| neighboring Guatemala whose goy-| banana nursery. Hon. Victor Bryan,
‘ernment has been charged with Com- | minister of Agriculture and Lands,
munist leanings. The United States! stated that the industry is to be ex-
‘countered by sending a plane load of | panded and shipments to the United

scholarship prize.

cee

president. |

arms to El Salvador and Nicaragua.
Guatemala later proposed it sign a
friendship and non-aggression pact
with El Salvador. All last week "Voz
| Dominicana,” a radio station in the
Dominican Republic, was heard in
| Aruba asking the people of Guate- |
mala if they wanted to turn their
country "into another Korea.”
XK 6

The former so Providence,’
renamed the "Lisbeth” and
for the s
| after
jto the
| Aruba last w
| boiler. The






delivering a cargo of fuel oil
Azores, was 23 hours out of
k when it cracked a
pick-up crew, which in-





PRR Se scl! scholarship eatudent A visitor to Lago last week was The basic course will start July ; | cluded several homeward-bound Lake

_.* : ; Bee ee Urbano Mena, young Chilean oil | and patreach \fondavaendawWedners Fleet men, fixed the crack and the

last vear, will return to the United zi y and meet each Monc anc eGNeSa Gian ir met ae
e in stember to enroll in| eneineer- Like his compatriot Ber-|qay from 0 to 9:30 p.m. The -old tanker went on toward
an a Galleceaeamiville nardo Palau, who spent two months | advance cou will open July 6 and | its te.

P. rik us ’\in training at Lago last November | ek ok

meet Tue




lay and from



Thursday





| and December, Mr. Mena is also 30 to &





former LVS student, who with Reeth eee nent fomedl ) p.m.

“late e Jt PeESE pt c c n sec" i ¢
co Quandt was awarded a one- ‘ . P Chile, 3 i| The cours — the second in a
:ll-expense scholarship to the del Petroleo of Santiago, Chile, and} series of seminars proposed by the

around the United
South America
refining that

is traveling
States, Canada and
studying ph:

Foreign Staff Advisory Committee —
will cover the fundamentals
| accounting theory and a

own High



School by Lago in
echnical Service De-



s now a



s of oil



ent laboratory employee. general re-



Paina then citst ou ncational will aid in the development of this in-| view of accounting theory.

youth to go on toward a uni- | 2st eu his homeland. The basic course is designed for
“degree. He will spend the| hile here Mr. Mena toured the) engineers and others without accoun-
Re mara ane Lichanon) Vallet oes and was given an extensive | ting experience whose work brings

description of the naptha treating






the next three ears a he a them in contact with cost problems.

sity of Denne ltonia a oa plant by T. H Harrod and C B. The advanced course is designed for

a. ; | Lewis, both of Light Oils Finishing. | those with accounting training who
successful completion of the | His refinery tour was conducted bY |wish to review their training, learn

ear program, he will receive a| "y," ens 9. the : eee : Pata of new developments in the field and
bachelor of science degree in Che- Mr. Mena left his native Chile late| qq some advanced work in auditing

last

assignment

year and started his training
in Canada spending two
at both the British American
Montreal and the

and accounting.
Prof. Moyer is head of the
ment of Accountancy

mical Engineering from Pennsylvania
and bachelor. of science

Lebanon Valley.



degree Depart-

months at Illinois, has

from ‘ .
ron Oil Company in

He was also accepted at Lycoming MeC 5 é written four text-books on accoun-
College in Williamsport, Pa., me all Frontenac Oil (¢ omeany ting, has contributed to various
Mleeicc Tawititute of Mines-and ontreal. He visited the Perth! sceounting periodicals and has served



. Amboy (N.J.) refine of Stand 3
ney a Nieanrareeand Amboy (N.J.) refinery of Standard}, an

Oil Company of California before



Socorro, accounting consultant to





Hastings College at Hastings, Neb. 2 : e = various organizations including th«
going to Creole’s Amuay refinery. He| office of the United States Secretary
spent six we there, visited Lago] of pefense. :

Angela a Gana jlast week and then departed foi

Caripito where he

Premio di Feria five weeks.

The Chilean refinery

will stay about

, Vina del Mar,
Na e E

yosicion di Sciencia





anual | js located near Valparaiso. The 20,000
di Allentown High School, Marciano | barr a day plant is the country’s
Angela a ricibi recomendacion hono- | first refinery and runs crude from
rable pa xhibicion cu tabata uno|the Tierra del Fuego fields in the



di e 500 cu tin den e concurso.
I ex-estudiante di School di Ofishi
di La kende hunto cu P:

ta studiando na «

southern part of Chile.

atricio Ra



Federico Maduro

school di Penns







vania ariba beca di un anja comple- . .
tamente paga y duna door di Li . Ta Retira Juli
exhibi e metodo pa calcula e peso] fyederico Maduro, un welder hel
epecruco.cuproducto, di -petroled per A den Shipyard, ta bai retira

Pa medio di instrument di

labora-| Juli cu
torio duna doc

y cu pro



mas di 283 anja di servicio
Sr. Maduro cu ta nativo di Aruba
ta keda biba aki mes.

Sr. Maduro tabata emplea na 1930



yr di e school,
ductonan di Esso duna door di un
o Dealer na Allentown, Marciano

splazamento y



a ilustra e de metodo-





como pe den Masons & Insulators.
nan hydrometrico pa determina e|Ny 4¢ el a transferi pa Pips
peso specifico Department como peon y mas



E puntonan di Marciano di



pues e ani











ultimo periodo di test a pone’le ariba ig ie iach 50
e lista di honor, pero Patricio kende cate
tabata obliga di falta cuatro dia di N Rater
school pa causa di enfermedad, no a} ee 3 le
logra di bini ariba e lista di honor pa ee B . ;
falta di tres punto Cf ;

) puntonan di Marciano tabata 94 Me ReaD 0 Gant ‘
pa Ir s, 91 pa historia, 96 pa Al Keene ers 3 yaratels
bra, 96 pa reekmento general, 93 pa | dock helper By shed. t
fisica, 98 pa conducta y 75 pa educa-| | dry dock helper A
cion fisico. Puntonan di Patricio ta- | Gromer eu el a} CORNELIUS ARTHUR,
bata 92 pa Ingles, 88 pa historia, 90 megetene e rango na Jero di Esso Dining Hall, ta ¢
pa geometrico, 82 pa algebra, 90 pa} LN halvctat baton Gi pase eet eee



quimica general y 98 pa conducta. tira



| William Wil
ne:



a New York busi



raft across the Pacific Ocean on the





ame route sailed by the Kon Tiki, |
a raft which carried six men from |
Peru to Tahiti two ye ago.
eK,
Taking refuge in foreign embas-
sies is becoming more and more po-
pular with politicians. The latest to

duck indoors was
go, former Cuban
who slipped into the Urugua
in Havana last week to
| dodge a government round-up. A
former refugee in the Mexican
bassy there, he reportedly was in and
| out of the country frequently.
x oC

A full-length underwater
movie is being filmed off Jamaica
for television in the United States.

Aureliano S, Aran-
foreign



| embassy

em-

color



Biento ta Ruina
Banderanan Aki
Den 2 of 3 Siman

Aruba
pone €

cual ta tene
parti di anja,
1 nabega y

muher,

Biento passaat,
fresco mayor
barconan di be
| bei di hende
tamb« bandera

Hefe di Lago Police G. B.
departamento ta
mantene ¢



bruha ca-

haci desorden



cu e




Brook,
kende su vespon-

sable pa banderanan na



Oficina Mayox Portanan 1, 6 y 8,
ta reporta cu e bandera Holandes di
tamanjo ndard, a cuatro pa
jocho p ta wanta dos te tres siman.



oT;
biento

wanta den e



sol nan por



’ el ta bisa. ”













12 ora pa dia, 84 ora pa s
rante tu oranan aki bie
nan. Di promer cos cu ta a
zom jy to nan ta cuminza torno.
Co 1 a test bandera traha di
nylor o a decidi pa adopta
n, res 1 cu nan costa tres
ve tanto cu e bandera di pa
is nan ta wanta
do mas tanto
Der n anja, bukinan di Stor
1 munstra, biento ta de
150 bandera Hol

andes na uso den re-
fineria y den Lak ‘leet unda 100
bandera Vene

Americano, Ingles,



Paname olano,

como 12 Co!lom-
Cubano y di Republica Domi-

nicano y seis di Hondureno ta worde

biano,



headed |
apper’s torch in England |

man, plans to float alone on a

minister |



| Kingdom should commence this year.

|
| ae
|

\\ Drie He Riemens, until recently
Netherlands minister in Caracas and
| Netherlands co-chairman of the Ca-
ribbean Commission since 1950, has
| been appointed head of all Nether-
lands trade delegations in South
America.



xxx

Although Surinam’s exports of
timber during 1953 fell slightly both
in quantity and value, the decline has
not been considered serious since the
industry world-wide also decreased.
The market this year has picked up
and it is anticipated that by the end
of 1954 Surinam will regain its posi-
‘tion in the timber industry with
| Prices at a more stable level.



abe.



| F.C. Goddard has been
|the Governor of Barbados
of the Opposition in the

Assembly.

selected by
leader
House of



ek

The supply of electricity in Barba-
dos is to be improved ‘cording to
reports from that island. A new plant
is to be laid down and the distribu-
tion system increased at a cost of
approximately $3,000,000.





Barge Na Uso
Pa Di Dos Vez

Lago Barge Nc
mas tempran e



1, poni na servicio
iki door di com-
pania pa duna servicio di bunker na
Oranjestad y ina atrae bapornan cu
di otro manera podiser no ta
aki, a di dos cliente





pasa

sirbi su siman



Sianoe tabata carga nomber di

na Alcoa
vil di
bapor con-
tubo di staal
go a worde des-

ad y treci







abanos” ta perter
Line. El a ¢ 1765
ker C. Algun c die
'sistiendo di catalysta y
cu tabata bini pa La
na Oranje:
ria cu truck.

En futuro bapornan di carga cu
tin material abordo pa Lago cual poi
worde
Oranje
den hz
posible

bunker



un-



rg





car, refine-



truck for di
lo atrz
aki a bira

facilidadnan di



trans porta cu



pa medio di e
barge

cue ta ofrece.

Federico Maduro
To Retire July 1

Frederico Maduro, a welder helper







A in the Shipyard, plans to retire
July 1 with more than of
service. A native of Aruba,
not plan to leave the island.

Mr. Maduro was first employed
Re Masons and Insul
laborer. In 1987 he transferred as
laborer in the Department <
later that became a_ pipefitte
helper B.

In 1940 he transferred to the Ship-
yard where he laborer
B, laborer A, dry dock helper B and
dry dock helper A before
the grade at which he



0 as a



Pipe
year



served as a

achieving
will retire.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS






WITH THE

toward the sea

CU REMOLCADOR

bieuw hiba afor u



cord’ helping, the
it will be

where

Round the Clock They Shepherd Ships for

C



A DECKHAND «ia
scuttl barcee

UN MATROOS ta ¢










Lago

Tugboats at Work

Seth Thom:

the

HE HANDS of the
clock on the bridge of



rado Point” stood at 1:57 when the; forward. The "Point” came about and! Pointing to the Richmond,” he said,
telephone in the cabin off the bridge) passed under the stern of the ’Rich-|’’She just backs off and I shove hei
rang. mond” which lay on the north side of | bow around. This is a simple job. Ow
Capt. J. B. Fernando picked up the| the No. 4 Finger Pier, then swung to toughest work is docking a super
receiver, barked “Colorado Point!) starboard and nosed up to the bow of | tanker. They’re so deep, you see, and
listened a moment and then hung up.|the Esso tanker. | there so little water under their
"We've got a job. Let’s go, eh?” he| Aboard the ‘Richmond” deeply- | keel.”
said to Engineer Frank Adams. tanned sailors, dressed in swimming} Just then the radio-telephone, which
”What ship is it, captain?” Mr.| trunks which make a bikini bathing | had been quietly buzzing, came to life
Adams threw over his shoulder as he | suit look like a Mother Hubbard, were | calling the "Colorado Point.” Capt.
disappeared below. "The Esso Rich- | taking in the gangway. On the bow of | Fernando answered and a dispatche1
mond,” Capt. Fernando called back) the ”Point’” a deckhand stood with a|in the control tower said the sailing
above the rumble of starting engines. | weighted heaving line. | would be delayed. ”The captain’s gone
Deckhands cast off lines aft and apt. Fernando leaned through a|ashore to swer a phone call from
forward and unhooked the telephone| window of the bridge and asked a} New York,” the dispatcher reported.
connection as the 1020 horsepower | Richmond” ilor to take the line. He Capt. Fernando shut down the
diesel-electric power plant sent the | complied, hauled the line and an eight-|engine and the tug rode quietly,
Point” backing from the launch dock.| inch hawser through the port hawse|rubbing gently against the "Rich-|
On the bridge Capt. Fernando switched | hole and fitted its loop about a bollard.| mond.” Aboard the tanker three sai-
on the radio telephone, moved the} The deckhand took up the slack,| lors, who had been bending the moor-
wheel a quarter-turn and adjusted the | whipped the line about a bollard on|ing lines around the forward winches,
engine control in its gleaming bra the forward section of the Point” and| stopped their work.
housing. ignaled the captain that all was dy. | Still waiting, the tug’s deckhand

With the tug bow clear of the dock, | Capt. Fernando, alternating the engine






Power plant .
SECOND Engi

cylinder



SEGUNDA Maauinista James S. Brown ta

diesel di 12 cylindro, 1020 forza di cabai



"Colo- |



r James S. Brown
1020 horsepower diesel which



s, Capt. Fernando put the wheel hard to
port and pushed the engine control

the
ibout to happen.

to keep the
explained what wa

rainst bow,

tug








































went aboard the ’Richmond,” retrieved
his heaving clambered
| over the manila fender which blankets

line and





the bow of the ”Point.”

”Those fenders used to last about a
year,” Capt. nando commented.
"But Lou Marchena, one of the b’osuns,

suggested that we hang old tires out-





side the fenders. It a good idea
because that fender’s been there 17
months and ay be good for threc

years.”

Mr. Marchena received Fls. 380 from












started slowly



radar



the ”Richmond’s”
turning.

Minutes later J. B. Meenhorst, senior



Lago pilot, went aboard the ”Rich-
starts up the ‘Colo |2. mond,” disappe ared into the forward
nas the elect deckhouse and promptly reappeared on

bridge. A
whistle set
the

the starboard wing of the
blast on the ’’Richmond’s”
the to winching
mooring line aboard.



sailors

trico.

back |

{hours to the minute

Navy

; the ’Coin Y Ideas’ committee for
his suggestion.

Just then the captain of the "Rich-
mond,” R. K. Tod, appeared at the
foot of the dock dressed in white
trousers and shirt and a straw hat.
Carrying some papers, he strode
quickly to the ship, leaped the rail
and hurried up to the bridge. The
sailors lounging on the bow came to
life and began to wrap the mooring |
line ound the winches. High above

port |

Fernando started the





Capt. engines
of the ”Point” as the crewmen began
winching in the starboard mooring
line. Free aft, the tanker started
backing the length of the pier, towing
the "Colorado Point.”

*By using the line, the rudder and
his engines, the captain keeps his ship

close against the pier where

"He can’t start his engines, though,
until the stern is clear of the pier.”
As the ’Richmond” went astern, the





steam winches hauled in more and
more line which the sailors sent
snaking into a locker below. the
bow of the tanker cleared the end of

the pier, the tanker’s whistle sounded
once, Capt. Fernando and
moved the engine control

replied

forward.





The tug pushed the bow of the
}tanker slowly to starboard and the
ship headed for the East Entrance.
Once in the ”Richmond’s” whistle
| sounded, Capt. Fernando replied and
centered the engine control. A sailo1
crossed to the port bow of the ’’Rich-

mond” and freed the hawser which
was pulled back aboard the tug.

The tanker, still swinging to
board, went ahead under its
power with the tug hovering some
yards off the starboard amidships. At
the East Entrance Pilot Meenhorst
dropped into a waiting launch and the

headed for New York 12
after she entered

star-
own
50



”Richmond”

the harbor.

Capt. rnando aimed the
Point” for the launch dock
up neatly. The bridge clock read

Later, his cabin,
captain Point”
built United St

in 1948. Of
feet long, 24
a dayshift
five during



"Colorado

tied



and



relaxing the
explained
1941 for
and came to

gross tons, it is

in
the
the
Lago

96



in tes







184
feet
crew of
the other

With the
be-replaced

beam and carries

of

in

seven; a crew





soon-to-

"Colo-

and the
the

oord”

Delaplaine,”








rado Point” serves all ships but Lake
Tankers entering or leaving San Ni
colas harbor. The tugs operate round-
the-clock helping the ships negotiate
the entrances and nudge them into
position for docking and sailing. They

also help the lakers in their movements
about the harbor.

At times they go outside, such as

the water |
is deepest,” Capt. Fernando explained. |

June 1954





hs
ee 2

THE SEA,

t starts it

LAMAR, yenan











A day

0000 ‘Win
0630 "'E W





} m sea |
r from sé
3 No, | Fi}?
one night last March when
”Point” rescued 16 men who |
abandoned the Rio Tinto” which \

| floundering 25 miles north-northeast
| Aruba, or the time the Point”
the "Dodecanese” — which had brol ¢

tov



down near the Monkey Islands off‘
Columbian coast to Aruba.

The three tugs have also resc
fishermen disabled miles from she

pulled ship-jumping sailors from ?
harbor and put them back aboard
and helped search for fliers down
the Caribbean.

In addition to its ship-to-shore
telephone, for work around the hart
the "Colorado Point” is equipped w

ra



a wireless sending and receiving ’
and a radio direction finder. It
also fitted with foam tanks connec
to fire-fighting ns” atop the t/|‘
In fire drills the Point” has clea
the dock in 90 seconds.

As Capt. Fernando _ talke



telephone above his head rang









"Colorado Point!” he barked. |!

listened, and then hung up. "We !

got a job. Let’s go, eh?” Engin|!
Adams was already disappear

below.

|

'

1

CAPTAIN J ‘

Colorado P ;

wheel. Note he A

CAPTAN J. B Fl

Colorado Point" for di « ,

Not
b <









vege

par
i





3 pt
epto
1
cuch
tel

t
pedan



pu
bao,

Oar
han ¢
Ma
uya
102

jumir

Ariba

lanqu



June 5, 1954



weights one side of the barge and

ome 100 fathoms away.



jek, ta pone un



amar.



, Fi ”
Point

br Pier to sea 0040

No. 2 Finger Pier North 0755

r Pier North to sea 0955

Pier South 1100

. 2 Butterworth Dock 1135

to No. 4 Finger Pier North 1305





IJZER di e

"Colorado

oloshi ariba brug di
Point” tabata marca
:57 ora telefoon a ring den e cabina.
Capt. J. B.

eptor, a contesta "Colorado Point,” a



Fernando a lamta e re-
cucha un momento y despues a cerra
telefoon. "Nos tin un job. Lz

?” el a bisa Maquinis




a nos



ank





a cual bapor, captain?” Sr. Adams
puntra el
bao. sso Richmond,” Capt. Fernan-

mientras a des:



rece

pe



o a contesta over di e boroto di motor-
tan cu ta start.



Matroosnan ariba dek tabata los ca-
uya y desconecta e telefoon mientras
1020 horsepower di e remoleador :
uminza pusha ’Colorado Point” atras.
\riba brug Capt. Fernando a sintoniza
radio-telefoon, move e wiel un cuarto
ond y ahusta control di e motor.

Cu boeg di e remoleador libro for di
aaf, Capt. Fernando a wiel
va banda robez y a hala e control di
1aquina adilanti. Point”
asa patras di so Richmond” cual
abata No. 4,

espues a zwaai pa su banda drechi y





draai



"Colorado a



hanera na Finger Pier

pega su nanishi contra boeg di e
anquero Esso.







Pa Bl

OVER THE ship-to-shore radio

e, Capt. Fernando



learn
ange in the tug's schedule.



DOOR DI ¢ radio-telefoon di bar-
Capt. Fernando ta ten-

co-pa-terra C
de di e cambio.










=

WAVES wash the

through the yet uncovered holes.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

barge deck and pour into the hold forcing air and mist

The chop speeded the sinking.

OLANAN ta laba ariba dek di e barge y ta drenta den e bodega forzando
aire y vapor door di e buraconan. Movecion di olanan ta haci e sinkmento
mas liher.

Nan ta yuda bapornan cu ta yega







WITH A final plume of air and water, the barge heads down. An e

Cy



arlier

plan to fill the hold from fire hoses was cancelled by the rough sea.

CU UN ultimo pluma di awa y aire, e barge ta bai abao. Un plan anterior
pa yena e bodega pa medio di hose di candela a worde cancelé door di
lamar bruto.

aki 24 ora di dia

Remolcadornan na Trabao

| remoleador a keda flota keto fregando

Abordo di ”Richmond”
kima door di solo bisti den carson di|
banjo tabata halando e trapi aden. |
Ariba boeg di "Colorado Point” un
matroos tabata para cu un cabuya.

Capt. Fernando a leun over di ben-
tana di e brug y a puntra un matroos
di Richmond” pa tuma e linja. El a
haci asina, a hala e linja y un cabuya
di ocho duim door di e buraco na ban-
da drechi y pasa e konopi rond di un
lugar di mara cabuya.



E matroos abordo di "Colorado }
Point” tambe a mara e cabuya adilanti
di e remoleador y a duna Capt. Fer-

nando cu tur cos tabata cla. Capt. Fer-
nando, manipulando cu e maquina pa
tene e remoleador pega cu e
kiko tabata bai pasando.

boeg, a





splic

Puntando na ’Richmond,” el a bisa,
”E ta back afor y mi ta pusha su boeg
un banda. Esaki ta un trabao simple.
Nos trabao mas dificil ta pa
un super tanker. Nan ta asina
bo ta
nan kiel.”



atraca ;
hundo,
mi



a, y tin asina poco awa bao

Net e ora e radio-telefoon cu henter
ora tabata zona suavemente, a bini na
cuminza

bida y a yama "Colorado
Point.” Capt. rnando a
un despachador den torre di control a |
bisa cu salida ta worde tarda. E captan
a bai terra pa contesta un nada te-
lefonico for di Nueva Yor despa-
chador a reporta.

Capt.



contesta y







ernando a paga e motor y

suavemente contra Richmond.” Abor-
do di e tanker tres matroos cu tabata
dobla e cabuyanan rond di e winchnan
adilanti, a stop cu e trabao.

Mientras ambos tabata warda regre-

so di e captan, atencion di esnan
abordo a dal ariba un homber cu a
aparece ariba torre di control ariba
Marine Office y a subi e mastre te
como 100 pia den aire. Despues a re-
sulta cu tabata un inspector di segu-

ridad, controlando e luznan y sportnan
di trapi.

Ainda wardando,
remoleador

un matroos di ¢
a subi abordo di e tanker
y a trece su linja atrobe den e remol-
cador, pasando over di e fendernan di
manila cu ta cubri adilanti di ”Colo-
rado Point.”

”"E fendernan ey antes taba
mas of ce

ta wanta |



menos un anja,” Capt. Fer- |

nando a comenta. ”Pero Lou Marche- |
na, un bootsman, a pa

sugeri colga



matroosnan | tire bieuw over di e fendernan. Tabata] launch dock y a bolbe

un bon idea pasobra awor e fender-

nan tin 17 luna caba y podiser nan lo

por wanta tres anja.”





Sr. Marchena a recibi Fls. 380 for
di ’Coin Your Ideas’ Committee pa su
idea.

Na e momento aki captan di ”Rich-

mond,” R. K. Tod, a aparece na punto
di waaf bisti cu carson y camisa blan-
co y cu sombré di cabana. Cargando
algun papel, el a camna liher bai pa



e bapor,





E matroosnan na e boeg a bira activo
mes ora y a cuminza lora cabuya rond

di e winch. Den mastre, radar di
Richmond” a cuminza draai lenta-
mente.

Algun minuut despues J. B. Meen-
horst, looc mayor na Lago, a_ bai



bordo di Richmond,” desaparece den e

cuarto adilanti ariba dek y a reaparece |

pronto na banda drechi di e brug. Un

| pitro di "Richmond” a haci e matroos-

nan cuminza hala aden
winch.

Capt. Fernando a start maquina di
"Colorado Point.” E tanquero
minza bai atras canto di e pier, ’Co-
lorado Point” siguiendo.

EU; linja, e stuur
quina, e captan ta tene su barco pega
cu e pier unda e awa ta mas hundo,”
Capt. Fernando a splica. "Sinembargo,
el no por start C6:
atras ta liber for di e Pe

Mientras boeg di e tanquero a laga
punto di e pier, pitro di e bapor a
zona dos vez, Capt. Fernando a con-
testa y a hala control di maquina adi-
lanti.

E remoleador pusha di e
tanker poco poco pa banda drechi y e
barco a coi rumbo pa Entrada Pariba.

cabuya cu

a

cu-

indo e



su ma-



su motor promer




a boeg



Un vez mas pitro di ichmond” a
zona, Capt. Fernando a contesta y a
pone e control di maquina den centro.
Un matroos a travesa boeg di ’Rich-





1 los e ca-

a aden di

mond” na banda drechi y
buya cual a bolbe worde hal
e remoleador.

E tanquero, pa
stuurboord, a sigui ariba su mes forza
cu e remoleador kitando lentamente for
di dje. Na Entrada Pariba loods Meen-
horst baha den un boto cu
warda y Richmond” tabata na camina
pa New York exactamente 12
despues cu el a drenta haaf.
apt. Fernando



ainda moviendo

a

ora



a coi direccion

alta e rail y a subi na brug. |

tabata |

di|

mara. Oloshi

2



tabata munstra 9.

Mas despues, sosegando den cabina,
e captan a splica cu ”Colorado Point”
tabata traha na 1941 pa United States
Naa y a bini Lago na 1948. Di 184



lton, e ta 96 pia largo, 24 pia hancho
‘arga un tripulacion di siete du-



om di



|rante warda di dia; un tripvu
cinco durante otro warda,

Hunto cu Noord” y
cu lo worde reempla pronto, ”’
rado Point” ta sirbi tur bapor ¢
Lake Tankers cu ta drenta of sali for
di haaf di San Nicolas. E remoleador-
nan ta opera binti cuatro ora pa dia
yudando e bapornan pasa cen e entra-
|da y pushando pos pa
mara of sali. Nan ta yuda e tanquero-
nan chikito tambe den nan movemento
den haaf. E remoleadornan ta_ traha
hunto pa maniobra cu tanqueronan ho-
pi grandi.

Tin
anochi
Point”

”’Delaplaine”

»lo-











nan den cion



nan ta bai pafor, manera un
Maart "Colorado
a salba 16 homber cu a perde



pasi ora

mee

Heading home... .



KWARTIERMEESTER R. M.
ado Point =



2pto |

emolcador a yuda

cu e bapor ”Rio Tinto” 25 milla noord-
oost di Aruba, of e biaha cu "Colorado
Point” a tow ’Dodecanese” — cual a
danja banda di Monki dilanti costa di
Colombia — pa Aruba.

E tres remoleadornan tambe a yega

di

scapa piscadornan cu a perde cu
boto, saca marineronan cu a cai na
awa — y hiza nan abordo atrobe — y



yuda busea aviadornan den Caribe.



Ademas di su radio-telefoon pa uso
rond di haaf, ’Colorado Point” ta car-
ga un emisora y receptora y un radio
direction finder. Tambe e tin tanki di
foamite cu ta conecta cu un sorto di
scopet ariba remoleador. Den eher-
cicionan di candela "Colorado Point”
a yega di sali for di haaf den 90 se-
conde.



e

Mientras Capt. Fernando tabata pa-
pia, e telefoon a bolbe ring. ’Colorado
Point,” el a contesta. El







a scucha y
despues a pone e telefoon abao. "Nos
tin un job. Laga nos bai, eh?” Ya

Maquinista Adams a desaparece abao.



QUARTERMASTER R. M. Josephia stores a bow hawser aboard the "'Point’’
after the tug helped the ''Esso Richmond” get underway.
osephia ta warda un cabuya abordo di "'Colo-

Esso Richmona ’ sali.







30 NEWS





"Playground of the Americas”

A Morning with Tourist Group

the Tourist |
policies formulated at|

to Caribbean
putting into practice the

Aruba last month.

Caribbean, delegates

(Today,

Association are

throughout the
back home
the association’s third annual meeting in

Here is an account of a morning session of the conference at which
these policies — designed to promote the tourist trade as an economic bul-|

some of

wark for the 21 member islands and countries — were developed.)

For four days last month a group of 21 men and two women
sat around a U-shaped group of baize-topped tables and discussed the
work of the Caribbean Tourist Association. |

It was the third annual meeting of the organization which represents
21 islands and countries in or bordering the Caribbean Sea in which
the word “tourist”
with money.”

These lands — embracing much of
the triangle between Aruba, Puerto
Rico and Surinam have banded
together to publicize the Ca bbean
as the "playground of the Americas.”
Airlines and steamship companies
which serve the area are non-voting
members of the group.

The conference opened May 3 in
the Sociedad Bolivariana with a gree-
ting from Lt. Goy. Dr. L. C. Kwart
The balance of the first day w
given over largely to preliminary
affairs. The next morning the con-
ferees really got down to work.

The men shed their jackets and
opened bulging briefcases while the
ladies stripped off their gloves and
arranged papers and pencils. All sat
down as Ernst Bartels, head of the
Aruba Tourist Bureau and chairman
of the conference, called the session
to order.

With the first point of business
under-way, a box of cigars was han-

is synonymous | — =
Helm, a Ponresenitive « of the asso-
ciation’s advertising agency, assured |
the group that advertisements pictur-
ing the Caribbean as a vacation pa-
radise were even then appearing in
Venezuelan newspapers.

The typewriter fell silent for a
noment, as did sound of chattering
birds. After deciding to invite Vene-
zuela, the representatives fell to dis-
cussing funds. Mr. Law pointed out
they could tell their governments
that — since the birth of the asso-
ciation — more tourists than ever
have been coming to the Caribbean
and that membership in the associa-
tion was worth every penny it cost.

At this point the floor was given
Henry Utell, a representative of

Caribbean Hotel Association.
After assuring everyone that he
would urge the hotel group to be-
come an affiliated member, he of-
fered the delegates some advice.

He urged them to go after the
United States, Canadian and Vene-













to
the

ded about. The ladies declined as did zuelan tourists through so-called
one man who took a full box from "package tours” which set up a lump
his briefease, selected a plump one sum for a round-trip exclusive of

shopping and incidental expenses.

He added that the tourist group
would be well-advised to try to esta-
blish a permit good for admission to
all countries represented by the|
association.

Coffee and Cookies

The waitresses appeared again,
this time bearing coffee and cookie
Mr. Bartels declared a 10-minute re-

and lighted up.

The smoke from cigars and ciga-
rettes wafted through the sunlight
which streamed through the windows
and lighted the soft pink and green
decore of the meeting hall. Flags,
representing the member countries,
swung slowly in the morning breeze.

From a sideroom came the staccato
of a typewriter as a secretary trans-













cribed her notes while another secre- | ¢ and the delegates immediately
tary — seated at a table in the started comparing their respective
middle of the ’U’ — raced with the|travel folders. A British Overseas
delegates to take down what they! Airways Corp. observer fell into



|conversation with the delegate from
Tailors in Antigoa |St. Vincent while a K.L.M. man

They were discussing the impor-,button-holed an observer from Cuba.
tance of having good tailors in Anti. | Mr. Helm, the advertising man,
goa to attract clothes-concious Vene- | went around taking color photo-
zuelans. As they talked, two waitres-| graphs of the delegates. Some of the
ses appeared and set down a glass | men wandered into a sideroom where
of cold water beside the souvenirja showing of Aruban art was set up



were saying.










| out,

|the Esso Club.

through much of the
morning, looked up when the dele-
gates applauded Mr. Bartels, then
went back to the news. |
While Mr. Law asking the
representatives what happened to a|
|126-query questionairre he had sent |
the waitr s appeared once | §
more with t , this time bearing |
colorful g¢ of orange and |
pineapple juice. The pineapple juice ||
was soon exhausted, however, and
the third tray carried only orange. |
Having received indifferent
to his inquiry about the ques-
tianairre, Mr. Law surrendered the
floor to Mr. Bartels who asked Mr.
Helm how well the association’s ad-
vertising covered the market. Mr.
Helm replied it was hitting the travel

newspaper

was










ans- |

we





agents "pretty well’ and reaching
prospective tourists through the
columns of "Holiday,” ”The New|) Wenglar of the Medical Departmen





Yorker” and various newspapers. appetite,"
Mr. Law interrupted for a moment,

to read cables sent the previous night



“ALL APPETITE" | is this yellow frogfish, (sone off Malmok By Eek

June 5, 1954






t. Described as '‘all head, body and

t is the most voracious of surface fishes.

“SOLAMENTE APETITO" e pisca-dori geel aki ta. E. F. Wenglar di



water and took away the empties.
Mr. Bartels then took over the}

On Frogftish
reading chore and delivered a mes-

sage from members of the Women’s E. F. Wenglar, a Dispensary
Club. They urged the delegates to | male nurse and aqua-lung hobbyist,
"get in the mood” before visiting| was diving in the sea off Malmok
their flower show that afternoon at |one day last month when he found
"Imagine yourself in/g grayish-yellow, hump-backed
Aruba a long time ago...” the mes- creature about eight inches long

SE eae F ,waddling around the bottom.
ae ee next launched into | Times saad Gh aeerGles Mails Gaia
a 25-minute discussion of a constitu-. nidn’t seem to mind at all when I


















See, see pees ra picked him up,” Mr. Wenglar recalled.
ie " a a exee z Ce: “Y' "When I got him near the surface
not” or "shall not’’ vote. he shot out two jets of water and
The "shalls’” won out, much to the that was all.”
satisfaction of one delegate who ce- According to a book by Dr. William
lebrated the victory by lighting a| Beebe, American natural Mr.
cigarette in a cigarette holder pipe} Wenglar had found a semi-rare fish
shaped. which is something of a Judas within
In the midst of a discussion of the | its own ranks — a fish which fishes
next topic — whether the Dominican) for other fish.



Republic’s intended resignation was This finny Izaak Walton is a mem-







ashtrays in front of each delegate. {on two pool tables and two ping-

Some enterprising agent had sup-| pong tables.
plied coasters hailing the excellence | With the
of "Queen Anne Scotch.” (Mr. Bartels gave a short address

With L. S. Law, executive director | whose theme was that "the Caribbean
of the association, guiding the dis-|can become shall become — the
cussion, the question of inviting | playground of the Americas.” One
Venezuela to join was raised. es B.! | observer, who had been reading

ion back in business,





a



‘Esso Providence” a Worde Bendi;

Promé Bapor cu a Drenta Ha

E tanquero "Esso Providence” a drenta haaf di San Nicolas Mei 18
y a sali Mei 22. Mientras e tabata den haaf e tanquero a cambia donjo,
nomber y destino.

"Esso Providence” tabata trahé na 1921 door di Sun Ship Building |
& Dry Dock Co. di Chester, Pa., pa Union Oil Co. cual a pone su nom-
ber ”’Cerro Azul.” Su promer viaje
tabata pa Tampico, Mexico, unda el
tabata carga azeta preto.

E bapor a worde yama segun un
di e poosnan di azeta m amoso na
Mexico. Na 1910 Huasteca Petroleum
Co., un subsidiario di Mexican Petro-
leum Co. (di California) cu a explora
e promer poosnan di mayor producti-
vidad na Mexico, a cuminza coba den
cercania di Cerro de la Pez pa zuid
di Tampico. | ma

Su promer exito tabata Juan Ca- | pa
poos coriente | Ge






E eae, ma segun e poos taba
na uso si anja ora el a worde or-
dena pa bai e stacion di translada-
mento di Standard Oil Co. di Ind
na Aruba. E tempo net compania a
eaba di corta un apertura door di un
rif cu parcialmente tabata blokea
haaf di San Nicolas y tabata cla pa
acomoda tanqueronan di oceano.

bh



s grandi nabegando e tempo ey, a
2 na Oranjestad pa tuma abordo
aghebber J. F. Quast y otro figu-
|ranan prominente di e isla. E bapor
a sigui pa San Nicolas y tabata di
tanquero di oceano pa dren-
E fecha,
di e




sjano No. 7, e promer
controla cu exito na Mexico.
Februari 1916, e compania a exple
Cerro Azul No. 4, un poos di cual un | promer
certifica cu ta corre) ta door di e Entrada Pariba.
}segun diario di e gezaghe nber
tempo, tabata November 16,
| "Cerro Azul” y un otro
| mes clase, "Cerro Ebano”





geologista a

300,000 barril pa dia.

Gobierno di Mexico a haci un ya-
mada na su ehercito pa yuda e com-
pania controla e poos aki.



hapor di
cual tabata



"Cerro Azul”, un di e tanqueronan |










in keeping with the terms of consti-| ber of what has been called the
tution — a delegate hurried out and Angler” family of fishes of which
returned a few minutes later with; Dr. Beebe found nine species in the
{another man. | Caribbean. All have one thing in}
They strode to the head table | common — tremendous appetites —
where the new-comer — E. F. H. de jand are considered the most vora-
| Vriendt, an executive of the Carib-| cious of surface fishes.
| bean Commission — was introduced.| Mr. Wenglar’s find is called a
| Everyone but the ladies stood while! yellow frogfish, one of the strangest
) a chair was placed at the chairman’s|creatures in the Caribbean. Its
| table for Mr. de Vriendt, then all sat | mottled skin is stretched over a tri-
down to go on with the work of the) j angula ur-shaped body which has aj
association until lunchtime. |broad, flat tail at one end and a
ae aae — cavernous mouth at the other.
From a point between its eyes
rises an antenna-like stem tipped
{with a glowing phosphorescent ball.

Blending into the rocky, mudstreaked
| bottom, the frogfish lies motionless
| while frantically wiggling its antenna
and glowing tip.

Other fish, attracted by the







af Aki

yama segun un otro campo di azeta flash=








na Mexico, a cuminza mantene un) jng jure, swim up to investigate. The
|servicio di dos viaje pa luna entre] f,ogfish opens its mouth and swal-
Aruba y Estados Unidos. lows them.

| E bapornan aki di 100,000 tonelads The Anglers” have been described



her- and



|tabata yega aki cu personal y ead, body appetite.”

as




















ment pa e stacion y despues pa refi-| They are so voracious that two can-

y tabata sali cu carga di crudo|not be kept in the same aquarium

| without one swallowing the other. |

Na 1940 Panama Transport Co., un| The frogfish gets its name from
afiliado di Standard Oil Co. (N.J.),|its appearance to a tailed frog.
a cumpra e bapor y a cambia su nom-| great swimmer, its pelvic fins

ber pa so Providence.” |small but its pectoral fins — looking

Ora Guerra Mundial II a cuminza, something like webbed feet — are

Dareiiariod W avanbal MasetetG relatively large and are used as legs.

With these fins the fish can cling







militar. Na December 19. e tabata
nabegando canto di costa if Italia cu
United



to stationery objects while “fishing.”







un carga di combustible pa

| States vy ora un bombero Aleman | dj e bapor for di Panama Transport
a tira su tanki No. 7 y a traha un|/y ag use’le entre Aruba y Amuay,
buraco atras banda robez. Lago Maracaibo y Costa Oriental di



ados Unidos.

Haci inadecuado door di bapornan
nobo, mas grandi y mas rapido, Esso
Providen a worde bendi Mei 18
|na Industrial Machine Corp. di N.Y.
‘aptan H. F. Byng a tuma over for



a drenta Gibraltar unda| FE
temporariamente y
Itimore, Md.,
na condicion

E_ bapor
nan a dreche’le
despues el a sigui pa Ba
unda el a worde poni
atrobe.

Na 1948 Lago a tuma sub-gerencia | C





to Trinidad and Tobago which| Medical Department a haye'le den lamar na Malmok. E animal aki cu a
dropped out of the association in| yega di worde descirbi como ''solamente cabez, curpa y apetito,’” ta un
1952. The cables expressed the di e clasenan di pisca di mas golos cu tin.
group’s regrets that these two = ee = ———
islands — once the "cradle” of the
association — had not rejoined. A L Pi S rs
bit qua-Lunger isca Stranjo

As Mr. Law read on, the waitresses T b A W. d CG h

reappeared with glasses of cold Turns a les orae oO e

Cerca di Malmok

E. F. Wenglar, un enfermero na
Dispensary y un aficionado di
aqualung, tabata sambuya den la-
mar na Malmok un dia luna pasa
ora el a haya un bestia color geel
shinishi cu lomba halto y como
ocho duim largo paseando ariba
fondo di lamar.

"FE tabata
a haci



un bestia manso. Eno









caso mes ora mi cog

Sr. Wenglar a conta. "Ora mi a
trece’le ariba awa, el a ca dos
stroom di awa y esey tabata tur.”

Segun un buki scirbi door di Dr
William Beebe, famoso naturalista
Americano, Sr. Wenglar
pi stranjo cual ta man
di Judas den su categoria — un pi













cu ta pi otro pisea.

E pisca stranjo aki ta miembro di
e familia di pisca ”Anzuelero” di
cual Dr. Beeb descubri nuebe
}clase den Caribe. Tur tin un cos
aparecido — un tremende apetito —
y ta worde considera di mas golos
entre e piscanan cu no ta biba den
awa hundo.

E bestia cu Sr. Wenglar a haya
yama pisca-dori geel, un di e pisca-
nan mas stranjo den Caribe. Su

cuero mancha ta pasa ariba un cur-
pa di forma triangular na un
|banda ta caba den un hancho
y plat y na otro banda den un boca
manera un cueba.

cual
rabo

For di un punto entre su wowonan
ta sali un steel ra un
cu un bolito phosphorescente na pun-
ta. Sintando ariba fondo di lamar
cual ta tapa su color e pisca ta keda
hunga bai bini antenna y
punta brillante.

mane antenna

su

cu e















E piscanan di familia ”Anzuelero”
a yega di worde descirbi como ”
{mente cabez, curpa y apetito.” Nan
ta asina golos cu dos di nan no por
biba den e mes aquarium cu un
come otro.

E pisca aki ta deriva su nombe
for di su aparecido como un dori. E
no ta un gran landador; su finnan
di rabo ta chikito pero su finnan di
pecho cu ta casi mes cu pia
di dori — ta basta grandi y ta worde
usa como pia. Cu e finnan aki e pisca

ta tene na obhetonan firme mientras

e ta 'pisca.’

S. Stewart, e symbol
schoorsteen
cu verf, e nomber di o Pro-
vidence” a worde kita for di adilanti
y reemplazaé pa "Lisbeth” y e bapor
a sali cu un carga di combustible pa

di Captan W.
di

Esso ariba e a worde







slanan Azores.
For di aya e lo sigui pa Inglaterra
pa worde desarma como hero bieuw







ie









3, Igy

|





1954

June 5,



| Sport Park To Open
Baseball This Month





























ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Gravesande Lo Bai
Lebanon Valley College
Otro September

LVS Dianan Liber | Sport Park - Shell Cricket
Di Desgracia Mas | Matches Will Open Today

Halto di Tur Tiempo








































































The Lago Sport Park will open
ts baseball season this month James R. Gravesande, un di e dos The Lago Sport Park Board|de Couteau, M. Grant, E. Alkins, L.
ith 5 scheduled in three lea- | mucha hombernan cu a_ bai ados| Seguridad ta florece den Lago Vo-| announced last week the names of | Mendez, M. John and A. Perrotte
gues. Teams interested in particl- | Unidos anja pi pa studia ariba| cational School. Siete grupo di stu-| the cricket players who will appeai The selections were made from s
pating in "A,” "B,” “Junior” | cuenta di Lago, lo bolbe pa Estados | giante diariamente ta agrega dianan | for the Sport Park in two matches | group of players who competed in the
mpetition should register with |) Unidos na September pa drenta Le-| i)... ai desevacia na na tord di| With a Shell Sports ciation team | Sport Park’s annual cricket compe-
go Sport Park Board by |/panon Valley College, Annville, Pa.| Be atest aaetes from Curacao today, tomorrow and tition and who were invited to try
B anterior studiante di school di|°¢Sutidad cu ya a surpasa 100 dia} yongay, out for the teams.
ofishi na Lago, kende hunto cu Do-| Pa Studiantenan di promer anja y 150| Representing the Sport Park in a} Last year the Sport Park '
minico Quandt a recibi un beca com-| dia pa studiantenan di segunda y ter-| one-day ‘colts’ match today at the playing the Shell side on its hor
SE RVICE AWARDS pleto di estudio pa un anja na Allen- | cer anja Sport Park will be R. McLean, cap-| pitch, took the ’colts’ match and dre
town High School na 1952, awor ta April 18 y April 28, e studiantenan | tain; A. Clouden, M. Dalrymp'e, J.| the two-day test match. in yea
un empleado den laboratorio di Tech- | di promer anja di 5: y 53-A a al-| Hodge, Perrotte, Clifford Matt-| past the teams will be competing for
20-Year Buttons nical Service Department. canza di 100 dia consecutivo di trabao|hews, W. Shockness, L. Krind, G.|the Crown Life Trophy.
El lo ta di promer studiante di e| sin ningun desgracia industrial di| Daniel, D. Williams and F. Cranston. Last night players from both
Abraham A. Croes school di ofishi di Lago cu ta bai haci | cualkier forma. Ambos grupo ainda Representing the Sport Park in a| groups were scheduled to meet in
Ree. & Ship. - Wharves! yn esfuerzo pa obtene un grado uni-| ta agregando dianan liber di desgra-| two-day test match tomorrow and|ping pong and billiards and thi
Jan Hendrik Rasmijn ; versitario promer dos anja el ta|cia na nan record. April 14, grupo-| Monday will be G. Sealey, captain; | afternoon are slated to play tennis
Catalytic & Light Ends y4sa na Lebanon Valley y e siguiente | nan 1-52, 2-52 y 2-51 a pasa di 150|/G. Straughn, K. Worrell, O. Ifill, L.|-
Dominico L. Dijkhoff i tres anja na Universidad di Pennsyl-| dia consecutivo di trabao sin desgra- hagout Sacre sia Gemielir
Catalytic & Light Ends! ania na Philadelphia. cia, Gruponan 4-51 y tambe a NEW ARRIVALS | CHRISTIANS, Marcelino - Mech. - Pins
Lionel A. Leonard Stewards | gj @ completa e cinco anjanan di| pasa e marca di 150 dia Mei 19 y | VAN DER LINDEN, Jose . Cracking Plant
Marcelo Maduro estudio cu exito, el ta obtene un gra-| Mei 21 respectivamente. E gruponan May 14 pAeeushtes Dolores Mariana,
Industrial Relations Dept. | qo di bachiller di ciencia den Inge-|aki ta tratando pa aleanza 200 dia|WMH4IIAM, John I. - Mech. - Garage: Enger ts age
Theodore Ponson Marine Department pieria Quimico for di Pennsylvania | consecutive liber di desgracia, loke ADAM Ae uuEDhieeMeah eer Sart daugh- | 5 an May 23
Alfonso Quandus Mech. - Welding | y un grado di bachiller for di Le-!nunea antes a logra ningun grupo| tr | ane re: | Tae een mies ie cee
Maximo Geerman Mech. - Garage anon Valley. den Lago Vocational School. BOEXHOUDT, Albeno . Mech, Welding | ROS,’ Simon’ GS" Cat. ® “it. Ens:
Ciriaco Maduro = Mech. - Welding) tabata acepté tambe na Ly-| Ya un record nobo di seguridad a] ,,¢\aushter, Gloria, ig SAM SOOT, Frank - TSD Lab No. 2
Cipriano Croes Mech. - Garage | coming College na Williamsport, Pa., worde estableci caba. E studiante-| "A son, James Samuel, Jr. A son, Michael Steve.
Justiniano van der Biezen New Mexico Institute of Mines and nan, sinjando y trahando cu extremo| ‘SYMP. Serapio - Drydock: A daughter, |) RICH aorta
Mech. - Garage| Technology na Socorro, N. Mex., y|cuidao, a establece un record di tres| CHARLES, James - Mech, - Mason: A son,| A son, Russell Anthony. ce ie
DBI eg noee Mech. - Garage | Hastings College na Hastings, Neb. | luna consecutivo sin ningun desgra-| Maxwell Adolphus. |
mee wv sag sree Seas cia na ningun studiante. John W ST AzGaunEtAg A son, |
lolfo Halpert Mech, - Instrumen i o sah Adin pear iet a ie oe ahs a ory Neil e
Eiias D. Ger ‘Jkocame Gat: & WE" Gertie or riating See ney | a eee ne Utes CODEC DCLOL CU Rag Henilh 1. - Accounting: A daugh- British Consulate
Matthew W. Farrell Mech. - Yard | 'reius H. Kruythoff Commissary | guridad. Cada grupo tin dos monito1 arlene Bo |
3 fh aniiesehled hy AGrareeg pa di Seen a ae eae JOSEPH, Marcus - Lago Police: A son, Hours Changed
| Clive H. Comission Edel, | promove seguridad de : especti- | ilbert St. Clair. |
10-Year Buttons | Serapio I. Tromp i _& L. E./ yo gruponan. Monitornan di seguri-! ,penps, Jan NO econ maalt The British Consulate will be
Frances L. Davis Executive Office | Oo ealdits Petes rs | dad pa e siete gruponan ta: 53-A —| Jan Marianus. : open for the transaction of busi-
Simplicio Koolman Mech. - Paint | Raymond F. Lawrence racking | Sonny Harms y Mario Hanson; 53-B) , 3RAN May, 20 ; ness from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday
Augustine Paul Mech ieee I EARBIEGRIRGGUe Utilities | J y 28°) | ZAMBRANO, Rafael A. - Industrial Rela- i Pp )
Lewis A. Williams Mech. - Carpenter | Stephen Belfon Shipyard | — Betrando de Cuba y Mario Arends;} tions: A daughter, Estrella Elizabeth, through Friday and from 8 a.m.
Elias John Mech. - Yard | Hoentley McLeod Shipyard — Simon Webb y Julio de Cuba; | Pare May ae > to noon Saturday until further
Cyril A. Violenus Mech. - Welding | John M. Halley Shipyard ones - 11... | PONSON. Carel B. - Cat. & Lt. Ends: ; ;
Jacobo Ras Mech. - Pipe | Charles M. Rumnit Mech.-Mason & I — Jose Donata y Simon Kelly; A daughter, Ingrid Mildred. notice.
Charles A. V. Coker Mech. - Garage | Joseph Primus Mech. - Pipe | — Rafael de Cuba y Agapito| VIBE ; ual L. - Mech. - Electrical: ihe vconsulatawall abenmclosea
MecIscicaden | Mach, = Gel Maine. Tees iMedia prectiicamilesteleall ne ccKeipeni Isayas Hernandez y S.| STODDARD, Howard 0. - Mech. - Electri-|]| Sundays and designated public
Jacobo A. Richardson Mech. - Instrument | Clarence Noel Mech. - Paint! Qduber y 4-51 — John Hirshfeld y| ¢#!: 4 daughter, Debra Ann. || holidays.
Altinus Joseph Mech. - Garage | Stella S$. Thomas Mech. - Admin.| A ,: A lh May 22 | 7
James N. Simon Mech, - Pipe | James H. Lloyd Process - Utilties | Calisto Henriquez. SRMAN, Floriano - Mech, - Mason

right,
RBI,



Bob Lemon

eft,

thr



ws right,

5:






yy scalp. Last year they were second best to the Yankees.

:







The Indians are on the warpath! And this time it loc
to wield their tomahawk right through the American Le
starved Cleveland Indians — their only flags coming in 1920 and 1948
this year hope to upset the favored Yankees and walk off with the

as if they mean
nt-



gue. The penna
league

the warriors to do it. Heading the list Rosen

who last year won the league’s Most Valuable

On paper they have is Al |

Player award. He led the |




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league in home runs, runs batted in and slugging percentage with 43, 145 | Manager Al Lopez
and .613. His 1953 batting average of .336 was only one point less than| Chief of ramp g Cleveland
Mickey Vernon who copped the batting crown. Other power hitters who tribe

supply drive to Cleveland’s offense Larry Doby, Harry Simpson, Jim



are













Hegan and Rudy Regalado.
On the mound the Indians have a

formidable threesome in Bob Lemon,

Mike Garcia and Early Wynn. This

trio gained credit for 56 of Cleve-

land’s 92 wins last year. Behind thes«

three are Bob Feller, who for years

was Cleveland's outstanding hurler, Partyapoby

and Art Houtteman, | Jer, bats left, throws right,
For the past few years, the Indians + 1, 182, 102 RBI, .263



on paper have always looked like the












team to beat. On the field it was a

different story, however. This year

they have given indications of also

being the team to beat on the field.

They recently put together a string see na
of 11 straight vietories and as. of MikeuGarcis Early Wynn

May 380 had racked up 14 straight 5 x he either side, throw

rictoria atihomeeinertomabwale ig itcge! ats and throws right, 30 Sled foete (Oe) Aven 17:

sharp now. Will it be at the comple- 6-toot |, 200, won 18 4 ec ‘

tion of 154 games?
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Jim Hegan Bobby Avila Bob Feller eres Ae
ats and thr ‘ bats and throws right Pitcher, bats and throws right Harry Simpson
ote 195°. 37 (RBI, E27 27, 5 t 175, 55 RBI 35, 6-foot |, 185 WOuiloeh 7 Outfielder, | left, throws right
175, 22 RBI, .227





ARUBA ESSO NEWS



June 5, 1954 1





* :

HIGHLIGHT of the Lago Club May Day festivitie CULMINACION di e festividadnan na Lago Club Mei









May 16 was the crowning of Queen Elizabeth De Vries. 16 tabata coron patie di Reina Eli th oa Vries.
The pert little queen's court includes (left to right) Roy Corte di e reina chikito ta inclui (robez pa drec hi) Ro
Vieira, Indrani Lall, Meagan Kalloo, Ciciel Fortain, Vieira, Indrani Lall, Me Ciciel Fortain,

Chery! Alleyne, Jane Marcas and Edna Tromp. Chery! Alleyne, Jane y Edna Tromp.

Kite ae Ancient
Chinese Passtime

that

China.
Chinese
fathers in-
multi-colored
. But while the
in Aruba are

dat

is

history

Kite flying
far into the
hundreds of

|families, mothe
{cluded, guided
kites through the
| majority of kites we



port
of
entire





and
large



|diamond-shaped, the Chinese kites
For Something New in Kites lez of many designs ranging from





| sprawling lizards and wiggly spiders
| to flowers and insects.

make a hi-flying KITE-BIRO.







As far as size is concerned, it is

Kite-birds are flying in Aruba. Necessary materials are brown |common to see youngsters on |
wrapping paper, thread, twine, glue, a knife for whittling down any a eb as at i ae cane
wood too thick for balance, sticks made preferably of white pine, a es a aie ie peat Tee ee
pair of scissors, poster color paints and waxed paper. wing to wing. The Chinese also use

Follow the drawing while reading the instructions. bamboo sticks with holes in them to























Three-stick kite-bird: The main| - = ae =| sive their kites whistling sounds.
stick is 36 inches long and should be | * strong string SEMEL: 12 | Kites weren’t always platings .
one-quarter inch thick. This 36-inch Attach the tail-string with glue and | They were invented about 400 BC.
stick is “A” and should be placed | String. The length of the tail will | Ty ancient China and Korea they
vertically upon the work table. Eight depend oe the’ air resistance 50 ay were used by armies to carry cables
inches from the top, lay a 30-inch| is impossible _to say whether it ‘acro rivers and ravines so that
stick of the same width in thickness. | Should be 10 feet or 12. Extra tail | soldiers could follow.

This is "B.’ Center ’B” correctly on| Should always be held in reserve in| Sa A as
”A,” measuring the distance saat se it is needed on the field. | rately. Glue and thre ad into position.
tely. When you have the exact cen- ieee stick kite: Those who do not} Tie the sticks and draw the string
ter, glue sparingly, then bind with | Want to bother with the extra effort taut. Slip the string into the notches
thread to hold into place. Six inches | i" shaping the picture-wire can make | starting at the top. If your picture
from the bottom of ”A,” place hori-|# simple two-stick kite. You can use bird is ready and painted, place it
zontally a 12-inch stick, this is ’ the same one-quarter-inch width in|on the frame and paste. The bridle
shovid be the same thickne | the two-stick kite and you can make | has two strings, one attached to the
round head < it smaller than the three-stick,| long stick and one to the cross stick.

”A” and ”B.” For the





the top of the wings, use picture- making your long stick 26 inches and| Attach your string 12 inches from
wire, bending it into two curved the cross stick 22 inches. Notch the|the kite to the bridle. You can, if
peaks for the wings. The picture-|¢nds of the cross stick and long! you wish, add tail feathers of crepe
wire is ’D.” Wind ”D” securely on| Stick. Place your cross stick 7'4|paper and a crest of the same
both ’A” and ”B” watching your| inches from the top, centering accu-| material.
proper balance weight.

Lay the completed frame upon

3 SICK KITE

your wrapping paper and trace yow
bird pattern, leaving a good one-inch |
margin from the picture to fold over
on the frame later.

Doing the Face

DOTTED LINES,
PICTURE WIRE












The Kite-bird is supposed to look
like a hawk, having dark red eyes
and a black hooked bill. The head,
neck and lower parts are gray, the
wings deep black, the legs let.
The eyes will look more realistic if |
they are cut out and waxed paper
circles pasted over the back. This
waxed paper should be red. Now
affix waxed paper pupils colored
black in the front. Let the paint dry

thoroughly and then press the one-
inch margin your
glue thin and evenly. If you are using
liquid glue be sure to diluted it with
for the paper. This
rainst any excess weight.

over frame and

is




warm W:
to guard

er







e You will need two strings for the

bridle, one string on ”A” the other

string on ”B.” Bring both strings

it the top center point of

Take a loop in the string

so the distance from the kite to the

knot will be about inches. The tail
may be made of scraps of paper, z

folds and tied to



doubled in narrow
















‘It Began in Frankfurt

How Sausages Turned
Into (Ymm) Hot Dogs












































































Hans, the butcher, had a busy day
before him. He looked at the meat
that had to be converted into
sausages, In Frankfurt, Germany,

100 years ago a butcher shop had to

provide many kinds of spiced and

smoked sausages to please its custo- !
mers.

But Hans was tired of making the ’
same old rolls of sausage. He won- |
dered if German housefraus were not |
tired also of cooking the same old |
thing. |

He shook his finger at Schnorkel,
his pet Dachshund, who sat expect-
antly on the sawdust floor of the j
butcher shop. "This morning we will
make something different! To be | |
sure, we will make all the old kind |
of sausages first. Then we will make |
| a new one.” |

Schnorkel barked with enthusiasm.

He was a smart dog who well knew

| that sausage making day provided a

greedy little dog with many choice! ,

bites. famous. Who knows? Let me see, I

"Ah then, you are in favor of the shall call it a frankfurter, because it
|new sausage?” his master is made in our town of Frankfurt. '
|”When it is ready I will give you a| Now I must stuff the sausage into
|taste and then you shall give me|¢#Sings. Wait! I have wonderful
| your opinion!” idea!” q

In Honor of a Dog Hans stuffed the sausage meat into t

Hans, the butcher, went to work. small casings and tied them off into 4
He boiled choice beef with a new|Shert links. "Look, Schnorkel,” he é
selection of spices. Then he chopped | @Â¥8hed. "This new sausage shall be
he meat into bits. He stirred and shaped just like you!”
| tasted. It was good. Remembering The Dachshund barked loudly as if f
his promise to his pet, he threw a he accepted the honor. yn
| morsel to Schnorkel who was still The new sausage did become po- 8)!
|under foot in the shop. pular with German housewives. When ‘
| How do you like this new sausage, the frankfurter was introduced into
|hein?” the butcher asked. the United States, however, it really i

Schnorkel gobbled. Then he barked | found its place in the world, for here,
loudly. Then he managed to arrange Some six and a third billion are '
his funny long body and short legs | Consumed annually.
into a sitting position. He begged The name frankfurter is still used, 4 1
politely. but the most popular name for the !

Hans, the butcher, laughed and|sausage that was concocted in honor i
threw hi another bite. "Then you a little Dachshund is now the
approve? This sausage may make us| ”hot dog i

ri

«cl

Algo Nobo Den |

| . . |
| Trahamento di Vlie ‘|

Awor ta tempo di vlie na Aruba. Material cu bo tin mester pa traha |
e clase di vlie aki ta papel pa plak, linja, lijm, un cuchiw pa bo pareha
e latanan, lata, sker, waterverf y papel di was. i

Sigui e prenchi mientras bo ta leza e direccionnan: |

Vlie di parja; E lata mas largo mester ta 36 inch largo y un cuarto ¢
inch diki. Esaki ta ”A” y mester wor- | - = = ,
de poni verticalmente ariba e mesa di vlecht of panja bieuw. Largura di ¢ a]
trabao. Ocho inch for di su punta ari- | "bo ta depende ariba resistencia di |
ba, pone un lata di 30 inch di lar- SUS Vasa ee ODO? bisa cuanto bo ,
gura y mes diki cu di promer. aki | t@ bai tin» mester. Sinembargo, per- }
Pe » Centro ’B” exactamente ari-|CU"@ pa semper bo tin un reserva di i
ba ”A” midiendo e distancia cu cui-|'@b0 na man por si acaso bo tin
dao. Ora bo a haya e centro mare'le. | Mester di dje.

Seis inch for di punta di ”A”, cruza Vlie di cruz: Esnan cu no Kier tu-
lun lata di 12 inch cu ta mes diki cu|â„¢4 tur e molester pa traha cu w 1]
4M) Pa eo cabez rondo y elas |boe traha un simple vlie di cruz 1
lanan, usa waya fini. E waya fini ta|/@tanan mester ta mes diki cu pa e
marca ariba e prenchi como ”D”,|Promer vlie pero bo por hacie’le mas
Mara ”D” bon duro na faye 6k chikito BUDO et SOLE OE SUeTI BL
teniendo cuidao pa bo mantene ba-|U" lata di 26 inch y uno di neh.
lanza propio. Pone e lata mas chikito 744 inch for

Pone e curpa completa ariba bo/4i Punta ariba di e lata grandi
papel di plak y corta rond di dje la-|Mare’le bon. Pasa linja rond y des-
gando como un inch na banda pa do-| PUCS plak tom tin dos linja, un |}
hia: mara na e lata grandi, uno na e chi-

Wrahaadoe: Cars kito. Mara bo linja 12 inch for di «

; vlie pa e tom. Si bo kier bo por traha

E parja_mester Sali TRB TEL AT pluma di rabo of fronchi pa e parja
valk, cu wowo corra scur y un piek

: usando papel crépe.
preto dobla. E cabez, nek y partinan
abao ta shinishi, e halanan preto, e
pianan roos. wowonan ta_ parece
afor y papel di was worde geplak
banda atras. E papel di was mester |
ta corra. Awor pone papel di was il,
pinta preto adilanti pa e popchi di 4
wowo. Laga e waterverf seka com-
pleto y despues caba di plak. Si bo :
ta usa lijm liquido, percura pa kita
loke cu keda ariba e papel cu un :
panja cu poco awa caliente. Esaki ta|Q - Only seven players have rack he
pa kita peso exce up a total of 3000 hits in the hist« 4

Bo tin mester di dos linja pa e tom, | of modern baseball, yet two brothers ||},
un linja ariba ’A” y uno ariba ”B”.| once achieved the remarkable com- .
Trece tur dos hunto den centro ariba | bined total of more than 5000 hits. “Sh
di e vlie. Tira un konopi den e linja|Can you name these brothers? ld
asina cu e distancia for di e vlie pa) A - Paul and Lloyd Waner, as ‘

e konopi ta mas of menos inch.| mates on Pittsburgh’s Pirates, di
H

and 2459 hits, respectively.



E rabo por worde traha di papel ge-



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Headed for Bone Yard Bradshaw Thompson Win
Esso Providence Making Last Voyage Class II Capital Awards
The Esso Providence sailed
into San Nicolas harbor May 18
and out again May 22 While in
port the tanker changed its owners
name and destiny
The Providence was built in 1921
by the Sun Ship Building and Dry
Dock Co of Chester Pa for the
Union Oil Co Avhich named it the
Cerro Azul On its maiden voyage
the Azul traveled to Tampico
Mexico where it became a black oil
carrier
The ship was named for one of
Mexicos most famous gushers In
1910 the Huasteca Petroleum Co a
subsidiary of the Mexican Petroleum
Co of California which brought in
the first major producing wells in
Mexico staited dialling in the Cerro
de la Pez aiea south of Tampico
Its first strike was the Juan Ca
siano No 7 the fhst gusher successfully
controlled in Mexico In Feb
191G the company biought in its
Cerro Azul No 4 a gusher which a
geologist certified as flowing 300000
barrels a day LISLE BRADSHAW a Shipyard subforeman Is congratulated by General
The Mexican government called Manager O S Mingus on winning the top 1953 Coin Your Ideas Capi
out its army to help the company tal Award for 1953 Mr Bradshaw suggested running airlines to the
bring the well under control repair dolphins in the harbor The capital Award was worth FIs 1000
The ship named for the well had
A SAILOR aboard the former Esso Providence paints out the Esso
been in service six years when it was
LISLE BRADSHAW subforeman di
un Shipyard ta recibi felicitacion di
house the ship which sold and renamed the Lisbeth for
symbol on was ordered to the Standard Oil Co of
Gerente General O S Mingus como el a gana e premio grandi di Coin
one more voyage to a boneyard in England Indiana transshipment station at
Your Ideas 1953 Sr Bradshaw linea di aire
sugeri
Aruba The company had just pa a pa pasa pa e
UN MATROOS abordo di e anterior Esso Providence ta tapa e em- finished cutting an opening through dolphin di reparacion den haaf E premio tabata di FIs 1000
blema di Esso ariba e bapor cual tabata bendi y yama Lisbeth pa haci a reef which partially blocked San
un solo viaje mas pa un empresa di desarmacion na Inglaterra Continued on page 2
Share FIs 1500 for Submitting Ideas
To Reduce Costs In Shipyard Garage
Lisle Bradshaw a welding subfore- I straddle trucks were in danger of
man in the Shipyaid pushed the pro being cracked when the trucks load
fit on an idea he first coined in 1953 was lifted too high
to FIs 1500 late last month when he After other protective devices
took down the top Capital Awaid for failed Mr Thompson devised a floa
supervisors ting plate beneath the crankcase
In March of 1953 Mr Bradshaw When the rising load forced the
was awarded FIs 500 for suggesting plate in contact with the case an
that airlines be run to the repair electrical circuit was closed and a
dolphins in the harbor to leplaee warning horn sounded in the truck
VOL 15 No 12 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD June 5 1954 compressors which were floated out The committee said Mr Thompsons
on the welding barge idea saved time and labor by
Esso News Increased Mas Esso News Ships in for repairs tied up at the preventing possible motor damage
Seven Employees dolphins to save berthing space The and consequent equipment down
At Gates 1 and 6 Given Promotions Na Porta 1 y 6 Coin Your Ideas committee reported time
Mr Bradshaws suggestion saved In addition to the FIs 1500 given
Cuminzando cu e edicion aki e can time labor and material and gave the two Class II Capital Award
Beginning with this issue the num Seven employees have been promoted tidad di di Aruba Esso News
copia him the top Class II award at ceremonies winners the committee eai lier this
ber of copies of the Aruba Esso News They are Walter D Huffman na Porta No 1 y 6 lo worde aumenta held May 21 in the General year awarded FIs 2200 to four win
at Gates 1 and G will be increased to Jean I Minton Garth E Viele
asina cu empleadonan cu ta sali mer Office Building ners of the 1953 Class I Capital
sufficiently cover employees leaving Gerardus Smit Cecil Diake Robert dia ariba e dia di distribucion atardi Winner of the FIs 500 second Awards
at noon the day of distribution as well MacMillan and Clarence D Sexton y e siguiente dia lo por haya un copia Class II award was A Thompson a Mr Bradshaw and Mr Thompson
as that afternoon and the following
Mr
Huffman was piomoted from foreman in the first
Garage Mr Thompson were the Lago supervisors to
day shift foreman to process foreman in Pa por facilita empleadonan tra noticed that drain pans beneath receive Capital Awards which have
In order to accommodate employees Catalytic and Light Ends Mr Minton hando warda 12 8 di Esso
pa copia the crank cases of the larger been set up on an annual basis
on the 12 to 8 shift copies of the from CLE operator to fire News lo worde poni na e oficina na
Esso News will be placed in the gate equipment maintenance foreman in
Porta G Empleadonan cu ta sali 8
house of Gate G Employees leaving Process Utilities Mr Viele from am e dia siguiente di distribucion New Home in Sabaneta
at 8 am the day following distribution foreman
to assistant division
process por para nan auto na e lugar di par
may pull into the Gate G parking superintendent in CLE Mr Smit
keer di Porta G y tuma nan copia na
area and pick up their copies in the from operator to assistant shift foreman e cuarto di Porta 6 E patrolman para Freres Building Fund
gate house The patrolman stationed in CLE Mr Drake from foreman
na Porta 6 lo no parti Esso News na
at Gate G will not hand out the Aruba
to foreman in
zone Mechanical trahadornan di warda cu ta baha
Esso News to shift workers leaving Electrical
Mr MacMillan from 8 am Receives Lago Donation
at 8 am
zone foreman Electrical to assistant Tambe pa otro gruponan di warda
The Aruba Esso News will also be zone supervisor in Mechanical Esso News lo ta disponibel na Porta
available at Gate G for other shift Field Coordination and Mr Sexton G Nan tambe lo mester parkeer nan In continuing its paramount aim of assisting those dedicated to the
groups Again shift workers will from engineer A to assistant supervising auto y baha busca nan copia na e development of a morally strong and prosperous community Lago this
have to park their cars and pick up engineer field engineering oficina na porta week made a donation to the Freres of the Institute of the Brothers
their copies in the gate house in the Technical Service Department Copia adicional lo worde poni tam of the Christian Schools Lagos donation of FIs 33000 was given to
Additional copies will also be Mr Huffman was first employed in be na Porta No 1 trahadornan di in
placed pa help offset the cost of constructing a new home for the Freres
a Gate 1 for shift workers 1934 as an operator third class in the waula cu ta sali e ataidi di parti Sabaneta I
leaving the afternoon rT
of
distribution Pressure Stills was promoted to mento of e siguiente dia na e porta a group ot men whose Jives are aea
or following day through that exit Located near the Roman Catholic
Continued on page 2 aki icated to help teach others men
church and school the new home will whose numbers have increased to
house between 15 and 18 Freres who keep pace with the community they
Bradshaw teach there and in San Nicolas At are helping to develop The Freres
Thompson a Gana FIs 1500 present 38 Freres live in the Iluize first came to Aruba in 1937 They
de la Salle their home in Oran had two schools and G50 students
Lisle Bradshaw jestad Because much of the history Today they have 10 schools and some
un subforeman di wplrHnp- ripn i iro i
un platillo flotante bao di crank
e of the Christian Brothers in Aruba
students Part of world wide
suma di 4000 a
un idea cu el a manda aden anja pasa te FIs 1500 na fin di case Ora e carga forza e platillo den involves tremendous expansion the Brothers
luna order, the Christian were
pasa ora el a gana e premio di CYI contacto cu e crankcase un circuito
mayor
pa supervisors new quarters are more than needed founded by St John Baptist de la
Na Maart 1953 Sr Bradshaw a recibi FIs 500 pa linea di aire worde electrico ta cerra y un senjal di ad While the Huize de la Salle is home Salle in 1GS4 as the first order devoted
pom pa e dolphinnan di reparacion den haaf pa reemplaza compresor- vertencia ta zona den e auto for 38 Freres its normal capacity is exclusively to Christian education
...* vu i uiue juua aior anoa e E Committee a bisa cu idea di Sr 25 Their home was built in 1914 to When La Salle died in 1719
barge di welding Ganador di e segunda premio di Thompson tabata scapa tempo y tra house eight persons To accommodate 281 Freres were teaching 9300 stu
Bapornan cu tin algo di drecha ta FIs 500 den Clase II tabata A bao door di preveni posible danjo the growing number of Freres it was dents in 27 communities composed
mara na e dolphinnan pa scapa lu Thompson un foreman na Garage na motor y consequente tempo inpro enlarged in 1940 and again in 194G of a director and a faculty of Bro
gar di mara Coin Your Ideas Committee Sr Thompson a nota cu e drain pans ductivo di e trucknan As Frere Andre former director of thers From this beginning came the
a reporta cu e sugerencia di bao crank case di e straddle trucks Ademas di e FIs 1500 cu e gana the Freres in Aiuba said last year Brothers who live and teach in Aruba
bao Bradshaw ta scapa tempo tra tabata na peligro pa woide gekiaak dornan di premio den Clase II a recibi Once again it has become too small Already underway Petrona &
y material y a dunele e premio ora e truck worde carga demasiado e Committee anterior a duna so we are going to build another Croes contractors are expected to
grandi durante un ceremonia cortico Despues cu otro medionan piotec FIs 2200 na cuatro ganadornan di home in Sabaneta complete the building the latter part
Mei 21 den
Oficina
Mayor tivo a fracasa Sr Thompson a devisa piemionan di Clase I pa 1953 Lagos contribution goes to assit of this year
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
Juno 5 1954
AiJiMfss9N Lago a Contribui na Cas di Freres
Sabaneta ia Luga
Printed by the Curaaosche Courant Curasao NWI Di Edificio Nobo %'<>
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS g
WEST INDIES BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD
Continuando su obheto principal
pa asisti esnan cu ta dedica nan
mcs na dcsarollo di un comunidad
moralmente fuerte y prospero e
siman aki Lago a haci un donacion
na Frerenan di e Instituto di School
Christian Donacion di Lago di
Fls 33000 a woide duna pa yuda
cubri e costo di constiuccion di un
cas nobo pa Freienan na Sabaneta
E cas nobo cu lo ta situa cerca di
Misa Catolico di Sabaneta lo acomo
da cntre 15 te 18 Freie cu lo duna
les na Sabaneta y San Nicolas Ac
tualmente 38 Frerc ta biba na Huize
de la Salle nan cas na Oranjestad
Como cu e trabao di Frerenan na THE ROMAN CATHOLIC church of Sabaneta backgroira ove oob
Aruba ta aumenta mas y mas e cas the construction of the new quarters of the Christian Brothers to which
nobo ta mas cu nccesario Mientras Lago donated Fls 33000 To be completed the latter part of this year
Huize de la Salle
ta e cas pa 38
it will house 15 to 18 Freres
Frere su capacidad normal ta pa 25
persona Nan cas a worde traha na
1914 pa ocho persona Pa acomoda e MISA CATOLICO di Sabaneta patras ta domina e vista di construc-
cantidad creciente di Frere el a wor cion di e cas nobo di Frerenan pa cual Lago a duna Fls 33000 E cas cu
de haci mas grandi na 1940 y luego lo worde termina na fin di e anja aki lo acomoda 15 te 18 Frere
na 194G Y manera Frere Andre di
recteur anterior di Frerenan na Aruba nan numero a aumenta pa por sigui Baptist de la Salle na anja 1G84 como
a bisa anja pasa Un bez mas e yuda desarolla e comunidad crecien e promer orden cu a dedica su mes
cas a bira mucho chikito pesey nos do Frerenan a yega Aruba na 1937 exclusivamente na educacion Christian
ta bai traha un otro cas na Sabaneta Nan tabatin dos school y 650 estu
diante Awe nan tin 10 school y como Contratistanan Petrona & Croes ta
In Memorium E contribucion di Lago ta pa asisti 4000 estudiante E orden di Frerenan spera di caba construccion di e edificio
.
un grupo di homber kende nan bida Christian cu ta traha ariba henter ariba cual trabao a cuminza
ta dedica pa yuda sinja otro y kende mundo tabata funda door di St Jan caba na fin di e anja aki
MRS ETHEL CASEY president of the Womens Auxiliary of the Aruba
Esso Post No I of the American Legion is shown placing a wreath at
Gas Plant and also served as assistant
the base of the posts memorial flag pole during Memorial Day ceremonies opeiator and operator when he II
last Sunday in honor of United States war dead Seven Promotions transferred to the Piocess Depait Providence Sold
Continued from page 1 ment where he seived as an operator Continued from page 1
SRA ETHEL CASEY presidente di e Womens Auxiliary di Aruba Esso in CLE
operator second class and assistant Nicolas harbor and was leady to
Post No I di American Legion ta worde munstra poniendo un krans na operator and then became an operator Mr Viele was first employed in accommodate ocean going tankers
di palu di bandera durante ceremonianan cu a worde tern Dia di 1940 as a student engineer in TSD
pia e in Hydro Poly where he also The Azul one of the largest
Memoria Diadomingo pasa den honor di Merikanona cu a muri durante served as a shift breaker for shift where he served as a junior engineer tankers afloat in those days stopped
chemical engineer II tester
guerra foreman before transferring to process at Oranjestad and picked up Lt
and designer and chemical engineer
CLE Gov J F Quast and other island
A Transferred to Catalytic he
Mr Minton was first employed in dignitaries The ship went on to San
Accident Free Days Hearing 1938 as an apprentice operator in the served as foreman a technical assistant and Nicolas wheie it was the first ocean
process tanker thiough the East Entrance
Mr Smit was first employed in
The date according to the governors
Vocational School Record 1940 as an appi entice operator IV
New diary was Nov 10 1927
in Hydro Poly and served as assistant
The Azul and a sister ship the
Safety is riding high in the Lago dents in working and studying as operator to and CLE operator before Cerro Ebano which was named for
Vocational School Seven groups of safely as they have established a re transferiing another famous Mexican pioducing
first in
Mr Drake was employed
students are daily adding accident coid of thiee consecutive months field went on a two-trip-a-month
subforeman first class in
1943 as a
free woik days to their safety records without an accident to any member schedule between Aiuba and the
Electiical wheie he also served as a
that have already passed the of the student body United States
100 day maik for first year students Max Jessurun is the faculty safety subforeman Mr MacMillan first employed These 100000 barrel ships would
was
and the 150 day mark for second and advisor Each group has two safety tradesman first class in arrive in ballast cairying men and
in 1943 as a
third year students monitors whose job it is to piomote equipment for the shore station and
Electrical wheie he also served as
On April 18 and April 28 the first safety within their respective gioups subforeman second class and first later for the refineiy and would
year students of 53 B and 53 A leave with cargoes of Venezuelan
class
reached the 100th consecutive work crude
in
ing day without an industrial injury W D Huffman G E Viele Mr Sexton was first employed In 1940 the ship was purchased by
in TSD
1948 as a junior engineer
the Panama Co
Transport a wholly
of any type Both groups are still Kalloo Reelected He
Engineering
owned affiliate of the Standaid Oil
adding safe days to their records On also served
April 14 groups 1 52 2 52 and 2 51 Chairman of LCAC engineer C B as and an Co NJ which renamed it the
passed the 150th consecutive woiking A Esso Providence
When World War II broke out
day without an accident Gioups 4 51 Allan A Kalloo of the Technical The promotion of
and 3 52 also joined the ranks of the Service Department reelected the Providence went into military
was Mr Huffman Mr
service In December 1943 it was
150 or better safe days when they chairman of the
Lago Commissary Minton Mr Viele the coast of with
running along Italy
passed the mark May 19 and May 21
Committee at the
Advisory groups IKffii05r jjMi Mr Smit and Mr a load of fuel oil for the United
These groups aie woiking for 200 turnover 28
meeting May Augusto Sexton became effective States Navy when a German bomber
consecutive accident fiee days Reach of the Process
Kelly Department The
June 1
tank
scored a direct hit on the No 7
ing 200 woiking days without an elected vice chairman and
was piomotion of Mr
and blasted a hole in the port stem
accident has never been accomplished Mrs A M de Vries of the Indus t Drake and Mr
in the Vocational School quarter
trual Relations Department became
secretary MacMillan The ship limped into Gibraltar
Already one Vocational School
effective the first
where it underwent
safetv record has been set The stu G Smit R MacMillan temporary re
of last month
C D Sexton pairs and then went on to Baltimoie
Md where it was reconditioned
In 1948 Lago took over sub-management
LVS Boys Exhibii Captures Award Barge Bunkers of the ship fiom Panama
Transport and has used it between
At the Allentown High Schools annual Science Fair Second Customer Aruba and Amuay Lake Maracaibo
Marciano Angela received honorable mention for his and East Coast poits of the United
display which was one of 500 enteied in the competition In Oranjestad States
The former Lago Vocational School student who Rendeied obsolete by new larger
with Patricio Ras is studying at the Pennsylvania and faster ships the Providence
Lago Barge No 1 put in use was sold May 18 to the Industrial
school on a one year all expense scholarship piovided
by Lago exhibited the methods of finding the specific eailier this year by the company to Machine Corp of NY Capt H F
gravity of petroleum products piovide a bunkering service at Oran Byng took over fiom Capt W S
With laboiatory equipment provided by the school jestad and thus attract ships which Stewart the Esso house symbol was
otherwise not call there had out the stack the Esso
dealer in might painted on
Esso
and with Esso products provided by an
Allentown Maiciano illustrated the displacement and its second customer last week Providence was replaced on the bow
The ship was the Alcoa Lines by Lisbeth and the ship sailed with
hydrometric methods of determining specific gravity
him Cabanos which took some 1765 a load of fuel oil for The Azores
Marcianos grades in the past maiking period put
miss ban els of Bunker C Catalyst and From there it was scheduled to
on the honor roll but Patricio forced by illness to
steel pipe consigned to Lago was proceed to England to be broken up
honor roll
four days of school failed to make the by
three unloaded from the ship at Oranjestad for scrap
points HI
and tiucked to the
lefinery
Marcianos grades were 94 in English 91 in history
Cargo ships carrying material consigned Schedule of
Paydays
9G in algebra 9G in general mathematics 93 in physics
to Lago that can be trucked
98 in conduct and 75 in physical education Patricios
fiom Oranjestad to San Nicolas will Semi Monthly Payroll
grades were 92 in English 88 in history 90 in plane
in the future berth in the Oranjestad May 16 31 Wednesday June 0
geometry 82 in algebra 90 in general chemistry and
port This development is possible Monthly Payroll
98 in conduct
through the barge bunkeiing facilities May 1 31 Thursday June 10
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
June 5 19i 1
Lago Donation Enables Trans Caribbean
Aruba School of Music
Blast Destroys Queens
To Purchase Piano
Statue In British Guiana
Thanks to a donation made by
Lago the Aruba School of Music in
Noord is now able to offer piano instruction Georgetown police are hunting the Michiel de Wit Curacao student at
to children of that area on persons who blew the head off a Ohio University in Athens Ohio recently
the schools new piano The piano statue of Queen Victoria last week was honored at the schools
purchased with the Lago donated in what was feared may be a prelude annual Honors Day convocation Mr
funds was dedicated May 30 B to a new round of nationalist demonstrations de Wit received honorable mention
Teagle public relations manager in British Guiana for the Ohio University Fund Award
made the presentation which was accepted XXX second in the A A Atkinson Award
by J J Stam of the schools A French Line ship the SS in Physics and won the Mens Union
staff on behalf of the people of Wyoming was halted last week at scholarship prize
Noord the Panama Canal by American
The presentation took place in Don
authorities who suspected the ship
Bosco Hall and was part of an afternoon
was running guns Aboard were A move towards establishing a
of music Students of the school found cases of Browning automatic million dollar banana industry in
gave a recital that included piano rifles consigned from Antwerp to El Trinidad was made recently with the
violin guitar and flute renditions as Salvador The ship was searched allocation of 63000 for the purchase
well as selections by the Boys Choir essel delivered 2000 the
after a Swedish of Lacatan banana suckers and
of Oranjestad The boys and girls tons of arms from Czechoslovakia to setting up of a 150 acre government
who nlaved the students of A L
were
neighboring Guatemala whose gov banana nursery Hon Victor Bryan
Born P N J Triejtel L P van
ernment has been charged with Com minister of Agriculture and Lands
R Steenhuizen J Cohen
Meulen Mrs
munist leanings The United States stated that the industry is to be ex
American Ariisi Here . and Mr Stam who also acted as countered by sending a plane load of panded and shipments to the United
master of ceremonies arms to El Salvador and Nicaragua Kingdom should commence this year
The Aruba School of Music is a
HAZEL SCOTT American jazz and classical pianist who appeared in part of the Cultural Center Aruba of Guatemala later proposed it sign a
three performances in Aruba last month during a tour of the Caribbean which F Steenmeyer is president friendship with El Salvador and non AH aggression last week pact Voz
is presented with a bouquet by Joyce Nassy at the Lago Heights Club Director of the school is Mr Born Dominicana a radio station in the Dr H Riemens until recently
Netherlands minister in Caracas and
Dominican heard in
Republic was Netherlands chairman of the Ca
HAZEL SCOTT pianista clasico y di jazz Americano kende a aparece Two Accounting Aruba asking the people of Guatemala ribbean Commission co since 1950 has
aki Aruba luna durante un torneo den Caribe wanted turn their
den Ires rendicion na pasa Seminars Planned if they to been appointed head of all Netherlands
ta recibi un bouquet for di Joyce Nassy na Lago Heights Club country into another Korea trade delegations in South
Here During July XXX America
The former Esso Providence
renamed the Lisbeth and headed
Gravesande Plans Eight session seminars in Basic
Chilean Oil Engineer Accounting and Advanced Accounting for the scrappers torch in England Although Surinams exports of
To Attend College after delivering a cargo of fuel oil timber during 1953 fell slightly both
On Tour of Refineries will open at Lago the first week in
to the Azores was 23 hours out of in quantity and value the decline has
July under C A Moyer professor in
First from LVS Aruba last week when it cracked a not been considered serious since the
Visits Lago the College of Commerce at the University
boiler The pick up crew which in industry world wide also decreased
of Illinois Champaign 111
James P Gravesande a Lago Vo cluded several homeward bound Lake The market this has picked
A visitor to Lago last week was The basic course will start July 5 year up
cational School scholarship student Urbano Mena Chilean oil Fleet men fixed the crack and the and it is anticipated that by the end
young and meet each Monday and Wednesday
last year will return to the United engineer Like his compatriot Ber from 730 to 930 pm The 33-year-old tanker went on toward of 1934 Surinam will regain its posi
States in September to enroll in nardo Palau who spent two months advance course will open July G and its fate tion in the timber industry with
Lebanon Valley College Annville in training at Lago last November meet Tuesday and Thursday from XXX 1 prices at a more stable level
Pa William Willis a New York busi
is also
and December Mr Mena associated 730 to 930
The former LVS student who with pm xxx
with the Empresa Nacional ness man plans to float alone on a
The courses the second in a
Dominico Quandt was awarded a one del Petroleo of Santiago Chile and series of seminars proposed by the raft across the Pacific Ocean on the F C Goddard has been selected by
year all expense scholarship to the route sailed by the Kon Tiki
is around the United same
traveling Foreign Staff Advisory Committee the Governor of Barbados as leader
Allentown High School by Lago in States Canada and South America a raft which carried six men from
will cover the fundamentals of of the Opposition in the House of
1952 is now a Technical Service De Peru to Tahiti two
studying phases of oil refining that and years ago Assembly
accounting theory a general re
partment laboratory employee will aid in the development of this industry view of accounting theory xxx xxx
He will be the first Vocational
in his homeland The basic is for in embassies
course designed Taking refuge foreign
School youth to on toward a university
go While here Mr Mena toured the The supply of electricity in Barbados
the engineers and otners witnout accounting is becoming more and more po
will
degree He spend
is to be improved according to
refinery and was given an extensive
experience whose work brings pular with politicians The latest to
first two at Lebanon Valley
years reports from that island A plant
new
description of the naptha treating
them in contact with cost problems duck indoors was Aureliano S Aran
three at the
and the next years is to be laid down and the distribution
plant by T H Harrod and C B
University of Pennsylvania in Phi The advanced course is designed for go former Cuban foreign minister
increased at cost of
Lewis both of Light Oils Finishing system a
those with accounting training who who slipped into the Uruguayan
ladelphia
Upon successful completion of the His refinery tour was conducted by wish to review their training learn embassy in Havana last week to approximately 3000000
five he will receive a R V Pharis of the Training Division of new developments in the field and dodge a government round up A
bachelor year of program science degree in Chemical Mr Mena left his native Chile late do some advanced work in auditing former refugee in the Mexican em
Engineering from Pennsylvania last year and started his training and accounting bassy there he reportedly was in and Barge Na Uso
and a bachelor of science degree assignment in Canada spending two Prof Moyer is head of the Department out of the country frequently
Pa Di Dos Vez
from Lebanon Valley months at both the British American of Accountancy at Illinois has xxx
Oil Company in Montreal and the
He was also accepted at Lycoming written four text books on accoun A full length underwater color
McCall Frontenac Oil Company in Lago Barge No 1 poni na servicio
College in Williamsport Pa New ting has contributed to various movie is being filmed off Jamaica
Montreal He visited the Perth mas tempran e anja aki door di com
Mexico Insititute of Mines and Technology accounting periodicals and has served for teleAision in the United States
Amboy NJ refinery of Standard pania pa duna servicio di bunker na
consultant to
at Socorro N Mex and as an accounting
Oil Company of California before various the Oranjestad y asina atrae bapornan cu
organizations including
Hastings College at Hastings Neb
going to Creoles Amuay refinery He office of the United States Secretary di otro manera podiser no ta pasa
spent six weeks there visited Lago of Defense Bienio ta Ruin a aki a siibi su di dos cliente siman
Gana last week and then departed for pasa
Angela a
Caripito where he will stay about Banderanan Aki E bapor tabata carga nomber di
Premio di Feria five weeks Cabanos y ta pertenece na Alcoa
Den 2 of 3 Siman
The Chilean refinery Vina del Mar Line El a carga 17G5 barril di Bun
Na e Exposicion di Sciencia anual is located near Valparaiso The 20000 ker C Algun carga di e bapor con
di Allentown High School Marciano barrels a day plant is the countrys Biento passaat cual ta tene Aruba sistiendo di catalysta y tubo di staal
Angela a ricibi recomendacion honorable first refinery and runs crude from fresco mayor parti di anja pone e cu tabata bini pa Lago a worde des
pa su exhibicion cu tabata uno the Tierra del Fuego fields in the barconan di bela nabega y bruha ca carga na Oranjestad y treci refine
di e 500 cu tabatin den e concurso southern part of Chile bei di hende muher ta haci desorden ria cu truck
E ex estudiante di School di Ofishi tambe cu e banderanan En futuro bapornan di carga cu
di Lago kende hunto cu Patricio Pas Federico Maduro Hefe di Lago Police G B Brook tin material abordo pa Lago cual por
ta studiando na e school di Pennsyl kende su departamento ta respon worde transports cu truck for di
vania ariba beca di un anja comple Ta Retira Juli 1 sable pa mantene e banderanan na Oranjestad pa San Nicolas lo atraca
tamente paga y duna door di Lago a Oficina Mayor y Portanan 1 G y 8 den haaf di Oranjestad Esaki a bira
exhibi e metodo pa calcula e peso ta reporta cu e bandera Holandes di
di
Frederico Maduro un welder helper posible pa medio di e facilidadnan
specif ico di producto di petioleo A den Shipyard ta bai retira tamanjo standard esta cuatro pa bunker cu e barge ta ofrece
instrument di ocho ta wanta dos te tres siman
Pa medio di labora- pia
Juli cu mas di 23 anja di servicio
torio duna door di e school y cu pro Sr Maduro cu ta nativo di Aruba Ta esey sol nan por wanta den e
ductonan di Esso duna door di un ta keda biba aki mes biento aki el ta bisa Nan ta bula Federico Maduro
Esso Dealer na Allentown Marciano 12 ora pa dia S4 ora pa siman y durante
Sr Maduro tabata emplea na 1930
metodo tur aki biento ta zuta To Retire July 1
a ilustra e desplazamento y como peon den Masons & Insulators e oranan
nan hydrometrico pa determina g Na 1937 el a transferi pa Pipe nan Di promer cos cu ta kibra ta e
specifico zom y anto nan ta cuminza torno Frederico Maduro a welder helper
peso Department des-
como peon y mas
E puntonan di Marciano durante e pues c anja ey el CORNELIUS ARTHUR an Esso Compania a test bandera tiaha di A in the Shipyard plans to retire
ultimo periodo di test a ponele ariba a bira pipefitter Dining Hall baker puts the last nylon pero a decidi pa no adopta July 1 with more than 23 years of
e lista di honor pero Patricio kende helper B fillip on one of the two calces he nan ora a resulta cu nan costa tres service A native of Aruba he does
tabata obliga di falta cuatro dia di Na 1940 el a baked for the wedding of Wesley ez mas tanto cu e bandera di panja not plan to leave the island
school pa causa di enfermedad no a transferi pa Ship Brown a cook who works with Mr mientras nan ta wanta solamente Mr Maduro was first employed in
logra di bini ariba e lista di honor pa dos vez mas tanto 1930 as a Masons and Insulators
IS- yaid unda el a tra Arthur and the former Miss Ver
falta di tres punto ha laborer Den un anja bukinan di Store laborer In 1937 he transferred as #
como na Hobson The black and fruit
E puntonan di Marciano tabata 94 B laborer A dry house ta munstra biento ta destrui laborer in the Pipe Department and
cakes cut at in
pa Ingles 91 pa historia 9G pa Alge dock helper B y were a reception 150 bandera Holandes na uso den re later that year became a pipefitter
the Mechanic
bra 96 pa reekmento general 93 pa Lodge fineria y den Lake Fleet unda 100 helper B
fisica 98 pa conducta y 75 pa educa dry dock helper A bandera Panameiio 75 Venezolano In 1940 he transferred to the Ship
cion fisico Puntonan di Patricio ta promer cu el a CORNELIUS ARTHUR un pana como 12 Americano Ingles Colom yard where he served as a laborer
bata 92 pa Ingles 88 pa historia 90 atene e lango na dero di Esso Dining Hall ta pone biano Cubano y di Republica Domi B laborer A dry dock helper B and
pa gcometrico 82 pa algebra 90 pa cual el ta bai re ultimo man ariba un di e dos bo nicano y seis di Hondureiio ta worde dry dock helper A before achieving
quimica general y 98 pa conducta F Maduro tira lonan gasta the grade at which he will retire
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WITH THE Noord helping the Colorado Point tows an obsolete barge A DECKHAND ands by with an axe ready to cleave the hawser if the THE SEA rushing through the dec
toward the sea where it will be scuttled some two miles from shore barge with holes cut in her deck starts to flounder too soon it starts its swift slide toward
CU REMOLCADOR Noord Yudando Colorado Point ta touw un barge UN MATROOS ta para cu un hacha cla pa corta e cabuya si e barge cu LAMAR yenando door di e bura
bieuw hiba afor unda esaki lo worde gezink como dos milla pafor di costa buraco corta den su dek cuminza zink mucho liher barge saak y cumir
A day wiih fi
0000 Winchester from No 4
Round the Clock Theij Shepherd Ships for Lago 0630 0920 Themistocles Esso Wilmington from from No s
1010 Iselin from sea to No 4
J 100 Caripito from dry docl
1200 Mission Santa Ana frorr
inn 1 1325 Fire drill No 4 Finger Pier
1340 Esso Cumberland from
t 1420 Polyglory from Gas Do
Tugboats a m 1 ? BC 1445 Thorbjorg from sea to
1720 Relaying message to pilot
1745 Julian from sea to No
1855 Esso Lynchburg from se
2325 Bia from sea to No I F
-i-HE HANDS of the Seth Thomas Capt Fernando put the wheel haid to to keep the tug against the bow Capt Fernando started the engines one night last March when
' clock on the bridge of the Colorado port and pushed the engine control explained what was about to happen of the Point as the crewmen began Point rescued 16 men who 1
Point stood at 157 when the forwaid The Point came about and Pointing to the Richmond he said winching in the starboaid mooring abandoned the Rio Tinto which \
telephone in the cabin off the bridge passed under the stern of the Richmond She just backs off and I shove her line Free aft the tanker started floundeiing 25 miles noith noitheast
rang which lay on the north side of bow around This is a simple job Our backing the length of the pier towing Aruba or the time the Point tov
Capt J B Fernando picked up the the No 4 Finger Pier then swung to toughest work is docking a super the Colorado Point the Dodecanese which had brol
receiver baiked Colorado Point staiboard and nosed up to the bow of tanker Theyre so deep you sec and By using the line the rudder and down near the Monkey Islands off
listened a moment and then hung up the Esso tanker theres so little water under their his engines the captain keeps his ship Columbian coast to Aruba
Weve got a job Lets go eh he Aboard the Richmond deeply keel close against the pier where the water The three tugs have also lesci
said to Engineer Frank Adams tanned sailors diessed in swimming Just then the radio telephone which is deepest Capt Fernando explained fishermen disabled miles from she
What ship is it captain Mr trunks which make a bikini bathing had been quietly buzzing came to life He cant start his engines though pulled ship jumping sailors from
Adams thiew over his shoulder as he suit look like a Mother Hubbard weie calling the Colorado Point Capt until the stern is clear of the pier haibor and put them back aboaid
disappeared below The Esso Rich taking in the gangway On the bow of Fernando answered and a dispatcher As the Richmond went astern the and helped search for fliers down
mond Capt Fernando called back the Point a deckhand stood with a in the control tower said the sailing steam winches hauled in moie and the Caribbean
above the lumble of starting engines weighted heaving line would be delayed The captains gone more line which the sailors sent In addition to its ship-to-shore ra
Deckhands cast off lines aft and Capt Fernando leaned through a ashoie to answer a phone call fiom snaking into a locker below As the telephone for work around the hail
forward and unhooked the telephone window of the bridge and asked a New Yoik the dispatcher repoited bow of the tanker cleared the end of the Colorado Point is equipped \\
connection as the 1020 horsepower Richmond sailor to take the line He Capt Fernando shut down the the pier the tankers whistle sounded a wireless sending and receiving
diesel electric power plant sent the complied hauled the line and an eight engine and the tug rode quietly once Capt Fernando replied and and a radio direction finder It
Point backing from the launch dock inch hawser through the port hawse rubbing gently against the Richmond moved the engine control forward also fitted with foam tanks connec
On the bridge Capt Fernando switched hole and fitted its loop about a bollaid Aboard the tanker three sailors The tug pushed the bow of the to fire fighting guns atop the t
on the radio telephone moved the The deckhand took up the slack who had been bending the mooring tanker slowly to staiboard and the In fire drills the Point has clea
wheel a quarter turn and adjusted the whipped the line about a bollard on lines around the forward winches ship headed for the East Entiance the dock in 90 seconds
engine contiol in its gleaming brass the forwaid section of the Point and stopped their work Once again the Richmonds whistle As Capt Fernando talked
housing signaled the captain that all was ready Still waiting the tugs deckhand sounded Capt Fernando leplied and telephone above his head rang ag
With the tug bow clear of the dock Capt Fernando alternating the engine went aboaid the Richmond retrieved centered the engine control A sailor Colorado Point he barked i r
listened and then hung Wc
up
his heaving line and clambered back crossed to the port bow of the Richmond
got a job Lets go eh Engin
over the manila fender which blankets and freed the hawser which
Adams was already disappear
the bow of the Point was pulled back aboaid the tug below
Those fenders used to last about a The tanker still swinging to star
year Capt Fernando commented board went ahead under its own
But Lou Marchena one of the bosuns power Avith the tug hovering some 50
suggested that we hang old tires outside yaids off the staiboard amidships At
the fenders It was a good idea the East Entrance Pilot Meenhorst
because that fenders been there 17 dropped into a waiting launch and the
IHBHv U7 jttwT jfr wLF JE -flllHJBJ wiXiM months and may be good for three Richmond headed for New York 12
hours to the minute after she enteied
years
Mr Maichena received Fls 380 from the harbor
the Coin Your Ideas committee for Capt Fernando aimed the Colorado
his suggestion Point for the launch dock and tied
Just then the captain of the Richmond up neatly The bridge clock read 259
R K Tod appeared at the Later relaxing in his cabin the
foot of the dock dressed in white captain explained the Point was
trousers and shirt and a straw hat built in 1941 for the United States
and to Lago in 1948 Of
Carrying some papers he stiode Navy came
quickly to the ship leaped the rail 184 gross tons it is 96 feet long 24
and hurried up to the bridge The feet in beam and carries a dayshift
sailors lounging on the bow came to crew of seven a ciew of five during
life and began to wrap the mooring the other shifts
lines around the winches High above With the Nooid and the soon-to-be-replaced
the Richmonds radar started slowly Delaplaine the Colorado
turning Point serves all ships but Lake
Minutes later J B Meenhorst senior Tankers entering or leaving San Nicolas CAPTAIN J B Fernando cons t '
Power plani . Tnpn nilot went aboard the Rich haibor The tugs operate round- Colorado Point from the afi
mond disappeared into the forwaid the clock helping the ships negotiate wheel Note holes in barge deel
SECOND Engineer James S Brown starts up the Colorado Points 12- the entrances and nudge them into
deckhouse and promptly reappeared on CAPTAN J B Fernando ta gi
1020 horsepower diesel which drives the electric generator for docking and sailing They
cylinder the starboard wing of the bridge A position Colorado Point for di e sti
SEGUNDA Maquinista James S Brown ta start Colorado Point su motor blast on the Richmonds whistle set also help the lakers in their movements atras Nota buraco den dek di
diesel di 12 cylindro 1020 forza di cabai cual ta move e generador elec- the sailors to winching the poit about the haibor barge
such
outside as
trico mooring line aboard At times they go
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weights one side of the barge and WAVES wash the barge deck and pour into the hold forcing air and mist WITH A final plume of air and vater the barge heads down An earlier
pttom come 100 fathoms away through the yet uncovered holes The chop speeded the sinking plan to fill the hold from fire hoses was cancelled by the rough sea
OLANAN laba ariba dek di ta drenta den forzando CU UN ultimo di aire ta bai abao Un anterior
den dele ta pone un banda di e ta e barge y e bodega pluma awa y e barge plan
k bai fondo di lamar aire y vapor door di e buraconan Movecion di olanan ta haci e sinkmento pa yena e bodega pa medio di hose di candela a worde cancela door di
mas liher lamar bruto
1 1
Point
r Pier to sea 0040
er No Pier 2 Finger North Pier to sea North 0955 0755 Nan ia yuda bapornan cu ia yega aki 24 ora di dia
r ner oourn I iuu
Jo 2 Butterworth Dock 1135
to No 4 Finger Pier North 1305
nite used hoses tested
) No I Reef Dock 1420
ea Gas 1445 Dock 1510 molcadorn an
de harbor 1745
jer Pier South 1855
via 2 Reef Dock 1950
Pier North 2400
iIJZER di e oloshi anba biug di Aboido di Richmond matioosnan tiie bieuw over di e fendeinan Tabata launch dock y a bolbe mara Oloshi cu e bapor Rio Tinto 25 milla nooid
JJ
n i r4 i Li
uiuiauu x unit muuia inaica kima door di solo bisti den caison di un bon idea pasobia awoi e fendei tabata munstia 259 oost di Aiuba of e biaha cu Coloiado
57 ora telefoon a ring den e cabina banjo tabata halando e tiapi aden nan tin 17 luna caba y podiser nan lo Mas despues sosegando den cabina Point a tow Dodecanese cual a
Capt J B Fernando a lamta e le- Ariba boeg di Colorado Point un por wanta ties anja e captan a splica cu Coloiado Point danja banda di Monki dilanti costa di
eptor a contesta Coloiado Point a matioos tabata paia cu un cabuya Sr Maichena a lecibi Fls 380 for tabata tiaha na 1941 pa United States Colombia pa Aiuba
cucha un momento y despues a ceira Capt Fernando a leun over di ben di Coin Your Ideas Committee pa su Navy y a bini Lago na 1948 Di 184 E ties remolcadornan tambe a
yega
telefoon Nos tin un job Laga nos tana di biug matioos idea ton 96 24 hancho
e y a puntra un e ta pia laigo pia di
scapa piscadoinan cu a peide cu
ai eh el a bisa Maquinista Fiank di Richmond tuma El Na aki di Richmond di siete du
vdams pa e linja a e momento captan y ta caiga un tiipulacion boto saca maiineionan cu a cai na
haci asina a hala e linja y un cabuya R K Tod a apaiece na punto lante waida di dia un tiipulacion di hiza aboido atiobe
awa nan
y y
Ta cual bapor captain Sr Adams I di ocho duim door di buiaco ban di waaf
e na bisti cu caison y camisa bianco cinco duiante otio waida yuda busca aviadoman den Caiibe
puntia mientras el a desapaiece da diechi y pasa e konopi lond di un y cu sombie di cabana Caigando Hunto cu Nooid y Delaplainc
bao Esso Richmond Capt Fernan- lugar di maia cabuya algun papel el a camna liher bai pa cu lo woide leemplaza pi onto Coloiado Ademas di su radio telefoon pa uso
o a contesta over di e boroto di motoi E matioos aboido di Coloiado lond di haaf Colorado Point ta car
salta rail subi siibi
e bapor e y a na biug Point ta tur bapor except o
an cu ta start Point tambe a maia e cabuya adilanti E matioosnan na e boeg a biia activo Lake Tankeis cu ta dienta of sali for ga un emisora y leceptora y un radio
Matioosnan ariba dek tabata los ca- di e lemolcador y a duna Capt Fei mes 01 a y a cuminza loia cabuya lond di haaf di San Nicolas E lemolcadoi diiection finder Tambe e tin tanki di
uya y desconecta e telefoon mientias nando tur tabata cla Fernando di foamite cu ta conecta cu un soito di
cu cos Capt e winch Den mastie radar di nan ta opeia binti cuatio oia pa dia
1020 hoisepower di e lemolcador a scopet ariba e lemolcador Den eher
manipulando Richmond cuminza diaai lenta den
cu e maquina pa a yudando e bapoman pasa e cntra
uminza pusha Coloiado Point candela Colorado Point
atras cicionan di
tene lemolcador boeg mente da den
e pega cu e a y pushando nan posicion pa
nba biug Capt Fernando a sintoniza splica kiko tabata bai a yega di sali for di haaf den 90 se
pasando Algun minuut despues J B Meen maia of sali Nan ta yuda e tanqueio
ladio telefoon move e wiel un cuarto Puntando na Richmond el a bisa hoist loods mayor na Lago a bai nan chikito tambe den nan moemento conde
ond y a ahusta contiol di e motor E ta back afor y mi ta pusha su boeg boido di Richmond desapaiece den e den haaf E remolcadornan ta traha Mientias Capt Fernando tabata pa
Cu boeg di e remolcador libio for di
aaf un banda Esaki ta un trabao simple cuaito adilanti anba dek y a leapaiece hunto pa maniobia cu tanqaeionan ho pia e telefoon a bolbe ling Colorado
Capt Fernando diaai
a e wiel Nos tiabao mas dificil ta pa atiaca pi onto na banda diechi di e brug Un pi grandi Point el a contesta El a scucha y
a banda lobez hala contiol di
a
y e un super tanker Nan ta asina hundo pitio di Richmond a haci e matioosnan Tin vez nan ta bai pafor manera un despues a pone e telefoon abao Nos
laquina adilanti Colorado Point
a bo ta mil a y tin asina poco awa bao cuminza hala cabuya aden cu anochi Maait pasa oia Coloiado tin un job Laga nos bai eh Ya
asa patias di Esso Richmond cual
nan kiel winch Point a salba 1G homber cu a peide Maquinista Adams a desapaiece abao
abata hancra na Finger Pier No 4
Net e oia e ladio telefoon cu henter Capt Fernando a stait maquina di
espues a zwaai pa su banda diechi y
ora tabata zona suavemente a bini na Colorado Point E tanqueio a cuminza
pega su nanishi contia boeg di
e
anqueio Esso bida y a cuminza yama Coloiado bai atias canto di e pier Coloiado
Point Capt Fernando a contesta y Point siguiendo
un despachador den tone di contiol a Usando e linja e stuur y su ma
bisa cu salida ta woide taida E captan quina e captan ta tene su baico pega
a bai teira pa contesta un yamada te cu e pier unda e awa ta mas hundo
lefonico for di Nueva York e despa Capt Fernando a splica Sinembaigo
chador a lepoita el no por stait su motor piomer cu e
Capt Fernando a paga e motoi y e atras ta liber for di e pier
j lemolcador a keda flota keto fiegando Mientias boeg di e tanqueio a laga
suavemente contia Richmond Aboido punto di e pier pitio di e bapor a le
di e tanker ties matioos cu tabata zona dos vez Capt Fernando a con ,
dobla e cabuyanan lond di e winchnan testa y a hala contiol di maquina adilanti
adilanti a stop cu e tiabao
Mientias ambos tabata waida legie- E remolcador a pusha boeg di e
so di e captan atencion di esnan tanker poco poco pa banda diechi y e
aboido a dal ariba un homber cu a bai co a coi lumbo pa Entiada Panba
apaiece anba tone di contiol aiiba Un vez mas pitio di Richmond a
Marine Office y a subi c mastie te zona Capt Fernando a contesta y a
como 100 pia den aiie Despues a le pone e control di maquina den centio
sulta cu tabata un inspector di segu Un matioos a tiavesa boeg di Richmond
ndad contiolando e luznan y spoitnan na banda diechi y a los e cabuya
di trapi cual a bolbe woide hala aden di
llilliiiHynl Ainda waidando un matioos di e e lemolcador
lemolcador a subi aboido di e tanker E tanqueio ainda moviendo pa
OVER THE ship-to-shore radio tel y a tiece su linja atiobe den e lemolcador stuurbooid a sigui anba su mes foiza
ephone Capt Fernando learns of pasando over di e fendeinan di cu e lemolcador kitando lentamente for
change in the tug s schedule manila cu ta cubii adilanti di Coloiado di dje Na Entiada Panba loods Meen Heading home
Point horst a baha den un boto cu tabata
E fendeinan QUARTERMASTER R M Josephia stores a bow hawser aboard the Point
antes tabata
wanta waida
ey Richmond
tabata camina
DOOR DI e radio telefoon di bar-co-pa-terra y na
Fernando mas of menos un anja Capt Fei pa New Yoik exactamente 12 oia after the tug helped the Esso Richmond get underway
de Capt di cambio ta ten nando a comenta Peio Lou Maiche despues cu el a dienta haaf KWARTIERMEESTER R M Josephia ta warda un cabuya abordo di Colorado
e na un bootsman a sugeii pa colga Capt Fernando a coi diieccion di Point despues cu e remolcador a yuda Esso Richmona sali
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AKUBA ESSO NEWS June 1954
Playground of ihe Americas
A Morning with Tourist Group
Today throughout the Caribbean delegates to the Caribbean Tourist newspaper through much of the
Association are back home putting into practice the policies formulated at morning looked up when the dele
the associations third annual meeting in Aruba last month gates applauded Mr Bartels then
Here is an account of a morning session of the conference at which some of went back to the news
these policies designed to promote the tourist trade as an economic bul While Mr Law was asking the
wark for the 21 member islands and countries were developed representatives what happened to a
12G query questionairre he had sent
For four days last month a group of 21 men and two women
out the waitresses appeared once
sat around a U shaped group of baize topped tables and discussed the more with trays this time bearing
work of the Caribbean Tourist Association colorful glasses of orange and
It was the third annual meeting of the organization which represents pineapple juice The pineapple juice
21 islands and countries in or bordering the Caribbean Sea in which was soon exhausted however and
the word tourist is synonymous the third tray carried only orange
with money Helm a representative of the associations Having received indifferent ans
These lands embracing much of advertising agency assured wers to his inquiry about the ques
the triangle between Aruba Puerto the group that advertisements pictur tianairre Mr Law surrendered the
Rico and Surinam have banded ing the Caribbean as a vacation pa floor to Mr Bartels who asked Mr
together to publicize the Caribbean radise were even then appearing in Helm how well the associations ad
as the playground of the Americas Venezuelan newspapers vertising covered the market Mr
Airlines and steamship companies The typewriter fell silent for a Helm replied it was hitting the travel
which serve the area are non voting noment as did sound of chattering agents pretty well and reaching
members of the group birds After deciding to invite Venezuela prospective tourists through the ALL APPETITE is this yellow frogfish found off Malmok by E F
The conference opened May 3 in the representatives fell to discussing columns of Holiday The New Wenglar of the Medical Department Described as all head body and
the Sociedad Bolivariana with a gree funds Mr Law pointed out Yorker and various newspapers appetite it is the most voracious of surface fishes
ting from Lt Gov Dr L C Kwartsz they could tell their governments Mr Law interrupted for a moment
The balance of the first day was that since the birth of the association to read cables sent the previous night SOLAMENTE APETITO e pisca dori geel aki ta E F Wenglar di
given over largely to preliminary more tourists than ever to Trinidad and Tobago which Medical Department a hayele den lamar na Malmok E animal aki cu a
affairs The next morning the conferees have been coming to the Caribbean dropped out of the association in yega di worde descirbf como solamente cabez curpa y apetito ta un
really got down to work and that membership in the associa 1952 The cables expressed the di e clasenan di pisca di mas golos cu tin
The men shed their jackets and tion was worth every penny it cost groups regrets that these two
opened bulging briefcases while the At this point the floor was given islands once the cradle of the
ladies stripped off their gloves and to Henry Utell a representative of association had not rejoined Pisca
arranged papers and pencils All sat I the Caribbean Hotel Association Cold Water Aqua Lunger Siranjo
down as Ernst Bartels head of the After assuring everyone that he
As Mr Law read on the waitresses
Turns Tables A Worde Cohe
Aruba Tourist Bureau and chairman would urge the hotel group to become reappeared with glasses of cold
of the conference called the session an affiliated member he offered
to order the delegates some advice water and took away the empties On Frogfish Cerca di Malmok
Mr Bartels then took over the
With the first point of business He urged them to go after the
reading chore and delivered
a message
under a box of cigars was han United States Canadian and Venezuelan
way from members of the Womens E F Wenglar a Dispensary E F Wenglar un enfermero na
ded about The ladies declined as did tourists through so called
Club They urged the delegates to male nurse and aqua lung hobbyist Dispensary y un aficionado di
one man who took a full box from package tours which set up a lump
get in the mood before visiting was diving in the sea off Malmok aqualung tabata sambuya den la
his briefcase selected a plump one sum for a round trip exclusive of
their flower show that afternoon at one day last month when he found mar na Malmok un dia luna pasa
and lighted up shopping and incidental expenses
The smoke from cigars and ciga He added that the tourist group the Esso Club Imagine yourself in a grayish yellow hump backed ora el a haya un bestia color geel
rettes wafted through the sunlight would be well advised to try to establish Aruba a long time ago the message creature about eight inches long shinishi cu lomba halto y como
which streamed through the windows a permit good for admission to began waddling around the bottom ocho duim largo paseando ariba
and lighted the soft pink and green all countries represented by the The conference next launched into He was a friendly little thing fondo di lamar
25 minute discussion constitu .
of
decore of the meeting hall Flags association a a Didnt seem to mind at all when I E tabata un bestia manso E no
representing the member countries Coffee and Cookies tional amendment on whether asso picked him up Mr Wenglar recalled a haci caso mes ora mi a cogele
swung slowly in the moining breeze The waitresses appeared again ciate or affiliated members may When I got him near the surface Sr Wenglar a conta Ora mi a
From a sideroom came the staccato this time bearing coffee and cookies not or shall not vote he shot out two jets of water and trecele ariba awa el a saca dos
of trans Mr Bartels declared 10 minute recess The shalls won out much to the that all
a typewriter as a secretary a was stz oom di awa y esey tabata tur
cribed her notes while another secre and the delegates immediately satisfaction of one delegate who celebrated According to a book by Dr William Segun un buki scirbi door di Dr
taiy seated at a table in the started comparing their respective the victory by lighting a Beebe American naturalist Mr William Beebe famoso naturalista
middle of the U raced with the travel folders A British Overseas cigarette in a cigarette holder pipe Wenglar had found a semi rare fish Americano Sr
Wenglar a haya un
delegates to take down what they Airways Corp observer fell into shaped which is something of a Judas within pisca stranjo cual ta manera un sorto
weie saying conversation with the delegate from In the midst of a discussion of the its own ranks a fish which fishes di Judas den su categoria un pisca
Tailors in Antigoa St Vincent while a KLM man next topic whether the Dominican for other fish cu ta pisca otro pisca
They were discussing the impor button holed an observer from Cuba Republics intended resignation was This finny Izaak Walton is a member
E pisca stranjo aki ta miembro di
tance of having good tailors in Anti Mr Helm the advertising man in keeping with the terms of constitution of what has been called the
e familia di pisca Anzuelero di
goa to attract clothes concious Venezuelans went around taking color photographs a delegate hurried out and Angler family of fishes of which
cual Dr Beebe a descubri nuebe
As they talked two waitresses of the delegates Some of the returned a few minutes later with Dr Beebe found nine species in the
clase den Caribe Tur tin un cos
appeared and set down a glass men wandered into a sideroom where another man Caribbean All have one thing in
tremende
aparecido un apetito
of cold water beside the souvenir a showing of Aruban art was set up They strode to the head table common tremendous appetites
y ta worde considera di mas golos
ashtrays in front of each delegate on two pool tables and two ping where the new comer E F H de and are considered the most voracious den
entre e piscanan cu no ta biba
Some enterprising agent had supplied pong tables Vriendt an executive of the Carib of surface fishes awa hundo
coasters hailing the excellence With the session back in business bean Commission was introduced Mr Wenglars find is called a
E bestia cu Sr Wenglar a haya
of Queen Anne Scotch Mr Bartels gave a short address Everyone but the ladies stood while yellow frogfish one of the strangest
pisca dori geel un di e pisca
With L S Law executive director whose theme was that the Caribbean a chair was placed at the chairmans creatures in the Caribbean Its yama
nan mas stranjo den Caribe Su
of the association guiding the discussion can become shall become the table for Mr de Vriendt then all sat mottled skin is stretched over a triangular-shaped
cuero mancha ta ariba un cur
the question of inviting playground of the Americas One down to go on with the work of the body which has a pasa
di forma triangular cual na un
Venezuela to join was raised H B observer who had been reading a association until lunchtime broad flat tail at one end and a pa
banda ta caba den un rabo hancho
cavernous mouth at the other
y plat y na otro banda den un boca
From a point between its eyes
rises an antenna like stem tipped manera un cueba
Bendi
Esso Providence Worde
a J with a glowing phosphorescent ball For di un punto entre su wowonan
ta sali un steel manera un antenna
.' Blending into the rocky mudstreaked
Prome Bapor Drenta Haaf Aki bottom the frogfish lies motionless cu un bolito phosphorescente na pun
cu a ta Sintando ariba fondo di lamar
while frantically wiggling its antenna
cual ta tapa su color e pisca ta keda
and
glowing tip
E tanquero Esso Providence a drenta haaf di San Nicolas Mei 18 yama segun un otro campo di azeta Other fish attracted by the flash hunga bai bini cu e antenna y su
y a sali Mei 22 Mientras e tabata den haaf e tanquero a cambia donjo na Mexico a cuminza mantene un ing lure swim up to investigate The punta brillante
nomber y destino servicio di dos viaje pa luna entre frogfish opens its mouth and swal E piscanan di familia Anzuelero
Aruba Estados Unidos di worde descirbi solamente
y lows them a yega como
Esso Providence tabata traha na 1921 door di Sun Ship Building
E bapornan aki di 100000 tonelada The Anglers have been described cabez curpa y apetito Nar
Pa Oil Co cual
& Dry Dock Co di Chester pa Union a pone su nom
tabata yega aki cu personal y her as all head body and appetite ta asina golos cu dos di nan no por
ber Cerro Azul Su promer viaje
ment pa e stacion y despues pa refi They are so voracious that two cannot biba den e mes aquarium sin cu un
Mexico unda el
tabata pa Tampico E bapor yama segun e poos tabata neria y tabata sali cu carga di crudo be kept in the same aquarium come otro
tabata carga azeta preto na uso seis anja ora el a worde or Venezolano without one swallowing the other E pisca aki ta deriva su nomber
E bapor a worde yama segun un dena pa bai e stacion di translada Na 1940 Panama Transport Co un The frogfish gets its name from for di su aparecido como un dori E
di e poosnan di azeta mas famoso na mento di Standard Oil Co di Indiana
its to tailed No ta landador su finnan
afiliado di Standard Oil Co NJ appearance a frog no un gran
Mexico Na 1910 Huasteca Petroleum na Aruba E tempo net compania a cambia great swimmer its pelvic fins are di rabo ta chikito pero su finnan di
a e bapor a su nomber
cumpra y
di Mexican Petroleum
Co un subsidiario caba di corta un apertura door di un Esso Providence small but its pectoral fins looking pecho cu ta casi mescos cu pia
Co di California cu a explora rif cu parcialmente tabata blokea pa something like webbed feet are di dori ta basta gi andi y ta worde
e promer poosnan di mayor producti haaf di San Nicolas y tabata cla pa Ora Guerra Mundial II a cuminza relatively large and are used as legs usa como pia Cu e finnan aki e pisca
vidad na Mexico a cuminza coba den acomoda tanqucronan di oceano Esso Providence a drenta servicio With these fins the fish can cling ta tene na obhetonan firme mientras
de la Pez zuid militar Na December 1943 e tabata
cercania di Cerro pa Cerro Azul di
un e tanqueronan to stationery objects while fishing e ta pisca
nabegando canto di costa di Italia cu
di Tampico mas grandi nabegando e tempo ey a
Su promer exito tabata Juan Ca para na Oranjestad pa tuma abordo un carga di combustible pa United
sbno No 7 e promer poos coriente Gezaghebber J F Quast y otro figu States Navy ora un bombero Aleman di e bapor for di Panama Transport di Captan W S Stewart e symbolo
tira tanki No 7 a traha un entre Aruba Amuay di Esso ariba e schoorsteen a worde
controla cu exito na Mexico Na ranan prominente di e isla E bapor a su y y a usele y
Februari 191G e compania a explora a sigui pa San Nicolas y tabata di buraco atras banda robez Lago Maracaibo y Costa Oriental di tapa cu verf e nomber di Esso Pro
Cerro Azul No 4 un poos di cual un promer tanquero di oceano pa dren E bapor a drenta Gibraltar unda Estados Unidos vidence a worde kita for di adilanti
a certifica cu ta corre ta door di e Entrada Pariba E fecha nan a drechele temporariamente y Haci inadecuado door di bapornan y reemplaza pa Lisbeth y e bapor
300000 geologista barril pa dia segun diario di e gezaghebber di e despues el a sigui pa Baltimore Md nobo mas grandi y mas rapido Esso a sali cu un carga di combustible pa
di Mexico a haci un ya tempo tabata November 1G 1927 unda el a worde poni na condicion Providence a worde bendi Mei 18 Islanan Azores
Gobiemo ehercito yuda e compania Cerro Azul y un otro bapor di atrobe na Industrial Machine Corp di NY For di aya e lo sigui pa Inglaterra
pa
mada na su
bieuw
controla e poos aki mes clase Cerro Ebano cual tabata Na 1948 Lago a tuma sub gerencia Captan H F Byng a tuma over for pa worde desarmd como hero
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AKURA ESSO NEWS
June 5 19o4
Gravesande Lo Bai Sport Park Cricket
-Shell
LVS Dianan Liber
Spori Park To Open
Baseball This Month Lebanon Valley College Di Desgracia Mas Matches Will Open Today
Otro September
Halto di Tur
The Lago Sport Park will open Tiempo
rts baseball season this month James R Gravesande un di e dos The Lago Sport Park Boaid de Couteau M Grant E Alkins L
with play scheduled in three lea mucha hombernan cu a bai Estados Seguridad ta florece den Lago Vocational announced last week the names of Mcndez M John and A Perrotte
gues Teams interested in partici Unidos anja pasa pa studia ariba School Siete grupo di studiante the cricket players who will appear The selections were made from a
pating in A B or Junior cuenta di Lago lo bolbe pa Estados diariamente ta agrega dianan for the Sport Park in two matches group of players who competed in the
competition should register with Unidos na September pa dienta Lebanon record di with a Shell Sports Association team Sport Parks annual cricket competition
liber di desgracia
na nan
the Lago Sport Park Boaid by Valley College Annville Pa from Curacao today tomorrow and and who were invited to try
June 15 E anterior studiante di school di seguridad cu ya a surpasa 100 dia Monday out for the teams
ofishi na Lago kende hunto cu Do pa studiantenan di promer anja y 150 Representing the Sport Park in a Last year the Sport Park team
minico Quandt a recibi un beca com dia pa studiantenan di segunda y ter one day colts match today at the playing the Shell side on its home
SERVICE AWARDS pleto di estudio pa un anja na Allen ccr anja Sport Park will be R McLean cap pitch took the colts match and drew
town High School na 1952 awor ta April 18 y April 28 e studiantenan tain A Clouden M Dalrympe J the two day test match As in years
un emplcado den laboratorio di Technical di piomer anja di 53 B y 53 A a al Hodge K Perrotte Clifford Matt past the teams will be competing for
20 Year Buttons Service Department canza di 100 dia consccutivo di trabao hews W Shockness L Krind G the Crown Life Trophy
El lo ta di promer studiante di e sin ningun desgracia industrial di Daniel D Williams and F Cranston Last night players from both
Abraham A does school di ofishi di Lago cu ta bai haci cualkier forma Ambos grupo ainda | Representing the Sport Paik in a groups were scheduled to meet in
Rec & Ship Wharves un esfuerzo pa obtene un grado uni ta agregando dianan liber di desgra two day test match tomorrow and ping pong and billiards and this
Jan Hendrik Rasmijn versitario E piomcr dos anja el ta cia na nan lecoid April 14 grupo Monday will be G Scaley captain afternoon are slated to play tennis
Catalytic & Light Ends pasa na Lebanon Valley y e siguiente nan 1 52 2 52 y 2 51 a pasa di 150 G Straughn K Worrell O Hill L
Dominico L Dijkhoff ties anja na Universidad di Pennsyl dia consecutivo di trabao sin desgracia A son Servacio Cornells
Catalytic & Light Ends vania na Philadelphia Gruponan 4 51 y 3 52 tambe a NEW ARRIVALS CHRISTIAANS Marcelino Mech ripe
A son Jacintho Marianus
Lionel A Leonard Stewards Si e completa e cinco anjanan di pasa e marca di 150 dia Mei 19 y VAN DER LINDEN Jose Clacking Plant
Marcelo Maduro estudio cu exito cl ta obtene un gra Mei 21 respectivamente E gruponan May 14 A daughter Dolores Mariana
Industrial Relations Dept do di bachiller di ciencia den Inge aki ta tratando pa alcanza 200 dia WILLIAM A son Mario John Lucian V Mech Garage DAMIAN Emilio Julio Eugenio Cracking Plant A son
Theodore Ponson Marine Dcpaitment nieria Quimico for di Pennsylvania consecutivo liber di desgracia loke ADAM Joseph Mech Yard A daugh May 23
Alfonso Quandus Mech Welding y un grado di bachiller for di Lebanon nunca antes a logra ningun grupo ter Mina Wilhelmina May 15 BRIESEN A daughter Benedicto Eileen -Electa Mech Garage
Maximo Geerman Mech Garage Valley den Lago Vocational School nOEiaiOUDT Alberto Mech Welding ROOS Simon G Cat & Lt Ens
Ciriaco Maduro Mech Welding El tabata acepta tambe na Ly Ya un record nobo di seguridad a DRANHAM A daughter Janes Gloiia S Mech Machine HO A SAM daughter SOOI Lucia Frank Sahiina- TSD Lab No 2-
Cipriano Croes Mech Garage coming College na Williamsport Pa woide estableci caba E studiantenan A son James Samuel Jr A son Michael Steve
i Justiniano van der Biezen TROMP Seiapio Drydock A daughter May 26
New Mexico Institute of Mines and sinjando y trahando cu extiemo Marianita DE ABREU Richard Clacking Plant
Mech Garage Technology na Socorro N Mex y cuidao a establece un recoid di ties CHARLES James Mech Mason A son A son Russell Anthony
Jan S Croes Mech Garage Hastings College na Hastings Neb luna consecutivo sin ningun desgracia Maxwell Adolphus 17
Andrew Wetherbee Colony Service na ningun studiante MYERS John W May- Accounting A son
Adolfo Halpert Mech Instrument Giegory Neil
Alvin E Jap Sam Mech Adm Max Jessurun ta e consehero di seguridad
TRADL Henflih I
William D Orr Process Cat & LE Dorodine C Flemming Laundry Accounting A daugh British Consulate
Cada grupo tin dos monitor ter Marlene Judith
Irenius H Kruythoff Commissary
Matthew W Farrell Mech Yaid May 18
Vcnneschicd V Granger Laundry di seguridad cu tin como trabao pa JOSEPH Marcus Lago Police A son Hours Changed
Simon A Peters Rec & Ship
den Wilbeit St Clair
Clive H Comissiong Acid & Edel promove seguridad nan respecti
10 Year Buttons
Serapio I Tromp Cat & L E vo gruponan Monitornan di seguridad ARENDS Jan N May- LOF 19 A son Ernand The British Consulate will be
Lloyd F I Stafford Stewards
ta 53 A Jan Marianus for the transaction of business
Trances L Davis Executive Office Oswald L Peterson Acid & Edeleanu pa e siete gruponan open
Simplicio Koolman Mech Paint Raymond F Lawrence Cracking Sonny Harms y Mario Hanson 53 B ZAMDRANO Rafael May A 20 Industrial from 8 am to 1 pm Monday
Rela
Paul Mech Col Maint Francisco Romero Utilities
Augustine Lewis A Williams Mech Carpenter Stephen Belfon Shipyard Betrando de Cuba y Mario Arends tions A daughter Estrella Elizabeth through Friday and from 8 am
Elias John Mech Yard Hoentley McLeod Shipyaid 1 52 Simon Webb y Julio de Cuba May 21 to noon Saturday until further
PONSON Carel B Cat
& Lt Ends
-
Violenus Mech John M
Cyril A Welding Halley Shipyaid
Jacobo Ras Mech Pipe Charles M Rumnit Mech -Mason & Insul 2 52 Jose Donata y Simon Kelly A daughter Ingrid Mildred notice
Charles A V Coker Mech Garage Joseph Primus Mech Pipe 3 52 Rafael de Cuba y Agapito VIJBER Rudi L Mech Electrical The consulate will be closed
Gabriel H Mech Yard D Mech A daughter
Joseph Eligio Tromp Electrical
Kock 2 51 Hernandez S STODDARD Howard O Mech Electrical Sundays and designated
Morril Clouden Mech Col Maint Jacobo Maduro Mech Electiical Isayas y public
Jacobo A Richardson Mech Instrument Clarence Noel Mech Taint Oduber y 4 51 John Hirshfeld y A daughter Debra Ann holidays
Altinus Joseph Mech Garage Stella S Thomas Mech Admin May 22
James N Simon Mech Pipe James H Lloyd Tiocess Utilties Calisto Henriquez GEERMAN Floriano Mech Mason
MlflJHllkllWH ffrfWyrHT n } L SIB PH
3
The Indians are on the warpath And this time it looks as if they mean
to wield their tomahawk right through the American League The pennant
starved Cleveland Indians their only flags coming in 1920 and 1948
this year hope to upset the favored Yankees and walk off with the league
i scalp Last year they were second best to the Yankees
On paper they have the warriors to do it Heading the list is Al Rosen
who last year won the leagues Most Valuable Player award He led the
league in home runs luns batted in and slugging percentage with 43 145 Manager Al Lopez
w and 613 His 1953 batting average of 330 was only one point less than Chief of rampaging Cleveland
jr V 7 T '
Mickey Vernon who copped the batting crown Other power hitters who tribe
supply drive to Clevelands offense are Larry Doby Harry Simpson Jim
Hegan and Rudy Regalado
On the mound the Indians have a
formidable threesome in Bob Lemon
Mike Garcia and Early Wynn This
trio gained credit for 56 of Clevelands SKSStijwsSEsHjssfiS iSsiB
92 wins last year Behind these
three arc Bob Feller who for years
Al Rosen Larry Doby
Clevelands outstanding hurler
was
Infielder bats and throws right Outfielder bats left throws right
and Art Houtteman
29 5 foot 10 185 145 RBI For the past few years the Indians 29 6 foot I 182 102 RBI 263
336 avg on paper have always looked like the avg
team to beat On the field it was a
different story however This year
they have given indications of also
being the team to beat on the field
They recently put together a string ^*'+'
of 11 straight victories and as of Mike Garcia Early Wynn
May 30 had racked up 14 straight Pitcher bats either side throws
Pitcher
bats and throws right 30
victories at home The tomahwak is
34 6 feet 195 17
sharp now Will it be at the comple 6 foot I 200 won 18 lost 9 right lost 12 won
tion of 154 games
H JkV sJm9Kl
& if &*& v
\ s J ^
i tec MTBnnHMHiul
Jim Hegan Bobby Avila Bob Feller
Bob Lemon Catcher bats and throws right Infielder bats and throws right Pitcher bats and throws right Harry Simpson
Ptcher baK left throws right 33 6 foot 2 195 37 RBI 217 27 5 foot 10 175 55 RBI 286 35 6 foot I 185 won 10 lost 7 Outfielder bats left throws right
33 6 feet 185 won 21 lost 15 avg avg last reason 28 6 foot I 175 22 RBI 227
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AKUBA ESSO NEWS
June 5 1954
f Began in Frankfurt
How Sausages Turned
nto Ymm Hot Dogs
Hans the butcher had a busy day
before him He looked at the meat
that had to be converted into
sausages In Frankfurt Germany
100 years ago a butcher shop had to
provide many kinds of spiced and
smoked sausages to please its customers
But Hans was tired of making the
same old rolls of sausage He won
dered if German housefraus were not
tired also of cooking the same old
thing
He shook his finger at Schnoikel
his pet Dachshund who sat expect
antly on the sawdust floor of the
butcher shop This morning we will
make something different To be
sure we will make all the old kind
of sausages first Then we will make
a new one
Schnorkel barked with enthusiasm
He was a smart dog who well knew
that sausage making day provided a
HIGHLIGHT of the Lago Club May Day festivities CULMINACION di e festividadnan na Lago Club Mei greedy little dog with many choice
famous Who
knows
May 16 was the crowning of Queen Elizabeth De Vries 16 tabata coronamento di Reina Elizabeth de Vries bites Let me see I
shall
The pert little queens court includes left to right Roy Corte di e reina chikito ta inclui robez pa drechi Roy new Ah then you are his in master favor of asked the is made call in it a our frankfurter town of Frankfurt because it
Vieira Indrani Lall Meagan Kalloo Ciciel Fortain Vieira Indrani Lall Meagan Kallo Ciciel Fortain sausage Now I must stuff the into
When it is ready I will give you a sausage
Cheryl Alleyne Jane Marcas and Edna Tromp Cheryl Alleyne Jane Marcas y Edna Tromp taste and then you shall give me casings Wait I have a wonderful
your opinion idea
Kite Flying Ancient In Honor of a Dog Hans stuffed the sausage meat into
Hans the butcher went to woik small casings and tied them off into
Chinese Passtime short links Look
Schnorkel he
He boiled choice beef with a new
Kite flying is a sport that dates selection of spices Then he chopped laughed This new sausage shall be
far into the history of China For the meat into bits He stirred and shaped just like you
hundreds of years entire Chinese tasted It was good Remembering The Dachshund barked loudly as if
he the
honor
accepted
families mothers and fathers included his promise to his pet he threw a
mmfmJmmu 1 i guided large multi colored morsel to Schnorkel who was still The new sausage did become po
kites through the skies But while the under foot in the shop pular with German housewives When
How do like this the frankfurter was introduced into
majority of kites we see in Aruba are you new sausage
diamond shaped the Chinese kites hein the butcher asked the United States however it really
For Something New in Kites are of many designs ranging from Schnorkel gobbled Then he barked found its place in the world for here
sprawling lizards and wiggly spiders loudly Then he managed to arrange some six and a third billion are
to flowers and insects his funny long body and short legs consumed annually
make hi kite BiR6
a f Lying As far as size is concerned it is into a sitting position He begged The name frankfurter is still used
to politely but the most popular name for the
common see youngsters on a
Kite birds are flying in Aruba Necessary materials are brown
Hans the butcher laughed and that concocted
countryside in China skillfully man sausage was in honor
wrapping paper thread twine glue a knife for whittling down any euvering kites that are 30 feet long threw him another bite Then you of a little Dachshund is now the
wood thick for balance sticks made preferably of white pine a
too or measure six to seven feet from approve This sausage may make us hot dog
pair of scissors poster color paints and waxed paper wing to wing The Chinese also use
Follow the drawing while reading the instructions bamboo sticks with holes in them to '
Nobo Den
Three stick kite bird The main give their kites whistling sounds Algo
and should be a strong string every lz incnes
stick is 36 inches long Kites werent always playthings
one quarter inch thick This 36 inch Attach the tail string with glue and They were invented about 400 BC Trahamento di Vlie
The of the tail will
stick is A and should be placed string length In ancient China and Korea they
vertically upon the work table Eight depend upon the air resistance so it were used by armies to carry cables Awor ta tempo di vlie na Aruba Material cu bo tin mester pa traha
inches from the top lay a 30 inch is impossible to say whether it across rivers and ravines so that
clase di vlie aki ta cuchiw bo
e papel pa plak linja lijm un pa pareha
should be 10 feet or 12 Extra tail
stick of the same width in thickness soldiers could follow
should always be held in reserve in e latanan lata sker waterverf y papel di was
B
This is B Center correctly on
A measuring the distance accurately case it is needed on tne Held rately Glue and thread into position Sigui e prenchi mientras bo ta leza e direccionnan
When you have the exact center Two stick kite Those who do not Tie the sticks and draw the string Vlie di parja E lata mas largo mester ta 36 inch largo y un cuarto
then bind with want to bother with the extra effoit taut Slip the string into the notches inch diki Esaki ta A y mester wor-
glue sparingly
thread to hold into place Six inches in shaping the picture wire can make starting at the top If your picture de ponf verticalmente ariba e mesa di vlecht of panja bieuw Largura di e
rabo di
ta ariba resistencia
from the bottom of A place hori a simple two stick kite You can use bird is ready and painted place it trabao Ocho inch for di su punta ari depende
aire asina bisa bo
zontally a 12 inch stick this is C the same one-quarter-inch width in on the frame and paste The biidle ba pone un lata di 30 inch di lar cu no por cuanto
bai
C should be the same thickness as the two stick kite and you can make has two strings one attached to the gura y mes diki cu di promer Esaki ta tin mester Sinembargo per
bo tin di
A and B For the round head and it smaller than the three stick long stick and one to the cross stick ta B Centro B exactamente ari cura pa semper un reserva
rabo si bo tin
the top of the wings use picture making your long stick 26 inches and Attach your string 12 inches from ba A midiendo e distancia cu cui na di man por acaso
wire bending it into two curved the cross stick 22 inches Notch the the kite to the bridle You can if dao Ora bo a haya e centro marele mester dje
Vlie di Esnan kier tu
peaks for the wings The picture ends of the cross stick and long you wish add tail feathers of crepe Seis inch for di punta di A cruza cruz cu no
tur molester traha
wire is D Wind D securely on stick Place your cross stick 7Vi paper and a crest of the same un lata di 12 inch cu ta mes diki cu ma e pa cu waya
traha vlie di E
both A and B watching your inches from the top centering accu- material A y B Pa e cabez rondo y e ha por un simple cruz
latanan mester ta diki
mes cu pa e
lanan usa waya fini E waya fini ta
proper balance weight vlie bo haciele
promer pero por mas
marca ariba e prenchi como D
Lay the completed frame upon t
chikito si bo kier Coi por ehemplo
Mara D bon duro na A y B
your wrapping paper and trace your 3 ercx wre un lata di 26 inch y uno di 22 inch
teniendo cuidao bo mantene ba
POTTBD LMS
inch p pa
bird pattern leaving a good one j Pone e lata mas chikito li inch for
JKT' 1 oX / fCTU- WfiS- lanza propio
margin from the picture to fold over di punta ariba di e lata grandi
Pone e curpa completa ariba bo
on the frame later Marele bon Pasa linja rond des
papel di plak y corta rond di dje la y
Doing the Face pues plake E torn tin dos linja un
gando como un inch na banda pa do
The Kite bird is supposed to look
mara na e lata grandi uno na e chi
like a hawk having dark red eyes bla kito Mara bo linja 12 inch for di e
and black hooked bill The head Trahando c Cara
a vlie pa e torn Si bo kier bo por traha
neck and lower the E parja mester sali manera un
parts are gray pluma di rabo of fronchi pa e parja
wings deep black the legs scarlet valk cu wowo corra scur y un pick usando papel crepe
The eyes will look more realistic if preto dobla E cabez nek y partinan
they are cut out and waxed paper abao ta shinishi e halanan preto e
circles pasted over the back This pianan roos E wowonan ta parece
waxed paper should be red Now mas realistico si nan worde corta A9EBALt
affix waxed paper pupils colored afor y papel di was woule geplak
black in the front Let the paint dry banda atras E papel di was mester k lilZ
thoroughly and then press the one ta corra Awor pone papel di was mz VtL i m**
inch margin over your frame and pinta preto adilanti pa e popchi di mn Jk
glue thin and evenly If you are using wowo Laga e wateiverf seka com
liquid glue be sure to diluted it with nleto v desnues caba di plak Si bo I SL M
warm water for the paper This is ta usa lym liquido percura pa kita
to guard against any excess weight loke cu keda ariba e papel cu un
> You will need two strings for the panja cu poco awa caliente Esaki ta Q Only seven players have racked
bridle one string on A the other pa kita peso exceso up a total of 3000 hits in the history
string on B Bring both strings Bo tin mester di dos linja pa e torn of modern baseball yet two brothers
together at the top center point of un linja ariba A y uno ariba B once achieved the remarkable combined
Trece tur dos hunto den centro ariba total of more than 5000 hits
in the string
the kite Take a loop
the distance from the kite to the di e vlie Tira un konopi den e linja Can you name these brothers
so
knot will be about 13 inches The tail asina cu e distancia for di e vlie pa A Paul and Lloyd Waner as teammates
of 13 inch on Pittsburghs Pirates made
of e konopi ta mas menos
be made of scraps paper
may doubled in narrow folds and tied to E rabo por worde traha di papel ge- 3152 and 2459 hits respectively


Headed for Bone- Yard





Esso Providence’ paints out the Esso

A SAILOR aboard the former

house symbol on the ship which was sold and renamed the ''Lisbeth’’ for
one more voyage — to a ‘boneyard’ in England.

N MATROOS abordo di e anterior '
ma di Esso ariba e bapor cual tabat

olo viaje mas — pa un empresa a

U Esso Providence'’ ta tapa e em-
bl bendi y yama "'Lisbeth’' pa haci

i desarmacion na Inglaterra.





fess

VOL. 15, No. 12

Esso News Increased
At Gates 1 and 6 Given Promotions

Beginning with this issue, the num- Seven employe have been pro-
ber of copies of the Aruba Esso News | moted. They are Walter D. Huffman,

Seven Employees







at Gates 1 and 6 will be increased to| Jean I. Minton, Garth E. Viele,
sufficiently cover employees leaving|Gerardus Smit, Cecil Drake, Robert
at noon the day of distribution as well) MacMillan and Clarence D. Sexton.
as that afternoon and the following Mr. Huffman was promoted from



day. shift foreman to process foreman in

Catalytic and Light Ends; Mr. Min-



In order to accommodate employees

on the 12 to 8 shift, copies of the|ton from C&LE operator to fire
Esso News will be placed in the gate| equipment maintenance foreman in
house of Gate 6. Employees leaving | Proc Utilities; Mr. Viele from



at 8 a.m. the day following distribu-
tion may pull into the Gate 6 parking
ar



foreman to assistant division
in C&LE; Mr. Smit
from operator to assistant shift fore-
man in C&LE; Mr. Drake from fore-
Mechanical

pre
superintendent





nd pick up their copies in the
gate house. The patrolman stationed
at Gate 6 will not hand out the Aru-



man to zone foreman



in
ba Esso News to shift workers leay-|— Electrical; Mr. MacMillan from
ing at 8 a.m. zone foreman — Electrical to assis-

The Aruba Esso News will also be
available at Gate 6 for shift
shift workers will
have to park their cars and pick up

tant zone supervisor in Mechanical —
Field Coordination Mr. Sexton
from engineer A to assistant super-

other and

' groups.

Again,

vising engineer —

field engineering



their copies in the gate house. in the Technical Service Department.

Additional copies will also be| Mr. Huffman was first employed in
Placed a Gate 1 for shift workers| 1934 as an operator third-class in the
leaving the afternoon of distribution| Pressure Stills, was promoted to

or following day through that exit. (Continued on page

2)

Bradshaw, Thompson a Gana Fs.

Lisle Bradshaw, un subforeman di welding den Shipyard, a pusha
Suma di un idea cu el a manda aden anja pasa te Fs. 1500 na fin di
luna pasa ora el a gana e premio mayor di CYI pa supervisors.

Na Maart 1953 Sr. Bradshaw a recibi Fl 900 pa linea di aire
pont pa e dolphinnan di reparacion den haaf pa reempl



worde
aza compresor-





nan cu ta worde hiba afor ariba e
| pores di welding, Ganador di e segunda premio di
| sapornan cu tin algo di drecha ta| F 500 den Cl II tabata A.





mara na e dolphinnan pa scapa lu-| Thompson, un

Ideas Com- | Sr

foreman na Gat age



gar di mara. Coin Your hompson a nota cu e drain pans
eee a reporta cu e sugerencia di|bao crank-case di e ’straddle-trucks’

r. Bradshaw ta scapa tempo, tra-| tabata na peligro pa worde gekraak
bao y material y a dune’le e premio|ora e truck worde carga demasiado.
grandi durante un ceremonia cortico Despues cu otro medionan protec-
Mei 21 den Oficina Mayor, tivo a fracz ;









sa, Sr. Thompson a devisa

rn eee

"Esso Providence’ Making

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

Last Voyage

The "Esso Providence” sailed
into San Nicolas harbor May 18
and out again Mz While in
port the tanker changed its owners
name and destiny.









The Providence” was built in 1921
by the Sun Ship ulding and Dry
Dock Co. of Chester, Pa., for the |
Union Oil Co. which named it the

















"Cerro A s maiden voyage
the "Azul” tr ed to Tampico,
Mexico, where became a black oil
carrier.

The ship ed for one of
Mexico’s mc f is gushers. In
1910 the iast troleum Co., a
subsidiary of the Mexican Petroleum
|Co. (of ¢ ornia) which brought in|
the first majoi oducing wells in
| Mexico, started drilling in the Cerro
|de la Pez are: th of Tampico.

trike the Juan Ca-|



Its first
siano No.



; the f

lled

st gusher suc
Mexico. In Feb.,





| ful




Hy contr
1916, the comp: brought in its
|Cerro Azul No. gusher which a

| geologist certified flowing 300,000
|barrels a day
| The Mexican government called
jout its army to help the company
bring the well under control.
The ship named for the well had
| been in service si rs when it was










|ordered to the ndard Oil Co. of
Indiana transshipment station at
Aruba. The company had _ just

finished cutting an opening through
a reef which partially blocked San

(Continued

on page 2)







Bradshaw, Thompson Win
Class Il Capital Awards



LISLE BRADSHAW, a Shipyard subforeman, is congratulated by General
Manager O. S. Mingus on winning the top 1953 ‘Coin Your Ideas’ Capi-
tal Award for 1953. Mr. Bradshaw suggested running airlines to the
repair dolphins in the harbor. The capital Award was worth Fls. 1000.
|
LISLE BRADSHAW, un subforeman di Shipyard, ta recibi felicitacion di
Gerente General O. S. Mingus como el a gana e premio grandi di Coin
Your Ideas pa 1953. Sr. Bradshaw a sugeri pa pasa linea di aire pa e
dolphin di reparacion den haaf. E premio tabata di Fls. 1000.

Share Fls. 1500 for Submitting Ideas
To Reduce Costs In Shipyard, Garage

Lisle Bradshaw, a welding subfore-|’straddle-trucks’ were in danger of
man in the Shipyard, pushed the pro- | being cracked when the truck’s load
fit on an idea he fi coined’ in 1 | was lifted too high.

}to Fls. 1500 la ast month when fe After other protective devices
| took down the top Capital Award for | failed, Mr. Thompson devised a ’floa-

4







e







| supervisors. ting plate’ beneath the crankcase.

In March of 1953 Mr. Bradshaw) When the rising load forced the
was awarded Fls. 500 for suggesting | plate in contact with the case, an
that airlines be run to the repair|electrical circuit was closed and a

dolphins in the harbor to replace | warning horn sounded in the truck.
compressors which were floated out} The committee said Mr. Thomp-
on the welding barge. |son’s idea saved time and labor “by



\Mas Esso News

Na Porta 1 y 6

Cuminzando cu e edicion aki, e can-



tidad di copia di Aruba

na Porta No. 1 y 6 lo worde aumenta|}



asina cu empleadonan cu ta sali mer-
dia arik lia di distribucion, atardi















ye nte dia lo por haya un co-
pia.

Pa por ilita empleadonan tra-
hando 12 pa 8, copia di Esso
News lo worde por ae oficina na
Porta 6. Emple n cu ta sali 8
a.m. e dia 1i€ di distribucion
por para nz uto na e lugar di par-
keer di Port

tuma nan copia na
E patrolman para



e cuarto di Port









na Porta 6 lo no pez News na
trahadornan di arda cu ta baha
8 a.m.
Tambe pa otro gruponan di warda
so News lo ta disponibel na Porta
6. Nan tambe lo mester parkeer nan
auto y an copia na e



oficina na



Copia adicional
be na Porta No. 1

warda cu



worde poni tam-
2 trahadornan di

ardi di parti-
dia na e porta

1500,



mento of ¢ e

aki

un platillo flotar ao di crank-
case. O zg > platillo den
contacto cu e © , un circuito







elect tz in senjal di ad-
erte ta zon auto.

ittec sa cu idea di Sr

ipson tabata pa tempo y tra-

bao “door di preveni posible danjo

na motor y consequente tempo inpro-



ductivo di «



truc
Ademas di e F
dornan di premio



00 cu e gana-



i Clase II a re-
cibi, e Committee anterior a duna
Fis. 2200 na cuatro ganadornan di
premionan di Clase I pa 1953.

Ships in for repairs tied up at the! preventing possible motor damage
;dolphins to save berthing space. The|and consequent equipment down-

|’Coin Your Ideas’ committee reported ! time.”














|Mr. Bradshaw’s suggestion saved! In addition to the Fls. 1500 given
time, labor and material and gave}the two Class II Capital Award
him the top Class II award at cere-| winners, the committee earlier this
monies held May 21 in the General | year awarded Fls. 2200 to four win-
Office Building. jners of the 1953 Class I Capital
| Winner of the Fls. 500 second | Awards.

Class Il award was A. Thompson, a! Mr. Bradshaw and Mr. Thompson



foreman in the Garage. Mr. Thomp-
son noticed that drain pans beneath
the crank of the



to

have

were the first Lago supervisors
receive Capital Awards which
larger | been set up on an annual basis.

cases

New Home in Sabaneta

Freres Building Fund
Receives Lago Donation

In continuing its paramount aim of assisting those dedicated to the
development of a morally strong and prosperous community, Lago this
week made a donation to the Freres of the Institute of the Brothers
of the Christian Schools. Lago’s donation of Fls. 33,000 was given to
help offset the cost of constructing a new home for the Freres in
Sabaneta.





a group of men whose lives
Catholic | icated to help teach other men
new home will! whose numbers have increased to
keep pace with the community they

are ded-




Located n¢ the Roman
church and school, the

15 and 18 Freres who

ar



house between



teach there and in San Nicolas. At 2 helping to develop. The Freres
present Freves live in the Huize 3 came to Aruba in 1937. They
de la Salle — their home in Oran- d two schools and 650 students.



Because



jestad. much of the history

< »1s and some
of the Christian Brothers in Aruba]

1 world-wide

Today they have 10 sch
4000 students. Part of













involves tremendous expansion, the| oder, the Christian Brothers were
new quarters are more than need founded by St. John Baptist de la
While the Huize de la Salle is "hor Salle in 1684 as the first order de-
for 38 Freres, normal capacity 1S) voted exclusively to Christian edu-
25. Their home v 1s built in 1914 to! cation. When La Salle died in 1719,
house eight persons. To accommodate 9g, Pyeres were teaching 9300 stu-

the growing number of Freres it was

j



dents in 27 “communities” composec







enlarged in 1940 and again in 1946.) 5¢ » director and a faculty of Bro-
Frere Andre, former director of | thers, From this beginning came the

in Aruba said last year,| Brothers who live and teach in Aruba.

in it become too small, | Already underway, Petrona &





to build another

Bee REP heart Croes, contractors, are expected to
home in Sabaneta.” complete the building the latter part
Lago’s contribution goes to it|of this year.




n

A russ EssO N EW

Printed by the Curacaosche Courant, Curacao,

N.W.I.

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

In Memorium.. .

MRS. ETHEL CASEY, president of the Women's
| of the American Legion, is
memorial flag pole during Memorial Day cere-

Esso Post No.
the base of Hh post's



Auxiliary of the Aruba
shown placing a wreath at

monies last Sunday in honor of United States war dead.

SRA. ETHEL CASEY, presidente di e Women's

Auxiliary di Aruba Esso

Post No. | di American Legion, ta worde munstraé poniendo un krans na

pia di e palu di bandera durante ceremonianan cu a worde teni Dia di

Memoria, Diadomingo pasa, den honor di Merikanona cu a muri durante
_guerra.

Pea dent: Free Days Nearing

New Vocational

Safety is riding high in the Lago, dents, in working









Vocational School. Seven groups of
students are daily adding accident-
free work days to their safety re-
cords that have already ed the
100-day mark for first udents

and the 150-day mark for second and



third year students. z
On April 18 and April 28, the first | sz
year students of -B and 5

reached the 100th consecutive work-
ing day without an industrial injury
of any type. Both groups are still)
adding safe days to their records. On|
April 14, groups 1-52, 2 and 2 51|
passed the 150th consecutive working
day without an accident. Groups 4-51
and 3-52 also joined the ranks of the
150 or better safe days when poy
passed the mark May 19 and May 2

These groups are working for BAG
consecutive accident-free days. Reach-
ing 200 working days without an
accident has never been accomplished











in the Vocational hool.
Already one Vocational School
safety record has been set. The stu-

© GRAMITY





advisor.
leentre whose job it is to promote
ety within their respective groups.





School Record

and studying

fely as they have, established a 1
cord of three consecutive months
without an accident to any member

of the student body.

Max Jessurun is the faculty s
Sach group has two sa







Kalloo Reelected

Chairman of LCAC

Allan A. Kalloo of the Technical
Service Department was reelected
chairman of the Lago Commissary
Advisory Committee at the group’s
turnover meeting May 28. Augusto
Kelly of the Process Department
was elected vice-chairman and

Mrs. A. M. de Vries of the Indus-
trual Relations Department, secre-
tary.



LVS Boy’s Exhibit Captures Award

At the
Mare Ange
display which w



no 1



With laboratory

Allentown,
hydrometric

on the
four
three points.
96 in algebra
in conduct





ades were
geometry, 82
98 in conduct.

in





fety |
ty

Allentown High School’s
receiv!
one ¢



The former Lago Vocational School student, who
with Patricio Ras is studying at the Pennsylvania
school on a one-year, all-exp » scholarship provided
by Lago, exhibited the methods of finding the specific

gravity of petroleum products.

and with Esso products provided by an
Marciano

methods
Marciano’s grade:
honor roll but Patricio, forced by illness to miss
days of school,

Marciano’s grades were
n general mathemz
and 75 in physical education.



92 in

algebra,

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Sabaneta ta Luga
Di Edificio Nobo (=

Continuando su obheto principal
pa asisti esnan ta
mes na desarollo di un comunidad
moralmente fuerte y
siman aki Lago a haci un donacion
na Frerenan di e Instituto di School

cu dedica nan

prospero, e



Christian. Donacion di Lago di
Fls. 33,000 a worde dund pa yuda
cubri e costo di construccion di un

cas nobo pa Frerenan na Sabaneta.

E cas nobo, cu lo ta situa cerea di



Misa Catolico di Sabaneta, lo acomo-
da entre 15 te 18 Frere cu lo duna
les na Sabaneta y San Nicolas. Ac-

tualmente 38 Frere ta biba na Huize

de la Salle — nan cas na Oranjestad.
Como cu e trabao di Frerenan na
Aruba ta aumenta mas y mas, e cas

ta

de

mas cu
la Salle
su capacidad normal ta pa
Nan cas a traha
1914 pa ocho persona.
iente di F

nobo nece
Huize
Frere,
persona.



rio. Mientras



tae cas” pa

worde

Pa acomoda ¢



cantidad cre > el a wor-
}de haci mas grandi na 1940 y luego
|na 1946. Y manera Frere Andre, di-

| recteur anterior di Frerenan na Aru-





|ba a bisa anja pasa Un bez mas e
cas a bira mucho chikito,
ta bai traha un otro cas na Sabane-

| ta.”

pesey nos

E contribucion di Lago ta pa asisti
{un grupo di homber kende nan bida
\ta dedica pa yuda sinja otro y kende

|
| | Seven Promotions

(Continued from page 1)
E

operator second-class and assistant
operator and then became an opera-
tor in where he









Hydro-Poly oO
served as a shift breaker for shift
foreman before transferring to
C&LE.

Mr. Minton was first employed in

1938 as an apprentice operator in the



a
om
—<
o
o

W. D. Huffman



annual Science Fair,
d honorable mention for
500 entered in the competition.

his










school,
o dealer in
illustrated the displacement and
of determining specific gravity.
s in the past marking period put him

equipment provided by the





failed to make the honor roll by

94 in 91

ics, 93

in history,
in physics,
Patricio’s

English,





90 in plane
and

in history,
90 in general chemistry

English, 8§







nan numero a aumenta
yuda desarolla e

pa por
comunidad crecien-
Frerenan a yega Aruba na 1937.
Nan tabatin dos school y 650
diante. Awe nan tin 10 school y como
4000 estudiante. E orden di Frerenan
cu ta traha ariba henter
mundo tabata funda door di St. Jan

sigul



do.

estu-

Christian

also served as assis-
and operator when he
the Depart-

served as an operator

Plant and
tant operator
transferred to
ment where he
in C&LE.

Gas

Process



| Mr. Viele was first employed in|
11940 as student engineer in TSD
| where he served as a junior engineer,



chemical engineer II, process tester
and designer and chemical engineer
A. Transferred to Catalytic, he

technical and







served as a assistant



foreman.

proce.

Mr. Smit was first employed in
1940 as an apprentice operator IV
in Hydro Poly and served as assis-
tant operator and operator before



transferring to C&LE.

Mr. Drake irst employed in
1943 as a subforeman first class
| Electrical where he also served as a

subforeman.



was



Mr. MacMillan was first employed |
in 1943 as a tradesman first class in |



| Electrical where he also served as

{subforeman second class and first
class.

Mr. Sexton was first employed in

1948 as a junior engineer in TSD —

Engineering. He

also served as an

sngineer C, B and

A.

The promotion of



Mr. Huffman, Mr
fa Minton, Mr. Viele,
Mr. Smit and Mr.
Sexton became ef-
fective June 1. The
promotion of Mr.
Drake and Mr.
MacMillan became
effective the first
C. D. Sexton of last month.
Barge Bunkers
Second Customer
In Oranjestad
Lago Barge No. 1, put in us¢
earlier this year by the company to





provide a bunkering service at Oran-
jestad and thus attract ships which
might otherwise not call there, had
its second customer last week.

The ship was the Alcoa Line’s
Cabanos which took some 1765
barrels Bunker C. alyst and



steel pipe consigned to Lago was
unloaded from the ship at Oranjestad
and trucked to the refinery.

Cargo ships carrying material con-
signed to Lago that can be trucked
from Oranjestad to San Nicolas will,
in the future, berth in the Oranjestad
port. This development is
through the barge bunkering facilities



possible

1954

June 5,

g ago a Contribui na Cas di Freres





3aptist de la Salle na anja 1684 como
dedica su

Chris-

orden cu mes



e promer

exclusivamente

tian.
Contratista

na edt



acior

an Petrona & C
a construccion di ¢€



‘oes ta



spera di ca edi-
ficio, ariba cual trabao a c¢

caba, na fin di «

ninza
anja aki.

| Providence Sold |

(Continued from page 1)

Nicolas harbor and was ready to
|? accommod: ite ocean-going tankers.
The "Azul,” one of the largest

|tankers afloat in those dé iys, stopped
Jat Oranjestad and picked up Lt.
Gov. J. Quast other island
dignitaries. The ship went on to San
Nicolas where it was the



and

first ocean






|tanker through the Entrance.
The date, according to the governor's
diary, was Nov. 16, 1927.

The ”Azul” and a sister-ship, the
"Cerro Ebano” which s named for



{another famous Mexican producing





















field, went on a_ two-trip-a-month
in| schedule between Aruba and the
| United States.

| These 100,000-barrel ships would
jarrive in ballast carrying men and
equipment for the shore station and
later for the refinery, and would
|leave with cargoes of Venezuelan
| crude.

In 1940 the ship was purchased by
the Panama Transport Co., a wholly-
owned affiliate of the Standard Oil
Co. (N.J.), which renamed it the
"Esso Providence.”

When World War II broke out,
‘the Providence” went into military
service. In December, 1943, it was
running along the coast of Italy with
a load of fuel oil for the United
States Navy when a German bomben
scored a direct hit on the No. 7 tank
and blasted a hole in the port stern
quarter.

The ship limped into Gibraltar
where it underwent temporary re-
pairs and then went on to Baltimore,
Md., where it was reconditioned

In 1948 Lago took over sub-mana
gement of the ship from Panama
Transport and has used it between
Aruba and Amuay, Lake Maracaibo
and East Coast ports of the United
States.

Rendered obsolete by new, larger
and faster ships, the "Providence”
was sold May 18 to the Industrial
Machine Corp. of N.Y. Capt. H. F.
Byng took over from Capt. W. S.
Stewart, the » "house symbol’
painted out on the stack, the



Providence” was replaced on the bow
by “Lisbeth” and the ship sailed with
a load of fuel oil for The



heduled

From there it was to
proceed to England to be broken up
for scrap

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
May 16 - 31 Wednesday, June 9
Monthly Payroll
May 1 - 31 Thursday, June 10

j



omtere






1954 ARUBA ESSO NEWS

June 5,

‘Lago Donation Enables
Aruba School of Music
To Purchase Piano

Thanks to a donation
Lago, the Aruba School of
Noord is now able to offer
struction to children of that ar
the school’s new
with the

made by
Music in
piano in-



2 on
piano,
Lago-donated
May 30. B.
relations



piano. The
purchased
funds, v dedicated
Teagle, public
made the presentation which was ac-
| cepted by J. J. Stam of the
staff on behalf of the people of
Noord.

The presentation took place in Don
Bosco Hall and was part of an after-
noon of music. Students of the school
gave a recital that included piano,
violin, guitar and flute renditions as
well as selections by the Boys Choir
tad. The boys and girls
| who played were the students of A. L.
Born, P. N. ni Triejtel, L. P. van|
Meulen, Mrs. R. Steenhuizen, J. Co-
hen and Mr. su who also
master of ceremonies.

The Aruba School of Musie is a
part of the Cultural Center Aruba of
which F. Steenmeyer is
Director of the school is Mr.



manager,

school’s





American Artist Here. . .

acted as





HAZEL SCOTT, American jazz
in Aruba

presented with a bouquet by

and classical pianist who appeared in
+ month during a tour of the Caribbean,
Joyce Nassy at the Lago Heights Club.

three performances





Born.

HAZEL SCOTT, pianista clasico y di jazz Americano kende a aparece
den tres rendicion aki na Aruba luna pasa durante un torneo den Caribe,
ta recibi un bouquet for di Joyce Nassy na Lago Heights Club

Two Accounting
Seminars Planned
Here During July

Eight-se.
Accounting a
will open
July under C.
the College of Commerce
versity of Illinoi



Gravesande Plans
To Attend College;
First from LVS

ion seminars in Basic
nd Advanced Accounting
Lago the first week in
A. Moyer, professor in}
at the Uni-
Champaign, Ill.



Chilean Oil Engineer

On Tour of Refineries






Visits Lago



James R. Gravesande, a Lago Vo-




Trans Caribbean

Blast Destroys Queen's
Statue In British Guiana

Michiel de Wit, Curacao student at
Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, re-
st week | cently honored at the
prelude | annual Honors Day convocation. Mr.
round of nationalist demon-|de Wit received honorable

Georgetown police are
persons who blew the
statue of Queen Victoria |:
in what was feared may be
to a new

hunting the
head off a



was school’s



mention

strations in British Guiana. | for the Ohio University Fund Award,
See second in the A. A. Atkinson Award
A French Line ship, the S.S.|in Physics and won the Men’s Union

week at
American

Wyoming, was halted last
the Panama Canal by

authorities who suspected the ship
was running guns. Aboard were A move towards establishing a
found cases of Browning automatic million-dollar banana industry in
| rifles consigned from Antwerp to El Trinidad was made recently with the
|Salvador. The ship was searched | allocation of $63,000 for the purchase
after a Swedish vessel delivered 2000 of Lacatan banana suckers and the
tons of arms from Czechoslovakia to | setting up of a 150-acre government
| neighboring Guatemala whose goy-| banana nursery. Hon. Victor Bryan,
‘ernment has been charged with Com- | minister of Agriculture and Lands,
munist leanings. The United States! stated that the industry is to be ex-
‘countered by sending a plane load of | panded and shipments to the United

scholarship prize.

cee

president. |

arms to El Salvador and Nicaragua.
Guatemala later proposed it sign a
friendship and non-aggression pact
with El Salvador. All last week "Voz
| Dominicana,” a radio station in the
Dominican Republic, was heard in
| Aruba asking the people of Guate- |
mala if they wanted to turn their
country "into another Korea.”
XK 6

The former so Providence,’
renamed the "Lisbeth” and
for the s
| after
jto the
| Aruba last w
| boiler. The






delivering a cargo of fuel oil
Azores, was 23 hours out of
k when it cracked a
pick-up crew, which in-





PRR Se scl! scholarship eatudent A visitor to Lago last week was The basic course will start July ; | cluded several homeward-bound Lake

_.* : ; Bee ee Urbano Mena, young Chilean oil | and patreach \fondavaendawWedners Fleet men, fixed the crack and the

last vear, will return to the United zi y and meet each Monc anc eGNeSa Gian ir met ae
e in stember to enroll in| eneineer- Like his compatriot Ber-|qay from 0 to 9:30 p.m. The -old tanker went on toward
an a Galleceaeamiville nardo Palau, who spent two months | advance cou will open July 6 and | its te.

P. rik us ’\in training at Lago last November | ek ok

meet Tue




lay and from



Thursday





| and December, Mr. Mena is also 30 to &





former LVS student, who with Reeth eee nent fomedl ) p.m.

“late e Jt PeESE pt c c n sec" i ¢
co Quandt was awarded a one- ‘ . P Chile, 3 i| The cours — the second in a
:ll-expense scholarship to the del Petroleo of Santiago, Chile, and} series of seminars proposed by the

around the United
South America
refining that

is traveling
States, Canada and
studying ph:

Foreign Staff Advisory Committee —
will cover the fundamentals
| accounting theory and a

own High



School by Lago in
echnical Service De-



s now a



s of oil



ent laboratory employee. general re-



Paina then citst ou ncational will aid in the development of this in-| view of accounting theory.

youth to go on toward a uni- | 2st eu his homeland. The basic course is designed for
“degree. He will spend the| hile here Mr. Mena toured the) engineers and others without accoun-
Re mara ane Lichanon) Vallet oes and was given an extensive | ting experience whose work brings

description of the naptha treating






the next three ears a he a them in contact with cost problems.

sity of Denne ltonia a oa plant by T. H Harrod and C B. The advanced course is designed for

a. ; | Lewis, both of Light Oils Finishing. | those with accounting training who
successful completion of the | His refinery tour was conducted bY |wish to review their training, learn

ear program, he will receive a| "y," ens 9. the : eee : Pata of new developments in the field and
bachelor of science degree in Che- Mr. Mena left his native Chile late| qq some advanced work in auditing

last

assignment

year and started his training
in Canada spending two
at both the British American
Montreal and the

and accounting.
Prof. Moyer is head of the
ment of Accountancy

mical Engineering from Pennsylvania
and bachelor. of science

Lebanon Valley.



degree Depart-

months at Illinois, has

from ‘ .
ron Oil Company in

He was also accepted at Lycoming MeC 5 é written four text-books on accoun-
College in Williamsport, Pa., me all Frontenac Oil (¢ omeany ting, has contributed to various
Mleeicc Tawititute of Mines-and ontreal. He visited the Perth! sceounting periodicals and has served



. Amboy (N.J.) refine of Stand 3
ney a Nieanrareeand Amboy (N.J.) refinery of Standard}, an

Oil Company of California before



Socorro, accounting consultant to





Hastings College at Hastings, Neb. 2 : e = various organizations including th«
going to Creole’s Amuay refinery. He| office of the United States Secretary
spent six we there, visited Lago] of pefense. :

Angela a Gana jlast week and then departed foi

Caripito where he

Premio di Feria five weeks.

The Chilean refinery

will stay about

, Vina del Mar,
Na e E

yosicion di Sciencia





anual | js located near Valparaiso. The 20,000
di Allentown High School, Marciano | barr a day plant is the country’s
Angela a ricibi recomendacion hono- | first refinery and runs crude from
rable pa xhibicion cu tabata uno|the Tierra del Fuego fields in the



di e 500 cu tin den e concurso.
I ex-estudiante di School di Ofishi
di La kende hunto cu P:

ta studiando na «

southern part of Chile.

atricio Ra



Federico Maduro

school di Penns







vania ariba beca di un anja comple- . .
tamente paga y duna door di Li . Ta Retira Juli
exhibi e metodo pa calcula e peso] fyederico Maduro, un welder hel
epecruco.cuproducto, di -petroled per A den Shipyard, ta bai retira

Pa medio di instrument di

labora-| Juli cu
torio duna doc

y cu pro



mas di 283 anja di servicio
Sr. Maduro cu ta nativo di Aruba
ta keda biba aki mes.

Sr. Maduro tabata emplea na 1930



yr di e school,
ductonan di Esso duna door di un
o Dealer na Allentown, Marciano

splazamento y



a ilustra e de metodo-





como pe den Masons & Insulators.
nan hydrometrico pa determina e|Ny 4¢ el a transferi pa Pips
peso specifico Department como peon y mas



E puntonan di Marciano di



pues e ani











ultimo periodo di test a pone’le ariba ig ie iach 50
e lista di honor, pero Patricio kende cate
tabata obliga di falta cuatro dia di N Rater
school pa causa di enfermedad, no a} ee 3 le
logra di bini ariba e lista di honor pa ee B . ;
falta di tres punto Cf ;

) puntonan di Marciano tabata 94 Me ReaD 0 Gant ‘
pa Ir s, 91 pa historia, 96 pa Al Keene ers 3 yaratels
bra, 96 pa reekmento general, 93 pa | dock helper By shed. t
fisica, 98 pa conducta y 75 pa educa-| | dry dock helper A
cion fisico. Puntonan di Patricio ta- | Gromer eu el a} CORNELIUS ARTHUR,
bata 92 pa Ingles, 88 pa historia, 90 megetene e rango na Jero di Esso Dining Hall, ta ¢
pa geometrico, 82 pa algebra, 90 pa} LN halvctat baton Gi pase eet eee



quimica general y 98 pa conducta. tira



| William Wil
ne:



a New York busi



raft across the Pacific Ocean on the





ame route sailed by the Kon Tiki, |
a raft which carried six men from |
Peru to Tahiti two ye ago.
eK,
Taking refuge in foreign embas-
sies is becoming more and more po-
pular with politicians. The latest to

duck indoors was
go, former Cuban
who slipped into the Urugua
in Havana last week to
| dodge a government round-up. A
former refugee in the Mexican
bassy there, he reportedly was in and
| out of the country frequently.
x oC

A full-length underwater
movie is being filmed off Jamaica
for television in the United States.

Aureliano S, Aran-
foreign



| embassy

em-

color



Biento ta Ruina
Banderanan Aki
Den 2 of 3 Siman

Aruba
pone €

cual ta tene
parti di anja,
1 nabega y

muher,

Biento passaat,
fresco mayor
barconan di be
| bei di hende
tamb« bandera

Hefe di Lago Police G. B.
departamento ta
mantene ¢



bruha ca-

haci desorden



cu e




Brook,
kende su vespon-

sable pa banderanan na



Oficina Mayox Portanan 1, 6 y 8,
ta reporta cu e bandera Holandes di
tamanjo ndard, a cuatro pa
jocho p ta wanta dos te tres siman.



oT;
biento

wanta den e



sol nan por



’ el ta bisa. ”













12 ora pa dia, 84 ora pa s
rante tu oranan aki bie
nan. Di promer cos cu ta a
zom jy to nan ta cuminza torno.
Co 1 a test bandera traha di
nylor o a decidi pa adopta
n, res 1 cu nan costa tres
ve tanto cu e bandera di pa
is nan ta wanta
do mas tanto
Der n anja, bukinan di Stor
1 munstra, biento ta de
150 bandera Hol

andes na uso den re-
fineria y den Lak ‘leet unda 100
bandera Vene

Americano, Ingles,



Paname olano,

como 12 Co!lom-
Cubano y di Republica Domi-

nicano y seis di Hondureno ta worde

biano,



headed |
apper’s torch in England |

man, plans to float alone on a

minister |



| Kingdom should commence this year.

|
| ae
|

\\ Drie He Riemens, until recently
Netherlands minister in Caracas and
| Netherlands co-chairman of the Ca-
ribbean Commission since 1950, has
| been appointed head of all Nether-
lands trade delegations in South
America.



xxx

Although Surinam’s exports of
timber during 1953 fell slightly both
in quantity and value, the decline has
not been considered serious since the
industry world-wide also decreased.
The market this year has picked up
and it is anticipated that by the end
of 1954 Surinam will regain its posi-
‘tion in the timber industry with
| Prices at a more stable level.



abe.



| F.C. Goddard has been
|the Governor of Barbados
of the Opposition in the

Assembly.

selected by
leader
House of



ek

The supply of electricity in Barba-
dos is to be improved ‘cording to
reports from that island. A new plant
is to be laid down and the distribu-
tion system increased at a cost of
approximately $3,000,000.





Barge Na Uso
Pa Di Dos Vez

Lago Barge Nc
mas tempran e



1, poni na servicio
iki door di com-
pania pa duna servicio di bunker na
Oranjestad y ina atrae bapornan cu
di otro manera podiser no ta
aki, a di dos cliente





pasa

sirbi su siman



Sianoe tabata carga nomber di

na Alcoa
vil di
bapor con-
tubo di staal
go a worde des-

ad y treci







abanos” ta perter
Line. El a ¢ 1765
ker C. Algun c die
'sistiendo di catalysta y
cu tabata bini pa La
na Oranje:
ria cu truck.

En futuro bapornan di carga cu
tin material abordo pa Lago cual poi
worde
Oranje
den hz
posible

bunker



un-



rg





car, refine-



truck for di
lo atrz
aki a bira

facilidadnan di



trans porta cu



pa medio di e
barge

cue ta ofrece.

Federico Maduro
To Retire July 1

Frederico Maduro, a welder helper







A in the Shipyard, plans to retire
July 1 with more than of
service. A native of Aruba,
not plan to leave the island.

Mr. Maduro was first employed
Re Masons and Insul
laborer. In 1987 he transferred as
laborer in the Department <
later that became a_ pipefitte
helper B.

In 1940 he transferred to the Ship-
yard where he laborer
B, laborer A, dry dock helper B and
dry dock helper A before
the grade at which he



0 as a



Pipe
year



served as a

achieving
will retire.
ARUBA ESSO NEWS






WITH THE

toward the sea

CU REMOLCADOR

bieuw hiba afor u



cord’ helping, the
it will be

where

Round the Clock They Shepherd Ships for

C



A DECKHAND «ia
scuttl barcee

UN MATROOS ta ¢










Lago

Tugboats at Work

Seth Thom:

the

HE HANDS of the
clock on the bridge of



rado Point” stood at 1:57 when the; forward. The "Point” came about and! Pointing to the Richmond,” he said,
telephone in the cabin off the bridge) passed under the stern of the ’Rich-|’’She just backs off and I shove hei
rang. mond” which lay on the north side of | bow around. This is a simple job. Ow
Capt. J. B. Fernando picked up the| the No. 4 Finger Pier, then swung to toughest work is docking a super
receiver, barked “Colorado Point!) starboard and nosed up to the bow of | tanker. They’re so deep, you see, and
listened a moment and then hung up.|the Esso tanker. | there so little water under their
"We've got a job. Let’s go, eh?” he| Aboard the ‘Richmond” deeply- | keel.”
said to Engineer Frank Adams. tanned sailors, dressed in swimming} Just then the radio-telephone, which
”What ship is it, captain?” Mr.| trunks which make a bikini bathing | had been quietly buzzing, came to life
Adams threw over his shoulder as he | suit look like a Mother Hubbard, were | calling the "Colorado Point.” Capt.
disappeared below. "The Esso Rich- | taking in the gangway. On the bow of | Fernando answered and a dispatche1
mond,” Capt. Fernando called back) the ”Point’” a deckhand stood with a|in the control tower said the sailing
above the rumble of starting engines. | weighted heaving line. | would be delayed. ”The captain’s gone
Deckhands cast off lines aft and apt. Fernando leaned through a|ashore to swer a phone call from
forward and unhooked the telephone| window of the bridge and asked a} New York,” the dispatcher reported.
connection as the 1020 horsepower | Richmond” ilor to take the line. He Capt. Fernando shut down the
diesel-electric power plant sent the | complied, hauled the line and an eight-|engine and the tug rode quietly,
Point” backing from the launch dock.| inch hawser through the port hawse|rubbing gently against the "Rich-|
On the bridge Capt. Fernando switched | hole and fitted its loop about a bollard.| mond.” Aboard the tanker three sai-
on the radio telephone, moved the} The deckhand took up the slack,| lors, who had been bending the moor-
wheel a quarter-turn and adjusted the | whipped the line about a bollard on|ing lines around the forward winches,
engine control in its gleaming bra the forward section of the Point” and| stopped their work.
housing. ignaled the captain that all was dy. | Still waiting, the tug’s deckhand

With the tug bow clear of the dock, | Capt. Fernando, alternating the engine






Power plant .
SECOND Engi

cylinder



SEGUNDA Maauinista James S. Brown ta

diesel di 12 cylindro, 1020 forza di cabai



"Colo- |



r James S. Brown
1020 horsepower diesel which



s, Capt. Fernando put the wheel hard to
port and pushed the engine control

the
ibout to happen.

to keep the
explained what wa

rainst bow,

tug








































went aboard the ’Richmond,” retrieved
his heaving clambered
| over the manila fender which blankets

line and





the bow of the ”Point.”

”Those fenders used to last about a
year,” Capt. nando commented.
"But Lou Marchena, one of the b’osuns,

suggested that we hang old tires out-





side the fenders. It a good idea
because that fender’s been there 17
months and ay be good for threc

years.”

Mr. Marchena received Fls. 380 from












started slowly



radar



the ”Richmond’s”
turning.

Minutes later J. B. Meenhorst, senior



Lago pilot, went aboard the ”Rich-
starts up the ‘Colo |2. mond,” disappe ared into the forward
nas the elect deckhouse and promptly reappeared on

bridge. A
whistle set
the

the starboard wing of the
blast on the ’’Richmond’s”
the to winching
mooring line aboard.



sailors

trico.

back |

{hours to the minute

Navy

; the ’Coin Y Ideas’ committee for
his suggestion.

Just then the captain of the "Rich-
mond,” R. K. Tod, appeared at the
foot of the dock dressed in white
trousers and shirt and a straw hat.
Carrying some papers, he strode
quickly to the ship, leaped the rail
and hurried up to the bridge. The
sailors lounging on the bow came to
life and began to wrap the mooring |
line ound the winches. High above

port |

Fernando started the





Capt. engines
of the ”Point” as the crewmen began
winching in the starboard mooring
line. Free aft, the tanker started
backing the length of the pier, towing
the "Colorado Point.”

*By using the line, the rudder and
his engines, the captain keeps his ship

close against the pier where

"He can’t start his engines, though,
until the stern is clear of the pier.”
As the ’Richmond” went astern, the





steam winches hauled in more and
more line which the sailors sent
snaking into a locker below. the
bow of the tanker cleared the end of

the pier, the tanker’s whistle sounded
once, Capt. Fernando and
moved the engine control

replied

forward.





The tug pushed the bow of the
}tanker slowly to starboard and the
ship headed for the East Entrance.
Once in the ”Richmond’s” whistle
| sounded, Capt. Fernando replied and
centered the engine control. A sailo1
crossed to the port bow of the ’’Rich-

mond” and freed the hawser which
was pulled back aboard the tug.

The tanker, still swinging to
board, went ahead under its
power with the tug hovering some
yards off the starboard amidships. At
the East Entrance Pilot Meenhorst
dropped into a waiting launch and the

headed for New York 12
after she entered

star-
own
50



”Richmond”

the harbor.

Capt. rnando aimed the
Point” for the launch dock
up neatly. The bridge clock read

Later, his cabin,
captain Point”
built United St

in 1948. Of
feet long, 24
a dayshift
five during



"Colorado

tied



and



relaxing the
explained
1941 for
and came to

gross tons, it is

in
the
the
Lago

96



in tes







184
feet
crew of
the other

With the
be-replaced

beam and carries

of

in

seven; a crew





soon-to-

"Colo-

and the
the

oord”

Delaplaine,”








rado Point” serves all ships but Lake
Tankers entering or leaving San Ni
colas harbor. The tugs operate round-
the-clock helping the ships negotiate
the entrances and nudge them into
position for docking and sailing. They

also help the lakers in their movements
about the harbor.

At times they go outside, such as

the water |
is deepest,” Capt. Fernando explained. |

June 1954





hs
ee 2

THE SEA,

t starts it

LAMAR, yenan











A day

0000 ‘Win
0630 "'E W





} m sea |
r from sé
3 No, | Fi}?
one night last March when
”Point” rescued 16 men who |
abandoned the Rio Tinto” which \

| floundering 25 miles north-northeast
| Aruba, or the time the Point”
the "Dodecanese” — which had brol ¢

tov



down near the Monkey Islands off‘
Columbian coast to Aruba.

The three tugs have also resc
fishermen disabled miles from she

pulled ship-jumping sailors from ?
harbor and put them back aboard
and helped search for fliers down
the Caribbean.

In addition to its ship-to-shore
telephone, for work around the hart
the "Colorado Point” is equipped w

ra



a wireless sending and receiving ’
and a radio direction finder. It
also fitted with foam tanks connec
to fire-fighting ns” atop the t/|‘
In fire drills the Point” has clea
the dock in 90 seconds.

As Capt. Fernando _ talke



telephone above his head rang









"Colorado Point!” he barked. |!

listened, and then hung up. "We !

got a job. Let’s go, eh?” Engin|!
Adams was already disappear

below.

|

'

1

CAPTAIN J ‘

Colorado P ;

wheel. Note he A

CAPTAN J. B Fl

Colorado Point" for di « ,

Not
b <









vege

par
i





3 pt
epto
1
cuch
tel

t
pedan



pu
bao,

Oar
han ¢
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uya
102

jumir

Ariba

lanqu
June 5, 1954



weights one side of the barge and

ome 100 fathoms away.



jek, ta pone un



amar.



, Fi ”
Point

br Pier to sea 0040

No. 2 Finger Pier North 0755

r Pier North to sea 0955

Pier South 1100

. 2 Butterworth Dock 1135

to No. 4 Finger Pier North 1305





IJZER di e

"Colorado

oloshi ariba brug di
Point” tabata marca
:57 ora telefoon a ring den e cabina.
Capt. J. B.

eptor, a contesta "Colorado Point,” a



Fernando a lamta e re-
cucha un momento y despues a cerra
telefoon. "Nos tin un job. Lz

?” el a bisa Maquinis




a nos



ank





a cual bapor, captain?” Sr. Adams
puntra el
bao. sso Richmond,” Capt. Fernan-

mientras a des:



rece

pe



o a contesta over di e boroto di motor-
tan cu ta start.



Matroosnan ariba dek tabata los ca-
uya y desconecta e telefoon mientras
1020 horsepower di e remoleador :
uminza pusha ’Colorado Point” atras.
\riba brug Capt. Fernando a sintoniza
radio-telefoon, move e wiel un cuarto
ond y ahusta control di e motor.

Cu boeg di e remoleador libro for di
aaf, Capt. Fernando a wiel
va banda robez y a hala e control di
1aquina adilanti. Point”
asa patras di so Richmond” cual
abata No. 4,

espues a zwaai pa su banda drechi y





draai



"Colorado a



hanera na Finger Pier

pega su nanishi contra boeg di e
anquero Esso.







Pa Bl

OVER THE ship-to-shore radio

e, Capt. Fernando



learn
ange in the tug's schedule.



DOOR DI ¢ radio-telefoon di bar-
Capt. Fernando ta ten-

co-pa-terra C
de di e cambio.










=

WAVES wash the

through the yet uncovered holes.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

barge deck and pour into the hold forcing air and mist

The chop speeded the sinking.

OLANAN ta laba ariba dek di e barge y ta drenta den e bodega forzando
aire y vapor door di e buraconan. Movecion di olanan ta haci e sinkmento
mas liher.

Nan ta yuda bapornan cu ta yega







WITH A final plume of air and water, the barge heads down. An e

Cy



arlier

plan to fill the hold from fire hoses was cancelled by the rough sea.

CU UN ultimo pluma di awa y aire, e barge ta bai abao. Un plan anterior
pa yena e bodega pa medio di hose di candela a worde cancelé door di
lamar bruto.

aki 24 ora di dia

Remolcadornan na Trabao

| remoleador a keda flota keto fregando

Abordo di ”Richmond”
kima door di solo bisti den carson di|
banjo tabata halando e trapi aden. |
Ariba boeg di "Colorado Point” un
matroos tabata para cu un cabuya.

Capt. Fernando a leun over di ben-
tana di e brug y a puntra un matroos
di Richmond” pa tuma e linja. El a
haci asina, a hala e linja y un cabuya
di ocho duim door di e buraco na ban-
da drechi y pasa e konopi rond di un
lugar di mara cabuya.



E matroos abordo di "Colorado }
Point” tambe a mara e cabuya adilanti
di e remoleador y a duna Capt. Fer-

nando cu tur cos tabata cla. Capt. Fer-
nando, manipulando cu e maquina pa
tene e remoleador pega cu e
kiko tabata bai pasando.

boeg, a





splic

Puntando na ’Richmond,” el a bisa,
”E ta back afor y mi ta pusha su boeg
un banda. Esaki ta un trabao simple.
Nos trabao mas dificil ta pa
un super tanker. Nan ta asina
bo ta
nan kiel.”



atraca ;
hundo,
mi



a, y tin asina poco awa bao

Net e ora e radio-telefoon cu henter
ora tabata zona suavemente, a bini na
cuminza

bida y a yama "Colorado
Point.” Capt. rnando a
un despachador den torre di control a |
bisa cu salida ta worde tarda. E captan
a bai terra pa contesta un nada te-
lefonico for di Nueva Yor despa-
chador a reporta.

Capt.



contesta y







ernando a paga e motor y

suavemente contra Richmond.” Abor-
do di e tanker tres matroos cu tabata
dobla e cabuyanan rond di e winchnan
adilanti, a stop cu e trabao.

Mientras ambos tabata warda regre-

so di e captan, atencion di esnan
abordo a dal ariba un homber cu a
aparece ariba torre di control ariba
Marine Office y a subi e mastre te
como 100 pia den aire. Despues a re-
sulta cu tabata un inspector di segu-

ridad, controlando e luznan y sportnan
di trapi.

Ainda wardando,
remoleador

un matroos di ¢
a subi abordo di e tanker
y a trece su linja atrobe den e remol-
cador, pasando over di e fendernan di
manila cu ta cubri adilanti di ”Colo-
rado Point.”

”"E fendernan ey antes taba
mas of ce

ta wanta |



menos un anja,” Capt. Fer- |

nando a comenta. ”Pero Lou Marche- |
na, un bootsman, a pa

sugeri colga



matroosnan | tire bieuw over di e fendernan. Tabata] launch dock y a bolbe

un bon idea pasobra awor e fender-

nan tin 17 luna caba y podiser nan lo

por wanta tres anja.”





Sr. Marchena a recibi Fls. 380 for
di ’Coin Your Ideas’ Committee pa su
idea.

Na e momento aki captan di ”Rich-

mond,” R. K. Tod, a aparece na punto
di waaf bisti cu carson y camisa blan-
co y cu sombré di cabana. Cargando
algun papel, el a camna liher bai pa



e bapor,





E matroosnan na e boeg a bira activo
mes ora y a cuminza lora cabuya rond

di e winch. Den mastre, radar di
Richmond” a cuminza draai lenta-
mente.

Algun minuut despues J. B. Meen-
horst, looc mayor na Lago, a_ bai



bordo di Richmond,” desaparece den e

cuarto adilanti ariba dek y a reaparece |

pronto na banda drechi di e brug. Un

| pitro di "Richmond” a haci e matroos-

nan cuminza hala aden
winch.

Capt. Fernando a start maquina di
"Colorado Point.” E tanquero
minza bai atras canto di e pier, ’Co-
lorado Point” siguiendo.

EU; linja, e stuur
quina, e captan ta tene su barco pega
cu e pier unda e awa ta mas hundo,”
Capt. Fernando a splica. "Sinembargo,
el no por start C6:
atras ta liber for di e Pe

Mientras boeg di e tanquero a laga
punto di e pier, pitro di e bapor a
zona dos vez, Capt. Fernando a con-
testa y a hala control di maquina adi-
lanti.

E remoleador pusha di e
tanker poco poco pa banda drechi y e
barco a coi rumbo pa Entrada Pariba.

cabuya cu

a

cu-

indo e



su ma-



su motor promer




a boeg



Un vez mas pitro di ichmond” a
zona, Capt. Fernando a contesta y a
pone e control di maquina den centro.
Un matroos a travesa boeg di ’Rich-





1 los e ca-

a aden di

mond” na banda drechi y
buya cual a bolbe worde hal
e remoleador.

E tanquero, pa
stuurboord, a sigui ariba su mes forza
cu e remoleador kitando lentamente for
di dje. Na Entrada Pariba loods Meen-
horst baha den un boto cu
warda y Richmond” tabata na camina
pa New York exactamente 12
despues cu el a drenta haaf.
apt. Fernando



ainda moviendo

a

ora



a coi direccion

alta e rail y a subi na brug. |

tabata |

di|

mara. Oloshi

2



tabata munstra 9.

Mas despues, sosegando den cabina,
e captan a splica cu ”Colorado Point”
tabata traha na 1941 pa United States
Naa y a bini Lago na 1948. Di 184



lton, e ta 96 pia largo, 24 pia hancho
‘arga un tripulacion di siete du-



om di



|rante warda di dia; un tripvu
cinco durante otro warda,

Hunto cu Noord” y
cu lo worde reempla pronto, ”’
rado Point” ta sirbi tur bapor ¢
Lake Tankers cu ta drenta of sali for
di haaf di San Nicolas. E remoleador-
nan ta opera binti cuatro ora pa dia
yudando e bapornan pasa cen e entra-
|da y pushando pos pa
mara of sali. Nan ta yuda e tanquero-
nan chikito tambe den nan movemento
den haaf. E remoleadornan ta_ traha
hunto pa maniobra cu tanqueronan ho-
pi grandi.

Tin
anochi
Point”

”’Delaplaine”

»lo-











nan den cion



nan ta bai pafor, manera un
Maart "Colorado
a salba 16 homber cu a perde



pasi ora

mee

Heading home... .



KWARTIERMEESTER R. M.
ado Point =



2pto |

emolcador a yuda

cu e bapor ”Rio Tinto” 25 milla noord-
oost di Aruba, of e biaha cu "Colorado
Point” a tow ’Dodecanese” — cual a
danja banda di Monki dilanti costa di
Colombia — pa Aruba.

E tres remoleadornan tambe a yega

di

scapa piscadornan cu a perde cu
boto, saca marineronan cu a cai na
awa — y hiza nan abordo atrobe — y



yuda busea aviadornan den Caribe.



Ademas di su radio-telefoon pa uso
rond di haaf, ’Colorado Point” ta car-
ga un emisora y receptora y un radio
direction finder. Tambe e tin tanki di
foamite cu ta conecta cu un sorto di
scopet ariba remoleador. Den eher-
cicionan di candela "Colorado Point”
a yega di sali for di haaf den 90 se-
conde.



e

Mientras Capt. Fernando tabata pa-
pia, e telefoon a bolbe ring. ’Colorado
Point,” el a contesta. El







a scucha y
despues a pone e telefoon abao. "Nos
tin un job. Laga nos bai, eh?” Ya

Maquinista Adams a desaparece abao.



QUARTERMASTER R. M. Josephia stores a bow hawser aboard the "'Point’’
after the tug helped the ''Esso Richmond” get underway.
osephia ta warda un cabuya abordo di "'Colo-

Esso Richmona ’ sali.




30 NEWS





"Playground of the Americas”

A Morning with Tourist Group

the Tourist |
policies formulated at|

to Caribbean
putting into practice the

Aruba last month.

Caribbean, delegates

(Today,

Association are

throughout the
back home
the association’s third annual meeting in

Here is an account of a morning session of the conference at which
these policies — designed to promote the tourist trade as an economic bul-|

some of

wark for the 21 member islands and countries — were developed.)

For four days last month a group of 21 men and two women
sat around a U-shaped group of baize-topped tables and discussed the
work of the Caribbean Tourist Association. |

It was the third annual meeting of the organization which represents
21 islands and countries in or bordering the Caribbean Sea in which
the word “tourist”
with money.”

These lands — embracing much of
the triangle between Aruba, Puerto
Rico and Surinam have banded
together to publicize the Ca bbean
as the "playground of the Americas.”
Airlines and steamship companies
which serve the area are non-voting
members of the group.

The conference opened May 3 in
the Sociedad Bolivariana with a gree-
ting from Lt. Goy. Dr. L. C. Kwart
The balance of the first day w
given over largely to preliminary
affairs. The next morning the con-
ferees really got down to work.

The men shed their jackets and
opened bulging briefcases while the
ladies stripped off their gloves and
arranged papers and pencils. All sat
down as Ernst Bartels, head of the
Aruba Tourist Bureau and chairman
of the conference, called the session
to order.

With the first point of business
under-way, a box of cigars was han-

is synonymous | — =
Helm, a Ponresenitive « of the asso-
ciation’s advertising agency, assured |
the group that advertisements pictur-
ing the Caribbean as a vacation pa-
radise were even then appearing in
Venezuelan newspapers.

The typewriter fell silent for a
noment, as did sound of chattering
birds. After deciding to invite Vene-
zuela, the representatives fell to dis-
cussing funds. Mr. Law pointed out
they could tell their governments
that — since the birth of the asso-
ciation — more tourists than ever
have been coming to the Caribbean
and that membership in the associa-
tion was worth every penny it cost.

At this point the floor was given
Henry Utell, a representative of

Caribbean Hotel Association.
After assuring everyone that he
would urge the hotel group to be-
come an affiliated member, he of-
fered the delegates some advice.

He urged them to go after the
United States, Canadian and Vene-













to
the

ded about. The ladies declined as did zuelan tourists through so-called
one man who took a full box from "package tours” which set up a lump
his briefease, selected a plump one sum for a round-trip exclusive of

shopping and incidental expenses.

He added that the tourist group
would be well-advised to try to esta-
blish a permit good for admission to
all countries represented by the|
association.

Coffee and Cookies

The waitresses appeared again,
this time bearing coffee and cookie
Mr. Bartels declared a 10-minute re-

and lighted up.

The smoke from cigars and ciga-
rettes wafted through the sunlight
which streamed through the windows
and lighted the soft pink and green
decore of the meeting hall. Flags,
representing the member countries,
swung slowly in the morning breeze.

From a sideroom came the staccato
of a typewriter as a secretary trans-













cribed her notes while another secre- | ¢ and the delegates immediately
tary — seated at a table in the started comparing their respective
middle of the ’U’ — raced with the|travel folders. A British Overseas
delegates to take down what they! Airways Corp. observer fell into



|conversation with the delegate from
Tailors in Antigoa |St. Vincent while a K.L.M. man

They were discussing the impor-,button-holed an observer from Cuba.
tance of having good tailors in Anti. | Mr. Helm, the advertising man,
goa to attract clothes-concious Vene- | went around taking color photo-
zuelans. As they talked, two waitres-| graphs of the delegates. Some of the
ses appeared and set down a glass | men wandered into a sideroom where
of cold water beside the souvenirja showing of Aruban art was set up



were saying.










| out,

|the Esso Club.

through much of the
morning, looked up when the dele-
gates applauded Mr. Bartels, then
went back to the news. |
While Mr. Law asking the
representatives what happened to a|
|126-query questionairre he had sent |
the waitr s appeared once | §
more with t , this time bearing |
colorful g¢ of orange and |
pineapple juice. The pineapple juice ||
was soon exhausted, however, and
the third tray carried only orange. |
Having received indifferent
to his inquiry about the ques-
tianairre, Mr. Law surrendered the
floor to Mr. Bartels who asked Mr.
Helm how well the association’s ad-
vertising covered the market. Mr.
Helm replied it was hitting the travel

newspaper

was










ans- |

we





agents "pretty well’ and reaching
prospective tourists through the
columns of "Holiday,” ”The New|) Wenglar of the Medical Departmen





Yorker” and various newspapers. appetite,"
Mr. Law interrupted for a moment,

to read cables sent the previous night



“ALL APPETITE" | is this yellow frogfish, (sone off Malmok By Eek

June 5, 1954






t. Described as '‘all head, body and

t is the most voracious of surface fishes.

“SOLAMENTE APETITO" e pisca-dori geel aki ta. E. F. Wenglar di



water and took away the empties.
Mr. Bartels then took over the}

On Frogftish
reading chore and delivered a mes-

sage from members of the Women’s E. F. Wenglar, a Dispensary
Club. They urged the delegates to | male nurse and aqua-lung hobbyist,
"get in the mood” before visiting| was diving in the sea off Malmok
their flower show that afternoon at |one day last month when he found
"Imagine yourself in/g grayish-yellow, hump-backed
Aruba a long time ago...” the mes- creature about eight inches long

SE eae F ,waddling around the bottom.
ae ee next launched into | Times saad Gh aeerGles Mails Gaia
a 25-minute discussion of a constitu-. nidn’t seem to mind at all when I


















See, see pees ra picked him up,” Mr. Wenglar recalled.
ie " a a exee z Ce: “Y' "When I got him near the surface
not” or "shall not’’ vote. he shot out two jets of water and
The "shalls’” won out, much to the that was all.”
satisfaction of one delegate who ce- According to a book by Dr. William
lebrated the victory by lighting a| Beebe, American natural Mr.
cigarette in a cigarette holder pipe} Wenglar had found a semi-rare fish
shaped. which is something of a Judas within
In the midst of a discussion of the | its own ranks — a fish which fishes
next topic — whether the Dominican) for other fish.



Republic’s intended resignation was This finny Izaak Walton is a mem-







ashtrays in front of each delegate. {on two pool tables and two ping-

Some enterprising agent had sup-| pong tables.
plied coasters hailing the excellence | With the
of "Queen Anne Scotch.” (Mr. Bartels gave a short address

With L. S. Law, executive director | whose theme was that "the Caribbean
of the association, guiding the dis-|can become shall become — the
cussion, the question of inviting | playground of the Americas.” One
Venezuela to join was raised. es B.! | observer, who had been reading

ion back in business,





a



‘Esso Providence” a Worde Bendi;

Promé Bapor cu a Drenta Ha

E tanquero "Esso Providence” a drenta haaf di San Nicolas Mei 18
y a sali Mei 22. Mientras e tabata den haaf e tanquero a cambia donjo,
nomber y destino.

"Esso Providence” tabata trahé na 1921 door di Sun Ship Building |
& Dry Dock Co. di Chester, Pa., pa Union Oil Co. cual a pone su nom-
ber ”’Cerro Azul.” Su promer viaje
tabata pa Tampico, Mexico, unda el
tabata carga azeta preto.

E bapor a worde yama segun un
di e poosnan di azeta m amoso na
Mexico. Na 1910 Huasteca Petroleum
Co., un subsidiario di Mexican Petro-
leum Co. (di California) cu a explora
e promer poosnan di mayor producti-
vidad na Mexico, a cuminza coba den
cercania di Cerro de la Pez pa zuid
di Tampico. | ma

Su promer exito tabata Juan Ca- | pa
poos coriente | Ge






E eae, ma segun e poos taba
na uso si anja ora el a worde or-
dena pa bai e stacion di translada-
mento di Standard Oil Co. di Ind
na Aruba. E tempo net compania a
eaba di corta un apertura door di un
rif cu parcialmente tabata blokea
haaf di San Nicolas y tabata cla pa
acomoda tanqueronan di oceano.

bh



s grandi nabegando e tempo ey, a
2 na Oranjestad pa tuma abordo
aghebber J. F. Quast y otro figu-
|ranan prominente di e isla. E bapor
a sigui pa San Nicolas y tabata di
tanquero di oceano pa dren-
E fecha,
di e




sjano No. 7, e promer
controla cu exito na Mexico.
Februari 1916, e compania a exple
Cerro Azul No. 4, un poos di cual un | promer
certifica cu ta corre) ta door di e Entrada Pariba.
}segun diario di e gezaghe nber
tempo, tabata November 16,
| "Cerro Azul” y un otro
| mes clase, "Cerro Ebano”





geologista a

300,000 barril pa dia.

Gobierno di Mexico a haci un ya-
mada na su ehercito pa yuda e com-
pania controla e poos aki.



hapor di
cual tabata



"Cerro Azul”, un di e tanqueronan |










in keeping with the terms of consti-| ber of what has been called the
tution — a delegate hurried out and Angler” family of fishes of which
returned a few minutes later with; Dr. Beebe found nine species in the
{another man. | Caribbean. All have one thing in}
They strode to the head table | common — tremendous appetites —
where the new-comer — E. F. H. de jand are considered the most vora-
| Vriendt, an executive of the Carib-| cious of surface fishes.
| bean Commission — was introduced.| Mr. Wenglar’s find is called a
| Everyone but the ladies stood while! yellow frogfish, one of the strangest
) a chair was placed at the chairman’s|creatures in the Caribbean. Its
| table for Mr. de Vriendt, then all sat | mottled skin is stretched over a tri-
down to go on with the work of the) j angula ur-shaped body which has aj
association until lunchtime. |broad, flat tail at one end and a
ae aae — cavernous mouth at the other.
From a point between its eyes
rises an antenna-like stem tipped
{with a glowing phosphorescent ball.

Blending into the rocky, mudstreaked
| bottom, the frogfish lies motionless
| while frantically wiggling its antenna
and glowing tip.

Other fish, attracted by the







af Aki

yama segun un otro campo di azeta flash=








na Mexico, a cuminza mantene un) jng jure, swim up to investigate. The
|servicio di dos viaje pa luna entre] f,ogfish opens its mouth and swal-
Aruba y Estados Unidos. lows them.

| E bapornan aki di 100,000 tonelads The Anglers” have been described



her- and



|tabata yega aki cu personal y ead, body appetite.”

as




















ment pa e stacion y despues pa refi-| They are so voracious that two can-

y tabata sali cu carga di crudo|not be kept in the same aquarium

| without one swallowing the other. |

Na 1940 Panama Transport Co., un| The frogfish gets its name from
afiliado di Standard Oil Co. (N.J.),|its appearance to a tailed frog.
a cumpra e bapor y a cambia su nom-| great swimmer, its pelvic fins

ber pa so Providence.” |small but its pectoral fins — looking

Ora Guerra Mundial II a cuminza, something like webbed feet — are

Dareiiariod W avanbal MasetetG relatively large and are used as legs.

With these fins the fish can cling







militar. Na December 19. e tabata
nabegando canto di costa if Italia cu
United



to stationery objects while “fishing.”







un carga di combustible pa

| States vy ora un bombero Aleman | dj e bapor for di Panama Transport
a tira su tanki No. 7 y a traha un|/y ag use’le entre Aruba y Amuay,
buraco atras banda robez. Lago Maracaibo y Costa Oriental di



ados Unidos.

Haci inadecuado door di bapornan
nobo, mas grandi y mas rapido, Esso
Providen a worde bendi Mei 18
|na Industrial Machine Corp. di N.Y.
‘aptan H. F. Byng a tuma over for



a drenta Gibraltar unda| FE
temporariamente y
Itimore, Md.,
na condicion

E_ bapor
nan a dreche’le
despues el a sigui pa Ba
unda el a worde poni
atrobe.

Na 1948 Lago a tuma sub-gerencia | C





to Trinidad and Tobago which| Medical Department a haye'le den lamar na Malmok. E animal aki cu a
dropped out of the association in| yega di worde descirbi como ''solamente cabez, curpa y apetito,’” ta un
1952. The cables expressed the di e clasenan di pisca di mas golos cu tin.
group’s regrets that these two = ee = ———
islands — once the "cradle” of the
association — had not rejoined. A L Pi S rs
bit qua-Lunger isca Stranjo

As Mr. Law read on, the waitresses T b A W. d CG h

reappeared with glasses of cold Turns a les orae oO e

Cerca di Malmok

E. F. Wenglar, un enfermero na
Dispensary y un aficionado di
aqualung, tabata sambuya den la-
mar na Malmok un dia luna pasa
ora el a haya un bestia color geel
shinishi cu lomba halto y como
ocho duim largo paseando ariba
fondo di lamar.

"FE tabata
a haci



un bestia manso. Eno









caso mes ora mi cog

Sr. Wenglar a conta. "Ora mi a
trece’le ariba awa, el a ca dos
stroom di awa y esey tabata tur.”

Segun un buki scirbi door di Dr
William Beebe, famoso naturalista
Americano, Sr. Wenglar
pi stranjo cual ta man
di Judas den su categoria — un pi













cu ta pi otro pisea.

E pisca stranjo aki ta miembro di
e familia di pisca ”Anzuelero” di
cual Dr. Beeb descubri nuebe
}clase den Caribe. Tur tin un cos
aparecido — un tremende apetito —
y ta worde considera di mas golos
entre e piscanan cu no ta biba den
awa hundo.

E bestia cu Sr. Wenglar a haya
yama pisca-dori geel, un di e pisca-
nan mas stranjo den Caribe. Su

cuero mancha ta pasa ariba un cur-
pa di forma triangular na un
|banda ta caba den un hancho
y plat y na otro banda den un boca
manera un cueba.

cual
rabo

For di un punto entre su wowonan
ta sali un steel ra un
cu un bolito phosphorescente na pun-
ta. Sintando ariba fondo di lamar
cual ta tapa su color e pisca ta keda
hunga bai bini antenna y
punta brillante.

mane antenna

su

cu e















E piscanan di familia ”Anzuelero”
a yega di worde descirbi como ”
{mente cabez, curpa y apetito.” Nan
ta asina golos cu dos di nan no por
biba den e mes aquarium cu un
come otro.

E pisca aki ta deriva su nombe
for di su aparecido como un dori. E
no ta un gran landador; su finnan
di rabo ta chikito pero su finnan di
pecho cu ta casi mes cu pia
di dori — ta basta grandi y ta worde
usa como pia. Cu e finnan aki e pisca

ta tene na obhetonan firme mientras

e ta 'pisca.’

S. Stewart, e symbol
schoorsteen
cu verf, e nomber di o Pro-
vidence” a worde kita for di adilanti
y reemplazaé pa "Lisbeth” y e bapor
a sali cu un carga di combustible pa

di Captan W.
di

Esso ariba e a worde







slanan Azores.
For di aya e lo sigui pa Inglaterra
pa worde desarma como hero bieuw







ie






3, Igy

|





1954

June 5,



| Sport Park To Open
Baseball This Month





























ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Gravesande Lo Bai
Lebanon Valley College
Otro September

LVS Dianan Liber | Sport Park - Shell Cricket
Di Desgracia Mas | Matches Will Open Today

Halto di Tur Tiempo








































































The Lago Sport Park will open
ts baseball season this month James R. Gravesande, un di e dos The Lago Sport Park Board|de Couteau, M. Grant, E. Alkins, L.
ith 5 scheduled in three lea- | mucha hombernan cu a_ bai ados| Seguridad ta florece den Lago Vo-| announced last week the names of | Mendez, M. John and A. Perrotte
gues. Teams interested in particl- | Unidos anja pi pa studia ariba| cational School. Siete grupo di stu-| the cricket players who will appeai The selections were made from s
pating in "A,” "B,” “Junior” | cuenta di Lago, lo bolbe pa Estados | giante diariamente ta agrega dianan | for the Sport Park in two matches | group of players who competed in the
mpetition should register with |) Unidos na September pa drenta Le-| i)... ai desevacia na na tord di| With a Shell Sports ciation team | Sport Park’s annual cricket compe-
go Sport Park Board by |/panon Valley College, Annville, Pa.| Be atest aaetes from Curacao today, tomorrow and tition and who were invited to try
B anterior studiante di school di|°¢Sutidad cu ya a surpasa 100 dia} yongay, out for the teams.
ofishi na Lago, kende hunto cu Do-| Pa Studiantenan di promer anja y 150| Representing the Sport Park in a} Last year the Sport Park '
minico Quandt a recibi un beca com-| dia pa studiantenan di segunda y ter-| one-day ‘colts’ match today at the playing the Shell side on its hor
SE RVICE AWARDS pleto di estudio pa un anja na Allen- | cer anja Sport Park will be R. McLean, cap-| pitch, took the ’colts’ match and dre
town High School na 1952, awor ta April 18 y April 28, e studiantenan | tain; A. Clouden, M. Dalrymp'e, J.| the two-day test match. in yea
un empleado den laboratorio di Tech- | di promer anja di 5: y 53-A a al-| Hodge, Perrotte, Clifford Matt-| past the teams will be competing for
20-Year Buttons nical Service Department. canza di 100 dia consecutivo di trabao|hews, W. Shockness, L. Krind, G.|the Crown Life Trophy.
El lo ta di promer studiante di e| sin ningun desgracia industrial di| Daniel, D. Williams and F. Cranston. Last night players from both
Abraham A. Croes school di ofishi di Lago cu ta bai haci | cualkier forma. Ambos grupo ainda Representing the Sport Park in a| groups were scheduled to meet in
Ree. & Ship. - Wharves! yn esfuerzo pa obtene un grado uni-| ta agregando dianan liber di desgra-| two-day test match tomorrow and|ping pong and billiards and thi
Jan Hendrik Rasmijn ; versitario promer dos anja el ta|cia na nan record. April 14, grupo-| Monday will be G. Sealey, captain; | afternoon are slated to play tennis
Catalytic & Light Ends y4sa na Lebanon Valley y e siguiente | nan 1-52, 2-52 y 2-51 a pasa di 150|/G. Straughn, K. Worrell, O. Ifill, L.|-
Dominico L. Dijkhoff i tres anja na Universidad di Pennsyl-| dia consecutivo di trabao sin desgra- hagout Sacre sia Gemielir
Catalytic & Light Ends! ania na Philadelphia. cia, Gruponan 4-51 y tambe a NEW ARRIVALS | CHRISTIANS, Marcelino - Mech. - Pins
Lionel A. Leonard Stewards | gj @ completa e cinco anjanan di| pasa e marca di 150 dia Mei 19 y | VAN DER LINDEN, Jose . Cracking Plant
Marcelo Maduro estudio cu exito, el ta obtene un gra-| Mei 21 respectivamente. E gruponan May 14 pAeeushtes Dolores Mariana,
Industrial Relations Dept. | qo di bachiller di ciencia den Inge-|aki ta tratando pa aleanza 200 dia|WMH4IIAM, John I. - Mech. - Garage: Enger ts age
Theodore Ponson Marine Department pieria Quimico for di Pennsylvania | consecutive liber di desgracia, loke ADAM Ae uuEDhieeMeah eer Sart daugh- | 5 an May 23
Alfonso Quandus Mech. - Welding | y un grado di bachiller for di Le-!nunea antes a logra ningun grupo| tr | ane re: | Tae een mies ie cee
Maximo Geerman Mech. - Garage anon Valley. den Lago Vocational School. BOEXHOUDT, Albeno . Mech, Welding | ROS,’ Simon’ GS" Cat. ® “it. Ens:
Ciriaco Maduro = Mech. - Welding) tabata acepté tambe na Ly-| Ya un record nobo di seguridad a] ,,¢\aushter, Gloria, ig SAM SOOT, Frank - TSD Lab No. 2
Cipriano Croes Mech. - Garage | coming College na Williamsport, Pa., worde estableci caba. E studiante-| "A son, James Samuel, Jr. A son, Michael Steve.
Justiniano van der Biezen New Mexico Institute of Mines and nan, sinjando y trahando cu extremo| ‘SYMP. Serapio - Drydock: A daughter, |) RICH aorta
Mech. - Garage| Technology na Socorro, N. Mex., y|cuidao, a establece un record di tres| CHARLES, James - Mech, - Mason: A son,| A son, Russell Anthony. ce ie
DBI eg noee Mech. - Garage | Hastings College na Hastings, Neb. | luna consecutivo sin ningun desgra-| Maxwell Adolphus. |
mee wv sag sree Seas cia na ningun studiante. John W ST AzGaunEtAg A son, |
lolfo Halpert Mech, - Instrumen i o sah Adin pear iet a ie oe ahs a ory Neil e
Eiias D. Ger ‘Jkocame Gat: & WE" Gertie or riating See ney | a eee ne Utes CODEC DCLOL CU Rag Henilh 1. - Accounting: A daugh- British Consulate
Matthew W. Farrell Mech. - Yard | 'reius H. Kruythoff Commissary | guridad. Cada grupo tin dos monito1 arlene Bo |
3 fh aniiesehled hy AGrareeg pa di Seen a ae eae JOSEPH, Marcus - Lago Police: A son, Hours Changed
| Clive H. Comission Edel, | promove seguridad de : especti- | ilbert St. Clair. |
10-Year Buttons | Serapio I. Tromp i _& L. E./ yo gruponan. Monitornan di seguri-! ,penps, Jan NO econ maalt The British Consulate will be
Frances L. Davis Executive Office | Oo ealdits Petes rs | dad pa e siete gruponan ta: 53-A —| Jan Marianus. : open for the transaction of busi-
Simplicio Koolman Mech. - Paint | Raymond F. Lawrence racking | Sonny Harms y Mario Hanson; 53-B) , 3RAN May, 20 ; ness from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday
Augustine Paul Mech ieee I EARBIEGRIRGGUe Utilities | J y 28°) | ZAMBRANO, Rafael A. - Industrial Rela- i Pp )
Lewis A. Williams Mech. - Carpenter | Stephen Belfon Shipyard | — Betrando de Cuba y Mario Arends;} tions: A daughter, Estrella Elizabeth, through Friday and from 8 a.m.
Elias John Mech. - Yard | Hoentley McLeod Shipyard — Simon Webb y Julio de Cuba; | Pare May ae > to noon Saturday until further
Cyril A. Violenus Mech. - Welding | John M. Halley Shipyard ones - 11... | PONSON. Carel B. - Cat. & Lt. Ends: ; ;
Jacobo Ras Mech. - Pipe | Charles M. Rumnit Mech.-Mason & I — Jose Donata y Simon Kelly; A daughter, Ingrid Mildred. notice.
Charles A. V. Coker Mech. - Garage | Joseph Primus Mech. - Pipe | — Rafael de Cuba y Agapito| VIBE ; ual L. - Mech. - Electrical: ihe vconsulatawall abenmclosea
MecIscicaden | Mach, = Gel Maine. Tees iMedia prectiicamilesteleall ne ccKeipeni Isayas Hernandez y S.| STODDARD, Howard 0. - Mech. - Electri-|]| Sundays and designated public
Jacobo A. Richardson Mech. - Instrument | Clarence Noel Mech. - Paint! Qduber y 4-51 — John Hirshfeld y| ¢#!: 4 daughter, Debra Ann. || holidays.
Altinus Joseph Mech. - Garage | Stella S$. Thomas Mech. - Admin.| A ,: A lh May 22 | 7
James N. Simon Mech, - Pipe | James H. Lloyd Process - Utilties | Calisto Henriquez. SRMAN, Floriano - Mech, - Mason

right,
RBI,



Bob Lemon

eft,

thr



ws right,

5:






yy scalp. Last year they were second best to the Yankees.

:







The Indians are on the warpath! And this time it loc
to wield their tomahawk right through the American Le
starved Cleveland Indians — their only flags coming in 1920 and 1948
this year hope to upset the favored Yankees and walk off with the

as if they mean
nt-



gue. The penna
league

the warriors to do it. Heading the list Rosen

who last year won the league’s Most Valuable

On paper they have is Al |

Player award. He led the |




tm “










league in home runs, runs batted in and slugging percentage with 43, 145 | Manager Al Lopez
and .613. His 1953 batting average of .336 was only one point less than| Chief of ramp g Cleveland
Mickey Vernon who copped the batting crown. Other power hitters who tribe

supply drive to Cleveland’s offense Larry Doby, Harry Simpson, Jim



are













Hegan and Rudy Regalado.
On the mound the Indians have a

formidable threesome in Bob Lemon,

Mike Garcia and Early Wynn. This

trio gained credit for 56 of Cleve-

land’s 92 wins last year. Behind thes«

three are Bob Feller, who for years

was Cleveland's outstanding hurler, Partyapoby

and Art Houtteman, | Jer, bats left, throws right,
For the past few years, the Indians + 1, 182, 102 RBI, .263



on paper have always looked like the












team to beat. On the field it was a

different story, however. This year

they have given indications of also

being the team to beat on the field.

They recently put together a string see na
of 11 straight vietories and as. of MikeuGarcis Early Wynn

May 380 had racked up 14 straight 5 x he either side, throw

rictoria atihomeeinertomabwale ig itcge! ats and throws right, 30 Sled foete (Oe) Aven 17:

sharp now. Will it be at the comple- 6-toot |, 200, won 18 4 ec ‘

tion of 154 games?
eee 7m



peed eed






Jim Hegan Bobby Avila Bob Feller eres Ae
ats and thr ‘ bats and throws right Pitcher, bats and throws right Harry Simpson
ote 195°. 37 (RBI, E27 27, 5 t 175, 55 RBI 35, 6-foot |, 185 WOuiloeh 7 Outfielder, | left, throws right
175, 22 RBI, .227


ARUBA ESSO NEWS



June 5, 1954 1





* :

HIGHLIGHT of the Lago Club May Day festivitie CULMINACION di e festividadnan na Lago Club Mei









May 16 was the crowning of Queen Elizabeth De Vries. 16 tabata coron patie di Reina Eli th oa Vries.
The pert little queen's court includes (left to right) Roy Corte di e reina chikito ta inclui (robez pa drec hi) Ro
Vieira, Indrani Lall, Meagan Kalloo, Ciciel Fortain, Vieira, Indrani Lall, Me Ciciel Fortain,

Chery! Alleyne, Jane Marcas and Edna Tromp. Chery! Alleyne, Jane y Edna Tromp.

Kite ae Ancient
Chinese Passtime

that

China.
Chinese
fathers in-
multi-colored
. But while the
in Aruba are

dat

is

history

Kite flying
far into the
hundreds of

|families, mothe
{cluded, guided
kites through the
| majority of kites we



port
of
entire





and
large



|diamond-shaped, the Chinese kites
For Something New in Kites lez of many designs ranging from





| sprawling lizards and wiggly spiders
| to flowers and insects.

make a hi-flying KITE-BIRO.







As far as size is concerned, it is

Kite-birds are flying in Aruba. Necessary materials are brown |common to see youngsters on |
wrapping paper, thread, twine, glue, a knife for whittling down any a eb as at i ae cane
wood too thick for balance, sticks made preferably of white pine, a es a aie ie peat Tee ee
pair of scissors, poster color paints and waxed paper. wing to wing. The Chinese also use

Follow the drawing while reading the instructions. bamboo sticks with holes in them to























Three-stick kite-bird: The main| - = ae =| sive their kites whistling sounds.
stick is 36 inches long and should be | * strong string SEMEL: 12 | Kites weren’t always platings .
one-quarter inch thick. This 36-inch Attach the tail-string with glue and | They were invented about 400 BC.
stick is “A” and should be placed | String. The length of the tail will | Ty ancient China and Korea they
vertically upon the work table. Eight depend oe the’ air resistance 50 ay were used by armies to carry cables
inches from the top, lay a 30-inch| is impossible _to say whether it ‘acro rivers and ravines so that
stick of the same width in thickness. | Should be 10 feet or 12. Extra tail | soldiers could follow.

This is "B.’ Center ’B” correctly on| Should always be held in reserve in| Sa A as
”A,” measuring the distance saat se it is needed on the field. | rately. Glue and thre ad into position.
tely. When you have the exact cen- ieee stick kite: Those who do not} Tie the sticks and draw the string
ter, glue sparingly, then bind with | Want to bother with the extra effort taut. Slip the string into the notches
thread to hold into place. Six inches | i" shaping the picture-wire can make | starting at the top. If your picture
from the bottom of ”A,” place hori-|# simple two-stick kite. You can use bird is ready and painted, place it
zontally a 12-inch stick, this is ’ the same one-quarter-inch width in|on the frame and paste. The bridle
shovid be the same thickne | the two-stick kite and you can make | has two strings, one attached to the
round head < it smaller than the three-stick,| long stick and one to the cross stick.

”A” and ”B.” For the





the top of the wings, use picture- making your long stick 26 inches and| Attach your string 12 inches from
wire, bending it into two curved the cross stick 22 inches. Notch the|the kite to the bridle. You can, if
peaks for the wings. The picture-|¢nds of the cross stick and long! you wish, add tail feathers of crepe
wire is ’D.” Wind ”D” securely on| Stick. Place your cross stick 7'4|paper and a crest of the same
both ’A” and ”B” watching your| inches from the top, centering accu-| material.
proper balance weight.

Lay the completed frame upon

3 SICK KITE

your wrapping paper and trace yow
bird pattern, leaving a good one-inch |
margin from the picture to fold over
on the frame later.

Doing the Face

DOTTED LINES,
PICTURE WIRE












The Kite-bird is supposed to look
like a hawk, having dark red eyes
and a black hooked bill. The head,
neck and lower parts are gray, the
wings deep black, the legs let.
The eyes will look more realistic if |
they are cut out and waxed paper
circles pasted over the back. This
waxed paper should be red. Now
affix waxed paper pupils colored
black in the front. Let the paint dry

thoroughly and then press the one-
inch margin your
glue thin and evenly. If you are using
liquid glue be sure to diluted it with
for the paper. This
rainst any excess weight.

over frame and

is




warm W:
to guard

er







e You will need two strings for the

bridle, one string on ”A” the other

string on ”B.” Bring both strings

it the top center point of

Take a loop in the string

so the distance from the kite to the

knot will be about inches. The tail
may be made of scraps of paper, z

folds and tied to



doubled in narrow
















‘It Began in Frankfurt

How Sausages Turned
Into (Ymm) Hot Dogs












































































Hans, the butcher, had a busy day
before him. He looked at the meat
that had to be converted into
sausages, In Frankfurt, Germany,

100 years ago a butcher shop had to

provide many kinds of spiced and

smoked sausages to please its custo- !
mers.

But Hans was tired of making the ’
same old rolls of sausage. He won- |
dered if German housefraus were not |
tired also of cooking the same old |
thing. |

He shook his finger at Schnorkel,
his pet Dachshund, who sat expect-
antly on the sawdust floor of the j
butcher shop. "This morning we will
make something different! To be | |
sure, we will make all the old kind |
of sausages first. Then we will make |
| a new one.” |

Schnorkel barked with enthusiasm.

He was a smart dog who well knew

| that sausage making day provided a

greedy little dog with many choice! ,

bites. famous. Who knows? Let me see, I

"Ah then, you are in favor of the shall call it a frankfurter, because it
|new sausage?” his master is made in our town of Frankfurt. '
|”When it is ready I will give you a| Now I must stuff the sausage into
|taste and then you shall give me|¢#Sings. Wait! I have wonderful
| your opinion!” idea!” q

In Honor of a Dog Hans stuffed the sausage meat into t

Hans, the butcher, went to work. small casings and tied them off into 4
He boiled choice beef with a new|Shert links. "Look, Schnorkel,” he é
selection of spices. Then he chopped | @Â¥8hed. "This new sausage shall be
he meat into bits. He stirred and shaped just like you!”
| tasted. It was good. Remembering The Dachshund barked loudly as if f
his promise to his pet, he threw a he accepted the honor. yn
| morsel to Schnorkel who was still The new sausage did become po- 8)!
|under foot in the shop. pular with German housewives. When ‘
| How do you like this new sausage, the frankfurter was introduced into
|hein?” the butcher asked. the United States, however, it really i

Schnorkel gobbled. Then he barked | found its place in the world, for here,
loudly. Then he managed to arrange Some six and a third billion are '
his funny long body and short legs | Consumed annually.
into a sitting position. He begged The name frankfurter is still used, 4 1
politely. but the most popular name for the !

Hans, the butcher, laughed and|sausage that was concocted in honor i
threw hi another bite. "Then you a little Dachshund is now the
approve? This sausage may make us| ”hot dog i

ri

«cl

Algo Nobo Den |

| . . |
| Trahamento di Vlie ‘|

Awor ta tempo di vlie na Aruba. Material cu bo tin mester pa traha |
e clase di vlie aki ta papel pa plak, linja, lijm, un cuchiw pa bo pareha
e latanan, lata, sker, waterverf y papel di was. i

Sigui e prenchi mientras bo ta leza e direccionnan: |

Vlie di parja; E lata mas largo mester ta 36 inch largo y un cuarto ¢
inch diki. Esaki ta ”A” y mester wor- | - = = ,
de poni verticalmente ariba e mesa di vlecht of panja bieuw. Largura di ¢ a]
trabao. Ocho inch for di su punta ari- | "bo ta depende ariba resistencia di |
ba, pone un lata di 30 inch di lar- SUS Vasa ee ODO? bisa cuanto bo ,
gura y mes diki cu di promer. aki | t@ bai tin» mester. Sinembargo, per- }
Pe » Centro ’B” exactamente ari-|CU"@ pa semper bo tin un reserva di i
ba ”A” midiendo e distancia cu cui-|'@b0 na man por si acaso bo tin
dao. Ora bo a haya e centro mare'le. | Mester di dje.

Seis inch for di punta di ”A”, cruza Vlie di cruz: Esnan cu no Kier tu-
lun lata di 12 inch cu ta mes diki cu|â„¢4 tur e molester pa traha cu w 1]
4M) Pa eo cabez rondo y elas |boe traha un simple vlie di cruz 1
lanan, usa waya fini. E waya fini ta|/@tanan mester ta mes diki cu pa e
marca ariba e prenchi como ”D”,|Promer vlie pero bo por hacie’le mas
Mara ”D” bon duro na faye 6k chikito BUDO et SOLE OE SUeTI BL
teniendo cuidao pa bo mantene ba-|U" lata di 26 inch y uno di neh.
lanza propio. Pone e lata mas chikito 744 inch for

Pone e curpa completa ariba bo/4i Punta ariba di e lata grandi
papel di plak y corta rond di dje la-|Mare’le bon. Pasa linja rond y des-
gando como un inch na banda pa do-| PUCS plak tom tin dos linja, un |}
hia: mara na e lata grandi, uno na e chi-

Wrahaadoe: Cars kito. Mara bo linja 12 inch for di «

; vlie pa e tom. Si bo kier bo por traha

E parja_mester Sali TRB TEL AT pluma di rabo of fronchi pa e parja
valk, cu wowo corra scur y un piek

: usando papel crépe.
preto dobla. E cabez, nek y partinan
abao ta shinishi, e halanan preto, e
pianan roos. wowonan ta_ parece
afor y papel di was worde geplak
banda atras. E papel di was mester |
ta corra. Awor pone papel di was il,
pinta preto adilanti pa e popchi di 4
wowo. Laga e waterverf seka com-
pleto y despues caba di plak. Si bo :
ta usa lijm liquido, percura pa kita
loke cu keda ariba e papel cu un :
panja cu poco awa caliente. Esaki ta|Q - Only seven players have rack he
pa kita peso exce up a total of 3000 hits in the hist« 4

Bo tin mester di dos linja pa e tom, | of modern baseball, yet two brothers ||},
un linja ariba ’A” y uno ariba ”B”.| once achieved the remarkable com- .
Trece tur dos hunto den centro ariba | bined total of more than 5000 hits. “Sh
di e vlie. Tira un konopi den e linja|Can you name these brothers? ld
asina cu e distancia for di e vlie pa) A - Paul and Lloyd Waner, as ‘

e konopi ta mas of menos inch.| mates on Pittsburgh’s Pirates, di
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