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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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March 29, 1958
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VOL. 19, No. 7



CAPITAL

presentation of big checks to winners. J.
TEMPORADA DI premionan mayor di CYI tabata anterior-
mente e luna aki na ocasion di presentacion di e checknan na e

IN THE bottom row, are the year’s

Norton, left, and J. J. Arrindell, center, both of whom re-
DEN E fila mas abao ta e ganadornan mas grandi di anja,

L. T. Norton, robez, y J. J. Arrindell,

Annual CYI C

AWARDS time was marked earlier this month by

De Cuba, retired

biggest winners, L. T.

centro, cada un di cual

ganadornan. J. De Cuba,

machinist, accepts a check for Fls. 600 from President O. Min-
gus. In the center picture, Capt. J. B. Fernando, a Fls. 500
machinist cu pension, ta acepta un
check di Fls. 600 for di Presidente O. Mingus. Den e retrato

ceived Fls. 1000 awards. At right, E. Trimon gets his Fls. 400
check. All award winners also received a silver belt buckle
a recibi Fls. 1000. Banda drechi, E. Trimon ta recibi su check
di Fls. 400. Tur ganadornan a recibi tambe un gespo di faha

apital Awards Made To Six

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

—

= etal

winner, shakes hands with Mr. Mingus, and at right C. E.
Polak of the Technical Service collects a Fs.
mei-mei, Capt. J. B. Fernando, un ganador di Fls. 500, ta sa-
gudi man di Sr. Mingus.

f

col
engraved with

di plata cu letranan di

initials

a



200 check.

Drechi, C. E. Polak ta recibi su check.



as a permanent reminder of the
1958 CYI capital award presentation by President Mingus.

nan nomber aden como un recuerdo di
e presentacion.

Mingus) Ta Presenta Cheek 7... Em, pla =, Mingus Presents Checks
Den Ceremonia Sorpresa A;e Candidates

In Surprise Ceremony

E mehor ideanan pa 1957 a worde recompensa cu checknan variando |
for di Fls. 1000 pa Fls. 200 na nan originadornan na e presentacion |
or di Coin Your Ideas.

Checknan a worde presenta door di Presidente O. Mingus na seis em-
pleado na ceremonianan atendi door di miembronan di directiva ehe-
cutivo, CYI committee y un cantidad]
grandi di supervisornan. Pa algun di}
e seisnan, e presentacion a bini como

The best ideas of 1957 brought checks ranging from Fls. 1000 to
Fls. 200 to their originators at the annual presentation of Coin Your

For SPAC Posts

Ideas Capital Awards.
Seven employees have announced z ‘ ‘
% | Kc 0. n o six employ at
thewiselveal aa han didates’For election Checks were presented by President O. Mingus to six employees

fa the Soncinl Pech uote | ceremonies attended by members of executive management, the CYI
| epbs Sib gs a cae : VISOTY | Committee and a large number of su-
Committee. The primary election will

5 ae ¢ pervisors For some of the si the
Peace Ee somata final| presentation came as a surprise,













demonstra con un sugerencia, una vez Mr. Polak’s idea history demon-

anual di premionan maj

sorpresa, como identidad di ganador-
nan di premionan mayor ta keda se-
creto te na momento di e premionan.

Esnan cu a worde honra den Clase
I di ideanan tabata J. J. Arrindell,
operator, Process Department — F's.
1000; J. de Cuba, machinist retir, |
Mechanical Department — Fis. 600; |
E. Trimon, levelman, Process De-
partment — Fs. 400, y C. E. Polak,
junior field inspector, Technical Ser-
vice Department — Fils. 200. |

Den Clase II, supervisornan, sais!
dornan di premio tabata L. T. Nor-










ton, foreman, Mechanical Depart-
ment — Fils. 1000, y Capt. J. B. Fer-|
nando, tugmaster, Marine Depart-|
ment — Fs. 500. |

Premionan Inicial

Den algun caso e ideanan ya a re- |
cibi premionan suplemental ademas
di pago inicial. E idea di Sr. Arrin-
dell pa cambia lugar y combina con-
trol houses di low octane y butane
plant a gana pe un premio inicial di|
Fils. 2700 na December 1956. Sr. Tri-
mon a worde paga Fls. 300 na Mei
1956 pa su idea, y a recibi un premio
suplemental na Februari 1957 di Fls.
1750. El a sugeri pa instala un linja|
di fuel oil canto di e pitch line na bur- |
ner header na forno di combination
units.

Historia di e idea di Sr. Polak ta





adopta, ta worde observa cuidadosa-
mente pa futuro valor. Su idea pa me-
hora e aparato cu ta worde usd pa
test nachinan geweldo contra lek-
mento a recibi un premio inicial di
Fls. 50 na November 1956. Un anja
despues, spaarmento cu no a worde
previsto na tempo cu e idea a worde
adopta, a trece pe un premio suple-
mental di Fls. 400, y awor su valor
ta tal cu el a gana un premio mayor.
Otro ideanan honra: Sr. De Cuba
a sugeri un metodo mas eficiente pa
grind valve seals na PCAR. Su pre-
mio inicial na Mei 1956 tabata Fs.
100. Sr. Norton a sugeri pa instala
wege bao discharge header saddles di
compressor na AAR-2, cual lo reduci
mantenecion y tempo for di servicio.
Esaki a gana pe un premio inicial di
Fls. 300 y un premio suplemental di
Fls. 500. E idea di Capt. Fernando ta-
bata pa traha un dolphin na entrada
di haaf pa uso di remolcadornan cu ta
trata cu bapornan cu ta drenta den
un manera mas eficiente y seguro a
worde acepta na December 1956.
Como algo nobo den e presenta-
cionnan e anja aki, cada homber a re-
cibi tambe un gespo di faha di plata
cu nan letranan di nomber ariba co-

mo un recuerdo permanente di e oca-|

sion. Tambe tabata di promer vez cu
tur dos clase di ganadornan a recibi
nan premio na mes tempo.

April 9 and 10.

In order of company service, the)

candidates for the two vacant non-
Netherlander seats are J. M. Hodge,
assistant operator, Process-C&LE,
|20 years, seven months; H. Croes,
| typist, Mechanical - Administration,
12 years, seven months; C. Geerman,
process helper, Process-C&LE, 10
years, seven months; G. A. Henri-
quez, pipefitter helper, Mechanical-
Pipe, seven years, nine months; M.
Pieters, statistical typist, Account-
ing-Service, seven years, four
months; L. B. Petrocchi, material
dispatcher, Mechanical - Storehouse,
six years, 10 months, and M. A. Bis-
lick, junior distribution clerk,
counting-Material, year,
months.

Mr.
tion.

Both the primary and the final will
be booth type elections. Thirteen
polling places will be set up through
the concession, and will be open each
voting day from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m.

one nine

Hodge is running for re-elec-

Election headquarters will be in
the SPAC office.

Chairman of the election board is
R. E. Frank, and serving with him

are G. E. Roos and C. Vrolijk.





Ae partment

since capital award winners’ identi-
ties are generally kept secret right
up to the minute of the awards.

Honored in the Class I group of
suggesters were J. J. Arrindell, ope-
rator, Process Department — Fils.
1000; J. De Cuba, retired machinist,
Mechanical Department — Fs. 600;
E. Trimon, levelman, Process De-
partment, — Fils. 400, and C. E. Po-
lak, junior field inspector, Technical
Service Department, — Fs. 200.

In Class II, supervisors, capital
award winners were L. T. Norton,
foreman, Machinist, Mechanical De-
partment Fis. 1000, and Capt. J-
B. Fernando, tugmaster, Marine De-
— Fls. 500.



Initial Awards

In some cases these ideas had al-
ready received supplemental awards
in addition to the initial payment,
I Arrindell’s idea to relocate and
combine the low octane and butane
plant control houses earned him an
initial award of Fls. 2700 in Decem-
ber, 1956. Mr. Trimon was paid Fs.
300 in May, 1956 for his idea, and re-
ceived a supplemental award in Fe-
bruary, 1957 of Fls. 1750. He had sug-
gested installing a fuel oil line along-
side the pitch line at burner header
at combination unit furnaces.

|strates how a suggestion, once adopt-
/ed, is carefully observed for future
value. His idea to improve the equip-
ment used to test welded seams for
leaks received an initial award of
Fls. 50 in November, 1956. A year
later, savings that were not foreseen
|at the time of adoption brought him
a supplemental award of Fis. 400,
and now its value is such that it earn-
ed a capital award.

Other ideas honored: Mr. De Cuba
suggested a more efficient technique
to grind valve seals at PCAR. His
|initial award in May, 1956, was Fls.
1000. Mr. Norton suggested install-
ing wedges under dicharge header
|saddles of compressors at AAR-2,
{which reduced maintenance and
|downtime. It earned for him an ini-
tial award of Fls. 300 and a supple-
mental award of Fls. 500. Capt. Fer-
nando’s idea was to build a dolphin
in the harbor entrance for use of
tugs handling inbound ships in a
|more efficient and safer manner was
accepted in December, 1956. His
|award then was Fils. 700.

As an innovation in the presenta-
tions this year, each man also re-
ceived an initialed silver belt buckle
as a permanent reminder of the
event. It was also the first time that
both classes of suggesters received
awards at the same time.







ne aaa sD an en ee







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cWSs





Aruba Ess NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
ANTILLES, BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Aruba Drukkerij N.V., Neth. Ant.



Safety Achievement Honored |

STANDARD O1L COMPANY

(Incomromaren i New Junssy)



30 ROCKEFELLER PLaza
New York 20,N-Y.

AT. Prouprit

March 4, 1958

Mr. Odis Mingus,
Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.,
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles.

Dear Odis:

I was very much pleased to learn that your
employees established in 1957 the best safety record of any
year in the twenty-nine year history of Lago Refinery. This
is a particularly creditable performance since Lago employees
had already attained a very high rank in safety among the free
world's petroleum refineries in previous years.

You and your whole organization can feel
justly proud of this splendid achievement. Please extend my

sincere congratulations to all your employees for their con-
tinuing effort to maintain such a fine safety record.

Sincerely yours,

AT Caan

Acomplicemento Seguridad



STANDARD OIL COMPANY
REFINING COORDINATION DEPARTMENT
30 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, NEW YORK 20, N. Y.

March 3, 1958

Safety Kecord - Aruba
Airmail No. 726 a

Mr. Odis Mingus, President
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles

Dear Mr. Mingus:

Through the ARUBA ESSU NEWS of March lst I have just learned that Lago
has again won the National Safety Contest for a refinery of its size.

This is indeed a signal honor and one in which every Lago employee can
take great pride.

The Lago safety record over the past few years has been a fine one.
This year, however, with a frequency rate of 0.61 and a build-up of
over 6,5 million accident free manhours in one stretch of 180 days
sets up a real record,

The National Safety Council Contest is a very worthy competition and
one which it is of course a great satisfaction to win. Back of this
though is the even greater satisfaction of a job well done where the
Lee and suffering following accidents has been reduced to an all time
OW.

Please accept my congratulations to the Lago organization and best wishes
for an even better record in the future.

Very truly yours,

e.g. Komny



TWO LETTERS congratulating Lago and its employees on the top safety
performance last year were received from New York recently. Reflecting
organizational pride in the achievement, the letters were from A. T. Proud-

fit, a director of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) and C. E. Lanning,
Lago vice president in Jersey’s Refining Coordination Department.
DOS CARTA felicitando Lago y su empleadonan pa motibo di su excelente
actuacion di seguridad anja pasa a worde recibi recientemente for di New
York. Reflehando orguyo di e organizacion den e acomplecimento, e carta-
nan tabata di A. T. Proudfit, un director di Standard Oil Company (New
Jersey) y C. E. Lanning, vice presidente di Lago den Refining Coordina-
tion Department di Jersey.



Three Promoted
In Process- Utilities

Three promotions in Process-Util-
ities are effective this month. W. R.
Moore was named shift foreman,
Utility Zone 2, and V. A. Baird and
J. W. Farrell were advanced to as-|
sistant shift foremen

Mr. Moore’s Lago career began in
December, 1938 when he started work



V. A. Baird
as apprentice ope-
rator in LOF. He
moved to Utilities
in a few months,
and became an
operator there in
December, 1941. |
In August, 1945 he
was made _assist-
ant shift foreman.

W. R. Moore



Mr. Baird has
spent all of his
nearly 30 vears of

J. W. Farrell company — service,
in Utilities. Starting in December, |

1928 as fireman in the powerhouse,
he served subsequently as process
helper, controlman, oiler, and opera-|
tor helper. In September, 1941 he was
promoted to assistant operator, and
to operator in December, 1945.
Beginning as a stevedore in the}
| Yard Department in May, 1928, Mr.|
Farrell moved to Utilities in 1931.
The jobs he has held there include
winchman, fireman helper, process
|helper, controlman and operator help-
er. In August, 1940 he was promoted
to assistant operator, and was ad-
vanced to operator in October, 1948.

Subryan Retires
‘From Storehouse

| KE. O. Subryan, head requistion
| clerk in the Storehouse, has left Aru-
ba preceding his retirement Aug. 1 |
He will have over
21 years of service
his effective |





on
date.
Beginning work
in April, 1937 as
apprentice clerk
\ in Mechanical-
Carpenter, he was
promoted in 1940
to Junior Clerk,
and transferred
the next year to
the storehouse. He
materials control



3}

| :

| E.D. Subryan
| was promoted to
\clerk in June, 1942, and was named

head requisition clerk in April, 1946
He is a native of British Guiana

Jersey Ta Forma
‘Afiliado Nobo

‘Pa Experimentacion

Standard Oil Company (New Jer-
sey) a anuncia formacion di un afi-
liado nobo di experimentacion pa pro- |
duccion pa dirigi su actividadnan di
experimentacion geophy-
sico y di produccion, cual previamen- |
te tabata worde haci segun contract
|door di Carter Oil Company
E afiliado nobo, cual lo ta conoci
Production Research
Carter Re-
awor ta na

patentnan

geologico,

como Jersey
Company, lo tuma over
Laboratories cu
Oklahoma. Tur
stente, procesonan y combenionan
produc-

search





relacionaé cu exploracion y
|cion lo worde encarga na e compania
nobo,

Jersey Standard a bisa cu forma-
cion di e afiliado nobo a worde dicta
door di e aumenta grandi den crece-
mento y importancia pa e compania
|y e industria di actividadnan di ex-
perimentacion di produccion

Esfuerzonan di e compania
lo worde dirigi den direccion di des
royo di metodonan mas eficiente y
economico di haya y produci azeta y
coordinacion di tal trabao cu afilia-
|donan di Jersey aki y pafor

nobo



e

30 Share Fls. 1620.

Two s





L. G. Jara2s, Me

in supplemental for
to improve the
strainers.

The complete list follows:

his suggestion
seating on elliot

Accounting
F. Hernandez Fls. 30
Miss E. Williamson Fls. 20
Executive
D. Tromp Fls. 50

TSD. Combine forms PR-267, PR-
269 and PR-269 into one form.
Gen. Serv.

S. A. Wolff Fls. 60
Gen. Serv.-Lago Com. Blind the
opening which combined Lago Com-



‘y office with Wholesale.



D. N. Solomon Fls. 35
Marine
M. A. Winklaar Fls. 40
Mechanical
Admin.

. P. Viapree Fis. 30
W. E. Ruiz Fils. 20
T. P. Viapree Fis. 10
). C. Martis Fls. 10

Carpenter
R. Wout Fis. 25
Electrical |
emeleer Fis. 25]
Instrument |
J. L. Grovell Fls.30
Machinist
J. B, de Cuba Fis. 250/|

(supplemental)

Mech-Machine. Improve seating
elliot strainers.
Metal Trades :

W. J. E. Wilson Fls. 20
Pipe

W. A. Koopman Fls. 30
Yard

L. G. James Fls. 510

(supplemental)

Mech.-Garage. Improvement to the
shoes of the road sweeper.



J. R. Koolman Fls. 30
Process =
C&LE
J. E. Francis Fis. 40
I. A. Steele Fls 20
Cracking
L. Martines 2 @ Fis. 25



S. B. Francis Fls

Subryan ta Retira
For di Storehouse

E. O. Subryan,
clerk na Aruba
precediendo su pensionamento Aug
1. Ariba e fecha efectivo el lo tin mas
cu 21 anja di servicio

20

head requisition

Storehouse, a laga



1940 pa junior clerk, y e_ siguiente
anja el a transferi pa storehouse. El
a worde promovi pa materials control
clerk na Juni 1942, y a worde nom-
bra head requisition clerk na April
1946. El ta nativo di British Guiana





SURROUNDED BY members of the Government pilot se
Marine Department, Johan Wever, left foreground, is ¢
his quarter-century of government service by Harbormast
Mr. Wever, a pilot boat driver, has spent his career
in San Nicolas.
RONDONA DOOR di miembronan di servicio di loods di gobierno y di
Marine Department di Lago, Johan Wever, robez adilanti, ta worde felicita
cu su cuarto siglo di servicio door di Havenmeester A. Lastdrager. Sr.
un stuurman di boto di loods, a pasa su carera trahando den haaf di
San Nicolas.

ver,



| membership on the board to 15.

|in civil engineering. He began work
| as a roustabout for Carter Oil Com-

Cuminzando na April 1937 como |
apprentice clerk den Mechanical-
| Carpenter, el a worde promovi na





March 29, 1958

Two Supplemental Awards
Lead February CYI Winners |

c pplemental awards, totaling Fls. 760, and proving that ideas
remain good, formed the backbone of the February Coin Your Idea
awards. Ticre wer> 30 recipents of CYI checks, worth Fls. 1620.

nical-Garage earned Fls. 510 for his improvement
to the shoes of the road sweeper, and J. B. De Cuba picked up Fls. 250



LOF
D. Marquez Fils. 30
| E. F Lo Fils. 25
Rec. & Ship. |
P. L. E. Hodge Fis. 60 |'



P-Rec, Ship. Install escape lad-
der at dock foreman’s office.

J. van Dinter Fls. 40
Tech. Serv
Eng.
R. Carty Fis. 50
Mech.-Yard. Additional road im-

provement south of Gate No. 8.
Lab. No. 1

F. Ras Fls. 30

Jersey Nominates |

Wright For Board

M. A. Wright, coordinator
world-wide producing

of
activities for

Standard Oil Company (New Jer-
sey), has been designated a candi-
date for election to the company’s

board of directors. This will increase

Mr. Wright has been in the oil busi-
ness since his graduation from Okla-
homa A. & M. College with a degree

pany- In 1943, after working in vari-
ous engineering posts for Carter, he
was named chief petroleum engineer.
A year later he was assistant man-
ager of the production department.
He moved in 1946 to Jersey Stan-
dard as executive assistant in the
producing coordination department.
Between then and 1954 he was de-
puty coordinator of producing opera-
tions for Jersey, executive vice pre-
sident of International Petroleum
Corp. and executive vice president of
Carter. He was named to his present



post in 1954.

G. G. Corrington

G. G. Corrington, assistant shift
foreman, Process-C&LE, died
March 15. A native of the U. S.,

Mr. Corrington had over 30 years
of Lago service at the time of his
death. He is survived by his widow
and one child.

G. G. Corrington

G. G. Corrington, assistant shift
foreman, Process-C&LE, a muri
Maart 15. Un nativo di Estados
Unidos, Sr. Corrington tabatin
mas di 30 anja di servicio cu Lago
na tempo di su morto. El 1



atras su viuda y un yiu

\
t

rvice and Lago’s



ngratulated on
A, Lastdrager.
in the harbor service

We-







March 29, 1958

E



Griffin, who last month got one of his own, and Juan R. Koolman, fc: 2man,

Mechanical-Yard, who had just received this one.
EXAMINANDO E eertificado cu ta representa 30 anja di servicio ta F. E.
Griffin, kende luna pasa a haya un di su mes, y Juan R. Koolman, foreman,

Mechanical-Yard, kende a caba di recibi esun aki.




CONRAD SIMON of the Pipe

i

Gs



|
|

Shop accepts his certificate and emblem of
30 years of service from Executive Vice President F. E. Griffin at the
Management Staff meeting of March 4,

CONRAD SIMON di Pipe Shop ta acepta su certificado y emblema di 30
anja di servicio for di Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F. E. Griffin na reunion
di Management Staff Maart 4.

Empleadonan Honra Pa
Servicio Largo na Lago

Cuatro empleado cu 30 anja di ser-
vicio a recibi e emblemanan di ser-
vicio largo den ceremonianan cu a
tuma lugar den ultimo dos siman,

Juan R. Koolman, foreman, Mecha-
nical-Yard, a recibi certificado y em-
blema for di Vice Presidente F. E.
Griffin Feb. 28. H. W. Humphrey, pro-
cess foreman, tambe a recibi di dje
for di Sr. Griffin Maart 5. Conrad
Simon a completa 30 anja di servicio
Maart 5, y a worde honra pa esey den
Management Staff, y P. J. Bakker a

Jersey Ta Nombra
Wright den Directiva

M. A. Wright, coordinator di acti-
vidadnan di produccion den mundo
pa Standard Oil Company (New Jer-
sey) a worde designa como candidato
pa eleccion den junta di directiva di
e compania.

Sr. Wright tabata den negoshi di
azeta desde su graduacion di Oklaho-
ma A. & M. College cu un grado den
civil engineering. El a cuminza traha
pa Carter Oil Company promer.

Na 1946 el a pasa pa Jersey Stan-
dard como executive assistant den
producing coordination department.
Entre e tempo y 1954 el tabata de-
puty coordinator di operacionnan di
produccion pa Jersey, vice presidente
ehecutivo di International Petroleum
Corp. y vice presidente ehecutivo di
Carter. Na 1954 el a worde nombré
den su posicion actual.



completa e marca di servicio largo
aki Maart 25,

Sr. Koolman a cuminza su servicio
na Februari 1928 den Labor Depart-
ment, y a traha den ocupacionnan
manera tractor operator, track-walk-
er, chofer, chofer di locomotief,
tradesman y corporal. El a traha den
Building & Maintenance Department
den anjanan 1939-44, y a bolbe Yard
Department. Su 30 anja di servicio
a worde alcanza sin ningun ausencia
deductible.

Promer cu el a bini Lago na No-
vember 1930, Sr. Humphreys tabatin
cuatro anja di servicio cu Standard
Oil Company (Indiana), Su promer
trabao na Aruba tabata refinery ap-
prentice na Process-Acid & Edel. Na
1932 el tabata operator, y despues,
tradesman. El a worde promovi pa
shift foreman Juli 1, 1939, y pa pro-
cess foreman na Januari 1952.

Sr. Simon, kende a cuminza traha
na Februari 1928 a traha dos anja na
dry dock, El a transferi pa Mechani-
cal-Pipe na Maart 1930, y for di e
tempo el a keda ey, Su ocupacion ac-
tual ta pipefitter A, y el tin 49 anja
di edad.

Sr. Bakker a recibi su emblemanan
den un ceremonia special den Ac-
counting Department Maart 25. Su
promer trabao cu Lago tabata den
Stores Department, cuminzando
Maart 26, 1928. Na Mei 1929 el a pa-
sa pa Accounting Department unda
awor el ta customs clerk. Su servicio
no tin ausencianan deductible.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS







BROAD SMILES and congratulations greet the entry of Harold W. Hum-
phreys, left, into the ranks of 30-year men. He is process foreman. With
him are R. C. Baum, center, and K. E. Springer.

SONRISA GRANDI y felicitacion ta acompanja entrada di Harold W.
Humphreys, robez, den fila di hombernan cu 30 anja di servicio. El ta pro-
cess foreman. Hunto cu ne ta R. C. Baum, centro, y K. E. Springer.

30- Year Men Honored

For Long Lago Service

Four 30-year employees received the emblems of long service in a

|series of award cerernonies in the
|



Humphrey, process foreman, also





‘Siete Empleado
Ta Candidato Pa

| Eleeeion di SPAC

Siete empleado a anuncia nan can-
didatura pa eleccion di Special Pro-
blems Advisory Committee. E elec-
cion primario lo tuma lugar April 2
y 3, e final April 9 y 10.

Segun cantidad di servicio cu com-
pania, e candidatonan pa e dos pues-
tonan Holandes vacante ta J. M.
Hodge, assistant operator, Process-
C&LE, 20 anja, siete luna; H. Croes,
typist, Mechanical - Administration,
12 anja, siete luna; C. Geerman, pro-
cess helper, Process-C&LE, 10 anja,
siete luna; G. A. Henriquez, pipefit-
ter helper, Mechanical-Pipe, siete an-
ja, nuebe luna; M. Pieters, statistical
typist, Accounting-Service, siete an-
ja, cuatro luna; L. B. Petrocchi, ma-
terial dispatcher, Mechanical-Store-
house, seis anja, 10 luna, y M. A. Bis-
lick, junior distribution clerk, Ac-
counting-Material, un anja, nuebe
luna.

Sr Hodge ta corre pa re-eleccion.

Presidente di e junta electoral ta
R E. Frank, y hunto cu ne ta G. V.
Roos y C. Vrolijk.

New Arrivals







March 6
TROMP, Leandro S. - Mech. Machine; A
son, Hum y Leandro
CHRISTIAA Hyacintho B, - TSD Pro-



A son,, Victorino Jacinto

JAC Reynold ©. - Public Relations; A
daughter, Lona Alida
March 7

QUANT, Mario - Lago Comm.; A son, Tho-
mas Roberto
March 9
MADURO, Jacobo - TSD Eng.; A daughter,
Lucrecia Catharina
Mare’
BROWN, Albert E.
daughter, Frescavena
March





Dining Hall; A
lyn




12
LD, Donald L. - TSD Process; A
Eric Rolf

March 13

STAHLF:
son,

PEREZ, Vicente L. - M
daughter, Lourdes Ber
HADAWAY, Owen - Rec
Wayne Milton Anthony
March 14
NEDD, Earlin - Esso Dining Hall; A son,
Alberto Alfonso
FARO, Dominico T. - Mech. Boiler; A son,
Ivan Alexander
HAZLEWOOD, Jemmott EE. - Mech. Store-
house; A daughter, Margaret Suzette
March 15
ILLIS, Claudio A. - Mech.
daughter, Nereida Felicia
KELLY, Cristobal - Mech.
daughter, Swinda Olivia
McKENZIE, Augustus L.
daughter, Rose Isabel
March 16



Machine; A
ta
hip.; A son,




Electrical; A

Carpenter; A



- Utilities; A



BRIESEN, Benedicto - Mech. Garage;
son , Michael
March 17
FLANDERS,, Ambrocius A. G. - Mech.
Garage; A son, Gabriel Ambrosio

A

Juan R. Koolman, foreman, Mechanical-Yard,
and emblem from Executive Vice President F. E. Griffin Feb. 28. H. W.

past two weeks.
received certificate

got his from Mr. Griffin March 5.
Conrad Simon completed 30 years of
service March 5, and was honored
for it in Management Staff, and P. J.
Bakker rounded out his long service
March 25.

Mr. Koolman began his service in
February, 1928 in the Labor Depart-
ment, and worked in such jobs as
tractor operator, track-walker, driv-
er, locomotive driver, tradesman and
corporal. He worked in the Building
and Maintenance Department for
some years and returned to the Yard
Department in 1944. His 30 years of
service have been reached without a
deductible absence.

Before coming to Lago in Novem-
ber, 1930, Mr. Humphreys had four
years of service with Standard Oil
Company (Indiana). His first Aruba
job was refinery apprentice in Pro-
cess-Acid & Edel. In 1932 he was ope-
rator, and later, tradesman. He was
promoted to shift foreman July 1,
1939, and to process foreman in Ja-
nuary, 1952.

Mr. Simon, who began work in Fe-
bruary, 1928, worked for two years
at the dry dock. He transferred to
Mechanical-Pipe in March, 1930, and
he has remained there ever since. His
present occupation is pipefitter A,
and he is 49 years old.

Mr. Bakker received his service
awards in a special Accounting De-
partment ceremony March 25. His
first job with Lago was the Stores
Department, beginning March 26,
1928. In May, 1929 he moved over to
the Accounting Department where he
is now customs clerk. His service has
no deductible absences.

tirement luncheon with friends and





Tres Promovi
Den Process-Utilities

Tres promocion den Process-Utili-
ties ta bira efectivo e luna aki. W. R.
Morre a worde nombra shift fore-
man, Utility Zone 2, y V. A. Baird y
|J. W. Farrell a worde avanzada pa as-
sistant shift foreman.

Carera di Sr. Moore cu Lago a cu-
minza na December 1938 tempo cu el
a cuminza como apprentice operator
na LOF. El a pasa pa Utilities dentro
di algun luna, y a bira operator aya
na December 1941. Na Augustus 1945
el a bira assistant shift foreman.

Sr. Baird a pasa casi tur su 30 an-
ja di servicio cu compania den Utili-
ties. Cuminzando na December 1928
como fireman den powerhouse, el a
traha subsequentemente como pro-
cess helper, controlman, oiler, y ope-
rator helper. Na September 1941 el a
worde promovi pa assistant operator,
y pa operator na December 1945.

Cuminzando como stevedore den
Yard Department na Mei 1928, Sr.
Farrel a pasa pa Utilities na 1931. E
ocupacionnan di aya ta inclui winch-
man, fireman helper, process helper,
controlman y operator helper, Na
Augustus 1940 el a worde promovi pa
assistant operator, y a worde avanza
pa operator na October 1948.

SERVICE AWARDS

30-Year Buttons



Juan R. Koolman Mech.-Yard
H. W. Humphreys Process
Conrad Simon Mech.-Pipe
P. J. Bakker Acctg.

20-Year Buttons
Bernard Williams Proc.-C&LE
Eugene L. Sjaw A. Kian Proc.-C&LE
Jack D, Alexander Proc.-C&LE
Aloicio P. yan Vuurden = Proc.C&LE
Edward A. Withfield Proc.-Utilities

Juan S. Solognier Mech.-Pipe
Lionel A. Asin Mech.-Boiler
Inocencio Croes Mech.-Pipe

Jacques R. Lo Fo Sang Mech.-Boiler
Lawson Moore Mech.-Machinist
Guillaume A. Aarndell Mech.-Garage
Jules A, Abrahams Mech.-Storehouse
Ridley Andrews Gen. Serv.-Stewards
Godfrey E. Cornet Gen. Serv.-Maint.
& Serv.
Gen. Serv.-
Commissary
Marine-Harbor
Floating Equipm.

John C. L. Richardson

John A. Smith

Herbert Davidson Ind. Rel.
Felix S. Coronel Medical
Alejandrino Maduro TSD-Lab

Dirk van der Linden TSD-Engineer-
ing

Thomas V. Malcolm Esso Research
& Engineering

Johan D. Schendstok Medical

10-Year Buttons

Leonard F. Mellow Gen, Sery.-Maint. &

Serv.
Alfred B. Th. Milton Gen. Sery.-Dining

Hall
Louis Th. Dunfries Gen. Serv.-Crafts
Gilberto Paesch Yard
Max E. Emanuels Electrical
Alfred G. Williams Carpenter
Venancio Croes Pipe
Limburg A. Leonard Machinist
Concepcion Ras Blacksmith
Gustavo M. Stephania Pipe
Charles 1. Dinzey OF





James $. Branham
Robert E. Boyack
Allan T. Willis
Herre Oppenhuizen
Carl F. Halusa
Pablo A. Croes
Dorothy B. Lau

achinist
-Admin.
Mech.-Storehouse
Lago Police
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting





ae
~

ERIC SOBRYAN, closing out a Lago career of nearly 21 years, has a re-

Storehouse supervisors. From left,

W. L. Baker, G. Lawrence. Mr. Sobryan, W. H. Harth, K. Soobrian, A.
Medera and J. M. Adams.

ERIC SOBRYAN, cerrando un careda na Lago di casi 30 anja, tin un

comemento di despedida cu amigonan y superyisornan di Storehouse. Di

robez, W. L. Baker, G. Lawrence, Mr.

Sobryan, W. H. Harth, K. Soobrian,

A. Medera y J. M. Adams.



ETTA WILLIAMSON

The waning years of the 19th century provided
the people of the United States with a period as
frivolous and fun-loving as perhaps any era dur-
ing the country’s young, carefree and sometimes
violent history. They are affectionately recalled
as the "Gay Nineties” — and gay they were
those years from 1890 to 1900. It marked the
end of a century during which a new and grow-
ing country had been exploited by adventurers,
pioneers, industrial and financial moguls;
fought over by soldiers, land-owners, ranchers,
cowboys and indians. The country was growing;
it had emerged from the rough and tumble trials
of exploration and settlement and was now
ready to develop a lighter side of its peoples’
culture. It came forth strongly, and quite boist-
erously, in song and dance. Music halls across
the country rang with degrees of music — in
both volume and quality — while people sang
and danced, rejoiced or cried with lilting so-
pranos, and doubled up with laughter at the
antics of minstrel comics. To bring back those

BILL CASEY

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

BEA SHAVER

days of old, if only for a night or two, is the
ambitious endeavor of theatre groups the coun-
try over. To bring back a dash of the ’’Gay Nine-
ties’ was the object in mind when Ev Biddle of
the Medical Department assembled cast, cost-
umes and comics for the showing of "Hoop
Skirts and Bustles.’’ He succeeded. The Nineties
were relived in song, dance, fun and dress —
spangled and bustled, but all beautiful — the
nights of March 5 and 6. A cast of over 100 per-
sons lent their talents in song, instrumentation,
antics and dance. The Gay Nineties chorus alone
was composed of 41 voices directed by Jan Koul-
man. Behind the scenes were those who assisted
in sound, staging, direction, make-up and cost-
uming. All of it ran the gamut of those fabulous
years from the efforts of the very proper chan-
teuse lamenting the plight of her vainglorious
brother done in by his own vanity (and naughty
women) to the racy jokes of breezy comics and
high kicks of leggy Can-Can girls. Many of the
performers are shown in these pictures.

DEAN THOMPSON

March 29, 1958

ea nD

EILEEN TURNER

MUCH ACTION takes place behind the scenes during
intermission. With flickering stage lights throwing
eerie shadows, actors and actresses gather about to
talk, compliment, advise, prepare for the second half
and, in some cases, re-do make-up that may have been
too heavy, perhaps too light. Coverage of a show
wouldn’t be complete without the bright on-stage
shots and these glances behind the curtain.

BARBARA MALCOLM and ANN ORR









ARUBA ESSO NEWS

March 29, 1958











EMALIE JANSON

E anjanan conclusivo di siglo 19 a furni hen-
denan di Estados Unidos un periodo mes alegre
cu podiser cualkier otro era den historia hoben,
sin dificultad y a la vez violente di e pais. Nan
ta worde afeccionadamente recordé como "Gay
Nineties’ — y en realidad nan tabata “alegre”
e anjanan for di 1890 pa 1900. Nan tabata mar-
ca fin di un siglo durante cual un pais nobo y
creciente a worde explota door di aventurero,
pionero, gigantenan industrial y financiero;
bringa door di solda,, donjonan di terra, ranche-
ro, cowboy y indionan. E pais tabata crece; el a
sali for di e pruebanan duro di exploracion y es-
tablecemento y awor tabata cla pa desaroya un
banda mas liher di e cultura die hendenan. El a
bini ariba cu fortaleza, den canto y baile. Sala-
nan di musica den henter e pais tabata rezona
cu musica — tanto den cantidad como calidad —
mientras hendenan tabata canta y baile, alegra
of lamenta hunto cu sopranonan, y hari barica
yen pa kenshinan di comiconan. Pa bolbe trece



HOPI ACCION ta tuma lugar tras di enscena durante
e pauze. Cu luznan brillante di teatra bentando som-
branan, actor y actriznan ta reuni pa papia, compli-
menta, conseha, prepara pa e segunda parti y, den al-
gun caso, pa drecha make-up cu por tabata mucho
pisa, podiser mucho liher. Reportaje di un show lo no
ta completo sin e retratonan coloroso ariba enscena-
rio y tambe e vistanan aki tras di cortina.



‘i a 2 sie

.E FREUNDEL DOT JOSEPH and PAT BERGFIELD



JOHN STRITCH

DOTTIE LISOT

e dianan di tempo bieuw, pa solamente un noche
of dos, ta esfuerzo ambicioso di gruponan di tea-
tro den henter e pais. Pa trece un sabor di "Gay
Nineties” tabata obheto den mente di Ev Biddle
di Medical Department, cu su comedia presen-
tando "'Hoeplo, Saya y Busto.” El tabatin exito.
E anjanan a worde rebiba den canto, baile, ale-
gria y bistir — e anochinan di Maart 5 y 6. Un
grupo di mas cu 100 persona a presta nan ta-
lento den canto, instrumentacion, kenshi y baile.
E koor di Gay Nineties” solamente tabata con-
sisti di 41 voz bao direccion di Jan Koulman.
Tras di enscena tabatin esnan cu a asisti den zo-
nido, actuacion, direccion, make-up y_ bistir.
Henter e epoca a pasa na revista for di e propio
chanteuse lamentando suerte di un ruman vicia
cu vanidad cu a cai pa su mes vanidad pa e chas-
conan y kenshinan comico y baile di can-can.
Hopi di e actuadornan ta worde munstra den e
retratonan adhunto den nan actonan durante
dos anochi pa un audencia masha grandi.





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Early Colony Endured Hard Struggles

When Queen Elizabeth II visited the U. S. last year she paid tribute
to the memory of 104 adventurers who left London 350 years ago. These
men, sent by the Virginia Company of London, founded the first per-
manent English settlement in the New World.

As a group, those colonists were ill-fitted for life in a pioneer com-



munity, much less for building a col-
ony or founding a new nation.

Records show there were 12 labor- |

ers, a few carpenters, a tailor, a bar-
ber, a mason, a blacksmith and a

clergyman. There were also more
than 50 who styled themselves
“gentlemen,” who were shiftless,

idle men, without an occupation. Al-
though some had helped finance the
venture, all had come along for what
adventure and fun they might find.
Their three tiny ships - the Susan
Constant, the Godspeed and the Dis-
covery - had been tossed about by
winter storms on the Atlantic for
about four months and the weary
travelers had drifted about for near-
ly another month before they select-
gd the site for their new home.
Finally, in May of 1607, they moor-
ed their ships to trees on the broad
bank of a river. They named it '’The
James” for their king and the two
projecting points of the bay became

Cape Henry and Cape Charles, for
his two sons.
The site they selected, about 30

miles up the river, had a fine deep
harbor and was easy to defend. Al-
though the isthmus to the mainland
wasn’t washed out until about a cen-
tury later, they called their site
"Jamestown Island.’

But they failed to think that the
low swampy land might be unhealth-
ful or that the water supply might
not be good. And so in less than six
months about half the group were
buried in wilderness graves.

While the Indians were generally
friendly at first, the colonists lived in
continual fear of attack. They had
arrived too late to plant spring crops,



Nice athys Roosevelt /



IN 1903 PRESIPENT TEDDY
ROOSEVELT ESTABLISHED
THE FIAST BIRD REFUGE
AT PELICAN ISLAND;
IN THE INDIAN
RIVER IN

FLORIDA.



Fee LR
THE BLUE JAY'S



HABIT OF ROBBING THE NESTS OF

OTHERK BIRDS HAVE MADE HIM THOR-

OUGHLY FEARED AND HATED IN RE-
SPECTABLE BIRD SOCIETY.

Kovels’,

CANNIBALISTIC = MILKIN SOLIDI-



|
|so food was scarce.

| their share of the work necessary to
|keep the communal colony function-
ing. There was also continual wrang-
ling for leadership.

It was then that Captain John
Smith showed his ability as a leader
and became governor. Many times
when the colonists were on the verge
of starvation, he personally made
trips to nearby Indian villages to buy
or beg supplies. He also succeeded in
getting all the men to work.

Under his sometimes harsh but
firm management, many necessary
projects were completed and the col-
ony prospered. In fact, he was prob-
ably the only one of the group who
realized that the new country’s
wealth wasn’t gold and silver but its
forests and rich lands. Consequently,
he planted wheat on lands outside
the fort, started a glass factory and
shipped loads of logs back to Eng-
land.

When Smith returned to England
after an accident, so many died from
hunger and disease that the winter
of 1609-10 is known as the "'starving
time.’”’ And it was only the timely ar-
rival of the new governor with fresh
supplies of men and food which pre-

would grow luxuriantly in Virginia,
the colonists finally had a staple
|commodity which assured them of
economic success. Plantations ex-
|panded along the coast as new sett-
jlers came, into areas called New
Towne and Middle Plantation.

















~~" LAPLANDERS KEEP

FIED CHUNKS AND

SIBERIANS BUY

FROZEN MILK |
BY THE
LOAF.

Many of the men didn’t want to do |

vented complete abandonment of
Jamestown.
When they found that tobacco |



Since the location of Jamestown
was so unhealthful there was talk of
abandoning it. But it was not until
1698, when a second disastrous fire
all but wiped out Jamestown proper,
that its “records were moved to
| Middle Plantation, 7 miles away-

The site of Jamestown reverted
then (o plantations. For many years
the only visible sign of this once
thriving community was the old, ivy
covered church tower and a few
crumbling grave markers.

The tower is part of the building
erected in 1639. Its three-foot-thick
walls have stood up under more than
three centuries of wind, rain
war's destructive forces. Well above
standing height, peep holes - wide on
the inside but narrowed to slits on
the outer side of the thick walls -
enabled thoes first white settlers to
defend themselves successfully
against their fickle Indian neighbors
who were friends one day and savage
maniacs the next.

Today the peaceful countryside
tells no tales of the struggle and
| hardship endured by these men who
|earved out a way of life which the
/rest of the world envies today.

|
|

A crew had completed the drilling
of an oil well in Oklahoma. Two of
the crew were swabbing.

Suddenly there was an explosion.
spark from an electric motor had
jignited gas from the well. |
Flames enveloped the two men who
|were swabbing. Shrieking in pain
and terror, the two men leaped away
from the flames. The rest of the
crew pounced on them and wrapped
them tightly in canvas, smothering
| the flames and saving their lives.

| To some, drilling for oil is a thrill-
ing and glamorous business. In real-
ity, it often is hard work, and hazard-
ous. |
| But there is a certain fascination
in probing the earth to what
treasures it contains.

Will there be oil or will it be an-
other costly dry hole?

How thick will the oil formation
be? What will be the gravity of the
oil? Will it be a flowing well?
| Only the drill bit can answer these
}and other questions. For oil is where
you find it. |

lA

see

Pools of oil began forming ages
ago. Ancient seas rolled over the

land, eventually subsided, and years
|later returned, And every time there
|was a flood, sediment was deposited.
| Various formations laid
|down. Some the limestone and
sand formations were porous enough
to hold oil.

Oil is thought to be decayed
mal matter or a combination of de-
cayed animal and vegetable matter
Crude oil is a rather thick fluid. Some
oils contain paraffin and some con-
tain asphalt, Oil men sometimes men-
tion oil as being sweet or sour.



were
of

ani-

and |

Our Cars And Ancient Animal

| When the drill bit finally breaks in

\Na Virginia

Wamieetoun Colon

March 29, 1958



y A Sobrevivir

Invierno Indiannan y Hamber

Tempo cu Reina Elizabeth II a bishita Estados Unidos anja pasa el a
|honra memoria di 104 aventurero cu a sali for di Londres 350 anja pasa.
|E hombernan aki, manda door di Virginia Company of London, a funda

|e promer establecimento Ingles de

n Mundo Nobo. Como un grupo, e

| colonistanan aki no tabata bon prepara pa biba den un comunidad pio-

nero, mucho menos pa traha un co-
lonia of funda un nacion nobo.
Cifranan ta munstra cu tabatin 12
peon, algun carpinter, un sastre, un
| barbero, un mesla, un sm!d y un domi.
Ademas tabatin mas cu 50 cu tabata
ealifica nan mes como "caballero,”
kende no tabatin paracion ni ocupa-
cion. Maske algun di nan a yuda pa-
|ga e ventura, tur a bini en busca di
|placer y aventura.
| Nan tras barconan chikito - Susan
Constant, Godspeed y Discovery -
worde ultraha door di horcan di in-
eee ariba Atlantico casi cuatro lu-

a

na largo y e viajeronan fatiga a drief | C4’Sanan grandi

{rond un luna mas promer cu nan a
| selecta e sitio pa nan lugar nobo di
biba.

Por fin, na Mei 1607, nan a mara
}nan bareconan na palonan canto di un
rio. Nan a yame'’le "The James” se-
}gun nan rey y dos puntonan saliente
| di e baai a bira Cape Henry y Cape
Char segun su dos yiunan.





a ee es

pueblonan Indio den cercania pa cum-
pra of pidi alimento. Tambe el a lo-
gra laga tur e hombernan traha.

Bao di su direccion duro pero fir-
me, hopi projectonan necesario a wor-
de completa y e colonia a prospera.
En efecto, probablemente el tabata
e unico di e grupo kende a realiza cu
e rikeza di e pais nobo no tabata oro
y plata pero su mondinan y terranan
fertil. Pesey, el a planta trigo ariba
terrenonan pafor di e forti, el a cu-
minza un fabrica di glas y a barca
di palo pa Ingla-
| terra.

Ora Smith a bolbe Inglaterra des-
pues di un desgracia, asina hopi di
su hendenan a muri di hamber y ma-
leza cu e invierno di 1609-1610 ta co-
noci como "tempo di murimento.” Y
tabata solamente yegada di e gober-
nador nobo net na tempo cu alimento
fresco y hendenan nobo cu a preveni
Jamestown di muri limpi.



E sitio cu nan a selecta, mas of me-



nc
tabatin un bunita haaf hundo y ta-
bata facil pa defende. Maske e istmo
pa continente no a laba afor sino te
un siglo despues, nan a yama e lugar
"Jamestown Island.”

Pero nan no a pensa cu e sitio abao
yen di moeras por ta insanitario of
|cu e awa ey banda no por ta bon. Y
den menos cu seis luna mas cu mitar
di e grupo tabata dera den graf den
mondi.

Mientras e Indionan tabata gene-
|ralmente carinjoso promer ora, e co-



jlonistanan tabata biba den continuo}

miedo di atake. Nan a yega mucho
|laat pa planta, y pesey cuminda ta-
|bata scars.

Hopi di e hombernan no kier a haci
e parti di trabao cu ta toca nan pa
mantene e comunidad. Y tambe con-
|tinuamente tabatin pleito pa manda.

E tempo aki Captain John Smith
a munstra su abilidad como lider y ¢
bira gobernador. Hopi vez mientras
e colonistanan tabata na punto di mu-
ri, el personalmente a haci viaje pa



Some oil bodies lie fairly
as though resigned to thei




sive,
ate.
upon their subterranean slumbers,
the oil has to be coaxed out with a

30 milla pariba canto di e rio, |

Ora nan a descubri cu tabaco ta
| crece na abundancia na Virgina, e co-
| lonistanan por fin a haya un articulo
cu a asegura nan exito economico.

Plantacionnan a extende canto di is-
la segun tabata bini colonistanan no-
| bo y nan tabata yega te New Towne
| y Middle Plantation.

Como e sitio di Jamestown tabata
asina insanitario tabatin idea pa ban-
done'le. Pero no tabata te 1698, tem-
po un candela desastroso ca
trui Jamestown por total, cu su ar-
chivonan a worde hibaé pa Middle

| Plantation, 7 milla mas leuw.





a des-

E sitio di Jamestown mes a worde
ocupa door di plantacion. Hopi anja
largo e unico senjal visible di e comu-





| nidad un tempo prospero tabata e
toren bieuw di misa cubri cu mata
berde y algun marca di graf



E toren ta parti di e edificio erigi
}na 1639. Su murayanan di tres pia
diki a wanta mas cu
biento, yobida y fc destructivo di
guerra. Un poco mas na halto cu un
hende por yega, buraconan - hancho
paden pero delega pafor di e mura

tres siglo di











diki - tabata permiti e colonialista-
nan blanco pa defende nan mes cu
exito contra nan bicinjanan Indian di



mal beis cu un dia tabata amigo y e
otro salvaje enemigo.

Awe e pacifico sitio aki no ta ofre-
ce indicacion di e lucha y miseria
fri door di e hombernan aki cu a es-
tablece un modo di bida cu resto di





pump.



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probing bit of some oil driller breaks
into the prison chamber.

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bursts forth through the opening,
making what is known as a gusher.
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thousands of barrels of oil per day

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parts the

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March 29, 1958



Every spring the New York Yank-
ees are established as the favorite to



win the American League pennant,
and every fall, as expected, they
show up in the World Series. This

year is no exception.

Back almost without exception is
the same lineup that finished 81/2
games in front of the st of the lea-
gue, Missing are the familiar faces of





Je Coleman the great infielder,
and Tommy Byrne, the venerable
pitcher, While it would be folly to
say that Coleman won’t be missed,

Manager Ca



y Stengel, the wizened
genius, has a number of bright-eyed
and bushy-tailed infielders coming up



this ye nd any one of them might
fill the gap: Tom Carroll, and Fritz
Brickell among them.

Ryne Duren and Mark Freeman
seem to be the best bets among the
new pitchers. Duren won 13, lost 2
last year with Denver, and Freeman
was 12-6 with the same club.
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Skowron, .304 last year is back at
first base, Gil McDougald will be at

cond and Tony Kubek at short.
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pe and Richardson. For 1958, it’s the
same old story.

With a veteran pitching staff back-
ed up by newcomers of high promise,
and with a powerful batting attack,
the Yankees will be out to make
mince-meat out of American League
competition, but it won’t be easy

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New York Yankees
Ta Favorito
Atrobe Na 1958

Tur principio di temporada New
York Yankees ta estableci é
favoritonan pa gana e pennant di Li-
ga Americana, y na fin di tur, mane-
ra ta di spera, nan ta presenta den
Serie Mundial. E anja aki no ta un
epcion

Di regreso atrobe casi sin excep-
cion ta e mes line-up cu a termina
8-'/2 wega adilanti di resto di e liga.
snan cu falta ta e caranan familiar
di Jerry Coleman, e gran infielder,
Tommy Byrne, e venerable pitche
Mientras ta cos di loco pa bisa cu
Coleman lo no worde falta, Manager
|Ce ey Stengel, e genio envejecido, tin
algun brillante y hoben infielders ta
|bini ariba e anja aki, y cualkier di
nan por yena e vacature: Tom Car-
|roll y Fritz Brickell entre nan.
| Ryne Duren y Mark Freeman ta
parce di ta e mehor prospectonan en-
tre e pitchernan nobo. Duren a gana
/13, perde dos anja pasa cu Denver, y
|Freeman tabata 12-6 cu e mes club.

Na otro camina tambe e club ta
}munstra potente: Mantle ta worde
reporta den mehor condicion cu nun-
}ca antes, y Berra probablemente ta
bai recuperando despues di un tem-
porada miserable. Hank Bauer ta un
figura fiho den right field, y e left
|fielder probablemente lo ta Norm
Siebern, kende a bati .349 anja pasa
na Denver. Bill Skowron, .304 anja
|pasa ta atrobe na primera base, Gil
| McDougald lo ta na segunda y Tony
Kubek na short. Di tres ta bai entre
| Carey, Lurape y Richardson. Pa 1958,
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There will be baseball in Lago
Sport Park every night (except Sa-
turday and Sunday) from now until
the end of July. Competing will be
15 teams in the A and B Divisions
and three in the Junior Division.

All games will begin at 7:15 p.m.
jand will be called at 10:15. Junior
| Division games will start at 4:45 p.m.
Two leagues make up the A Divi-
|sion, the Lago and the Esso, Teams
in the former are Leones, Los Gigan-
tes, Monterrey, Dodgers and Radar.
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| Giants, Heinekens, Socotoro Stars,
Oranje Boom, and NBC. B Division
teams include Rio Boys, Chicago
White Sox, Three Stones, Bordo
Boys and Babe Ruth. The Junior Di-
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te fin di Juli. Lo tin 15 equipo pa com-
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equipo den division junior.

Tur weganan lo cuminza pa 7:15
p.m. y lo termina 10:15. Weganan di
junior division lo cuminza pa 4:45,

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go y Esso. Equiponan den di promer
ta Leones, Los Gigantes, Monterrey,
Dodgers y Radar. Equiponan di Esso
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nekens, Socotoro Stars, Oranje Boom,
y NBC. Equiponan di Division B ta
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Ruth. E division junior tin San Nico-
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Canadian Rock

Magica di invierno ningun cami-
na ta mas fuerte cu na Canada, un-
da e temporada di nieve tanto den
parti ariba como parti abao ta
ofrece skidornan hopi luz di solo,
hospitalidad y nieve na cantidad.

Ora invierno bini Canada, bishitan-
tenan ta yena na miles na e lugarnan
di recreacion montanjoso di Alberta
y British Columbia — regionnan in-
surpasable pa su naturaleza bunita y
terreno di ski — y e toppinan di seroe
cubri cu nieve di Quebec y Ontario.
pa ski den algun di e regionnan di
deporte invernal mas desaroya na
Norte America.

Nieve, naturalmente ta e ingre-
diente primario pa alegria invernal,
y tin hopi di dje casi tur lugar na Ca-
nada den tempo di invierno.

Ya for di November e Provincia di
Quebec tin nieve como tres duim di-
ki anja tras anja, y pa luna di Fe-
bruari esaki ta aleanza un maximo di
te 30 duim. E ta mantene te 15 duim
medio di Maart.

Na Ontario tambe condicionnan di)
nieve ta consistentemente bon. Has-
ta Toronto, asina cerca di New York
State, ta haya mehor cu 61 duim den
un temporada promedio, y den e re-
gionnan mas norte di e provincia tin
nieve en polvo den henter luna di
Maart.

Canadian Rockies tin un caida di
nieve anual di 130 duim y si bo tin
un vista pa bunita naturaleza, anto
e belleza brillante di e seroenan gi-
gante den e solo invernal no ta worde
surpas4 ningun camina. Hopi tempo
nan ta renombraé como e centro Nor-
te Americano pa ski. Nieve na polvo
ta como 20 pia hundo entre e punto-

nan cubri cu nieve den e vallenan 5 3 . ¥ 3 ee
SKIDORNAN DEN parti occidental di Canada ta haya hopi excitacion

hundo, y trajectonan di ski spectacu- . : 3 ae aces
daneditidon ae ta un generalidad.| den seroenan di Alberta y British Columbia. E enscena ta Tonquin Valley

For di December pa Maart — y den den Jasper National Park, Alberta.
algun region te cerca fin di April —
e zonido di ski por worde tendi na
canto di seroenan di Alberta y Brit-
ish Columbia.

Skimento ta mas popular den e re-
gionnan di recreacion di Canada
Oriental y Occidental, y bishitante-
nan di e anja aki lo contra na tal lu-
garnan manera Banff, entrada pa e
terreno grandi di ski di Alberta cu ta
pasa cientos di milla pa nord di Jas-
per; Mount Revelstoke National
Park, den Selkirk Mountains di Brit-
ish Columbia; Hollyburn Ridge y
Grouse Mountain cerca di Vancouver,
y Forbidden Plateau ariba Vancou-
ver Island pa purba nan abilidad ari-
ba algun di e trajectonan di ski pre-
dilecto di Norte America.

Nan lo bai tambe e famoso Lauren-
tians di Quebec, Montreal, Quebec
City y Lac Beauport. Hopi lo selecta
Ontario, unda Toronto y puntonan
norte como Collingwood, districto
Huntsville, Muskoka, y Orangeville.







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SKIERS IN western Canada find plenty of thrills in the mountains of

Alberta and British Columbia. This scene is the Tonquin Valley in Jasper
National Park, Alberta.

niwaki, Fairy Lake y Ironsides. Ga-
tineaus — un region poco conoci na
skidornan di Estados Unidos ta fa-
cilmente accesible for di capital Ca- |
nades y cantidad di acomodacion di
primera clase ta disponible rond di
e ciudad y su ambiente.

Pero si bo ta tras di e sorto mas
spectacular di skimento na Norte
America, anto bo ta haye’le den e la-
mar occidental di montanja cu ta ke-
da den Alberta y British Columbia.
Banff, un ciudad den montanja den
Bow River Valley, y Jasper na Atha-
basca River ta resortenan durante
henter anja unda aficionadonan di ski
ta reuni na gran cantidad den in-
vierno.

Mount Norquay, halzando ariba
Banff, tin un trajecto na canto di s2-
roe di dos milla cu un caida vertical
di 2,800 pia. Skidornan y mirones ta
worde hiba pa e puntonan mas halto
cu un elevador gigante. For di aki





Canadian Hills di Quebec, cerca di) nan ta bini abao. Ora noche cerra
Ottawa y e fronteranan di Ontario, | floodlights ta cuminza cende, y naj;
ta furni un bon lugar di ski na Camp) banda tin lugar di practica pa tur
Fortune, Kingsmere, Wakefield, Ma- sorto di skidor.



ONE OF the great pleasures of ski-touring in the Canadian Rockies is a
pause for lunch with the glittering splendor of towering snow-covered
peaks as a backdrop.

UN Die placernan grandi di skimento den Canadian Rockies ta un pauze
pa come cu e splendor brillante di cumbrenan di montanja cubri cu nieve
formando un fondo.

HUNDREDS OF miles of ski trails a



ible temptation for a visi




MAYORIA DI e lodgenan di ski na Canada

bec’s Laurentian Mountains provide an almost irresist-
or. In the crisp clear air and
the bright snows is a combination of nature hard to beat.

March 29, 1958

ies Offer Snow, Skiing

Winter's magic is nowhere more compelling than in Canada, where
the snowtime scason in both east and west offers skiers plenty of sun-
shine, hospitality and snow to spare.

When winter comes to Canada, visitors flock by the thousands to the
mountain playgrounds of Alberta and British Columbia — regions un-

surpassed for scenery and spectacul-
ar ski terrain — and to the snow-clad
hills of Quebec and Ontario, to ski
in some of the most highly developed
winter sports regions in North Ame-
rica.

Snow, of course, is the prime ingre-
dient for Winter fun, and there is
plenty of it almost everywhere in
wintertime Canada.

As early as November in the Pro-
vince of Quebec the snow depth is
about three inches year after year,
and reaches a maximum of more than
30 inches in February. It maintains
a 15-inch level even in the middle of
March.

In Ontario,



too, snow conditions

|are consistently good. Even Toronto,

so near to New York State, gets bet-
ter than 61 inches in an avera
son, and in the more northe





n re-

|gions of the province powder snow

is constant through March.
The Canadian Rockies have an an-

nual snowfall of 130 inches and for |

striking scenery, the shining beauty
of th giant mountains towering
in the Winter sun is unsurpassed any-
where They have long been noted as
the North American center of Alpine
skiing. Powder snow lies 20 feet deep
among the rugged snow-clothed
peaks in the deep valleys, and spec-
tacuar two-mile downhill ski courses
commonplace. From December
through March even in some areas
until the end of April the swish of
skis can be heard on the mountain
slopes of Alberta and British Colum-
bia.

Skiing gets top billing in the re-
sort regions of Eastern and Western



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MOST OF Canada’s ski lodges have cabins like this to house visiting skiers

tin cabina manera esaki-.



nd slopes in Que-
rentian Mountains



|Canada, and snowtime visitors this
|year will rendezvous at such places
as Banff, entrance to Alberta’s great
ski playground that ranges hundreds
|of miles north beyond Jasper; Mount
|Revelstoke National Park, in the
| Selkirk Mountains of British Colum-
|bia; Hollyburn Ridge and Grouse
|Mountain near Vancouver, and For-
bidden Plateau on Vancouver Island
to try their skill on some of North
America's finest mountain runs.
They'll head, too, for the famed
Laurentians of Quebec, Montreal,
Quebec City and Lac Beauport near-
|by. Many will choose Ontario, where
| Toronto and points north such as Col-
lingwood, the Huntsville district,
|Muskoka, Orangeville, are favored.
The Gatineau Hills of Quebec, near
Ottawa and the bounderies of Onta-
rio, provide good skiing at Camp For-
tune, Kingsmere, Wakefield, Mani-
waki, Fairy Lake and Ironsides. The
Gatineaus — a region little known to
U.S. skiers is easily accessible
from the Canadian capital and plenty
lof first-class accommodation is avail-
able around the city and its environs.
| The most spectacular brand of
North American skiing, is found in
the western sea of mountains which
lie in Albrta and British Columbia.
Banff, a mountain town in the Bow
River Valley, and Jasper on the Atha-
basca River are both year-round re-
| sort towns and hotbeds





of ski en-
| the asm come winter.
| Mount Norquay, towering above

| Banff, has a two-mile downhill course

with a vertical drop of 2,800 feet
Skiers and spectators are carried to
the upper slopes of the mountain on
la giant chair lift. From here is the
| beginning of many an excellent down-
| hill run. Floodlights operate when
darkness comes, and nearby are prac-
tice slopes and runs for every type
of skier.

In the towns of Jasper and Banff
year-round accommodations are plen-
tiful. Jasper serves as the hub of ski
trails ranging through 4,200-square-
| mile Jasper National Park. The down-

hill course at the Whistlers, for in-
stance, drops 4,600 feet in three
miles, first through smooth Alplands























the timberline, and _ then

h open forest to the valley

or. Additional ski slopes have been
cleared on Whistler Mountain and
boulders and stumps removed so that
e llent skiing conditions are pos-
sible with a minimum of snow. In ad-
dition more than 100 miles of trail
have been laid out with cabins and
shelters placed at regular intervals



along many of them



‘TOS DI milla di trajecto di ski y cantonan di Lau-

di Quebec ta provee un tentacion casi



irresistible pa e bishitante. Den e aire claro y puro y e
nieve bunita tin un combinacion di naturaleza.









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VOL. 19, No. 7



CAPITAL

presentation of big checks to winners. J.
TEMPORADA DI premionan mayor di CYI tabata anterior-
mente e luna aki na ocasion di presentacion di e checknan na e

IN THE bottom row, are the year’s

Norton, left, and J. J. Arrindell, center, both of whom re-
DEN E fila mas abao ta e ganadornan mas grandi di anja,

L. T. Norton, robez, y J. J. Arrindell,

Annual CYI C

AWARDS time was marked earlier this month by

De Cuba, retired

biggest winners, L. T.

centro, cada un di cual

ganadornan. J. De Cuba,

machinist, accepts a check for Fls. 600 from President O. Min-
gus. In the center picture, Capt. J. B. Fernando, a Fls. 500
machinist cu pension, ta acepta un
check di Fls. 600 for di Presidente O. Mingus. Den e retrato

ceived Fls. 1000 awards. At right, E. Trimon gets his Fls. 400
check. All award winners also received a silver belt buckle
a recibi Fls. 1000. Banda drechi, E. Trimon ta recibi su check
di Fls. 400. Tur ganadornan a recibi tambe un gespo di faha

apital Awards Made To Six

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

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winner, shakes hands with Mr. Mingus, and at right C. E.
Polak of the Technical Service collects a Fs.
mei-mei, Capt. J. B. Fernando, un ganador di Fls. 500, ta sa-
gudi man di Sr. Mingus.

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Drechi, C. E. Polak ta recibi su check.



as a permanent reminder of the
1958 CYI capital award presentation by President Mingus.

nan nomber aden como un recuerdo di
e presentacion.

Mingus) Ta Presenta Cheek 7... Em, pla =, Mingus Presents Checks
Den Ceremonia Sorpresa A;e Candidates

In Surprise Ceremony

E mehor ideanan pa 1957 a worde recompensa cu checknan variando |
for di Fls. 1000 pa Fls. 200 na nan originadornan na e presentacion |
or di Coin Your Ideas.

Checknan a worde presenta door di Presidente O. Mingus na seis em-
pleado na ceremonianan atendi door di miembronan di directiva ehe-
cutivo, CYI committee y un cantidad]
grandi di supervisornan. Pa algun di}
e seisnan, e presentacion a bini como

The best ideas of 1957 brought checks ranging from Fls. 1000 to
Fls. 200 to their originators at the annual presentation of Coin Your

For SPAC Posts

Ideas Capital Awards.
Seven employees have announced z ‘ ‘
% | Kc 0. n o six employ at
thewiselveal aa han didates’For election Checks were presented by President O. Mingus to six employees

fa the Soncinl Pech uote | ceremonies attended by members of executive management, the CYI
| epbs Sib gs a cae : VISOTY | Committee and a large number of su-
Committee. The primary election will

5 ae ¢ pervisors For some of the si the
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demonstra con un sugerencia, una vez Mr. Polak’s idea history demon-

anual di premionan maj

sorpresa, como identidad di ganador-
nan di premionan mayor ta keda se-
creto te na momento di e premionan.

Esnan cu a worde honra den Clase
I di ideanan tabata J. J. Arrindell,
operator, Process Department — F's.
1000; J. de Cuba, machinist retir, |
Mechanical Department — Fis. 600; |
E. Trimon, levelman, Process De-
partment — Fs. 400, y C. E. Polak,
junior field inspector, Technical Ser-
vice Department — Fils. 200. |

Den Clase II, supervisornan, sais!
dornan di premio tabata L. T. Nor-










ton, foreman, Mechanical Depart-
ment — Fils. 1000, y Capt. J. B. Fer-|
nando, tugmaster, Marine Depart-|
ment — Fs. 500. |

Premionan Inicial

Den algun caso e ideanan ya a re- |
cibi premionan suplemental ademas
di pago inicial. E idea di Sr. Arrin-
dell pa cambia lugar y combina con-
trol houses di low octane y butane
plant a gana pe un premio inicial di|
Fils. 2700 na December 1956. Sr. Tri-
mon a worde paga Fls. 300 na Mei
1956 pa su idea, y a recibi un premio
suplemental na Februari 1957 di Fls.
1750. El a sugeri pa instala un linja|
di fuel oil canto di e pitch line na bur- |
ner header na forno di combination
units.

Historia di e idea di Sr. Polak ta





adopta, ta worde observa cuidadosa-
mente pa futuro valor. Su idea pa me-
hora e aparato cu ta worde usd pa
test nachinan geweldo contra lek-
mento a recibi un premio inicial di
Fls. 50 na November 1956. Un anja
despues, spaarmento cu no a worde
previsto na tempo cu e idea a worde
adopta, a trece pe un premio suple-
mental di Fls. 400, y awor su valor
ta tal cu el a gana un premio mayor.
Otro ideanan honra: Sr. De Cuba
a sugeri un metodo mas eficiente pa
grind valve seals na PCAR. Su pre-
mio inicial na Mei 1956 tabata Fs.
100. Sr. Norton a sugeri pa instala
wege bao discharge header saddles di
compressor na AAR-2, cual lo reduci
mantenecion y tempo for di servicio.
Esaki a gana pe un premio inicial di
Fls. 300 y un premio suplemental di
Fls. 500. E idea di Capt. Fernando ta-
bata pa traha un dolphin na entrada
di haaf pa uso di remolcadornan cu ta
trata cu bapornan cu ta drenta den
un manera mas eficiente y seguro a
worde acepta na December 1956.
Como algo nobo den e presenta-
cionnan e anja aki, cada homber a re-
cibi tambe un gespo di faha di plata
cu nan letranan di nomber ariba co-

mo un recuerdo permanente di e oca-|

sion. Tambe tabata di promer vez cu
tur dos clase di ganadornan a recibi
nan premio na mes tempo.

April 9 and 10.

In order of company service, the)

candidates for the two vacant non-
Netherlander seats are J. M. Hodge,
assistant operator, Process-C&LE,
|20 years, seven months; H. Croes,
| typist, Mechanical - Administration,
12 years, seven months; C. Geerman,
process helper, Process-C&LE, 10
years, seven months; G. A. Henri-
quez, pipefitter helper, Mechanical-
Pipe, seven years, nine months; M.
Pieters, statistical typist, Account-
ing-Service, seven years, four
months; L. B. Petrocchi, material
dispatcher, Mechanical - Storehouse,
six years, 10 months, and M. A. Bis-
lick, junior distribution clerk,
counting-Material, year,
months.

Mr.
tion.

Both the primary and the final will
be booth type elections. Thirteen
polling places will be set up through
the concession, and will be open each
voting day from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m.

one nine

Hodge is running for re-elec-

Election headquarters will be in
the SPAC office.

Chairman of the election board is
R. E. Frank, and serving with him

are G. E. Roos and C. Vrolijk.





Ae partment

since capital award winners’ identi-
ties are generally kept secret right
up to the minute of the awards.

Honored in the Class I group of
suggesters were J. J. Arrindell, ope-
rator, Process Department — Fils.
1000; J. De Cuba, retired machinist,
Mechanical Department — Fs. 600;
E. Trimon, levelman, Process De-
partment, — Fils. 400, and C. E. Po-
lak, junior field inspector, Technical
Service Department, — Fs. 200.

In Class II, supervisors, capital
award winners were L. T. Norton,
foreman, Machinist, Mechanical De-
partment Fis. 1000, and Capt. J-
B. Fernando, tugmaster, Marine De-
— Fls. 500.



Initial Awards

In some cases these ideas had al-
ready received supplemental awards
in addition to the initial payment,
I Arrindell’s idea to relocate and
combine the low octane and butane
plant control houses earned him an
initial award of Fls. 2700 in Decem-
ber, 1956. Mr. Trimon was paid Fs.
300 in May, 1956 for his idea, and re-
ceived a supplemental award in Fe-
bruary, 1957 of Fls. 1750. He had sug-
gested installing a fuel oil line along-
side the pitch line at burner header
at combination unit furnaces.

|strates how a suggestion, once adopt-
/ed, is carefully observed for future
value. His idea to improve the equip-
ment used to test welded seams for
leaks received an initial award of
Fls. 50 in November, 1956. A year
later, savings that were not foreseen
|at the time of adoption brought him
a supplemental award of Fis. 400,
and now its value is such that it earn-
ed a capital award.

Other ideas honored: Mr. De Cuba
suggested a more efficient technique
to grind valve seals at PCAR. His
|initial award in May, 1956, was Fls.
1000. Mr. Norton suggested install-
ing wedges under dicharge header
|saddles of compressors at AAR-2,
{which reduced maintenance and
|downtime. It earned for him an ini-
tial award of Fls. 300 and a supple-
mental award of Fls. 500. Capt. Fer-
nando’s idea was to build a dolphin
in the harbor entrance for use of
tugs handling inbound ships in a
|more efficient and safer manner was
accepted in December, 1956. His
|award then was Fils. 700.

As an innovation in the presenta-
tions this year, each man also re-
ceived an initialed silver belt buckle
as a permanent reminder of the
event. It was also the first time that
both classes of suggesters received
awards at the same time.







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Aruba Ess NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
ANTILLES, BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Aruba Drukkerij N.V., Neth. Ant.



Safety Achievement Honored |

STANDARD O1L COMPANY

(Incomromaren i New Junssy)



30 ROCKEFELLER PLaza
New York 20,N-Y.

AT. Prouprit

March 4, 1958

Mr. Odis Mingus,
Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.,
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles.

Dear Odis:

I was very much pleased to learn that your
employees established in 1957 the best safety record of any
year in the twenty-nine year history of Lago Refinery. This
is a particularly creditable performance since Lago employees
had already attained a very high rank in safety among the free
world's petroleum refineries in previous years.

You and your whole organization can feel
justly proud of this splendid achievement. Please extend my

sincere congratulations to all your employees for their con-
tinuing effort to maintain such a fine safety record.

Sincerely yours,

AT Caan

Acomplicemento Seguridad



STANDARD OIL COMPANY
REFINING COORDINATION DEPARTMENT
30 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA, NEW YORK 20, N. Y.

March 3, 1958

Safety Kecord - Aruba
Airmail No. 726 a

Mr. Odis Mingus, President
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles

Dear Mr. Mingus:

Through the ARUBA ESSU NEWS of March lst I have just learned that Lago
has again won the National Safety Contest for a refinery of its size.

This is indeed a signal honor and one in which every Lago employee can
take great pride.

The Lago safety record over the past few years has been a fine one.
This year, however, with a frequency rate of 0.61 and a build-up of
over 6,5 million accident free manhours in one stretch of 180 days
sets up a real record,

The National Safety Council Contest is a very worthy competition and
one which it is of course a great satisfaction to win. Back of this
though is the even greater satisfaction of a job well done where the
Lee and suffering following accidents has been reduced to an all time
OW.

Please accept my congratulations to the Lago organization and best wishes
for an even better record in the future.

Very truly yours,

e.g. Komny



TWO LETTERS congratulating Lago and its employees on the top safety
performance last year were received from New York recently. Reflecting
organizational pride in the achievement, the letters were from A. T. Proud-

fit, a director of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) and C. E. Lanning,
Lago vice president in Jersey’s Refining Coordination Department.
DOS CARTA felicitando Lago y su empleadonan pa motibo di su excelente
actuacion di seguridad anja pasa a worde recibi recientemente for di New
York. Reflehando orguyo di e organizacion den e acomplecimento, e carta-
nan tabata di A. T. Proudfit, un director di Standard Oil Company (New
Jersey) y C. E. Lanning, vice presidente di Lago den Refining Coordina-
tion Department di Jersey.



Three Promoted
In Process- Utilities

Three promotions in Process-Util-
ities are effective this month. W. R.
Moore was named shift foreman,
Utility Zone 2, and V. A. Baird and
J. W. Farrell were advanced to as-|
sistant shift foremen

Mr. Moore’s Lago career began in
December, 1938 when he started work



V. A. Baird
as apprentice ope-
rator in LOF. He
moved to Utilities
in a few months,
and became an
operator there in
December, 1941. |
In August, 1945 he
was made _assist-
ant shift foreman.

W. R. Moore



Mr. Baird has
spent all of his
nearly 30 vears of

J. W. Farrell company — service,
in Utilities. Starting in December, |

1928 as fireman in the powerhouse,
he served subsequently as process
helper, controlman, oiler, and opera-|
tor helper. In September, 1941 he was
promoted to assistant operator, and
to operator in December, 1945.
Beginning as a stevedore in the}
| Yard Department in May, 1928, Mr.|
Farrell moved to Utilities in 1931.
The jobs he has held there include
winchman, fireman helper, process
|helper, controlman and operator help-
er. In August, 1940 he was promoted
to assistant operator, and was ad-
vanced to operator in October, 1948.

Subryan Retires
‘From Storehouse

| KE. O. Subryan, head requistion
| clerk in the Storehouse, has left Aru-
ba preceding his retirement Aug. 1 |
He will have over
21 years of service
his effective |





on
date.
Beginning work
in April, 1937 as
apprentice clerk
\ in Mechanical-
Carpenter, he was
promoted in 1940
to Junior Clerk,
and transferred
the next year to
the storehouse. He
materials control



3}

| :

| E.D. Subryan
| was promoted to
\clerk in June, 1942, and was named

head requisition clerk in April, 1946
He is a native of British Guiana

Jersey Ta Forma
‘Afiliado Nobo

‘Pa Experimentacion

Standard Oil Company (New Jer-
sey) a anuncia formacion di un afi-
liado nobo di experimentacion pa pro- |
duccion pa dirigi su actividadnan di
experimentacion geophy-
sico y di produccion, cual previamen- |
te tabata worde haci segun contract
|door di Carter Oil Company
E afiliado nobo, cual lo ta conoci
Production Research
Carter Re-
awor ta na

patentnan

geologico,

como Jersey
Company, lo tuma over
Laboratories cu
Oklahoma. Tur
stente, procesonan y combenionan
produc-

search





relacionaé cu exploracion y
|cion lo worde encarga na e compania
nobo,

Jersey Standard a bisa cu forma-
cion di e afiliado nobo a worde dicta
door di e aumenta grandi den crece-
mento y importancia pa e compania
|y e industria di actividadnan di ex-
perimentacion di produccion

Esfuerzonan di e compania
lo worde dirigi den direccion di des
royo di metodonan mas eficiente y
economico di haya y produci azeta y
coordinacion di tal trabao cu afilia-
|donan di Jersey aki y pafor

nobo



e

30 Share Fls. 1620.

Two s





L. G. Jara2s, Me

in supplemental for
to improve the
strainers.

The complete list follows:

his suggestion
seating on elliot

Accounting
F. Hernandez Fls. 30
Miss E. Williamson Fls. 20
Executive
D. Tromp Fls. 50

TSD. Combine forms PR-267, PR-
269 and PR-269 into one form.
Gen. Serv.

S. A. Wolff Fls. 60
Gen. Serv.-Lago Com. Blind the
opening which combined Lago Com-



‘y office with Wholesale.



D. N. Solomon Fls. 35
Marine
M. A. Winklaar Fls. 40
Mechanical
Admin.

. P. Viapree Fis. 30
W. E. Ruiz Fils. 20
T. P. Viapree Fis. 10
). C. Martis Fls. 10

Carpenter
R. Wout Fis. 25
Electrical |
emeleer Fis. 25]
Instrument |
J. L. Grovell Fls.30
Machinist
J. B, de Cuba Fis. 250/|

(supplemental)

Mech-Machine. Improve seating
elliot strainers.
Metal Trades :

W. J. E. Wilson Fls. 20
Pipe

W. A. Koopman Fls. 30
Yard

L. G. James Fls. 510

(supplemental)

Mech.-Garage. Improvement to the
shoes of the road sweeper.



J. R. Koolman Fls. 30
Process =
C&LE
J. E. Francis Fis. 40
I. A. Steele Fls 20
Cracking
L. Martines 2 @ Fis. 25



S. B. Francis Fls

Subryan ta Retira
For di Storehouse

E. O. Subryan,
clerk na Aruba
precediendo su pensionamento Aug
1. Ariba e fecha efectivo el lo tin mas
cu 21 anja di servicio

20

head requisition

Storehouse, a laga



1940 pa junior clerk, y e_ siguiente
anja el a transferi pa storehouse. El
a worde promovi pa materials control
clerk na Juni 1942, y a worde nom-
bra head requisition clerk na April
1946. El ta nativo di British Guiana





SURROUNDED BY members of the Government pilot se
Marine Department, Johan Wever, left foreground, is ¢
his quarter-century of government service by Harbormast
Mr. Wever, a pilot boat driver, has spent his career
in San Nicolas.
RONDONA DOOR di miembronan di servicio di loods di gobierno y di
Marine Department di Lago, Johan Wever, robez adilanti, ta worde felicita
cu su cuarto siglo di servicio door di Havenmeester A. Lastdrager. Sr.
un stuurman di boto di loods, a pasa su carera trahando den haaf di
San Nicolas.

ver,



| membership on the board to 15.

|in civil engineering. He began work
| as a roustabout for Carter Oil Com-

Cuminzando na April 1937 como |
apprentice clerk den Mechanical-
| Carpenter, el a worde promovi na





March 29, 1958

Two Supplemental Awards
Lead February CYI Winners |

c pplemental awards, totaling Fls. 760, and proving that ideas
remain good, formed the backbone of the February Coin Your Idea
awards. Ticre wer> 30 recipents of CYI checks, worth Fls. 1620.

nical-Garage earned Fls. 510 for his improvement
to the shoes of the road sweeper, and J. B. De Cuba picked up Fls. 250



LOF
D. Marquez Fils. 30
| E. F Lo Fils. 25
Rec. & Ship. |
P. L. E. Hodge Fis. 60 |'



P-Rec, Ship. Install escape lad-
der at dock foreman’s office.

J. van Dinter Fls. 40
Tech. Serv
Eng.
R. Carty Fis. 50
Mech.-Yard. Additional road im-

provement south of Gate No. 8.
Lab. No. 1

F. Ras Fls. 30

Jersey Nominates |

Wright For Board

M. A. Wright, coordinator
world-wide producing

of
activities for

Standard Oil Company (New Jer-
sey), has been designated a candi-
date for election to the company’s

board of directors. This will increase

Mr. Wright has been in the oil busi-
ness since his graduation from Okla-
homa A. & M. College with a degree

pany- In 1943, after working in vari-
ous engineering posts for Carter, he
was named chief petroleum engineer.
A year later he was assistant man-
ager of the production department.
He moved in 1946 to Jersey Stan-
dard as executive assistant in the
producing coordination department.
Between then and 1954 he was de-
puty coordinator of producing opera-
tions for Jersey, executive vice pre-
sident of International Petroleum
Corp. and executive vice president of
Carter. He was named to his present



post in 1954.

G. G. Corrington

G. G. Corrington, assistant shift
foreman, Process-C&LE, died
March 15. A native of the U. S.,

Mr. Corrington had over 30 years
of Lago service at the time of his
death. He is survived by his widow
and one child.

G. G. Corrington

G. G. Corrington, assistant shift
foreman, Process-C&LE, a muri
Maart 15. Un nativo di Estados
Unidos, Sr. Corrington tabatin
mas di 30 anja di servicio cu Lago
na tempo di su morto. El 1



atras su viuda y un yiu

\
t

rvice and Lago’s



ngratulated on
A, Lastdrager.
in the harbor service

We-




March 29, 1958

E



Griffin, who last month got one of his own, and Juan R. Koolman, fc: 2man,

Mechanical-Yard, who had just received this one.
EXAMINANDO E eertificado cu ta representa 30 anja di servicio ta F. E.
Griffin, kende luna pasa a haya un di su mes, y Juan R. Koolman, foreman,

Mechanical-Yard, kende a caba di recibi esun aki.




CONRAD SIMON of the Pipe

i

Gs



|
|

Shop accepts his certificate and emblem of
30 years of service from Executive Vice President F. E. Griffin at the
Management Staff meeting of March 4,

CONRAD SIMON di Pipe Shop ta acepta su certificado y emblema di 30
anja di servicio for di Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F. E. Griffin na reunion
di Management Staff Maart 4.

Empleadonan Honra Pa
Servicio Largo na Lago

Cuatro empleado cu 30 anja di ser-
vicio a recibi e emblemanan di ser-
vicio largo den ceremonianan cu a
tuma lugar den ultimo dos siman,

Juan R. Koolman, foreman, Mecha-
nical-Yard, a recibi certificado y em-
blema for di Vice Presidente F. E.
Griffin Feb. 28. H. W. Humphrey, pro-
cess foreman, tambe a recibi di dje
for di Sr. Griffin Maart 5. Conrad
Simon a completa 30 anja di servicio
Maart 5, y a worde honra pa esey den
Management Staff, y P. J. Bakker a

Jersey Ta Nombra
Wright den Directiva

M. A. Wright, coordinator di acti-
vidadnan di produccion den mundo
pa Standard Oil Company (New Jer-
sey) a worde designa como candidato
pa eleccion den junta di directiva di
e compania.

Sr. Wright tabata den negoshi di
azeta desde su graduacion di Oklaho-
ma A. & M. College cu un grado den
civil engineering. El a cuminza traha
pa Carter Oil Company promer.

Na 1946 el a pasa pa Jersey Stan-
dard como executive assistant den
producing coordination department.
Entre e tempo y 1954 el tabata de-
puty coordinator di operacionnan di
produccion pa Jersey, vice presidente
ehecutivo di International Petroleum
Corp. y vice presidente ehecutivo di
Carter. Na 1954 el a worde nombré
den su posicion actual.



completa e marca di servicio largo
aki Maart 25,

Sr. Koolman a cuminza su servicio
na Februari 1928 den Labor Depart-
ment, y a traha den ocupacionnan
manera tractor operator, track-walk-
er, chofer, chofer di locomotief,
tradesman y corporal. El a traha den
Building & Maintenance Department
den anjanan 1939-44, y a bolbe Yard
Department. Su 30 anja di servicio
a worde alcanza sin ningun ausencia
deductible.

Promer cu el a bini Lago na No-
vember 1930, Sr. Humphreys tabatin
cuatro anja di servicio cu Standard
Oil Company (Indiana), Su promer
trabao na Aruba tabata refinery ap-
prentice na Process-Acid & Edel. Na
1932 el tabata operator, y despues,
tradesman. El a worde promovi pa
shift foreman Juli 1, 1939, y pa pro-
cess foreman na Januari 1952.

Sr. Simon, kende a cuminza traha
na Februari 1928 a traha dos anja na
dry dock, El a transferi pa Mechani-
cal-Pipe na Maart 1930, y for di e
tempo el a keda ey, Su ocupacion ac-
tual ta pipefitter A, y el tin 49 anja
di edad.

Sr. Bakker a recibi su emblemanan
den un ceremonia special den Ac-
counting Department Maart 25. Su
promer trabao cu Lago tabata den
Stores Department, cuminzando
Maart 26, 1928. Na Mei 1929 el a pa-
sa pa Accounting Department unda
awor el ta customs clerk. Su servicio
no tin ausencianan deductible.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS







BROAD SMILES and congratulations greet the entry of Harold W. Hum-
phreys, left, into the ranks of 30-year men. He is process foreman. With
him are R. C. Baum, center, and K. E. Springer.

SONRISA GRANDI y felicitacion ta acompanja entrada di Harold W.
Humphreys, robez, den fila di hombernan cu 30 anja di servicio. El ta pro-
cess foreman. Hunto cu ne ta R. C. Baum, centro, y K. E. Springer.

30- Year Men Honored

For Long Lago Service

Four 30-year employees received the emblems of long service in a

|series of award cerernonies in the
|



Humphrey, process foreman, also





‘Siete Empleado
Ta Candidato Pa

| Eleeeion di SPAC

Siete empleado a anuncia nan can-
didatura pa eleccion di Special Pro-
blems Advisory Committee. E elec-
cion primario lo tuma lugar April 2
y 3, e final April 9 y 10.

Segun cantidad di servicio cu com-
pania, e candidatonan pa e dos pues-
tonan Holandes vacante ta J. M.
Hodge, assistant operator, Process-
C&LE, 20 anja, siete luna; H. Croes,
typist, Mechanical - Administration,
12 anja, siete luna; C. Geerman, pro-
cess helper, Process-C&LE, 10 anja,
siete luna; G. A. Henriquez, pipefit-
ter helper, Mechanical-Pipe, siete an-
ja, nuebe luna; M. Pieters, statistical
typist, Accounting-Service, siete an-
ja, cuatro luna; L. B. Petrocchi, ma-
terial dispatcher, Mechanical-Store-
house, seis anja, 10 luna, y M. A. Bis-
lick, junior distribution clerk, Ac-
counting-Material, un anja, nuebe
luna.

Sr Hodge ta corre pa re-eleccion.

Presidente di e junta electoral ta
R E. Frank, y hunto cu ne ta G. V.
Roos y C. Vrolijk.

New Arrivals







March 6
TROMP, Leandro S. - Mech. Machine; A
son, Hum y Leandro
CHRISTIAA Hyacintho B, - TSD Pro-



A son,, Victorino Jacinto

JAC Reynold ©. - Public Relations; A
daughter, Lona Alida
March 7

QUANT, Mario - Lago Comm.; A son, Tho-
mas Roberto
March 9
MADURO, Jacobo - TSD Eng.; A daughter,
Lucrecia Catharina
Mare’
BROWN, Albert E.
daughter, Frescavena
March





Dining Hall; A
lyn




12
LD, Donald L. - TSD Process; A
Eric Rolf

March 13

STAHLF:
son,

PEREZ, Vicente L. - M
daughter, Lourdes Ber
HADAWAY, Owen - Rec
Wayne Milton Anthony
March 14
NEDD, Earlin - Esso Dining Hall; A son,
Alberto Alfonso
FARO, Dominico T. - Mech. Boiler; A son,
Ivan Alexander
HAZLEWOOD, Jemmott EE. - Mech. Store-
house; A daughter, Margaret Suzette
March 15
ILLIS, Claudio A. - Mech.
daughter, Nereida Felicia
KELLY, Cristobal - Mech.
daughter, Swinda Olivia
McKENZIE, Augustus L.
daughter, Rose Isabel
March 16



Machine; A
ta
hip.; A son,




Electrical; A

Carpenter; A



- Utilities; A



BRIESEN, Benedicto - Mech. Garage;
son , Michael
March 17
FLANDERS,, Ambrocius A. G. - Mech.
Garage; A son, Gabriel Ambrosio

A

Juan R. Koolman, foreman, Mechanical-Yard,
and emblem from Executive Vice President F. E. Griffin Feb. 28. H. W.

past two weeks.
received certificate

got his from Mr. Griffin March 5.
Conrad Simon completed 30 years of
service March 5, and was honored
for it in Management Staff, and P. J.
Bakker rounded out his long service
March 25.

Mr. Koolman began his service in
February, 1928 in the Labor Depart-
ment, and worked in such jobs as
tractor operator, track-walker, driv-
er, locomotive driver, tradesman and
corporal. He worked in the Building
and Maintenance Department for
some years and returned to the Yard
Department in 1944. His 30 years of
service have been reached without a
deductible absence.

Before coming to Lago in Novem-
ber, 1930, Mr. Humphreys had four
years of service with Standard Oil
Company (Indiana). His first Aruba
job was refinery apprentice in Pro-
cess-Acid & Edel. In 1932 he was ope-
rator, and later, tradesman. He was
promoted to shift foreman July 1,
1939, and to process foreman in Ja-
nuary, 1952.

Mr. Simon, who began work in Fe-
bruary, 1928, worked for two years
at the dry dock. He transferred to
Mechanical-Pipe in March, 1930, and
he has remained there ever since. His
present occupation is pipefitter A,
and he is 49 years old.

Mr. Bakker received his service
awards in a special Accounting De-
partment ceremony March 25. His
first job with Lago was the Stores
Department, beginning March 26,
1928. In May, 1929 he moved over to
the Accounting Department where he
is now customs clerk. His service has
no deductible absences.

tirement luncheon with friends and





Tres Promovi
Den Process-Utilities

Tres promocion den Process-Utili-
ties ta bira efectivo e luna aki. W. R.
Morre a worde nombra shift fore-
man, Utility Zone 2, y V. A. Baird y
|J. W. Farrell a worde avanzada pa as-
sistant shift foreman.

Carera di Sr. Moore cu Lago a cu-
minza na December 1938 tempo cu el
a cuminza como apprentice operator
na LOF. El a pasa pa Utilities dentro
di algun luna, y a bira operator aya
na December 1941. Na Augustus 1945
el a bira assistant shift foreman.

Sr. Baird a pasa casi tur su 30 an-
ja di servicio cu compania den Utili-
ties. Cuminzando na December 1928
como fireman den powerhouse, el a
traha subsequentemente como pro-
cess helper, controlman, oiler, y ope-
rator helper. Na September 1941 el a
worde promovi pa assistant operator,
y pa operator na December 1945.

Cuminzando como stevedore den
Yard Department na Mei 1928, Sr.
Farrel a pasa pa Utilities na 1931. E
ocupacionnan di aya ta inclui winch-
man, fireman helper, process helper,
controlman y operator helper, Na
Augustus 1940 el a worde promovi pa
assistant operator, y a worde avanza
pa operator na October 1948.

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comemento di despedida cu amigonan y superyisornan di Storehouse. Di

robez, W. L. Baker, G. Lawrence, Mr.

Sobryan, W. H. Harth, K. Soobrian,

A. Medera y J. M. Adams.
ETTA WILLIAMSON

The waning years of the 19th century provided
the people of the United States with a period as
frivolous and fun-loving as perhaps any era dur-
ing the country’s young, carefree and sometimes
violent history. They are affectionately recalled
as the "Gay Nineties” — and gay they were
those years from 1890 to 1900. It marked the
end of a century during which a new and grow-
ing country had been exploited by adventurers,
pioneers, industrial and financial moguls;
fought over by soldiers, land-owners, ranchers,
cowboys and indians. The country was growing;
it had emerged from the rough and tumble trials
of exploration and settlement and was now
ready to develop a lighter side of its peoples’
culture. It came forth strongly, and quite boist-
erously, in song and dance. Music halls across
the country rang with degrees of music — in
both volume and quality — while people sang
and danced, rejoiced or cried with lilting so-
pranos, and doubled up with laughter at the
antics of minstrel comics. To bring back those

BILL CASEY

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

BEA SHAVER

days of old, if only for a night or two, is the
ambitious endeavor of theatre groups the coun-
try over. To bring back a dash of the ’’Gay Nine-
ties’ was the object in mind when Ev Biddle of
the Medical Department assembled cast, cost-
umes and comics for the showing of "Hoop
Skirts and Bustles.’’ He succeeded. The Nineties
were relived in song, dance, fun and dress —
spangled and bustled, but all beautiful — the
nights of March 5 and 6. A cast of over 100 per-
sons lent their talents in song, instrumentation,
antics and dance. The Gay Nineties chorus alone
was composed of 41 voices directed by Jan Koul-
man. Behind the scenes were those who assisted
in sound, staging, direction, make-up and cost-
uming. All of it ran the gamut of those fabulous
years from the efforts of the very proper chan-
teuse lamenting the plight of her vainglorious
brother done in by his own vanity (and naughty
women) to the racy jokes of breezy comics and
high kicks of leggy Can-Can girls. Many of the
performers are shown in these pictures.

DEAN THOMPSON

March 29, 1958

ea nD

EILEEN TURNER

MUCH ACTION takes place behind the scenes during
intermission. With flickering stage lights throwing
eerie shadows, actors and actresses gather about to
talk, compliment, advise, prepare for the second half
and, in some cases, re-do make-up that may have been
too heavy, perhaps too light. Coverage of a show
wouldn’t be complete without the bright on-stage
shots and these glances behind the curtain.

BARBARA MALCOLM and ANN ORR






ARUBA ESSO NEWS

March 29, 1958











EMALIE JANSON

E anjanan conclusivo di siglo 19 a furni hen-
denan di Estados Unidos un periodo mes alegre
cu podiser cualkier otro era den historia hoben,
sin dificultad y a la vez violente di e pais. Nan
ta worde afeccionadamente recordé como "Gay
Nineties’ — y en realidad nan tabata “alegre”
e anjanan for di 1890 pa 1900. Nan tabata mar-
ca fin di un siglo durante cual un pais nobo y
creciente a worde explota door di aventurero,
pionero, gigantenan industrial y financiero;
bringa door di solda,, donjonan di terra, ranche-
ro, cowboy y indionan. E pais tabata crece; el a
sali for di e pruebanan duro di exploracion y es-
tablecemento y awor tabata cla pa desaroya un
banda mas liher di e cultura die hendenan. El a
bini ariba cu fortaleza, den canto y baile. Sala-
nan di musica den henter e pais tabata rezona
cu musica — tanto den cantidad como calidad —
mientras hendenan tabata canta y baile, alegra
of lamenta hunto cu sopranonan, y hari barica
yen pa kenshinan di comiconan. Pa bolbe trece



HOPI ACCION ta tuma lugar tras di enscena durante
e pauze. Cu luznan brillante di teatra bentando som-
branan, actor y actriznan ta reuni pa papia, compli-
menta, conseha, prepara pa e segunda parti y, den al-
gun caso, pa drecha make-up cu por tabata mucho
pisa, podiser mucho liher. Reportaje di un show lo no
ta completo sin e retratonan coloroso ariba enscena-
rio y tambe e vistanan aki tras di cortina.



‘i a 2 sie

.E FREUNDEL DOT JOSEPH and PAT BERGFIELD



JOHN STRITCH

DOTTIE LISOT

e dianan di tempo bieuw, pa solamente un noche
of dos, ta esfuerzo ambicioso di gruponan di tea-
tro den henter e pais. Pa trece un sabor di "Gay
Nineties” tabata obheto den mente di Ev Biddle
di Medical Department, cu su comedia presen-
tando "'Hoeplo, Saya y Busto.” El tabatin exito.
E anjanan a worde rebiba den canto, baile, ale-
gria y bistir — e anochinan di Maart 5 y 6. Un
grupo di mas cu 100 persona a presta nan ta-
lento den canto, instrumentacion, kenshi y baile.
E koor di Gay Nineties” solamente tabata con-
sisti di 41 voz bao direccion di Jan Koulman.
Tras di enscena tabatin esnan cu a asisti den zo-
nido, actuacion, direccion, make-up y_ bistir.
Henter e epoca a pasa na revista for di e propio
chanteuse lamentando suerte di un ruman vicia
cu vanidad cu a cai pa su mes vanidad pa e chas-
conan y kenshinan comico y baile di can-can.
Hopi di e actuadornan ta worde munstra den e
retratonan adhunto den nan actonan durante
dos anochi pa un audencia masha grandi.





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Early Colony Endured Hard Struggles

When Queen Elizabeth II visited the U. S. last year she paid tribute
to the memory of 104 adventurers who left London 350 years ago. These
men, sent by the Virginia Company of London, founded the first per-
manent English settlement in the New World.

As a group, those colonists were ill-fitted for life in a pioneer com-



munity, much less for building a col-
ony or founding a new nation.

Records show there were 12 labor- |

ers, a few carpenters, a tailor, a bar-
ber, a mason, a blacksmith and a

clergyman. There were also more
than 50 who styled themselves
“gentlemen,” who were shiftless,

idle men, without an occupation. Al-
though some had helped finance the
venture, all had come along for what
adventure and fun they might find.
Their three tiny ships - the Susan
Constant, the Godspeed and the Dis-
covery - had been tossed about by
winter storms on the Atlantic for
about four months and the weary
travelers had drifted about for near-
ly another month before they select-
gd the site for their new home.
Finally, in May of 1607, they moor-
ed their ships to trees on the broad
bank of a river. They named it '’The
James” for their king and the two
projecting points of the bay became

Cape Henry and Cape Charles, for
his two sons.
The site they selected, about 30

miles up the river, had a fine deep
harbor and was easy to defend. Al-
though the isthmus to the mainland
wasn’t washed out until about a cen-
tury later, they called their site
"Jamestown Island.’

But they failed to think that the
low swampy land might be unhealth-
ful or that the water supply might
not be good. And so in less than six
months about half the group were
buried in wilderness graves.

While the Indians were generally
friendly at first, the colonists lived in
continual fear of attack. They had
arrived too late to plant spring crops,



Nice athys Roosevelt /



IN 1903 PRESIPENT TEDDY
ROOSEVELT ESTABLISHED
THE FIAST BIRD REFUGE
AT PELICAN ISLAND;
IN THE INDIAN
RIVER IN

FLORIDA.



Fee LR
THE BLUE JAY'S



HABIT OF ROBBING THE NESTS OF

OTHERK BIRDS HAVE MADE HIM THOR-

OUGHLY FEARED AND HATED IN RE-
SPECTABLE BIRD SOCIETY.

Kovels’,

CANNIBALISTIC = MILKIN SOLIDI-



|
|so food was scarce.

| their share of the work necessary to
|keep the communal colony function-
ing. There was also continual wrang-
ling for leadership.

It was then that Captain John
Smith showed his ability as a leader
and became governor. Many times
when the colonists were on the verge
of starvation, he personally made
trips to nearby Indian villages to buy
or beg supplies. He also succeeded in
getting all the men to work.

Under his sometimes harsh but
firm management, many necessary
projects were completed and the col-
ony prospered. In fact, he was prob-
ably the only one of the group who
realized that the new country’s
wealth wasn’t gold and silver but its
forests and rich lands. Consequently,
he planted wheat on lands outside
the fort, started a glass factory and
shipped loads of logs back to Eng-
land.

When Smith returned to England
after an accident, so many died from
hunger and disease that the winter
of 1609-10 is known as the "'starving
time.’”’ And it was only the timely ar-
rival of the new governor with fresh
supplies of men and food which pre-

would grow luxuriantly in Virginia,
the colonists finally had a staple
|commodity which assured them of
economic success. Plantations ex-
|panded along the coast as new sett-
jlers came, into areas called New
Towne and Middle Plantation.

















~~" LAPLANDERS KEEP

FIED CHUNKS AND

SIBERIANS BUY

FROZEN MILK |
BY THE
LOAF.

Many of the men didn’t want to do |

vented complete abandonment of
Jamestown.
When they found that tobacco |



Since the location of Jamestown
was so unhealthful there was talk of
abandoning it. But it was not until
1698, when a second disastrous fire
all but wiped out Jamestown proper,
that its “records were moved to
| Middle Plantation, 7 miles away-

The site of Jamestown reverted
then (o plantations. For many years
the only visible sign of this once
thriving community was the old, ivy
covered church tower and a few
crumbling grave markers.

The tower is part of the building
erected in 1639. Its three-foot-thick
walls have stood up under more than
three centuries of wind, rain
war's destructive forces. Well above
standing height, peep holes - wide on
the inside but narrowed to slits on
the outer side of the thick walls -
enabled thoes first white settlers to
defend themselves successfully
against their fickle Indian neighbors
who were friends one day and savage
maniacs the next.

Today the peaceful countryside
tells no tales of the struggle and
| hardship endured by these men who
|earved out a way of life which the
/rest of the world envies today.

|
|

A crew had completed the drilling
of an oil well in Oklahoma. Two of
the crew were swabbing.

Suddenly there was an explosion.
spark from an electric motor had
jignited gas from the well. |
Flames enveloped the two men who
|were swabbing. Shrieking in pain
and terror, the two men leaped away
from the flames. The rest of the
crew pounced on them and wrapped
them tightly in canvas, smothering
| the flames and saving their lives.

| To some, drilling for oil is a thrill-
ing and glamorous business. In real-
ity, it often is hard work, and hazard-
ous. |
| But there is a certain fascination
in probing the earth to what
treasures it contains.

Will there be oil or will it be an-
other costly dry hole?

How thick will the oil formation
be? What will be the gravity of the
oil? Will it be a flowing well?
| Only the drill bit can answer these
}and other questions. For oil is where
you find it. |

lA

see

Pools of oil began forming ages
ago. Ancient seas rolled over the

land, eventually subsided, and years
|later returned, And every time there
|was a flood, sediment was deposited.
| Various formations laid
|down. Some the limestone and
sand formations were porous enough
to hold oil.

Oil is thought to be decayed
mal matter or a combination of de-
cayed animal and vegetable matter
Crude oil is a rather thick fluid. Some
oils contain paraffin and some con-
tain asphalt, Oil men sometimes men-
tion oil as being sweet or sour.



were
of

ani-

and |

Our Cars And Ancient Animal

| When the drill bit finally breaks in

\Na Virginia

Wamieetoun Colon

March 29, 1958



y A Sobrevivir

Invierno Indiannan y Hamber

Tempo cu Reina Elizabeth II a bishita Estados Unidos anja pasa el a
|honra memoria di 104 aventurero cu a sali for di Londres 350 anja pasa.
|E hombernan aki, manda door di Virginia Company of London, a funda

|e promer establecimento Ingles de

n Mundo Nobo. Como un grupo, e

| colonistanan aki no tabata bon prepara pa biba den un comunidad pio-

nero, mucho menos pa traha un co-
lonia of funda un nacion nobo.
Cifranan ta munstra cu tabatin 12
peon, algun carpinter, un sastre, un
| barbero, un mesla, un sm!d y un domi.
Ademas tabatin mas cu 50 cu tabata
ealifica nan mes como "caballero,”
kende no tabatin paracion ni ocupa-
cion. Maske algun di nan a yuda pa-
|ga e ventura, tur a bini en busca di
|placer y aventura.
| Nan tras barconan chikito - Susan
Constant, Godspeed y Discovery -
worde ultraha door di horcan di in-
eee ariba Atlantico casi cuatro lu-

a

na largo y e viajeronan fatiga a drief | C4’Sanan grandi

{rond un luna mas promer cu nan a
| selecta e sitio pa nan lugar nobo di
biba.

Por fin, na Mei 1607, nan a mara
}nan bareconan na palonan canto di un
rio. Nan a yame'’le "The James” se-
}gun nan rey y dos puntonan saliente
| di e baai a bira Cape Henry y Cape
Char segun su dos yiunan.





a ee es

pueblonan Indio den cercania pa cum-
pra of pidi alimento. Tambe el a lo-
gra laga tur e hombernan traha.

Bao di su direccion duro pero fir-
me, hopi projectonan necesario a wor-
de completa y e colonia a prospera.
En efecto, probablemente el tabata
e unico di e grupo kende a realiza cu
e rikeza di e pais nobo no tabata oro
y plata pero su mondinan y terranan
fertil. Pesey, el a planta trigo ariba
terrenonan pafor di e forti, el a cu-
minza un fabrica di glas y a barca
di palo pa Ingla-
| terra.

Ora Smith a bolbe Inglaterra des-
pues di un desgracia, asina hopi di
su hendenan a muri di hamber y ma-
leza cu e invierno di 1609-1610 ta co-
noci como "tempo di murimento.” Y
tabata solamente yegada di e gober-
nador nobo net na tempo cu alimento
fresco y hendenan nobo cu a preveni
Jamestown di muri limpi.



E sitio cu nan a selecta, mas of me-



nc
tabatin un bunita haaf hundo y ta-
bata facil pa defende. Maske e istmo
pa continente no a laba afor sino te
un siglo despues, nan a yama e lugar
"Jamestown Island.”

Pero nan no a pensa cu e sitio abao
yen di moeras por ta insanitario of
|cu e awa ey banda no por ta bon. Y
den menos cu seis luna mas cu mitar
di e grupo tabata dera den graf den
mondi.

Mientras e Indionan tabata gene-
|ralmente carinjoso promer ora, e co-



jlonistanan tabata biba den continuo}

miedo di atake. Nan a yega mucho
|laat pa planta, y pesey cuminda ta-
|bata scars.

Hopi di e hombernan no kier a haci
e parti di trabao cu ta toca nan pa
mantene e comunidad. Y tambe con-
|tinuamente tabatin pleito pa manda.

E tempo aki Captain John Smith
a munstra su abilidad como lider y ¢
bira gobernador. Hopi vez mientras
e colonistanan tabata na punto di mu-
ri, el personalmente a haci viaje pa



Some oil bodies lie fairly
as though resigned to thei




sive,
ate.
upon their subterranean slumbers,
the oil has to be coaxed out with a

30 milla pariba canto di e rio, |

Ora nan a descubri cu tabaco ta
| crece na abundancia na Virgina, e co-
| lonistanan por fin a haya un articulo
cu a asegura nan exito economico.

Plantacionnan a extende canto di is-
la segun tabata bini colonistanan no-
| bo y nan tabata yega te New Towne
| y Middle Plantation.

Como e sitio di Jamestown tabata
asina insanitario tabatin idea pa ban-
done'le. Pero no tabata te 1698, tem-
po un candela desastroso ca
trui Jamestown por total, cu su ar-
chivonan a worde hibaé pa Middle

| Plantation, 7 milla mas leuw.





a des-

E sitio di Jamestown mes a worde
ocupa door di plantacion. Hopi anja
largo e unico senjal visible di e comu-





| nidad un tempo prospero tabata e
toren bieuw di misa cubri cu mata
berde y algun marca di graf



E toren ta parti di e edificio erigi
}na 1639. Su murayanan di tres pia
diki a wanta mas cu
biento, yobida y fc destructivo di
guerra. Un poco mas na halto cu un
hende por yega, buraconan - hancho
paden pero delega pafor di e mura

tres siglo di











diki - tabata permiti e colonialista-
nan blanco pa defende nan mes cu
exito contra nan bicinjanan Indian di



mal beis cu un dia tabata amigo y e
otro salvaje enemigo.

Awe e pacifico sitio aki no ta ofre-
ce indicacion di e lucha y miseria
fri door di e hombernan aki cu a es-
tablece un modo di bida cu resto di





pump.



But other pools are more active.
With tremendous pressure of gas
and water upon it, the oil is pushed |
relentlessly against a solid forma-|
tion. Then comes the day that the}

probing bit of some oil driller breaks
into the prison chamber.

Almost with a roar of joy, the oil
bursts forth through the opening,
making what is known as a gusher.
A gusher is capable of flowing many
thousands of barrels of oil per day

But not all wells are oilers. Many
wells come in as gas wells and this
parts the

gas is piped to many of

| country to be used as fuel



mundo ta envia awe



How The Paper
Clip Got Started



The young bank clerk frowned at
the papers on his desk. In reaching
for one he had disarranged the whole
pile. If there were onl} yme way to
hold the groups of papers together







Suddenly a memory sprang into
the young man’s mind. He had been
only 17 old at the time. But he
recalled clearly his father’s brown



fingers twisting a bit of wire into a
certain pattern amuel Clip, the
young bank father, a
farmer, but his son remembered how
skillful he had been with his hands
The young bank clerk borrowed a
hair pin from his mother and tried to
how that bit of wire had
ed by his father’s hands.
veral days later that his
approvingly of the
"You don’t seem
to have papers scattered all
he said, How do you manage tha
The bank clerk showed him a small



clerk's was

remember
been twi

It was
employer







spo!

young clerk’s desk




over



contrivance of twisted wire that
neatly held groups of papers to-
gether here is the answer.”



"And what do you call that useful
iter asked the employer.

Remembering
young clerk replied,
Clip, sir!”




the
paper

ath
"It’s a

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|
|

March 29, 1958



Every spring the New York Yank-
ees are established as the favorite to



win the American League pennant,
and every fall, as expected, they
show up in the World Series. This

year is no exception.

Back almost without exception is
the same lineup that finished 81/2
games in front of the st of the lea-
gue, Missing are the familiar faces of





Je Coleman the great infielder,
and Tommy Byrne, the venerable
pitcher, While it would be folly to
say that Coleman won’t be missed,

Manager Ca



y Stengel, the wizened
genius, has a number of bright-eyed
and bushy-tailed infielders coming up



this ye nd any one of them might
fill the gap: Tom Carroll, and Fritz
Brickell among them.

Ryne Duren and Mark Freeman
seem to be the best bets among the
new pitchers. Duren won 13, lost 2
last year with Denver, and Freeman
was 12-6 with the same club.
Elsewhere the club looks potent:



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Mantle is reported in better shape
than ever before, and Berra is ex-
| pected to bounce back after a miser-
able season, Hank Bauer is a fixture
in right field, and the left fielder will
| prob ably be hulking Norm Siebern,
| who hit .349 last year at Denver. Bill
Skowron, .304 last year is back at
first base, Gil McDougald will be at

cond and Tony Kubek at short.
Third is up for grabs by Carey, Lum-
pe and Richardson. For 1958, it’s the
same old story.

With a veteran pitching staff back-
ed up by newcomers of high promise,
and with a powerful batting attack,
the Yankees will be out to make
mince-meat out of American League
competition, but it won’t be easy

The memory of last year’s World
defeat by the Milwaukee
Braves still rankles, and the Yank-
want revenge. There many
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New York Yankees
Ta Favorito
Atrobe Na 1958

Tur principio di temporada New
York Yankees ta estableci é
favoritonan pa gana e pennant di Li-
ga Americana, y na fin di tur, mane-
ra ta di spera, nan ta presenta den
Serie Mundial. E anja aki no ta un
epcion

Di regreso atrobe casi sin excep-
cion ta e mes line-up cu a termina
8-'/2 wega adilanti di resto di e liga.
snan cu falta ta e caranan familiar
di Jerry Coleman, e gran infielder,
Tommy Byrne, e venerable pitche
Mientras ta cos di loco pa bisa cu
Coleman lo no worde falta, Manager
|Ce ey Stengel, e genio envejecido, tin
algun brillante y hoben infielders ta
|bini ariba e anja aki, y cualkier di
nan por yena e vacature: Tom Car-
|roll y Fritz Brickell entre nan.
| Ryne Duren y Mark Freeman ta
parce di ta e mehor prospectonan en-
tre e pitchernan nobo. Duren a gana
/13, perde dos anja pasa cu Denver, y
|Freeman tabata 12-6 cu e mes club.

Na otro camina tambe e club ta
}munstra potente: Mantle ta worde
reporta den mehor condicion cu nun-
}ca antes, y Berra probablemente ta
bai recuperando despues di un tem-
porada miserable. Hank Bauer ta un
figura fiho den right field, y e left
|fielder probablemente lo ta Norm
Siebern, kende a bati .349 anja pasa
na Denver. Bill Skowron, .304 anja
|pasa ta atrobe na primera base, Gil
| McDougald lo ta na segunda y Tony
Kubek na short. Di tres ta bai entre
| Carey, Lurape y Richardson. Pa 1958,
ta e mes un storia di costumber.

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First of Series

The picture and story about the
New York Yankees is the first in
a series of features on the coming
baseball season. Future articles
will describe the prospects of
other major league baseball teams.





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already begun, will last to July, and

LSP Baseball
Play Begins

There will be baseball in Lago
Sport Park every night (except Sa-
turday and Sunday) from now until
the end of July. Competing will be
15 teams in the A and B Divisions
and three in the Junior Division.

All games will begin at 7:15 p.m.
jand will be called at 10:15. Junior
| Division games will start at 4:45 p.m.
Two leagues make up the A Divi-
|sion, the Lago and the Esso, Teams
in the former are Leones, Los Gigan-
tes, Monterrey, Dodgers and Radar.
Esso Leagues teams are San Nicolas
| Giants, Heinekens, Socotoro Stars,
Oranje Boom, and NBC. B Division
teams include Rio Boys, Chicago
White Sox, Three Stones, Bordo
Boys and Babe Ruth. The Junior Di-
vision has the San Nicolas Juniors,
Amstel Young Boys and Salem Boys.

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BASEBALL TA cuminza den Lago Sport Park. Competicion den liga, cual
a cuminza caba, lo dura te Juli, y lo ofrece weganan tur anochi den siman,
excepto Diasabra y Diadomingo.



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Cumiza na LSP

Lo tin baseball den Lago Sport
Park tur anochi (excepto Dia-
sabra y Diadomingo) for di awor
te fin di Juli. Lo tin 15 equipo pa com-
peti den Divisionnan A y B y tres
equipo den division junior.

Tur weganan lo cuminza pa 7:15
p.m. y lo termina 10:15. Weganan di
junior division lo cuminza pa 4:45,

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go y Esso. Equiponan den di promer
ta Leones, Los Gigantes, Monterrey,
Dodgers y Radar. Equiponan di Esso
League ta San Nicolas Giants, Hei-
nekens, Socotoro Stars, Oranje Boom,
y NBC. Equiponan di Division B ta
inclui Rio Boys, Chicago White Sox,
Three Stones, Bordo Boys y Babe
Ruth. E division junior tin San Nico-
las Juniors, Amstel Young Boys y
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8 ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Canadian Rock

Magica di invierno ningun cami-
na ta mas fuerte cu na Canada, un-
da e temporada di nieve tanto den
parti ariba como parti abao ta
ofrece skidornan hopi luz di solo,
hospitalidad y nieve na cantidad.

Ora invierno bini Canada, bishitan-
tenan ta yena na miles na e lugarnan
di recreacion montanjoso di Alberta
y British Columbia — regionnan in-
surpasable pa su naturaleza bunita y
terreno di ski — y e toppinan di seroe
cubri cu nieve di Quebec y Ontario.
pa ski den algun di e regionnan di
deporte invernal mas desaroya na
Norte America.

Nieve, naturalmente ta e ingre-
diente primario pa alegria invernal,
y tin hopi di dje casi tur lugar na Ca-
nada den tempo di invierno.

Ya for di November e Provincia di
Quebec tin nieve como tres duim di-
ki anja tras anja, y pa luna di Fe-
bruari esaki ta aleanza un maximo di
te 30 duim. E ta mantene te 15 duim
medio di Maart.

Na Ontario tambe condicionnan di)
nieve ta consistentemente bon. Has-
ta Toronto, asina cerca di New York
State, ta haya mehor cu 61 duim den
un temporada promedio, y den e re-
gionnan mas norte di e provincia tin
nieve en polvo den henter luna di
Maart.

Canadian Rockies tin un caida di
nieve anual di 130 duim y si bo tin
un vista pa bunita naturaleza, anto
e belleza brillante di e seroenan gi-
gante den e solo invernal no ta worde
surpas4 ningun camina. Hopi tempo
nan ta renombraé como e centro Nor-
te Americano pa ski. Nieve na polvo
ta como 20 pia hundo entre e punto-

nan cubri cu nieve den e vallenan 5 3 . ¥ 3 ee
SKIDORNAN DEN parti occidental di Canada ta haya hopi excitacion

hundo, y trajectonan di ski spectacu- . : 3 ae aces
daneditidon ae ta un generalidad.| den seroenan di Alberta y British Columbia. E enscena ta Tonquin Valley

For di December pa Maart — y den den Jasper National Park, Alberta.
algun region te cerca fin di April —
e zonido di ski por worde tendi na
canto di seroenan di Alberta y Brit-
ish Columbia.

Skimento ta mas popular den e re-
gionnan di recreacion di Canada
Oriental y Occidental, y bishitante-
nan di e anja aki lo contra na tal lu-
garnan manera Banff, entrada pa e
terreno grandi di ski di Alberta cu ta
pasa cientos di milla pa nord di Jas-
per; Mount Revelstoke National
Park, den Selkirk Mountains di Brit-
ish Columbia; Hollyburn Ridge y
Grouse Mountain cerca di Vancouver,
y Forbidden Plateau ariba Vancou-
ver Island pa purba nan abilidad ari-
ba algun di e trajectonan di ski pre-
dilecto di Norte America.

Nan lo bai tambe e famoso Lauren-
tians di Quebec, Montreal, Quebec
City y Lac Beauport. Hopi lo selecta
Ontario, unda Toronto y puntonan
norte como Collingwood, districto
Huntsville, Muskoka, y Orangeville.







my Ls
SKIERS IN western Canada find plenty of thrills in the mountains of

Alberta and British Columbia. This scene is the Tonquin Valley in Jasper
National Park, Alberta.

niwaki, Fairy Lake y Ironsides. Ga-
tineaus — un region poco conoci na
skidornan di Estados Unidos ta fa-
cilmente accesible for di capital Ca- |
nades y cantidad di acomodacion di
primera clase ta disponible rond di
e ciudad y su ambiente.

Pero si bo ta tras di e sorto mas
spectacular di skimento na Norte
America, anto bo ta haye’le den e la-
mar occidental di montanja cu ta ke-
da den Alberta y British Columbia.
Banff, un ciudad den montanja den
Bow River Valley, y Jasper na Atha-
basca River ta resortenan durante
henter anja unda aficionadonan di ski
ta reuni na gran cantidad den in-
vierno.

Mount Norquay, halzando ariba
Banff, tin un trajecto na canto di s2-
roe di dos milla cu un caida vertical
di 2,800 pia. Skidornan y mirones ta
worde hiba pa e puntonan mas halto
cu un elevador gigante. For di aki





Canadian Hills di Quebec, cerca di) nan ta bini abao. Ora noche cerra
Ottawa y e fronteranan di Ontario, | floodlights ta cuminza cende, y naj;
ta furni un bon lugar di ski na Camp) banda tin lugar di practica pa tur
Fortune, Kingsmere, Wakefield, Ma- sorto di skidor.



ONE OF the great pleasures of ski-touring in the Canadian Rockies is a
pause for lunch with the glittering splendor of towering snow-covered
peaks as a backdrop.

UN Die placernan grandi di skimento den Canadian Rockies ta un pauze
pa come cu e splendor brillante di cumbrenan di montanja cubri cu nieve
formando un fondo.

HUNDREDS OF miles of ski trails a



ible temptation for a visi




MAYORIA DI e lodgenan di ski na Canada

bec’s Laurentian Mountains provide an almost irresist-
or. In the crisp clear air and
the bright snows is a combination of nature hard to beat.

March 29, 1958

ies Offer Snow, Skiing

Winter's magic is nowhere more compelling than in Canada, where
the snowtime scason in both east and west offers skiers plenty of sun-
shine, hospitality and snow to spare.

When winter comes to Canada, visitors flock by the thousands to the
mountain playgrounds of Alberta and British Columbia — regions un-

surpassed for scenery and spectacul-
ar ski terrain — and to the snow-clad
hills of Quebec and Ontario, to ski
in some of the most highly developed
winter sports regions in North Ame-
rica.

Snow, of course, is the prime ingre-
dient for Winter fun, and there is
plenty of it almost everywhere in
wintertime Canada.

As early as November in the Pro-
vince of Quebec the snow depth is
about three inches year after year,
and reaches a maximum of more than
30 inches in February. It maintains
a 15-inch level even in the middle of
March.

In Ontario,



too, snow conditions

|are consistently good. Even Toronto,

so near to New York State, gets bet-
ter than 61 inches in an avera
son, and in the more northe





n re-

|gions of the province powder snow

is constant through March.
The Canadian Rockies have an an-

nual snowfall of 130 inches and for |

striking scenery, the shining beauty
of th giant mountains towering
in the Winter sun is unsurpassed any-
where They have long been noted as
the North American center of Alpine
skiing. Powder snow lies 20 feet deep
among the rugged snow-clothed
peaks in the deep valleys, and spec-
tacuar two-mile downhill ski courses
commonplace. From December
through March even in some areas
until the end of April the swish of
skis can be heard on the mountain
slopes of Alberta and British Colum-
bia.

Skiing gets top billing in the re-
sort regions of Eastern and Western



are

rR
re

way

MOST OF Canada’s ski lodges have cabins like this to house visiting skiers

tin cabina manera esaki-.



nd slopes in Que-
rentian Mountains



|Canada, and snowtime visitors this
|year will rendezvous at such places
as Banff, entrance to Alberta’s great
ski playground that ranges hundreds
|of miles north beyond Jasper; Mount
|Revelstoke National Park, in the
| Selkirk Mountains of British Colum-
|bia; Hollyburn Ridge and Grouse
|Mountain near Vancouver, and For-
bidden Plateau on Vancouver Island
to try their skill on some of North
America's finest mountain runs.
They'll head, too, for the famed
Laurentians of Quebec, Montreal,
Quebec City and Lac Beauport near-
|by. Many will choose Ontario, where
| Toronto and points north such as Col-
lingwood, the Huntsville district,
|Muskoka, Orangeville, are favored.
The Gatineau Hills of Quebec, near
Ottawa and the bounderies of Onta-
rio, provide good skiing at Camp For-
tune, Kingsmere, Wakefield, Mani-
waki, Fairy Lake and Ironsides. The
Gatineaus — a region little known to
U.S. skiers is easily accessible
from the Canadian capital and plenty
lof first-class accommodation is avail-
able around the city and its environs.
| The most spectacular brand of
North American skiing, is found in
the western sea of mountains which
lie in Albrta and British Columbia.
Banff, a mountain town in the Bow
River Valley, and Jasper on the Atha-
basca River are both year-round re-
| sort towns and hotbeds





of ski en-
| the asm come winter.
| Mount Norquay, towering above

| Banff, has a two-mile downhill course

with a vertical drop of 2,800 feet
Skiers and spectators are carried to
the upper slopes of the mountain on
la giant chair lift. From here is the
| beginning of many an excellent down-
| hill run. Floodlights operate when
darkness comes, and nearby are prac-
tice slopes and runs for every type
of skier.

In the towns of Jasper and Banff
year-round accommodations are plen-
tiful. Jasper serves as the hub of ski
trails ranging through 4,200-square-
| mile Jasper National Park. The down-

hill course at the Whistlers, for in-
stance, drops 4,600 feet in three
miles, first through smooth Alplands























the timberline, and _ then

h open forest to the valley

or. Additional ski slopes have been
cleared on Whistler Mountain and
boulders and stumps removed so that
e llent skiing conditions are pos-
sible with a minimum of snow. In ad-
dition more than 100 miles of trail
have been laid out with cabins and
shelters placed at regular intervals



along many of them



‘TOS DI milla di trajecto di ski y cantonan di Lau-

di Quebec ta provee un tentacion casi



irresistible pa e bishitante. Den e aire claro y puro y e
nieve bunita tin un combinacion di naturaleza.









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CAPITAL AWARDS time was marked earlier this month by machinist accepts a check for FIs 600 from President O Min- winner shakes hands with Mr Mingus and at right C E
presentation of big checks to winners J De Cuba retired gus In the center picture Capt J B Fernando a FIs 500 Polak of the Technical Service collects a FIs 200 check
TEMPORADA DI premionan mayor di CYI tabata anterior- ganadornan J De Cuba machinist cu pension ta acepta un mei mei Capt J B Fernando un ganador di FIs 500 ta sa-
mente e luna aki na ocasion di presentacion di e checknan na e check di FIs 600 for di Presidente O Mingus Den e retrato gudi man di Sr Mingus Drechi C E Polak ta recibi su check
IN THE bottom row are the years biggest winners L T ceived FIs 1000 awards At right E Trimon gets his FIs 400 engraved with initials as a permanent reminder of the
Norton left and J J Arrindell center both of whom re check All award winners also received a silver belt buckle 1958 CYI capital award presentation by President Mingus
DEN E fila mas abao ta e ganadornan mas grandi di anja a recibi FIs 1000 Banda drechi E Trimon ta recibi su check di plata cu letranan di nan nomber aden como un recuerdo di
L T Norton robez y J J Arrindell centro cada un di cual di FIs 400 Tur ganadornan a recibi tambe un gespo di faha e presentacion
Annual CYI Capital Awards Made To Six
MingusTa Presenta Chech Three Employees Mingus Presents Checks
I Den Ceremonia Sorpresa Are Candidates In Surprise Ceremony
E raehor ideanan pa 1957 a worde recompensa cu checknan variando The best ideas of 1957 brought checks ranging from FIs 1000 to
for di FIs 1000 pa FIs 200 na nan originadornan na e presentacion For SPAC Posts FIs 200 to their originators at the annual presentation of Coin Your
anual di premionan mayor di Coin Your Ideas Ideas Capital Awards
Checknan a worde presenta door di Presidente O Mingus na seis era Seven employees have announced Checks were presented by President O Mingus to six employees at
pleado na ceremonianan atendi door di miembronan di directiva ehe- themselves as candidates for election ceremonies attended by members of executive management the CYI
cutivo CYI committee y un cantidad to the Special Problems Advisory
Committee and a large number of su- __
grandi di supervisornan Pa algun di Committee The primary election will
demonstra con un sugerencia una vez pervisors For some of the six the Polaks idea history demonstrates
e seisnan e presentacion a bini como take place April 2 and 3 the final Mr
ta worde observd cuidadosa presentation came as a surprise adopt
sorpresa como identidad di ganador adoptd April 9 and 10 how a suggestion once
nan di premionan mayor ta keda se mente pa futuro valor Su idea pa me since capital award winners identi ed is carefully observed for future
In order of service the
creto te na momento di e premionan hora e aparato cu ta worde usd pa company ties are generally kept secret right value His idea to improve the equip
Esnan cu a worde honrd den Clase test nachinan geweldo contra lek candidates for the two vacant non up to the minute of the awards ment used to test welded seams for
Netherlander seats are J M Hodge Honored in the Class I of
I di ideanan tabata J J Arrindell mento a recibi un premio inicial di group leaks received an initial award of
operator Process Department FIs FIs 50 na November 1956 Un anja assistant operator Process CLE suggesters were J J Arrindell ope FIs 50 in November 1956 A year
1000 J de Cuba machinist retird despues spaarmento cu no a worde 20 years seven months H Croes rator Process Department FIs later savings that were not foreseen
Mechanical Department FIs 600 previsto na tempo cu e idea a worde typist Mechanical Administration 1000 J De Cuba retired machinist at the time of adoption brought him
E Trimon levelman Process Department adopt a trece pe un premio suplemental 12 years seven months C Geerman Mechanical Department FIs 600 a supplemental award of FIs 400
FIs 400 y C E Polak di FIs 400 y awor su valor process helper Process CLE 10 E Trimon levelman Process Department and now its value is such that it earned
junior field inspector Technical Service ta tal cu el a gana un premio mayor years seven months G A Henri FIs 400 and C E Po a capital award
Department FIs 200 Otro ideanan honrd Sr De Cuba quez pipefitter helper Mechanical lak junior field inspector Technical Other ideas honored Mr De Cuba
Den Clase II supervisornan gana a sugeri un metodo mas eficiente pa Pipe seven years nine months M Service Department FIs 200 suggested a more efficient technique
dornan di premio tabata L T Norton grind valve seals na PCAR Su premio Pieters statistical typist Accounting-Service In Class II supervisors capital to grind valve seals at PCAR His
inicial na Mei 1956 tabata FIs award winners were L T Norton FIs-1000-
foreman Mechanical Department seven years four initial award in May 1956 was
FIs 1000 y Capt J B Fer 100 Sr Norton a sugeri pa instala months L B Petrocchi material foreman Machinist Mechanical De Mr Norton suggested install
nando tugmaster Marine Depart wege bao discharge header saddles di dispatcher Mechanical Storehouse partment FIs 1000 and Capt J ing wedges under dicharge header
ment FIs 500 compressor na AAR 2 cual lo reduci six years 10 months and M A Bis B Fernando tugmaster Marine Department saddles of compressors at AAR 2
mantenecion for di servicio FIs 500
y tempo lick junior distribution clerk Accounting-Material which reduced maintenance and
Premionan Inicial Esaki a un premio inicial di ini
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Den algun caso e ideanan ya a recibi FIs 300 y un premio suplemental di months one year Initial Awards tial award of FIs 300 and a supple
premionan suplemental ademas FIs 500 E idea di Capt Fernando ta In some cases these ideas had already mental award of FIs 500 Capt Fer
di inicial E idea di Sr Arrin Mr Hodge is running for re-election
pago bata
pa traha un dolphin na entrada received supplemental awards nandos idea was to build a dolphin
dell pa cambia lugar y combina control di haaf pa uso di remolcadornan cu ta in addition to the initial payment in the harbor entrance for use of
houses di low octane butane Both the primary and the final will
y trata cu bapornan cu ta drenta den Mr Arrindells idea to relocate and tugs handling inbound ships in a
plant a gana pe un premio inicial di be booth type elections Thirteen
un manera mas eficiente y seguro a combine the low octane and butane more efficient and safer manner was
FIs 2700 na December 1956 Sr Tri will be set
polling places through
worde up
acepta na December 1956 plant control houses earned him an accepted in December 1956- His
mon a worde pagd FIs 300 Mei the concession and will be each
na Como
algo nobo den e presenta open
initial award of FIs 2700 in Decem award then was FIs 700
1956 pa su idea y a recibi un premio cionnan e anja aki cada homber a recibi voting day from 630 am to 530 ber 1956- Mr Trimon was paid FIs As an innovation in the presentations
suplemental na Februari 1957 di FIs tambe un gespo di faha di plata pm 300 in May 1956 for his idea and received this year each man also re
1750 El a sugeri pa instala un linja cu nan letranan di nomber ariba como Election headquarters will be in a supplemental award in Fe ceived an initialed silver belt buckle
di fuel oil canto di e pitch line na bur un recuerdo permanente di e ocasion the SPAC office bruary 1957 of FIs 1750 He had sug as a permanent reminder of the
ner header na forno di combination Tambe tabata di promer vez cu Chairman of the election board is gested installing a fuel oil line along event It was also the first time that
units tur dos clase di ganadornan a recibi R E Frank and serving with him side the pitch line at burner header both classes of suggesters received
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March 29 1958
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Awards
Three promotions in Process-Utilities Supplemental
are effective this month W R
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS Moore was named shift foreman Lead February CYI Winners
ANTILLES BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD Utility Zone 2 and V A Baird and
Printed by the Aruba DrukkeriJ NV Neth Ant J W Farrell were advanced to assistant Two supplemental awards totaling FIs 760 and proving that ideas
shift foremen remain good formed the backbone of the February Coin Your Idea
Mr Moores Lago career began in awards Ticre vero 30 recipents of CYI checks worth FIs 1620
December 1938 when he started work L G Jaui3s Mechanical Garage earned FIs 510 for his improvement
to the shoes of the road sweeper and J B De Cuba picked up FIs 250
nPHH Hd
in supplemental ior nis suggestion
Safety Achievement Honored to improve the seating on elliot
strainers LOF
The complete list follows D Marquez FIs 30
Standard Oil Company Accounting E F Lo FIs 25
ISMBPWTIB IN KlVjlllir F Hernandez FIs- 30 Rec & Ship
00 Rockefeller Plaza
Miss E Williamson FIs 20 P L E Hodge FIs 60
Nk w Yoh k C 0.NY
Executive P Rec z Ship Install escape ladder
ATPBOUDFIT D Tromp FIs 50 at dock foremans office
TSD Combine forms PR 267 PR J van Dintcr FIs 40
March 4 1958 269 and PR 269 into one form Tech Serv
W R Moore V A Baird Eng
Gen Serv
as apprentice operator R Carty FIs 50
S A Wolff FIs 60
in LOF He Mech Yard
Gen Serv Lago Com Blind the Additional road improvement
moved to Utilities south of Gate No 8
opening which combined Lago Commissary
in few months
a office with Wholesale Lab No 1
and became an F Ras
D N Solomon FIs 35 FIs 30
Mr Odls Mingus operator there in
Lago Oil & Transport Co Ltd December 1941 Marine Nominates
M A Winklaar FIs 40 Jersey
Aruba Netherlands Antilles In August 1945 he
was made assistant Mechanical Wright For Board
Admin
Dear Odis shift foreman
Mr Baird has T P Viapree FIs 30 M A Wright coordinator of
I was very much pleased to learn that your spent all of his W E Ruiz FIs 20 world wide producing activities for
employees established in 1957 the best safety record of any nearly 30 vears of T P Viapree FIs 10 Standard Oil Company New Jer
year in the twenty nine year history of Lago Refinery This J W Farrell company service D C Martis FIs 10 sey has been designated a candidate
Is a particularly creditable performance since Lago employees in Utilities Starting in December Carpenter for election to the companys
had already attained a very high rank in safety among the free L R Wout FIs 25 board of directors This will increase
1928 as fireman in the powerhouse
worlds petroleum refineries in previous years Electrical membership on the board to 15
he served subsequently as process
controlman oiler and P Semeleer FIs 25 Mr Wright has been in the oil business
You and whole organization can feel helper opera
your since his graduation from Oklahoma
justly proud of this splendid achievement Please extend my tor helper In September 1941 he was Instrument A & M College with a degree
and J L Grovell Fls30
sincere congratulations to all your employees for their con promoted to assistant operator in civil engineering He began work
tinuing effort to maintain such a fine safety record to operator in December 1945 Machinist as a roustabout for Carter Oil Com
Beginning as a stevedore in the J B de Cuba FIs 250
pany In 1943 after working in various
Yard Department in May 1928 Mr supplemental
engineering posts for Carter he
Sincerely yours Farrell moved to Utilities in 1931 Mech Machine Improve seating
was named chief petroleum engineer
The jobs he has held there include elliot strainers
A year later he was assistant man
qIlw winchman fireman helper process Metal Trades
ager of the production department
helper controlman and operator helper W J E Wilson FIs 20
He moved in 1946 to Jersey Standard
In August 1940 he was promoted Pipe
as executive assistant in the
to assistant operator and was ad W A Koopman FIs 30 producing coordination department
vanced to operator in October 1948
Yard Between then and 1954 he was deputy
L G James FIs 510 coordinator of producing operations
Acomplicemento Seguridad Subryan Retires supplemental for Jersey executive vice president
From Storehouse Mech Garage Improvement to the of International Petroleum
shoes of the road sweeper Corp and executive vice president of
Standard Oil Company E O- Subryan head requistion J R Koolman FIs 30 Carter He was named to his present
IK W JT clerk in the Storehouse has left Aru Process post in 1954
Refining Coordination Departmknt ba preceding his retirement Aug 1- CLE
He will have over J E Francis FIs 40
30 Rockefeller Plaza New York 20 N Y
21 years of service I A Steele FIs 20
on his effective Cracking G G Corrington
date L Martines 2 @ FIs 25
G G Corrington assistant shift
Beginning work S B Francis FIs 20
March 3 1958 foreman Process CLE died
in April 1937 as
apprentice clerk Subryan ta Retira March 15- A native of the U S
Mr Corrington had over 30 years
Safety Record ruba
in Mechanical-
For di Storehouse of Lago service at the time of his
y Carpenter he was
death He is survived his widow
Airmail No 726 by
promoted in 1940 E O Subryan head requisition
and child
clerk na Storehouse a laga Aruba one
Mr Odis Mingus President to Junior Clerk
Lago Oil and Transport Co Ltd and transferred precediendo su pensionamento Aug
Aruba Netherlands Antilles A M the next year to 1 Ariba e fecha efectivo el lo tin mas
G G Corrington
i E D Subryan the storehouse He cu 21 anja di servicio
Dear Mr Mingus materials control Cuminzando na April 1937 como
was promoted to G G Corrington assistant shift
Through the ARUBA E33U NEWS of March 1st I have just learned that Lago clerk in June 1942 and was named apprentice clerk den Mechanical foreman Process CLE a muri
has again won the National Safety Contest for a refinery of its size head requisition clerk in Apiil 1946 Carpenter el a worde promovi na Maart 15 Un nativo di Estados
This is indeed a signal honor and one in which every Lago employee can He is a native of British Guiana 1940 pa junior clerk y e siguiente Unidos Sr Corrington tabatin
take great pride anja el a transferi pa storehouse El mas di 30 anja di servicio cu Lago
Ta Forma a worde promovi pa materials control na tempo di su morto El a laga
The record the few has been fine Jersey
Lago safety over past years a one
clerk na Juni 3942 y a worde nom atras su viuda y un yiu
This year however with a frequency rate of 061 and a build up of
Nobo bra head requisition clerk na April
over 05 million accident free manhours in one stretch of 180 days Afiliado
sets up a real record 1946 El ta nativo di British Guiana
Pa Experimentacion
The National Safety Council Contest is a very worthy competition and
one which it is of course a great satisfaction to win Back of this Standard Oil Company New Jersey
though is the even greater satisfaction of a job well done where the a anuncia formacion di un afiliado
pain and suffering following accidents has been reduced to an all time nobo di experimentacion pa pro
low duccion pa dirigi su actividadnan di
geologico geophy
Please accept my congratulations to the Lago organization and best wishes experimentacion
for an even better record in the future sico y di produccion cual previamen
te tabata worde haci segun contract
door di Carter Oil Company
E afiliado nobo cual lo ta conoci
Very truly yours
como Jersey Production Research
Company lo tuma over Carter Re
2 h rs-^-^-^*^-*-*^ search Laboratories cu awor ta na
Tulsa Oklahoma Tar patentnan
existente procesonan y combenionan
relaciona cu exploracion y produccion
lo worde encarga na e compania
nobo
Jersey Standard a bisa cu formacion
TWO LETTERS congratulating Lago and its employees on the top safety di e afiliado nobo a worde dicta
performance last year were received from New York recently Reflecting door di e aumenta grandi den crece SURROUNDED BY members of the Government pilot service and Lagos
organizational pride in the achievement the letters were from A T Proud mento y importancia pa e compania Marine Department Johan Wever left foreground is congratulated on
fit a director of Standard Oil Company New Jersey and C E Lanning y e industria di actividadnan di experimentacion his quarter century of government service by Harbormaster A Lastdrager
Lago vice president in Jerseys Refining Coordination Department di produccion Mr Wever a pilot boat driver has spent his career in the harbor service
DOS CARTA felicitando Lago y su empleadonan pa motibo di su excelente Esfuerzonan di e compania nobo in San Nicolas
actuacion di seguridad anja pasa a worde recibi recientemente for di New lo worde dirigi den direccion di desa- RONDONA DOOR di miembronan di servicio di loods di gobierno y di
York Reflehando orguyo di e organizacion den e acomplecimento e carta royo di metodonan mas eficiente y Marine Department di Lago Johan Wever robez adilanti ta worde felicita
nan tabata di A T Proudfit un director di Standard Oil Company New economico di haya y produci azeta y cu su cuarto siglo di servicio door di Havenmeester A Lastdrager Sr We
Jersey y C E Lanning vice presidente di Lago den Refining Coordination coordinacion di tal trabao cu afilia ver un stuurman di boto di loods a pasa su carera trahando den haaf di
Department di Jersey donan di Jersey aki y pafor San Nicolas
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March 29 1938 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
Tres Promovi
Den Process Utilities
Tres promocion den Process Utili
ties ta bira efectivo e luna aki W R
Morrc a worde nombra shift foreman
????? mllJISw mL fluf I 7 J W Farrell a worde avanza pa as
sistant shift foreman
Carera di Sr Moore cu Lago a cuminza
na December 1938 tempo cu el
a cuminza como apprentice operator
na LOF El a pasa pa Utilities dentro
di algun luna y a bira operator aya
na December 1911 Na Augustus 1945
el a bira assistant shift foreman
Sr Baird a pasa casi tur su 30 an
ja di servicio cu compania den Utili
ties Cuminzando na December 1928
como fireman den powerhouse el a
traha subsequentemente como process
helper controlman oiler y ope
rator helper Na September 1941 el a
worde promovi pa assistant operator
y pa operator na December 1945
EXAMINING THE certificate that stands for 30 years of service are F E Cuminzando como stevedore den
Griffin who last month got one of his own and Juan R Koolman fcman Yard Department na Mei 1928 Sr
Mechanical Yard who had just received this one BROAD SMILES and congratulations greet the entry of Harold W Hum Farrel a pasa pa Utilities na 1931 E
EXAMINANDO E certificado cu ta representa 30 anja di servicio ta F E phreys left into the ranks of 30 year men He is process foreman With ocupacionnan di aya ta inclui winch
Griffin kende luna pasa a haya un di su mes y Juan R Koolman foreman him are R C Baum center and K E- Springer man fireman helper process helper
Mechanical Yard kende a caba di recibi esun aki SONRISA GRANDI y felicitacion ta acompanja entrada di Harold W controlman y operator helper Na
Humphreys robez den fila di hombernan cu 30 anja di servicio El ta pro Augustus 1940 el a worde promovi pa
cess foreman Ilunto cu ne ta R C Baum centro y K E Springer assistant operator y a worde avanza
pa operator na October 1948
-Year Men Honored SERVICE AWARDS
Fof Long Lago Service 30 Year Buttons
Juan R Koolman Mech Yard
Four 30 year employees received the emblems of long service in a H W Humphreys Process
series of award ceremonies in the past two weeks Conrad Simon Mech Pipe
Juan R Koolman foreman Mechanical Yard received certificate P J Bakker Acctg
and emblem from Executive Vice President F E Griffin Feb 28 H W
20 Year Buttons
Humphrey process foreman also got his from Mr Griffin March 5
Conrad Simon completed 30 years of Bernard Williams Proc CLE
service March 5 and was honored Eugene L Sjaw A Kian Proc CLE
I flMiii WgaXtt \ Siete Empleado for it in Management Staff and P J Jack Aloicio D Alexander Proc CLE
P van Vuurden ProcCLE
Bakker rounded out his long service
Ta Candidato Pa March 25 Edward A Withfield Proc Utilities
Mr Koolman began his service in Juan S- Solognier Mech Pipe
Eleccion di SPAC
Lionel A
February 1928 in the Labor Department Asin Mech Boiler
Siete empleado a anuncia nan can and worked in such jobs as Inocencio Croes Mech Pipe
didatura pa eleccion di Special Problems tractor operator track walker driv Jacques R Lo Fo Sang Mech Boiler
Advisory Committee E eleccion er locomotive driver tradesman and Lawson Moore Mech Machinist
primario lo tuma lugar April 2 corporal He worked in the Building Guillaume A Aarndell Mech Garage
y 3 e final April 9 y 10 and Maintenance Department for Jules A Abrahams Mech Storehouse
Segun cantidad di servicio cu cdm some years and returned to the Yard Ridley Andrews Gen Serv Ste wards
pania e candidatonan pa e dos pues Department in 1944 His 30 years of Godfrey E Cornet Gen Serv Maint
1 Hato iiiill tonan Holandes vacante ta J M service have been reached without a & Serv
r Hodge assistant operator Process deductible absence John C L Richardson Gen Serv
CLE 20 anja siete luna H Croes Before coming to Lago in November Commissary
CONRAD SIMON of the Pipe Shop accepts his certificate and emblem of typist Mechanical Administration 1930 Mr Humphreys had four John A Smith Marine Harbor
30 years of service from Executive Vice President F- E Griffin at the 12 anja siete luna C Geerman process years of service with Standard Oil Floating Equipm
Management Staff meeting of March 4 helper Process CLE 10 anja Company Indiana His first Aruba Herbert Davidson Ind Rel
CONRAD SIMON di Pipe Shop ta acepta su certificado y emblema di 30 siete luna G A Henriquez pipefitter job was refinery apprentice in Process-Acid Felix S- Coronel Medical
anja di servicio for di Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F E Griffin na reunion helper Mechanical Pipe siete an & Edel In 1932 he was operator Alejandrino Maduro TSD Lab
di Management Staff Maart 4 ja nuebe luna M Pieters statistical and later tradesman He was Dirk van der Linden TSD-Engineer-
typist Accounting Service siete an promoted to shift foreman July 1 ing
ja cuatro luna L B Petrocchi material 1939 and to process foreman in January Thomas V Malcolm Esso Research
dispatcher Mechanical-Storehouse 1952 & Engineering
Honra Pa
Empleadonan seis anja 10 luna y M A Bis Mr Simon who began work in Fe Johan D Schendstok Medical
lick junior distribution clerk Accounting-Material bruary 1928 worked for two years
10 Year Buttons
Servicio Largo na Lago un anja nuebe at the dry dock He transferred to
Leonard F Mellow Gen Serv Maint &
luna Mechanical Pipe in March 1930 and Serv
Cuatro empleado cu 30 anja di servicio completa e marca di servicio largo Sr Hodge ta corre pa re eleccion he has remained there ever since His Alfred B Th Milton Gen Serv Dining
Hall
a recibi e emblemanan di servicio aki Maart 25 Presidente di e junta electoral ta present occupation is pipefitter A Louis Th Dunfries Gen Serv Crafts
largo den ceremonianan cu a Sr Koolman a cuminza su servicio R E Frank y hunto cu ne ta G V and he is 49 years old Gilberto Paesch Yard
Max E Emanuels Electrical
tuma lugar den ultimo dos siman na Februari 1928 den Labor Depart Roos y C Vrolijk Mr Bakker received his service Alfred G Williams Carpenter
Juan R Koolman foreman Mechanical-Yard ment y a traha den ocupacionnan awards in a special Accounting Department Venancio Croes Pipe
Limburg A Leonard Machinist
a recibi certificado y emblema manera tractor operator track-walk ceremony March 25 His Concepcion Ras Blacksmith
for di Vice Presidente F E er chofer chofer di locomotief New Arrivals first job with Lago was the Stores Gustavo M Stephania Pipe
Charles I Dinzey Process LOF
Griffin Feb 28 H W Humphrey process tradesman y corporal El a traha den Department beginning March 26 James S Branham Mech Machinist
foreman tambe a recibi di dje Building & Maintenance Department 1928 In May 1929 he moved over to Robert E Boyack Mech -Admin
Allan T Willis Mech Storehouse
for di Sr Griffin Maart 5 Conrad den anjanan 1939 44 y a bolbe Yard TROMP Leandro March S Mech 6 Machine A the Accounting Department where he Herre Oppenhuizen Lago Police
Simon a completa 30 anja di servicio Department Su 30 anja di servicio son Humphrey Leandro is now customs clerk His service has Carl F Halusa Accounting
Pablo A Croes
Accounting
Maart 5 y a worde honrd pa esey den a worde alcanza sin ningun ausencia CHRISTIAANS Hyacintho B TSD Pro- no deductible absences Dorothy B Lau Accounting
cess A son Victorino Jacinto
Management Staff y P J Bakker a deductible JACK Reynold O Public Relations A
Promer cu el a bini Lago na November daughter Lona Alida
Jersey Ta Nombra 1930 Sr Humphreys tabatin QUANT Mario Lago March Comm 7 A son Tho
cuatro anja di servicio cu Standard mas Roberto
den Oil Company Indiana Su March 9
Wright Directiva promer
MADURO Jacobo TSD Eng A daughter
trabao na Aruba tabata refinery apprentice Lucrecia Catharina
M A Wright coordinator di acti na Process Acid & Edel Na March 11
13ROWN Albert E Esso Dining Hall A
vidadnan di
produccion den mundo 1932 el tabata operator y despues daughter Trescavena Evelyn
pa Standard Oil Company New Jersey tradesman El a worde promovi pa March 12
a worde designd como candidato shift STAHLFELD Donald L TSD Process A
foreman Juli 1 1939 y pa pro son Eric Rolf
pa eleccion den junta di directiva di cess foreman na Januari 1952 March 13
e compania Sr Simon kende a cuminza traha PEREZ Vicente L Mech Machine A
Sr Wright tabata den negoshi di na Februari 1928 a traha dos anja na HAD daughter AWAY Owen Lourdes- Rec Bernadetta& Ship A son
azeta desde su graduacion di Oklahoma dry dock El a transferi pa Mechanical-Pipe Wayne Milton Anthony
A & M College cu un grado den March 14
na Maart 1930 for di
y e NEDD Earlin Esso Dining Hall A son
civil engineering El a cuminza traha tempo el a keda ey Su ocupacion actual Alberto Alfonso
Carter Oil FARO Dominico T Mech Boiler A son
pa
Company promer ta pipefitter A y el tin 49 anja Ivan Alexander
Na 1946 el a pasa pa Jersey Standard di edad HAZLEWOOD Jemmott E Mech Store
como executive assistant house A daughter Margaret Suzette
den Sr Bakker a recibi su emblemanan
March 15
producing coordination department den un ceremonia special den Accounting ILLIS Claudio A Mech Electrical A
ERIC SOBRYAN closing out a Lago career of nearly 21 years has a retirement
Entre
daughter Nereida Felicia
e tempo y 1954 el tabata de
Department Maart 25 Su KELLY Cristobal Mech Carpenter A luncheon with friends and Storehouse supervisors From left
puty coordinator di operacionnan di promer trabao cu Lago tabata den daughter Swinda Olivia V L Baker G Lawrence Mr Sobryan W H Harth K Soobrian A
produccion McKENZIE L Utilities A
pa Jersey vice presidente Stores Department cuminzando Augustus -
ehecutivo di daughter Rose Isabel Medera and J M Adams
International Petroleum Maart 26 1928 Na Mei 1929 el a pa March 16 ERIC SOBRYAN cerrando un careda na Lago di casi 30 anja tin un
vice
Corp y presidente ehecutivo di sa pa Accounting Department unda BRIESEN Benedicto Mech Garage A
Carter Na 1954 el son Michael comemento di despedida cu amigonan y supervisornan di Storehouse Di
a worde nombra awor el ta customs clerk
Su
den servicio March 17 robez W L Baker G Lawrence Mr Sobryan W- II Harth K- Soobrian
su posicion actual no tin ausencianan deductible FLANDERS Ambrocius A G Mech
Garage A son Gabriel Ambrosio A Medera y J- M- Adams
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
March 29 1938
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ETTA WILLIAMSON BILL CASEY BEA SHAVER DEAN THOMPSON EILEEN TURNER
The waning years of the 19th century provided days of old if only for a night or two is the
the people of the United States with a period as ambitious endeavor of theatre groups the coun
frivolous and fun loving as perhaps any era during try over To bring back a dash of the Gay Nineties
the countrys young carefree and sometimes was the object in mind when Ev Biddle of
violent history They are affectionately recalled the Medical Department assembled cast costumes
as the Gay Nineties and gay they were and comics for the showing of Hoop
those years from 1890 to 1900 It marked the Skirts and Bustles He succeeded The Nineties
end of a century during which a new and grow were relived in song dance fun and dress
ing country had been exploited by adventurers spangled and bustled but all beautiful the
pioneers industrial and financial moguls nights of March 5 and 6 A cast of over 100 persons
fought over by soldiers land owners ranchers lent their talents in song instrumentation
cowboys and indians The country was growing antics and dance The Gay Nineties chorus alone
it had emerged from the rough and tumble trials was composed of 41 voices directed by Jan Koul
of exploration and settlement and was now man Behind the scenes were those who assisted
ready to develop a lighter side of its peoples in sound staging direction make up and costuming
culture It came forth strongly and quite boisterously All of it ran the gamut of those fabulous
in song and dance Music halls across years from the efforts of the very proper chan
the country rang with degrees of music in teuse lamenting the plight of her vainglorious
both volume and quality while people sang brother done in by his own vanity and naughty
and danced rejoiced or cried with lilting sopranos women to the racy jokes of breezy comics and
and doubled up with laughter at the high kicks of leggy Can Can girls Many of the
antics of minstrel comics To bring back those performers are shown in these pictures
CAN CAN DANCERS ANN ORR JESSIE WIMMERS EILEEN H
VV 1 -3g lWi I jiV BV s M IBbMc fiJUf
MUCH ACTION takes place behind the scenes during
intermission With flickering stage lights throwing
eerie shadows actors and actresses gather about to
talk compliment advise prepare for the second half
and in some cases re do make up that may have been
too heavy perhaps too light Coverage of a show
wouldnt be complete without the bright on stage JIM and JOYCE QUITTER
shots and these glances behind the curtain
leJ3jfeJ3BBHl BARBARA MALCOLM and ANN ORR VAL LEARNE1
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March 29 1958 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
^ y ? ANGELINA SMIT LEO ECHTELD EMALIE JANSON JOHN STRITCH DOTTIE LISOT
E anjanan conclusive di siglo 19 a furni hen e dianan di tempo bieuw pa solamente un noche
denan di Estados Unidos un periodo raes alegre of dos ta esfuerzo ambicioso di gruponan di tea
cu podiser cualkier otro era den historia hoben tro den henter e pais Pa trece un sabor di Gay
sin dificultad y a la vez violente di e pais Nan Nineties tabata obheto den mente di Ev Biddle
ta worde afeccionadamente recorda como Gay di Medical Department cu su comedia presen
Nineties y en realidad nan tabata alegre tando Hoeplo Saya y Busto El tabatin exito
e anjanan for di 1890 pa 1900 Nan tabata mar E anjanan a worde rebiba den canto baile ale
ca fin di un siglo durante cual un pais nobo y gria y bistir e anochinan di Maart 5 y 6 Un
creciente a worde explota door di aventurero grupo di mas cu 100 persona a presta nan ta
pionero gigantenan industrial y financiero lento den canto instrumentacion kenshi y baile
bringa door di soldadonjonan di terra ranche E koor di Gay Nineties solamente tabata con
ro cowboy y indionan E pais tabata crece; el a sisti di 41 voz bao direccion di Jan Koulman
sali for di e pruebanan duro di exploracion y es Tras di enscena tabatin esnan cu a asisti den zo
tablecemento y awor tabata cla pa desaroya un nido actuacion direccion make up y bistir
banda mas liher di e cultura di e hendenan El a Henter e epoca a pasa na revista for di e propio
bini ariba cu fortaleza den canto y baile Sala chanteuse lamentando suerte di un ruman vicia
nan di musica den henter e pais tabata rezona cu vanidad cu a cai pa su mes vanidad pa e chas
cu musica tanto den cantidad como calidad conan y kenshinan comico y baile di can can
mientras hendenan tabata canta y baile alegra Hopi di e actuadornan ta worde munstra den e
of lamenta hunto cu sopranonan y hari barica retratonan adhunto den nan actonan durante
yen pa kenshinan di comiconan Pa bolbe trece dos anochi pa un audencia masha grandi
IL BARBARA MALCOLM BEATRICE HAYES JEAN STRITCH
HOPI ACCION ta tuma lugar tras di enscena durante MmsBS6tiSiSvzBii9BBg2msm m liiHBBa
e pauze Cu luznan brillante di teatra bentando som
branan actor y actriznan ta reuni pa papia compli
menta conseha prepara pa e segunda parti y den al
gun caso pa drecha make up cu por tabata mucho
pisa podiser mucho liher Reportaje di un show lo no
BILL HOCHSTUHL and JAKE FREUNDEL ta completo sin e retratonan coloroso ariba enscena
rio y tambe e vistanan aki tras di cortina
ri r -'* hs -a jg $ fy js \ syi p miMmi
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
March 29 1938
Na Virginia
Jamestown Colony A Sobrevivir
D Invierno Indiannan y Hamber
a Tempo cu Reina Elizabeth II a bishita Estados Unidos anja pasa el a
honra memoria di 101 aventurero cu a sali for di Londres 350 anja pasa
E hombernan aki manda door di Virginia Company of London a funda
e promer establecimento Ingles den Mundo Nobo Como un grupo e
colonistanan aki no tabata bon prepara pa biba den un comunidad pio
nero mucho menos pa traha un co- .
Ionia of funda un nacion nobo
a Cifranan ta munstra cu tabatin 12 pueblonan Indio den cercania pa cum
peon algun carpinter un sastre un pra of pidi alimento Tambe el a lo
barbero un mesla un smld y un domi gra laga tur e hombernan traha
Ademas tabatin mas cu 50 cu tabata Bao di su direccion duro pero fir
califica nan mes como caballero me hopi projectonan necesario a wor
kende no tabatin paracion ni ocupa de completa y e colonia a prospera
cion Maske algun di nan a yuda pa En efecto probablemente el tabata
ga c ventura tur a bini en busca di e unico di e grupo kende a realiza cu
placer y aventura e rikeza di c pais nobo no tabata oro
Nan tras barconan chikito Susan y plata pero su mondinan y terranan
Constant Godspeed y Discovery a fertil Pesey el a planta trigo ariba
worde ultraha door di horcan di invierno terrenonan pafor di e forti el a cu
o ariba Atlantico casi cuatro lu minza un fabrica di glas y a barca
na laigo y e viajeronan f atiga a drief carganan grandi di palo pa Ingla
rond un luna mas promer cu nan a terra
selecta e sitio pa nan lugar nobo di Ora Smith a bolbe Inglaterra despues
biba di un desgracia asina hopi di
Por fin na Mei 1607 nan a mara su hendenan a muri di hamber y ma
nan barconan na palonan canto di un leza cu e invierno di 1609 1610 ta co
Early Colony Endured Hard Struggles rio Nan a yamele The James se noci como tempo di murimento Y
When Queen Elizabeth II visited the U S last year she paid tribute Since the location of Jamestown gun nan rey y dos puntonan saliente tabata solamente yegada di e gober
di e baai a bira Cape Henry Cape nador nobo net na tempo cu alimento
to the memory of 104 adventurers who left London 350 years ago These was so unhealthful there was talk of y
fresco y hendenan nobo cu a preveni
men sent by the Virginia Company of London founded the first permanent abandoning it But it was not until Charles segun su dos yiunan Jamestown di muri
limpi
English settlement in the New World 1698 when a second disastrous fire E sitio cu nan a selecta mas of menos
As a group those colonists were ill fitted for life in a pioneer com all but wiped out Jamestown proper 30 milla pariba canto di e rio Ora nan a descubri cu tabaco ta
tabatin bunita haaf hundo tabata crece na abundancia na Virgina e colonistanan
munity much less for building a colony that its records were moved to un y
facil defende Maske istmo por fin a haya un articulo
nation food Plantation 7 miles pa e
or founding a new so was scarce Middle away
Records show there were 12 laborers Many of the men didnt want to do The site of Jamestown reverted pa continente no a laba afor sino te cu a asagura nan exito economico
Plantacionnan extende canto di is
a few carpenters a tailor a bar their share of the work necessary to then to plantations For many years un siglo despues nan a yama e lugar a
la segun tabata bini colonistanan no
ber a mason a blacksmith and a keep the communal colony functioning the only visible sign of this once Jamestown Island
bo y nan tabata yega te New Towne
clergyman There were also more There was also continual wrang thriving community was the old ivy Pero nan no a pensa cu e sitio abao
Middle Plantation
than 50 who styled themselves ling for leadership covered church tower and a few yen di moeras por ta insanitario of y
gentlemen who were shiftless It was then that Captain John crumbling grave markers cu e awa ey banda no por ta bon Y Como e sitio di Jamestown tabata
idle men without an occupation Al Smith showed his ability as a leader The tower is part of the building den menos cu seis luna mas cu mitar asina insanitario tabatin idea pa ban
though some had helped finance the and became governor Many times erected in 1639 Its three-foot-thick di e grupo tabata dera den graf den donele Pero no tabata te 1698 tempo
un candcla desastroso casi a des
venture all had come along for what when the colonists were on the verge walls have stood up under more than mondi
adventure and fun they might find of starvation he personally made three centuries of wind rain and Mientras e Indionan tabata gene trui Jamestown por total cu su ar
chivonan worde hibd Middle
Their three tiny ships the Susan trips to nearby Indian villages to buy wars destructive forces Well above ralmente carinjoso promer ora e colonistanan a pa
Plantation 7 milla leuw-
Constant the Godspeed and the Dis or beg supplies He also succeeded in standing height peep holes wide on tabata biba den continuo mas
covery had been tossed about by getting all the men to work the inside but narrowed to slits on miedo di atake- Nan a yega mucho E sitio di Jamestown mes a worde
winter storms on the Atlantic for Under his sometimes harsh but the outer side of the thick walls -enabled laat pa planta y pesey cuminda tabata ocupa door di plantacion Hopi anja
about four months and the weary firm management many necessary thoes first white settlers to scars largo e unico senjal visible di e comunidad
travelers had drifted about for nearly projects were completed and the colony defend themselves successfully Hopi di e hombernan no kier a haci un tempo prospero tabata e
toren bieuw di misa cubri mata
another month before they select prospered In fact he was prob against their fickle Indian neighbors e parti di traoao cu ta toca nan pa cu
gd the site for their new home ably the only one of the group who who were friends one day and savage mantene e comunidad Y tambe con berde y algun marca di graf
Finally in May of 1607 they moored realized that the new countrys maniacs the next tinuamente tabatin pleito pa manda E toren ta parti di e edificio erigi
their ships to trees on the broad wealth wasnt gold and silver but its Today the peaceful countryside E tempo aki Captain John Smith na 1639- Su murayanan di tres pia
bank of a river They named it The forests and rich lands Consequently tells no tales of the struggle and a munstra su abilidad como lider y a diki a wanta mas cu tres siglo di
James for their king and the two h2 planted wheat on lands outside hardship endured by these men who bira gobernador Hopi vez mientras biento yobida y forza destructivo di
projecting points of the bay became the fort started a glass factory and carved out a way of life which the e colonistanan tabata na punto di mu guerra- Un poco mas na halto cu un
Cape Henry and Cape Charles for shipped loads of logs back to Eng rest of the world envies today ri el personalmente a haci viaje pa hende por yega buraconan hancho
his two sons land paden pero delega pafor di e muraya
The site they selected about 30 When Smith returned to England diki tabata permiti e colonialista
miles up the river had a fine deep after an accident so many died from Our Cars And Ancient Animals nan bianco pa defende nan mes cu
exito contra Indian di
harbor and was easy to defend Al hunger and disease that the winter nan bicinjanan
though the isthmus to the mainland of 1609 10 is known as the starving A crew had completed the drilling Some oil bodies lie fairly passive mal beis cu un dia tabata amigo y e
wasnt washed out until about a century time And it was only the timely ar of an oil well in Oklahoma Two of as though resigned to their fate otro salvaje enemigo
later they called their site rival of the new governor with fresh the crew were swabbing When the drill bit finally breaks in Awe e pacifico sitio aki no ta ofre
Jamestown Island supplies of men and food which prevented Suddenly there was an explosion upon their subterranean slumbers ce indicacion di e lucha y miseria su
But they failed to think that the complete abandonment of A spark from an electric motor had the oil has to be coaxed out with a fri door di e hombernan aki cu a es
tablece modo di bida resto di
un
cu
low swampy land might be unhealth Jamestown ignited gas from the well pump
mundo ta envia
ful or that the water supply might When they found that tobacco Flames enveloped the two men who But other pools are more active awe
not be good And so in less than six would grow luxuriantly in Virginia were swabbing Shrieking in pain With tremendous pressure of gas
months about half the group were the colonists finally had a staple and terror the two men leaped away and water upon it the oil is pushed How The Paper
buried in wilderness graves commodity which assured them of from the flames The rest of the relentlessly against a solid forma
While the Indians were generally economic success Plantations ex crew pounced on them and wrapped tion Then comes the day that the Clip Got Started
friendly at first the colonists lived in panded along the coast as new settlers them tightly in canvas smothering probing bit of some oil driller breaks
continual fear of attack They had came into areas called New the flames and saving their lives into the prison chamber The young bank clerk frowned at
arrived too late to plant spring crops Towne and Middle Plantation To some drilling for oil is a thrilling Almost with a roar of joy the oil the papers on his desk In reaching
and glamorous business In reality bursts forth through the opening for one he had disarranged the whole
it often is hard work and hazardous making what is known as a gusher pile If there were only some way to
A gusher is capable of flowing many hold the groups of papers together-
Wit But there is a certain fascination thousands of barrels of oil per day Suddenly a memory sprang into
in probing the earth to see what But not all wells are oilers Many the young mans mind He had been
treasures it contains wells come in as gas wells and this only 17 years old at the time But he
?*--.^^.Mi tt chhj^ _q.-fIefIrviCxl-r*'>^* ^**-~*-"'/ A /y-vn M VLtUf HiV Will there be oil or will it be an gas is piped to many parts of the recalled clearly his fathers brown
d / Z AV IUCIDlEIw
other costly dry hole country to be used as fuel fingers twisting a bit of wire into a
How thick will the oil formation certain pattern Samuel Clip the
be What will be the gravity of the young bank clerks father was a
oil? Will it be a flowing well? farmer but his son remembered how
IN 1Q03 PRESENT TEDDY jjg T Only the drill bit can answer these skillful he had been with his hands
ROOSEVELT ESTAusHepEBggW \ <~^~^~^~~ and other questions For oil is where The young bank clerk borrowed a
THE FIRST IRD RZtUGEdBSWvWm you find it hair pin from his mother and tried to
AT PELICAN l5LAMPgPM w Pools of oil began forming ages remember how that bit of wire had
IN infclNUlAN r2Z3pBufflijW crMilli ago Ancient seas rolled over the been twisted by his fathers hands
land eventually subsided and years It was several days later that his
later returned And every time there employer spoke approvingly of the
clerks desk You dont seem
was a flood sediment was deposited young
Various formations were laid to have papers scattered all over
down Some of the limestone and he said How do you manage that
sand formations were porous enough WCJ The bank clerk showed him a small
jrJcj ?> contrivance of twisted wire that
fg-i-3-yy-Vf- UFZ ANPfRS KEEP to hold oil
THHLUE JAY75 CANNIBALISTIC MILKINSOUPl- Oil is thought to be decayed animal neatly held groups of papers together
HAIT OF ROBBING TH NESTS OF FIEP CHUNKS AND matter or a combination of de There is the answer
OTHER BIFIPS HAVE MAPE HIM THOR SIBERIANS RJY cayed animal and vegetable matter And what do you call that useful
HATEP -SPECTACLE FROZEN MILK Crude oil is a rather thick fluid Some item asked the employer-
OUGHLY FEAREP AND IN RE i his father the
oils contain paraffin and some contain Remembering
RD SOCIETY BYTHE clerk replied Its a paper
young
LOAF- asphalt Oil men sometimes men
tion oil as being sweet or sour Clip sir
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March 29 1938 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
New York Yankees
Ta Farorito
Atrobe Na 1958
Tur principio di temporada New
York Yankees ta estableci como e
favoritonan pa gana e pennant di Li-
ga Americana y na fin di tur mane
ra ta di spera nan ta presenta den
Serie Mundial E anja aki no ta un
Hkt ESISBgjfif su 0iyvapjSlBsgHSy TBflflFtfiTWBB
excepcion
Di regreso atrobe casi sin excepcion
ta e mes line up cu a termina
8 V2 wega adilanti di resto di e liga
Esnan cu falta ta e caranan familiar
di Jerry Coleman e gran infielder y
Tommy Byrne e venerable pitcher
Mientras ta cos di loco pa bisa cu
Coleman lo no worde falta Manager
Casey Stengel e genio envejecido tin
algun brillante y hoben infielders ta ^ *?*> CSr i 3-3fcA
bini ariba e anja aki y cualkier di
BASEBALL GETS started in the Lago Park
nan por yena e vacature Tom Car Sport League competition
roll y Fritz Brickell entre nan already begun will last to July and will offer games every night of the
Ryne Duren y Mark Freeman ta week except Saturday and Sunday
parce di ta e mehor prospectonan entre BASEBALL TA cuminza den Lago Sport Park Competicion den liga cual
Yanks Favored Again e pitchernan nobo Duren a gana a cuminza caba lo dura te Juli y lo ofrece weganan tur anochi den siman
13 perde dos anja pasa cu Denver y excepto Diasabra y Diadomingo
Every spring1 the New York Yankees Mantle is reported in better shape Freeman tabata 12 6 cu e mes club
are established as the favorite to than ever before and Berra is expected Na otro camina tambe e club ta
win the American League pennant to bounce back after a miserable munstra potente Mantle ta worde LSP Baseball Baseball Ta
and every fall as expected they season Hank Bauer is a fixture den mehor condicion
reporta cu nun Play Be nm Cuniiza LSP
show up in the World Series This in right field and the left fielder will ca antes y Berra probablemente ta &~ na
year is no exception probably be hulking Norm Siebern bai recuperando despues di un temporada There will be baseball in Lago Lo tin baseball den Lago Sport
Back almost without exception is who hit 349 last year at Denver Bill miserable Hank Bauer ta un Sport Park every night except Saturday Park tur anochi excepto Diasabra
the same lineup that finished 8V2 Skowron 304 last year is back at figura fiho den right field y e left and Sunday from now until y Diadomingo for di awor
games in front of the rest of the league first base Gil McDougald will be at fielder probablemente lo ta Norm the end of July Competing will be te fin di Juli Lo tin 15 equipo pa com
Missing are the familiar faces of second and Tony Kubek at short Siebern kende a bati 349 anja pasa 15 teams in the A and B Divisions peti den Divisionnan A y B y tres
Jerry Coleman the great infielder Third is up for grabs by Carey Lum na Denver Bill Skowron 304 anja and three in the Junior Division equipo den division junior
and Tommy Byrne the venerable pe and Richardson For 1958 its the pasa ta atrobe na primera base Gil All games will begin at 715 pm Tur weganan lo cuminza pa 715
pitcher While it would be folly to same old story McDougald lo ta na segunda y Tony and will be called at 1015 Junior pm y lo termina 1015- Weganan di
say that Coleman wont be missed With a veteran pitching staff backed Kubek na short Di tres ta bai entre Division games will start at 445 p m junior division lo cuminza pa 445
Manager Casey Stengel the wizened up by newcomers of high promise Carey Lurnpe y Richardson Pa 1958 Two leagues make up the A Division Dos liga ta forma e division A La
genius has a number of bright eyed and with a powerful batting attack ta e mes un storia di costumber the Lago and the Esso Teams go y Esso Equiponan den di promer
and bushy tailed infielders coming up the Yankees will be out to make in the former are Leones Los Gigan ta Leones Los Gigantes Monterrey
this year and any one of them might mince meat out of American League tes Monterrey Dodgers and Radar Dodgers y Radar Equiponan di Esso
fill the gap Tom Carroll and Fritz competition but it wont be easy First of Series Esso Leagues teams are San Nicolas League ta San Nicolas Giants Heinekens
Brickell among them The memory of last years World The picture and story about the Giants Heinekens Socotoro Stars Socotoro Stars Oranje Boom
Ryne Duren and Mark Freeman Series defeat by the Milwaukee New York Yankees is the first in Oranje Boom and NBC B Division y NBC Equiponan di Division B ta
seem to be the best bets among the Braves still rankles and the Yank a series of features on the coming teams include Rio Boys Chicago inclui Rio Boys Chicago WTiite Sox
new pitchers Duren won 13 lost 2 ees want revenge There are many baseball season Future articles White Sox Three Stones Bordo Three Stones Bordo Boys y Babe
last year with Denver and Freeman baseball experts who are freely predicting will describe the prospects of Boys and Babe Ruth The Junior Division Ruth E division junior tin San Nicolas
was 12 6 with the same club a similar Yankee Brave series other major league baseball teams has the San Nicolas Juniors Juniors Amstel Young Boys y
Elsewhere the club looks potent this fall Amstel Young Boys and Salem Boys Salem Boys
Official 1958 National League Baseball Schedule
At At At At At At At At At At At At At At At At
I Cinn Milw Phila Pitts Chi L A St L S F Cinn Milw Phila Pitts Chi L A St L S F
Tues Apr 15 j Phlla iPitts I I I I ChlcagoL A
Wed Apr 16 LA Tues July 8 ALL STAR GAME AT BALTIMORE
Thur Apr 17 Pitts .'.....'. Chicago l a ...!!!! Wed July 91 1 1 1 1 iMllw I I
Frl Apr 18 Milw Cincinnati St Louis S F Thur July 10 Pitts Milw Phlla Cinn
Sat Apr 19 Milwaukee Cincinnati St Louis S F Fri July 11 Pitts Milwaukee Phila Cincinnati
Sun Apr 20 Milwaukee Cincinnati St Louis S F Sat July 12 Phila Cincinnati Pitts Milwaukee
Mon Apr 21 Cinn Milw Sun July 13 Phila2 Clnn2 ... Pltts2 ... Milwaukee
Tues Apr 22 Milwaukee Chicago St Louis Mon July 14 Phlla Cincinnati Milwaukee
Wed Apr 23 Miw Pitts Chicago St Louis Tues July 15 Pitts Milw Phila
Thur Apr 24 Milw Pitts Chicago St Louis Wed July 16 Cincinnati Pitts Milw Phlla
Fr1 Apr- 25 Pitts Phila St Louis Chicago Thur July 17 Cincinnati Pitts Phlla
Sat Apr 26 Pitts Phila St Louis Chicago ... Fri July 18 St Louis Milwaukee Phila Pitts
Sun Apr 27 Pitts2 ... Phila St Louis Chicago ... Sat July 19 St Louis Milwaukee Phlla Pis
Sun July 20 St Louis Milwaukee Phila Pitts
Tues Apr 29 St Louis Milwaukee Pitts Phila u
Wed Apr 30 St Louis Milwaukee Pitts Phila Mon July 21 Chicago St Louis
Thur May 1 Milwaukee Pitts Phlla a Tues July 22 Chicago St Louis S F L A
Frl May 2 Milwaukee Pitts Cinn Phlla Wed July 23 Chicago St Louis S F L A
bat May 3 Milwaukee Pitts Cincinnati Phila c Thur July 24 Chicago St Louis S F L A
Sun May 4 Clnn2 ... Phtla2 Milwaukee Pitts2 ... CD Frl July 25 Chicago L A S F Cinn
Mon May 5 Sat July 26 Chicago ... L A S F Cinn
Tues May 6 Cincinnati Phlla Phlla Milw Milw Pitts Pitts Sun July 27 Chicago ... L A S F2 Cincinnati
Wed May 7 Cincinnati Phila Milw Pitts J Tues July 29 S F L A St Louis Chicago
Thur May 8 Cincinnati Wed July 30 S F L A St Louis Chicago
?' ay nn Phlla Chicago L A Thur July 31 S F L A St Louis Chicago-
May 10 Cincinnati Phila Chicago ... L A Frl Aug 1 L A S F Chicago St Louis
Sun May 11 Cincinnati Phlla2 Chlcago2 L A Sat Aug 2 L A S F Chicago ... St Louis
Mon May 12 St Louis S F Sun Aug 3 L A2 ... S F2 Chicago2 StLouis2
Tues May 13 Milw Cinn St Louis S F Mon Aug 4 Pitts S F L A
Wed May 14 Milw Cinn L A S F Tues Aug 5 Phila Pitts S F L A
Thur May 15 Milw Cincinnati L A S F Wed Aug 6 Phila Pitts L A S F
Fri May 16 Milw Pitts S F LA to Thur Aug 7 Phila Pitts L A S F
Sat May 17 Milw Pitts s F L A Fri Aug 8 Milw Cinn St Louis S F
Sun May 18 Milwaukee Pltts2 S F2 !!!.!!!!!!!!!!! l a2 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CD Sat Aug 9 Milw Cincinnati St Louis S F
Mon May 19 MUw Sun Aug 10 Milwaukee Clnn2 ... StLouis2 S F ,
Tus way 2 s- F L-A-* st- Louis Chicago !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mon Aug 11 Cinn Milw
Wed May 21 S F L A St Louis Chicago Tues Aug 12 Cinn Chicago St Louis
Thur May 22 L A s F Chicago St Louis Wed Aug 13 Milw Pitts Chicago St Louis
Fri May 23 L A S F Chicago St Louis Thur Aug 14 Milw Chicaeo St Louis
Sat May 24 LA ....... S F Chicago ... St Louis Fri Aug 15 Pitts Phila St LTN Chicago
sun May 25 stLouiS2 chicago2 l a s f2 !!..!!!!.!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !..!!.!!.!!!!!! Sat Aug 1 6 Pitts Phlla Chicago
Mon May 26 Chicago L A Sun Aug 17 Pitts2 ... Phlla2 StLouls2 Chicago ...
Tues May 27 Chicago St Louis S F L A !.!! Tues Aug 19 Pitts MUwtn Phila Cincinnati
Wed May 28 Chicago St Louis S F L A Wed Aug 20 Pitts Milw Phila Cincinnati
iv Jay 30 Cincinnati Miiw2 ... l a2 !.! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! sf2 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thur Auc 21 Pitts MUw Phila Cincinnati
May 31 Cincinnati Milwaukee L A S F D Frl Aug 22 Pitts Phila Cinn
Sun June 1 Cinn2 ... Milwaukee L A S F Sat Aug 23 Pitts MUwauKee Phlla Cincinnati
Sun Aug 24 Phlla2 ... Cincinnati Pitts2 ... Milwaukee
WPdS iIJSS Phlla Cinn Pitts Milw
4 Cinn Pitts MUw
Mon Auc 25
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Pnla Cinn Pitts Milwaukee
-tw to !.! PMla Cinn Pitts Milwaukee
Tues Auc 28
I Phlla Cincinnati Pitts Milwaukee
.! PhUa Cincinnati Pitts MUw
Wed Auc 27
lat t2 7 plts MUw Phila Cinn Milwaukee
Pitts Thur Aug 28
Milw Phila Cincinnati
bun June A Pitts2 ... Milwaukee Phila2 Cincinnati Frl Aug 29 Phila Pitts Chicago L A
Mon June 9 Sat Aug 30 Phila Pitts Chicago L A
too in Cincinnati C Sun Aug 31 Phila2 Pitts Chicago ... L A
t2 Milwaukee Phila Cinn Pitts
\\ Milwaukee Phila Cinn Pitts Mon Sept 1 Chicago2 Phila2 Ctnn2 ... LAt
TW tS li Milwaukee Phlla Cinn Pitts Tues Sept 2 Phila S F Cinn
17 if U Cincinnati Pitts MUw Phila Wed Sept 3 Pitts MUw St Louis S F
Milw Cinn St Louis S F
Cincinnati Pitts Milwaukee Phlla Thur Sept 4
Sun June 15 Milw S F L A
Clnn2 ... Pitts Milwaukee Phila Fri Sept 5 Cinn
Mon June 16 St Louis ~ Sat Sept 6 Cincinnati Milwaukee S F L A
Tues June 17 St Louis Chicago L A ..!!! sf Sun Sept 7 Cinn2 Mllw2 ... S F L A
Wed June 18 St Louis Chicago L A S F O Tues Sept 9 Cinn L A S F Chicago
Thur June 19 St Louis Chicago L A ... S F Wed Sept 10 Cinn L A S F Chicago
Frl June 20 Chicago St Louis S F L A Thur Sept 11 L A
Sat June 21 Chicago ... St Louis S F L A Fri Sept 12 St Louis S F L A
Sun June 22 chicago2 st Louis s f2 l a 2 .!. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sat Sept 13 Chicago ... St Louis S F L A
Mon June 23 L A S F Sun Sept 14 S F2 L A St Louis Chicago2
Tues June 24 l a s f Chicago stVLouYs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mon Sept 15 L A St Louis
Wed June 25 L A S F Chicago St Louis u Tues Sept 16 L A S F Chicago St Louis
Thur June 26 S F L A St Louis Wed Sept 17 Chicago Milw
Frl June 27 S F L A St Louis Chicago !!!!!!!!!!!!!!' !!!!"! Thur Sept 18 Mlll
Sat June 28 S F L A St Louis Chicago Frl Sept 19 MllwTN Pitts L A S F
sun June 29 s f l a stLouis2 chicago2 ..!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sat Sept 20 Mllwaunee Pitts L A S F
Mon June 30 Cinn ~ 1T Sun Sept 21 Milwaukee Pitts2 L A S F .
Tues July 1 cinn Phiia s f '!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!'" l a Tues Sept 23 Phlla St Louis Chicago
Wed July 2 Cinn ..... s K Wed Sept 24 St Louis Chicago ...
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Thur July 3 Pitts Phlla sYltn' Fri Sept 26 Cinn Phila Chi TN ft
Frl July 4 Pitts Phila2 cKotti ... Louis
}' Sat Sept 27 Cincinnati Phila Chicago ft
Sat July Chicaro iffi Sun Sept 28 j Cincinnati PhUa | | 4 st Louis
sun July 6phiia2puts .!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ::!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! II Louil
NIGHT GAMES t MORNING AND AFTERNOON GAMES TN TWI NIGHT GAMES
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
March 29 1958
Cmnudiun Roehies Offer Snow Shiing
Magica di invierno ningun cami Winters magic is nowhere more compelling than in Canard wip
na ta mas fuerte cu na Canada un the snowtime season in both east and west offers skiers plenty of sunshine
da e temporada di nieve tanto den hospitality and snow to spare
parti ariba como parti abao ta When winter comes to Canada visitors flock by the thousands to the
ofrece skidornan hopi luz di solo mountain playgrounds of Alberta and British Columbia resrinn nn
hospitalidad y nieve na cantidad suipasscu iui suenery una spectacui-
Ora invierno bini Canada bishitan ar ski terrain and to the snow clad Canada and snowtime visitors this
tenan ta yena na miles na e lugarnan hills of Quebec and Ontario to ski year will rendezvous at such places
di recreacion montanjoso di Alberta in some of the most highly developed as Banff entrance to Albertas great
y British Columbia regionnan in winter sports regions in North Ame ski playground that ranges hundreds
surpasable pa su naturaleza bunita y rica of milss north beyond Jasper Mount
terreno di ski ye toppinan di seroe Snow of course is the prime ingredient Revelstoke National Park in the
cubri cu nieve di Quebec y Ontario for Winter fun and there is Selkirk Mountains of British Colum
pa ski den algun di e regionnan di plenty of it almost everywhere in bia Holly burn Ridge and Grouse
deporte invernal mas desaroyd na wintertime Canada Mountain
near Vancouver and For
Norte America As early as November in the Province bidden Plateau on Vancouver Island
Nieve naturalmente ta e ingre of Quebec the snow depth is to try their skill on some of North
diente primario pa alegria invernal about three inches year after year Americas finest mountain runs
y tin hopi di dje casi tur lugar na Ca and reaches a maximum of more than Theyll head too for the famed
nada den tempo di invierno 30 inches in February It maintains Laurentians of Quebec Montreal
Ya for di November e Provincia di a 15 inch level even in the middle of Quebec City and Lac Beauport near
Quebec tin nieve como tres duim di March
by Many will choose Ontario where
ki anja tras anja y pa luna di Fe In Ontario too snow conditions Toronto and points north such as Col
bruari esaki ta alcanza un maximo di are consistently good Even Toronto lingwood the Huntsville district
te 30 duim E ta mantene te 15 duim so near to New York State gets better Muskoka Orangeville are favored
medio di Maart than 61 inches in an average sea The Gatirieau Hills of Quebec near
Na Ontario tambe condicionnan di son and in the more northern re Ottawa and the bounderies of Ontario
nieve ta consistentemente bon Has gions of the province powder snow provide good skiing at Camp Fortune
ta Toronto asina cerca di New York is constant through March Kingsmere Wakefield Mani
State ta haya mehor cu 61 duim den The Canadian Rockies have an annual waki Fairy Lake and Ironsides The
un temporada promedio y den e re snowfall of 130 inches and for Gatineaus a region little known to
gionnan mas norte di e provincia tin striking scenery the shining beauty US skiers is easily accessible
nieve en polvo den henter luna di of these giant mountains towering from the Canadian capital and plenty
Maart in the Winter sun is unsurpasssd any of first class accommodation is available
Canadian Rockies tin un caida di where They have long been noted as around the city and its environs
nieve anual di 130 duim y si bo tin the North American center of Alpine The most spectacular brand of
un vista pa bunita naturaleza anto skiing Powder snow lies 20 feet deep North American skiing is found in
e belleza brillante di e seroenan gi among the rugged snow clothed the western sea of mountains which
gante den e solo invernal no ta worde peaks in the deep valleys and spec he in Albrta and British Columbia
surpasd ningun camina Hopi tempo tacuar two mile downhill ski
wjLJaK iac ~*&*JWtifc courses Banff a mountain town in the Bow
nan ta renombrd como e centro Norte are commonplace From December River Valley and the Athabasca
SKIERS IN western Canada find plenty of thrills in the mountains of Jasper on
Americano pa ski Nieve na polvo through March even in some areas River are both round
Alberta and British Columbia This is the in year resort
scene Tonquin Valley Jasper
ta como 20 pia hundo entre e punto until the end of April the swish of towns and hotbeds of ski enthusiasm
National Park Alberta
nan cubri cu nieve den e vallenan skis can be heard on the mountain come winter
hundo y trajectonan di ski spectacular SKIDORNAN DEN parti occidental di Canada ta haya hopi excitacion slopes of Alberta and British Columbia Mount Norquay towering above
den di Alberta British Columbia E ta
Tonquin
seroenan y enscena Valley
di dos nulla ta un generalidad
Banff has a two mile downhill course
den National Park Alberta
For di December pa Maart y den Jasper Skiing gets top billing in the resort with a vertical drop of 2800 feet
algun region te cerca fin di April regions of Eastern and Western Skiers and spectators are carried to
e zonido di ski por worde tendi na niwaki Fairy Lake y Ironsides Ga the upper slopes of the mountain on
canto di seroenan di Alberta y Brit tineaus un region poco conoci na a giant chair lift From here is the
ish Columbia skidornan di Estados Unidos ta fa mm BgWk beginning of many an excellent down
Skimento ta mas popular den e regionnan cilmente accesible for di capital Ca hill run Floodlights operate when
di recreacion di Canada nades y cantidad di acomodacion di darkness comes and nearby are practice
Oriental y Occidental y bishitante primera clase ta dispomble rond di slopes and runs for every type
nan di e anja aki lo contra na tal lugarnan e ciudad y su ambiente of skier
manera Banff entrada pa e Pero si bo ta tras di e sorto mas In the towns of Jasper and Banff
terreno grandi di ski di Alberta cu ta spectacular di skimento na Norte year round accommodations are plen
pasa cientos di milla pa nord di Jasper America anto bo ta hayele den e la tiful Jasper serves as the hub of ski
Mount Revelstoke National mar occidental di montanja cu ta ke trails ranging through 4200-square-mile
Park den Selkirk Mountains di British da den Alberta y British Columbia Jasper National Park The down
Columbia Holly burn Ridge y Banff un ciudad den montanja den hill course at the Whistlers for instance
Grouse Mountain cerca di Vancouver Bow River Valley y Jasper na Athabasca drops 4600 feet in three
y Forbidden Plateau ariba Vancouver River ta resortenan durante miles first through smooth Alplands
Island pa purba nan abilidad ari henter anja unda aficionadonan di ski above the timberline and then
ba algun di e trajectonan di ski pre ta reuni na gran cantidad den invierno through open forest to the valley
dilecto di Norte America floor Additional ski slopes have been
Nan lo bai tambe e famoso Lauren Mount Norquay halzando ariba cleared on Whistler Mountain and
tians di Quebec Montreal Quebec Banff tin un trajecto na canto di se boulders and stumps removed so that
City y Lac Beauport Hopi lo selecta roe di dos milla cu un caida vertical excellent skiing conditions are possible
Ontario unda Toronto y puntonan di 2800 pia Skidornan y mirones ta with a minimum of snow In ad
norte como Collingwood districto worde hib pa e puntonan mas halto dition more than 100 miles of trail
Huntsville Muskoka y Orangeville cu un elevador gigante For di aki have been laid out with cabins and
Canadian Hills di Quebec cerca di nan ta bini abao Ora noche cerra MOST OF Canadas ski lodges have cabins like this to house visiting skiers shelters placed at regular intervals
Ottawa y e fronteranan di Ontario floodlights ta cuminza cende y na MAYORIA DI e lodgenan di ski na Canada tin cabina manera esaki along many of them
ta furni un bon lugar di ski na Camp banda tin lugar di practica pa tur
Fortune Kingsmere Wakefield Ma- sorto di skidor
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ONE OF the great pleasures of ski touring in the Canadian Rockies is a
pause for lunch with the glittering splendor of towering Miow covered
peaks as a backdrop HUNDREDS OF miles of ski trails and slopes in Que CIENTOS DI milla di trajecto di ski y cantonan di Lau-
UN DI e placeman grandi di skimento den Canadian Rockies ta un pauze becs Lauientian Mountains provide an almost irresistible rentian Mountains di Quebec ta provee un tentacion casi
pa come cu e splendor brillante di cumbrenan di montanja cubri cu nieve temptation for a visitor In the crisp clear air and irresistible pa e bishitante Den e aire claro y puro y e
formando un fondo the bright snows is a combination of nature hard to beat nieve bunita tin un combinacion di naturaleza