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Aruba Esso news

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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Aruba Netherlands Antilles
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Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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November 6, 1954
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VOL. 15, No. 23 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TR



ees DacEres Extra
Thrift Plans Contribution

More than 6900 employees who participate in the Lago Thrift Foun-
dation, Overseas Thrift Plan and Officers Provident Fund will benefit
from the company’s additional contribution announced this week. Over
Fls. 3 million will be shared by more than 99 per cent of Lago’s
employees who are participants in the thrift plans.

The
who will benefit from the extra con-|

he thritt|Lago ta Declara

oe sai 6089 will receive | Contribucion Extra

additional credits. | x
ihoamonntintarcds bywernt ent Gneslihnitteelan

ployee varies according to the amount |

largest number of employees|

tributions are in Lago



2s cu 6900 empleado cu ta par-
FE Lago Thrift Foundation,
plan savings during the | Overseas Thrift Plan y Officers Pro-
Of the 99 vident Fund lo recibi beneficio di
participate, 89 per cent contribute| contribucionnan extra di Compania

the employee has put into the thrift |
: |t den



past
cent who

year.

more than per



10 per cent of their salary each pay|cu a worde anuncia e seman aki.
period. These employees, an over-| Mas cu Fs. millioen lo worde
whelming majority, will receive from| parti door di mas cu 99 por ciento

the company the equivalent of 6% |i e empleadonan cu ta participan-



per cent of their normal earnings. eee de a ys thrift tarry '
5 aes t | & cantidad mas grandi di emplea-
The Fls. 3 million figure is in ad- : aoe a
donan cu lo recibi beneficio di e
dition to the amounts contributed
| contribucionnan extra ta den Lago
ch pay period by the company to], 7). 7 ‘
: ; ‘ Thrift Foundation den cual 6089
h participant’s thrift account. Che “
miembro lo recibi credito adicional.

I
will have c
count a fir





ich employee who is in the plan
eantidad parti pz

lited to his thrift ac-| ; i
ops »-| do lo ria dependiendo ariba cuan-
ed sum of Fls. 25 plus 65| ea
empleado a contribui

cents for each guilder he i : é
buted onthe: plan during su thrift plan durante ana pasa. Di



cada emplea-








cada den



as contri- |
the past










year, e mas cu 99 por ciento cu ta par-
eosin a) ; | ticipa, 89 por ciento ta contribui 10
yr example, a man _ making hs :

Fls. 400 a month, with 10 per cent of oo ciento di nan sueldo cada PSs
his pay going into the plan, has con- gov sGL Pago: empleadonan aki,
tributed Fls. 480 in a year. At the|° _ta den mayoria enorme, lo re-
same time the company’s regular con- cibi ao di compania e equivalente
tribution of three per cent has added di 6% por ciento di nan sueldo
Fls. 144 to this employee's savings | "°"™ £ ne :
during that time. Now, as an addi- E 3 millioen aki ta en adi-

7 clon na e sumanan cu ta _ worde

tional company contribution, this man
gets 65 cents for-ez
tributed, 312,
fixed sum, of Fls.

contribui ed



la periodo di pago door
-| di Compania na credito di cada par-
ticipante,



ch guilder he con
plus the Fls. 25
337. Added to the
regular monthly amounts, this makes



or

Cada empleado cu ta participa den








a total of Fis. 481 that the company . n pee bi un suma fiho di
has added to his savings over the past}, ~~” ¥ acer ae 85 (cents pa cada
year. florin cu el a contribui den e plan
F durante aia pasa.

Por ehemplo, un homber cu ta
Fls.1500 Contributed gana Fls. 400 pa luna y eu ta con-



tribui diez por ciento di su pago den
e plan, lo a contribui Fls. 480 den
un ana. Na mes un tempo contri-
| bucionnan regular di compania di
| tres por ciento lo a agrega Fls. 144
5,000 to the || 2# Teserva di tal empleado. Awor,
Employee Relief Committee last ||°22 Un contribucion adicional di
week. This money and contribut- | |C2â„¢P#nia, e empleado aki ta recibi
ions that came in after the initial Sb cents pa cada florin cu ela con-
announcement were given to the tribui, Sole BOs as ele
Aruba Helps Aruba Relief Com- |fiho, of total Fls. 337. Conta hunto

cu contribucionnan regular mensual

mittee, |
| (Continua na pagina 6)
—$ $a s



To Relief Committee

Lago employees, rising to the
aid of their flood-ravaged neigh-
bors, contributed Fs,





























ABORDO di H.M.S. van Speyck,
108 mucha homber, mucha muher
y instructor di Stuyvesant Col-
lege na Curagao a yega Aruba

ABOARD the H.M.S. van Speyck,
108 boys, girls and instructor

from Stuyvesant College in Cura-
gao arrived in Aruba Oct. 18 for
a three day visit. At left the war- Oct. 18 pa un bishita di tres dia.
hip nears the whart in Oranje- Banda robez e bapor di guerra ta
r Lago's Main acerca waaf na Oranjestad. Abao

nan ta bishita Main Shops.










d. Below they

Sh







November 6, 1954

Vote Dec. 8, 9, 10

Non - National
Group Loses

One LEC Seat

A reduction in Lago’s non-natio-
nal forces, caused by the company
commitment to a policy of maxi-
mum national employment, has al-
tered the relative percentage of the
two employee groups to the point |
that non-national employees will
lose one seat on the Lago Employee
Council and national employees |
will gain one in the annual election
next month.

The current council is made up of
five and three non-national
representatives. When the council is
installed following the Dec. 10
balloting, there will be six national |
and two non-national representatives. |
the council
cup’s percentage of
regular employee |



national





Representation on is
based on each ¢

the total staff






















| guided tours through the center.



Newsmen, Doctors First
Medical Center Visitors

Employees, Families, Public To Tour
Dispensary Replacement Nov. 14-18

Lago’s new Employee Medical Center, a Fls. 700,000 project devoted
to daily employee care and constructive medicine, will make its debut
Novy. 11 when newsmen and a group of Aruba doctors tour the building
which will replace the present dispensary.

The following day the Lago Employee Council, the Special Problems
Advisory Committee and the Foreign lie Ee
Staff Advisory Committee will take |







It is air-conditioned throughout, has
such innovations soundproof,
shielded room for hearing and electro-

as a
The one-story, T-shaped structure















force slusive of confidential, j.| Will be open for i inspection by |cardiagraph examinations, is equipped
ministrative employees; supervisors; ; Other employees, their families and| with its own telephone exchange and
Lago Vocational School students and | the general public from the 14th to! has one section specially equipped to
temporary employees. the 18th. The next three days will | handle emergency cases.

Under the terms of the Working be used to move records, equipment The center’s front door faces the
Agreement, the council is composed and furniture from the present|/ Main Gate road. Inside is a combi-
of eight members each of whom re- | 4iSpensary and the center will £0 Into | nation lobby-waiting room. Patients
presents 1245 per cent of the total|°Peration Nov. 22 as one of the| wil! yeport to a record desk at the
eligible staff and regular employee modern industrial medical in-}jef; of the waiting room and be
group. At the time of the 1953 LEC lations in the Caribbean, | J |directed to the proper clinic by a
election, national employees composed With 12,000 squaye feet of floor | -eceptionist stationed next to the
65.77 per cent, non-national employees Ce) We center is larger than the | record desk.

34.23 per cent. 18-year-old dispensi y it rep.aceS| The center includes four clinic
his percentage entitled non-na- | 2" will provide — where the former | Pyye¢e will be used for d y-to-day care



three
terms

tional employees tc
Under the
Agreem¢

represen- |

of the
t, a percentage
of the
e entire
rounded

tatives.
Working
total one-hal
12% per cent of tl
employee group was



ovei required
eligible

up to







give the non-national employees an
additional representative.

By Oct. 1 of this year — the cal-
culating date set in the Working
Agreement — the cut-back in non-
national forces had reduced that



group to 27.47 per cent of the total
eligible group and raised the national
forces to 3 per cent.

By that date the non-national
percentage was eligible for two rep-
but it
not over one-half of the 12% per|
cent required for an additional rep-
resentative not eligible for
three.

As a result of the representation |





resentatives — because was

was

(Continued on page 2) |

dispensary did not medical atten-

q of refinery employees. The fourth has
tion for

been equipped to implement the Me-
dical Department’s long-range
gram of "constructive medicine.”

In this clinie physicians will con-

How, When to Visit |duct their toxicological examination
New Medical Center | of employees engaged in such work

as lead burning and light ends hand-
| ling, pre-employment physical exami-
nations, periodic health examinations
and spe problem restricted
duty ¢

Dr. R. Turfboer, a

women employees.

pro-







The Employee Medical
Center will be open for inspection
by Lago employees, their families
and the general public from Nov.
14 through Nov. 18. Hours will be

new

ial or





it to Chief















:30 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. | Center Physi ian Dr, R. 3race, is
sitors’ passes will be tilable || OW in the United Sta ta ing

at the Main Gate. Pedestrians will advanced cour in |} ychosomatic
be given pases at the Lago Police medicine, a science which treats witht
Department office. One-trip stick- j bodily . nproms of mental Pe: eee
ers will be attached to the wind- |than physical — disturbances. Dr.

| Turfboer will handle the special pro-





shields of automobiles carrying . ; ici
foe ce ; -) 1 || blem cases in the preventive medicine
visitors. Visitors’ cars will be EUS "i vey
; 7 rogram.
accommodated in the center’s || P ;
eI The center also includes a_phar-



parking lot. |
| (Continued on page 7)
a









Aruba Esso NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Curacaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.1.



No Need for Payday Poverty

Some Lago workers are returning home penniless on payday.

These men are primarily losing their wages through exces-
sive drinking. They are being “rolled” — stripped of their
cash — while unconscious, losing it carelessly while under the
influence of alcohol or spending it all on drinking bouts.

Seven Lago employees reported the loss of their wages to
San Nicolas police following one recent payday. All told the
same story. Each man, headed home with his pay in his
pocket, stopped for a drink. One drink led to another. The
second led to a third. Their memory of specific events began to
fade. Eventually each told of waking up in a doorway or alley,
his money gone.

Carelessness with money is not confined to payday, nor is
excessive drinking. One man, who had received his termina-
tion settlement that day and cashed the check, was picked up
intoxicated from the gutter by San Nicolas police and found to
have Fls. 11,000 in his pocket.

Another man, picked up the same day in the same condition,
had over Fs. 8000.

The consequences of drunken carelessness are obvious. Fa-
milies of these men, to whom a drink is more important than
safeguarding their money, are forced to scrape along on a de-
pleted budget. Others face the loss of the security toward
which they have worked for years.

One precaution may put an end to the increasing number
of cases of payday poverty: Take your money home before
you do anything else.



Bo Por Jega Cas cu Bo Pago

Algun empleado di Lago ta jega cas sin placa ariba dia di
pago.

E hombernan aki ta perde nan sueldo primeramente pa mo-
tibo di bebemento demasiado. Nan ta worde horta — of sea
roba — ora nan ta for di tino, perdiendo esaki bao influencia
di alcohol of gastando den paranda di bebemento.

Siete empleado di Lago a reporta perdida di nan placa na
poliz di San Nicolas despues di un reciente dia di pago. Tur a
conta e mes storia. Cada uno di nan, na camina pa cas cu su
sueldo den saco, a para tuma un bitter. Uno a bira dos. Di dos
a bira tres. Nan memoria a cuminza nubla. Eventualmente ca-
da uno a spierta dilanti porta of canto di camina, su placa a
bai.

Tratamento sin cuidao cu placa no ta socede solamente ariba
dia di pago, y ni tampoco bebemento demasiado. Un homber,
kende a recibi su pago di retiro e dia y a cobra e check, a wor-
de haya door di poliz di San Nicolas borachi canto di camina y
nan a descubri cu den su saco el tabatin Fls. 11,000.

Un otro homber, haya e mes dia den un condicion similar,
tabatin mas cu Fs. 8,000.

E consecuencianan di bebemento demasiado ta evidente. Fa-
milianan di e hombernan aki, pa kende un bitter ta mas impor-
tante cu percuracion pa nan placa, ta haya nan mes obliga di
sigui lucha den necesidad. Otro mester enfrenta perdida di e
seguridad pa cual nan a traha tanto anja.

Un medida por pone un fin na e creciente cantidad di perdi-
da di placa ariba dia di pago: Hiba bo sueldo cas promer bo
haci nada otro.



Votadornan ta Haya Tempo
Liber Dia di Eleccion pa Staten



Empleadonan cu tin derecho di! Empleadonan cu ta munstra incor-
vota den eleccion di dia 15 di No-| rectamente of kende su nomber no
vember pa Staten di Antillas Ho-| ta inclui ariba e lista ta keda avi-

landes lo worde dund tempo liber
cu pago pa cumpli cu e funcion ci-
vico aki.

Pa obtene derecho ariba e privi-)
legio aki, empleadonan mester po-
see carchinan oficial di vota y mes-
ter ta traha un periodo di trabao

sa pa presenta nan carchi o
vota na nan superiornan. E
lo haci arreglonan necesa



e )

tocante tempo liber pa

estableci den dia entre 8 a.m. y| Mester tuma contacto cu nan supe-
6 p.m. — e oranan oficial di vota —| Tornan.
ariba 15 di November. Empleado-

nan cu ta cai den e categoria aki
lo worde dispensa for di trabao pa
dos ora consecutivo di trabao cu
mantenecion di pago completo.

E tempo liber aki ta worde ge-
plan door di cada departamento en}

Oranan di Consulta
Pa Hospital ta Cambia

Cu entrada di Noy. 15, oranan
di consulta na clinica general pa





relacion cu necesidad di trabao y,| famili I e
* . . . amulla a ag 5 a a:
en cuanto posible, conveniencia di at i a ae opel al 8 Ms
laluna pa asabra — 8 a.m.
e empleado. ¢ Pi ates A
i 1 te 10:30 a.m.
; cue Sener Ben en di poate ead Oranan di servicio ariba Dia-
eF, LO;DONE arpa) Bu porch ‘a eee domingo y dianan di fiesta ta ke-
cio un lista di tur su empleadonan|| ga mescos — 10 a.m. te 11:3
conoci como votador y e oranan du-|} gm,

rante cual cada uno ta bai vota.}





E lista lo keda ariba e borchi for
di Noy. 8 te Nov. 15, inclusivo. Em-
pleadonan cu tin cualkier pregunta
votamento









uncontrolled

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

|
|
| Editor
Aruba
| Dear 8



Recently, the harmful drug known
as marijuana has become the subject
}of much discussion in Aruba. Its
| illegal possession, transportation and
use by smokers has led to convictions
in the Court of First Instance and
jail sentences for a number of per-
sons including four employees of the
|Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

The offenses against the 1:
important but the very s f
on the individual smo
and the very brutz
marijuana smoker may commit while
under the influence of marijuana are
far more important to the individual
and to the residents of this island.

Since marijuana and its effects are
not well known to people, I
peeve that the following information
concerning marijuana will be of much
value to your reade

Marijuana is made from the leaves
of a plant known as Cannabis Sativa
and is smoked in the form of ciga-







most




jrettes. The same drug is known in
many parts of the world as “hashish.”

The plant is a weed which grows

readily in warm and semi-warm cli- |
mates without cultivation. It requires |



no special preparation or processing



in being converted from the simple
plant leaf to the dangerous and

intoxicating simple cigarette.

For these the control of
the growth, distribution and use of
marijuana is very difficult for gov-
ernment and law enforcement agen-
cies. The ordinary citizen, therefore,
legitimately becomes a _ controlling
agent and has a personal responsi-
bility to destroy all known Cannabis
Sativa plants and a moral obligation
to report to lawful agencies the
known handling or smoking of
marijuana.

The use of marijuana is dangerous
to the individual and to the commu-
nity. It may be eaten or it may be
smoked. When eaten, the effects are
the same as when smoked but the
action of the drug on the person is
much slower than when smoked.

The most rapid effects from
marijuana are obtained by smoking
the drug and inhaling the smoke.
When marijuana smoke is inhaled,
the dangerous effects from the drug
may develop so rapidly that the in-
dividual intoxicated before one
single cigarette has been smoked.

Even very small quantity of
marijuana may produce severe symp-
toms of intoxication, raving fits and
the desire to commit serious crimes.
The marijuana smoker loses control
of his muscles so that he cannot make
normal movements. His heart beat is
increased, he has a ringing sensation
in his ears, his head feels full of
“heat,” he may become dizzy and he
develops the feeling of cold in the
hands and the feet.

With increasing amounts of mari-
juana smoke, he will become severely
ill, vomit, and finally into a
restless sleep accompanied by very
ange and fantastic dreams

The effects of mariju on the
smoker’s mind are more serious than
the effects on his body. In the earl
the marijuana smoker will

reasons,



is

a

go









stages,




heartedne
After this
mental excitement

and



leads to
laughter,
s and severe




wild and fal
confusion as to time and space.

The smoker’s hearing particu-
larly affected and sounds and voices
are distorted and magnified. Ideas
and thinking become greatly confused.
The ng of only a few minutes
often seems like the passing of many
hours. The marijuana victim loses all
personal control over his will power
and his actions.

In the later stages of marijuana
intoxication, the victim has ’’spells”
or raving fits. He has hallu
and illusions, complete false and



is

















develop an unnatural feeling of light- |
and personal importance.
there follows a period of
which

ions |

Marijuana User Dangerous,
Medical Director Warns

*



Aruba police wound up a two-

year investigation last month
when they secured convictions
against eight men for selling or

using marijuana. Four of the men
were Lago employees. They have
been discharged for violating a
posted offense.

Police said the convictions broke
up a ring which had been selling
"several hundred cigarettes a
month” throughout the island.
Found guilty in the Court of First
Instance, the men were sentenced












to from one to six months.

It was late 1952 when police
officials first suspected mari-
j a — known in the Far E. as

ish” and found in the hemp-
Cannabis Sativa bush — was

being smoked here.







They arrested several young
men for starting savage, unpro-
voked s fights. The police
thought at first the men were
intoxicated, but could find no

evidence they had been drinking.
Called in to quell several more
brawls, the police began to suspect
from the savagery of the
assaults — that the attackers were
using narcotics. They asked the
Lago Medical Department to exa-
mine several suspects and, though
no evidence admissible in court
was found, the medical reports
tended to confirm their suspicions.
The police then opened an ex-
haustive investigation. They com-
piled a file of those arrested for
fighting. Repeaters” on the list
were followed. Police discovered
cigarettes could be purchased on
street corners, in bars, from shifty
men in dark alleys. Analysis
showed them to be marijuana.
Then the police got a break.







untrue, which are so terrifying to
him that he may run wildly about,
fight with people, commit brutal
attacks against people and may even
kill his best friend. In this advanced
stage of marijuana intoxication, the
smoker loses all memory of what he
has done and does not recall the
brutal and hideous crimes which he
may have committed. When the
effects of intoxication wear off and
jhis normal mind returns to him, he

still must be responsible for the
crimes and sadness which he has
created.

The marijuana smoker is especially |
dangerous when driving an automo-
bile since he has no sense of distance,
ion or speed and lacks the co-
ordination of his muscles necessary
for driving. The marijuana smoker
is equally dangerous to fellow em-






| dir





*



Four Employees Found
Guilty in Drug Case



November 6, 1954



*

They arrested a 22-year-old
youth, a one-time resident of Co-
lombia, on a burglary charge.
Under questioning, he admitted he
had staged the theft to get money
for marijuana cigarettes. ;
Questioned further, he admitted

had once the plant
Colombia, rolled the ground-up
leaves into cigarettes and shipped

he grown in



them to Aru for sale.
Police checked his story and
found that marijuana cigarettes



were still being smuggled into the
island by members of the
sailboats which ply between Co-
lombia and Aruba. The
the cigarettes to "shove for
cents each. They in turn sold them
to for Fils. 1 each, a 100
per cent profit on each ci
Certain that marijuana
being smuggled into the island, the

crew





sailors sold




50



users



arette.

was

police questioned the most fre-
quent offenders in their file of
fighters. Some of them, caught
with the tell-tale cigarettes in
their possession, confessed.

Their statements led to the

crack-up of what police termed a
"well-organized ring that, it
believed, had between 50 and 100
regular customers.”

The men were convicted under
a Netherlands Antilles law which
sed on an international
control agreement. Under
law those arrested in con-
nection with narcotics may be
jailed immediately and — unusual
in the Netherlands Antilles penal
code — are not eligible for bail.

Maximum punishment for a first
conviction on narcotics charge
is four months in jail or a Fls. 1000
fine. Second offenders are left to
the mercy of the court.






a

will be no ill effects to him as an
individual and he will return quickly
to the normal and decent person he
used to be.

A serious warning to marijuana
smokers is the following: It i fact
that while the marijuana smoker may
stop smoking marijuana at any time
without harm to him, the continued
use of marijuana will lead to narcotic







addiction. After a period of time,
marijuana no longer gives the user
the fantastic and unnatural sensa-



tions he desires and so he begins to
use heroin, morphine and other opium
derivatives.



He then becomes a true narcotic
addict and from this condition, re-
covery is the rare rather than the



usual end result.
Yours very truly,
R. C. Carrell, M.D.



|ployees in a location such as our}
refinery where his uncontrolled and |
| maniacal actions may lead to explo- |
sions, fires and the breaking of |
| safety rules established by the com- |
| pany for the protection of employees |
and equipment. |
When it is realized that an other- |
wise normal employee may go for a}
|few minutes to toilet locker
room, smoke one or more marijuana |
cigarettes while therein and return
to his job completely changed to the
status of an incoordinated, mentally
disorientated and sometimes maniacal
employee, the dangers of |
marijuana should become very plain
to you as a reader of this letter.
The Medical Department has been







a o1



serious





asked about the treatment of a} election to be run in conjunction with
marijuana smoker. Since marijuana/the regular election. Non ional
does not produce an addiction such| Representatives G. FE. S. aughn



as morphine, opium, ete., no tr
ary for the mariju



ment 1s nec



smoker. He needs only to stop smok-| resentative on the current council,
ing marijuana cigarettes! If he stops) B. K. Chand, completes his term
'smoking marijuana cigarettes, there! Dec. 31.

and Mem
their two-

employee percentage.



No non-national member will be
elected, though candidates for first
alternate to the non-national side of

the council will be nominated for a by-

to serve. The third non-national rep-

Medical Director

| LEC Seat Lost | |

(Continued from page 1)
change, voters this will

yea elect

four national, no non-national mem-
bers of the council.
Up

for contention will be seats
ed by Council President J. Eras-
Vice-President F. H. Ritveld
G. Giel, who complete
r term Dec. 31, and the
national seat created by the shift in



Vv



mus,





ind S. E. Howard each have one ir









November 6, 1954

ARUBA ESSO NEWS







Humador ta Perde Control





Director Medico a Bisa

Di Marijuana ta Peligroso

bierno y instancianan di enforza ley.
E ordinario ciudadano, pesey, ta bira
legitimamente ta bira un instancia di
|control y tin un responsabilidad per-

Recientemente, e perjudicial narco-| sonal pa strui tur matanan Can-
tico como marijuana a bira}nabis Sati y un obligacion moral
obheto di hopi discusion na Aruba.| pa reporta na agencianan di ley tur
Su posesion illegal, transportacion y | casonan di tratamento y humamento
di marijuana cu el sabi.

Redactor
Aruba Esso News
Distinguido Senor:






conoci



uso door di fumadornan a conduci na
conviccionnan den Corte di Promer Uso di marijuana ta peligroso pa
Instancia y sentencianan di prison pa|e individuo y pa comunidad. E por
incluyendo cuatro) worde comi of huma. Ora come’le, e









algun persona

empleado di Lago Oil & Transport efectonan ta mescos cu ora hume’le

Co., Ltd. pero accion di e narcotico ariba e
ofensanan contra ley ta impor-| persona ta mas gradual cu ora

tante pero e efectonan muy serio ari- | hume’le.

ba e humador individual di marijuana I efectonan mas rapido for di

y e crimennan sumamente brutal) marijuana ta worde obteni door di

cual e humador di marijuana por co-! huma e narcotico anto inhala e hu-

mete mientras bao influencia di mari-;ma. Ora huma di marijuana worde

juana mucho mas importante pa e|inhala, e efectonan peligroso di e





rvesidentenan di e isla narcotico por desaroya na rapido
cu e persona ta embriaga promer cu
el caba di huma un cigaria henter.

Hasta un cantidad masha chikito di

individuo y
aki.
Como marijuana y su efectonan no

pa





ta bon conoci na majoria hende, mi



ta kere cu e siguiente informacion to-| marijuana por produci serio symp-
cante marijuana lo ta di mucho valor} tomo di embriaguez, delirio y e deseo
na bo lectornan. pa comete horrendo crimen. E huma-











Marijuana ta traha di foyonan di|dor di marijuana ta perde control di
un mata conoci como Cannabis Sa-|su musculo asina cu el no por haci
tiva y ta worde huma den forma di} movecion controla. Su batimento di
cigar E mes cotico aki ta co-| corazon ta subi, el ta haya un fluit-
noci hopi parti di mundo como} mento den orea, su cabez ta manera

“hashish.” E planta ta un mata cu ta! ’cayente” paden, su cabez por cumin-
den climanan calor of semi-calor
sin cultivacion. no ta requeri pre-
special of proceso den
for di un simple foyo pa e
peligroso y intoxicante cigaria.
Pa ¢

cemento,

erect



di frio den su man y pianan.

Cu mas huma di marijuana, el ta
bira severamente enfermo, braak, y
por fin bai un sonjo intranquil acom-
motibonan aki, control di cre-| panjé pa sonjonan masha stranjo y
distribucion y usamento di| fantasti

ta dificil pa go- E



paracion su



cambic



ico.
efectonan

marijuana masha di marijuana ariba

Malcolm, Locker, v/d Arend
Help Brazil, Japan Refineries

Three Lago employees will be on] Fls. 100,000,000 refinery which will
hand when a new refinery in Brazil | do visbreaking, reforming and
and a hydroformer in Japan go on| thermal cracking of light and heavy
stream early next y | gas oil.

J. F. Malcolm, nt division Mr. van den Arend, a veteran Cat
superintendent in the Mechanical De-| Plant supervisor, will as a
partment, left Oct. 30 for Cubatao. | stillman during the "come up” of the
Hendrik van den Arend, shift fore-|hydroformer. During his four-to-





serve

serve in



an instructor cracking
The refinery located

some 300 miles south of Tokyo.

operations. 1s



Hospital Clinic
Hours Changed

Effective Noy. 15, service hours
at the Lago Hospital general
family clinic will be:

Monday through

|| 8 am. to 1 0 a.m.

man in the Process | Sunday and _ holiday services
Department, left hours remain unchanged — 10 a.m.
Oct. 28 for Tokyo. to 11:30 a.m.



Saturday

H. v/d Arend J. F. Ma











za draai y el ta haya un sentimento |



| five-month loan period he will also |

di;

E humador
marijuana ta mes tanto peligroso pa
companjeronan di trabao den lugar- |

{musculo pa _ corre

nan manera nos refineria unda su}





4 Empleado a

Worde Sentencia

accionnan sin control y delirioso por |
Sa Oo r causa explosion, candela y violacion | Pa Marijuana

di reglanan di seguridad estableci
door di compania pa proteccion di|
empleadonan y herment. |

Ora hende realiza cu un empleado |
5 normal por bai algun minuut den un |
mente di e humador ta mas serio cu! exeysado of cuarto, huma uno of mas |
e efectonan ariba su curpa. Den pro-) . garia marijuana y regresa na su
mer fasenan, e humador di marijuana |trabao cambid henteramente den un
ta desaroya un sentimento innatural estado di un empleado incoordina, dis-
di liher y importancia Per | orienta mentalmente y algun vez de-
sonal. Despues di esaki ta sigui un lirioso, anto e serio peligronan di
periodo di excitacion mental cu por marijuana mester ta claro na bo co-
causa harimento sin control y Por) mo yn lector di e carta aki.
nada, sensacionnan bruto y falso Y| Departamento Medico a worde pun-
severo confusion en cuanto ta tempo} t.4 tocante tratamento di un huma- |
y distancia. 3 | dor di marijuana. Como marijuana no
| Tendemento di e humador particu- |ta produci un vicio manera morphine,
larmente ta worde afecta y zonido y opio, ete., tratamento no ta necesario
voznan no ta klink Ideanan y pa e humador di marijuana. Solamen-
pensamento ta confundi. Pasamento/t, 6] mester RianMMentinate cere
di solamente algun minuut ta mane-| marijuana! Si el stop di huma e ci-
| Ae venue! a ora. a pacts fe ees | garianan aki, i no tin ningun mal
juana ta perde tur control personal) efecto na dje como individuo y el lo
ariba su poder di voluntad y su bolbe liher na e estado anterior di
acclonnan. ed persona normal y decente.

ee * subsequents poe adi ae Un serio spiertamento na humador- |
toxicacion di marijuana, e victima ta |nan di marijuana ta lo siguiente: Ta |
consegui ilusionnan delirioso. E] tin an, Hecho Sal men ieeere eeanoe dt
hallucinacion y ilusionnan, completa- marijuana por stop di hume'le tur
mente falso y inreal, cual ta asina| 4). sin mal efecto ariba dje, e uso
horrible pe cu el por corre pa locos) continuo di marijuana ta hiba na vi-
bringa cu hende, comete atakenan | aig jarcotico. Despues di un periodo
brutal) contra’ otro_y hasta por pee di tempo, marijuana no ta duna e
su mehor amigo. Den e fase avanza | usador mas e sensacionnan fantastico
| aki di embriaguez, e humador ta per-| y innatural cu el ta desea y anto el
desmiemoriay completalya sg aoe re-!ta cuminza usa heroin, morphine y
|corda e brutal y horrendo crimen cu otro derativo di opio. 4
|el_ por a comete. Ora e efectonan di| “Anto el ta cria un berdadero vicio
intoxicacion reduci y su tino normal | narcotico y for di e condicion aki, re-
regresa, sinembargo, ainda el mester | oupe Marae BR Sira iD nO tencoctte
sponsable pa e crimennan Yori cuadoeeinall .
tristeza cu el por a cau |
| Particularmente e humador di mari-
juana ta peligroso ora el ta corre
un auto pasobra el no tin realizacion
di distancia, direccion of velocidad y |
ta falta e necesario coordinacion di ‘











real.













| para r





Dr. R. C. Carrell,

Sinceramente,

Director Medico



|Voters To Receive
October Rain Time Off During

| Was Heaviest Legislative Election
In 25 Years Lago employees qualified to vote

in the Nov. 15 election of the Legisla-
tive Council of the Netherlands An-
tilles will be granted time off with
full pay to perform this civic func-

| Last month more rain fell on Aruba

than in any October since 1929, Lago







| laboratory records showed. A_ total] tion,

| of 9.18 inches, much of it concen- To be entitled to this privilege, em-

trated in the week following hur- |ployees must have official voting

ricane "Hazel’s” passage, re-| cards and must be working an esta-

corded in the laboratory’s rain| plished day shift between 8 a.m. and

gauges, 6 p.m. — the official voting hours —|
The heaviest rainfall in any pre lon Nov. 15. Employees falling into}



vious October occurred in 1933 when
6.67 inches were reported.

Last month’s total not the
larg since the laboratory started
totaling rainfall in 1929, however. In|
November, 1944, the gauges showed
a whopping 12.10 inches.

Other near-record rainfall months
were November, 1938, when 11.85
inches fell and December, 1950, which

| this category will be excused from
|work for two consecutive working
hours with full pay.

This time off will be scheduled by,
ach department in relation to the
work load and, to the extent possible,
the convenience of the employee.

Each departement, in accordance
| with law, will post its bulletin |
board a list of all known qualified}
had 11.92 inches, The 25-year average| voters and the hours each is schedul-
for October was 1.98 inches up to this ed to go to the polls. Employees who
rear. The lightest October fall| 27 not correctly listed or who are
| not listed at all are advised to pri

was




on




































On Nov. 13, H. V. occurred in 1940, .21 inches. Rese La : een

Locker, assistant | = ——— eee their official voting cards to their

division superin- | = awe foremen. The foremen will make the

tendent in Proc | y arrangements. |

will leave for Cu-| © | list will be posted from Nov.

batao, | i 8 through Nov. 15, Employe who

Mr. Malcolm and | |) ; have any questions regarding the

is Mr. Locker have|| time off for voting procedure should

a been loaned for s “| contact their supervisors. |

months to Petro-|

Para toclon’ cee ee ONE Humble Oil Co. and two
een be Veena CORI: Standard Oil Co. (N.J.) employee

pany which is building a 45,000- |

barrel-a-day refinery at Cubatao.

Mr. van den Arend has been loaned | i
to the Standard-Vacuum Oil Co.
which is building a hydroformer at |
its Wakayama refinery.

Mr. Malcolm will rve as an|§
advisor on mechanical and mainten- | 7
ance organization to Col. Jacinto |
Monteiro, superintendent of the Bra-
zilian refinery which is located some
seven miles from Santos. |

Mr. Locker will serve as a techni-
cal consultant to Col. Monteiro
during the initial operation of the



























relations executives, on a tour of ||
Caribbean operatio visited
Lago last month. R. H. Horton
(right), Humble's employee rela- ||
tions manager and W. B. Maloney
(center), of Jersey Standard's em- |
ployee relations department, look ||
over a Public Relations Depart-
ment display with R. W. Schlag-
eter, assistant department mana- ||
ger. Behind Mr. Schlageter is O.
E. Gredler, of Jersey Standard's

employee relations department.













Poliznan na Aruba a conclui
un investigacion di dos anja lu-
na pasa ora ocho homber a wor-
de haya culpable na bendemen-
to of usamento di marijuana.
Cuatro di nan tabata empleado di
Lago. Nan a worde kita for di
trabao pa cometemento di un
grave ofen

Poliznan a





declara cu e con-
viccionnan a kibra un ring cu
tabata bendiendo "varios cientos
cigaria cada luna’ den henter e
isla. Haya culpable dilanti Cor-
te den Promer Instancia, e hom-
bernan a worde sentencia for di
uno te seis luna di castigo.

Tabata na fin di 1952 ora ofi-
cialnan di poliz a sospecha ma-
rijuana originalmente. Esaki ta
conoci den Lejano Oriente como
“hashish” y ta un mata.

Nan a aresta varios hoben cu
a principia algun peleanan sal-
vaje sin ningun provocacion. Pro-
mer poliznan a kere cu nan ta-
bata bao influencia, pero nan no
por a haya evidencia cu nan a
bebe.

Ora poliznan tabata worde ya-
ma pa caba mas peleanan, po-
liznan a cuminza sospecha — for
di brutalidad di e eventonan aki
cu e atakadornan tabata usa
narcotico. Nan a pidi Departa-
mento Medico di Lago pa exami-
na varios hende bao sospecho y,
maske ningun evidencia admiti-
ble den corte a worde descubri,
e reportajenan medico tabatin in-
clinacion pa confirma nan sospe-
cho.

Anto poliznan a cuminza cu
un investigacion intensivo. Nan
a compila un archivo di esnan de-
teni pa bringamento. "Repeti-
dornan” a worde sigui. Poliznan
a haya sabi ecu cigarianan por a
worde cumpra na skinanan di ca-
ya, den barnan, for di homber-
nan sospechoso. Un analysis a
munstra cu nan tabata marijuana.
Anto poliz a haya e oportunidad.







Nan a aresta un hoben di 22
anja, un anterior residente di
Colombia, ariba cargo di robo.

Den verhoor el a admiti cu el a
comete e ladronisia pa haya pla-
ca pa cumpra cigaria marijuana.

Ora nan a puntre’le mas leuw
el a admiti cu un tempo el ta-
bata cultiva e mata aki na Co-
lombia, foyonan na ciga-
ria y manda nan Aruba pa bende.

Poliznan a check su storia y
deseubri cu ainda cigaria mari-
juana tabata drenta aki pa con-
trabanda pa medio di tripulante-
nan di barconan di bela cu ta
tira viaje entre Colombia y Aru-
ba. E tripulantenan tabata ben-
de e cigarianan pa_ cincuenta
cents pa uno. E hendenan cu ta
cumpra e cigaria tabata bende
nan na usadornan na razon di
Fls. 1 pa uno, un ganashi di 100
por ciento ariba cada cigaria.

Siendo segur cu marijuana ta-
bata drenta aki pa contrabanda,
poliznan a interroga e mas fre-
quente ofensornan ariba nan lis-
ta. Algun di nan,
garia den nan pc
i:

Nan declaracionnan
den loke poliznan a
ring bon organiza cu
encia, mester tabatin
y 100 cliente regular.”

E hombernan a worde senten-
cia ariba base di un ley den An-
tillas Holandes cu ta basa ariba
un tratado internacional pa con-
trol di narcotico. Segun e ley es-
nan aresta en coneccion cu nar-
cotico por worde imprisona mes
ora y — desconoci den codigo pe-
nal Antill Holandes no ta
eligible pa libertad bao fianza,
Castigo maximo pa di promer
conviccion ariba un cargo narco-
tico ta cuatro luna den prison
of un boet di Fls. 1000, Ofen-
sornan pa di segunda vez ta ke-
da entrega na clemencia di e
corte.

lora e











cogi cu e ci-

sion, a admi-





resulta
yama "un
segun cre-
entre 50

















THE LLAMA, tireless Andean beast, serves the present day Indian as faith-
fully at it did his forefathers centuries ago.

E LLAMA, un indescansable animal di Andes, ta sirbi e Indian di awendia

mes fiel cu e tabata sirbi su antecesornan.

A, acontinent South America has a distinctive
type of charm developed over centuries of full and rich
living. The southern continent abounds in a type of
history unlike that of the other five. This distinctive
charm, unparalleled history, lends a fabulous atmos-
phere to the entire continent. Taken country by coun-
try, each presents a past most fascinating — almost
unbelievable; a future of tremendous potential develop-
ment.

Verification of this might well begin in Peru —
historically speaking, as rich a country as can be found
in the Western Hemisphere. One whose past has for
years challenged the endeavors of historians and ar-
cheologists, been subjected to minute scrutiny by de-
termined students and an object of fascination to wide-
eyed, almost unbelieving tourists.

For in Peru can be found Cuzco, known as the
cheological capital of South America” and the only
city in the continent where may be seen evidence of the
meeting of two worlds; Machu-Picchu, the magnificent
stone city that is Inca architecture at its best,

"ar-

anc

Lima, capital of the country and city of one million in-
habitants.

A city of
Spanish colo-
nial pomp,
centuries olc
temples, co-
lonial mans-
ions, row af-
ter row of sil-
ver shops, ca-
ta coms and
legends galo-
re is the capi-
; tal of Peru.
f i \ But while it is
{ } , steeped in

. touches of
THE Aymara Indian inhabits the past to
Lake Titicaca region.

which it atta-
INDIANNAN di tribo Aymara ta

ches much im-
biba den region di Lago Titicaca.



the

portance, Li-
ma, neverthe-

‘x rsa iin

THE CHURCHES of Peru are masterpiec



es of beauty. A typical churc
facade is this one in Arequipa built about 1750.
E MISANAN di Peru ta obranan maestral di belleza. Un gever typico di

misa ta esaki na Arequipa trahé na mas of menos 1750.

ARUBA E



O NEWS



Cae

MACHU-PICCHU, e

ra poni a



less, does not live in the past.

It remains united with its glorious heritage and is
proud of it, but not to the degree that would impede
progr For in Lima one can see the most modern
and imposing structures rising in the foothills of the
Andes while standing in a romantic baleony once used









by gracious senoritas of the 18th century
Lima — much like the country of which it is the
capital — is beyond comparison.



Peru, bordered north, northe and east by
Colombia and Brazil; southeast and south by
and Chile and west by the Pacifie Ocean, is able tc
trace its history back approximate BC. An
advanced social order, the one best known, developec
about the 11th century in what some
to as the Sixth Peruvian Epoch.

This order — which was the result of the Inca tri-
be’s domination — continued its development through
the 16th century and was still advancing v
by Spanish conquistadors. The social order, was the
fabulous Inca Empire — the Empire of the Sun.

Superlatives are required when referring to the an-
cient Inca Empire because of its advanced civilizatior
and immense wealth. Operating from their capital in-
Cuzco, the Incas ruled what is now Peru, Bolivia and
Ecuador and parts of Colombia, Argentina and Chile.
Their leader was the Inca, Son of the Sun. Adoration
of the sun is still part of the ious rites of many
Peruvians today as attested by sun idols adorning se-
veral inland temples.

Under the rule of the Inca and the sun, it was be-
lieved that everyone was born to a definite station.
The members of the empire worked at their particular
stations as best they could for the Inca. Almost no onc
suffered pangs of jealousy, malcontent or professional
injustice at the hands of a compatriot. Each worked
without thoughts of advancement, for there was none.

No one ever contemplated improving his lot since
under the Inca system no one ever wanted for any-
thing. The Inca saw to that.

All members of the empire had a specific duty. And
duties under that advanced civilization could have
meant working in the fields of economics, agriculture
political or social systems, engineering and metallurgy
Under their notable system of
economics everything in the
empire was accounted for. Sta-
tistics were kept by means of
cords of different colors knott-
ed to represent numbe This
procedure has also been attri-
buted by some historians cer-
tain mnemoic qualities of prac-
tical value in the absence of a
written language.





to T00



historians refer

hen crushec
















ruyes



h

MACHU-PICCHU, the roofles capital es aaa oe Empire, was built with

stones so perfectly fitted no mortar was needed.





A COUNTRY of tremendous potential, Peru ha
are Lima at night, the 22,334-fo





capital sin dak di Imperio di Inca, tabata trahé cu
3 perfectamente cu no tabatin mester di kalki.

With this simple-sounding yet complicated device the
welfare of the entire empire’s populace was recorded.
Everyone labored at his particular task and produced
for the Inca and his court, for himself and to fill the
storage bins against a poor harvest. Complete prospe-
rity was maintained by exchanging produce, materials
and talent throughout the empire. If one section had
what another didn’t, exchanges would be made to in-
sure all subjects the necessities of life. And under the
Inca regime it was a peaceful and complete life that
seemingly knew no ire or want.

High on the list of Inca accomplishments were feats
in architecture, engineering and metallurgy. As archi-
tects, Inca ruins in Cuzco, Machu-Piechu, Pisak, Ollan-
taytambo, Pachacamac and hundreds of other sites have
long astounded tourists and students of the arts. Tre-
mendous temples stand majestically, defying explana-
tion of how they were constructed.







Temple walls in Cuzco stand today as solidly as they
did hundreds of years ago. It is interesting to note that
many of these walls and foundations were constructed
of tremendous block stones weighing as much
tons each and fitted so perfectly that the thin ec
a razor blade cannot be slipped between boulders.

These structures have withstood the violent
land convulsions and upheavals of Peru’s many earth-
quakes while later period
these very same Inca foundations — have crumpled.

The ruins of Machu-Picchu, sometimes referred to as
the "Lost City,” are marvels of Inca architecture. This
roofless city is made up of magnificent pieces of ar-
chitecture in temple buildir
with imposing stoops and stair , terraces
utility buildings, and buildings of scientific nature such
as a solar observatory where Inca mea-
sured the year and tracked the passing celestial bodies.
Constructed entirely of stone, this greatest of all Inca
archeological finds was uncovered by Yale University
Professor Hiram Bingham in 1911.

One of the marvels of the Inca Empire that remains
today and, in some cases, is still used, is the irrigation
system that honeycombs the An The Incas raised
their crops and tended their herds in the valleys and
steep mountain passes. They farmed on terraces run-
ning up the sides of the mountains and irrigated by the
extensive channels cut through the terrain. Because of
their length and distribution they are consic
of marvel as are so many examples of Inc
ture and engineering.
metallurgy as in all other fields the Inc
advanced. The Inca knew the seer
r and the extraction of mineral from ore.
silversmiths and goldsmiths had no peers. All reaches
of the Empire of the Sun and particularly its Cuzco
capital were lavishly decorated with gold and silver.



as 1



of



ral

same

construction — some on






forms of two-story







astrologers















a architec-







; were
ts of
Inca











modern cities, laden m

Huascaran Mountain

ore







puntains ar

and Aquayita River jur

November 6, 1954

HALTO den Andes ta

D
”

land of cer.

dynaw :

Unfortunately, their ak), ,
from the surrounding J), 4
tals into gaudy ornam\ |...
downfall.

Word of the treme} \,
reached couriers of the\yo,
appeared on the shores|,,.,

cious metals
the Spaniard
in gold and silver, he s
liking. With the fail of},
a Spanish colony. Late)...
point of Spanish rule |,
manners of gracious S}jjj,;j

The conquest of Per
co Pizarro. It began ir),,
of Peru in 1532 and e) it),
Cuzco in the Southern | 4}
Pizarro it was the cul, ,
some 10 years previou he
Incas.” The Pizz

tones.



Lees











Pizarro was strander,,
coast of Colombia in 4,
gold with little success , p:
South American caree pad
lowers with him at the wy,
Panama, Pizarro took Iq
sandy beach. He invite’ of
remain with him to cig,

1

a









1954

November 6,



Quechua Indian chief.
hefe in



aki di tribo.

ru

rful pacst-

L
I

«

» Vorid.
sj2ru in search of th

f

I
U

future

o extract gold and
id turn the preciou
as a cause of the Inca

silver
me-

wealth of th
The

empire
Spaniard soon
pre-
But while
ss a fortune
und living in Peru to his

re so bountiful.
was to ama



ica Empire, Peru became
as to become the focal
ith America steeped in
living.

accomplished by Francis-
at the extreme north
the capitulation of
following yea

de.
vith

's the
jn of





or
a search originated

||he "Golden Cities of the

with bi

3 one “arre over-
ne Isle of Gallo off the
}le was seeking the Inca



vr| UN PAIS di tremende potencia, Peru tin ci
hibi den anochi, e Seroe Huas

3S particular phase of his

had 50 half
When help z
rd and drew a line on the
of the 50 who wished to

Thirteen crossed the

aurved fol-
ived from









BUILT early in the 7th caine this Jesuit temple “shows the rich, colonial
paintings that adorn many of Peru's churches.

TRAHA na principio di siglo 17, e templo di Jezuita aki ta munstra e bunita
pinturanan colonial cu ta dorna hopi misanan di Peru.

line. These same 13 were listed by Pizarro as founders
of Lima.

Before the capital’s founding, however,
complished a feat shrouded by mystery.
Peru in 1532 and with some 200 conquered an
empire composed of ten million and guarded by vete-
ran armies. The Spaniard had firearms and _ horses,
both never before seen by the Inc but, it would
seem hardly advantage enough for 200 to offset ten
million.

It wasn’t. There were otner re ns. It was partly
due to internal warfare with Atahualpa’s sovereignity
being contested by his brother, Huascar. It is a
lieved that the indian people did not show any r
terest in fighting. For the vast majority, the a
of the "conquistadores” could only mean a change of
masters. With past that involved numerous wars,
many of the conquered earlier by the Ir
watched the aniard with attitudes
mixed with fear impressive bearded
supermen o1 riding animals never

Pizarro ac-
He entered



men




















indians



approach of the §
(at the
semidivine ¢



ight of
atures








seen before and using unbelievable firearms) and in-
difference (as to the possibility of a change in sove-
reigns which could not improve their own state of su-

bordination).
The Inca lost much of his trea
but legend also has it that



sure to the Spaniard,
much w destroyed and







hidden by members of the race. Of the hidden treasu-
res, stories popularly circulated throughout Peru
have many fabulous caches stowed a y in the hig-



hest reaches of the
descendants of the
treasures’ safekeeping
is the Inca’s ra
typical of the
and Peru.
With the conquest of the Inca Empire by Pizarro, he
kidnapped the chieftain, Atahualpa. The
a large room filled with gold and silver the height of
Atahualpa’s chest. The Incas quickly rounded up the
needed amount of precious metals and were in the pro-
of delivering the fabulous load when they learned

Andes and under constant guard by
t Inca family charged with the
Among these hidden treasures
legend of the Inca ransom is
many, many intriguing stories of Lima





om. The







ransom was







cess

the Spaniard had killed their leader. The ransom
quickly became another treasure the invading foreigner

did not get.
rro selected
capital. This
One of his
a seo de Pi-
nment palace
rro built his

With the Inca Empire under control, Pi
the left bank of the Rimrac River for hi
was the beginning of Lima. The
first moves was to build "La C
The beautiful, imposing gove
now occupies the exact location where Pi






zarro.”






home. The original structure, enlarged with the accre-
tions of Peru, served as the for viceroys for
more than 300 years.

Pizarro next started the construction of the Cathe-





dadnan moderno,



seroenan y







ran di 22,3334-pia y mondinan Aid Ric ° Meee

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

dral of Lima on the west of the main plaza, now known
as the Plaza de Armas. The original cathedral begun
by the Spanish soldier of fortune was razed and ano-
ther constructed on the same site. It too was razed and
in 1657 the Cathedral that now stands on the plaza was
started. It seems fitting that the remains of Pizarro en-
closed in a glass crypt should lay in the Cathedral on
the site he chose for Lima’s first Christian house of
worship.





little of Lima’s
so he died. He

Lima’s founder
growth.

actually saw very
Pizarro lived by the sword and
was killed in 1536, one r after the city’s establish-
ment. Befitting his character, he made his end histori-
cally dramatic. As Pizarro descended a stairway in his
two-story home, he we sted by enemies who, so
the legend relates, raced across the plaza and into the
ruler’s home.

Their number was 10,
kill two before succumbing to the rz
slumped to the floor he cried, "Jes
floor he traced a cross with his fingers, kissed it
fell dead.

Over the










AS ac

but Pizarro still managed to
in of blows. As he
” On the bloody
and





next three centuries Lima and Peru expe-
rienced relative comfort and peace. During the 17th
century pirates riding Pz * waters made Callao, the
major port of Peru, a regular ranine stop; so much so
that Duke de la Palata, viceroy at the turn of the 18th
century, had a wall constructed around Lima to fend
off pirate advances.

During this period, Lima lived in colonial — and ro-
mantic — pomp. Each viceroy concentrated on building
and usually the construction program began with a
church. While Lima has been referred to as a City of
Kings, it might just as easily be called the City of
Churches. There are over 150 churches, almost entirely
of Roman Catholic faith.










Every church in Lima is breathtaking. In addition
to large main alters at the head of the churches, they
all have series of altars on each side. Untold amounts
of gold and silver adorn altars that sometimes extend
as high as 50 feet. In one church stands a large statue
of the Virgin. The statue has over 50 dresses that are
constantly changed and cared for by a woman parishio-
ner charged with this duty.








So fabulous are the jewels
that adorn the Virgin’s robes



that the figure is rolled into a
room to the rear of the altar.
Here it spends the nights while
guarded by a male parishioner
who sleeps in the This
same church has a silver cross
that stands approximately two
and one-half feet high and is
filled with diamonds. Such la-

room.



BULLFIGHTING holds a high place in Peruvian spectator sports. Shown is
Lima's Plaza de Ocho built in 1785 by Viceroy M. Amat.

TOREAMENTO ta ocupa un lugar halto den deporte Peruano. Munstra aki
ta Lima su Plaza de Ocho trahé na 1785 door di Viceroy M. Amat.





THE CATHEDRAL of Lima is one of the



vish appointments are the rule, not the exception, in
Lima’s many churches.

It was in the 16th century that the first book and
newspaper were printed in South America. Publication
took place in Lima. The book was ”Pragmatica” and
the newspaper, the famous "Diario de Lima.”

And so it was until the beginning of the 19th century
when upon the Peruvian scene entered the two South
American liberators, Generals Jose de San Martin and
Simon Boliv:











The liberation movement in South Amer deve-
loped toward the end of the 18th century. After years
of smoldering it flared openly on Mens , 1810, in

Buenos Aires. Under the leadership of San Martin, an
Argentinian, the revolution spread through Chile and
Peru. From the north came Bolivar. Both men drove
their forces toward Lima, the center of Spanish rule.



San Martin proclaimed Peru’s independence July 28,
1821. Bolivar led the emancipation struggle to a vic-

torious end in 1924,

From the time of its independence, Peru’s
have concentrated on developing the countr produc-
tivity in an effort to support a rather fragile economy.
To this date, no ~
Peru’s world- .

leaders













le as
imports out-
weigh ex-
ports, but
there is a
marked _ ten-
dency throug-
hout the pre-
sent year to-
wards a bal-

ance of trade.

Peru is en-
dowed with
bundance
of natural re-
a Out

(Page 6)



INDIAN) women carry children |
and goods on their backs.
MUHERNAN Indian ta carga yiu

y otro articulo ariba lomba.

source










oldest temples of Christian wor-

ship. Its site was selec by Francisco Pizarro.
E CATHEDRAL di Lima ta un di e misanan mas bieuw di adoracion
Cristian. Su sitio tabata selecté door di Francisco Pizarro,







Fls. 400 Top Award

Fls. 1660 Prize



By 31 Employees with Ideas |

Thirty-one employees had ideas a
of their thinking shared in Fs.
to Fils. 400. F. Croes of Mechanica
down the top award. His accepted
20-inch manways on evaporation tc
earned him F 400,

Other high awards went to Mrs. N.
Willems-Dirkmaat, former E meen
Office employee, Fls. 300; S.
DeWeese of Mechanical Cui
tion, Fls. 200, and R. Martin, Mech-
anical Administration, Fls. 100. Other
follow:











winners

Accounting Department
»ppenfeldt



A. G Fis. 2!



Executive
N. Dirkmaat (Miss)

































1660 that meant

ARUBA ESSO NEWS
‘Three Incumbents,
Two New-Comers

Shared On Park Board

Three incumbents



and two new-

comers were elected to two-year

| terms on the Lago Sport Park Board

ccepted last month and as a result |}ast month. The incumbents were

awards from Fls. 20|H, s.
1 — Yard was the man who took
suggestion to construct two new

Figueira, Damian Tromp and
La Cruz. Newly-elected
aan W. (Janny) Brok

Jose

were
and









owers in 9, 10 and 12 visbreakers Anthony Perrotte.
| Mr. Figueira drew 1749 votes, Mr.
|Tromp 1572, Mr. La Cruz 1385, Mr.
ICY! Award Helps Brokke 1186 and Mr. Perrotte 1181.









Holland Household | Vernon T. Morgan, with 1162 votes,
| was elected alternate.
Mrs. Nellie Willems-Dirkmaat, for-| Other members of the board are
Executive Office employee, is)R, &, A. Martin, Juan Briezen, Andres
sily furnishing part of her Roer- Geerman, Raymundo Kemp _ and
mond, Holland, home with the profits Mateo Re Their terms expire
of an idea she first coined last year.) Noy. 1, 1955. :

In fact, the current profit was in the
form of a supplemental award rec
ed in Holland to my great surprise,”

iv-

3 Presente Miembro,








































November 6, 1954





| Defending Champions Upset |














































B. Meyer (Mrs) wrote Mrs. Willems-Dirkmaat. ey
C. V. Watkins It was the former Miss Nellie Dirk- 2. Nobo Eligi den
Marine Department maat, stenographer II, who received
J. S. W. Rudd an initial award of Fls. 600 for sug- Sport Park Board 5 4 4
Mechanical Department gesting a change in the handling of | \ Rpts Tbe has ' METAL TRADES, 1953 champion of the Lago Sport Park annual Knock-
Administration committee minutes. A year later the pe 5 membros actualy COs Novo out Football Lournament, Got bumped last week when it lost — 4 to 2 —
, ae Dutch housewife Mrs. N. Willems-| a sali eligi pa termino di dos anja 3 / °
L. DeWeese Fis. 200] 7. : 2 By Ae ince to Carpenter-Paint. Here the Metal Trades goaltender, a substitute
Mech. - Field Coord. - Install tray | Ditkmaat received a supplemental|den Lago Sport Park Board luna een eieboee ; g ender, a pstitute
supports ER MT OOre : ib “” | award of Fis. 300. ”I never expected | pas miembronan reeligi tabata| M9*&S 9 eng block of a Carpenter-Paint scoring try by Al =}
Reet 2 Fis. 190| this award. It will be used to help| H. Figueira, Damian Tromp y| [romp. Other tournament results to date are Machinist |, Ele 0;
I. R. - Safety - Publicize certain |fUish my home.” Jose La Cruz. Miembronan nobo eli- Pipe 4, Process |.
iene showed Lone Safety Annual | If the company continues to benefit Pe case : es Ww. (Janny)| METAL TRADES, c campeon pa 1953 di e torneo a
Report. from an original idea, the CYI pro- 3rokke y 4 nthony Perrotte. futbol bao auspicio di Lago Sport Park Board a word ;
Tape Uianr | gram is set up to pass along supple- Sr. Figue a haya 1749 voto,| eB :
. P. Viaprec | ae es % : Sa mee perdiendo 4- 2 contra Carpenter & Paint. Aki e |
D. G. Leid ‘mental awards to the suggestor| Sr. Tromp 1572, Sr. La Cruz 1385,| i ta Hi Id
A. J. C. Brouwer regardless of affiliation or location.| Sr. Brokke 1186 y Sr. Perrotte 1181.| " invaller, ta tira un uitval di un esfuerzo di Carp
eae iics Vernon T. Morg: c 62 v | door di Alejandro Tromp. Otro resultadonan di e rs neo te awor t+
ae , Process Department | rnon T. Morgan, cu 1162 voto, a fel i
“ Carpenter PAD Meta on Fls. 50 | Worde eligi como reemplazo. | Machinist |, Electrical 0; Pipe 4, Pr Fils
Means eee nea Mis. 30) Mech. - Garage - Cranes - use "Steel| tro miembronan di e board ta
Pen Slectrica Horse” boom supports R. E. A. Martin, Juan Briezen, An-
x Arends % ans + r . .
3 J. Thijse PJs. 25 | dares Geerman, Raymundo Kemp y .
M. K lijk s B. ieehi at 20 Mateo Reyes. Nan termino ta caba Manera Be bo Bishita TresEmpleadodiLago
M. Krozendijk ane ae 2 a N 1, 1955. ~ 5 a
eenee Geackin ov. 1, 1955. Centro Medico Nobo ||| Lo Juda Refinerianan
* S. Fingal Fls. 20 B Centr re ae
Instrument eae E Centro Medico nobo pa em- .
H. G. Violenus wre L.O.F. ; pleadonan lo ta habri pa inspec- Den Brazil y Japon
P. - Cracking - Reseal pitch fuel | © ie eee ia Fls. 20 Thrift Plannan cion door di empleadonan di La- || Se eee err as ;
gauges with water instead of cly- echnica Service Department go, nan familianan y publico en res empleado di Lago lo ta DiES
cerine during Gen. Insp. le Rae Pn SAB COTE ee yest (Continua di pagina 1) general for di Nov. 14 te eon ora hate nee ao, na ae
C. Geerman Big by sare 5 , Fis. 20] 4 Nov. 18. Horanan lo ta 2 pa 4:30 He y uM nye ro. oxmer na Japon ha-
Machinist ene Z rocess Design : | di Se ooo ie eae oe p.m. y 6 pa 8 p.m. a? [bri operacion na principio di otro
7 oe Tames sal Seems . 80} total di Ss. 481 cu compania a Permisonan pa_ bishitantenan || 2 s
nM ecrMeaeRCa cnn Rees proved sy ecern J. V. Ellor mia . 25) agrega na_ reserva di tal empleado|] jo ta disponibel na e Main Gate J. zk Malcolm, assistant sisaRa
i BB ic Utilities | durante ana pasa. Hendenan canando lo worde du- || Superintendent den Mechanical De-
of releveling pumps & other equip- W. E. Alberga Fls. 50 Tanto empleadonan di refineria na eeecoe a oficina di Lago partment, a sali Oct. 30 cu destino
ment. ae Mech. - Electrical - Install ground|como di marina ta recibi beneficio|| Polies. Permiso pa auto, cu ta || P2 Rio de Janeiro. Hendrik van den
ok Paint fs detector at gasoline pumphouse east! di distribucion di tal creditonan. E|| pon pa un biaha so, lo worde |Arend, un shift foreman den Pro-
C. Romney Fis. 20| bus feeder. \plan ta dunz leadons e-| . : 5 . cess Department, a sali Oct ya
: R peas ese ieee a duna empleadonan un me-|} poni ariba windshield di autonan || C©S° “ePs SEES Es pe
Bae Yard | J- V. Eder Fls. 30| dio pa spaar regularmente, y na mes|} cu ta transporta bishitantenan. Tok Ariba Nov. 13, H. V. Locker,
BP. Croes , Fls. 400! R. Somaru : Fls. 25| tempo esaki ta aumenta nan reser-|| Autonan di bishitantenan lo fee stant division SunemnU nang den
Construct two new 20” manwa Fire va considerablemente pa medio di|]| worde accomoda den e_ stand- Process, lo sali ve Rio.
evap. tower 9, 10 & 12 Vis. Units. | A. J. Creft Fls. 20°e sumanan cu compania ta agrega. | plaats di e Centro. Sr. Maleolm y Sr. Locker a wor-
de presta pa seis luna na Petrobas,
— un compania di gobierno Brazileno
cual ta traha un refineria cu capa-
Per L d of | . cidad di 45,000 barril pa dia na Cu-
u-Lan ntrigue | | batao.
Sr. van den Arend a worde presta
|na Standard-Vacuum Oil Co. cual ta
(Continued from page 5) j tains herders tend their alpaca! it so desirable is the cold Humboldt |trahando un hydroformer na su re-
its workers are handicapped in reach-| flocks. This superior quality silky) Current which comes from the An- |finena di Wakayama.
ing these resources and in subsequent wool is in demand throughout the) tarctic and chills the western coast of é a Deon o uncon come Ye:
transportation of products. This is| World. It brings high prices and Peru) South America as well as holding off ae eoe eek oar aetes Rae
; Gentes - antenecion na Col. Jacinto Mon-
due to the topography consisting of | is, for all intents, the only exporter| rain, Then too, tremendous banks of sLoreRDIJK Ripart A. = Crackiige A teiro, superintendente di e refineria
desert, mountains and forest. The| of this wool. anchovy provide the birds with food. mee oy eaters - Machine; A son 3ra ileno cual ta estableci como sie-
desert of Peru lines the coast; next! The oil industry has long been of) And so the birds come, the guano con-| ps ed , ; te milla for di Santos.
* ‘ is Bee PAS ‘rancisco R, - Accounting; A i es
comes the tremendously high Andes| considerable importance since oil is| tinues, and Peru yearly exports mil-| AlbarticosDieninte aa Sr. Locker lo funciona como con-
which make up about 40 per cent of| still available for exportation. Natio-| lions of tons of fertilizer. NIRS October 10 LE: A son,| S¢hero tecnico na Col. Monteiro du-
Peru; then the densely wooded jungle| nal requirements, however, now ab- The most important part of Peru-) is Beltrant |rante operacion inicial di e refine-
Me, ae 2 +t st of tt : : : ory : | NDUS, Aloysio - Welding: A daughter. | yjq di Fls. 100,000,000 cual lo haci
comprising some 57 per cent of the| sorb most of the country’s production.| vian economy is agriculture. Large Olga Luciana aaa 4 ‘ef boa a errrey
country. Transportation must wind| Interest in the oil industry’s future is} sugar and cotton plantations dot the| ,;pnprs . eto MarinerAvuan Iie es aa 4 ear ; y ; bide
5 2 eae OO ease ee a ea CRE gas oi er visa.
So gs ¢ four’ > -| rising fast these ZL 5 ryside along w arms rO- G ze Michael es P
gyervergundiand through) the mou SE aa eeaenenc on Yeo mouna stay onl | eCUn EV alae igus pears eery a0 {. Juan - Marine Office: A daugh- Dos empleado di e refineria na

crude jungle

tains and plow along
roads.

The Peruvian government is ma-|
king strides to open up the jungle re-|
with extensive roads through
the Most notable of these
projects is the Trans-Andean High-
way which provides a connecting link}

gions



mountains.

over the mountains to Lima.
The mining industry has long been}
Peru’s main support. With the excep-|
tion of platinum and tin, the country
abounds metals. It is
fourth in world production of gold
and silver while first in South Ame-
rica and for many years has been the!
world’s leading vanadium producer. |
The Andes are dotted with mining
concerns that represent capital from|
all over the world.
Mining doesn’t hold
the Andes. Quite importe int to Per
the wool industry. High in the moun-



in precious

a monopoly in
u is

| are



companies have conces viding the two chief export products.
Tea, tobacco, coffee wheat and
are also produced in large quantities.

It’s a fast growing country. It is
one that has the resources with w hich|
to grow and the people vigorous
enough to develop with the country
It’s a pleasant
Peruvians

the most}
active being in Peru’s northern costal
region. Under recent promulgated oil
legislation applications for conces-|
sions have totalled more than eight|
million hectares.

ions,
rice

About a million and|
a half hectares of oil concessions are | and aid its growth.
locat the Sechura Desert. This

country. Peru and
jejune region in northern} pleasantly united with their romantic}
Peru. It extends some 135 miles

past. They cling to it while moving
the coast and about miles inland

steadfastly forward.
at one point, being limited by the An-| Peruvians are carefree people and
| des on its northern and eastern sides.

‘extremely friendly. They are much

ce Peru's climate. # gh its lati-|

Exploratory drilling is being carried| like Peru’s climate. Although its lati
on in the Sechura Desert by several |

tude would dictate otherwise, it

never hot, never cold because of the
| companies. | Humboldt Current. Year round it is
ant and agreeable.

din



are

is a



along |



is

Mention cannot be made of Peru’s
industries without

always plez



including
Rich in nitrogen and used world-wide

guano. | - —_—____—__—_ a

Schedule of Paydays

as fertilizer, it is the excrement of Semi-Monthly Payroll
birds originally from sub-Artie re-| Qet, 16 - 31 Monday, Nov. 8
gions. These birds find the islands off Monthly Payroll

the coast of Peru ideal. What makes| Oct. 1 - 8 Tuesday, Nov. 9

















rlen Coromoto Cubatao actualmente ta tumando
WEBSTER, John A, - Acid & Edel.; A}
Yvonne Patricia }entrenamento na Lago.
R Andrecita M. - Mech. Yard:| Sr, van den Arend, un veterano
aughter, Erica Lidwina | 7 7
October 12 den Cat Plant, lo funciona como
EUODERS! cA Jacobo - Drydock; A} stillman durante ,,subimento” di e
daughter, Monica .
HERNANI usebio - Mech. Pipe: A|hydroformer. Durante su periodo di
daughter, Reina Francisca Mariana prestamo cual ta cuatro pa cinco



October 13

DIRKSZ, Silvero - Mech. Yard {luna el lo actua tambe como instrue-

A son



















James R. - Col. Serv.: A daughter, | tor den operacionnan di cracking. E
Marcia Angela j
October 14 refineria ta estableci na un distancia
SRICK, Perey - Shipyard: A son.|di mas of menos 300 milla sur di
gory Michael ae
October 15 Tokyo.
GOEDBLOED, Dr. Christiaans Medical
A daught Judith Elizabeth
sc Reser Paul A. - Mech. Yard: A daugh-
Pauline Alice CLASSIFIED
Florito - Rec. & Ship.: A son, Re-
migio Robert ADVERTISEMENTS
TROMP, Narsario - Mech. Boiler: A daugh-
te lvia Violeta >, ~ 1 =
DE CUBA, Antonio. M Mech. Yard: A| FOR SALE: 5-room concrete house
: daughter Edna : at 119 Lagoville. Contact E. M. Cowie
BARRY, Kitson - son, Rupe § a axis
evingeieniaeg \ son, Rupert) a¢ this address or the Esso Dining
October 16 Hall. Reasonably priced.
QUASHIE, Thomas LOF A son, Curtis
Ambrose
CROES, Nibio - Laundry; A son, Mario October 18
Enrique HAYNES, Cecil F. - Mech. Machine: A
October 17 daughter, Luci Miriam
| FORTUNO, Edmond H. P. - Mech. Garage: | BROWN, Joseph A. Cold Storage: A daugh
A daughter, Mercedes Maria ter, Sheryl Yvonne



TH







November 6, 1954

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

~





Centro Medico Nobo Lo Habri Nov. 22

Centro Medico Empleadonan nobo, un projecto di FI

na cuido diario di empleadonan y
strial, lo haci su debut Nov. 11 or
di Aruba bishita e edificio cual lo

E siguiente dia Lago Employee
Council, Special Problems Advisory
Committee y Foreign Staff Advisory
lo bishita e centro.



Committee



E edificio di un piso, den forma
di letra lo ta habri pa otro em-
pleadonan y publico general for di
dia 14 pa 18. E siguiente tres dia-
nan ta worde usa pa muda records,
herment y muebla for di e dispen-
sario actual y e centro lo cuminza
traha Nov. como e_ instalacion







medico industrial mas moderno den
Caribe.

Cu 12,000 pia cuadra di espacio
di vloer, e centro ta mas grandi cu

e dispensario di 18 anja cu e ta re-

lo ofrece mientras e

emplaza y _—
anterior dispensario no tabata ofre-
na emple

atencion medico

femenina.

e

donan
E ta

tin

aire-condicio-
un

henteramente
tal

apartamento

miti

manera
no ta per-
penetra pa audio re-
di electro-cardia-
sistema tele-

nado, novedadnan

encerra cu
zonido
h y testnan

graph, tin



di

foon y tin un seccion equipa special-

su mes





mente pa trata casonan emergente.

Porta adilanti di centro ta cara
pa camina cu ta bai pa Porta Ma-
yor. Paden tin un combinacion lob-|
by-sala di spe Pacientenan lo
reporta na un mesa banda robez di



e sala di spera y lo worde dirigi pa
e propio di un recep-
cionista sinta canto di e mesa di

clinico door

record.





700,000 dedica
experimentacion den hygiena indu-
periodistanan y un grupo di doctor
e presente dispensario.



reemplaza
Tres ta worde usa pa cuido di dia en
dia di empleadonan den refineria. E
di cuatro a worde equipa pa imple-
menta e programa ariba_ termino
di Departamento Medico den
reno di "medicina constructivo.”
Den e clinica aki
conduci estudionan
tal
chumbo
nan liber, exe





largo

te



doctornan lo
toxicologico den
asuntonan kimamento di
trahamento cu producto-

physico

manera





minacionnan









promer cu emplea, examinacionnan
pror cu operacion y casonan cu
ta presenta problemanan special.
Dr. R. Turfboer, assistant chief
center physic awor ta na E
dos Unidos tumando cursonan a-



vanza den medicina psychosomatico,
un cu enfermedad
causé mas tanto pa condicionnan
mental cu physico. Dr. Turfboer lo
trata tambe ec casonan special den
e programa di medicina preventivo.

E centro ta
pharmac oficinanan
doctornan
lugar di examinacion, banjo y lugar
di warda panja pa personal di e
centro, un laboratorio, un cuarto pa
-ray cu un kamber scur archivo-
nan, un kamber di operacion chiki-
to, un cuarto pa_psycho-therapia,
|un libreria y cuartonan pa paciente

ciencia relaciona



tambe un
pa e nuebe
un nurse cabezante, 12

contene

















sosega

© clinica pa muher, na punta zuid
| di edificio, lo tin un entrada sev-
| par I clinica banda di nord di e





| ce
di gas,

gente.

acido y otro casonan emer-

Color di e edificio ta berde, blan-
creme. Azulejo ceramico pa
muraya y di rubber pa vloer ta usa
|henter su grandi pa facilita man-
|tenecion y hacimento limpi. E ban-
kinan di sinta tin cusinchi ariba nan.

Ademas di Dr. Brace y Dr. Turf-
boer, e centro lo tin como personal
ocho otro doctor, 14 nurse,
pleado di pharmacia, cuatro emplea-
di laboratorio y hende pa
tene e lugar limpi.

| co









dos em-

do cinco



Medical Center

(Continued from page 1)

|macy, offices for nine doctors and a
supervising 12 examination
booths, showers and lockers for dis-
pensary personnel, a laboratory, an
x-ray room with adjoining dark
room and record files, a small opera-
ting room, a physio-therapy room, a
library and patients’ rest rooms.

nurse,



| The women’s clinic, located at the
southeastern end of the building, will
have a separate entrance and waiting
area. The northwest end of the buil-
ding, with an ambulance entrance,
equipped to handle gas, acid
accident and other emergency cas

The color scheme of the building is
| green, white and cream. Ceramic wall
tile and rubber floor tile used



| Pe
j is



are

throughout to facilitate maintenance |

and cleaning. Waiting benches are

E centro ta inclui cuatro clinico.| edificio, cu un entrada pa ambulan-' cushioned.



>, ta equipa pa trata desgracianan|



THE MEDICAL CENTER: The main entrance is in cen- CENTRO MEDICO: E entrada mayor ta den centro |

ter foreground. Door at right leads to constructive me-

dicine clinic.



THE LOBBY: Center background is

and receptionist's post where patients will report for

clinic assignment.

adilanti. Portabanda drechi ta conduci pa clinica di

medicina constructivo.

the records desk
mesa di e rec



p

E LOBBY: Den centro patras ta keda e records desk y

cionista unde



pacientenan lo reporta

y for di unda nan ta worde dir gi pa e clinicanan.



X-ray facilities

Laboratory

Kambernan di examinacion



so =— = re












WITH K. H. Quick,
Jersey Standard's Overseas Personnel Office
and his son, Kurt, Hendrik
Loreto go sightseeing in Rockefeller Plaza.

assistant manager



guides,



and_yiu,



Books, 4 Game, A Dance

Lago’s 1954 scholarship winners — Hendrik Bareno
and Loreto Kock — are busy these days living the lives
week, morning and
the Allentown




of American schoolboys. Five
afternoon, they’re attending cla
(Pa.) High School.

School nights, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

es in



Forgan, they’re preparing their lessons for the next
day. But the purpose of the scholarships — to make



the boys better-rounded individuals — would not be
ved if all their time was taken up by schoolwork.

To get their year’s study off on the right foot, Lago
sent Hendrik and Loreto to the States almost two
weeks before school was slated to start. In New York
they forgot schoolbooks and studies and went ’out on
the town’ — saw the Yankees play. led around Man-
hattan, dined out, took in several shows.

And now, though they tled down to a more
academic routine, their d ure still organized to allow
ample ttme for recreation and other interests. In these
pursuits they are helped by the Forgans, who serve as
their foster-parents, the school and various Allentown
















organizations.

Theirs is a typical high school youth’s existence.
Classes all week, but on the weekends a school football
game, a church dance, a classmate’s party. A couple
of hours after school they work out at the YMC
attend a meeting of the high school Mathematics Club.
Occasionally they attend a movie, or spend a night in
front of the Forgan’s television set.

This life is a distinct change from their earlier
in Aruba, but it is a life which will send them back to
their native island better able to cope with the problems
of their developing adulthood.















THE scholarship winners discuss plans for

their year at Allentown High School with

Harold Atwood, manager of the Overseas
Personne! Office, and Mr. Quick.

CU K. H.
Personal Ultramar di Jersey Standard
Kurt, como guia,



E GANADORNAN di beca

Harold Attwood, gerente di Oficina di Per-

sonal Ultramar, y Sr. Quick plannan pa nan
anja na Allentown High School.

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LVS Boys Life Typical U.S. °<:

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Bukinan, Weganan, un Baile

E



ganadornan di beca di estudio pa 1954 — Hendrik
no y Loreto Kock — den e diz aki ta bibando
ida di mucha hombernan Americano di school.
dia pa siman, mainta y tramerdia, nan ta atende school
na Allentown (Pa.) High School.



lan



Cinco

Anochi, na cas di Sr. y

prepara nan lesnan

Sra. Frank Forgan, nan ta



siguiente dia. Pero intencion

- lo

pa ¢
di e beca — pa haci e hobennan mehor desaroya
no ta cumpli si nan pasa tur nan tempo na school.

Pa un bon principio di nan anja di estudio, Lag
manda Hendrik y Loreto ados Unidos ¢
promer cu school a habri. Na Nueva York nan a lubida
bukinan di school y estudio y a bai keiro nan a mira
Yankees hunga, a nabega rond di Manhattan, a come
afor, a presen varios show.



a

si dos siman











Y awor, maske nan a costumbra cu un rutina acade-
mico, ainda nan dianan ta organiza pa permiti bastante
tempo pa recreacion y otro asuntonan. Den contempla-
cion di e obhetonan aki nan tin familia Forgan como
nan guardiante, e school y varios otro orgafnizacion di
Allentown.

Nan bida awor ta un typico bida di school na America.

School henter siman, pero durante fin di siman un we-
ga di bala, un baile of un reunion di club di e school.
De vez en cuando un cine, of un anochi dilanti aparato
di television di familia Forgan.
E
terior ng
pone nan regresa nan isla nativo mehor prepara pa com-
bati cu e problemanan di nan crecemento pa ser hende
grandi.

bida aki ta un cambio distinto for di nan bida an-
Aruba, pero e ta un bida cu eventualmente lo








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and Loreto

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with Mr.

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Full Text


VOL. 15, No. 23 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TR



ees DacEres Extra
Thrift Plans Contribution

More than 6900 employees who participate in the Lago Thrift Foun-
dation, Overseas Thrift Plan and Officers Provident Fund will benefit
from the company’s additional contribution announced this week. Over
Fls. 3 million will be shared by more than 99 per cent of Lago’s
employees who are participants in the thrift plans.

The
who will benefit from the extra con-|

he thritt|Lago ta Declara

oe sai 6089 will receive | Contribucion Extra

additional credits. | x
ihoamonntintarcds bywernt ent Gneslihnitteelan

ployee varies according to the amount |

largest number of employees|

tributions are in Lago



2s cu 6900 empleado cu ta par-
FE Lago Thrift Foundation,
plan savings during the | Overseas Thrift Plan y Officers Pro-
Of the 99 vident Fund lo recibi beneficio di
participate, 89 per cent contribute| contribucionnan extra di Compania

the employee has put into the thrift |
: |t den



past
cent who

year.

more than per



10 per cent of their salary each pay|cu a worde anuncia e seman aki.
period. These employees, an over-| Mas cu Fs. millioen lo worde
whelming majority, will receive from| parti door di mas cu 99 por ciento

the company the equivalent of 6% |i e empleadonan cu ta participan-



per cent of their normal earnings. eee de a ys thrift tarry '
5 aes t | & cantidad mas grandi di emplea-
The Fls. 3 million figure is in ad- : aoe a
donan cu lo recibi beneficio di e
dition to the amounts contributed
| contribucionnan extra ta den Lago
ch pay period by the company to], 7). 7 ‘
: ; ‘ Thrift Foundation den cual 6089
h participant’s thrift account. Che “
miembro lo recibi credito adicional.

I
will have c
count a fir





ich employee who is in the plan
eantidad parti pz

lited to his thrift ac-| ; i
ops »-| do lo ria dependiendo ariba cuan-
ed sum of Fls. 25 plus 65| ea
empleado a contribui

cents for each guilder he i : é
buted onthe: plan during su thrift plan durante ana pasa. Di



cada emplea-








cada den



as contri- |
the past










year, e mas cu 99 por ciento cu ta par-
eosin a) ; | ticipa, 89 por ciento ta contribui 10
yr example, a man _ making hs :

Fls. 400 a month, with 10 per cent of oo ciento di nan sueldo cada PSs
his pay going into the plan, has con- gov sGL Pago: empleadonan aki,
tributed Fls. 480 in a year. At the|° _ta den mayoria enorme, lo re-
same time the company’s regular con- cibi ao di compania e equivalente
tribution of three per cent has added di 6% por ciento di nan sueldo
Fls. 144 to this employee's savings | "°"™ £ ne :
during that time. Now, as an addi- E 3 millioen aki ta en adi-

7 clon na e sumanan cu ta _ worde

tional company contribution, this man
gets 65 cents for-ez
tributed, 312,
fixed sum, of Fls.

contribui ed



la periodo di pago door
-| di Compania na credito di cada par-
ticipante,



ch guilder he con
plus the Fls. 25
337. Added to the
regular monthly amounts, this makes



or

Cada empleado cu ta participa den








a total of Fis. 481 that the company . n pee bi un suma fiho di
has added to his savings over the past}, ~~” ¥ acer ae 85 (cents pa cada
year. florin cu el a contribui den e plan
F durante aia pasa.

Por ehemplo, un homber cu ta
Fls.1500 Contributed gana Fls. 400 pa luna y eu ta con-



tribui diez por ciento di su pago den
e plan, lo a contribui Fls. 480 den
un ana. Na mes un tempo contri-
| bucionnan regular di compania di
| tres por ciento lo a agrega Fls. 144
5,000 to the || 2# Teserva di tal empleado. Awor,
Employee Relief Committee last ||°22 Un contribucion adicional di
week. This money and contribut- | |C2â„¢P#nia, e empleado aki ta recibi
ions that came in after the initial Sb cents pa cada florin cu ela con-
announcement were given to the tribui, Sole BOs as ele
Aruba Helps Aruba Relief Com- |fiho, of total Fls. 337. Conta hunto

cu contribucionnan regular mensual

mittee, |
| (Continua na pagina 6)
—$ $a s



To Relief Committee

Lago employees, rising to the
aid of their flood-ravaged neigh-
bors, contributed Fs,





























ABORDO di H.M.S. van Speyck,
108 mucha homber, mucha muher
y instructor di Stuyvesant Col-
lege na Curagao a yega Aruba

ABOARD the H.M.S. van Speyck,
108 boys, girls and instructor

from Stuyvesant College in Cura-
gao arrived in Aruba Oct. 18 for
a three day visit. At left the war- Oct. 18 pa un bishita di tres dia.
hip nears the whart in Oranje- Banda robez e bapor di guerra ta
r Lago's Main acerca waaf na Oranjestad. Abao

nan ta bishita Main Shops.










d. Below they

Sh







November 6, 1954

Vote Dec. 8, 9, 10

Non - National
Group Loses

One LEC Seat

A reduction in Lago’s non-natio-
nal forces, caused by the company
commitment to a policy of maxi-
mum national employment, has al-
tered the relative percentage of the
two employee groups to the point |
that non-national employees will
lose one seat on the Lago Employee
Council and national employees |
will gain one in the annual election
next month.

The current council is made up of
five and three non-national
representatives. When the council is
installed following the Dec. 10
balloting, there will be six national |
and two non-national representatives. |
the council
cup’s percentage of
regular employee |



national





Representation on is
based on each ¢

the total staff






















| guided tours through the center.



Newsmen, Doctors First
Medical Center Visitors

Employees, Families, Public To Tour
Dispensary Replacement Nov. 14-18

Lago’s new Employee Medical Center, a Fls. 700,000 project devoted
to daily employee care and constructive medicine, will make its debut
Novy. 11 when newsmen and a group of Aruba doctors tour the building
which will replace the present dispensary.

The following day the Lago Employee Council, the Special Problems
Advisory Committee and the Foreign lie Ee
Staff Advisory Committee will take |







It is air-conditioned throughout, has
such innovations soundproof,
shielded room for hearing and electro-

as a
The one-story, T-shaped structure















force slusive of confidential, j.| Will be open for i inspection by |cardiagraph examinations, is equipped
ministrative employees; supervisors; ; Other employees, their families and| with its own telephone exchange and
Lago Vocational School students and | the general public from the 14th to! has one section specially equipped to
temporary employees. the 18th. The next three days will | handle emergency cases.

Under the terms of the Working be used to move records, equipment The center’s front door faces the
Agreement, the council is composed and furniture from the present|/ Main Gate road. Inside is a combi-
of eight members each of whom re- | 4iSpensary and the center will £0 Into | nation lobby-waiting room. Patients
presents 1245 per cent of the total|°Peration Nov. 22 as one of the| wil! yeport to a record desk at the
eligible staff and regular employee modern industrial medical in-}jef; of the waiting room and be
group. At the time of the 1953 LEC lations in the Caribbean, | J |directed to the proper clinic by a
election, national employees composed With 12,000 squaye feet of floor | -eceptionist stationed next to the
65.77 per cent, non-national employees Ce) We center is larger than the | record desk.

34.23 per cent. 18-year-old dispensi y it rep.aceS| The center includes four clinic
his percentage entitled non-na- | 2" will provide — where the former | Pyye¢e will be used for d y-to-day care



three
terms

tional employees tc
Under the
Agreem¢

represen- |

of the
t, a percentage
of the
e entire
rounded

tatives.
Working
total one-hal
12% per cent of tl
employee group was



ovei required
eligible

up to







give the non-national employees an
additional representative.

By Oct. 1 of this year — the cal-
culating date set in the Working
Agreement — the cut-back in non-
national forces had reduced that



group to 27.47 per cent of the total
eligible group and raised the national
forces to 3 per cent.

By that date the non-national
percentage was eligible for two rep-
but it
not over one-half of the 12% per|
cent required for an additional rep-
resentative not eligible for
three.

As a result of the representation |





resentatives — because was

was

(Continued on page 2) |

dispensary did not medical atten-

q of refinery employees. The fourth has
tion for

been equipped to implement the Me-
dical Department’s long-range
gram of "constructive medicine.”

In this clinie physicians will con-

How, When to Visit |duct their toxicological examination
New Medical Center | of employees engaged in such work

as lead burning and light ends hand-
| ling, pre-employment physical exami-
nations, periodic health examinations
and spe problem restricted
duty ¢

Dr. R. Turfboer, a

women employees.

pro-







The Employee Medical
Center will be open for inspection
by Lago employees, their families
and the general public from Nov.
14 through Nov. 18. Hours will be

new

ial or





it to Chief















:30 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. | Center Physi ian Dr, R. 3race, is
sitors’ passes will be tilable || OW in the United Sta ta ing

at the Main Gate. Pedestrians will advanced cour in |} ychosomatic
be given pases at the Lago Police medicine, a science which treats witht
Department office. One-trip stick- j bodily . nproms of mental Pe: eee
ers will be attached to the wind- |than physical — disturbances. Dr.

| Turfboer will handle the special pro-





shields of automobiles carrying . ; ici
foe ce ; -) 1 || blem cases in the preventive medicine
visitors. Visitors’ cars will be EUS "i vey
; 7 rogram.
accommodated in the center’s || P ;
eI The center also includes a_phar-



parking lot. |
| (Continued on page 7)
a






Aruba Esso NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Curacaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.1.



No Need for Payday Poverty

Some Lago workers are returning home penniless on payday.

These men are primarily losing their wages through exces-
sive drinking. They are being “rolled” — stripped of their
cash — while unconscious, losing it carelessly while under the
influence of alcohol or spending it all on drinking bouts.

Seven Lago employees reported the loss of their wages to
San Nicolas police following one recent payday. All told the
same story. Each man, headed home with his pay in his
pocket, stopped for a drink. One drink led to another. The
second led to a third. Their memory of specific events began to
fade. Eventually each told of waking up in a doorway or alley,
his money gone.

Carelessness with money is not confined to payday, nor is
excessive drinking. One man, who had received his termina-
tion settlement that day and cashed the check, was picked up
intoxicated from the gutter by San Nicolas police and found to
have Fls. 11,000 in his pocket.

Another man, picked up the same day in the same condition,
had over Fs. 8000.

The consequences of drunken carelessness are obvious. Fa-
milies of these men, to whom a drink is more important than
safeguarding their money, are forced to scrape along on a de-
pleted budget. Others face the loss of the security toward
which they have worked for years.

One precaution may put an end to the increasing number
of cases of payday poverty: Take your money home before
you do anything else.



Bo Por Jega Cas cu Bo Pago

Algun empleado di Lago ta jega cas sin placa ariba dia di
pago.

E hombernan aki ta perde nan sueldo primeramente pa mo-
tibo di bebemento demasiado. Nan ta worde horta — of sea
roba — ora nan ta for di tino, perdiendo esaki bao influencia
di alcohol of gastando den paranda di bebemento.

Siete empleado di Lago a reporta perdida di nan placa na
poliz di San Nicolas despues di un reciente dia di pago. Tur a
conta e mes storia. Cada uno di nan, na camina pa cas cu su
sueldo den saco, a para tuma un bitter. Uno a bira dos. Di dos
a bira tres. Nan memoria a cuminza nubla. Eventualmente ca-
da uno a spierta dilanti porta of canto di camina, su placa a
bai.

Tratamento sin cuidao cu placa no ta socede solamente ariba
dia di pago, y ni tampoco bebemento demasiado. Un homber,
kende a recibi su pago di retiro e dia y a cobra e check, a wor-
de haya door di poliz di San Nicolas borachi canto di camina y
nan a descubri cu den su saco el tabatin Fls. 11,000.

Un otro homber, haya e mes dia den un condicion similar,
tabatin mas cu Fs. 8,000.

E consecuencianan di bebemento demasiado ta evidente. Fa-
milianan di e hombernan aki, pa kende un bitter ta mas impor-
tante cu percuracion pa nan placa, ta haya nan mes obliga di
sigui lucha den necesidad. Otro mester enfrenta perdida di e
seguridad pa cual nan a traha tanto anja.

Un medida por pone un fin na e creciente cantidad di perdi-
da di placa ariba dia di pago: Hiba bo sueldo cas promer bo
haci nada otro.



Votadornan ta Haya Tempo
Liber Dia di Eleccion pa Staten



Empleadonan cu tin derecho di! Empleadonan cu ta munstra incor-
vota den eleccion di dia 15 di No-| rectamente of kende su nomber no
vember pa Staten di Antillas Ho-| ta inclui ariba e lista ta keda avi-

landes lo worde dund tempo liber
cu pago pa cumpli cu e funcion ci-
vico aki.

Pa obtene derecho ariba e privi-)
legio aki, empleadonan mester po-
see carchinan oficial di vota y mes-
ter ta traha un periodo di trabao

sa pa presenta nan carchi o
vota na nan superiornan. E
lo haci arreglonan necesa



e )

tocante tempo liber pa

estableci den dia entre 8 a.m. y| Mester tuma contacto cu nan supe-
6 p.m. — e oranan oficial di vota —| Tornan.
ariba 15 di November. Empleado-

nan cu ta cai den e categoria aki
lo worde dispensa for di trabao pa
dos ora consecutivo di trabao cu
mantenecion di pago completo.

E tempo liber aki ta worde ge-
plan door di cada departamento en}

Oranan di Consulta
Pa Hospital ta Cambia

Cu entrada di Noy. 15, oranan
di consulta na clinica general pa





relacion cu necesidad di trabao y,| famili I e
* . . . amulla a ag 5 a a:
en cuanto posible, conveniencia di at i a ae opel al 8 Ms
laluna pa asabra — 8 a.m.
e empleado. ¢ Pi ates A
i 1 te 10:30 a.m.
; cue Sener Ben en di poate ead Oranan di servicio ariba Dia-
eF, LO;DONE arpa) Bu porch ‘a eee domingo y dianan di fiesta ta ke-
cio un lista di tur su empleadonan|| ga mescos — 10 a.m. te 11:3
conoci como votador y e oranan du-|} gm,

rante cual cada uno ta bai vota.}





E lista lo keda ariba e borchi for
di Noy. 8 te Nov. 15, inclusivo. Em-
pleadonan cu tin cualkier pregunta
votamento









uncontrolled

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

|
|
| Editor
Aruba
| Dear 8



Recently, the harmful drug known
as marijuana has become the subject
}of much discussion in Aruba. Its
| illegal possession, transportation and
use by smokers has led to convictions
in the Court of First Instance and
jail sentences for a number of per-
sons including four employees of the
|Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

The offenses against the 1:
important but the very s f
on the individual smo
and the very brutz
marijuana smoker may commit while
under the influence of marijuana are
far more important to the individual
and to the residents of this island.

Since marijuana and its effects are
not well known to people, I
peeve that the following information
concerning marijuana will be of much
value to your reade

Marijuana is made from the leaves
of a plant known as Cannabis Sativa
and is smoked in the form of ciga-







most




jrettes. The same drug is known in
many parts of the world as “hashish.”

The plant is a weed which grows

readily in warm and semi-warm cli- |
mates without cultivation. It requires |



no special preparation or processing



in being converted from the simple
plant leaf to the dangerous and

intoxicating simple cigarette.

For these the control of
the growth, distribution and use of
marijuana is very difficult for gov-
ernment and law enforcement agen-
cies. The ordinary citizen, therefore,
legitimately becomes a _ controlling
agent and has a personal responsi-
bility to destroy all known Cannabis
Sativa plants and a moral obligation
to report to lawful agencies the
known handling or smoking of
marijuana.

The use of marijuana is dangerous
to the individual and to the commu-
nity. It may be eaten or it may be
smoked. When eaten, the effects are
the same as when smoked but the
action of the drug on the person is
much slower than when smoked.

The most rapid effects from
marijuana are obtained by smoking
the drug and inhaling the smoke.
When marijuana smoke is inhaled,
the dangerous effects from the drug
may develop so rapidly that the in-
dividual intoxicated before one
single cigarette has been smoked.

Even very small quantity of
marijuana may produce severe symp-
toms of intoxication, raving fits and
the desire to commit serious crimes.
The marijuana smoker loses control
of his muscles so that he cannot make
normal movements. His heart beat is
increased, he has a ringing sensation
in his ears, his head feels full of
“heat,” he may become dizzy and he
develops the feeling of cold in the
hands and the feet.

With increasing amounts of mari-
juana smoke, he will become severely
ill, vomit, and finally into a
restless sleep accompanied by very
ange and fantastic dreams

The effects of mariju on the
smoker’s mind are more serious than
the effects on his body. In the earl
the marijuana smoker will

reasons,



is

a

go









stages,




heartedne
After this
mental excitement

and



leads to
laughter,
s and severe




wild and fal
confusion as to time and space.

The smoker’s hearing particu-
larly affected and sounds and voices
are distorted and magnified. Ideas
and thinking become greatly confused.
The ng of only a few minutes
often seems like the passing of many
hours. The marijuana victim loses all
personal control over his will power
and his actions.

In the later stages of marijuana
intoxication, the victim has ’’spells”
or raving fits. He has hallu
and illusions, complete false and



is

















develop an unnatural feeling of light- |
and personal importance.
there follows a period of
which

ions |

Marijuana User Dangerous,
Medical Director Warns

*



Aruba police wound up a two-

year investigation last month
when they secured convictions
against eight men for selling or

using marijuana. Four of the men
were Lago employees. They have
been discharged for violating a
posted offense.

Police said the convictions broke
up a ring which had been selling
"several hundred cigarettes a
month” throughout the island.
Found guilty in the Court of First
Instance, the men were sentenced












to from one to six months.

It was late 1952 when police
officials first suspected mari-
j a — known in the Far E. as

ish” and found in the hemp-
Cannabis Sativa bush — was

being smoked here.







They arrested several young
men for starting savage, unpro-
voked s fights. The police
thought at first the men were
intoxicated, but could find no

evidence they had been drinking.
Called in to quell several more
brawls, the police began to suspect
from the savagery of the
assaults — that the attackers were
using narcotics. They asked the
Lago Medical Department to exa-
mine several suspects and, though
no evidence admissible in court
was found, the medical reports
tended to confirm their suspicions.
The police then opened an ex-
haustive investigation. They com-
piled a file of those arrested for
fighting. Repeaters” on the list
were followed. Police discovered
cigarettes could be purchased on
street corners, in bars, from shifty
men in dark alleys. Analysis
showed them to be marijuana.
Then the police got a break.







untrue, which are so terrifying to
him that he may run wildly about,
fight with people, commit brutal
attacks against people and may even
kill his best friend. In this advanced
stage of marijuana intoxication, the
smoker loses all memory of what he
has done and does not recall the
brutal and hideous crimes which he
may have committed. When the
effects of intoxication wear off and
jhis normal mind returns to him, he

still must be responsible for the
crimes and sadness which he has
created.

The marijuana smoker is especially |
dangerous when driving an automo-
bile since he has no sense of distance,
ion or speed and lacks the co-
ordination of his muscles necessary
for driving. The marijuana smoker
is equally dangerous to fellow em-






| dir





*



Four Employees Found
Guilty in Drug Case



November 6, 1954



*

They arrested a 22-year-old
youth, a one-time resident of Co-
lombia, on a burglary charge.
Under questioning, he admitted he
had staged the theft to get money
for marijuana cigarettes. ;
Questioned further, he admitted

had once the plant
Colombia, rolled the ground-up
leaves into cigarettes and shipped

he grown in



them to Aru for sale.
Police checked his story and
found that marijuana cigarettes



were still being smuggled into the
island by members of the
sailboats which ply between Co-
lombia and Aruba. The
the cigarettes to "shove for
cents each. They in turn sold them
to for Fils. 1 each, a 100
per cent profit on each ci
Certain that marijuana
being smuggled into the island, the

crew





sailors sold




50



users



arette.

was

police questioned the most fre-
quent offenders in their file of
fighters. Some of them, caught
with the tell-tale cigarettes in
their possession, confessed.

Their statements led to the

crack-up of what police termed a
"well-organized ring that, it
believed, had between 50 and 100
regular customers.”

The men were convicted under
a Netherlands Antilles law which
sed on an international
control agreement. Under
law those arrested in con-
nection with narcotics may be
jailed immediately and — unusual
in the Netherlands Antilles penal
code — are not eligible for bail.

Maximum punishment for a first
conviction on narcotics charge
is four months in jail or a Fls. 1000
fine. Second offenders are left to
the mercy of the court.






a

will be no ill effects to him as an
individual and he will return quickly
to the normal and decent person he
used to be.

A serious warning to marijuana
smokers is the following: It i fact
that while the marijuana smoker may
stop smoking marijuana at any time
without harm to him, the continued
use of marijuana will lead to narcotic







addiction. After a period of time,
marijuana no longer gives the user
the fantastic and unnatural sensa-



tions he desires and so he begins to
use heroin, morphine and other opium
derivatives.



He then becomes a true narcotic
addict and from this condition, re-
covery is the rare rather than the



usual end result.
Yours very truly,
R. C. Carrell, M.D.



|ployees in a location such as our}
refinery where his uncontrolled and |
| maniacal actions may lead to explo- |
sions, fires and the breaking of |
| safety rules established by the com- |
| pany for the protection of employees |
and equipment. |
When it is realized that an other- |
wise normal employee may go for a}
|few minutes to toilet locker
room, smoke one or more marijuana |
cigarettes while therein and return
to his job completely changed to the
status of an incoordinated, mentally
disorientated and sometimes maniacal
employee, the dangers of |
marijuana should become very plain
to you as a reader of this letter.
The Medical Department has been







a o1



serious





asked about the treatment of a} election to be run in conjunction with
marijuana smoker. Since marijuana/the regular election. Non ional
does not produce an addiction such| Representatives G. FE. S. aughn



as morphine, opium, ete., no tr
ary for the mariju



ment 1s nec



smoker. He needs only to stop smok-| resentative on the current council,
ing marijuana cigarettes! If he stops) B. K. Chand, completes his term
'smoking marijuana cigarettes, there! Dec. 31.

and Mem
their two-

employee percentage.



No non-national member will be
elected, though candidates for first
alternate to the non-national side of

the council will be nominated for a by-

to serve. The third non-national rep-

Medical Director

| LEC Seat Lost | |

(Continued from page 1)
change, voters this will

yea elect

four national, no non-national mem-
bers of the council.
Up

for contention will be seats
ed by Council President J. Eras-
Vice-President F. H. Ritveld
G. Giel, who complete
r term Dec. 31, and the
national seat created by the shift in



Vv



mus,





ind S. E. Howard each have one ir






November 6, 1954

ARUBA ESSO NEWS







Humador ta Perde Control





Director Medico a Bisa

Di Marijuana ta Peligroso

bierno y instancianan di enforza ley.
E ordinario ciudadano, pesey, ta bira
legitimamente ta bira un instancia di
|control y tin un responsabilidad per-

Recientemente, e perjudicial narco-| sonal pa strui tur matanan Can-
tico como marijuana a bira}nabis Sati y un obligacion moral
obheto di hopi discusion na Aruba.| pa reporta na agencianan di ley tur
Su posesion illegal, transportacion y | casonan di tratamento y humamento
di marijuana cu el sabi.

Redactor
Aruba Esso News
Distinguido Senor:






conoci



uso door di fumadornan a conduci na
conviccionnan den Corte di Promer Uso di marijuana ta peligroso pa
Instancia y sentencianan di prison pa|e individuo y pa comunidad. E por
incluyendo cuatro) worde comi of huma. Ora come’le, e









algun persona

empleado di Lago Oil & Transport efectonan ta mescos cu ora hume’le

Co., Ltd. pero accion di e narcotico ariba e
ofensanan contra ley ta impor-| persona ta mas gradual cu ora

tante pero e efectonan muy serio ari- | hume’le.

ba e humador individual di marijuana I efectonan mas rapido for di

y e crimennan sumamente brutal) marijuana ta worde obteni door di

cual e humador di marijuana por co-! huma e narcotico anto inhala e hu-

mete mientras bao influencia di mari-;ma. Ora huma di marijuana worde

juana mucho mas importante pa e|inhala, e efectonan peligroso di e





rvesidentenan di e isla narcotico por desaroya na rapido
cu e persona ta embriaga promer cu
el caba di huma un cigaria henter.

Hasta un cantidad masha chikito di

individuo y
aki.
Como marijuana y su efectonan no

pa





ta bon conoci na majoria hende, mi



ta kere cu e siguiente informacion to-| marijuana por produci serio symp-
cante marijuana lo ta di mucho valor} tomo di embriaguez, delirio y e deseo
na bo lectornan. pa comete horrendo crimen. E huma-











Marijuana ta traha di foyonan di|dor di marijuana ta perde control di
un mata conoci como Cannabis Sa-|su musculo asina cu el no por haci
tiva y ta worde huma den forma di} movecion controla. Su batimento di
cigar E mes cotico aki ta co-| corazon ta subi, el ta haya un fluit-
noci hopi parti di mundo como} mento den orea, su cabez ta manera

“hashish.” E planta ta un mata cu ta! ’cayente” paden, su cabez por cumin-
den climanan calor of semi-calor
sin cultivacion. no ta requeri pre-
special of proceso den
for di un simple foyo pa e
peligroso y intoxicante cigaria.
Pa ¢

cemento,

erect



di frio den su man y pianan.

Cu mas huma di marijuana, el ta
bira severamente enfermo, braak, y
por fin bai un sonjo intranquil acom-
motibonan aki, control di cre-| panjé pa sonjonan masha stranjo y
distribucion y usamento di| fantasti

ta dificil pa go- E



paracion su



cambic



ico.
efectonan

marijuana masha di marijuana ariba

Malcolm, Locker, v/d Arend
Help Brazil, Japan Refineries

Three Lago employees will be on] Fls. 100,000,000 refinery which will
hand when a new refinery in Brazil | do visbreaking, reforming and
and a hydroformer in Japan go on| thermal cracking of light and heavy
stream early next y | gas oil.

J. F. Malcolm, nt division Mr. van den Arend, a veteran Cat
superintendent in the Mechanical De-| Plant supervisor, will as a
partment, left Oct. 30 for Cubatao. | stillman during the "come up” of the
Hendrik van den Arend, shift fore-|hydroformer. During his four-to-





serve

serve in



an instructor cracking
The refinery located

some 300 miles south of Tokyo.

operations. 1s



Hospital Clinic
Hours Changed

Effective Noy. 15, service hours
at the Lago Hospital general
family clinic will be:

Monday through

|| 8 am. to 1 0 a.m.

man in the Process | Sunday and _ holiday services
Department, left hours remain unchanged — 10 a.m.
Oct. 28 for Tokyo. to 11:30 a.m.



Saturday

H. v/d Arend J. F. Ma











za draai y el ta haya un sentimento |



| five-month loan period he will also |

di;

E humador
marijuana ta mes tanto peligroso pa
companjeronan di trabao den lugar- |

{musculo pa _ corre

nan manera nos refineria unda su}





4 Empleado a

Worde Sentencia

accionnan sin control y delirioso por |
Sa Oo r causa explosion, candela y violacion | Pa Marijuana

di reglanan di seguridad estableci
door di compania pa proteccion di|
empleadonan y herment. |

Ora hende realiza cu un empleado |
5 normal por bai algun minuut den un |
mente di e humador ta mas serio cu! exeysado of cuarto, huma uno of mas |
e efectonan ariba su curpa. Den pro-) . garia marijuana y regresa na su
mer fasenan, e humador di marijuana |trabao cambid henteramente den un
ta desaroya un sentimento innatural estado di un empleado incoordina, dis-
di liher y importancia Per | orienta mentalmente y algun vez de-
sonal. Despues di esaki ta sigui un lirioso, anto e serio peligronan di
periodo di excitacion mental cu por marijuana mester ta claro na bo co-
causa harimento sin control y Por) mo yn lector di e carta aki.
nada, sensacionnan bruto y falso Y| Departamento Medico a worde pun-
severo confusion en cuanto ta tempo} t.4 tocante tratamento di un huma- |
y distancia. 3 | dor di marijuana. Como marijuana no
| Tendemento di e humador particu- |ta produci un vicio manera morphine,
larmente ta worde afecta y zonido y opio, ete., tratamento no ta necesario
voznan no ta klink Ideanan y pa e humador di marijuana. Solamen-
pensamento ta confundi. Pasamento/t, 6] mester RianMMentinate cere
di solamente algun minuut ta mane-| marijuana! Si el stop di huma e ci-
| Ae venue! a ora. a pacts fe ees | garianan aki, i no tin ningun mal
juana ta perde tur control personal) efecto na dje como individuo y el lo
ariba su poder di voluntad y su bolbe liher na e estado anterior di
acclonnan. ed persona normal y decente.

ee * subsequents poe adi ae Un serio spiertamento na humador- |
toxicacion di marijuana, e victima ta |nan di marijuana ta lo siguiente: Ta |
consegui ilusionnan delirioso. E] tin an, Hecho Sal men ieeere eeanoe dt
hallucinacion y ilusionnan, completa- marijuana por stop di hume'le tur
mente falso y inreal, cual ta asina| 4). sin mal efecto ariba dje, e uso
horrible pe cu el por corre pa locos) continuo di marijuana ta hiba na vi-
bringa cu hende, comete atakenan | aig jarcotico. Despues di un periodo
brutal) contra’ otro_y hasta por pee di tempo, marijuana no ta duna e
su mehor amigo. Den e fase avanza | usador mas e sensacionnan fantastico
| aki di embriaguez, e humador ta per-| y innatural cu el ta desea y anto el
desmiemoriay completalya sg aoe re-!ta cuminza usa heroin, morphine y
|corda e brutal y horrendo crimen cu otro derativo di opio. 4
|el_ por a comete. Ora e efectonan di| “Anto el ta cria un berdadero vicio
intoxicacion reduci y su tino normal | narcotico y for di e condicion aki, re-
regresa, sinembargo, ainda el mester | oupe Marae BR Sira iD nO tencoctte
sponsable pa e crimennan Yori cuadoeeinall .
tristeza cu el por a cau |
| Particularmente e humador di mari-
juana ta peligroso ora el ta corre
un auto pasobra el no tin realizacion
di distancia, direccion of velocidad y |
ta falta e necesario coordinacion di ‘











real.













| para r





Dr. R. C. Carrell,

Sinceramente,

Director Medico



|Voters To Receive
October Rain Time Off During

| Was Heaviest Legislative Election
In 25 Years Lago employees qualified to vote

in the Nov. 15 election of the Legisla-
tive Council of the Netherlands An-
tilles will be granted time off with
full pay to perform this civic func-

| Last month more rain fell on Aruba

than in any October since 1929, Lago







| laboratory records showed. A_ total] tion,

| of 9.18 inches, much of it concen- To be entitled to this privilege, em-

trated in the week following hur- |ployees must have official voting

ricane "Hazel’s” passage, re-| cards and must be working an esta-

corded in the laboratory’s rain| plished day shift between 8 a.m. and

gauges, 6 p.m. — the official voting hours —|
The heaviest rainfall in any pre lon Nov. 15. Employees falling into}



vious October occurred in 1933 when
6.67 inches were reported.

Last month’s total not the
larg since the laboratory started
totaling rainfall in 1929, however. In|
November, 1944, the gauges showed
a whopping 12.10 inches.

Other near-record rainfall months
were November, 1938, when 11.85
inches fell and December, 1950, which

| this category will be excused from
|work for two consecutive working
hours with full pay.

This time off will be scheduled by,
ach department in relation to the
work load and, to the extent possible,
the convenience of the employee.

Each departement, in accordance
| with law, will post its bulletin |
board a list of all known qualified}
had 11.92 inches, The 25-year average| voters and the hours each is schedul-
for October was 1.98 inches up to this ed to go to the polls. Employees who
rear. The lightest October fall| 27 not correctly listed or who are
| not listed at all are advised to pri

was




on




































On Nov. 13, H. V. occurred in 1940, .21 inches. Rese La : een

Locker, assistant | = ——— eee their official voting cards to their

division superin- | = awe foremen. The foremen will make the

tendent in Proc | y arrangements. |

will leave for Cu-| © | list will be posted from Nov.

batao, | i 8 through Nov. 15, Employe who

Mr. Malcolm and | |) ; have any questions regarding the

is Mr. Locker have|| time off for voting procedure should

a been loaned for s “| contact their supervisors. |

months to Petro-|

Para toclon’ cee ee ONE Humble Oil Co. and two
een be Veena CORI: Standard Oil Co. (N.J.) employee

pany which is building a 45,000- |

barrel-a-day refinery at Cubatao.

Mr. van den Arend has been loaned | i
to the Standard-Vacuum Oil Co.
which is building a hydroformer at |
its Wakayama refinery.

Mr. Malcolm will rve as an|§
advisor on mechanical and mainten- | 7
ance organization to Col. Jacinto |
Monteiro, superintendent of the Bra-
zilian refinery which is located some
seven miles from Santos. |

Mr. Locker will serve as a techni-
cal consultant to Col. Monteiro
during the initial operation of the



























relations executives, on a tour of ||
Caribbean operatio visited
Lago last month. R. H. Horton
(right), Humble's employee rela- ||
tions manager and W. B. Maloney
(center), of Jersey Standard's em- |
ployee relations department, look ||
over a Public Relations Depart-
ment display with R. W. Schlag-
eter, assistant department mana- ||
ger. Behind Mr. Schlageter is O.
E. Gredler, of Jersey Standard's

employee relations department.













Poliznan na Aruba a conclui
un investigacion di dos anja lu-
na pasa ora ocho homber a wor-
de haya culpable na bendemen-
to of usamento di marijuana.
Cuatro di nan tabata empleado di
Lago. Nan a worde kita for di
trabao pa cometemento di un
grave ofen

Poliznan a





declara cu e con-
viccionnan a kibra un ring cu
tabata bendiendo "varios cientos
cigaria cada luna’ den henter e
isla. Haya culpable dilanti Cor-
te den Promer Instancia, e hom-
bernan a worde sentencia for di
uno te seis luna di castigo.

Tabata na fin di 1952 ora ofi-
cialnan di poliz a sospecha ma-
rijuana originalmente. Esaki ta
conoci den Lejano Oriente como
“hashish” y ta un mata.

Nan a aresta varios hoben cu
a principia algun peleanan sal-
vaje sin ningun provocacion. Pro-
mer poliznan a kere cu nan ta-
bata bao influencia, pero nan no
por a haya evidencia cu nan a
bebe.

Ora poliznan tabata worde ya-
ma pa caba mas peleanan, po-
liznan a cuminza sospecha — for
di brutalidad di e eventonan aki
cu e atakadornan tabata usa
narcotico. Nan a pidi Departa-
mento Medico di Lago pa exami-
na varios hende bao sospecho y,
maske ningun evidencia admiti-
ble den corte a worde descubri,
e reportajenan medico tabatin in-
clinacion pa confirma nan sospe-
cho.

Anto poliznan a cuminza cu
un investigacion intensivo. Nan
a compila un archivo di esnan de-
teni pa bringamento. "Repeti-
dornan” a worde sigui. Poliznan
a haya sabi ecu cigarianan por a
worde cumpra na skinanan di ca-
ya, den barnan, for di homber-
nan sospechoso. Un analysis a
munstra cu nan tabata marijuana.
Anto poliz a haya e oportunidad.







Nan a aresta un hoben di 22
anja, un anterior residente di
Colombia, ariba cargo di robo.

Den verhoor el a admiti cu el a
comete e ladronisia pa haya pla-
ca pa cumpra cigaria marijuana.

Ora nan a puntre’le mas leuw
el a admiti cu un tempo el ta-
bata cultiva e mata aki na Co-
lombia, foyonan na ciga-
ria y manda nan Aruba pa bende.

Poliznan a check su storia y
deseubri cu ainda cigaria mari-
juana tabata drenta aki pa con-
trabanda pa medio di tripulante-
nan di barconan di bela cu ta
tira viaje entre Colombia y Aru-
ba. E tripulantenan tabata ben-
de e cigarianan pa_ cincuenta
cents pa uno. E hendenan cu ta
cumpra e cigaria tabata bende
nan na usadornan na razon di
Fls. 1 pa uno, un ganashi di 100
por ciento ariba cada cigaria.

Siendo segur cu marijuana ta-
bata drenta aki pa contrabanda,
poliznan a interroga e mas fre-
quente ofensornan ariba nan lis-
ta. Algun di nan,
garia den nan pc
i:

Nan declaracionnan
den loke poliznan a
ring bon organiza cu
encia, mester tabatin
y 100 cliente regular.”

E hombernan a worde senten-
cia ariba base di un ley den An-
tillas Holandes cu ta basa ariba
un tratado internacional pa con-
trol di narcotico. Segun e ley es-
nan aresta en coneccion cu nar-
cotico por worde imprisona mes
ora y — desconoci den codigo pe-
nal Antill Holandes no ta
eligible pa libertad bao fianza,
Castigo maximo pa di promer
conviccion ariba un cargo narco-
tico ta cuatro luna den prison
of un boet di Fls. 1000, Ofen-
sornan pa di segunda vez ta ke-
da entrega na clemencia di e
corte.

lora e











cogi cu e ci-

sion, a admi-





resulta
yama "un
segun cre-
entre 50














THE LLAMA, tireless Andean beast, serves the present day Indian as faith-
fully at it did his forefathers centuries ago.

E LLAMA, un indescansable animal di Andes, ta sirbi e Indian di awendia

mes fiel cu e tabata sirbi su antecesornan.

A, acontinent South America has a distinctive
type of charm developed over centuries of full and rich
living. The southern continent abounds in a type of
history unlike that of the other five. This distinctive
charm, unparalleled history, lends a fabulous atmos-
phere to the entire continent. Taken country by coun-
try, each presents a past most fascinating — almost
unbelievable; a future of tremendous potential develop-
ment.

Verification of this might well begin in Peru —
historically speaking, as rich a country as can be found
in the Western Hemisphere. One whose past has for
years challenged the endeavors of historians and ar-
cheologists, been subjected to minute scrutiny by de-
termined students and an object of fascination to wide-
eyed, almost unbelieving tourists.

For in Peru can be found Cuzco, known as the
cheological capital of South America” and the only
city in the continent where may be seen evidence of the
meeting of two worlds; Machu-Picchu, the magnificent
stone city that is Inca architecture at its best,

"ar-

anc

Lima, capital of the country and city of one million in-
habitants.

A city of
Spanish colo-
nial pomp,
centuries olc
temples, co-
lonial mans-
ions, row af-
ter row of sil-
ver shops, ca-
ta coms and
legends galo-
re is the capi-
; tal of Peru.
f i \ But while it is
{ } , steeped in

. touches of
THE Aymara Indian inhabits the past to
Lake Titicaca region.

which it atta-
INDIANNAN di tribo Aymara ta

ches much im-
biba den region di Lago Titicaca.



the

portance, Li-
ma, neverthe-

‘x rsa iin

THE CHURCHES of Peru are masterpiec



es of beauty. A typical churc
facade is this one in Arequipa built about 1750.
E MISANAN di Peru ta obranan maestral di belleza. Un gever typico di

misa ta esaki na Arequipa trahé na mas of menos 1750.

ARUBA E



O NEWS



Cae

MACHU-PICCHU, e

ra poni a



less, does not live in the past.

It remains united with its glorious heritage and is
proud of it, but not to the degree that would impede
progr For in Lima one can see the most modern
and imposing structures rising in the foothills of the
Andes while standing in a romantic baleony once used









by gracious senoritas of the 18th century
Lima — much like the country of which it is the
capital — is beyond comparison.



Peru, bordered north, northe and east by
Colombia and Brazil; southeast and south by
and Chile and west by the Pacifie Ocean, is able tc
trace its history back approximate BC. An
advanced social order, the one best known, developec
about the 11th century in what some
to as the Sixth Peruvian Epoch.

This order — which was the result of the Inca tri-
be’s domination — continued its development through
the 16th century and was still advancing v
by Spanish conquistadors. The social order, was the
fabulous Inca Empire — the Empire of the Sun.

Superlatives are required when referring to the an-
cient Inca Empire because of its advanced civilizatior
and immense wealth. Operating from their capital in-
Cuzco, the Incas ruled what is now Peru, Bolivia and
Ecuador and parts of Colombia, Argentina and Chile.
Their leader was the Inca, Son of the Sun. Adoration
of the sun is still part of the ious rites of many
Peruvians today as attested by sun idols adorning se-
veral inland temples.

Under the rule of the Inca and the sun, it was be-
lieved that everyone was born to a definite station.
The members of the empire worked at their particular
stations as best they could for the Inca. Almost no onc
suffered pangs of jealousy, malcontent or professional
injustice at the hands of a compatriot. Each worked
without thoughts of advancement, for there was none.

No one ever contemplated improving his lot since
under the Inca system no one ever wanted for any-
thing. The Inca saw to that.

All members of the empire had a specific duty. And
duties under that advanced civilization could have
meant working in the fields of economics, agriculture
political or social systems, engineering and metallurgy
Under their notable system of
economics everything in the
empire was accounted for. Sta-
tistics were kept by means of
cords of different colors knott-
ed to represent numbe This
procedure has also been attri-
buted by some historians cer-
tain mnemoic qualities of prac-
tical value in the absence of a
written language.





to T00



historians refer

hen crushec
















ruyes



h

MACHU-PICCHU, the roofles capital es aaa oe Empire, was built with

stones so perfectly fitted no mortar was needed.





A COUNTRY of tremendous potential, Peru ha
are Lima at night, the 22,334-fo





capital sin dak di Imperio di Inca, tabata trahé cu
3 perfectamente cu no tabatin mester di kalki.

With this simple-sounding yet complicated device the
welfare of the entire empire’s populace was recorded.
Everyone labored at his particular task and produced
for the Inca and his court, for himself and to fill the
storage bins against a poor harvest. Complete prospe-
rity was maintained by exchanging produce, materials
and talent throughout the empire. If one section had
what another didn’t, exchanges would be made to in-
sure all subjects the necessities of life. And under the
Inca regime it was a peaceful and complete life that
seemingly knew no ire or want.

High on the list of Inca accomplishments were feats
in architecture, engineering and metallurgy. As archi-
tects, Inca ruins in Cuzco, Machu-Piechu, Pisak, Ollan-
taytambo, Pachacamac and hundreds of other sites have
long astounded tourists and students of the arts. Tre-
mendous temples stand majestically, defying explana-
tion of how they were constructed.







Temple walls in Cuzco stand today as solidly as they
did hundreds of years ago. It is interesting to note that
many of these walls and foundations were constructed
of tremendous block stones weighing as much
tons each and fitted so perfectly that the thin ec
a razor blade cannot be slipped between boulders.

These structures have withstood the violent
land convulsions and upheavals of Peru’s many earth-
quakes while later period
these very same Inca foundations — have crumpled.

The ruins of Machu-Picchu, sometimes referred to as
the "Lost City,” are marvels of Inca architecture. This
roofless city is made up of magnificent pieces of ar-
chitecture in temple buildir
with imposing stoops and stair , terraces
utility buildings, and buildings of scientific nature such
as a solar observatory where Inca mea-
sured the year and tracked the passing celestial bodies.
Constructed entirely of stone, this greatest of all Inca
archeological finds was uncovered by Yale University
Professor Hiram Bingham in 1911.

One of the marvels of the Inca Empire that remains
today and, in some cases, is still used, is the irrigation
system that honeycombs the An The Incas raised
their crops and tended their herds in the valleys and
steep mountain passes. They farmed on terraces run-
ning up the sides of the mountains and irrigated by the
extensive channels cut through the terrain. Because of
their length and distribution they are consic
of marvel as are so many examples of Inc
ture and engineering.
metallurgy as in all other fields the Inc
advanced. The Inca knew the seer
r and the extraction of mineral from ore.
silversmiths and goldsmiths had no peers. All reaches
of the Empire of the Sun and particularly its Cuzco
capital were lavishly decorated with gold and silver.



as 1



of



ral

same

construction — some on






forms of two-story







astrologers















a architec-







; were
ts of
Inca











modern cities, laden m

Huascaran Mountain

ore







puntains ar

and Aquayita River jur

November 6, 1954

HALTO den Andes ta

D
”

land of cer.

dynaw :

Unfortunately, their ak), ,
from the surrounding J), 4
tals into gaudy ornam\ |...
downfall.

Word of the treme} \,
reached couriers of the\yo,
appeared on the shores|,,.,

cious metals
the Spaniard
in gold and silver, he s
liking. With the fail of},
a Spanish colony. Late)...
point of Spanish rule |,
manners of gracious S}jjj,;j

The conquest of Per
co Pizarro. It began ir),,
of Peru in 1532 and e) it),
Cuzco in the Southern | 4}
Pizarro it was the cul, ,
some 10 years previou he
Incas.” The Pizz

tones.



Lees











Pizarro was strander,,
coast of Colombia in 4,
gold with little success , p:
South American caree pad
lowers with him at the wy,
Panama, Pizarro took Iq
sandy beach. He invite’ of
remain with him to cig,

1

a






1954

November 6,



Quechua Indian chief.
hefe in



aki di tribo.

ru

rful pacst-

L
I

«

» Vorid.
sj2ru in search of th

f

I
U

future

o extract gold and
id turn the preciou
as a cause of the Inca

silver
me-

wealth of th
The

empire
Spaniard soon
pre-
But while
ss a fortune
und living in Peru to his

re so bountiful.
was to ama



ica Empire, Peru became
as to become the focal
ith America steeped in
living.

accomplished by Francis-
at the extreme north
the capitulation of
following yea

de.
vith

's the
jn of





or
a search originated

||he "Golden Cities of the

with bi

3 one “arre over-
ne Isle of Gallo off the
}le was seeking the Inca



vr| UN PAIS di tremende potencia, Peru tin ci
hibi den anochi, e Seroe Huas

3S particular phase of his

had 50 half
When help z
rd and drew a line on the
of the 50 who wished to

Thirteen crossed the

aurved fol-
ived from









BUILT early in the 7th caine this Jesuit temple “shows the rich, colonial
paintings that adorn many of Peru's churches.

TRAHA na principio di siglo 17, e templo di Jezuita aki ta munstra e bunita
pinturanan colonial cu ta dorna hopi misanan di Peru.

line. These same 13 were listed by Pizarro as founders
of Lima.

Before the capital’s founding, however,
complished a feat shrouded by mystery.
Peru in 1532 and with some 200 conquered an
empire composed of ten million and guarded by vete-
ran armies. The Spaniard had firearms and _ horses,
both never before seen by the Inc but, it would
seem hardly advantage enough for 200 to offset ten
million.

It wasn’t. There were otner re ns. It was partly
due to internal warfare with Atahualpa’s sovereignity
being contested by his brother, Huascar. It is a
lieved that the indian people did not show any r
terest in fighting. For the vast majority, the a
of the "conquistadores” could only mean a change of
masters. With past that involved numerous wars,
many of the conquered earlier by the Ir
watched the aniard with attitudes
mixed with fear impressive bearded
supermen o1 riding animals never

Pizarro ac-
He entered



men




















indians



approach of the §
(at the
semidivine ¢



ight of
atures








seen before and using unbelievable firearms) and in-
difference (as to the possibility of a change in sove-
reigns which could not improve their own state of su-

bordination).
The Inca lost much of his trea
but legend also has it that



sure to the Spaniard,
much w destroyed and







hidden by members of the race. Of the hidden treasu-
res, stories popularly circulated throughout Peru
have many fabulous caches stowed a y in the hig-



hest reaches of the
descendants of the
treasures’ safekeeping
is the Inca’s ra
typical of the
and Peru.
With the conquest of the Inca Empire by Pizarro, he
kidnapped the chieftain, Atahualpa. The
a large room filled with gold and silver the height of
Atahualpa’s chest. The Incas quickly rounded up the
needed amount of precious metals and were in the pro-
of delivering the fabulous load when they learned

Andes and under constant guard by
t Inca family charged with the
Among these hidden treasures
legend of the Inca ransom is
many, many intriguing stories of Lima





om. The







ransom was







cess

the Spaniard had killed their leader. The ransom
quickly became another treasure the invading foreigner

did not get.
rro selected
capital. This
One of his
a seo de Pi-
nment palace
rro built his

With the Inca Empire under control, Pi
the left bank of the Rimrac River for hi
was the beginning of Lima. The
first moves was to build "La C
The beautiful, imposing gove
now occupies the exact location where Pi






zarro.”






home. The original structure, enlarged with the accre-
tions of Peru, served as the for viceroys for
more than 300 years.

Pizarro next started the construction of the Cathe-





dadnan moderno,



seroenan y







ran di 22,3334-pia y mondinan Aid Ric ° Meee

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

dral of Lima on the west of the main plaza, now known
as the Plaza de Armas. The original cathedral begun
by the Spanish soldier of fortune was razed and ano-
ther constructed on the same site. It too was razed and
in 1657 the Cathedral that now stands on the plaza was
started. It seems fitting that the remains of Pizarro en-
closed in a glass crypt should lay in the Cathedral on
the site he chose for Lima’s first Christian house of
worship.





little of Lima’s
so he died. He

Lima’s founder
growth.

actually saw very
Pizarro lived by the sword and
was killed in 1536, one r after the city’s establish-
ment. Befitting his character, he made his end histori-
cally dramatic. As Pizarro descended a stairway in his
two-story home, he we sted by enemies who, so
the legend relates, raced across the plaza and into the
ruler’s home.

Their number was 10,
kill two before succumbing to the rz
slumped to the floor he cried, "Jes
floor he traced a cross with his fingers, kissed it
fell dead.

Over the










AS ac

but Pizarro still managed to
in of blows. As he
” On the bloody
and





next three centuries Lima and Peru expe-
rienced relative comfort and peace. During the 17th
century pirates riding Pz * waters made Callao, the
major port of Peru, a regular ranine stop; so much so
that Duke de la Palata, viceroy at the turn of the 18th
century, had a wall constructed around Lima to fend
off pirate advances.

During this period, Lima lived in colonial — and ro-
mantic — pomp. Each viceroy concentrated on building
and usually the construction program began with a
church. While Lima has been referred to as a City of
Kings, it might just as easily be called the City of
Churches. There are over 150 churches, almost entirely
of Roman Catholic faith.










Every church in Lima is breathtaking. In addition
to large main alters at the head of the churches, they
all have series of altars on each side. Untold amounts
of gold and silver adorn altars that sometimes extend
as high as 50 feet. In one church stands a large statue
of the Virgin. The statue has over 50 dresses that are
constantly changed and cared for by a woman parishio-
ner charged with this duty.








So fabulous are the jewels
that adorn the Virgin’s robes



that the figure is rolled into a
room to the rear of the altar.
Here it spends the nights while
guarded by a male parishioner
who sleeps in the This
same church has a silver cross
that stands approximately two
and one-half feet high and is
filled with diamonds. Such la-

room.



BULLFIGHTING holds a high place in Peruvian spectator sports. Shown is
Lima's Plaza de Ocho built in 1785 by Viceroy M. Amat.

TOREAMENTO ta ocupa un lugar halto den deporte Peruano. Munstra aki
ta Lima su Plaza de Ocho trahé na 1785 door di Viceroy M. Amat.





THE CATHEDRAL of Lima is one of the



vish appointments are the rule, not the exception, in
Lima’s many churches.

It was in the 16th century that the first book and
newspaper were printed in South America. Publication
took place in Lima. The book was ”Pragmatica” and
the newspaper, the famous "Diario de Lima.”

And so it was until the beginning of the 19th century
when upon the Peruvian scene entered the two South
American liberators, Generals Jose de San Martin and
Simon Boliv:











The liberation movement in South Amer deve-
loped toward the end of the 18th century. After years
of smoldering it flared openly on Mens , 1810, in

Buenos Aires. Under the leadership of San Martin, an
Argentinian, the revolution spread through Chile and
Peru. From the north came Bolivar. Both men drove
their forces toward Lima, the center of Spanish rule.



San Martin proclaimed Peru’s independence July 28,
1821. Bolivar led the emancipation struggle to a vic-

torious end in 1924,

From the time of its independence, Peru’s
have concentrated on developing the countr produc-
tivity in an effort to support a rather fragile economy.
To this date, no ~
Peru’s world- .

leaders













le as
imports out-
weigh ex-
ports, but
there is a
marked _ ten-
dency throug-
hout the pre-
sent year to-
wards a bal-

ance of trade.

Peru is en-
dowed with
bundance
of natural re-
a Out

(Page 6)



INDIAN) women carry children |
and goods on their backs.
MUHERNAN Indian ta carga yiu

y otro articulo ariba lomba.

source










oldest temples of Christian wor-

ship. Its site was selec by Francisco Pizarro.
E CATHEDRAL di Lima ta un di e misanan mas bieuw di adoracion
Cristian. Su sitio tabata selecté door di Francisco Pizarro,




Fls. 400 Top Award

Fls. 1660 Prize



By 31 Employees with Ideas |

Thirty-one employees had ideas a
of their thinking shared in Fs.
to Fils. 400. F. Croes of Mechanica
down the top award. His accepted
20-inch manways on evaporation tc
earned him F 400,

Other high awards went to Mrs. N.
Willems-Dirkmaat, former E meen
Office employee, Fls. 300; S.
DeWeese of Mechanical Cui
tion, Fls. 200, and R. Martin, Mech-
anical Administration, Fls. 100. Other
follow:











winners

Accounting Department
»ppenfeldt



A. G Fis. 2!



Executive
N. Dirkmaat (Miss)

































1660 that meant

ARUBA ESSO NEWS
‘Three Incumbents,
Two New-Comers

Shared On Park Board

Three incumbents



and two new-

comers were elected to two-year

| terms on the Lago Sport Park Board

ccepted last month and as a result |}ast month. The incumbents were

awards from Fls. 20|H, s.
1 — Yard was the man who took
suggestion to construct two new

Figueira, Damian Tromp and
La Cruz. Newly-elected
aan W. (Janny) Brok

Jose

were
and









owers in 9, 10 and 12 visbreakers Anthony Perrotte.
| Mr. Figueira drew 1749 votes, Mr.
|Tromp 1572, Mr. La Cruz 1385, Mr.
ICY! Award Helps Brokke 1186 and Mr. Perrotte 1181.









Holland Household | Vernon T. Morgan, with 1162 votes,
| was elected alternate.
Mrs. Nellie Willems-Dirkmaat, for-| Other members of the board are
Executive Office employee, is)R, &, A. Martin, Juan Briezen, Andres
sily furnishing part of her Roer- Geerman, Raymundo Kemp _ and
mond, Holland, home with the profits Mateo Re Their terms expire
of an idea she first coined last year.) Noy. 1, 1955. :

In fact, the current profit was in the
form of a supplemental award rec
ed in Holland to my great surprise,”

iv-

3 Presente Miembro,








































November 6, 1954





| Defending Champions Upset |














































B. Meyer (Mrs) wrote Mrs. Willems-Dirkmaat. ey
C. V. Watkins It was the former Miss Nellie Dirk- 2. Nobo Eligi den
Marine Department maat, stenographer II, who received
J. S. W. Rudd an initial award of Fls. 600 for sug- Sport Park Board 5 4 4
Mechanical Department gesting a change in the handling of | \ Rpts Tbe has ' METAL TRADES, 1953 champion of the Lago Sport Park annual Knock-
Administration committee minutes. A year later the pe 5 membros actualy COs Novo out Football Lournament, Got bumped last week when it lost — 4 to 2 —
, ae Dutch housewife Mrs. N. Willems-| a sali eligi pa termino di dos anja 3 / °
L. DeWeese Fis. 200] 7. : 2 By Ae ince to Carpenter-Paint. Here the Metal Trades goaltender, a substitute
Mech. - Field Coord. - Install tray | Ditkmaat received a supplemental|den Lago Sport Park Board luna een eieboee ; g ender, a pstitute
supports ER MT OOre : ib “” | award of Fis. 300. ”I never expected | pas miembronan reeligi tabata| M9*&S 9 eng block of a Carpenter-Paint scoring try by Al =}
Reet 2 Fis. 190| this award. It will be used to help| H. Figueira, Damian Tromp y| [romp. Other tournament results to date are Machinist |, Ele 0;
I. R. - Safety - Publicize certain |fUish my home.” Jose La Cruz. Miembronan nobo eli- Pipe 4, Process |.
iene showed Lone Safety Annual | If the company continues to benefit Pe case : es Ww. (Janny)| METAL TRADES, c campeon pa 1953 di e torneo a
Report. from an original idea, the CYI pro- 3rokke y 4 nthony Perrotte. futbol bao auspicio di Lago Sport Park Board a word ;
Tape Uianr | gram is set up to pass along supple- Sr. Figue a haya 1749 voto,| eB :
. P. Viaprec | ae es % : Sa mee perdiendo 4- 2 contra Carpenter & Paint. Aki e |
D. G. Leid ‘mental awards to the suggestor| Sr. Tromp 1572, Sr. La Cruz 1385,| i ta Hi Id
A. J. C. Brouwer regardless of affiliation or location.| Sr. Brokke 1186 y Sr. Perrotte 1181.| " invaller, ta tira un uitval di un esfuerzo di Carp
eae iics Vernon T. Morg: c 62 v | door di Alejandro Tromp. Otro resultadonan di e rs neo te awor t+
ae , Process Department | rnon T. Morgan, cu 1162 voto, a fel i
“ Carpenter PAD Meta on Fls. 50 | Worde eligi como reemplazo. | Machinist |, Electrical 0; Pipe 4, Pr Fils
Means eee nea Mis. 30) Mech. - Garage - Cranes - use "Steel| tro miembronan di e board ta
Pen Slectrica Horse” boom supports R. E. A. Martin, Juan Briezen, An-
x Arends % ans + r . .
3 J. Thijse PJs. 25 | dares Geerman, Raymundo Kemp y .
M. K lijk s B. ieehi at 20 Mateo Reyes. Nan termino ta caba Manera Be bo Bishita TresEmpleadodiLago
M. Krozendijk ane ae 2 a N 1, 1955. ~ 5 a
eenee Geackin ov. 1, 1955. Centro Medico Nobo ||| Lo Juda Refinerianan
* S. Fingal Fls. 20 B Centr re ae
Instrument eae E Centro Medico nobo pa em- .
H. G. Violenus wre L.O.F. ; pleadonan lo ta habri pa inspec- Den Brazil y Japon
P. - Cracking - Reseal pitch fuel | © ie eee ia Fls. 20 Thrift Plannan cion door di empleadonan di La- || Se eee err as ;
gauges with water instead of cly- echnica Service Department go, nan familianan y publico en res empleado di Lago lo ta DiES
cerine during Gen. Insp. le Rae Pn SAB COTE ee yest (Continua di pagina 1) general for di Nov. 14 te eon ora hate nee ao, na ae
C. Geerman Big by sare 5 , Fis. 20] 4 Nov. 18. Horanan lo ta 2 pa 4:30 He y uM nye ro. oxmer na Japon ha-
Machinist ene Z rocess Design : | di Se ooo ie eae oe p.m. y 6 pa 8 p.m. a? [bri operacion na principio di otro
7 oe Tames sal Seems . 80} total di Ss. 481 cu compania a Permisonan pa_ bishitantenan || 2 s
nM ecrMeaeRCa cnn Rees proved sy ecern J. V. Ellor mia . 25) agrega na_ reserva di tal empleado|] jo ta disponibel na e Main Gate J. zk Malcolm, assistant sisaRa
i BB ic Utilities | durante ana pasa. Hendenan canando lo worde du- || Superintendent den Mechanical De-
of releveling pumps & other equip- W. E. Alberga Fls. 50 Tanto empleadonan di refineria na eeecoe a oficina di Lago partment, a sali Oct. 30 cu destino
ment. ae Mech. - Electrical - Install ground|como di marina ta recibi beneficio|| Polies. Permiso pa auto, cu ta || P2 Rio de Janeiro. Hendrik van den
ok Paint fs detector at gasoline pumphouse east! di distribucion di tal creditonan. E|| pon pa un biaha so, lo worde |Arend, un shift foreman den Pro-
C. Romney Fis. 20| bus feeder. \plan ta dunz leadons e-| . : 5 . cess Department, a sali Oct ya
: R peas ese ieee a duna empleadonan un me-|} poni ariba windshield di autonan || C©S° “ePs SEES Es pe
Bae Yard | J- V. Eder Fls. 30| dio pa spaar regularmente, y na mes|} cu ta transporta bishitantenan. Tok Ariba Nov. 13, H. V. Locker,
BP. Croes , Fls. 400! R. Somaru : Fls. 25| tempo esaki ta aumenta nan reser-|| Autonan di bishitantenan lo fee stant division SunemnU nang den
Construct two new 20” manwa Fire va considerablemente pa medio di|]| worde accomoda den e_ stand- Process, lo sali ve Rio.
evap. tower 9, 10 & 12 Vis. Units. | A. J. Creft Fls. 20°e sumanan cu compania ta agrega. | plaats di e Centro. Sr. Maleolm y Sr. Locker a wor-
de presta pa seis luna na Petrobas,
— un compania di gobierno Brazileno
cual ta traha un refineria cu capa-
Per L d of | . cidad di 45,000 barril pa dia na Cu-
u-Lan ntrigue | | batao.
Sr. van den Arend a worde presta
|na Standard-Vacuum Oil Co. cual ta
(Continued from page 5) j tains herders tend their alpaca! it so desirable is the cold Humboldt |trahando un hydroformer na su re-
its workers are handicapped in reach-| flocks. This superior quality silky) Current which comes from the An- |finena di Wakayama.
ing these resources and in subsequent wool is in demand throughout the) tarctic and chills the western coast of é a Deon o uncon come Ye:
transportation of products. This is| World. It brings high prices and Peru) South America as well as holding off ae eoe eek oar aetes Rae
; Gentes - antenecion na Col. Jacinto Mon-
due to the topography consisting of | is, for all intents, the only exporter| rain, Then too, tremendous banks of sLoreRDIJK Ripart A. = Crackiige A teiro, superintendente di e refineria
desert, mountains and forest. The| of this wool. anchovy provide the birds with food. mee oy eaters - Machine; A son 3ra ileno cual ta estableci como sie-
desert of Peru lines the coast; next! The oil industry has long been of) And so the birds come, the guano con-| ps ed , ; te milla for di Santos.
* ‘ is Bee PAS ‘rancisco R, - Accounting; A i es
comes the tremendously high Andes| considerable importance since oil is| tinues, and Peru yearly exports mil-| AlbarticosDieninte aa Sr. Locker lo funciona como con-
which make up about 40 per cent of| still available for exportation. Natio-| lions of tons of fertilizer. NIRS October 10 LE: A son,| S¢hero tecnico na Col. Monteiro du-
Peru; then the densely wooded jungle| nal requirements, however, now ab- The most important part of Peru-) is Beltrant |rante operacion inicial di e refine-
Me, ae 2 +t st of tt : : : ory : | NDUS, Aloysio - Welding: A daughter. | yjq di Fls. 100,000,000 cual lo haci
comprising some 57 per cent of the| sorb most of the country’s production.| vian economy is agriculture. Large Olga Luciana aaa 4 ‘ef boa a errrey
country. Transportation must wind| Interest in the oil industry’s future is} sugar and cotton plantations dot the| ,;pnprs . eto MarinerAvuan Iie es aa 4 ear ; y ; bide
5 2 eae OO ease ee a ea CRE gas oi er visa.
So gs ¢ four’ > -| rising fast these ZL 5 ryside along w arms rO- G ze Michael es P
gyervergundiand through) the mou SE aa eeaenenc on Yeo mouna stay onl | eCUn EV alae igus pears eery a0 {. Juan - Marine Office: A daugh- Dos empleado di e refineria na

crude jungle

tains and plow along
roads.

The Peruvian government is ma-|
king strides to open up the jungle re-|
with extensive roads through
the Most notable of these
projects is the Trans-Andean High-
way which provides a connecting link}

gions



mountains.

over the mountains to Lima.
The mining industry has long been}
Peru’s main support. With the excep-|
tion of platinum and tin, the country
abounds metals. It is
fourth in world production of gold
and silver while first in South Ame-
rica and for many years has been the!
world’s leading vanadium producer. |
The Andes are dotted with mining
concerns that represent capital from|
all over the world.
Mining doesn’t hold
the Andes. Quite importe int to Per
the wool industry. High in the moun-



in precious

a monopoly in
u is

| are



companies have conces viding the two chief export products.
Tea, tobacco, coffee wheat and
are also produced in large quantities.

It’s a fast growing country. It is
one that has the resources with w hich|
to grow and the people vigorous
enough to develop with the country
It’s a pleasant
Peruvians

the most}
active being in Peru’s northern costal
region. Under recent promulgated oil
legislation applications for conces-|
sions have totalled more than eight|
million hectares.

ions,
rice

About a million and|
a half hectares of oil concessions are | and aid its growth.
locat the Sechura Desert. This

country. Peru and
jejune region in northern} pleasantly united with their romantic}
Peru. It extends some 135 miles

past. They cling to it while moving
the coast and about miles inland

steadfastly forward.
at one point, being limited by the An-| Peruvians are carefree people and
| des on its northern and eastern sides.

‘extremely friendly. They are much

ce Peru's climate. # gh its lati-|

Exploratory drilling is being carried| like Peru’s climate. Although its lati
on in the Sechura Desert by several |

tude would dictate otherwise, it

never hot, never cold because of the
| companies. | Humboldt Current. Year round it is
ant and agreeable.

din



are

is a



along |



is

Mention cannot be made of Peru’s
industries without

always plez



including
Rich in nitrogen and used world-wide

guano. | - —_—____—__—_ a

Schedule of Paydays

as fertilizer, it is the excrement of Semi-Monthly Payroll
birds originally from sub-Artie re-| Qet, 16 - 31 Monday, Nov. 8
gions. These birds find the islands off Monthly Payroll

the coast of Peru ideal. What makes| Oct. 1 - 8 Tuesday, Nov. 9

















rlen Coromoto Cubatao actualmente ta tumando
WEBSTER, John A, - Acid & Edel.; A}
Yvonne Patricia }entrenamento na Lago.
R Andrecita M. - Mech. Yard:| Sr, van den Arend, un veterano
aughter, Erica Lidwina | 7 7
October 12 den Cat Plant, lo funciona como
EUODERS! cA Jacobo - Drydock; A} stillman durante ,,subimento” di e
daughter, Monica .
HERNANI usebio - Mech. Pipe: A|hydroformer. Durante su periodo di
daughter, Reina Francisca Mariana prestamo cual ta cuatro pa cinco



October 13

DIRKSZ, Silvero - Mech. Yard {luna el lo actua tambe como instrue-

A son



















James R. - Col. Serv.: A daughter, | tor den operacionnan di cracking. E
Marcia Angela j
October 14 refineria ta estableci na un distancia
SRICK, Perey - Shipyard: A son.|di mas of menos 300 milla sur di
gory Michael ae
October 15 Tokyo.
GOEDBLOED, Dr. Christiaans Medical
A daught Judith Elizabeth
sc Reser Paul A. - Mech. Yard: A daugh-
Pauline Alice CLASSIFIED
Florito - Rec. & Ship.: A son, Re-
migio Robert ADVERTISEMENTS
TROMP, Narsario - Mech. Boiler: A daugh-
te lvia Violeta >, ~ 1 =
DE CUBA, Antonio. M Mech. Yard: A| FOR SALE: 5-room concrete house
: daughter Edna : at 119 Lagoville. Contact E. M. Cowie
BARRY, Kitson - son, Rupe § a axis
evingeieniaeg \ son, Rupert) a¢ this address or the Esso Dining
October 16 Hall. Reasonably priced.
QUASHIE, Thomas LOF A son, Curtis
Ambrose
CROES, Nibio - Laundry; A son, Mario October 18
Enrique HAYNES, Cecil F. - Mech. Machine: A
October 17 daughter, Luci Miriam
| FORTUNO, Edmond H. P. - Mech. Garage: | BROWN, Joseph A. Cold Storage: A daugh
A daughter, Mercedes Maria ter, Sheryl Yvonne



TH




November 6, 1954

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

~





Centro Medico Nobo Lo Habri Nov. 22

Centro Medico Empleadonan nobo, un projecto di FI

na cuido diario di empleadonan y
strial, lo haci su debut Nov. 11 or
di Aruba bishita e edificio cual lo

E siguiente dia Lago Employee
Council, Special Problems Advisory
Committee y Foreign Staff Advisory
lo bishita e centro.



Committee



E edificio di un piso, den forma
di letra lo ta habri pa otro em-
pleadonan y publico general for di
dia 14 pa 18. E siguiente tres dia-
nan ta worde usa pa muda records,
herment y muebla for di e dispen-
sario actual y e centro lo cuminza
traha Nov. como e_ instalacion







medico industrial mas moderno den
Caribe.

Cu 12,000 pia cuadra di espacio
di vloer, e centro ta mas grandi cu

e dispensario di 18 anja cu e ta re-

lo ofrece mientras e

emplaza y _—
anterior dispensario no tabata ofre-
na emple

atencion medico

femenina.

e

donan
E ta

tin

aire-condicio-
un

henteramente
tal

apartamento

miti

manera
no ta per-
penetra pa audio re-
di electro-cardia-
sistema tele-

nado, novedadnan

encerra cu
zonido
h y testnan

graph, tin



di

foon y tin un seccion equipa special-

su mes





mente pa trata casonan emergente.

Porta adilanti di centro ta cara
pa camina cu ta bai pa Porta Ma-
yor. Paden tin un combinacion lob-|
by-sala di spe Pacientenan lo
reporta na un mesa banda robez di



e sala di spera y lo worde dirigi pa
e propio di un recep-
cionista sinta canto di e mesa di

clinico door

record.





700,000 dedica
experimentacion den hygiena indu-
periodistanan y un grupo di doctor
e presente dispensario.



reemplaza
Tres ta worde usa pa cuido di dia en
dia di empleadonan den refineria. E
di cuatro a worde equipa pa imple-
menta e programa ariba_ termino
di Departamento Medico den
reno di "medicina constructivo.”
Den e clinica aki
conduci estudionan
tal
chumbo
nan liber, exe





largo

te



doctornan lo
toxicologico den
asuntonan kimamento di
trahamento cu producto-

physico

manera





minacionnan









promer cu emplea, examinacionnan
pror cu operacion y casonan cu
ta presenta problemanan special.
Dr. R. Turfboer, assistant chief
center physic awor ta na E
dos Unidos tumando cursonan a-



vanza den medicina psychosomatico,
un cu enfermedad
causé mas tanto pa condicionnan
mental cu physico. Dr. Turfboer lo
trata tambe ec casonan special den
e programa di medicina preventivo.

E centro ta
pharmac oficinanan
doctornan
lugar di examinacion, banjo y lugar
di warda panja pa personal di e
centro, un laboratorio, un cuarto pa
-ray cu un kamber scur archivo-
nan, un kamber di operacion chiki-
to, un cuarto pa_psycho-therapia,
|un libreria y cuartonan pa paciente

ciencia relaciona



tambe un
pa e nuebe
un nurse cabezante, 12

contene

















sosega

© clinica pa muher, na punta zuid
| di edificio, lo tin un entrada sev-
| par I clinica banda di nord di e





| ce
di gas,

gente.

acido y otro casonan emer-

Color di e edificio ta berde, blan-
creme. Azulejo ceramico pa
muraya y di rubber pa vloer ta usa
|henter su grandi pa facilita man-
|tenecion y hacimento limpi. E ban-
kinan di sinta tin cusinchi ariba nan.

Ademas di Dr. Brace y Dr. Turf-
boer, e centro lo tin como personal
ocho otro doctor, 14 nurse,
pleado di pharmacia, cuatro emplea-
di laboratorio y hende pa
tene e lugar limpi.

| co









dos em-

do cinco



Medical Center

(Continued from page 1)

|macy, offices for nine doctors and a
supervising 12 examination
booths, showers and lockers for dis-
pensary personnel, a laboratory, an
x-ray room with adjoining dark
room and record files, a small opera-
ting room, a physio-therapy room, a
library and patients’ rest rooms.

nurse,



| The women’s clinic, located at the
southeastern end of the building, will
have a separate entrance and waiting
area. The northwest end of the buil-
ding, with an ambulance entrance,
equipped to handle gas, acid
accident and other emergency cas

The color scheme of the building is
| green, white and cream. Ceramic wall
tile and rubber floor tile used



| Pe
j is



are

throughout to facilitate maintenance |

and cleaning. Waiting benches are

E centro ta inclui cuatro clinico.| edificio, cu un entrada pa ambulan-' cushioned.



>, ta equipa pa trata desgracianan|



THE MEDICAL CENTER: The main entrance is in cen- CENTRO MEDICO: E entrada mayor ta den centro |

ter foreground. Door at right leads to constructive me-

dicine clinic.



THE LOBBY: Center background is

and receptionist's post where patients will report for

clinic assignment.

adilanti. Portabanda drechi ta conduci pa clinica di

medicina constructivo.

the records desk
mesa di e rec



p

E LOBBY: Den centro patras ta keda e records desk y

cionista unde



pacientenan lo reporta

y for di unda nan ta worde dir gi pa e clinicanan.



X-ray facilities

Laboratory

Kambernan di examinacion



so =— = re









WITH K. H. Quick,
Jersey Standard's Overseas Personnel Office
and his son, Kurt, Hendrik
Loreto go sightseeing in Rockefeller Plaza.

assistant manager



guides,



and_yiu,



Books, 4 Game, A Dance

Lago’s 1954 scholarship winners — Hendrik Bareno
and Loreto Kock — are busy these days living the lives
week, morning and
the Allentown




of American schoolboys. Five
afternoon, they’re attending cla
(Pa.) High School.

School nights, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

es in



Forgan, they’re preparing their lessons for the next
day. But the purpose of the scholarships — to make



the boys better-rounded individuals — would not be
ved if all their time was taken up by schoolwork.

To get their year’s study off on the right foot, Lago
sent Hendrik and Loreto to the States almost two
weeks before school was slated to start. In New York
they forgot schoolbooks and studies and went ’out on
the town’ — saw the Yankees play. led around Man-
hattan, dined out, took in several shows.

And now, though they tled down to a more
academic routine, their d ure still organized to allow
ample ttme for recreation and other interests. In these
pursuits they are helped by the Forgans, who serve as
their foster-parents, the school and various Allentown
















organizations.

Theirs is a typical high school youth’s existence.
Classes all week, but on the weekends a school football
game, a church dance, a classmate’s party. A couple
of hours after school they work out at the YMC
attend a meeting of the high school Mathematics Club.
Occasionally they attend a movie, or spend a night in
front of the Forgan’s television set.

This life is a distinct change from their earlier
in Aruba, but it is a life which will send them back to
their native island better able to cope with the problems
of their developing adulthood.















THE scholarship winners discuss plans for

their year at Allentown High School with

Harold Atwood, manager of the Overseas
Personne! Office, and Mr. Quick.

CU K. H.
Personal Ultramar di Jersey Standard
Kurt, como guia,



E GANADORNAN di beca

Harold Attwood, gerente di Oficina di Per-

sonal Ultramar, y Sr. Quick plannan pa nan
anja na Allentown High School.

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HENDRIK and Loret

LVS Boys Life Typical U.S. °<:

Quick and hi





Bukinan, Weganan, un Baile

E



ganadornan di beca di estudio pa 1954 — Hendrik
no y Loreto Kock — den e diz aki ta bibando
ida di mucha hombernan Americano di school.
dia pa siman, mainta y tramerdia, nan ta atende school
na Allentown (Pa.) High School.



lan



Cinco

Anochi, na cas di Sr. y

prepara nan lesnan

Sra. Frank Forgan, nan ta



siguiente dia. Pero intencion

- lo

pa ¢
di e beca — pa haci e hobennan mehor desaroya
no ta cumpli si nan pasa tur nan tempo na school.

Pa un bon principio di nan anja di estudio, Lag
manda Hendrik y Loreto ados Unidos ¢
promer cu school a habri. Na Nueva York nan a lubida
bukinan di school y estudio y a bai keiro nan a mira
Yankees hunga, a nabega rond di Manhattan, a come
afor, a presen varios show.



a

si dos siman











Y awor, maske nan a costumbra cu un rutina acade-
mico, ainda nan dianan ta organiza pa permiti bastante
tempo pa recreacion y otro asuntonan. Den contempla-
cion di e obhetonan aki nan tin familia Forgan como
nan guardiante, e school y varios otro orgafnizacion di
Allentown.

Nan bida awor ta un typico bida di school na America.

School henter siman, pero durante fin di siman un we-
ga di bala, un baile of un reunion di club di e school.
De vez en cuando un cine, of un anochi dilanti aparato
di television di familia Forgan.
E
terior ng
pone nan regresa nan isla nativo mehor prepara pa com-
bati cu e problemanan di nan crecemento pa ser hende
grandi.

bida aki ta un cambio distinto for di nan bida an-
Aruba, pero e ta un bida cu eventualmente lo








DEAR to the
Here He
of the Es

ta d cu



drik







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and Loreto

Employ

and the restaurant manager.



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Bob Hooper,

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with Mr.

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November 6.

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1
ABOARD the HMS van Speyck ABORDO di HMS van Speyclc
108 boys girls and instructors 108 mucha homber mucha muher
from Stuyvesant College in Curacao y instructor di Stuyvesant College
arrived in Aruba Oct 18 for na Curagao a yega Aruba
a three day visit At left the war Oct 18 pa un bishita di tres dia
ship nears the wharf in Oranje Banda robez e bapor di guerra ta
stad Below they tour Lagos Main acerca waaf na Oranjesad Abao
Shopb nan ta bishita Main Shops
VOL 15 No 23 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD No ember 6 1954
Vote Dec 8 9 10
Lago Declares Extra
Thrift Plans Contribution Non Nationa
More than G900 employees who participate in the Lago Thrift Foundation Group Loses
Overseas Thrift Plan and Officers Provident Fund will benefit
from the companys additional contribution announced this week Over
Fls 3 million will be shared by more than 99 per cent of Lagos One LEC Seat
employees who are participants in the thrift plans
Ihe largest number of employees A reduction in Lagos non-national
who will benefit from the extra contributions Lago ta Declara forces caused by the companys Newsmen Doctors First
are in the Lago Thrift commitment to a policy of maximum
Foundation where C089 will receive Contribucion Extra national employment has altered
additional credits the relative percentage of the Medical Center Visitors
The amount shared by each em Den Thrift Plan two employee groups to the point
ployee varies according to the amount that non national employees will
the employee has put into the thrift Mas cu G900 empleado cu ta par lose one seat on the Lago Employee Employees Families Public To Tour
ticipa den Lago Thrift Foundation
plan savings during the past year Overseas Thrift Plan y Officers Pro Council and national employees Dispensary Replacement Nov 14 18
Of the more than 99 per cent who vident Fund lo recibi beneficio di will gain one in the annual election
participate 89 per cent contribute contribucionnan extra di Compania next month Lagos new Employee Medical Center a Fls 700000 project devoted
10 per cent of their salary each pay cu a worde anuncia e seman aki The curient council is made up of to daily employee care and constructive medicine will make its debut
period These employees an over Mas cu Fls 3 millioen lo worde five national and three non national
Nov
11 when newsmen and a group of Aruba doctors tour the building
whelming majority will receive from parti door di mas cu 99 nor ciento lepresentatives When the council is
which will replace the present dispensary
the company the equivalent of GVz di e empleadonan cu ta participan installed following the Dec 810
per cent of their normal earnings tenan den e thrift plannan balloting theie will be six national The following day the Lago Employee Council the Special Problems
E cantidad and two national Advisory Committee and the Foieign
mas grandi di emplea non lepresentatives
The Fls 3
million
figure is in ad Staff
dition to the amounts contributed donan cu lo recibi beneficio di e Repiesentation on the council is Advisory Committee will take It is air conditioned throughout has
each pay period by the company to contribucionnan extra ta den Lago based on each gioups percentage of guided tours through the center such innovations as a soundproof
each participants thrift account Thrift Foundation den cual 6089 the total staff and regular employee The one story T shaped structure shielded room for hearing and electro
Each who miembro lo recibi credito adicional force exclusive of confidential ad- will be open for inspection by cardiagraph examinations is equipped
employee is in the plan
will have credited to his thrift account E cantidad parti pa cada emplea ministiative employees supervisors other employees their families and with its own telephone exchange and
do lo varia Vocational School students the general public fiom the 14th to
Lago and
a fixed sum of Fls 25 plus 65 dependiendo ariba cuan has one section specially equipped to
the 18th The next three will
to cada days
cents for each guilder he has contributed empleado a contribui den temporary employees handle emergency cases
to the plan during the past su thrift plan durante ana pasa Di Under the terms of the Woiking be used to move lecoids equipment The centers front door faces the
and furniture from the
year e mas cu 99 por ciento cu ta par Agreement the council is composed present Main Gate road Inside is a combi
ticipa 89 ciento of eight membeis each of whom dispensary and the center will go into
For example por ta contribui 10 le nation lobby waiting room Patients
a man making
Fls 400 a month with 10 per cent of por ciento di nan sueldo cada pe picsents 12 V2 per cent of the total operation Nov 22 as one of the will report to a record desk at the
his pay going into the plan has con riodo di pago E empleadonan aki eligible staff and legular employee most modern industrial medical installations left of the waiting room and be
tributed Fls 480 in a year At the cu ta den mayoria enorme lo recibi gioup At the time of the 1953 LEC in the Caribbean directed to the proper clinic by a
same time the companys regular for di compania e equivalente election national employees composed With 12000 square feet of floor receptionist stationed next to the
contribution di GV2 ciento di 6577 cent national space the center is larger than the
of three per cent has added por nan sueldo per non employees record desk
Fls 144 to this employees normal 3423 per cent 18-year-old dispensary it replaces The center includes four clinics
during that time Now as an savings additional E Fls 3 millioen aki ta en adi This percentage entitled non-national and will piovide where the former Three will be used for day-to-day care
dispensary did not medical atten
company contribution this man cion na e sumanan cu ta worde employees to three lepresen of refinery employees The fourth has
gets C5 cents foreach guilder he contributed contribui cada periodo di pago door tatives Under the terms of the tion for women employees been equipped to implement the Me
or 312 plus the Fls 25 di Compania na credito di cada par Working Agieement a percentage dical Departments long range program
fixed sum of Fls 337 Added to the ticipante total over one half of the lequiied of constructive medicine
regular monthly amounts this makes Cada empleado cu ta participa den 12 per cent of the entire eligible How When to Visit In this clinic physicians will conduct
a total of Fls 481 that the company e plan lo recibi un suma fiho di employee group was rounded up to their toxicological examination
has added to his savings over the past Fls 25 y ademas 65 cents pa cada give the non national employees an New Medical Center of employees engaged in such work
year florin cu el a contribui den e plan additional lepiesentative as lead burning and light ends hand
durante ana By Oct 1 of this the calculating
pasa year The new Employee Medical ling pre employment physical exami
Por ehemplo un homber cu ta date set in the Working Center will be for inspection nations periodic health examinations
Fls1500Coniribuied gana Fls 400 luna Agreement the cut back in open
pa y cu ta contribui non by Lago employees their families and special problem or restricted
diez ciento di national forces had educed that
por su pago den 1 duty cases
and the general public from Nov
To Relief Commiiiee 0 plan lo a contribui Fls 480 den group to 2747 per cent of the total 14 through Nov 18 Hours will be Dr R Turfboer assistant to Chief
un ana Na mes un tempo contri eligible group and raised the national Center Physician Dr R F Brace is
2 to 430 pm and 6 to 8
Lago employees rising to the bucionnan regular di compania di forces to 7253 per cent Visitors will be available pm now in the United States taking
aid of their flood ravaged neigh tres por ciento lo a agrega Fls 144 By that date the non national at the Main passes Gate Pedestrians will advanced courses in psychosomatic
bors contributed Fls 15000 to the na reserva di tal empleado Awor percentage was eligible for two rep be given at the medicine a science which treats with
pases Lago Police
Employee Relief Committee last como un contribucion adicional di resentatives but because it was bodily symptoms of mental rather
Department office One
trip stickers
week This money and contributions compania e empleado aki ta recibi not over one half of the 12% per will be attached than physical disturbances Dr
that came in after the initial 65 cents pa cada florin cu el a contribui cent required for an additional representative shields of automobiles to the wind Turfboer will handle the special pro
announcement were given to the esta 312 ademas e Fls 25 was not eligible for visitors Visitors carrying blem cases in the preventive medicine
Aruba Helps Aruba Relief Com fiho of total Fls 337 Conta hunto three accommodated cars will be program
in the
mittee cu contribucionnan regular mensual As a result of the representation parking lot centers The center also includes a phar-
Continua na pagina 6 Continued
on 2
page Continued on page 7
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ARURA ESSO NEWS
November 6 194
Marijuana User Dangerous
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS Medical
WEST INDIES DY THE LACO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD Director Warns
Printed by the Curaaosche Courant Curasao NWI
Editor
No Need for Aruba Esso Neivs
Payday Poverty Dear Sir
Recently the harmful drug known Four Employees Found
Some Lago workers are returning home penniless on payday as marijuana has become the subject
These men are primarily losing their wages through excessive of much discussion in Aruba Its
drinking They are being rolled stripped of their illegal possession transportation and Guiliy in Drug Case
cash while unconscious losing it carelessly while under the use by smokers has led to convictions
influence of alcohol or spending it all on drinking bouts in the Court of First Instance and Aruba police wound up a two- They arrested a 22-year-old
Seven Lago employees reported the loss of their wages to jail sentences for a number of persons year investigation last month youth a one time resident of Co
San Nicolas police following one recent payday All told the including four employees of the when they secured convictions lombia on a burglary charge
Lago Oil & Transport Co Ltd against eight men for selling or Under questioning he admitted he
same story Each man headed home with his pay in his
The offenses against the law are using marijuana Four of the men had staged the theft to get money
pocket stopped for a drink One drink led to another The important but the very severe effects were Lago employees They have for marijuana cigarettes
second led to a third Their memory of specific events began to on the individual smoker of marijuana been discharged for violating a Questioned further he admitted
fade Eventually each told of waking up in a doorway or alley and the very brutal crimes which the posted offense he had once grown the plant in
his money gone marijuana smoker may commit while Police said the convictions broke Colombia rolled the ground up
Carelessness with money is not confined to payday nor is under the influence of marijuana are up a ring which had been selling leaves into cigarettes and shipped
far more important to the individual several hundred cigarettes a them to Aruba for sale
excessive drinking One man who had received his termination
and to the residents of this island month throughout the island Police checked his story and
settlement that and cashed the check
day was picked up and its effects Found guilty in the Court of First found that marijuana cigarettes
intoxicated from the gutter by San Nicolas police and found to Since marijuana are Instance the men were sentenced still
not well known to most people I were being smuggled into the
have Fls 11000 in his pocket to from to six months
believe that the following information one island by crew members of the
Another man picked up the same day in the same condition concerning marijuana will be of much It was late 1952 when police sailboats which ply between Co
had over Fls 8000 value to your readers officials first suspected mari- lombia and Aruba The sailors sold
The consequences of drunken carelessness are obvious Fa Marijuana is made from the leaves juana known in the Far East as the cigarettes to shovers for 50
milies of these men to whom a drink is more important than of a plant known as Cannabis Sativa hashish and found in the hemp- cents each They in turn sold them
safeguarding their money are forced to scrape along on a depleted and is smoked in the form of ciga like Cannabis Sativa bush was to users for Fls 1 each a 100
rettes The drug is known in being smoked here per cent profit on each cigarette
budget Others face the loss of the security toward same
of the world as hashish They arrested several young Certain that marijuana was
which they have worked for many parts
years The is weed which men for starting savage unpro- being smuggled into the island the
plant a
grows
One precaution may put an end to the increasing number readily in warm and semi warm climates voked fist fights The police police questioned the most fre
of cases of payday poverty Take your money home before without cultivation It requhes thought at first the men were quent offenders in their file of
you do anything else no special preparation or processing intoxicated but could find no fighters Some of them caught
evidence they had been drinking with the tell
in being converted from the simple tale cigarettes in
Called in to quell several more their confessed
leaf to the dangerous and possession
plant
Bo Por Jega Cas cu Bo Pago intoxicating simple cigarette brawls the police began to suspect Their statements led to the
from the of the crack
For these reasons the control of savagery up of what police termed a
assaults that the attackers were well organized ring that it is
the growth distribution and use of
Algun empleado di Lago ta jega cas sin placa ariba dia di marijuana is very difficult for gov using narcotics They asked the believed had between 50 and 100
Lago Medical Department to exa- regular customers
pago ernment and law enforcement agencies
E hombernan aki ta perde nan sueldo primeramente pa mo The ordinary citizen therefore mine several suspects and though The men were convicted under
tibo di bebemento demasiado Nan ta worde horta of sea legitimately becomes a controlling no evidence admissible in court a Netherlands Antilles law which
roba ora nan ta for di tino perdiendo esaki bao influencia agent and has a personal responsibility was found the medical reports is based on an international nar
tended to confirm their suspicions cotics control agreement Under
di alcohol of gastando den paranda di bebemento to destroy all known Cannabis
The police then opened an ex- the law those arrested in con
Siete empleado di Lago a reporta perdida di nan placa na Sativa plants and a moral obligation haustive investigation They com- nection with narcotics may be
the
poliz di San Nicolas despues di un reciente dia di pago Tur a to known report handling to lawful or agencies smoking of piled a file of those arrested for jailed immediately and unusual
conta e mes storia Cada uno di nan na camina pa cas cu su marijuana fighting Repeaters on the list in the Netherlands Antilles penal
sueldo den saco a para tuma un bitter Uno a bira dos Di dos The use of marijuana is dangerous were followed Police discovered code are not eligible for bail
a bira tres Nan memoria a cuminza nubia Eventualmente cada to the individual and to the community cigarettes could be purchased on Maximum punishment for a first
dilanti of canto di camina street corners in bars from shifty conviction on a narcotics charge
uno a spierta porta su placa a It may be eaten or it may be
men in dark alleys Analysis is four months in jail ora Fls 1000
bai smoked When eaten the effects are
showed them to be marijuana fine Second offenders are left to
Tratamento sin cuidao ta socede solamente ariba the same as when smoked but the
cu placa no
Then the police got a break the mercy of the court
dia di pago y ni tampoco bebemento demasiado Un homber action of the drug on the person is
much slower than when smoked
kende a recibi su pago di retiro e dia y a cobra e check a worde
The most rapid effects from untrue which are so terrifying to will be no ill effects to him as an
door di di San Nicolas borachi canto di camina
haya poliz
y marijuana are obtained by smoking him that he may run wildly about individual and he will return quickly
nan a descubri cu den su saco el tabatin Fls 11000 the drug and inhaling the smoke fight with people commit brutal to the normal and decent person he
Un otro homber haya e mes dia den un condicion similar When marijuana smoke is inhaled attacks against people and may even used to be
tabatin mas cu Fls 8000 the dangerous effects from the drug kill his best friend In this advanced A serious warning to marijuana
E consecuencianan di bebemento demasiado ta evidente Fa may develop so rapidly that the individual stage of marijuana intoxication the smokers is the following It is a fact
milianan di e hombernan aki pa kende un bitter ta mas impor is intoxicated before one smoker loses all memory of what he that while the marijuana smoker may
tante cu percuracion pa nan placa ta haya nan mes obliga di single cigarette has been smoked has done and does not recall the stop smoking marijuana at any time
Even a very small quantity of brutal and hideous crimes which he without harm to him the continued
sigui lucha den necesidad Otro mester enfrenta perdida di e
marijuana may produce severe symptoms may have committed When the use of marijuana will lead to narcotic
cual traha tanto
seguridad nan a anja
pa of intoxication raving fits and effects of intoxication wear off and addiction After a period of time
Un medida por pone un fin na e creciente cantidad di perdi the desire to commit serious crimes his normal mind returns to him he marijuana no longer gives the user
da di placa ariba dia di pago Hiba bo sueldo cas promer bo The marijuana smoker loses control still must be responsible for the the fantastic and unnatural sensa
haci nada otro of his muscles so that he cannot make crimes and sadness which he has tions he desires and so he begins to
normal movements His heart beat is created use heroin morphine and other opium
increased he has a ringing sensation The marijuana smoker is especially derivatives
in his ears his head feels full of dangerous when driving an automobile He then becomes a true narcotic
Votadornan ta Haya Tempo heat he may become dizzy and he since he has no sense of distance addict and from this condition recovery
develops the feeling of cold in the direction or speed and lacks the co is the rare rather than the
Liber Dia di Eleccion pa Staten hands and the feet ordination of his muscles necessary usual end result
With increasing amounts of mari for driving The marijuana smoker Yours very truly
Empleadonan cu tin derecho di Empleadonan cu ta munstra incor juana smoke he will become severely is equally dangerous to fellow employees R C Carrell MD
vota den eleccion di dia 15 di November rectamente of kende su nomber no ill vomit and finally go into a in a location such as our Medical Director
pa Staten di Antillas Ho ta inclui ariba e lista ta keda avi restless sleep accompanied by very refinery where his uncontrolled and
landes lo worde duna tempo liber sa pa presenta nan carchi oficial di strange and fantastic dreams maniacal actions may lead to explosions LEC Seat Lost
cu pago pa cumpli cu e funcion ci vota na nan superioman Esakinan The effects of marijuana on the fires and the breaking of
vico aki lo haci e arreglonan necesario smokers mind are more serious than safety rules established by the com Continued from page 1
Pa obtene derecho ariba e privi E lista lo keda ariba e borchi for the effects on his body In the early pany for the protection of employees change voters this year will elect
legio aki empleadonan mester po di Nov 8 te Nov 15 inclusive Em stages the marijuana smoker will and equipment four national no non national mem
see carchinan oficial di vota y mester pleadonan cu tin cualkier pregunta develop an unnatural feeling of lightheadedness When it is realized that an other bers of the council
ta traha un periodo di trabao tocante tempo liber pa votamento and personal importance wise normal employee may go for a Up for contention will be seats
estableci den dia entre 8 am y mester tuma contacto cu nan supe After this there follows a period of few minutes to a toilet or locker vacated by Council President J Eras
6 pm e oranan oficial di vota rioman mental excitement which leads to room smoke one or more marijuana mus Vice President F H Ritveld
ariba 15 di November Empleado uncontrolled and senseless laughter cigarettes while therein and return and Member G Giel who complete
nan cu ta cai den e categoria aki wild and false sensations and severe to his job completely changed to the their two year term Dec 31 and the
lo worde dispensa for di trabao pa Oranan di Consulta confusion as to time and space status of an incoordinated mentally national seat created by the shift in
dos ora consecutivo di trabao cu The smokers hearing is particu disorientated and sometimes maniacal employee percentage
mantenecion di pago complcto Pa Hospital ta Cambia larly affected and sounds and voices employee the serious dangers of No non national member will be
are distorted and magnified Ideas marijuana should become very plain elected though candidates for first
E tempo liber aki ta worde ge Cu entrada di Nov 15 oranan and thinking become greatly confused to you as a reader of this letter alternate to the non national side of
plan door di cada departamento en di consulta na clinica general pa The passing of only a few minutes The Medical Department has been the council will be nominated for a by
relacion cu necesidad di trabao y familia na Lago Hospital lo ta often seems like the passing of many asked about the treatment of a election to be run in conjunction with
en cuanto posible conveniencia di smoker Since marijuana the regular election Non National
Dialuna pa Diasabra 8 am hours The marijuana victim loses all marijuana
e empleado te 1030 am personal control over his will power does not produce an addiction such Representatives G E S Straughn
Cada departamento di acuerdo cu Oranan di servicio ariba Dia and his actions as moz phinei opium etc no treatment and S E Howard each have one year
ley lo pone ariba su borchi di anun domingo y dianan di fiesta ta ke In the later stages of marijuana is necessary for the marijuana to serve The third non national representative
cio un lista di tur su empleadonan da mescos 10 am te 113C intoxication the victim has spells smoker He needs only to stop smok on the current council
conoci como votador y e oranan du or raving fits He has hallucinations ing marijuana cigarettes If he stops B K Chand completes his term
rante cual cada uno ta bai vota and illusions completely false and smoking marijuana cigarettes there I Dec 31
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Nn ember 6 1954 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
musculo pa corre E humador di
Humador ta Perde Control marijuana ta mes tanto peligroso pa 4 Empleado a
companjeronan di trabao den lugar
nan manera nos refineria unda su Worde Seniencia
accionnan sin control y delirioso por
Director Medico Bisa Usador
a causa explosion candela y violacion Pa Marijuana
di reglanan di seguridad estableci
door di compania pa proteccion di Poliznan na Aruba a conclui
Di Marijuana ta Peligroso emplcadonan y herment un investigacion di dos anja lu
Ora hende realiza cu un empleado
na pasa ora ocho homber a wor
normal por bai algun minuut den un
bendemen
Redactor bierno y instancianan di enforza ley mente di e humador ta mas serio cu excusado of cuarto huma uno of mas de haya culpable na
to of usamento di marijuana
Aruba Esso Netvs E ordinario ciudadano pesey ta bira e efectonan ariba su curpa Den pro sigaria marijuana y regresa na su di
Cuatro di tabata empleado
ta bira un instancia di fascnan humador di marijuana nan
Distinguido Senor legitimamente mer e trabao cambia henteramente den un di
Nan worde kita for
Lago a
control y tin un responsabilidad personal ta desaroya un sentimento innatural estado di un empleado incoordina disorients
trabao cometemento di un
Recientemente e perjudicial narco pa destrui tur matanan Can di corazon liher y importancia personal mentalmentc y algun vez delirioso pa
tico conoci como marijuana a bira nabis Sativa y un obligacion moral Despues di esaki ta sigui un anto e serio peligronan di grave ofensa
obheto di hopi discusion na Aiuba pa reporta na agencianan di ley tur periodo di excitacion mental cu por marijuana mester ta claro na bo como Poliznan a declara cu e conviccionnan
Su posesion illegal transpoitacion y casonan di tratamento y humamento causa harimento sin control y por un lector di e carta aki a kibra un ring cu
tabata bendiendo varios cientos
uso door di fumadornan a conduci na di marijuana cu el sabi nada sensacionnan bruto V falso y Departamento Medico a worde pun
conviccionnan den Corte di Piomer Uso di marijuana ta peligroso pa severo confusion en cuanto ta tempo tra tocante tratamento di un humador cigaria cada luna den henter e
Instancia y sentencianan di prison pa e individuo y pa comunidad E por y distancia di marijuana Como marijuana no isla Haya culpable dilanti Corte
algun persona incluyendo cuatio woide comi of huma Ora comele e Tendemento di e humador paiticu ta produci un vicio manera morphine den Promer Instancia e hom
bernan worde sentencia for di
empleado di Lago Oil & Transport efectonan ta mescos cu ora humele larmente ta woide afecta y zonido y opio etc tratamento no ta necesario a
Co Ltd pero accion di e narcotico ariba e voznan no ta klink ical Ideanan y pa e humador di marijuana Solamen uno te seis luna di castigo
Tabata fin di 1952 ofi
E ofensanan contra ley ta impor persona ta mas gradual cu ora pensamento ta confundi Pasamento te el mester stop di huma cigaria na ora
tante pero e efectonan muy serio ari humele di solamente algun minuut ta mane marijuana Si el stop di huma e ci cialnan di poliz a sospecha ma
ba e humador individual di marijuana E efectonan mas rapido for di ra cantidad di ora E victima di mari garianan aki lo no tin ningun mal rijuana originalmente Esaki ta
ta worde obteni door di ta tur control personal conoci den Lejano Oriente como
y e crimennan sumamente biutal marijuana juana perde efecto na dje como individuo y el lo
cual e humador di marijuana por co I huma e narcotico anto inhala e hu ariba su poder di voluntad y su bolbe liher na e estado anterior di hashish y ta un mata
mete mientras bao influencia di mari ma Ora huma di marijuana woide accionnan normal decente Nan a aresta varios hoben cu
persona y
juana ta mucho mas importante pa e inhala e efectonan peligroso di e Den e subsequente fasenan di in Un serio spieitamento na humador a principia algun peleanan sal
individuo y pa lesidentenan di e isla narcotico por desaroya asina rapido toxicacion di marijuana e victima ta nan di marijuana ta lo siguiente Ta vaje sin ningun provocacion Promer
aki cu e persona ta embriaga promer cu consegui ilusionnan delirioso El tin un hecho cu mientras e humador di poliznan a kere cu nan ta
Como marijuana y su efectonan no el caba di huma un cigaria henter hallucinacion y ilusionnan completa marijuana por stop di humele tur bata bao influencia pero nan no
ta bon conoci na majoria hende mi Hasta un cantidad masha chikito di mente falso y inreal cual ta asina ora sin mal efecto ariba dje e uso por a haya evidencia cu nan a
ta kere cu e siguiente informacion to marijuana por produci serio symp horrible pe cu el por corre pa loco continuo di marijuana ta hiba na vicio bebe
cante marijuana lo ta di mucho valor tomo di embriaguez delirio y e deseo bringa cu hende comete atakenan narcotico Despues di un periodo Ora poliznan tabata worde ya
na bo lectornan pa comete horrendo crimen E humador brutal contra otio y hasta por mata di tempo marijuana no ta duna e ma pa caba mas peleanan po
Marijuana ta traha di foyonan di di marijuana ta perde control di su mehor amigo Den e fase avanza usador mas e sensacionnan fantastico liznan a cuminza sospecha for
un mata conoci como Cannabis Sa su musculo asina cu el no por haci aki di embriaguez e humador ta perde y innatural cu el ta desea y anto cl di brutalidad di e eventonan aki
tiva y ta woide huma den forma di movecion controla Su batimento di memoria completo y no por re ta cuminza usa heroin morphine y cu e atakadornan tabata usa
aki ta subi el ta fluit brutal horiendo crimen narcotico Nan a pidi Departamento
cigaria E mes narcotico ta conoci corazon haya un corda e y cu otro derativo di opio
di mundo mento den cabez ta el comete Ora efectonan di Medico di Lago exami
na hopi paiti como orea su manera por a e vicio pa
Anto el ta cria un berdadero
hashish E mata ta cabez cumin intoxicacion reduci tino normal na varios hende bao sospecho
planta ta un cu cayente paden su por y su narcotico y for di e condicion aki le y
ciece den climanan calor of semi calor za draai y el ta haya un sentimento regresa sinembargo ainda el mester maske ningun evidencia admiti
cuperacion ta stranjo y no c costu
sin cultivacion E ta di frio den crimennan ble den corte a worde descubrl
no requeri pre su man y pianan para responsable pa e y mario resultado final
paracion special of proceso den su Cu mas huma di marijuana el ta tristeza cu el por a causa e reportajenan medico tabatin in
cambio for di un simple foyo pa e bira severamente enfermo braak y Particularmente e humador di maii clinacion pa confirma nan sospecho
peligroso y intoxicante cigaria por fin bai un sonjo intranquil acom juana ta peligioso ora el ta corre Dr R C Carrell
Pa e motibonan aki control di cre panja pa sonjonan masha stranjo y un auto pasobra el no tin realizacion Sinceramente Anto poliznan a cuminza cu
cemento distribucion y usamento di fantastico di distancia direccion of velocidad y un investigacion intensivo Nan
marijuana ta masha dificil pa go- E efectonan di maiijuana ariba ta falta e necesario coordinacion di Director Medico a compila un archivo di esnan de
teni pa bringamento Repeti
dornan a worde sigui Poliznan
a haya sabi cu cigarianan por a
Malcolm Locker vd Arend Voters To Receive worde cumpra na skinanan di ca
ya den barnan for di homber
October Rain Time Off During nan sospechoso Un analysis a
Help Brazil Japan Refineries Was Heaviest Legislative Election Anto munstra poliz cu a nan haya tabata e oportunidad marijuana
Three Lago employees will be on Fls 100000000 lefinery which will In 25 Years Lago employees qualified to vote Nan a aresta un hoben di 22
hand when a new refinery in Brazil do visbieaking leforming and in the Nov 15 election of the Legisla anja un anterior residente di
Colombia ariba di robo
and a hydioformer in Japan go on thermal cracking of light and heavy tive Council of the Netherlands An cargo
stream early next year gas oil Last month more rain fell on Aruba tilles will be granted time off with Den verhoor el a admiti cu el a
J F Malcolm assistant division Mr van den Aiend a veteran Cat than in any October since 1929 Lago full pay to perform this civic function comete e ladronisia pa haya pla
superintendent in the Mechanical De Plant supervisor will serve as a laboratory records showed A total ca pa cumpra cigaria marijuana
partment left Oct 30 for Cubatao stillman during the come up of the of 918 inches much of it concentrated To be entitled to this privilege em Ora nan a puntrele mas leuw
Hcndrik van den Arend shift fore- hydioformer During his four-to-five-month in the week following hur ployees must have official voting el a admiti cu un tempo el tabata
loan he will also ricane Hazels was recorded cultiva e mata aki na Co
period passage cards and must be working an established
serve as an instructor in cracking in the laboratorys rain day shift between 8 am and lombia lora e foyonan na ciga
operations The refinery is located gauges 6 pm the official voting hours ria y manda nan Aruba pa bende
some 300 miles south of Tokyo The heaviest rainfall in any pre on Nov 15 Employees falling into Poliznan a check su storia y a
descubri ainda
cu cigaria mari
vious October occurred in 1933 when this category will be excused from
juana tabata drenta aki con
667 inches were repoited work for two consecutive working pa
trabanda pa medio di tripulante
HospHal Clinic Last months total was not the hours with full pay nan di barconan di bela cu ta
This time off will be scheduled by
largest since the laboratory started
Hours tira viaje entre Colombia Aru
Changed y
each department in relation to the
totaling rainfall in 1929 however In ba E tripulantenan tabata ben
Effective Nov 15 service hours November 1944 the gauges showed work load and to the extent possible de e cigarianan cincuenta
at the Lago Hospital general a whopping 1210 inches the convenience of the employee cents pa uno E hendenan pa cu ta
family clinic will be Each departement in accordance
Other near record rainfall months cumpra e cigaria tabata bende
Monday through with law will post on its bulletin
Saturday
November 1938 when 1185
were nan na usadornan na razon di
H vd Arend J F Malcolm board a list of all known qualified
8 am to 1030 am
inches fell and December 1950 which Fls 1 pa uno un ganashi di 100
in the Process Sunday and holiday services voters and the hours each is scheduled
man had 1192 inches The 25 year average por ciento ariba cada cigaria
Department left hours remain unchanged 10 am for October was 198 inches up to this to go to the polls Employees who Siendo segur cu marijuana ta
Oct 23 for Tokyo to 1130 am are not correctly listed or who are
year The lightest October fall bata drenta aki pa contrabanda
On Nov 13 H V not listed at all are advised to present
occurred in 1940 21 inches poliznan a interroga e mas fre
Locker assistant their official voting cards to their
quente ofensornan ariba nan lis
division superintendent foremen The foremen will make the
ta Algun di nan cogi cu e ci
in Process necessary arrangements garia den admi
nan posesion a
vill leave for Cu This list will be posted from Nov ti
batao 8 through Nov 15 Employees who
Nan declaracionnan resulta
a
Mr Malcolm and have any questions regarding the
den loke poliznan un
time off for should a yama
Mr Locker have voting procedure
-^ ring bon organiza cu segun cre
been loaned for six contact their supervisors
encia mester tabatin entre 50
months to Petro
y 100 cliente regular
bas a Brazilian ONE Humble Oil Co and two
H V Locker E hombernan a worde senten
government com Standard Oil Co NJ employee cia ariba base di un ley den An
pany which is building a 45000-barrel-a-day relations executives on a tour of tillas Holandes cu ta basa ariba
refinery at Cubatao
Caribbean operations visited un tratado internacional pa con
Mr van den Arend has been loaned
trol di narcotico Segun e ley es
to the Standard Vacuum Oil Co Lago last month R H Hortorj
nan aresta en coneccion cu narcotico
which is building a hydioformer at right Humbles employee relations
its Wakayama lefinery manager and W B Maloney por worde imprisona mes
desconoci den codigo
ora
pe
Mr Malcolm will serve as an center of Jersey Standards employee y
nal Antillas Holandes no ta
advisor on mechanical and maintenance
relations department look
eligible pa libertad bao fianza
organization to Col Jacinto
over a Public Relations di
Department Castigo maximo pa promer
Monteiro superintendent of the Bra
display with R W Schlag conviccion ariba un cargo narco
zilian refinery which is located some
eter assistant department manager tico ta cuatro luna den prison
seven miles from Santos
Behind Mr Schlageter is O of un boet di Fls 1000 Ofen
Mr Locker will serve as a technical
consultant to Col Monteiro E Gredler of Jersey Standards sornan pa di segunda vez ta ke
da entrega na clemencia di
during the initial operation of the employee relations department corte e
J
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
November 6 1934
THE LLAMA tireless Andean beast serves the present day Indian as faith MACHU PICCHU the rootles capital of the Inca Empire was built with
fully at it did his forefathers centuries ago stones so perfectly fitted no mortar was needed
E LLAMA un indescansable animal di Andes ta sirbi e Indian di awendia MACHU PICCHU e capital sin dale di Imperio di Inca tabata traha cu
mes fiel cu e tabata sirbi su antecesornan piedra pom asina perfectamente cu no tabatin mester di kalki
Ctta a continent South America has a distinctive less does not live in the past With this simple sounding yet complicated device the
type of charm developed over centuries of full and rich It remains united with its glorious heritage and is welfare of the entire empires populace was recorded
living The southern continent abounds in a type of proud of it but not to the degree that would impede Everyone labored at his particular task and produced
history unlike that of the other five This distinctive progress For in Lima one can see the most modern for the Inca and his court for himself and to fill the
charm unparalleled history lends a fabulous atmosphere and imposing structures rising in the foothills of the storage bins against a poor harvest Complete prosperity HIGH in the Andes si
to the entire continent Taken country by country Andes while standing in a romantic balcony once used was maintained by exchanging produce materials
each presents a past most fascinating almost by gracious senoritas of the 18th century and talent throughout the empire If one section had HALTO den Andes ta
unbelievable a future of tremendous potential development Lima much like the country of which it is the what another didnt exchanges would be made to insure
capital is beyond comparison all subjects the necessities of life And under the
Verification of this might well begin in Peru Peru bordered north northeast and east by Ecuador Inca regime it was a peaceful and complete life that
historically speaking as rich a countiy as can be found Colombia and Brazil southeast and south by Bolivia seemingly knew no ire or want
in the Western Hemisphere One whose past has foi and Chile and west by the Pacific Ocean is able to High on the list of Inca accomplishments were feats
years challenged the endeavors of historians and ar trace its history back approximately to 700 BC An in architecture engineering and metallurgy As architects
cheologists been subjected to minute scrutiny by determined advanced social order the one best known developed Inca ruins in Cuzco Machu Picchu Pisak Ollan
students and an object of fascination to wide about the 11th century in what some historians lefer taytambo Pachacamac and hundieds of other sites have
eyed almost unbelieving tourists to as the Sixth Peruvian Epoch long astounded tourists and students of the arts Tremendous
For in Peru can be found Cuzco known as the ar This order which was the result of the Inca tri temples stand majestically defying explana
cheological capital of South America and the only bes domination continued its development thiough tion of how they were constructed
city in the continent where may be seen evidence of the the 16th century and was still advancing when crushed Temple walls in Cuzco stand today as solidly as they land
meeting of two worlds Machu Picchu the magnificent by Spanish conquistadors The social order was the did hundreds of years ago It is interesting to note that o cep
stone city that is Inca architecture at its best ano fabulous Inca Empire the Empire of the Sun many of these walls and foundations were constructed
Lima capital of the country and city of one million in Superlatives are required when referring to the an of tremendous block stones weighing as much as 15
habitants cient Inca Empire because of its advanced civilization tons each and fitted so perfectly that the thin edge of dyn
A city of and immense wealth Operating from their capital in a razor blade cannot be slipped between boulders cum i
Spanish colo Cuzco the Incas ruled what is now Peru Bolivia and These same structures have withstood the violent
nial pomp Ecuador and parts of Colombia Argentina and Chile land convulsions and upheavals of Perus many earthquakes Unfortunately their at to
F ^. centuries old Their leader was the Inca Son of the Sun Adoration while later period construction some on from the surrounding J hd
temples colonial of the sun is still part of the religious rites ot many these very same Inca foundations have crumpled tals into gaudy ornarm as
< mansions Peruvians today as attested by sun idols adorning several The ruins of Machu Picchu sometimes referred to as downfall
low after inland temples the Lost City are marvels of Inca architecture This Word of the treme
row of silver Under the rule of the Inca and the sun it was believed roofless city is made up of magnificent pieces of architecture reached couriers of the Voi
shops ca that everyone was born to a definite station in forms of temples two story buildings appeared on the shores ru
ta corns and The members of the empire worked at their particular with imposing stoops and staii cases terraces walls cious metals he had hej re
legends galo stations as best they could for the Inca Almost no one utility buildings and buildings of scientific nature such the Spaniards original \\
re is the capital suffered pangs of jealousy malcontent or professional as a solar observatory where Inca astrologers measured in gold and silver he s un
of Peru injustice at the hands of a compatriot Each worked the year and tracked the passing celestial bodies liking With the fall of pea
But while it is without thoughts of advancement for there was none Constructed entiiely of stone this greatest of all Inca a Spanish colony Late as
steeped in No one ever contemplated improving his lot since archeological finds was uncovered by Yale University point of Spanish rule Lja
touches of under the Inca system no one ever wanted for any Professor Hiram Bingham in 1911 manners of gracious Si liv
THE Aymara Indian inhabits the the past to thing The Inca saw to that One of the marvels of the Inca Empire that remains The conquest of Pen ICC
Lake Titicaca region which it atta All members of the empire had a specific duty And today and in some cases is still used is the irrigation co Pizarro It began ir es
ches much im duties under that advanced civilization could have system that honeycombs the Andes The Incas raised of Peru in 1532 and e ritl
INDIANNAN di tribo Aymara ta portance Li meant working in the fields of economics agiiculture their crops and tended their heids in the valleys and Cuzco in the Southern tl
biba den region di Lago Titicaca ma neverthe- political or social systems engineering and metallurgy steep mountain passes They farmed on terraces run Pizarro it was the cub Ml (
Under their notable system of ning up the sides of the mountains and irrigated by the some 10 years previou he
economics everything in tne extensive channels cut through the terrain Because of Incas The Pizarro le o
empire was accounted for Statistics their length and distribution they are considered works tones
were kept by means of of marvel as are so many examples of Inca architecture Pizarro was strande
cords of different colors knotted and engineering coast of Colombia in je
to represent numbers This In metallurgy as in all other fields the Incas were gold with little successL p
procedure has also been attributed amazingly advanced The Inca knew the secrets of South American careeHiaj
by some historians certain mining and the extraction of mineral from ore Inca lowers with him at theyj
mnemoic qualities of prac silversmiths and goldsmiths had no peers All reaches Panama Pizarro took Ircj ,
tical value in the absence of a of the Empire of the Sun and particularly its Cuzco sandy beach He invitee 0f
written language capital were lavishly decorated with gold and silver remain with him to cer
fTtVaLas Barrio i tmell
Set *&*&'*
HB EH ii iaHIHBdL WH
THE CHURCHES of Peru are masterpieces of beauty A typical church
facade is this one in Arequipa built about 1750
E MISANAN di Peru ta obranan maestral di belleza Un gever typico di A COUNTRY of tremendou potent al Peru ha modem tie ore -aden mountain and fertile ungle Showr un
misa ta esaki na Arequipa traha na mas of menos 1750 are Lima at night the 22 334 foot Hua caran Mountain and Aguayita River ungle
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
ocmber 6 1954
.
? ihlu m wmt r - -ronamB9BEEa an twcsTT t g ,?.- * "*
BUILT early in the 17th century this Jesuit temple shows the rich colonial BULLFIGHTING holds a high place in Peruvian spectator sports Shown is
paintings that adorn many of Perus churches Limas Plaza de Ocho built in 1785 by Viceroy M Amat
TRAHA na principio di siglo 17 e templo di Jezuita aki ta munstra e bunita TOREAMENTO ta ocupa un lugar halto den deporte Peruano Munstra aki
pinturanan colonial cu ta dorna hopi misanan di Peru ta Lima su Plaza de Ocho traha na 1785 door di Viceroy M Amat
line These same 13 were listed by Pizarro as founders dral of Lima on the west of the main plaza now known vish appointments are the rule not the exception in
of Lima as the Plaza de Armas The original cathedral begun Limas many churches
Before the capitals founding howeer Pizarro accomplished by the Spanish soldier of fortune was razed and another It was in the 16th century that the first book and
a feat shrouded by mystery He entered constructed on the same site It too was x azed and newspaper were printed in South America Publication
Peru in 1532 and with some 200 men conquered an in 1657 the Cathedral that now stands on the plaza was took place in Lima The book was Pragmatica and
Quechua Indian chief empiie composed of ten million and guarded by veteran started It seems fitting that the remains of Pizarro enclosed the newspaper the famous Diario de Lima
I hefe indio aki di tribo armies The Spaniard had fiieaims and horses in a glass crypt should lay in the Cathedral on And so it was until the beginning of the 19th century
both never before seen by the Incas but it would the site he chose for Limas first Christian house of when upon the Peruvian scene entered the two South
seem hardly advantage enough for 200 to offset ten worship American liberators Generals Jose de San Martin and
million Limas founder actually saw very little of Limas Simon Bolivax.
It wasnt There were other icasons It was partly growth PizaiTo lived by the sword and so he died He The liberation movement in South America deve
due to internal warfare with Atahualpas sovereignity was killed in 1536 one year after the citys establishment loped toward the end of the 18th centuxy After years
being contested by his brothex, Huascar It is also believed Befitting his character he made his end historically of smoldering it flared openly on May 25 1810 in
that the indian people did not show any real interest dramatic As PizaiTo descended a stairway in his Buenos Aixes Under the leadership of San Max tin an
iru in fighting For the vast majoiity the axrival two story home he was accosted by enemies who so Argentinian the revolution spread through Chile and
of the conquistadores could only mean a change of the legend relates raced aexoss the plaza and into the Pex u Fx om the north came Bolivar Both men drove
masteis With a past that involved numcx ous wars x-ulex-s home their foxxes toward Lima the center of Spanish rule
many of the indians conquered earlier by the Incas Their number was 10 but Pizax ro still managed to San Martin pxoclaimed Perus independence July 28
watched the approach of the Spaniax d with attitudes kill two befoie succumbing to the rain of blowc As he 1821 Bolivar led the emancipation struggle to a victorious
fat paat mixed with fear at the sight of impressive bearded slumped to the floor he cx ied Jesus On the bloody end in 1924
supermen or semidivine creatures liding animals never floor he traced a cross with his fingexs kissed it and From the time of its independence Perus leadex s
seen befoxe and using unbelievable firearms and in-diffex-ence fell dead have concentrated on developing the countrys productivity
as to the possibility of a change in sove in an effoxt to support a rather fragile economy
Over the next thx ee centuries Lima and Peru experienced
future xeigns which could not impiove their own state of subordination To this date
xelative comfort and peace During the 17th T >_ 11
rem s worm-
century pix ates riding Pacific waters made Callao the Hp
o extract gold and silver The Inca lost much of his tieasuie to the Spaniard major port of Peru a regular raiding stop so much so vide trade
kd turn the picciou3 me but legend also has it that much was destioyed and that Duke de la Palata viceroy at the turn of the 18th picture is unfavorable B6
as a cause of the Inca hidden by members of the race Of the hidden tx-easu-xes century had a wall constructed axound Lima to fend as I i
stories popularly circulated throughout Peru off pix ate advances impox ts out
wealth of the empire have many fabulous caches stowed away in the highest During this period Lima lived in colonial and romantic weigh exports
Vorld The Spaniard soon leaches of the Andes and under constant guard by pomp Each viceroy concentrated on building but
ru in seaich of the p re- descendants of the first Inca family charged with the and usually the construction program began with a there is a
re so bountiful But while treasui es safekeeping Among these hidden tieasures church While Lima has been xeferxed to as a City of marked ten
was to amass a fortune is the Incas ransom The legend of the Inca lansom is Kings it might just as easily be called the City of dency thxoug
und living in Peru to his typical of the many many intriguing stories of Lima Chuxches There ax e over 150 churches almost entirely hout the pie
hca Empire Peru became and Pexu of Roman Catholic faith sent year to
as to become the focal With the conquest of the Inca Emph e by Pizarro he wards a bal
Every church in Lima is bx eathtaking In addition of trade
ith America steeped in kidnapped the chieftain Atahualpa The ransom was to large main altex s at the head of the churches they ance Peru is
living a large xoom filled with gold and silver the height of all have series of altars on each side Untold amounts dowed en
accomplished by Francis Atahualpas chest The Incas quickly rounded up the of gold and silver adorn altars that sometimes extend with INDIAN women carry children
es at the extreme north needed amount of precious metals and were in the process as high as 50 feet In one church stands a large statue an of natural abundance and goods on their backs
ith the capitulation of of delivering the fabulous load when they learned resources
of the Vix gin The statue has over 50 dresses that are
Is the following For the but MUHERNAN Indian ta yiu
had killed
year Spaniard their leader The ransom constantly changed and cared for by a woman pax-ishio-ner carga
n of a search originated became otro articulo ariba lomba
quickly another treasure the invading foxeigner charged with this duty Page 6 y
he Golden Cities of the did not get
So fabulous are the jewels
one with bizarre ovcr- With the Inca Empire under control Pizarx o selected that adorn the Virgins robes
the left bank of the Rimrac River for his capital This that the figux e is x oiled into a
Iie Isle of Gallo off the was the beginning of Lima The year 1535 One of his room to the x ear of the altar
was seeking the Inca first moves was to build La Casa de Francisco de Pizarro Here it spends the nights while
Js particular phase of his The beautiful imposing government palace guarded by a male parishioner
had 50 half star ed fol- now occupies the exact location where Pizarro built his who sleeps in the room This
When help arrived from home The original structure enlarged with the accretions same chuich has a silver cross
rd and drew a line on the of Peru served as the palace for viceroys fox that stands approximately two
of the 50 who wished to more than 300
years and one half feet high and is
X er Thirteen crossed the Pizarro next started the construction of the Cathe filled with diamonds Such la
THE CATHEDRAL of Lima is one of the oldet temple of Chn ton wor
ship Its site was selected by Francisco Pizarro
UN PAIS di tremende potencia Peru tin ciudadnan moderno seroenan yen di erts y mondinan fertil Lima ex E CATHEDRAL di Lima ta un di e misanan mas bieuw di adoracion
hib den anochi e Seroe Huascaran di 223334 pa y mondinan di Ro Aguaytia Cristian Su sitio tabata selecta door di Francisco Pizarro
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AKUBA ESSO NEWS
No ember 6 1954
Fls 400 Top Award Three Incumbents
Two New -Comers Defending Champions Upset
Prize Shared
FIs 1660 On Park Board ^ i
By 31 Employees vHh Ideas Three incumbents and two new
comers were elected to two year
terms on the Lago Sport Park Board
Thirty one employees had ideas accepted last month and as a result last month The incumbents were
of their thinking shared in Fls 1660 that meant awards from Fls 20 H S Figueira Damian Tromp and
to Fls 400 F Croes of Mechanical Yard was the man who took Jose La Cruz Newly elected were
down the top award His accepted suggestion to construct two new Adriaan W Janny Brokke and
20 inch manways on evaporation towers in 9 10 and 12 visbreakers Anthony Perrottc
earned him Fls 400 Mr Figueira drew 1749 votes Mr
Tromp 1572 Mr La Cruz 1385 Mr
CYI Award
Other high awards went to Mrs N Helps
Brokke 1186 and Mr Perrotte 1181
Willems Dirkmaat former Executive
Holland Household Vernon T Morgan with 1162 votes
Office employee Fls 300 S L
elected alternate
was
DeWeese of Mechanical Administration Mrs Nellie Willems Dirkmaat former
Other members of the board
are
Fls 200 and R Martin Mech
Executive Office employee is
R E A Martin Juan Briezen Andres
anical Administration Fls 100 Other busily furnishing part of her Roer Geerman Raymundo Kemp and
winners follow mond Holland home with the profits Mateo Reyes Their terms expire
Accounting Department of an idea she first coined last year Nov 1 1955
A G Zeppenfeldt Fls 20 In fact the current profit was in the
Executive form of a supplemental award received
N Diikmaat Miss Fls 300 in Holland to my great surprise 3 Presente Miembro
B Meyer Mrs Fls 30 wrote Mrs Willems Dirkmaat
C V Watkins Fls 30 It was the former Miss Nellie Dirk 2 Nobo Eligi den
Marine Department maat stenographer II who received
Park Board
J S W Rudd Fls 25 an initial award of Fls 600 for sug Sport
Mechanical Department gesting a change in the handling of METAL TRADES 1953 champion of the Lago Sport Park annual Knockout
committee minutes A later the Tres miembro actual y dos nobo
Administration year Football Tournament got bumped last week when it lost 4 to 2
a sali eligi termino di dos anja
Dutch housewife Mrs N Willems pa
S L DeWeese Fls 200 to Carpenter Paint Here the Metal Trades goaltender a substitute
Dirkmaat received den Lago Sport Park Board luna
a supplemental
Mech Field Coord Install tray makes block of
a diving a Carpenter Paint
scoring by
award of Fls 300 I never expected pasa E miembronan reeligi tabata try Alejandro
supports in towers this award It will be used to help H S Figueira Damian Tromp y Tromp Other tournament results to date are Machinist I Electrical 0
R Martin Fls 100
furnish my home Jose La Cruz Miembronan nobo eli Pipe 4 Process I
I R Safety Publicize certain
items shown in 1953 Safety Annual If the company continues to benefit gi tabata Adriaan W Janny METAL TRADES campeon pa 1953 di e torneo anual di eliminacion di
Report from an original idea the CYI pro Brokke y Anthony Perrotte futbol bao auspicio di Lago Sport Park Board a worde derota siman pasa
T P Viapree Fls 25 gram is set up to pass along supplemental Sr Figueira a haya 1749 voto perdiendo 4- 2 contra Carpenter & Paint Aki e keeper di Metal Trades
awards to the Sr Tromp 1572 Sr La Cruz 1385
G Leid Fls 25 suggestor un invaller ta tira un uitval di un esfuerzo di Carpenter & Paint pa score
regardless of affiliation or location Sr Brokke 1186 y Sr Perrotte 1181
J C Brouwer Fls 20 Process Vernon T Morgan cu 1162 voto a door di Alejandro Tromp Otro resultadonan di e torneo te awor ta
Carpenter Department worde eligi como reemplazo Machinist I Electrical 0 Pipe 4 Process I
A R do Barros Fls 50
Adams Fls 30 Otro miembronan di board
Mech Cranes Steel e ta
Garage use
Electrical Horse boom R E A Martin Juan Briezen Andres
G Arends Fls 25 J N Thy sen supports Fls 25 Geerman Raymundo Kemp y Manera pa bo Bishiia Tres Empleado di Lago
Garage
Mateo Reyes Nan termino ta caba
S B Sutherland Fls 20
T M Lattig Krozendijk Fls Fls Cracking Nov 1 1955 Ceniro Medico Nobo Lo Juda Refinerianan
Instrument S Fingal Fls 20 E Centro Medico nobo pa em
Den Brazil
Japon
H G Violenus Fls 60 LOF pleadonan lo ta habri pa inspec y
P Cracking Reseal pitch fuel C Vrolijk Fls 20 Thrift Plannan cion door di empleadonan di La
Technical Service Tres empleado di Lago lo ta presente
Department familianan
publico
gauges with water instead of cly go nan y en
Engineering for di Nov 14 te ora un refineria nobo na Brazil
cerine during Gen Insp Continua di pagina 1 general
O M Lasser Fls 20 y un hydroformer na Japon habri
C Geerman Fls 25 Nov 18 Horanan lo ta 2 pa 430
Machinist Process Design di compania esaki ta alcanza un pm y 6 pa 8 pm operacion na principio di otro
J B Lopez Fls total di Fls 481 cu compania a Permisonan pa bishitantenan anja
J S James Fls 50
J V Ellor Fls agrega na reserva di tal empleado lo ta disponibel na e Main Gate J F Malcolm assistant division
Mech Machinist Impioved system Utilities durante ana pasa Hendenan canando lo worde duna superintendent den Mechanical Department
of releveling pumps & other equipment W E Alberga Fls 50 Tanto empleadonan di refineria permiso na offcina di Lago a sali Oct 30 cu destino
Mech Electrical Install ground como di marina ta recibi beneficio Polies Permiso pa auto cu ta pa Rio de Janeiro Hendrik van den
Paint detector at gasoline pumphouse east di distribucion di tal creditonan E bon pa un biaha so lo worde Arend un shift foreman den Process
C Romney Fls 20 bus feeder plan ta duna empleadonan un me poni ariba windshield di autonan Department a sali Oct 23 pa
Yard J V Eder Fls 30 dio pa spaar regularmente y na mes cu ta transporta bishitantenan Tokyo Ariba Nov 13 H V Locker
F Croes Fls 400 R Somaru Fls 25 tempo esaki ta aumenta nan reser Autonan di bishitantenan lo assistant division superintendent den
Construct two new 20 manways on Fire va considerablemente pa medio di worde accomoda den e stand Process lo sali pa Rio
evap tower 9 10 & 12 Vis Units A J Creft Fls 20 e sumanan cu compania ta agrega plaats di e Centro Sr Malcolm y Sr Locker a wor
de presta pa seis luna na Petrobas
un compania di gobierno Brazileno
cual ta traha un refineria cu capa
cidad di 45000 barril pa dia na Cu
Peru -Land of Intrigue batao
Sr van den Arend a woide presta
na Standard Vacuum Oil Co cual ta
Continued from page 5 tains herders tend their alpaca it so desirable is the cold Humboldt trahando un hydroformer na su re
its workers are handicapped in reach flocks This superior quality silky Current which comes from the Antarctic TiHuoCiiAMNx k fineria di Wakayama
ing these resources and in subsequent wool is in demand throughout the and chills the western coast of Sr Malcolm lo funciona como avi
tocante organizacion mecanico
transportation of products This is world It brings high prices and Peru South America as well as holding off sor y
October 9 di mantenecion na Col Jacinto Mon
due to the topography consisting of is for all intents the only exporter rain Then too tremendous banks of SLOTERDIJK Edward A Cracking A teiro superintendente di e refineria
desert mountains and forest The of this wool anchovy provide the birds with food DE son CUBA David Sylvester Miguel E Machine A son Brazileno cual ta estableci como sie
desert of Peru lines the coast next The oil industry has long been of And so the birds come the guano continues Wilfred te milla for di Santos
PASKEL Francisco R Accounting A
comes the tremendously high Andes considerable importance since oil is and Peru yearly exports millions son Albeitico Dionisio Sr Locker lo funciona como con
which make up about 40 per cent of still available for exportation Natio of tons of fertilizer WINTERDAAL October Geronimo 10- CLE A son sehero tecnico na Col Monteiro durante
nal however absorb The most of Peru Luis Beltrant operacion inicial di e refine
Pex u then the densely wooded jungle requirements now important part
QUANDUS Aloysio Welding A daughter ria di FIs 100000000 cual lo haci
comprising some 57 per cent of the most of the countrys production vian economy is agriculture Large Olga Luciana
country Transportation must wind Interest in the oil industrys future is sugar and cotton plantations dot the October 11 visbreaking reforming y thermal
ALDERS Alejandro P R Marine A son cracking di gas oil liher y pisa
over around and through the mountains rising fast these days Around 18 oil countryside along with farms providing THEYSEN Alex George Juan Michael- Marine Office A daugh Dos empleado di e refineria na
and plow along crude jungle companies have concessions the most the two chief export products ter Marlen Coromoto Cubatao actualmente ta tumando
active Tea tobacco coffee wheat and rice WEBSTER John A Acid & Edel A
roads being in Perus northern costal daughter Yvonne Patricia entrenamento na Lago
The Peruvian government is ma region Under recent promulgated oil are also produced in large quantities ROZENBERG Andiecita M Mech Yard Sr van den Arend un veterano
Its a fast growing country It is A daughter Erica Lidwina
den Cat Plant lo funciona
legislation applications for como
the jungle concessions October 12
king strides to open up regions
have one that has the resources with which RIDDERSTAAT Jacobo Drydock A stillman durante subimento di e
totalled than
more eight
with extensive roads through
Monica
and the daughter
to people vigorous
grow di
million hectares HERNANDEZ Eusebio Mech Pipe A hydroformer Durante su periodo
About million and -
Most notable of these a
the mountains enough to develop with the country
daughter Reina Francisca Mariana prestamo cual ta cuatro pa cinco
nrojects is the Trans Andean High a half hectares of oil concessions are and aid its growth Its a pleasant October 13 luna el lo actua tambe como instructor
DIRKSZ Silvero Mech Yard A son
way which provides a connecting link located in the Sechura Desert This country Peru and Peruvians are GUMBS James R Col Serv A daughter den operacionnan di cracking E
over the mountains to Lima area is a jejune region in northern pleasantly united with their romantic Marcia Angela October 14 refineria ta estableci na un distancia
The mining industry has long been Peru It extends some 135 miles along past They cling to it while moving FREDERICK Percy Shipyard A son di mas of menos 300 milla sur di
the coast and about steadfastly forward Gregory Michael
Perus main support With the excep 35 miles inland October IS Tokyo
and tin the country at one point being limited by the An Peruvians are carefree people and GOEDBLOED Dr Christiaans Medical
tion of platinum extremely friendly They are much A daughter Judith Elizabeth
metals It is des on its northern and eastern sides SCHMIDT Paul A Mech Yard A daugh
abounds in precious like Perus climate Although its latitude ter Pauline Alice CLASSIFIED
fourth in world production of gold Exploratory drilling is being carried would dictate otherwise it is RAS Florito Rec & Ship A son Re- ADVERTISEMENTS
South America on in the Sechura Desert by several migio Robert
first in
and silver while never hot never cold because of the TROMP Narsario Mech Boiler A daugh
has been the companies Humboldt Current Year round it is ter Elvia Violeta
and for many years FOR SALE 5 room concrete house
DE CUBA Antonio M Mech Yard A
worlds leading vanadium producer Mention cannot be made of Perus always pleasant and agreeable daughter Edna Theresa at 119 Lagoville Contact E M Cowie
The Andes are dotted with mining industries without including guano BARRY Vincent Kitson CLE A son Rupert at this address or the Esso Dining
that represent capital from Rich in nitrogen and used world wide Schedule of Paydays October 16 Hall Reasonably priced
concerns QUASHIE Thomas LOF A son Curtis
world as fertilizer it is the excrement of Ambrose
all over the Semi Monthly Payroll
CROES Nibio Laundry A son Mario October 18
Mining doesnt hold a monopoly in birds originally from sub Artie re Oct 16 31 Monday Nov 8 Enrique HAYNES Cecil F Mech Machine A
important to Peru is gions These birds find the islands off Monthly Payroll October 17 daughter Luci Miriam
the Andes Quite TORTUNO Edmond H P Mech Garage BROWN Joseph A Cold Stoiage A daugh
the wool industry High in the moun- the coast of Peru ideal What makes Oct 1 31 Tuesday Nov 9 A daughter Mercedes Maria ter Sherl Yvonne
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A RUB A ESSO NEWS
Noember 6 1934
Centro Medico Nobo Lo Habri Nov nf mm
Centro Medico Empleadonan nobo un projecto di Fls 700000 dedica ce ta equipa pa tiata desgracianan
na cuido diario di empleadonan y experimentacion den hygiena industrial di gas acido y otro casonan emer
lo haci su debut Nov 11 ora periodistanan y un grupo di doctor gentc
di Aruba bishita e edificio cual lo reemplaza e presente dispensario Color di e edificio ta berde bian
co cieme Azulejo ceramico pa
y
E siguiente dia Lago Employee
Council Special Problems Advisory Tres ta worde usa pa cuido di dia en muiaya y di lubber pa vloer ta usa
Committee y Foreign Staff Advisory dia di empleadonan den refineria E henter su grandi pa facilita man
Committee lo bishita e centro di cuatro a woide equipa pa imple tenecion y hacimento limpi E ban
di sinta cusinchi ariba
kinan
tin nan
E edificio di un piso den forma menta c programa ariba termino
di letra T lo ta habri pa otro empleadonan largo di Depaitamento Medico den Ademas di Dr Brace y Dr Turfboer
y publico general for di teneno di medicina constructivo e centro lo tin como personal
dia 14 pa 18 E siguiente tres dia Den e clinica aki doctornan lo ocho otio doctor 14 nurse dos em
nan ta woide usa pa muda lecords conduci estudionan toxicologico den pleado di pharmacia cuatro emplca
herment y muebla for di e dispensario tal asuntonan manera kimamento di do di laboratorio y cinco hende pa
actual y e centro lo cuminza chumbo y trahamento cu pioducto tene e lugar limpi
traha Nov 22 como e instalacion nan liber examinacionnan physico
medico industrial mas moderno den promer cu emplca examinacionnan
Caribe promer cu operacion y casonan cu
Cu 12000 pia cuadra di espacio ta presenta problemanan special Medical Center
di vloer e centio ta mas grandi cuj Dr R Turfboer assistant chief
e dispensario di 18 anja cu e ta re center physician awor ta na Esta Continued from page 1
emplaza y lo ofiece mientras e do3 Unidos tumando cursonan a
anteiior dispensario no tabata ofie vanza den medicina psychosomatico macy offices for nine doctois and a
ce atencion medico na empleadonan un ciencia lelaciona cu enfermedad supeivising nuise 12 examination
femenina causa mas tanto pa condicionnan booths showeis and lockers for dis
E ta henteramente aire-condicio-nado mental cu physico Dr Turfboer lo pensaiy peisonnel a laboiatoiy an Laboratory Laboratorio
tin tal novedadnan manera un trata tambe c casonan special den x iay loom with adjoining daik
apartamento encerra cu no ta per e piograma di medicina pieventivo loom and lecoid files a small opcia
miti zonido penetra pa audio le E centro ta contene tambe un ting loom a physio therapy loom a
seaich y testnan di electio-caidia-graph phaimacia oficinanan pa e nuebe libiaiy and patients lest looms
tin su mes sistema di tele doctornan y un nurse cabezante 12 The womens clinic located at the
foon y tin un seccion equipa special lugar di examinacion banjo y lugar southeastern end of the building will
mente pa tiata casonan emeigente di waida panja pa personal di e have a sepaiate entiance and waiting
Porta adilanti di e centro ta cara centro un laboratorio un cuarto pa aiea The noithwest end of the buil
pa camina cu ta bai pa Porta Mayor X ray cu un kamber scur archivo ding with an ambulance entiance
Paden tin un combinacion lob-by-sala nan un kamber di operacion chiki is equipped to handle gas acid
di spcra Pacientenan lo to un cuarto pa psycho therapia accident and other emeigency cases
leporta na un mesa banda robez di un hbieria y cuartonan pa paciente The color scheme of the building is
e sala di spera y lo worde dirigi pa sosega gieen white and cieam Ceiamic wall
e propio clinico door di un recep E clinica pa muher na punta zuid tile and lubber floor tile aie used
cionista sinta canto di e mesa di di e edificio lo tin un entrada se thioughout to facilitate maintenance
lecord pard E clinica banda di nord di e and cleaning Waiting benches aie
E centro ta inclui cuatro clinico edificio cu un entrada pa ambulan cushioned
IB HKyJ RSNEnKvi v vySEHIlB- 9BpP5SnWP
Clinical unit Clinica
THE MEDICAL CENTER The main entrance is in cen- CENTRO MEDICO E entrada mayor ta den centro
ter foreground Door at right leads to constructive me- adilanti Portabanda drechi ta conduci pa clinica di
dicine clinic medicina constructivo
Examination rooms Kambernan di examinacion
i 11 -^ 1
mm 1 I
BWftTr
THE LOBBY Center background is the records desk E LOBBY Den centro patra ta keda e records desk
and receptionist s post where will y
patients for
report mesa di e recepcionista unda pacientenan lo reporta
clinic assignment y for di unda nan ta worde dirigi pa e clmicanan X ray facilities Facilidadnan di X ray
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
November 6 1954
PPMBtflK
WITH K H Quick assistant manager of CU K H Quick sub gerente di Oficina di
Jersey Standards Overseas Personnel Office Personal Ultramar di Jersey Standard y su
and his son Kurt as guides Hendrik and yiu Kurt como guia Hendrik y Loreto ta
Loreto go sightseeing in Rockefeller Plaza pasea ariba Rockefeller Plaza
HENDRIK and Loreto are pictured with Mr HENDRIK y Loreto ta munstra hunto cu Sr
Quick and his son before St Patricks Cathedral Quick y su yiu dilanti St Patrick Cathedral
LVS Boys Life Typical US the largest Roman Catholic church in e misa catolico mas grandi na America y un
America and a highlight of their visit evento importante di nan bishita
Books A Game A Dance Bukinan Weqanan un Baile
Lagos 1954 scholarship winners Hendrik Bareno E ganadornan di beca di estudio pa 1954 Hendrik
and Loreto Kock are busy these days living the lives Bareno y Loreto Kock den e dianan aki ta bibando
of American schoolboys Five days a week morning and bida di mucha hombernan Americano di school Cinco
afternoon theyre attending classes in the Allentown dia pa siman mainta y tramerdia nan ta atende school
Pa High School na Allentown Pa High School
School nights in the home of Mr and Mrs Frank
Anochi na cas di Sr y Sra Frank Forgan nan ta
their lessons for the next
Forgan theyre preparing
prepara nan lesnan pa e siguiente dia Pero intencion
But the of the scholarships to make
day purpose
di e beca pa haci e hobennan mehor desaroya lo
the boys better rounded individuals would not be
no ta cumpli si nan pasa tur nan tempo na school
served if all their time taken by schoolwork
was up Pa un bon principio di nan anja di estudio Lago a iKw
To get their years study off on the right foot Lago
manda 1
Hendrik y Loreto Estados Unidos casi dos siman 7
sent Hendrik and Loreto to the States almost two
promer cu school a habri Na Nueva York nan a lubida
weeks before school was slated to start In New York
bukinan di school y estudio y a bai keiro nan a mira
schoolbooks and studies and went out on
they forgot
Yankees hunga a nabega rond di Manhattan a come
the town saw the Yankees play sailed around Man
afor a presencia varios show
hattan dined out took in several shows
And now though theyve settled down to a more Y awor maske nan a costumbra cu un rutina acade
academic routine their days are still organized to allow mico ainda nan dianan ta organiza pa permiti bastante
ample time for recreation and other interests In these tempo pa recreacion y otro asuntonan Den contempla
pursuits they are helped by the Forgans who serve as cion di e obhetonan aki nan tin familia Forgan como
their foster parents the school and various Allentown nan guardiante e school y varios otro orgafnizacion di
organizations Allentown
Theirs is a typical high school youths existence Nan bida awor ta un typico bida di school na America
Classes all week but on the weekends a school football
School henter siman pero durante fin di siman un we
game a church dance a classmates party A couple ga di bala un baile of un reunion di club di e school
of hours after school they work out at the YMCA or
De vez en cuando un cine of un anochi dilanti aparato
attend a meeting of the high school Mathematics Club di television di familia Forgan BEFORE a crucial Yankee Indian game the boys met Cleveland pitcher
Occasionally they attend a movie or spend a night in of W H Meskill of the LVS
Bob cousin
front of the Forgans television set E bida aki ta un cambio distinto for di nan bida an Hooper
This life is distinct from their earlier terior na Ai uba pero e ta un bida cu eventualmente lo
change years
a di Yankee Indian e hobennan a cerra
di vital
PROMER
in Aruba but it is a life which will send them back to pone nan regresa nan isla nativo mehor prepara pa com cu un e weganan di W H Meskill
their native island better able to cope with the problems bati cu e problemanan di nan crecemento pa ser hende conocf cu Bob Hooper pitcher di Cleveland y prima
di LVS
of their developing adulthood grandi
.
IKABAKHHBH tBamstL ^^^-v-^> xjan
mm Al PfiRIA na rorazon di tur hoben ta
nFAR the heart of all vounq men is food
THE scholarship winners discuss plans tor E GANADORNAN di beca ta discuti cu r the cuminda Aki Hendrik y Loreto ta purba
their at Allentown High School with Harold Attwood gerente di Oficina di Personal Here Hendrik and Loreto sample menu di Esso Employees Dining Room cu Sr
year Room with Mr menu
Harold Atwood manager of the Overseas Ultramar y Sr Quick plannan pa nan of the Esso Employees Dining Quick y gerente di e restaurant
and the restaurant manager
Personnel Office and Mr Quick anja na Allentown High School Quick


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