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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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July 28, 1956
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VOL. 17, No. 15

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.







Long Journey |

MOTHER
with some girls of the orphanage a
from Lago Colony, inspect

Mariners. The dolls were an

specially-dressed dolls presented by
international

PRIORESS Theresia and Sister Magdalena of Imeldahof,

t Noord and several Mariner Scouts
the
in

project of Mariners

New Jersey.

MOEDER PRIORIN Theresia y Soeur Magdalena di Imeldahof, cu al-

gun mucha muher di e weeshuis na
di Lago Colony, ta inspecta popchi

Noord y varios Mariner Scouts for
nan cu bistir special presenta door

di e Mariners. E popchinan tabata un projecto international di Mariners

na New

Fifteen elaborately dressed dolls
ended a journey of nearly two thou- |
sand miles early this month when
girls of the Lago Colony Mariners |
delivered them to the Imeldahof |
orphanage at Noord.

The dolls were dressed in clothes
made by various Mariner groups in
New Jer and were gathered to-
gether by the Mariners at Bound-
brook. There they were divided into
two groups, and as part of an inter-
national project half were sent to
Okinawa and half to Aruba. Here |
it was decided they could make the |
most young hearts happy at the |
orphanage, and six members of the |
troop, accompanied by their leader, |
Mrs. G. R. Turner, went to Noord
to make the presentation. |

Some of the dolls are dressed in|
the costumes of Girl Scouts and
Brownies, others in the typical |
costumes of various nations. The
nuns at Imeldahof said they would |
probably use the dolls as birthday
presents as long as they last. |

Jersey.

Diez-cinco popchi bunita bisti a
termina un viaje di casi dos mil
milla na principio di e luna aki ora
mucha muhernan di Lago Colony
Mariners a entrega nan na Imelda
Hof na Noord.

E popchinan tabata bisti den pan-
ja cosi door di varios grupo di Ma-
riners den New Jersey, y a worde
colecté door di Mariners di Bound-
brook. Aya nan a worde parti den
dos grupo, y como parti di un pro-
jecto internacional mitar a worde
mandé Okinawa y mitar pa Aruba.
Aki a worde decidi cu nan por hac
mas tanto corazon hoben alegre née
Imelda Hof, y seis miembro di
trupa, acompanja pa nan lider, Sra.

| G. R. Turner, a bai Noord pa haci |

e presentacion.

Algun di e popchinan ta bisti den
uniform di padvinder y Brownies,
otronan den e uniformnan typico di
varios nacion. E soeurnan di Imelda
Hof a bisa cu probablemente nan
por usa e popchinan como regalo pa
hacimento di anja.



*Highlights” Mailed to Employees

"Lago Highlig!
year, was

or postoffice boxes by mail. Mailing
week, and it is expected that all
copies will have been delivered with-
in the next few days.

The 24-page 8'/2 x 11 inch book-
let contains a wide range of inform-
ation about Lago: its function and
position in the world of business, its
refining and marine operations, and
developments in the field of em-
ployee relations. A number of charts
and statistical tables help tell the
story, as do dozens of photographs,
a number of them in four colors.

Separate editions in English and
Papiamento have been prepared, and
and an effort has been made to Bive
each employee a copy in the lan-
guage he prefers.

hts of 1955”, a report on the company’s activities for the
sased July 21 with copies dispatched to all employees’ homes

progressed the early part of the past

Exchange Possible

Arrangements have been made so
that employees who wish may ex-
change English copies Papia-
mento, or Papiamento copies for
English. In order to get the new
copy it will be necessary to bring
in the copy not wanted. The ex-
change can be made at the Recep-
tion Center at Gate 1 between 12

for

} noon and 1:00 p.m. any day from

Monday, July 30 through Friday,
August 3. It can also be done any
day at the Aruba Esso News office
in the Training Building during re-
gular daytime working hours.



| Mr.



Fondo di Educacion Estableci
Pa Yuda Hobennan di Aruba

Formacion di Fondo Arubiano pa

Educacion a worde anuncid siman

pasa. Primeramente un grupo pa acumula fondo, su intento general, den
palabra di constitucion di e fondo ta pa '’promove desaroyo cientifico di

hobennan di Aruba y en p

rticular pa asisti financialmente esnan eligible

pa entrenamento ariba base di nan dedicacion y abilidad.”
Tanto mucha homber como mucha muher lo ta eligible pa ayudo, contal

cu nan ta cumpli cu dos condicion:
nan mester a recibi majoria di nan
educacion na Aruba, y nan mester
ta acepta door di un colegio reco-
noci.

Presidente di e grupo ta Jan
Beaujon; secretario-tesorero ta F.
de P. Wever, y miembronan di e
junta di directornan ta W. Meskill,
August Kuiperi, Jr., y A. O. Schol-
ten.

E Fondo lo no duna ayudo com-
pleto; solamente e lo suplementa e
recursonan di cada studiante. E ayu-
do por tuma forma di un préstamo
of un regalo, pero e mester worde
usa pa estudio profesional solamen- |
te: medicina, djentista, enginieria of

Donovan Takes LR.|
Post For Year

F. Clark Donovan, on loan to



Lago in Aruba from the Employee
Relations Dept. of Standard Oil Co.
(N.J.) for a year, replaced J. V.
Friel as industria] relations manager
July 16. The latter will be on special

.

F. Clark Donovan

assignment here for several weeks,
after which, on an executive devel-
opment assignment, he will assume
Donovan’s New York position
as an overseas advisor in employee
relations.

Mr. Donovan first joined the com-
pany in April, 1938 in Lago’s Pro-
cess Dept., later transferring to the |
Training Division and to the Mecha-
nical Dept. In 1943 he became train-
ing supervisor for Bayonne refinery
in New Jersey, and advanced there
to employee relations manager.

In 1947 he became
tions manager at
cuum's operation in
traveled throughout the Far East
on special employee relations as-
signments. Returning to the United |
States in 1948 he became assistant
employee relations manager for
Standard-Vacuum, and the follow-
ing year became manager. He join-
ed the parent company in 1954 as
an overseas employee relations ad-
visor.

Circus Today!

A circus reported to be travel- |
ing in 13 chartered planes and
with 135 animals was scheduled
to arrive in Aruba July 25 from
Venezuela. Two weeks of per-
formances start at the RCA field
in Oranjestad July 28.

employee rela-
Standard-Va-
Sumatra, and

otro ramonan.

E promer actividad di e grupo no-
bo ta pa haci un campanja pa co-
lecta placa. Den futuro cercano, mas
detaye tocante procedimento di
aplicacion lo worde anuncia.

Tres Graduante di LVS
Lo Atende Colegio na
Estados Unidos

Tres mas di e hobennan di Lago
tin intencion di bai Merca pa sigui
nan educacion. Nan ta Raphael
Hodge, Laurencio Pom y Purcy
Brunnings, tur graduantenan di
1954 di LVS.

Actualmente emplea door di Lago,
nan tin intencion di paga nan mes
estudio door di colegio maske podi-
ser nan tin mester di ayudo pa com-
pleta e tarea aki. Raphael, awor den
TSD-drafting, lo drenta Howard
University pa studia enginieria ci-
vil; Laurencio lo drenta Southeast
Missouri State College pa enginieria
mecanico. Awor el ta trahando den
TSD field engineering. Purcy lo
atende Tuskegee Institute y traha
pa un grado den enginieria electrico.
Tur lo keda Estados Unidos te tem-
po di graduacion, y lo traha durante
verano pa yuda cubri nan gastonan.

Mientras 1 tabata atende LVS
tur tres a obtene marcanan sobre-
saliente tanto den school como pa-
for. Tur tabata miembro di Student
Council y e equipo di baseball. Ra-
phael tabata acompanjista pa Glee
Club y a forma Steel Band di LVS.

Despues di colegio nan ta spera
di bolbe na Lago.

Three LVS Grads
Scheduled for
College in USA

Three more of Lago’s young men
are planning to head north to
further their education. They are
Raphael Hodge, Laurencio Pom and

Purey Brunings,
all 1954 graduates
of LVS.
Currently em-
ployed by Lago,
they plan to pay
their own way
through college
even though they
may need help to
see the whole job
done. Raphael,
now in TSD-
drafting, will en-



Laurencio Pom Purcy Brunings

roll in Howard University to study
civil engineering; Laurencio will
enter Southeast Missouri State Col-
lege for mechanical engineering. He
is now working in TSD field en-
gineering. Purcy will attend Tuske-
gee Institute and work toward a
degree in electrical engineering. All
will remain in the States until gra-
duation, and will work during the
summers to help cover expenses.

While attending LVS all three
ran up outstanding records in the
classroom and out as well. They
were all members of the Student
Council and the baseball team.
Raphael was accompanist for the
Glee Club and created the LVS
Steel Band.

After college they hope to come



back to Lago.



(Lago

i y ;

MOMENTS after the

big announcement

aa

Arturo Thijsen and Mario

Croes join Lago President O. Mingus, who had just given their names

as Allentown scholarship winners for 195

graduation ceremony

MOMENTONAN despues di e gran anuncio Arturo T
Croes ta join Lago President O. Mingus
nomber como ganadornan di beca di 1

Pa retratonan di graduacion di LVS

. For pictures of the LVS
of July 6 see page 3.

sen y Mario
kende a caba di anuncia nan
7 pa Allentown High School.
Juli 6 mira pagina 3.





RUBA EssoNEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA,
BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

WEST INDIES,
Printed by the Aruba



NETHERLANDS
Drukkerij N.V., N.W.I.

Education Foundation Set up
To Help Aruba Youths

y rormation of the Aruba Scholar-
ship Foundation was announced last
week. Primarily a fund-raising
group, its general purpose is, in the
words of its constitution, to ’’foster
the scientific development of Aruba-
descended youths abroad and in
particular to financially assist those
eligible for such training on the
basis of their zeal and ability.”

Both boys and girls will be
eligible for aid, provided they fulfill
two conditions; they must have re-
ceived the majority of their educa-
tion in Aruba, and they must be ac-



Caribbean Notes

Migration

More than 55,000 West Indians
have migrated to the United King-
dom since the war, according to
British government sources. About
25,000 of these have settled in the
London area. June was a record
month, with over 6000 arriving.

Meanwhile the British Caribbean
Welfare Service has been enlarged
from a staff of five, financed by the
Jamaica government to a staff of
16, paid for by the governments of
the British Caribbean. This group,
together with a large number of
voluntary organizations, has been
dealing with the problem of em-



ployment, problems of housing, fam-
ily questions and social activities of
the West Indians in London.

June saw one town, Sheffield,
solving one of its transport prob-
lems by employing 48 of the West
Indians as bus conductors.

Atoms in P.R.

Recent establishment of a new
$28,000,000 industry in Puerto Rico
by Union Carbide and Carbon is be-
ing hailed as a possible prelude to
atomic energy installations on that
island, since this corporation is
among the most experienced in the
atomic energy field.

With Puerto Rico having no na-
tural sources of energy in coal or
oil, yet with a rapidly growing in-
dustry, this could be of great im-
portance for the area.

Improvement

The health situation of Surinam’s
population has improved greatly in
recent years, according to a report
by the Dept. of Public Health. The
death rate is now 9 per 1000 inhabit-
ants, against 7.3 in the Netherlands
and 13'/2 and 12 respectively in Bri-
tish Guiana and Brazil. Infant mor-
tality is approximately half that in
British Guiana, though still appro-
ximately double that in the Nether-
lands.

The fight against malaria and
filariasis has had striking results.
In 1931 there were 14,000 malaria
patients; in 1951 this had been re-
duced to 535 and has continued to
decline. Since 1949 the incidence of
micro-filariasis among inhabitants
of Paramaribo has declined from
17.4 per cent to 6.1 per cent.

New Schools

St. Vincent, which has not had
compulsory education primarily be-
cause of lack of facilities, is about
to undertake a new school building
project to accommodate approxi-
mately 3000 children. The program
includes enlargement of some
schools and the erection of new
ones in various districts, including
one new secondary school.
Pineapple Record

The biggest single shipment of
pineapples from Jamaica to the
United Kingdom was made recently

when 40 tons were shipped in the
SS ''Manistee”.



cepted by a recognized college

The president of the new eioup
is Jan Beaujon; secretary-treasurer
is F. de P. Wever, and members of
the board of directors are W. Mes-
kill, August Kuiperi, Jr., and A. O.
Scholten.

The Foundation will not provide
full help; it will only supplement
each student’s own resources. The
help may take the form of a loan or
a grant, but it is to be used for pro-
fessional study only: medicine, den-
tistry, engineering, and others.

The first project of the new group
is to undertake a drive for funds.
In the near future, further details
on application procedure will be an-
nounced.

Group Accepts
Lago Steno

Alphonso Weekes of Colony Head-
quarters has been accepted as a
Fellow of The Incorporated Phono-
graphic Society in recognition of his
shorthand skill. The Society, which
has headquarters in England, is the

oldest society for shorthand writers
in the world.
The

minimum requirement for
IPS membership
is a shorthand
speed of 180 words
per minute. In a
recent shorthand-
typist examina-
tion, Mr. Weekes
took five minutes
of dictation at
that speed and
translated and
transcribed it on
Alphonso Weekes the typewriter at

an average speed
of 23 words per minute.

Mr. Weekes, who has been teach-
ing and studying shorthand for the
past 14 years, plans now to study
for the award of Certified Short-
hand Reporter, an American award
which requires a speed of 240 words
per minute.



Grupo ta Admiti

Empleado di Lago

Alphonso Weekes di Colony Head-
quarters a worde admiti como Fel-
low di The Incorporated Phono-
graphic Society en reconocemento
di su habilidad den stenografia. E
Society, cual tin su oficinanan ma-
yor na Inglaterra, ta e sociedad mas
bieuw di stenografistanan na mun-
do.

E requerimento minimo pa bira
miembro di IPS ta un velocidad di
stenografia di 180 palabra pa mi-
nuut. Den un reciente examen di
stenografia y scirbimento na ma-
shin, Sr. Weekes a tuma cinco mi-
nuut di dictacion na e velocidad ey
y a traduci y transcribi esaki ariba
typewriter na un velocidad prome-
dio di 23 palabra pa minuut.

Sr. Weekes kende durante ultimo
14 anja di studia y duna les den
stenografia, awor tin intencion di
studia pa e grado di Certified Short-
hand Reporter, un grado Americano
cual ta requeri un velocidad di 240
palabra pa minuut.

Correction

An error in the last issue of the
Aruba Esso News robbed J. J. Hori-
gan of a full year in the presidency
of Lago. He was elected president of
the company in August, 1946, and
not in September, 1947 as erroneous-
ly stated.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

July 28,

1956



Tennis Stars

Play In Aruba

Some of the best tennis in the
world came to Aruba July 14 when
Jack Kramer brought his touring
troupe to Lago Sports Park. In two
two-set matches, Tony Trabert split
with Frank Sedgman and Pancho
Gonzales with Kramer. Kramer and
Sedgman beat Trabert and Gonzales
in a doubles match 6-3, 5-7, 6-2.

About 700 fans were on hand for
the exhibition.

Just last week the U. S. Lawn
Tennis Association selected the ten
best U. S. players from the last 25
years. Among them were both Gon-
zales and Kramer. Sedgman ranks
as one of Australia’s best, and
Trabert held both the Wimbledon
and U. S. titles while he was an
amateur. The group played in Trini-
dad after leaving here, then return-
ed to the States.

NEW ARRIVALS

July 3

MADURO, Felix - C&L

GIL, Teofilo - Acid

HADAWAY, Owen - I
Kinsley Owen
July 4

Luis - Machinist;

Felix - Instrument; 4

Florencio R. - Mech.

daughters

son
A daughter
; A son,












, Pedro I. Welding; A daughter
artholomeus W. A. - TSD; A
son
CROES, Julio G. - Marine Office; A
daughter, Rosabell Loraine
MADURO, Estefanus - Yard; A daughter
July 5
ARCHIBALD, Guy - Cracking; A son,
Glenn Orlando
DE CUBA, Johannes E. - Col. Maint.; A






son, duvige

EN, Romualdo - LOF; A
Ronald Romualdo
Alfred C. - Machinist;
anet Rebecca

- Acid & Edel.;




A daugh-



ter,
LACLE, Juan O.
Glenn Esmero
HENRIQUEZ, Lodewijk - Mech. Pipe; A

A son,






son, Miguel Albertico
July 6
HERNANDEZ, Frans - Laundry; A son,
Isaias Romulo
July 7
MADURO, Nicolaas - M Yard; A
daughter, Setronilia Brigida
July 8
3RAHAM, Arthur - TSD;
Leslie Lynn
Heinrich P. A. -

Medical; A son, Stephen Paul
CROES, Gilberto - Mech. Paint; A
ter

daugh-

July 9
WOLFF, Thomas - Mech. Yard; A
Ludwina Dionisia

daugh-

















y, Howard C. - TSD; A son, Vin-
E. - Mech. Yard; A
Lydia Veronica
ROOS, Benigno- Lab No. 2; A son, Nor-
man Ceril
July 12
WEVER, Rudolfo - Marine Office; A son,
Randolph Antony
July 13
PETERSON, Joseph M. - Mech. Paint; A
son, Roberto Gustavo
RICHARDSON, Donald B. A. - Mech.
Admin.; A daughter, Ingrid Eunice
Bertilia
July 14
MADURO, Lodewijk E. - Ind. Rel.; A
aughter, Yolanda Mercedes
EVERON, Everardo Mech. lectrical;
A daughter
GEERMAN, Augustino - Utilities; A son,
Aventuro
July 15
MADURO, Frans R. - Electrical; A son,
E
berto - TSD Eng.; A son,
Joseph
Juan D Instrument; A



daughter, Meriam Ruth







DE WINDT, Alfonso - Esso Dining Hall;
A son, Pedro Enrique
JAMES, Abraham, - Mech. Yard; A son,
Roland Theobold
July 16
KOCK, Augustin - Medical; A son, Ro-
bert Daniel
July 17
WEBB, Wilfred D. A. - Lago Police; A
daughter, Cheryl Ann
July 18
MADURO, Marco - Mech, Garage; A son





TENNIS PRO Frank Sedgman of Australia (top) hammers a cannon-
ball return. Below, four of the greatest tennis players in the world,
Gonzales, Trabert, Sedgman, and Kramer.



TEN 5 PRO Frank Sedgman di Australia (ariba) ta haci un deyuelta
poderisimo. Abao, cuatro di e hungadornan di tennis mas grandi den
mundo, Gonzales, Trabert, Sedgman, y Kramer.



A BIT of ceremony, some refreshments and much fun marked the oc-
casion July 8 when several hundred Padvindsters (Girl Scouts) gathered
at POVA beach to celebrate the tenth year of the movement here.

UN POCO ceremonia, poco refresco y hopi pret a marea e ocasion dia
8 di Juli ora varios cien Padvindsters a reuni hunto na POVA beach pa
celebra e di diez anja di e organizacion aki.









July 28, 1956



ALBINO RASMIJN receives his
diploma from C. F. Smith. Prin-
cipal Meskill is at right.

This year’s LVS graduation, like

every year’s, was a festive occasion



Families and friends of the gra-
duates were on hand for the cere-
monies and to hear Lago officials
praise the youths on their achieve-
ment. Later, after diplomas had

been awarded, the crowd of nearly



1,000 attende



a reception
On hand for the carnival-like
party were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Forgan Although this was their
first trip to Aruba, the Forgans
were well-known; they are the
foster parents of the LVS boys who
have won scholarships to Allentown
High School. The Forgans, in ad-
meeting some

dition to former



met the two boys who will
be living with them in the fall: Ma-

rio Croes and Arturo Thijsen

ALBINO RASMIJN ta recibi su
diploma for di C. F. Smith. Di-
rector Meskill ta banda drechi.

Graduacion di LVS e anja aki,
mescos cu tur anja, tabata un oca-
sion di fiesta. Familia y amigonan
presente



di e graduantenan tabata
pa e ceremonianan y pa tende ofi-
cialnan di Lago elogia e hobennan
cu nan acomplecimentonan. Mas
laat, despues cu e diplomanan a wor-
de parti, e multitud di casi 1,000 a
atende un recepcion

Presente pa e fiesta cu tabata
parce ariba un carnaval tabata Sr.
y Sra. Frank Forgan. Maske esaki
tabata nan promer bishita na Aru-
ba, familia Forgan tabata bon cono-
ci; nan ta esnan cerca kende e mu-
chanan di LVS cu a gana beca di
estudio pa Allentown High School
ta keda. Familia Forgan, ademas di
encontra algun di e hobennan cu a
keda cerca nan anteriormente, a



cerra conoci cu e dos hobennan cu
lo bai cerca nan na September: Ma-
rio Croes y Arturo Thijsen.



A GROUP of visitors enjoys one UN GRUPO di bishitante ta goza

of the classroom exhibits. un

TWO WINNERS FROM previous years
had a reunion with Mrs. Forgan. They are
F. Dijkhoff (smiling) and Jan Wester,
right. Others are, from left: Mrs. Tjam,
Maria Quandt and Mrs. Forgan.

di e exhibicionnan den klas.

7





DOS GA?

CONGRATULATIONS from F. W. Switzer to scholar-
ship winner Mario Croes as W. H. Meskill looks on.

FELICITACIONES di F. W. Switzer pa ganador di be-



,ADOR di anjanan anterior taba-
tin un encuentro di nobo cu Sra. Forgan.
Nan ta F. Dijkhoff (sonriendo)
Wester, banda drechi. For di robez
Tjam, Maria Quandt, Sra. Forgan.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3



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y



ZO-AFCUFAO









F. E. GRIFFIN,
the principal
speaker.



THIS HAPPY GROUP could only
be talking about the Allentown
scholarships. From left: winner Ar-
turo Thijsen, Mrs. Bislick, his
mother; Miss Margarita Winterdaal,
his aunt; Mrs. Forgan, School Prin-
cipal W. H. Meskill, winner Mario
Croes, and Mr. Forgan.



Mario Croes mientras W. H. Meskill ta mirando.






mama, Srta. Margarita Winterdaal, su tanta;
Sra. Forgan, Director di School W. H. Meskill,
ganador Mario Croes, y Sr. Forgan.

E GRUPO ALEGRE aki no por ta papia di otro
cos sino e beea di estudio na Allentown. For di









a |

FAMILIES AND FRIENDS had a chance
Sra. after the ceremony to congratulate the
graduates,

tabatin un



FAMILIA Y AMIGONAN .
chens despues di e cermonia pa felicita e
graduantenan.

y Jan








PARTICIPANTS in the summer training program
for college students are shown during a day of
classroom orientation preceding their departmental
assignments. Front row, |. to r., Abraham Zadoks,
Carol Garber, Roy Burson, Sarah Armstrong, Fre-
deric Engelbrecht, M Ellen Straub; middle, Ro-
bert Griffin, Patricia Robert Norcom,
Odis Mingus II, Rosa Wierzbicki, Robert Borbonus;
back row, Daniel Brewer, Rosalie Margules, Judith
Switzer, Adolf Lichtenstein. Not shown, David
Dodge, Frederico Montaner.

NEW ANNUITANT J. P. Hengeveld, left, says goodbye to E. R. Carroll
following J. E. Hernandes’ presentation of a retirement check from
friends in Catalytic & Light Ends.

ANUITANTE NOBO J. P. Hengeveld, robez, ta tuma despedida di E. R.
Carroll despues cu J. E. Hernandez a caba di presenta na dje un check
na nomber di su amigonan den Catalytic & Light Ends.

JOINING M. M. Helder of the Paint Dept. at his retirement lunch were,
left to right, C. Berrisford, V. Helder, (retiree Helder is third from left)
J. R. Proterra, J. C. Thijzen, J. Croes, and E. L. George.

HUNTO cu M. M. Helder di Paint Dept. na su comida di retiro tabata,
robez pa drechi, C. Berrisford, V. Helder, (pensionista Helder ta di tres
banda robez) J. R. Proterra, J. C. Thijzen, J. Croes, y E. L. George.

WITH Bicento Perez of Mechnical-Pipe (at extreme right) at his re-
tirement lunch June 29 were J. R. Proterra, N. Everon, F. Perez, J.
Kling and B. J. Bruever.

CU Bicento Perez di Mechanical-Pipe (leuw banda drechi) na su comida
di retiro Juni 29 tabata J. R. Proterra, N. Everon, F. Perez, J, Kling y
y B. J. Breuver.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

PARTICIPANTENAN den e programa di entre-
namento di verano pa studiantenan di colegio ta
munstra aki durante un dia di orientacion den klas
promer cu nan a recibi nan eneargonan departa-

mental.

WHEN ALL the weights had
been lifted at the Sport Park
weightlifting and body beauti-
ful contests June 23, the trophy
for first prize in the heavy-
weight division went to Este-
ban Vorst, here receiving the
cup from W. L. Ewart of Pro-
cess-Utilities. Shown in action
at far right is Juan Garrio,
who took first in the 165 Ib.
division and third in the body
beautiful contest.

Beare
BLAN Beare

Over FEMALE MOTH
AND HER FAMILY

CAN DESTROY IN A
SINGLE YEAR AS
MULCH WOOL AS IT
WOULO TAKE A p07
EN SHEEP TO FRODUCE..

S72 DULATION ISA TERM
Erp | APPLIED TOTHE SOUND MADE
BY CRICKETS AND LOcusTSs .

NE OF THE MOST P-EMARKABLE OF ALL BIRDS 1S THE
HOATIN...THIS SOUTH AMERICAN BIRD IS ACTUALLY BORN
WITH “FOUR LEGS; SINCE THE WINGS ARE FURNISHED WITH
WES AND CLAWS..LATER, THE WING- TOES ARE SHED, ANO.
HE ADULT HOATIIN LOOKS MULCH THE SAME AS ANY OTHER BIRDL

EDDIE McCOART’S host of friends gathered at the Legion

Home June 29 for a preliminary sendoff before his retirement

at the end of July. He was well-loaded (at right) with food,

(below right) with scroll, gifts, and a check, and (below)
with friends who wished him well.

E MULTITUD di amigonan di Eddie McCoart a reuni na
Legion Home June 29 pa un fiesta preliminario promer cu su
retiro na fin di Juli. El a worde bon carga (banda drechi) cu
cuminda, (abao banda drechi) cu un scroll, regalo, y un
check, y (abao) cu amigonan cu a bin desee’le tur cos bon.

July 28, 1956

ORA TUR e pesonan a worde
hiza na Sport Park den e con-
curso di hiza peso Juni 23, e
trofeo pa promer premio den
e division di peso completo a
bai pa Esteban Vorst, mas
ariba, ricibiendo e copa for di
W. L. Ewart di Process-Utilit-
ies. Munstra den accion ta
Juan Garrio, kende a sali pro-
mer den e division di 165 Ib.
y tereer den e concurso di
desaroyo fisico.

















July 28, 1956



/

SPECIALLY HONORED at the opening of the Aruba Youth Center at
Sabaneta July 13 were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Horigan. Above, they inspect
a scroll signed by all members of the club old enough to write; with
them are club ’godfathers” J. F. Malcolm and T. Quinn. Below, from G. J.
Schouten, chief organi of the center, Mrs. Horigan receives a bouquet
of 36 roses, one for each of Mr. Horigan’s years with the company.






HONRA SPECIALMENTE na habrimento di Aruba Youth Center na

Cura Cabai Juli 13 tabata Sr. y Sra. J. J. Horigan. Ariba, nan ta in-

specta un scroll firma door di tur miembronan di e club cu ta bastante

bieuw pa scirbi: hunto cu nan ta padrinonan di e club J. F. Malcolm y

T. Quinn. Abao, for di G. J. Schouten, organizador principal di e centro,

Sra. Horigan ta recibi un bouquet di 36 rosa, un pa cada di e anjanan
cu Sr. Horigan a pasa cu compania.





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ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5



OPENING ceremonies of the Aruba Sports Union’s second sports week
last month included a long parade of the island’s sports clubs. At right
Dr. G. A. Oduber, acting president of ASU, and Tico Kuiperi of Voz di
announce events to the first-night audience. A feature of the
opening, below, was a junior football game that ended in a 2-2 tie.








CEREMONIANAN di inauguracion di e siman di deporte di Aruba
Sport Unie luna pasa a inelui un parada largo di e clubnan deportista
di e isla. Banda drechi Dr. Oduber, presidente interino di ASU, y
Tico Kuiperi di Voz di Aruba ta anuncia evyentonan pa e publico cu a
presenta e promer anochi. Un aspecto di e habrimento, abao, tabata un
wega di futbol di junior klasse cu a caba den un empate di 2-2.



RECENTLY named assistant
editor of the Aruba Esso News
is J. D. Piedmont, at right,
from Roanoke, Virginia. A
journalism graduate of Notre
Dame University, he has spent
the last four years in an
editorial capacity with the
Norfolk & Western Railway.



RECIENTEMENTE — nombra
sub-redactor di Aruba Esso
News ta J. D. Piedmont, ban-
da drechi, for di Roanoke, Vir-
ginia. Un graduante den jour-
nalismo di Universidad di
Notre Dame, el a pasa ultimo
cuatro anja den un capacidad
editorial cu Norfolk & West-
ern Railway.










30! GALLONS
OF FUEL Gone /

FN Ong heeas et athe THREE HUNDRED GALLONS oF ver
ceremonies shown on page 3 FUEL ARE REQUIRED TO RUN A 8-47
: are four years of study and RAMP TO This, END OFA ROMWAY
‘ work. Also behind the scenes — USUVALL Agocr One IND

are several days of preparation OVE-HALE MILES-

so events on the big night run
smoothly. Shown here is the
graduating class rehearsing
and timing the entry into
their section of seats.



TRAS di e enscenanan di e
ceremonianan munstra ariba
pagina 3 ta cuatro anja di es-
tudio y trabao. Tambe tras di
F enscenanan ta varios dia di
preparacion asina cu evento-
nan ariba e anochi lo bai bon.
Munstra aki ta e klas gra-
duante repitiendo y preparan-
do nan entrada den nan sien-
tanan,















,,
/N GRANDEATHERS TIME,
2/0 HOURS WERE NEEDED TO
PROOUCE AS. ee oP WORK-
MAN DOGS TODAY IN 4OHOURS,
THANKS TO PETROLEUM —
POWERED MACHINES,





ARUBA ESSO NEWS







Cheeks, Diploma, Wind Make Neu





WELFARE FUNDS totaling Fils. 1000 were distributed by checks July
11 to three island groups that will use the money in carrying on charit-
able or child welfare work. With Charles Morales of the Legion, who
has just made the presentations, are Father de Haas of St. Theresa’s,
Pastor Robert Hamm of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, and James
Dickey of the El Scl Naciente Masonic lodge’s Winkel Society.



FONDONAN benevolente sumando na Fls. 1000 a worde reparti pa
medio di check Juli 13 pa tres grupo ariba e isla cu lo usa e placa pa
haci obranan di caridad of trabao entre hubentud. Hunto cu Charles
Morales di American Legion, kende a caba di haci e presentacionnan, ta
Padre De Haas di San Nicolas, Domi Robert Hamm di Misa Adventista,
y James Dickey di Sociedad Winkel di lodge masonico E] Sol Naciente.

he College of Swedish Mass ige



A LONG course of study ended successfully recently for Emile Leef-

mans of Catalytic & Light Ends when he received his diploma from the

College of Swedish Massage at Chicago. Now practising as a sideline,
he hopes eventually to make the work a full-time profession.





UN CURSO largo di estudio a termina cu exito recientemente pa Emile

Leefmans di Catalytie & Light Ends ora el a recibi su diploma for di

College of Swedish Massage na Chicago. Awor practicando den su tem-

po liber, el ta sspera eventualmente di haci e trabao un_profesion
completo.



IT’S SOMETIMES a struggle to reach the plane when the wind is



brisk, and the Frank Forgans of Allentown found it so when they left
July 14 after a crowded three-weeks visit. Last of their many friends
to say goodbye was foster son Juan Noguera, at left.

TIN VEZ ta un lucha pa aleanza e aeroplano ora biento ta duro, y
familia Frank Forgan di Allentown a experimenta esaki ora nan a sali
Juli 14 despues di un bishita di tres siman. E ultimo di nan hopi amigo-



nan pa tuma despedida tabata Juan Noguera, robez.

July 28, 1956



Premios Multiple di CYI
Sobresaliente den Mei

Mei tabata un luna bon pa 58 empleadonan di Lago participando den
plan di CYI. E premionan di e luna ey a yega un total di Fils. 2915 y
tur 58 hende a haya un parti di e placa. Di e 58, sinembargo, e tabata
specialmente notable pa siete hende cu tabatin mas cu un idea.

Encabezando e lista den un manera basta fenomenal tabata C. F.

Mapp di Light Oils Finishing, kende
tabatin seis CYI cu a worde aproba;
cuatro di Fils. 25 y dos di Fis. 20
sumando un total di Fis. 140. Des-
pues a sigui F. E. Groeneveldt, tam-
be di LOF, kende a anota_ cinco
idea; cuatro di Fls. 25 y uno di Fis.
20, cu un total di Fis. 120. BE. I.
Gouveia, un otro homber di Light
Oils, tabatin dos idea di Fis. 20 cu
a worde accepté. Y promer di ter-
mina cu e ganadornan di CYI den
LOF, F. S. Kelly a anota un idea
pagando un premio di Fis. 125, H.
V. Besselink a ricibi un premio di
Fls. 100 y F. S. Hoek y B. Ras ca-
da uno a gana un premio di Fs. 50.

E ganador mas prominente taba-
ta J. Artsen di Garage y Transpor-
tation. No solamente e tabata e ga-
nado mas prominente den e suma
total, pero el tambe a ricibi e pre-
mio mas halto individual. Sr. Art-
sen tabatin tres premio cu a worde
accepta. El ta na cabez di e lista cu
un premio di Fls. 300, sigui pa uno
di Fils. 30 mientras di tres tabata
di Fis. 25, yegando un total di Fls.
355.

Otro ganadornan multiple tabata
G. A. A. Hart di Mechanical Depart-
ment - Machinist, M. St. Paul di
Mechanical Administration y S. B.
Francis di Cracking.



"Puntonan Saliente”’
Manda pa Post

"Puntonan Saliente di 195 un
informe ariba actividadnan di com-
pania durante anja, a worde dund
liber Juli 21 cu copianan despacha
pa casnan of post office box di tur
empleadonan. Postmento tabata en
progreso e promer parti di siman
pasa, y ta di spera cu tur copianan
lo ta entregd dentro di e proximo
poco dianan.

E libreta di 24 pagina tamanjo
8-'/2 pa 11 inch ta contene un varie-
dad grandi di informacion tocante
Lago: funcion y posicion den
mundo di negoshi, su operacionnan
di refinacion y di marina, y desaro-
yonan den terreno di relacionnan cu
empleadonan. Algun charts y revis-
tanan estadistica ta yuda conta e
storia, mescos cu cantidad di retra-
to, algun di nan den cuatro color.

Edicionnan separaé a worde pre-
para na Ingles y Papiamento, y un
esfuerzo a worde haci pa duna cada
empleado un copia den e idioma cu
e ta prefera.



su

Cambio Posible

Areglonan a worde haci asina cu
empleadonan cu ta desea por cam-
bia copianan Ingles pa Papiamento,
of copianan Papiamento pa Ingles.
Pa haya e copia nobo ta necesario
pa trece e copia cu bo kier cambia.
Cambionan por worde haci na Re-
ception Center na Porta 1 entre 12
merdia y 1:00 p.m. tur dia for di
Dialuna, Juli 30 te Diabierna, Au-
gustus 3. Esaki por tuma lugar tur
dia tambe na oficina di Aruba Esso
News den Training Building duran-
te oranan regular di trabao den dia.

| Bo Adres a Cambia?



Notanan Caribiana

Migracion

Mas di 55,000 West Indionan a
pa Inglaterra desde guerra,
segun fuentenan di gobierno Brita-
nico. Como 25,000 di nan a establece

migra

nan mes den vecindario di Londres.
Juni tabata un luna di record, cu
6000 yegando.

Mientras tanto British Caribbean



Welfare Service a worde expandi
for di un personal di cinco, financia
pa Gobierno di Jamaica pa un per-
onal di 16 pagad pa gobiernonan di
islanan Ingles. E grupo aki, hunto
cu un cantidad di organizacionnan
voluntario, ta tratando cu e proble-
ma di empleo, problemanan di aco-



modacion, asuntonan di familia y
actividad social di West Indionan
na Londres.

Durante luna di Juni e ciudad

Sheffield, a soluciona un di su pro-
blemanan di transporte empleado
48 di e West Indionan como chauf-
feur di bus.

Atomo na P.R.

Establecemento reciente di un in-
dustria nobo di $28,000,00 na Puerto
Rico door di Union Carbide and Car-
bon ta worde contempl4é como un
posible preludo di instalacionnan di
energia atomico ariba e isla, como
e corporacion aki ta entre esnan di
mas experiencia den terreno di ener-
gia atomico.

Siendo cu Puerto Rico no tin re-
cursonan natural den carbon, of
azeta, y ta posede un industria cu
ta crece rapidamente, esaki por ta
di suma importancia pa e lugar.

Mehoracion

E situacion di salud di populacion
di Surinam a mehora grandemente
den anjanan reciente, segun un in-
forme door di Dept. di Salud Publi-
co. E mortalidad awor ta 9 pa 1000
habitante, contra 7.3 na Holanda y
13-1/2 y 12 respectivamente na Bri-
tish Guiana y Brazil. Mortalidad di
mucha chikito ta mas of menos
mitar di loke e ta na British Guiana,
pero ainda e ta doble di loke e ta na
Holanda.

E combate contra malaria y fila-
riasis tabatin resultadonan remar-

cable. Na 1931 tabatin 14,000 pa-
ciente di malaria; na 1951 esaki a
reduci na 535 y a sigui mengua

Desde 1949 incidencia di micro-fila-
riasis entre habitantenan di Para-



maribo a baha for di 17.4 por ciento
te 6.1 por ciento

Schoolnan Nobo

St. Vincent, unda no tabatin edu-
cacion obligatorio primeramente pa
motibo di falta di facilidadnan, ta
na punto pa cuminza un projecto di
construccion di school pa acomoda
mas of menos 3000 mucha



Varios luna pasa tur empleadonan |

a duna compania nan adres correcto
Desde e tempo esfuerzo a worde ha-
ci door di varios medio pa tene e
adres aki hasta la fecha, pero e tra-

bao di adresa e boeki "Lago High- |

lights” ta indica cu awor hopi adres
por ta incorrecto como cu emplea-
donan a cambia cas. Carchi pa re-
porta cambio di adres ta obtenible
na Oficina di Relacion Industrial
como na seccion di Thrift Plan den

| Oficina di Empleo na Porta Mayor,
| cual cualkier empleado cu a cambia

adres por usa.





Is Your Address
Up to Date?

Several months ago all em-
ployees supplied the company
with their correct address. Since
then efforts have been made by
various means to keep these re-
cords up to date, but the mailing
operation in connection with
"Lago Highlights” indicates that
many may now be incorrect be-
cause employees have moved.
Supplies of address cards are
available both at the Industrial
Relations Building and at the
Thrift Office of the Employment
Annex at Gate 1 for the use of
any employees who have changed
addresses.







Estrellanan di Tennis
A Hunga na Aruba
Aruba por a mira un parti di e

mehor tennis na mundo Juli 14 ora
Jack Kramer a trece su trupa cu ta

haciendo un torneo Lago Sports
Park. Den matchnan di dos set,
Tony Trabert a split cu Frank

Sedgman y Pancho Gonzales cu
Kramer. Kramer y Sedgman a bati

Trabert y Gonzales den un match
doble 6-3, 5-7, 6-2.

Mas of menos 700 hende a bin
mira e exhibicion.

Net siman pasa U.S. Lawn Tennis
Association a selecta e diez mehor
hungadornan di Estados Unidos pa
ultimo 25 anja. Tanto Gonzales co-
mo Kramer tabata entre nan. Sedg-
man ta reconoci como un di mehor
di Australia, y Trabert a yega di
tene titulonan di Wimbledon y Esta-
dos Unidos tempo cu el] tabata ama-
teur. Despues di aki e grupo a hun-
ga na Trinidad promer di regresa
na Estados Unidos.

Stampilla y Placa

Di repente Aruba Esso News a
worde acerca cu tres suplica directo
pa corespondencia. Y pa haci e asun-
interesante, e tresnan cu a

ta separa cu



to mas
pidi pa coresponsal

mas of menos 3000 milla di awa.
Asina ta, esnan cu ta desea cores-
pondencia, bula den centro di e

triangula British Guiana, New York
City, London, cu un carta rapido na
Gaston Charlotte St.,
New Amsterdam, Bernice, British
Guiana; of Donald Linzey, 2 West
119th St, New York 26, New York;
of C. H. O. Chung, 47 Guildford
Grove, Greenwich, London, S. E. 10,
England

Tur tres ta interesd den stampil-
la y placa di plata y nan cambio.

A. Chung, 7



< Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly



July 16-31 Wednesday, August 8
Monthly Payroll
| July 1-31 Thursday, August 9



COMPANIONS of P. Dunker of Colony Servi
Varlock, C. Clark, V. C.

luncheon were H.

ce (left) at his retirement
Fuller, S. Hartwick and

D. T. Hanlon.









Full Text
VOL. 17, No. 15

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.







Long Journey |

MOTHER
with some girls of the orphanage a
from Lago Colony, inspect

Mariners. The dolls were an

specially-dressed dolls presented by
international

PRIORESS Theresia and Sister Magdalena of Imeldahof,

t Noord and several Mariner Scouts
the
in

project of Mariners

New Jersey.

MOEDER PRIORIN Theresia y Soeur Magdalena di Imeldahof, cu al-

gun mucha muher di e weeshuis na
di Lago Colony, ta inspecta popchi

Noord y varios Mariner Scouts for
nan cu bistir special presenta door

di e Mariners. E popchinan tabata un projecto international di Mariners

na New

Fifteen elaborately dressed dolls
ended a journey of nearly two thou- |
sand miles early this month when
girls of the Lago Colony Mariners |
delivered them to the Imeldahof |
orphanage at Noord.

The dolls were dressed in clothes
made by various Mariner groups in
New Jer and were gathered to-
gether by the Mariners at Bound-
brook. There they were divided into
two groups, and as part of an inter-
national project half were sent to
Okinawa and half to Aruba. Here |
it was decided they could make the |
most young hearts happy at the |
orphanage, and six members of the |
troop, accompanied by their leader, |
Mrs. G. R. Turner, went to Noord
to make the presentation. |

Some of the dolls are dressed in|
the costumes of Girl Scouts and
Brownies, others in the typical |
costumes of various nations. The
nuns at Imeldahof said they would |
probably use the dolls as birthday
presents as long as they last. |

Jersey.

Diez-cinco popchi bunita bisti a
termina un viaje di casi dos mil
milla na principio di e luna aki ora
mucha muhernan di Lago Colony
Mariners a entrega nan na Imelda
Hof na Noord.

E popchinan tabata bisti den pan-
ja cosi door di varios grupo di Ma-
riners den New Jersey, y a worde
colecté door di Mariners di Bound-
brook. Aya nan a worde parti den
dos grupo, y como parti di un pro-
jecto internacional mitar a worde
mandé Okinawa y mitar pa Aruba.
Aki a worde decidi cu nan por hac
mas tanto corazon hoben alegre née
Imelda Hof, y seis miembro di
trupa, acompanja pa nan lider, Sra.

| G. R. Turner, a bai Noord pa haci |

e presentacion.

Algun di e popchinan ta bisti den
uniform di padvinder y Brownies,
otronan den e uniformnan typico di
varios nacion. E soeurnan di Imelda
Hof a bisa cu probablemente nan
por usa e popchinan como regalo pa
hacimento di anja.



*Highlights” Mailed to Employees

"Lago Highlig!
year, was

or postoffice boxes by mail. Mailing
week, and it is expected that all
copies will have been delivered with-
in the next few days.

The 24-page 8'/2 x 11 inch book-
let contains a wide range of inform-
ation about Lago: its function and
position in the world of business, its
refining and marine operations, and
developments in the field of em-
ployee relations. A number of charts
and statistical tables help tell the
story, as do dozens of photographs,
a number of them in four colors.

Separate editions in English and
Papiamento have been prepared, and
and an effort has been made to Bive
each employee a copy in the lan-
guage he prefers.

hts of 1955”, a report on the company’s activities for the
sased July 21 with copies dispatched to all employees’ homes

progressed the early part of the past

Exchange Possible

Arrangements have been made so
that employees who wish may ex-
change English copies Papia-
mento, or Papiamento copies for
English. In order to get the new
copy it will be necessary to bring
in the copy not wanted. The ex-
change can be made at the Recep-
tion Center at Gate 1 between 12

for

} noon and 1:00 p.m. any day from

Monday, July 30 through Friday,
August 3. It can also be done any
day at the Aruba Esso News office
in the Training Building during re-
gular daytime working hours.



| Mr.



Fondo di Educacion Estableci
Pa Yuda Hobennan di Aruba

Formacion di Fondo Arubiano pa

Educacion a worde anuncid siman

pasa. Primeramente un grupo pa acumula fondo, su intento general, den
palabra di constitucion di e fondo ta pa '’promove desaroyo cientifico di

hobennan di Aruba y en p

rticular pa asisti financialmente esnan eligible

pa entrenamento ariba base di nan dedicacion y abilidad.”
Tanto mucha homber como mucha muher lo ta eligible pa ayudo, contal

cu nan ta cumpli cu dos condicion:
nan mester a recibi majoria di nan
educacion na Aruba, y nan mester
ta acepta door di un colegio reco-
noci.

Presidente di e grupo ta Jan
Beaujon; secretario-tesorero ta F.
de P. Wever, y miembronan di e
junta di directornan ta W. Meskill,
August Kuiperi, Jr., y A. O. Schol-
ten.

E Fondo lo no duna ayudo com-
pleto; solamente e lo suplementa e
recursonan di cada studiante. E ayu-
do por tuma forma di un préstamo
of un regalo, pero e mester worde
usa pa estudio profesional solamen- |
te: medicina, djentista, enginieria of

Donovan Takes LR.|
Post For Year

F. Clark Donovan, on loan to



Lago in Aruba from the Employee
Relations Dept. of Standard Oil Co.
(N.J.) for a year, replaced J. V.
Friel as industria] relations manager
July 16. The latter will be on special

.

F. Clark Donovan

assignment here for several weeks,
after which, on an executive devel-
opment assignment, he will assume
Donovan’s New York position
as an overseas advisor in employee
relations.

Mr. Donovan first joined the com-
pany in April, 1938 in Lago’s Pro-
cess Dept., later transferring to the |
Training Division and to the Mecha-
nical Dept. In 1943 he became train-
ing supervisor for Bayonne refinery
in New Jersey, and advanced there
to employee relations manager.

In 1947 he became
tions manager at
cuum's operation in
traveled throughout the Far East
on special employee relations as-
signments. Returning to the United |
States in 1948 he became assistant
employee relations manager for
Standard-Vacuum, and the follow-
ing year became manager. He join-
ed the parent company in 1954 as
an overseas employee relations ad-
visor.

Circus Today!

A circus reported to be travel- |
ing in 13 chartered planes and
with 135 animals was scheduled
to arrive in Aruba July 25 from
Venezuela. Two weeks of per-
formances start at the RCA field
in Oranjestad July 28.

employee rela-
Standard-Va-
Sumatra, and

otro ramonan.

E promer actividad di e grupo no-
bo ta pa haci un campanja pa co-
lecta placa. Den futuro cercano, mas
detaye tocante procedimento di
aplicacion lo worde anuncia.

Tres Graduante di LVS
Lo Atende Colegio na
Estados Unidos

Tres mas di e hobennan di Lago
tin intencion di bai Merca pa sigui
nan educacion. Nan ta Raphael
Hodge, Laurencio Pom y Purcy
Brunnings, tur graduantenan di
1954 di LVS.

Actualmente emplea door di Lago,
nan tin intencion di paga nan mes
estudio door di colegio maske podi-
ser nan tin mester di ayudo pa com-
pleta e tarea aki. Raphael, awor den
TSD-drafting, lo drenta Howard
University pa studia enginieria ci-
vil; Laurencio lo drenta Southeast
Missouri State College pa enginieria
mecanico. Awor el ta trahando den
TSD field engineering. Purcy lo
atende Tuskegee Institute y traha
pa un grado den enginieria electrico.
Tur lo keda Estados Unidos te tem-
po di graduacion, y lo traha durante
verano pa yuda cubri nan gastonan.

Mientras 1 tabata atende LVS
tur tres a obtene marcanan sobre-
saliente tanto den school como pa-
for. Tur tabata miembro di Student
Council y e equipo di baseball. Ra-
phael tabata acompanjista pa Glee
Club y a forma Steel Band di LVS.

Despues di colegio nan ta spera
di bolbe na Lago.

Three LVS Grads
Scheduled for
College in USA

Three more of Lago’s young men
are planning to head north to
further their education. They are
Raphael Hodge, Laurencio Pom and

Purey Brunings,
all 1954 graduates
of LVS.
Currently em-
ployed by Lago,
they plan to pay
their own way
through college
even though they
may need help to
see the whole job
done. Raphael,
now in TSD-
drafting, will en-



Laurencio Pom Purcy Brunings

roll in Howard University to study
civil engineering; Laurencio will
enter Southeast Missouri State Col-
lege for mechanical engineering. He
is now working in TSD field en-
gineering. Purcy will attend Tuske-
gee Institute and work toward a
degree in electrical engineering. All
will remain in the States until gra-
duation, and will work during the
summers to help cover expenses.

While attending LVS all three
ran up outstanding records in the
classroom and out as well. They
were all members of the Student
Council and the baseball team.
Raphael was accompanist for the
Glee Club and created the LVS
Steel Band.

After college they hope to come



back to Lago.



(Lago

i y ;

MOMENTS after the

big announcement

aa

Arturo Thijsen and Mario

Croes join Lago President O. Mingus, who had just given their names

as Allentown scholarship winners for 195

graduation ceremony

MOMENTONAN despues di e gran anuncio Arturo T
Croes ta join Lago President O. Mingus
nomber como ganadornan di beca di 1

Pa retratonan di graduacion di LVS

. For pictures of the LVS
of July 6 see page 3.

sen y Mario
kende a caba di anuncia nan
7 pa Allentown High School.
Juli 6 mira pagina 3.


RUBA EssoNEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA,
BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

WEST INDIES,
Printed by the Aruba



NETHERLANDS
Drukkerij N.V., N.W.I.

Education Foundation Set up
To Help Aruba Youths

y rormation of the Aruba Scholar-
ship Foundation was announced last
week. Primarily a fund-raising
group, its general purpose is, in the
words of its constitution, to ’’foster
the scientific development of Aruba-
descended youths abroad and in
particular to financially assist those
eligible for such training on the
basis of their zeal and ability.”

Both boys and girls will be
eligible for aid, provided they fulfill
two conditions; they must have re-
ceived the majority of their educa-
tion in Aruba, and they must be ac-



Caribbean Notes

Migration

More than 55,000 West Indians
have migrated to the United King-
dom since the war, according to
British government sources. About
25,000 of these have settled in the
London area. June was a record
month, with over 6000 arriving.

Meanwhile the British Caribbean
Welfare Service has been enlarged
from a staff of five, financed by the
Jamaica government to a staff of
16, paid for by the governments of
the British Caribbean. This group,
together with a large number of
voluntary organizations, has been
dealing with the problem of em-



ployment, problems of housing, fam-
ily questions and social activities of
the West Indians in London.

June saw one town, Sheffield,
solving one of its transport prob-
lems by employing 48 of the West
Indians as bus conductors.

Atoms in P.R.

Recent establishment of a new
$28,000,000 industry in Puerto Rico
by Union Carbide and Carbon is be-
ing hailed as a possible prelude to
atomic energy installations on that
island, since this corporation is
among the most experienced in the
atomic energy field.

With Puerto Rico having no na-
tural sources of energy in coal or
oil, yet with a rapidly growing in-
dustry, this could be of great im-
portance for the area.

Improvement

The health situation of Surinam’s
population has improved greatly in
recent years, according to a report
by the Dept. of Public Health. The
death rate is now 9 per 1000 inhabit-
ants, against 7.3 in the Netherlands
and 13'/2 and 12 respectively in Bri-
tish Guiana and Brazil. Infant mor-
tality is approximately half that in
British Guiana, though still appro-
ximately double that in the Nether-
lands.

The fight against malaria and
filariasis has had striking results.
In 1931 there were 14,000 malaria
patients; in 1951 this had been re-
duced to 535 and has continued to
decline. Since 1949 the incidence of
micro-filariasis among inhabitants
of Paramaribo has declined from
17.4 per cent to 6.1 per cent.

New Schools

St. Vincent, which has not had
compulsory education primarily be-
cause of lack of facilities, is about
to undertake a new school building
project to accommodate approxi-
mately 3000 children. The program
includes enlargement of some
schools and the erection of new
ones in various districts, including
one new secondary school.
Pineapple Record

The biggest single shipment of
pineapples from Jamaica to the
United Kingdom was made recently

when 40 tons were shipped in the
SS ''Manistee”.



cepted by a recognized college

The president of the new eioup
is Jan Beaujon; secretary-treasurer
is F. de P. Wever, and members of
the board of directors are W. Mes-
kill, August Kuiperi, Jr., and A. O.
Scholten.

The Foundation will not provide
full help; it will only supplement
each student’s own resources. The
help may take the form of a loan or
a grant, but it is to be used for pro-
fessional study only: medicine, den-
tistry, engineering, and others.

The first project of the new group
is to undertake a drive for funds.
In the near future, further details
on application procedure will be an-
nounced.

Group Accepts
Lago Steno

Alphonso Weekes of Colony Head-
quarters has been accepted as a
Fellow of The Incorporated Phono-
graphic Society in recognition of his
shorthand skill. The Society, which
has headquarters in England, is the

oldest society for shorthand writers
in the world.
The

minimum requirement for
IPS membership
is a shorthand
speed of 180 words
per minute. In a
recent shorthand-
typist examina-
tion, Mr. Weekes
took five minutes
of dictation at
that speed and
translated and
transcribed it on
Alphonso Weekes the typewriter at

an average speed
of 23 words per minute.

Mr. Weekes, who has been teach-
ing and studying shorthand for the
past 14 years, plans now to study
for the award of Certified Short-
hand Reporter, an American award
which requires a speed of 240 words
per minute.



Grupo ta Admiti

Empleado di Lago

Alphonso Weekes di Colony Head-
quarters a worde admiti como Fel-
low di The Incorporated Phono-
graphic Society en reconocemento
di su habilidad den stenografia. E
Society, cual tin su oficinanan ma-
yor na Inglaterra, ta e sociedad mas
bieuw di stenografistanan na mun-
do.

E requerimento minimo pa bira
miembro di IPS ta un velocidad di
stenografia di 180 palabra pa mi-
nuut. Den un reciente examen di
stenografia y scirbimento na ma-
shin, Sr. Weekes a tuma cinco mi-
nuut di dictacion na e velocidad ey
y a traduci y transcribi esaki ariba
typewriter na un velocidad prome-
dio di 23 palabra pa minuut.

Sr. Weekes kende durante ultimo
14 anja di studia y duna les den
stenografia, awor tin intencion di
studia pa e grado di Certified Short-
hand Reporter, un grado Americano
cual ta requeri un velocidad di 240
palabra pa minuut.

Correction

An error in the last issue of the
Aruba Esso News robbed J. J. Hori-
gan of a full year in the presidency
of Lago. He was elected president of
the company in August, 1946, and
not in September, 1947 as erroneous-
ly stated.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

July 28,

1956



Tennis Stars

Play In Aruba

Some of the best tennis in the
world came to Aruba July 14 when
Jack Kramer brought his touring
troupe to Lago Sports Park. In two
two-set matches, Tony Trabert split
with Frank Sedgman and Pancho
Gonzales with Kramer. Kramer and
Sedgman beat Trabert and Gonzales
in a doubles match 6-3, 5-7, 6-2.

About 700 fans were on hand for
the exhibition.

Just last week the U. S. Lawn
Tennis Association selected the ten
best U. S. players from the last 25
years. Among them were both Gon-
zales and Kramer. Sedgman ranks
as one of Australia’s best, and
Trabert held both the Wimbledon
and U. S. titles while he was an
amateur. The group played in Trini-
dad after leaving here, then return-
ed to the States.

NEW ARRIVALS

July 3

MADURO, Felix - C&L

GIL, Teofilo - Acid

HADAWAY, Owen - I
Kinsley Owen
July 4

Luis - Machinist;

Felix - Instrument; 4

Florencio R. - Mech.

daughters

son
A daughter
; A son,












, Pedro I. Welding; A daughter
artholomeus W. A. - TSD; A
son
CROES, Julio G. - Marine Office; A
daughter, Rosabell Loraine
MADURO, Estefanus - Yard; A daughter
July 5
ARCHIBALD, Guy - Cracking; A son,
Glenn Orlando
DE CUBA, Johannes E. - Col. Maint.; A






son, duvige

EN, Romualdo - LOF; A
Ronald Romualdo
Alfred C. - Machinist;
anet Rebecca

- Acid & Edel.;




A daugh-



ter,
LACLE, Juan O.
Glenn Esmero
HENRIQUEZ, Lodewijk - Mech. Pipe; A

A son,






son, Miguel Albertico
July 6
HERNANDEZ, Frans - Laundry; A son,
Isaias Romulo
July 7
MADURO, Nicolaas - M Yard; A
daughter, Setronilia Brigida
July 8
3RAHAM, Arthur - TSD;
Leslie Lynn
Heinrich P. A. -

Medical; A son, Stephen Paul
CROES, Gilberto - Mech. Paint; A
ter

daugh-

July 9
WOLFF, Thomas - Mech. Yard; A
Ludwina Dionisia

daugh-

















y, Howard C. - TSD; A son, Vin-
E. - Mech. Yard; A
Lydia Veronica
ROOS, Benigno- Lab No. 2; A son, Nor-
man Ceril
July 12
WEVER, Rudolfo - Marine Office; A son,
Randolph Antony
July 13
PETERSON, Joseph M. - Mech. Paint; A
son, Roberto Gustavo
RICHARDSON, Donald B. A. - Mech.
Admin.; A daughter, Ingrid Eunice
Bertilia
July 14
MADURO, Lodewijk E. - Ind. Rel.; A
aughter, Yolanda Mercedes
EVERON, Everardo Mech. lectrical;
A daughter
GEERMAN, Augustino - Utilities; A son,
Aventuro
July 15
MADURO, Frans R. - Electrical; A son,
E
berto - TSD Eng.; A son,
Joseph
Juan D Instrument; A



daughter, Meriam Ruth







DE WINDT, Alfonso - Esso Dining Hall;
A son, Pedro Enrique
JAMES, Abraham, - Mech. Yard; A son,
Roland Theobold
July 16
KOCK, Augustin - Medical; A son, Ro-
bert Daniel
July 17
WEBB, Wilfred D. A. - Lago Police; A
daughter, Cheryl Ann
July 18
MADURO, Marco - Mech, Garage; A son





TENNIS PRO Frank Sedgman of Australia (top) hammers a cannon-
ball return. Below, four of the greatest tennis players in the world,
Gonzales, Trabert, Sedgman, and Kramer.



TEN 5 PRO Frank Sedgman di Australia (ariba) ta haci un deyuelta
poderisimo. Abao, cuatro di e hungadornan di tennis mas grandi den
mundo, Gonzales, Trabert, Sedgman, y Kramer.



A BIT of ceremony, some refreshments and much fun marked the oc-
casion July 8 when several hundred Padvindsters (Girl Scouts) gathered
at POVA beach to celebrate the tenth year of the movement here.

UN POCO ceremonia, poco refresco y hopi pret a marea e ocasion dia
8 di Juli ora varios cien Padvindsters a reuni hunto na POVA beach pa
celebra e di diez anja di e organizacion aki.






July 28, 1956



ALBINO RASMIJN receives his
diploma from C. F. Smith. Prin-
cipal Meskill is at right.

This year’s LVS graduation, like

every year’s, was a festive occasion



Families and friends of the gra-
duates were on hand for the cere-
monies and to hear Lago officials
praise the youths on their achieve-
ment. Later, after diplomas had

been awarded, the crowd of nearly



1,000 attende



a reception
On hand for the carnival-like
party were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Forgan Although this was their
first trip to Aruba, the Forgans
were well-known; they are the
foster parents of the LVS boys who
have won scholarships to Allentown
High School. The Forgans, in ad-
meeting some

dition to former



met the two boys who will
be living with them in the fall: Ma-

rio Croes and Arturo Thijsen

ALBINO RASMIJN ta recibi su
diploma for di C. F. Smith. Di-
rector Meskill ta banda drechi.

Graduacion di LVS e anja aki,
mescos cu tur anja, tabata un oca-
sion di fiesta. Familia y amigonan
presente



di e graduantenan tabata
pa e ceremonianan y pa tende ofi-
cialnan di Lago elogia e hobennan
cu nan acomplecimentonan. Mas
laat, despues cu e diplomanan a wor-
de parti, e multitud di casi 1,000 a
atende un recepcion

Presente pa e fiesta cu tabata
parce ariba un carnaval tabata Sr.
y Sra. Frank Forgan. Maske esaki
tabata nan promer bishita na Aru-
ba, familia Forgan tabata bon cono-
ci; nan ta esnan cerca kende e mu-
chanan di LVS cu a gana beca di
estudio pa Allentown High School
ta keda. Familia Forgan, ademas di
encontra algun di e hobennan cu a
keda cerca nan anteriormente, a



cerra conoci cu e dos hobennan cu
lo bai cerca nan na September: Ma-
rio Croes y Arturo Thijsen.



A GROUP of visitors enjoys one UN GRUPO di bishitante ta goza

of the classroom exhibits. un

TWO WINNERS FROM previous years
had a reunion with Mrs. Forgan. They are
F. Dijkhoff (smiling) and Jan Wester,
right. Others are, from left: Mrs. Tjam,
Maria Quandt and Mrs. Forgan.

di e exhibicionnan den klas.

7





DOS GA?

CONGRATULATIONS from F. W. Switzer to scholar-
ship winner Mario Croes as W. H. Meskill looks on.

FELICITACIONES di F. W. Switzer pa ganador di be-



,ADOR di anjanan anterior taba-
tin un encuentro di nobo cu Sra. Forgan.
Nan ta F. Dijkhoff (sonriendo)
Wester, banda drechi. For di robez
Tjam, Maria Quandt, Sra. Forgan.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3



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ZO-AFCUFAO









F. E. GRIFFIN,
the principal
speaker.



THIS HAPPY GROUP could only
be talking about the Allentown
scholarships. From left: winner Ar-
turo Thijsen, Mrs. Bislick, his
mother; Miss Margarita Winterdaal,
his aunt; Mrs. Forgan, School Prin-
cipal W. H. Meskill, winner Mario
Croes, and Mr. Forgan.



Mario Croes mientras W. H. Meskill ta mirando.






mama, Srta. Margarita Winterdaal, su tanta;
Sra. Forgan, Director di School W. H. Meskill,
ganador Mario Croes, y Sr. Forgan.

E GRUPO ALEGRE aki no por ta papia di otro
cos sino e beea di estudio na Allentown. For di









a |

FAMILIES AND FRIENDS had a chance
Sra. after the ceremony to congratulate the
graduates,

tabatin un



FAMILIA Y AMIGONAN .
chens despues di e cermonia pa felicita e
graduantenan.

y Jan





PARTICIPANTS in the summer training program
for college students are shown during a day of
classroom orientation preceding their departmental
assignments. Front row, |. to r., Abraham Zadoks,
Carol Garber, Roy Burson, Sarah Armstrong, Fre-
deric Engelbrecht, M Ellen Straub; middle, Ro-
bert Griffin, Patricia Robert Norcom,
Odis Mingus II, Rosa Wierzbicki, Robert Borbonus;
back row, Daniel Brewer, Rosalie Margules, Judith
Switzer, Adolf Lichtenstein. Not shown, David
Dodge, Frederico Montaner.

NEW ANNUITANT J. P. Hengeveld, left, says goodbye to E. R. Carroll
following J. E. Hernandes’ presentation of a retirement check from
friends in Catalytic & Light Ends.

ANUITANTE NOBO J. P. Hengeveld, robez, ta tuma despedida di E. R.
Carroll despues cu J. E. Hernandez a caba di presenta na dje un check
na nomber di su amigonan den Catalytic & Light Ends.

JOINING M. M. Helder of the Paint Dept. at his retirement lunch were,
left to right, C. Berrisford, V. Helder, (retiree Helder is third from left)
J. R. Proterra, J. C. Thijzen, J. Croes, and E. L. George.

HUNTO cu M. M. Helder di Paint Dept. na su comida di retiro tabata,
robez pa drechi, C. Berrisford, V. Helder, (pensionista Helder ta di tres
banda robez) J. R. Proterra, J. C. Thijzen, J. Croes, y E. L. George.

WITH Bicento Perez of Mechnical-Pipe (at extreme right) at his re-
tirement lunch June 29 were J. R. Proterra, N. Everon, F. Perez, J.
Kling and B. J. Bruever.

CU Bicento Perez di Mechanical-Pipe (leuw banda drechi) na su comida
di retiro Juni 29 tabata J. R. Proterra, N. Everon, F. Perez, J, Kling y
y B. J. Breuver.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

PARTICIPANTENAN den e programa di entre-
namento di verano pa studiantenan di colegio ta
munstra aki durante un dia di orientacion den klas
promer cu nan a recibi nan eneargonan departa-

mental.

WHEN ALL the weights had
been lifted at the Sport Park
weightlifting and body beauti-
ful contests June 23, the trophy
for first prize in the heavy-
weight division went to Este-
ban Vorst, here receiving the
cup from W. L. Ewart of Pro-
cess-Utilities. Shown in action
at far right is Juan Garrio,
who took first in the 165 Ib.
division and third in the body
beautiful contest.

Beare
BLAN Beare

Over FEMALE MOTH
AND HER FAMILY

CAN DESTROY IN A
SINGLE YEAR AS
MULCH WOOL AS IT
WOULO TAKE A p07
EN SHEEP TO FRODUCE..

S72 DULATION ISA TERM
Erp | APPLIED TOTHE SOUND MADE
BY CRICKETS AND LOcusTSs .

NE OF THE MOST P-EMARKABLE OF ALL BIRDS 1S THE
HOATIN...THIS SOUTH AMERICAN BIRD IS ACTUALLY BORN
WITH “FOUR LEGS; SINCE THE WINGS ARE FURNISHED WITH
WES AND CLAWS..LATER, THE WING- TOES ARE SHED, ANO.
HE ADULT HOATIIN LOOKS MULCH THE SAME AS ANY OTHER BIRDL

EDDIE McCOART’S host of friends gathered at the Legion

Home June 29 for a preliminary sendoff before his retirement

at the end of July. He was well-loaded (at right) with food,

(below right) with scroll, gifts, and a check, and (below)
with friends who wished him well.

E MULTITUD di amigonan di Eddie McCoart a reuni na
Legion Home June 29 pa un fiesta preliminario promer cu su
retiro na fin di Juli. El a worde bon carga (banda drechi) cu
cuminda, (abao banda drechi) cu un scroll, regalo, y un
check, y (abao) cu amigonan cu a bin desee’le tur cos bon.

July 28, 1956

ORA TUR e pesonan a worde
hiza na Sport Park den e con-
curso di hiza peso Juni 23, e
trofeo pa promer premio den
e division di peso completo a
bai pa Esteban Vorst, mas
ariba, ricibiendo e copa for di
W. L. Ewart di Process-Utilit-
ies. Munstra den accion ta
Juan Garrio, kende a sali pro-
mer den e division di 165 Ib.
y tereer den e concurso di
desaroyo fisico.














July 28, 1956



/

SPECIALLY HONORED at the opening of the Aruba Youth Center at
Sabaneta July 13 were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Horigan. Above, they inspect
a scroll signed by all members of the club old enough to write; with
them are club ’godfathers” J. F. Malcolm and T. Quinn. Below, from G. J.
Schouten, chief organi of the center, Mrs. Horigan receives a bouquet
of 36 roses, one for each of Mr. Horigan’s years with the company.






HONRA SPECIALMENTE na habrimento di Aruba Youth Center na

Cura Cabai Juli 13 tabata Sr. y Sra. J. J. Horigan. Ariba, nan ta in-

specta un scroll firma door di tur miembronan di e club cu ta bastante

bieuw pa scirbi: hunto cu nan ta padrinonan di e club J. F. Malcolm y

T. Quinn. Abao, for di G. J. Schouten, organizador principal di e centro,

Sra. Horigan ta recibi un bouquet di 36 rosa, un pa cada di e anjanan
cu Sr. Horigan a pasa cu compania.





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ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5



OPENING ceremonies of the Aruba Sports Union’s second sports week
last month included a long parade of the island’s sports clubs. At right
Dr. G. A. Oduber, acting president of ASU, and Tico Kuiperi of Voz di
announce events to the first-night audience. A feature of the
opening, below, was a junior football game that ended in a 2-2 tie.








CEREMONIANAN di inauguracion di e siman di deporte di Aruba
Sport Unie luna pasa a inelui un parada largo di e clubnan deportista
di e isla. Banda drechi Dr. Oduber, presidente interino di ASU, y
Tico Kuiperi di Voz di Aruba ta anuncia evyentonan pa e publico cu a
presenta e promer anochi. Un aspecto di e habrimento, abao, tabata un
wega di futbol di junior klasse cu a caba den un empate di 2-2.



RECENTLY named assistant
editor of the Aruba Esso News
is J. D. Piedmont, at right,
from Roanoke, Virginia. A
journalism graduate of Notre
Dame University, he has spent
the last four years in an
editorial capacity with the
Norfolk & Western Railway.



RECIENTEMENTE — nombra
sub-redactor di Aruba Esso
News ta J. D. Piedmont, ban-
da drechi, for di Roanoke, Vir-
ginia. Un graduante den jour-
nalismo di Universidad di
Notre Dame, el a pasa ultimo
cuatro anja den un capacidad
editorial cu Norfolk & West-
ern Railway.










30! GALLONS
OF FUEL Gone /

FN Ong heeas et athe THREE HUNDRED GALLONS oF ver
ceremonies shown on page 3 FUEL ARE REQUIRED TO RUN A 8-47
: are four years of study and RAMP TO This, END OFA ROMWAY
‘ work. Also behind the scenes — USUVALL Agocr One IND

are several days of preparation OVE-HALE MILES-

so events on the big night run
smoothly. Shown here is the
graduating class rehearsing
and timing the entry into
their section of seats.



TRAS di e enscenanan di e
ceremonianan munstra ariba
pagina 3 ta cuatro anja di es-
tudio y trabao. Tambe tras di
F enscenanan ta varios dia di
preparacion asina cu evento-
nan ariba e anochi lo bai bon.
Munstra aki ta e klas gra-
duante repitiendo y preparan-
do nan entrada den nan sien-
tanan,















,,
/N GRANDEATHERS TIME,
2/0 HOURS WERE NEEDED TO
PROOUCE AS. ee oP WORK-
MAN DOGS TODAY IN 4OHOURS,
THANKS TO PETROLEUM —
POWERED MACHINES,


ARUBA ESSO NEWS







Cheeks, Diploma, Wind Make Neu





WELFARE FUNDS totaling Fils. 1000 were distributed by checks July
11 to three island groups that will use the money in carrying on charit-
able or child welfare work. With Charles Morales of the Legion, who
has just made the presentations, are Father de Haas of St. Theresa’s,
Pastor Robert Hamm of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, and James
Dickey of the El Scl Naciente Masonic lodge’s Winkel Society.



FONDONAN benevolente sumando na Fls. 1000 a worde reparti pa
medio di check Juli 13 pa tres grupo ariba e isla cu lo usa e placa pa
haci obranan di caridad of trabao entre hubentud. Hunto cu Charles
Morales di American Legion, kende a caba di haci e presentacionnan, ta
Padre De Haas di San Nicolas, Domi Robert Hamm di Misa Adventista,
y James Dickey di Sociedad Winkel di lodge masonico E] Sol Naciente.

he College of Swedish Mass ige



A LONG course of study ended successfully recently for Emile Leef-

mans of Catalytic & Light Ends when he received his diploma from the

College of Swedish Massage at Chicago. Now practising as a sideline,
he hopes eventually to make the work a full-time profession.





UN CURSO largo di estudio a termina cu exito recientemente pa Emile

Leefmans di Catalytie & Light Ends ora el a recibi su diploma for di

College of Swedish Massage na Chicago. Awor practicando den su tem-

po liber, el ta sspera eventualmente di haci e trabao un_profesion
completo.



IT’S SOMETIMES a struggle to reach the plane when the wind is



brisk, and the Frank Forgans of Allentown found it so when they left
July 14 after a crowded three-weeks visit. Last of their many friends
to say goodbye was foster son Juan Noguera, at left.

TIN VEZ ta un lucha pa aleanza e aeroplano ora biento ta duro, y
familia Frank Forgan di Allentown a experimenta esaki ora nan a sali
Juli 14 despues di un bishita di tres siman. E ultimo di nan hopi amigo-



nan pa tuma despedida tabata Juan Noguera, robez.

July 28, 1956



Premios Multiple di CYI
Sobresaliente den Mei

Mei tabata un luna bon pa 58 empleadonan di Lago participando den
plan di CYI. E premionan di e luna ey a yega un total di Fils. 2915 y
tur 58 hende a haya un parti di e placa. Di e 58, sinembargo, e tabata
specialmente notable pa siete hende cu tabatin mas cu un idea.

Encabezando e lista den un manera basta fenomenal tabata C. F.

Mapp di Light Oils Finishing, kende
tabatin seis CYI cu a worde aproba;
cuatro di Fils. 25 y dos di Fis. 20
sumando un total di Fis. 140. Des-
pues a sigui F. E. Groeneveldt, tam-
be di LOF, kende a anota_ cinco
idea; cuatro di Fls. 25 y uno di Fis.
20, cu un total di Fis. 120. BE. I.
Gouveia, un otro homber di Light
Oils, tabatin dos idea di Fis. 20 cu
a worde accepté. Y promer di ter-
mina cu e ganadornan di CYI den
LOF, F. S. Kelly a anota un idea
pagando un premio di Fis. 125, H.
V. Besselink a ricibi un premio di
Fls. 100 y F. S. Hoek y B. Ras ca-
da uno a gana un premio di Fs. 50.

E ganador mas prominente taba-
ta J. Artsen di Garage y Transpor-
tation. No solamente e tabata e ga-
nado mas prominente den e suma
total, pero el tambe a ricibi e pre-
mio mas halto individual. Sr. Art-
sen tabatin tres premio cu a worde
accepta. El ta na cabez di e lista cu
un premio di Fls. 300, sigui pa uno
di Fils. 30 mientras di tres tabata
di Fis. 25, yegando un total di Fls.
355.

Otro ganadornan multiple tabata
G. A. A. Hart di Mechanical Depart-
ment - Machinist, M. St. Paul di
Mechanical Administration y S. B.
Francis di Cracking.



"Puntonan Saliente”’
Manda pa Post

"Puntonan Saliente di 195 un
informe ariba actividadnan di com-
pania durante anja, a worde dund
liber Juli 21 cu copianan despacha
pa casnan of post office box di tur
empleadonan. Postmento tabata en
progreso e promer parti di siman
pasa, y ta di spera cu tur copianan
lo ta entregd dentro di e proximo
poco dianan.

E libreta di 24 pagina tamanjo
8-'/2 pa 11 inch ta contene un varie-
dad grandi di informacion tocante
Lago: funcion y posicion den
mundo di negoshi, su operacionnan
di refinacion y di marina, y desaro-
yonan den terreno di relacionnan cu
empleadonan. Algun charts y revis-
tanan estadistica ta yuda conta e
storia, mescos cu cantidad di retra-
to, algun di nan den cuatro color.

Edicionnan separaé a worde pre-
para na Ingles y Papiamento, y un
esfuerzo a worde haci pa duna cada
empleado un copia den e idioma cu
e ta prefera.



su

Cambio Posible

Areglonan a worde haci asina cu
empleadonan cu ta desea por cam-
bia copianan Ingles pa Papiamento,
of copianan Papiamento pa Ingles.
Pa haya e copia nobo ta necesario
pa trece e copia cu bo kier cambia.
Cambionan por worde haci na Re-
ception Center na Porta 1 entre 12
merdia y 1:00 p.m. tur dia for di
Dialuna, Juli 30 te Diabierna, Au-
gustus 3. Esaki por tuma lugar tur
dia tambe na oficina di Aruba Esso
News den Training Building duran-
te oranan regular di trabao den dia.

| Bo Adres a Cambia?



Notanan Caribiana

Migracion

Mas di 55,000 West Indionan a
pa Inglaterra desde guerra,
segun fuentenan di gobierno Brita-
nico. Como 25,000 di nan a establece

migra

nan mes den vecindario di Londres.
Juni tabata un luna di record, cu
6000 yegando.

Mientras tanto British Caribbean



Welfare Service a worde expandi
for di un personal di cinco, financia
pa Gobierno di Jamaica pa un per-
onal di 16 pagad pa gobiernonan di
islanan Ingles. E grupo aki, hunto
cu un cantidad di organizacionnan
voluntario, ta tratando cu e proble-
ma di empleo, problemanan di aco-



modacion, asuntonan di familia y
actividad social di West Indionan
na Londres.

Durante luna di Juni e ciudad

Sheffield, a soluciona un di su pro-
blemanan di transporte empleado
48 di e West Indionan como chauf-
feur di bus.

Atomo na P.R.

Establecemento reciente di un in-
dustria nobo di $28,000,00 na Puerto
Rico door di Union Carbide and Car-
bon ta worde contempl4é como un
posible preludo di instalacionnan di
energia atomico ariba e isla, como
e corporacion aki ta entre esnan di
mas experiencia den terreno di ener-
gia atomico.

Siendo cu Puerto Rico no tin re-
cursonan natural den carbon, of
azeta, y ta posede un industria cu
ta crece rapidamente, esaki por ta
di suma importancia pa e lugar.

Mehoracion

E situacion di salud di populacion
di Surinam a mehora grandemente
den anjanan reciente, segun un in-
forme door di Dept. di Salud Publi-
co. E mortalidad awor ta 9 pa 1000
habitante, contra 7.3 na Holanda y
13-1/2 y 12 respectivamente na Bri-
tish Guiana y Brazil. Mortalidad di
mucha chikito ta mas of menos
mitar di loke e ta na British Guiana,
pero ainda e ta doble di loke e ta na
Holanda.

E combate contra malaria y fila-
riasis tabatin resultadonan remar-

cable. Na 1931 tabatin 14,000 pa-
ciente di malaria; na 1951 esaki a
reduci na 535 y a sigui mengua

Desde 1949 incidencia di micro-fila-
riasis entre habitantenan di Para-



maribo a baha for di 17.4 por ciento
te 6.1 por ciento

Schoolnan Nobo

St. Vincent, unda no tabatin edu-
cacion obligatorio primeramente pa
motibo di falta di facilidadnan, ta
na punto pa cuminza un projecto di
construccion di school pa acomoda
mas of menos 3000 mucha



Varios luna pasa tur empleadonan |

a duna compania nan adres correcto
Desde e tempo esfuerzo a worde ha-
ci door di varios medio pa tene e
adres aki hasta la fecha, pero e tra-

bao di adresa e boeki "Lago High- |

lights” ta indica cu awor hopi adres
por ta incorrecto como cu emplea-
donan a cambia cas. Carchi pa re-
porta cambio di adres ta obtenible
na Oficina di Relacion Industrial
como na seccion di Thrift Plan den

| Oficina di Empleo na Porta Mayor,
| cual cualkier empleado cu a cambia

adres por usa.





Is Your Address
Up to Date?

Several months ago all em-
ployees supplied the company
with their correct address. Since
then efforts have been made by
various means to keep these re-
cords up to date, but the mailing
operation in connection with
"Lago Highlights” indicates that
many may now be incorrect be-
cause employees have moved.
Supplies of address cards are
available both at the Industrial
Relations Building and at the
Thrift Office of the Employment
Annex at Gate 1 for the use of
any employees who have changed
addresses.







Estrellanan di Tennis
A Hunga na Aruba
Aruba por a mira un parti di e

mehor tennis na mundo Juli 14 ora
Jack Kramer a trece su trupa cu ta

haciendo un torneo Lago Sports
Park. Den matchnan di dos set,
Tony Trabert a split cu Frank

Sedgman y Pancho Gonzales cu
Kramer. Kramer y Sedgman a bati

Trabert y Gonzales den un match
doble 6-3, 5-7, 6-2.

Mas of menos 700 hende a bin
mira e exhibicion.

Net siman pasa U.S. Lawn Tennis
Association a selecta e diez mehor
hungadornan di Estados Unidos pa
ultimo 25 anja. Tanto Gonzales co-
mo Kramer tabata entre nan. Sedg-
man ta reconoci como un di mehor
di Australia, y Trabert a yega di
tene titulonan di Wimbledon y Esta-
dos Unidos tempo cu el] tabata ama-
teur. Despues di aki e grupo a hun-
ga na Trinidad promer di regresa
na Estados Unidos.

Stampilla y Placa

Di repente Aruba Esso News a
worde acerca cu tres suplica directo
pa corespondencia. Y pa haci e asun-
interesante, e tresnan cu a

ta separa cu



to mas
pidi pa coresponsal

mas of menos 3000 milla di awa.
Asina ta, esnan cu ta desea cores-
pondencia, bula den centro di e

triangula British Guiana, New York
City, London, cu un carta rapido na
Gaston Charlotte St.,
New Amsterdam, Bernice, British
Guiana; of Donald Linzey, 2 West
119th St, New York 26, New York;
of C. H. O. Chung, 47 Guildford
Grove, Greenwich, London, S. E. 10,
England

Tur tres ta interesd den stampil-
la y placa di plata y nan cambio.

A. Chung, 7



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luncheon were H.

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Fuller, S. Hartwick and

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