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Aruba Esso news

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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Aruba Netherlands Antilles
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Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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August 30, 1958
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ruba Esso New:







VOL. 19, No. 18

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO.,

LTD.



Comité Ta Aproba Plan



EmpleadonanLoHayaReembolso!

Pa Parto Sin Hospitalizacion

Comité Ehecutivo a aproba un



recomendacion di Departamento Me-

dico pa duna reembolso te un maximo di Fls- 50 pa cubri gastonan di
dunamento di luz haci pa esposanan eligible di empleadonan kendenan
ta prefera di duna luz na man di un dokter no di compania of un par-

tera na Aruba.





Barnes, Schwengle,
Long Service Men,
Are Retiring










Six rs of company s
vice, represented by two men,
ending soon The two, D. P. Barr
director of laboratories, and J. F

ngle room steward, General
s Department, are leaving
their jobs on retirement Aug. and






| practico den





stipulacion
, cual ta con ente cu
e territorio, por ta atrac-



opeional



tivo pa in esposanan di emplea-
donan pa varios motibo personal.
Mester worde not4 cu ec preferencia
\ ntario aki di dunamenio di luz}



pafor di Hospital di L
clui pre-natal of post-natal
Pa po

mester

9 lo no ex-|

ser eligible pa reembolso e
mama esposa legal di|
un empleado permanente, contal cu
e no ta un empleado di compania

Pa obtene reembolso, e empleado
of miembro di familia
senta na Departamento di Rele
Industrial Prueba di nacemen-

tae





sion







Sept. 1 respectively ae
to, y (b) un recibo firma contenien-
Started in 1938 | do e berdadero gastonan haci pa du-
Mr. Barnes came to Aruba in May,|amento di luz for di un dokter of
1938 as a chemist. In January, 1939| partera no di compania na Aruba
he was made group head-laborator-| Den tal caso Departamento di Rela-
cion Departamental lo encamina e
ESE | re 2mbolso di Fis. 50 of gastonan
ia P= | berdadero cu a worde haci, depen-







~ |

J. Schwengle

D. Barnes

ies, and in
moted to
Prior to
worked

pany

April,
director

1945 was pro-
of laboratories.
his Lago service, he had}
with andard Oil Com- |
(New Jersey), Humble Oil &|
Refining Co-, Hausteca Petroleum|
Co. in Tampico, Mexico, and also
with Cia. Trans. de Pet, also in Tam-
pico. His retirement date is in De-|
cember. |





With service of more than 2
years, Mr. Schwengle concludes a

long Lago career
ly employed in
ment

He was original-|
the Labor Depart-
in October, 1925, and later
worked in General Services as labor-

er, house boy and steward. He will]
live in Aruba following retirement
Sept. 1.

Tres Nombra Na Posicionan
Den Lago Laboratorio

Cambionan den Laboratorio des-
lida cu pension di Director
di Laboratorio D. P arnes a wor-
de anuncia siman pasa.

puesto di Sr. Bar-
nes Sept. 1 lo ta H. F. Couzy, kende
anteriormente tabata Group Head A
den Oil I tion & Knock Lab. Su
puesto a ocupa pa R. K. Bal-
lard, ken a haya promocion di
Group Head B. E tercer cambio ta
nombram J. F. Reynolds,
anteriormente Senior Chemist, pa si-
gi Sr. Ballard.

Sr. Couzy a pasa casi tur su 25
anjanan di servicio den Laboratorio-
nan di TSD. El a cuminza na Lago
na September 1933 como Operator





Tumando over



e



o di

den Laboratorio di Inspeccion. Lue-|

go el a traha como quimico y shift
leader,

| diendo cual suma ta mas



Na semptember 1948 el a| promovi pa Senior Chemist na 1956.

abao.



2000 Ta Falta Di

RicibiTercerlnjeccion

Mas di 2,00) yiunan di emplea-
donan di La a falta di tuma e
injeccion di Salk contra
Polio ofreci gratis door di Com-
pania. Departamento Medico ta
munstra cu e muchanan cu a ri-
e serie di
inmunidad
promer

tercer



cibi e promer dos di
injeccion, no tin
contra poliomyelitis, y
dosnan lo no tin efecto.

E tercer injeccion lo ta obteni-
ble na Hospital durante oranan
normal di clinica te Nov. 1. Mes-
ter tin un intervalo di no mas cu
un anja entre e segundo y tercer
injeccion. Pesey, ta imperativo pa
haya e segundo
den otofo di 1957 pa

tres

e





muchanan cu
vaccinacion

a





mester pre-|

| oportunidad pa



reporta na Hospital promer cu
Nov. 1 pa nan keda proteha con-
tra c enfermedad

Tur tres injeccion ta worde du-

na gratis na yiunan di empleado-
nan.

h




ya promocion pa Group Head B,
hando den trabao experimental y
di desarollo. Sr. Couzy a move pa
Group Head A den seccion fisica y
quimica. Na December 1955 el a tu-
ma ce mes trabao den Oil Inspection
& Knock Lab.

Sr.



Ballard a cuminza traha como
un Oil Inspector na Augustus 1932.
El a traha succesivamente como ope-
rator y shift leader promer cu el a
haya promocion pa Group Head na
Maart 1945. El a worde haci Group
Head A na April 1952.

Promer di a bini na Lago na De-
cemb2r 1945 como un quimico, Sr.
Reynolds a traha pa mas di ocho!
anja cu Humble Oil & Refining Com-
pany. Despues di varios asignacion
den e laboratorionan aki el a worde



| no



FIVE MORE 30-year men, front row, listen as Executive Vice President

F. E. Griffin thanks them for their long service. The five are, from left,

Sabino Ferres, Matthew Banfield, George Ritchie, Supriano Schwengle
and Octavio de Cuba.

CINCO MAS empleado cu 30 anja di servicio, linea adilanti, ta scucha



mientras

Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F. E. Griffin ta gradici nan pa nan

servicio largo. E cinco-nan aki ta, robez pa drechi, Sabino Ferres, Mat-
thew Banfield, George Ritchie, Supriano Schwengle y Octavio de Cuba.

Cineo ta Celebra Servicio;

Ricibi Premio

pa 30-Anja

’Pa bosonan, como pa e mas di 100 kende a ricibi reconocimento si-
milar, 30 anja di servicio ta un hecho importante den bida; y na nom-
ber di Directiva di Lago, mi ta felicita boso cu tal servicio.” Cu e pala-
branan aki, Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F. E. Griffin a parti e certifica-
donan y emblemanan di 30 anja na cinco empleado na un reunion spe-

cial di Management Staff ariba Aug. |

15.

Esnan honra tabata Matthew O.
Bankfield, foreman di Mechanical-
Machinist; Sabino de J. Ferres, Cor-
poral A di Mechanical-Yard; Supria-
Schwengle, Shift Foreman di
Cleanout di Mechanical-Yard; Octa-
vio de Cuba, pipefitter di Mechanic-
al-Pipe, y George F. Ritchie, shift
supervisor di Marine Department

Superintendente di Mechanical De-
partment J. R. Proterra cu orgullo
a reclama cu cuatro di e cinco-nan
tabata miembro di su departamento.
"Mi conoce nan desde hopi anja,” el
a bisa, "y mi ta contento di tin e

bisa com util nan
compania durante e
tempo ey.” Sr. Banfield a bini pa e
Departamento for di Dry Dock y
durante su 30 anja nunca tabatin un
accidente industrial cu perdida di
tempo. El ta un ansioso piscador y

tur tabata pa



| ta traha boto como pasa-tempo.

Sr. Ferres, "uno di e mehor rig-
gers cu nos semper tabatin’, tabata
tin parti den construccion di algun
di e structuranan cual ta plama den
e vista alto di Lago. Den temponan
pasa, tempo cu Sr. Proterra tabata
un beisbolista, Sr. Ferres tabata un
fanatico di beisbol, y esnan presen-
te pa e ceremonia aki a goza di ten-
de tocante e apuestonan cu Sr. Fer-
res a haci ki ora Sr. Proterra tabata
alista pa pitcha un wega.

Tanto Sr. Griffin como Sr. Pro-
terra a recorda com anjanan pasd
nan a traha hunto cu Sr. Schwengle,
e promer senjor a menciona cu Sr.
Schwengle su record di ningun ac-
cidente tabata "remarkable pa un
hende encargdé cu trabao di clean-
out.”

Sr. de Cuba su trabao cu seguri-
dad durante su 30 anja di servicio
cu Compania, mayoria den Mechanic-
al-Pipe, tambe a worde menciond
door di su superintendente di depar-
tamento como evidencia di su valor.

Alisté pa bai cu pension otro lu-
na, Sr. Ritchie "lo worde falta den
conducimento di nos operacionnan
marina,” Gerente di Marina J. H.
Brown III ta bisa. Como un shift

| supervisor, "el tabata popular, util



ly valuable pa nos tur.” Sr. Ritchie

a sirbi como un oficial ariba bapor-
nan nabegando entre Aruba y Lago
Maracaibo durante hopi anja pro-
mer di a bin traha na tera na 1937
2 Departamento di Marina.





August 30, 1958





Three Named
To Positions
In Lab Changes

Changes in the laboratory fol-
lowing the departure on retire-
ment of Laboratories Director D.
P. Barnes were announced last
week.

Succeeding Mr. Barnes Sept. 1 will
|be H. F. Couzy, who was formerly
| group head A in the Oil Inspection
and Knock Lab. His place will be
filled by R. K. Ballard, promoted
from group head B. The third change
is the appointment of J. F. Reynolds,
formerly senior chemist, to succeed
Mr. Ballard.

Mr. Couzy has spent all of his
nearly 25 years of service in TSD-
Laboratories. He started in Lago in
September, 1933 as operator in the
inspection lab. He worked later as
chemist and shift leader. In Sep-
tember, 1948 he was promoted to
gzoup head B, working in experimen-
tal and development work; Mr. Cou-
sy moved to group head A in physics
and chemistry. In December, 1955
he took the same job in oil inspec-
tion and Kock Lab.

Mr. Ballard started work as oil
inspector in August, 1932. He work-
ed su vely as operator, subfore-
man, tradesman, assistant operator
and shift leader before being promot-
group head in March, 1945. He
made group head A in April,









Before coming to Lago in Decem-
ber, 1945 as chemist, Mr. Reynolds
had worked for more than eight
years with Humble Oil and Refin-
ing Company. After various assign-
ments in the laboratories here he
was promoted to senior chemist in
12 , 1956.





Special Plane Takes Students

To Their School

September for 38 young men and
from Aruba means the start
hool career made possible by
grants from the Lago Scholarship
Foundation. Earlier this week a spe-
cial plane loaded with students took
off from Aruba for Holland, carry-
ing five more grants winners in ad-
dition to those already announced.
The new st Miss Er-
mona FI’. Martis, Miss Maria Wathey,
Mi Jean Lejuez and Miss Jane
Marques, all of whom will study
teaching at R. K. Kweekschool, Reu-
ver; and Miss Ye L. Busby, who
will study dietetics at Nieuwe Huis-









are








houd School in Amsterdam
The

three students pictured here
ioned in previous issues of
this publication but their photos were
not available at that time. They are
Marcellino Kock, Efigenio Croes and
Luidens.










s In Holland



E. Croes F. Luidens

should be addressed
to Secretary, Board of Administra-
tion, Lago Scholarship Foundation,
Indusirial Relations Department.

ship program









Americans Warned
To Avoid Election

U.S. citizens living in Aruba
have been warned by the Ameri-
can Consul, George Moffitt, Jr.,





Tor persons in-
ed in apply-
for scholar-

ships next year,
the deadline for
renewals is May
15, 19 and for|
new awards, June
15. Before any

grant can be made |
however, the appli- |









= cant must be ac-

M. Kock copted in an ac-
credited school, and must submit to
the Lago Scholarship Foundation
copies of his grades in his last
school year, plus a completed Foun-
dation application form All cor-

respondence relating to the Scholar-

that participation in the forth-
coming island elections may cost
them their citizenship.

This penalty is provided in U.
Public Law 344, Mr. Moffitt
and warned that "participa-
tion’ 2 includes taking part in
pre-clectoral activities. He warn-
ed further that dual nationals —
persons holding both American
and Dutch nationality will lose
their claim to U citizenship by
voting in the election.



Ss.





a





| See ee eS





Arusa Ess NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS

ANTILLES, BY LAGO OIL

Printed by the Aruba Drukkerij N.V., Neth. Ant.





Supriano Schwengle. The two men



Five More Employees Earn

30-Year Service Awards |

For you men, as for the more
than 100 who have received similar |
awards, 30 years of service is a|
milestone; and on behalf of Lago
Management, I congratulate you
on reaching it.” With these words,
Executive Vice President F. E. Grif-
fin distributed 30-year certificates
and emblems to five employees at a
special Management Staff meeting
Aug. 15.

Honored were Matthew O. Ban-
field, foreman, Mechanical-Machin-
ist; Sabino de J. Ferres, corporal A,
Mechanical-Yard; Supriano Schwen-
gle, cleanout shift foreman, Mechan-
ical-Yard; Octavio de Cuba, Pipe-
fitter, Machanical-Pipe, and George
I’. Riotchie, shift supervisor, Marine
Department.

Mechanical epartmez Superin-
tendent J. R. Proterra proudly clair-
ed four the five as members of his
department. "I've known them for
years,” he said, "and I’m glad of
the opportunity to say how useful
they have all been to the company
in that time.” Mr. Banfield came to
the Department from the Dry Dock,
and in his 30 years never had a lost-
time industrial accident. He is, Mr.
a said, an avid fisherman,
lds boats as a hobby



Prot




VICE PRESIDENT Griffin talks over the old days

& TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

with 30-year man

worked together some years ago.

VICE PRESIDENTE Griffin ta papia tocante tempo bieuw cu e empleado

di 30 anja di servicio Supriano Schwengle. E dos-nan aki a traha hunto
algun anjanan pasa.

Mr. Ferres, "one of the best rig-
gers we ever had”, had a hand in
erecting some of the structures

which dot the Lago skyiine. In the}
old days, when Mr. Proterra was a
baseball player, Mr. Ferres was base- |
ball fan, and those present for the
coremony enjoyed hearing of the bets
Mr. Ferres made whenever Mr. Pro-
terra was scheduled to pitch.

Both Mr. Griffin and Mr. Proter-
ra recalled working years ago with
Mr. Schwengle, the former mention-
ing that Mr. Schwengle’s no-accident
record was "remarkable for one en-
gaged in clean-out work.”

Mr. de Cuba’s safe performance
through 30 years of company ser-
vice, most of it in Mechanical-Pipe,
was also mentioned by his depart-
ment superintendent as evidence of
his value.

Scheduled to retire next month,
Mr. Ritchie "will be missed in the
conduct of our marine operations,”
according to Marine Manager J. H.
Brown III. As a shift supervisor "he |
has been popular, useful and valuable |
to us all.” Mr. Ritchie served as of-
ficer on ships plying between Aruba
and the lake for many years before



coming ashore in 1937 to work in
the Marine Department.





MATTHEW BANFIELD, left, talks

L. Wilkins, right, as H. H. Garig and G. B.

Mathews listen.
MATTHEW BANFIELD, robez, ta

E. L. Wilkins, drechi, mientras H. H. Garig
y G. B. Mathews ta scuchando.

OVER A cigarette, Mr.
Edge, enjoy reminiscing
days.

with E,

papia cu
Edge ta goza memorianan
den Lago.

Ferres
about

HUMANDO UN cigaria Sr. Ferres y W. L

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Ex-Lago Employees
Move Upward

Joseph Andreae and C.
have been moved to new pc
the Standard Oil Company
Jersey) organization

Mr. Andreae, who we
manager from 1945 to 195:
named

F. Smith
ions in
(New









s



marine
has been












vice president of the new
formed Es30 Tankers, Inc., and Mr
Smith, former superintendent of staff
who left Lago for Jer-
has been appointed as-




nt to the Department Manage
fi s Employee Relations |
Department.

Dos Empleado
Cu LargoServicio
Cu Pension

Sesenta-y-dos anja di vicio cu
compania, acumula pa dos hende, ta
terminando pronto. E dosnan aki ta
D. P. Barnes, hefe di Laboratorio,
y J. R. Schwengle, room ste
General Services Department, ken-
denan ta bai laga nan trabao y ta
ee cu pension ariba Aug. 27 y Sept



RELAXIN
ard, di| ind






DE
respectivamente. mr

Sr. a bini Aruba
1938 como un quimico



Barnes na Mei

s Na Januari
di e siguiente anja el a worde nom-
como group head di Laborato-
rionan y na April 1945 el a haya
promocion como director di Labor
torionan. Promer cu su servicio na



In July






































SEES

G










WITH a favor
rial relations at the University of Maryland. Dr.
ing with the Lago Employee Council on labor matters.
SCANSANDO CU un pipa favorita ta Dr. Harold Sylvester, profesor
di relacion industrial na Universidad di Maryland. Sr. Sylvester ta confe-
iando cu Lago Employee Council ariba asuntonan di obrerismo.



August 30, 1958



e pipe is Dr. Harold Sylvester, professor of
vester is meet-







‘Two Fls. 150 Awards Lead






















Lago, el a traha cu Standard Oil . 7
Company (New Jer. , Humble Oil List of 43 CYI| Winners
& Refining Co., Huasteca Petroleum ra ~ 5 P
Co. na Tampico, Mexico, y tambe cu|__1W° awards for Fis. 150 and another for Fls. 100 were the big win-
Cia. Trans. de Petroleo, tambe na aeoia in July’s Coin Your Ideas list-
Tampico. Su fecha di pension ta De- W 5 Lemen, Mechanical-C&Z, suggested replacing ball bearing with
Renn ete babbit or bronze sleeve bearing on tar pumps at cracking units, and
Seer ae J. Artsen, also Mechanical-C&Z suggested the installation of an anchc
=e ni Pearce ie es Seas 2]|plate between bands on two cran pe eee
st a ; ; ae : foe 4 UN | Both of these ideas were worth Fls.| W. Lemen ‘
arera largo cu Lago. Originalmente 150. The third big award, Fis. 100, | J. P. Wever Fis. 30
eaabata emplea den Labor Depart- | ajso went to a Mechanical-C&Z man,|G. L. Arrindell Fis. 25
ment na October 1925, y luego el a|y, pp Hodge. His idea was to ew Electrical
traha den General Services como un | j, shaft keys on GAR compress al H. de Gourville Fls. 20
laborer, house boy y steward. Des- | to prevent slippage Cleanout
pues di bai cu pension Sept. 1 el lo The complete list of July winners| C. R. Yeung
keda biba na Aruba. follows: . F. Coffie
Accounting Pipe
2000 Children |A. R. Tappin Fis, 75| ©. H. Bilis Fis. 40
e ° LR. Simplify Lago Vacation Poli-| S. Dirksz Fils. 25
Neglecting Third ey & Administration rul Yard
e ‘ Executive B. Rodriguez
Salk Polio Shot J. Lambert Fis. 50] Instrument
More than children of Lago | P.R. Install radio(s) for purpose]. B. Geerman See
employees have failed to take the |©f Obtaining information for man-| See ee , =
third Salk anti-polio shot offered free | @8¢ment. 7 a ae eee Peta to
by the company. The Medical De- Gen. Serv. Men eee ees aaa. ee ad
partment points out that these child oe. eae i wy ea
ren, who have received the first two | __ Ind. Rel. - eee 3. 100
of the three-shot series, do not have Ee es si 1A 3 ae ee
immunity against poliomyletis, and Sy : ne aY 1 . ‘ me as ie
the first two will have no effect. J. Kelly MED Eka 20 ( x thom ; fina nt or be
The third shot will b2 available at |D Quant 30 mint lo on compressors.
the Hospital during normal clinic | R E. A. Martin 25 Metal Trades
hours up to Nov. 1. There should be |Miss L. D. Every 20| W. J. E. Wilson Fls
an interval of no r ro than one year Machinist W. J. EB. Wilson Fls.
between the second and third shots. | yw > pLemen 150| O. Jane Fils
Therefore it is ir ‘ative that child- Mcch.-C&Z. Replac pearing Carpenter
ren who got the cond shot in the | with babbit or bronze pearing | H. M. Henriquez Fis. 25
fall of 1957 report to the hospital be- | on tar pups at Cracking Piant un Process









fore Nov. 1 to be protected against |N fF. Torcatt Fis. £0 Acid & Edel
the disease. | Mech.-Mach. Have stesl glands on| F’. Boelhoud

All three shots are provided with- |5"x51/,;x24 nat’l transit pumps bi I Mort :
out charge to employee children | bronze lines to full length of bore (Continued on page 8)





THERE'LL ALWAYS be an

39-

and W. L.

Lago early





ear man George Ritchie, left, and R

England, says OCTAVIO DE CUBA,

N.

Wilkie and A. Tully agree



SEMPER LO tin un Inglate

di dianan pasado
Wilkie y A. Tully ta bai di ac

a,
30 anja George Ritchi, robez, ta bisa, y R. N

Empleade di

uerdo cu ne



looking crisp in a bow

tie relaxes after the award ceremony with N.
S. Shirley.

OCTAVIO DE CUBA, mirando vivamente cu

hi-pushi ta deseansando despues di pre-

ado hunto cu N. S. Shirley



su da
sentacion y certif





August 30, 1958

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





to Lago
instru-

rHE
from

shipped
sensitive

13 machines that make up the 650 system were

freight to protect their delicate,
mentation

E DIEZTRES mashinnan cu ta forma e systema 650 tabata embarca pa

Lago for di Miami cu avion di ¢ a pa proteha nan instrumentnan deli-

cado y sensitivo.

Miami via air





CHECKING THE IBM printer is Hubert D’Arnault,

of the tabulating and statistical division. Information

received from the computer or tape data selector emer-

ges from the machines in the form of a report printed
on a long roll of paper.





——

THIS GENERAL view of the Electronic Data Process-

} ing and Computing Center shows the working arrange-

ment of the 650 computing system. Left to right are

} Clyde Harms and Henflih Fradi, at the 650 console;

Earl Cook; Dennis Lau, sitting foreground, and James
Seott.

E VIS

die





TRAHANDO PA check e imprentador IBM ta Hubert
D’Arnault, di Tabulating & Statistica Division. Infor-
macion recibi for di e calculador of di e selector di da-
tos ariba tape ta sali for di e mashinnan den forma di

For TDS, Accounting



tronic computing machinery that
quickly provides management with
accurate information to assist them

in operating the refinery more ef-
ficiently. This efficiency ultimately
benefits Lago employees, the con-

pany itself and its customers.

On June 9, the final units of the
650 electronic data processing and
computing system were put into ser-
vice after two years of planning,
installation and training. Dubbed an
all-purpose, stored program elec-
tronic calculator by the Internation-
al Business Machine Corp., Lago’s
650 tape system is composed of 13
IBM machines. The basic system,
which replaced an older electro-
mechanical system (CPC) installed
in 1954, consists of a card reader,
650 console, power unit and printer.
This system has been in use at Lago
since May, 1957. The auxiliary units
that went into service in June con-

sist of a card read/punch unit, six
magnetic tape units, tape control
storage

unit and immediate access



eae -

un rapport emprenta.

a

A general aki di e Electronic Data Processing
Computing Center ta munstra e arreglo di operacion
ystema calculador 650. Di robez pa drechi nos ta
mira Clyde Harms y Henflih Fradl, na a mashin Con-
solo 650; Earl Cook, Dennis Lau, sintando mas adilanti,

y James Scott.



unit. An additional and important
unit housed in EDPACC is a tape
data selector which is actually not
connected to the 650 system.

The decision to replace the old
CPC calculator was primarily be-
cause Lago’s needs exceeded _ the
capabilities of the CPC. In such a
competitive industry as the oil in-
dustry, an enterprise such as Lago
must accept and utilize major tech-
nological advances so it can protect
its own and its employees’ interests.

The company feels that any enter-
prise that hesitates to adopt new
tools and operating methods may
find its competition firmly fixed in
a better competitive position.

To describe the intricacies of any
clectronic computing system is a
job best left to the technician or
engineer. But the efficiency gained
by the refinery through the use of
the computing system is fairly easy
to comprehend.

Roughly 50 items faster and more
accurate than an electro-mechanical
system, the 650 daily helps the Ac-
counting Department process vast
amounts of data and aids Technical
Service Department in the solution
of its many technical problems.

In Accounting, materials stock
control, with a 70.000 items inventory,
and payrolls are now being proces-
sed on the 650. Faster, more accu-
rate information from the system
enab'es Storehouse management to
maintain adequate inventories on an
ceonomical basis. Computation of
payrolls on the system is a vital aid
to accuracy in this major Account-
ing function. In addition, more effi-
cient methods of Oil Accounting are
being developed through the use of
data developed on the 650.

TSD has been utilizing the system
to gain more optimum running pro-
grams for refinery operating units.
The department is also able to com-
pute blends with greater accuracy
through 650 computations thus re-
ducing quality product give away.
Through careful programming by
TSD on the 650 it is possible to in-
erease yields of valuable products
with tremendous savings to the com-
pany.

The Accounting Department
responsible for operating and main-
taining the system with the assist-

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is

Computing System Opens New Doors

The large, well-lighted air-conditioned room in the GOB that houses
the Electronic Data Processing and Computing Center (EDPACC) is
a room full of strange and thought-provoking machinery to the ordin-
ary observer. But to qualified Accounting and TSD personnel, EDPACC
is a room full of "electronic servants,’ complicated and sensitive elec-

Pa TSD, Accounting
Systema Electronic
Ta Habri Vianan

E seccion grandi, bon ilumina,
airecondicionado di GOB cual ta
encerra e Electronica Data Pro-
cessing & Computing Center
(EDPACC) ta un lugar yen di
machineria stranjo cu ta incita pen-
samento di e observador regular. Pe-
ro pa personal cualificaé di Account-
ing y TSD, e seccion EDPACC ta un
lugar yen di "'sirbiente electronico”,
machineria complica y sensitivo di
calculadornan electronico cu rapida-
mente ta duna directiva completo y
exacto informacion pa asisti nan
den operacion mas eficiente di e re-
fineria. E eficiencia aki ultima-
mente ta na beneficio di empleado-
nan di Lago, na compania mes y su
clientenan.

Ariba Juni 9, e ultimo unidadnan
di e mashin calculador electronico
650 a worde poni na servicio despues
di dos anja di planeamento, instala-
cion y training. E mashin 650 di
Lago cu systema di Tape, cual a
worde clasifica door di Internation-
al Business Machine Company como
un "Stored Program Electronic Cal-
culator” pa tur clase di uso, ta con-
sisti di 13 mashinnan completamen-
te electronico. E systema basico,
cual a reemplaza un otro systema
electro-mecanico mas bieuw (CPC)
cual a worde instalé na 1954, ta
consisti di un "Card Reader,” 650
Console, un unidad di energia y un
imprentador. E systema aki tabata
en uso na Lago desde Mei 1957. E
unidadnan auxiliar cu a worde poni
na servicio na Juni ta consisti di un
Card Read/Punch Unit, seis unidad
di tape magnetico, unidad di tape
control, y un unidad acumuladora cu
acceso inmediato. Un unidad adi-
cional y importante conteni den e
EDPACC ta un selector di informa-
cion ariba tape, cual realmente no
ta conecta na e systema di 650.

E decision pa reemplaza e calcu-
lador CPC bieuw primeramente ta-
bata pa motibo cu Lago su necesi-
dadnan tabata surpasé e capacidad
di e CPC; pasobra den un industria
tan competitivo manera industria di
petroleo, un empresa manera Lago
mester acepta y utilizi avancenan
technologico principal asina cu e
por proteha su mes y tambe interes-
nan di su empleadonan.

Compania ta di opinion cu cual-
kier empresa cu ta vacila di adopta

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BILL SCHOLEY, IBM customer engineer, checks circuits on the tape
data selector. This electronic unit, which augments the 650 system, takes
information from magnetic tapes and sends it to a printer.

BILL SCHOLEY, enginiero di IBM pa clientenan, ta check e cireuito ari-
ba e "tape data selector.” E unidad electronico aki, cual ta aumenta e sys-
tema 650, ta tuma informacion for di tape magnetico y ta pase’le pa e
imprentador di e 650.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



AS HIS wife Jeanne looks on, Dr. John Stritch traces the route of his
recently-completed around-the-world trip.
MIENTRAS SU esposa Jeanne ta mirando, Dr. John Stritch ta marea e
ruta di su viahe rond mundo cu el a completa recientemente.

A TYPICAL Hawaiian beauty
poses for the doctor’s Nikon.
UN BELLEZA tipico di Hawaii
ta para en posicion pa dokter.

THIS IS a Japanese Maiko girl,
student of the Geisha.
ESAKI TA un hobencita Maiko
Japonesa, estudiante di Geisha.



PROBABLY THE most aa scene in Japan is Mount Fuji which
is almost a national shrine, Dr. Stritch reported.
PROBABLEMENTE E vista mas fotografia ta Cerro Fuji di Japon, cual
ta casi un monumento nacional, Dr. Stritch ta conta.



HONG KONG was a teeming mass of humanity according to Dr. Stritch.
This old Chinese man was typical of the city’s elder citizens.
HONG KONG tabata un masa abundante di humanidad, segun Dr. Stritch.
E Chines bieuw aki tabata un caracter tipico di e habitantenan mas bieuw
die ciudad.





August 30, 1958



Around the World in 90 Day:

Lago Doctor Circles the Globe

Around the World”

is an enchanting phrase that has sparked man’s

imagination since the days of Columbus. For 450 years, countless num-
bers of traders, travelers and adventurers have circled the globe seek-
ing their own personal Shangri La. In modern times such a trip can

be accomplished in a few days via
around-the-world trip is only a
fancy” unless enough time is allot-
ted to absorb all the world’s won-
ders.

Such an adventure was recently
taken by Dr. John Stritch, Lago
Medical Department, who spent three
exciting months on a globe-circling
tour. Most of the 20-odd thousand
miles he traveled were by air so that
he would have more time to visit
the many strange lands on his route.

With the Far East in mind, it was
only natural that his itinerary was
selected so that he would experience
the excitement of a new, fast-grow-

ing Japan, unravel the mysteries
surrounding oriental Hong Kong

and stand awed at the antiquity of
ageless Nepal. He would revel at
the beauty of the Taj Mahal in India
and St. Basil's in Moscow. With the
happy, surprisingly healthy children
of Bombay he would weigh the de-
pressing squalor of Calcutta. Yet his
greatest surprise would be the warm
reception he received from the aver-
age Russian citizen who considered
Americans an oddity to behold.

Overseas life has not been a new
experience to Dr. Stritch. After his
graduation from the Medical School
at Boston University, with intern-
ship at Newton Wellesley Hospital,
he went to England in 1951 as a
"helicopter doctor with the 66th
Air Force Squadron. One of the
pioneers in the grim business of heli-
copter air-sea rescue work, Dr.
Stritch saw duty in Holland during
the 1952 flood and helped set up
emergency hospitals in Greece for
the 1954 earthquake victims.



Tour Started March 10

From New York City on March
10, Dr. Stritch flew via TWA to Los
Angeles and then to Honolulu. "Al-
though Hawaii was scenic, and dif-
ferent,”’ he said, " I still felt as if I
were in the States. I was eager to
keep moving.”

After a two-day layover in Hono-
lulu, with frequent trips to Waikiki
Beach, Dr. Stritch boarded a Japan
Airline clipper enroute for Tokio.
"Tokio is undoubtedly the most ex-
citing place in the world today,” he
related. "Just take a simple walk
down Ginza Street and it'll make
your eyes pop.” He said the way the
people hurry and bustle about re-
veals the drive that is behind the

new Japan, yet the panorama is
strange and different to the occi-
dental.

Dr. Stritch spent two exciting
weeks in Japan and rather reluc-
tantly boarded a Cathay Pacific

plane on March 29 for that political
paradox—the island of Hong Kong
Dr. Stritch adds that it is a weird
experience to discover the British
and Red Chinese living in what ap-
pears to be peaceful coexistence. He
said that a guilder does go a long
way there and that the finest meal



costs just Fl, 1.00.
Hong Kong

"The Englishman is still ’king’ in
He Kong. The atmosphere is very,
very British. At teatime in the Pe-
ninsula Hotel, silence is golden,” he
said. "One afternoon, after making
myself quite comfortable in the

hotel lobby, a hotel employee tapped
me on the shoulder and quietly told
me I would have to move because I
was sitting in Mr. Merryweather’s









chair—he pointed to a brass tag on
the back of the chair—and sure
enough it was stamped 'Mr. Merry-
weather’.” It w evident, Dr.
Stritch related, that any time Mr
Merryweather came to the lobby
that chair had better be available
"Hong Kong was very British, in-
deed,” he added

On to politically-upset Indonesia,
Dr. Stritch winged, with the first
stop at Djakarta, capital of the re-
public. ''This leg of my journey was
the only one in which I crossed the

super jet military aircraft. But an



Equator,” Dr. Stritch said. He spent
nearly two weeks on Java and Bali
taking numerous photographs of the
lush, tropical countryside and hand-
some natives.

Next Stop—Bangkok

Next stop was Bangkok, home of
the fabulous Siamese dancing girls
who perform traditional dances that
have been perpetuated for cen-
turies. Dr. Stritch said the fight
game in Siam has adopted unusual
rul to say the least. "The fights
are extremely exciting but the
amusing thing is, they fight with
both their hands and feet. Some of
the boys could really deliver vicious
blows with their insteps,” he said.
The people even have kite fights, he
added, and the air the many
parks is aerial com-
bats.

India will be long remembered by
the doctor. "I entered India at Cal-
cutta. This is a city with vast pro-
blems, crowded with refugees and
with poor sanitation facilities. When
I arrived, a cholera epidemic was
sweeping the city and 70 were dying
daily. Calcutta was the only place I
visited during my entire journey
that I was aware of squalor and
filth. Thousands of religious refu-
gees were continually pouring into
the city, making the curbs and side-
walks their homes. And in addition
to these depressing conditions, it
was hotter than blue blazes, Dr.
Stritch related.







over
a confusion of









Eager to Move On
Eager to move on to more plea-
sant sites, the doctor stayed just
two days in Calcutta and then flew
to Nepal, a small, little-known coun-
try squeezed between India and Red





China. A journey that normally
takes weeks on horseback was ac-
complished in a matter of hours on
an Indian Airlines DC-3. Until the
advent of air travel, few outsiders
had ever entered the once "forbid-
den” nation.

He said pal, with perfect cli-
mate, was completely different from
anything he had ever seen. Down
from the hills would come Tibetan

travelers, often armed to the teeth,



riding their little Mongol ponies and
looking fierce indeed. Dr. Stritch
stayed at the Snow View Hotel dur-

ing his week in Nepal. The name of

the hotel was appropriate becaus2
it offered a breathtaking view of
Mt. Everest. ’’Hillary stopped at
Katmandu enroute to his _history-



making climb to the top of Everest,”
Dr. Stritch said

Back to India







Then off to Agra, home of the
world-famous Taj Mahal. A tribute
to man’s love for beauty, this edifice
was built by an Indian emperor
a tomb for his favorite wife. '’The
Taj Mahal was even more beautiful
and impressive than I expect d it to
be,” the doctor said. "Only
Basil's Church in Moscow rs oe :
above it in beauty.”

In New Delhi, Dr. Stritch had one
of the most unusual and rewarding
experienc: of his entire trip. Be-
friended by three Americans who
had gained an audience with India's
Prime Minister Nehru the next day,
Dr. Stritch was invited to join the
group for the audiencs. "I sat en-
tranced as Nehru delicately explain-
ed India’s reasons for remaining
neutral in the Cold War. In effect
he said that Indians, with a culture
as old as man himself, should be able
to teach both the U-S. and Russia
about the proper way to elevate the

human spirit so that all men could

live in peace. All of us left the
audience very much impressed with
the Indian leader’s point of view,”
he said



THE MOOD of Japan created
by Mrs. Stritch who glamorizes
this souvenir costume.

FE HUMOR di Japon ta crea pa
Sra. Stritch, kende ta duna encan-
to na a bisti aki cu ta un souvenir

is

North to Kashmir




















Then north to the country of
Kashmir, home of that luxurious
wool. Of Persian origin, the Kashmir
people are true Mohammedans. In
addition to eking out a living by
raising wool, they are wood carvers and artists in paper-
maché. ’’Boats and hor: are the
principal means of transportation
there. Traffic signs strictly forbid
galloping through the streets and
many shops are set up in houseboats
Buying some brass curios, I found
I had no cash; but the merchant in-
sisted I take the articles. He said he
would send them to Aruba and I
could mail him the balance later. So
I gave him my card and sure enough
the items arrived the other day. He
certainly was a trusting soul,” Dr
Stritch said

Next stop was Afghanistan, which
until the first part of this century
was forbidden to foreigners upon
the pain of death. Here Dr. Stritch
saw ageless camel caravans, tent
homes with priceless oriental rug
flooring and of all people, Dr. Stritch
saw the great American jazz musi-
cian, Dave Brubeck, who was ap-
parently only appreciated by per-
sonnel of the American and Russian
consulates

Southern Russia

From Afghanistan, Dr Stritch
proczeded to 2k S.S.R., a nation
xf Mongol-like people, located in
Southern Russia, whose forefathers
were members of the hordes of
Ghengis Khan. "It was May 2 when

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DR.

many curios that he collected on
his journey

DR. STRITCH ta admira uno di e

hopi articulonan artistico cu el a
colecta ariba su viahe



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August 30, 1958

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Rond di Mundo den 90 Dia





Viahe Mundial di Un Doctor



IN BANGKOK, Dr tritch wit-

nessed traditional dances perform-

ed by beautiful Siamese dancing
girls

NA BANGKOK Dr
baile tradicional
door di bailarina bunita Siames.

sencia presenta

Stritch a pre-



"Rond di Mundo” ta



un frase encantadora cu a inspira imagina-

cion di hende desde e dianan di Colombus. Durante e ultimo 450 anja-
nan, numeroso cantidad di comerciante, viajero y aventureronan a via-
ha rond di globo buscando nan mes "Shangri La” personal. Den tempo
moderno un tal viahe por worde haci den un poco dia via avionnan











militar di super jet. Pero un viahe
rond mundo ta solamente un "fan-
tasia’, si no tin bastante tempo pa
contempla tur e maravillanan den
mundo

Un tal aventura a worde haci re-
cientemente door di Dr John
Stritch, di Departamento Medico di
Lago, kende a pasa tres luna exci-
tante den un viahe rond globo, Ma-
yoria di e 20 y pico mil milla cu ela
viaha tabata den aire asina cu e lo
tin mas tempo pa bishita e cantidad
di paisnan stranjo ariba su ruta

Cu Oriente Lejano den mente, ta-
bata mas cu natural cu su plan di
viahe tabata asina selecta cu lo e ex-
periencia e excitacion di un Japon
nobo y rapido creciente, lo descifré
e misterionan rond Hong Kong
yriental y para asombra di e antiqui-
dad di Nepal cu nunca ta_ birando
bieuw- Lo e za di e belleza di Raj





BOMBAY CHILDREN were described by Dr. Stritch as unusually healthy
and full of life. Note the mischievous lad on the left.
MUCHANAN DI Bombay tabata describi pa Dr. Stritch como excepcio-

nalmente salud y yen di bida



ACCORDING TO the Nepal Budd-
hists, no one escapes the scrutiny
of Stupa, the all-seeing eye.
SEGUN BUDISTANAN di Nepal,
ningun hende ta scapa for di exa-
minacion di Stupa

Mira e hoben malicioso banda robez.






AT BENARES, on the sacred
Ganges, a Hindu holy man offers
his prayers to the gods.

NA BENARES, ariba e Ganges
Sagrado, un Hindu religioso ta
ofrece su oracionnan na e diosnan.





THIS IS an Afghanistani version of a supermarket which seems to be
offering gaily-colored socks as the day’s specialty.



AKI TA e sy:
ofrece me




ema di un super-mercado di Afghanistan, cual parce ta
a dicolornan briljante como algo special di e dia.

Mahal na India y Catedral San Ba-
silio na Moscow. Contrario na e mu-
chanan sorprendientemente salud di
Bombay el mester a considera e mi-
seria depresionante di Calcutta. Pe-
ro, su mayor sorpresa lo ta e recep-
cion caluroso cu el a ricibi for di ciu-
dadano promedio Rusiano kende ta-
bata considera Americanonan algo
singular pa mira.

Bida na ultramar no tabata un ex-
periencia nobo pa Dr. Stritch. Des-
pues cu el a gradua for di School
Medico na Universidad di Boston y
servicio interno na Newton Wellesley
Hospital, el a bai pa Inglatera na
1951 como un dokter den "helicop-
ter” hunto cu e Squadron 66 di Fuer-
za Area. Siendo uno di e iniciador-
nan den e trabao severo di rescate
area ariba lamar cu helicopter, Dr.
Stritch a presta servicio na Holanda
durante e inundacion di 1952 y a yu-
da organiza hospitalnan di emergen-
cia na Grecia pa e victimanan di
terremoto di 1954















Viahe Mundial a Principia
Maart 10

For di ciudad di Nueva York ariba



Maart 10, Dr. Stritch a bula cu
TWA pa Los Angeles y luego pa
Honolulu. "Aunque Hawaii tabata

pintoresco y diferente,” el a bisa,
"ainda mi tabata sinti cu mi tabata
na Estados Unidos. Mi tabata an-
sioso pa sigui mi viahe.”

Despues di a pasa dos dia na Ho-
nolulu, haciendo frecuente viahes pa
Waikiki Beach, Dr. Stritch a _ subi
abordo di un avion di Linea Area
Japones cu destinacion pa _ Tokio.
"Tokio ta indudablemente e lugar
mas excitante na mundo awendia,”
cl a conta. "Bo mester haci_ sola-
mente un paseo den Calle Ginza y
esaki lo haci bo wowonan sali afor
di tanto cu tin di mira, el a bisa. DC
manera cu e hendenan ta move pu-
ra bai-bini ta munstra e energia vi-
gorosa cu ta respalda e Japon nobo,
pero asina mes e panorama ta stran-
jo y diferente na esun occidental.”

Dr. Stritch a pasa dos siman pla-
centero na Japon y casi contra su
gusto a subi abordo di un avion di
Cathay Pacific dia 29 di Maart pa
e paradox politico... e isla di Hong
Kong. Dr. Stritch ta agrega cu ta
un experiencia misterioso pa descu-
bri com e Inglesnan y e Chino Rojo-
nan ta biba hunto den loke ta apa-
rece di ta un coexistencia pacifico.
El ta bisa cu un florin hende por
cumpra hopi cos aya y cu e mas de-
licioso comida ta costa solamente
Fl. 1.

"E Inglesnan ainda ta
Hong



’rey’ na
Kong. E atmosfero ta masha,



OUR TRAVELER peses in front

of the Taj Mahal, that beautiful
edifice that was built by an Indian
emperor as a tomb for his favorite
wife.
NOS VIAJERO ta para enfrente
di e Taj Mahal, e edificio bunita
cu tabata construi door di un em-
perador Indio como un tumba pa
su esposa favorita.

AT SAMERKAND, in central

Asia, these citizens of Mongol an-

cestry pose in front of Tamerlane’s
tomb.

NA SAMERKAND, den Asia cen-

tral, e cuidadanonan aki descen-

diente di Mongolia ta para dilanti
di tumba di Tamerlane.

masha Britanico. Na ora di te den
Peninsula Hotel, silencio ta precio-
so,” el a bisa. "Un merdia, despues
di a sinti mi basta confortable den e
salon na entrada di e hotel, un em-
pleado di e hotel a bati ariba mi
schouder y a bisa mi poco-poco cu
mi mester move pasobra mi tabata
sinta den e stoel di Sr. Merry-
weather. El a munstra na un platchi
di koper na e leuning di e stoel —
y enberdad, ey tabata scirbi Sr.
Merryweather,.” Tabata evidente,
Dr. Stritch ta conta, cu ki ora Sr.
Merryweather drenta den e salon di
e hotel lo ta mehor cu e stoel ey ta
disponibel pe! "Hong Kong enberdad
tabata masha Britanico,” el a agre-
ga.

Siguiendo pa Indonesia, e pais po-
liticamente trastorna, Dr. Stritch a
bai cu avion haciendo su _ promer
stop na Djakarta, capital di e repu-
blico. "E parti aki di mi viahe taba-
ta e unico durante cual mi a cruza
meridiano ecuatorial,” Dr. Stritch a
bisa. El a pasa casi dos siman ariba
Java y Baili, sakando numeroso por-
tret di e vista campestre bondadoso
y tropical y di e nativonan elegante.

Siguiente Stop — Bangkok

Siguiente stop tabata Bangkok,
pais di e fabuloso bailarinanan Sia-
més kende ta presenta bailenan tra-
dicional cual a keda perpetua pa si-
glonan. Dr. Stritch a bisa cu e "pe-
leanan deportistico’ na Siam a
adopta reglanan excepcional, pa no
bisa otro. "E peleanan ta extrema-
mente excitante, pero loke ta gracio-
so ta cu nan ta bringa cu man y pia.
Algun di e mucha hombernan por
dal golpinan severo cu nan banda di
pia,"”’ el a bisa. E hendenan hasta tin
bringamento di flie, el a agrega, y e
aire ariba hopi parknan ta un con-
fusion di combate areo.

India lo keda hopi tempo den me-






SOMEWHAT AWED at the sight
of her first American is this little
Uzbek girl who is visiting a park
with her father.
ALGO ASOMBRA_ mirando un
Americano pa di promer bez ta e
mucha muher chikito aki di Uzbek,
kende ta bishitando un parque
hunto cu su tata.



TOWERING IN the background
of the Lenin-Stalin tomb is famous
St. Basil’s Church. The guard in

foreground is a typical Russian
soldier.
E TOREN saliendo patras di e

tumba di Lenin-Stalin ta di e fa-
moso Misa San Basilio. E guardia
padilanti ta un solda tipico Ruso.



moria di e dokter. "Mi a drenta In-
dia na Calcutta. Esaki ta un ciudad
cu enorme problema. El ta yen di re-
fugiadonan y cu facilidadnan sani-
tario deplorable. Dia cu mi a yega,
un epidemia di cholera tabata ame-
naza e ciudad y 70 hende tabata mu-
ri tur dia. Calcutta tabata e unico
lugar cu mi a bishita durante hen-
ter mi viahe di cual mi tabata cons-
ciente di miseria y suciedad. Miles
di refugiadonan religioso tabata ye-
gando continuamente den e ciudad,
kendenan tabata haci e mercadonan
y acero nan hogar. Y ademas di e

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RUSSIAN SHOPPERS pass through arcade of the G.U.M., government
operated department store in Moscow. Merchandise doesn’t compare to
U.S. standards.

CLIENTENAN RUSO ta pasa door di e arcada di un G.U.M., un pacus
grandi opera pa gobierno na Moscow. E mercanicia no por worde compa-
ra cu standard di Estados Unidos, Dr. Stritch ta relata.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS

August 30, 1958

g - What Can Be Done?

r ‘
yep eas



The Toll ls Growin



Desgracianan
Ta Aumenta







August 30, 1958

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





PUBLIC RELATIONS Manager B

Teagle presents individual prizes and

trophies to champion and sub-champion at the close of the 1958 Cricket



Competition. St. Eustatius won
PUBLIC RELATIONS Manager B.
dual y becanan na campeonan y esr
competicion di cricket pa 1958.



aki a

the championship again this year.
Teagle ta presenta premionan indivi-
nan den segundo lugar, na e final di e

st. Eustatius a gana e campeonato e anja

atrobe



Esso Researe

h ta Test

Auto cu Tape y Musica

Autonan pa haci test pa evalua



feur ariba un instala
E via rodeador ta a






omoda te oc

worde maneha na mes momento
stacion di control. Pesey, pa algun
clase di testmento di motor, no ta
necesario mas pa manda autonan
afor ariba camina

Registracionnan cu tape magnetico
tuma durante careda ariba camina,
ta controla pedal di gasolin y actua-
cion di brake die autonan di test
den un dup‘icacion exacto manera

un motorista lo
y stop su auto

start, duna gasolin
durante stuurmen-
to normal

I duplicacion aki ta haci posible
pa test gasolin y lubricantenan bao
condicionnan cual ta_ refleha meto-

donan tipico di corre auto mas rea-
listico cu tabata posible te awor
sin enberdad stuur e auto ariba ca-
mina

I promer test di camina pa worde

pa e instalacion di via ro-



aplaz¢



| daedor ta e ruta diario pa entrega
lechi di »9 Research & Engineer-
ing Comps E ruta aki ta cubri





(Continua di pagina 5)

condicionnan aki depresionante, t
bata mas calor cu rayo di relampa-
go, Dr. Stritch a conta.

Ansioso pa sigui pa lugarnan mas
placentero, e dokter a keda_ sola-
mente dos dia na Calcutta y luego
a bula pa Nepal, un pais chikito po-
co conoci preta entre India y China
Rojo. Un viahe normalmente ta
tuma simannan ariba cabai a worde
haci den un cuenta di algun ora den
un DC-3 di Indian Airlines. Promer
cu e venida di viahe area, masha po-
co hende di pafor a yega di drenta
¢ nacion "prohibi”.







cu

Back pa India

Luego, el a bai pa Agra, e pais di
¢ Taj Mahal mundialmente famoso.
Siendo un tributo pa afficion grandi
di hende pa belleza, e edificio aki ta-
bata trah4 pa un emperador Indio
como un tumba pa su esposa favo-
rito. "E Taj Mahal tabata mas buni-
ta i impresionante di loke mi a spe-
ra,” e dokter a bisa. "Solamente e
Misa di San Basilio na Moscow ta
surpase’le den buniteza.”

Su viahe a sigui despues pa e pais
di Kashmir, e lugar di lana luhoso.
Siendo di origin di Persia, e hende-
nan di Kashmir ta Mahomedano.
Fuera di ta gana nan pan door di
colecta lana di carne, nan ta sculp-
tornan excelente den palo y artista
den fabricacion di articulonan di pa-
pel. "Boto y cabai ta e medionan
principal di transportacion aya. Bor-
chinan di trafico ta prohibi stricta-
| mente galopiamento den callenan y
hopi tiendanan ta estableci den bo-

a

ar gpg EERE







combustible y lubricante experimen-

| tal pa motor na Esso Research Center awor por worde opera sin chauf-
on cu via rodeador automatico.

no auto sin chauffeur, y nan tur por
oor di un homber staciona den un



101
di



New
tres ora }
D estudio pa medio di e instalacion
nob) aki ta duna informacion di test
mas exacto cu ta obtenible for di ca-
redanan regu’ar ariba camina paso-
bra diferente combustible y lubrican-
te awor por worde compara bao con-
dicionnan invariante, gracias na e
tapenan di control magnetico
Com ) un informacion incidental di
estudio, a worde descubri cu mu-
sica Rock 'n Roll di un radio den
auto ta haci e chauffeur move e pe-
dal d solin na mes ritmo cu e mu-
sica. Enginieronan di Esso Research
ta munstra cu e movecion innecesa-
rio aki di e pedal ta causa un reduc-
cion significante die cantidad di
millanan cu un galon di gasolin or-
dinariamente lo produci.

Viahe Mundial

tonan trahé como cas.

For di Afghanistan, Dr. Stritch a
sigui pa Uzbek S.S.R., un nacion di
habitantenan cu ta parce hendenan
di Mongolia, cual pais ta situa na
parti sur di Rusia, y kende nan an-
tepasadonan tabata miembronan di
hordas di Ghengis Khan. "Tabata
Mei 2 dia cu nos a yega. E Rusonan
| tabata masha cortes. Mi ta kere cu

e inspeccion di douane a tuma dos
minuut. Pero e pais tabata leuw di
comparacion cu. Estados Unidos. E
architectura y construccion di ciu-
dad en general tabata como 50 anja
| atrasa cu nos. Tur parti cu mi a bai,
| manera na Tashkent y Samarkand,
mi tabata manera un obheto singu-
lar. Americanonan tabata visitante
masha raro na ¢ parti di mundo aki
y e hendenan tabata masha ansioso
pa contra cu uno. Mi a worde trata
manera un prins.” Na Samarkand
el a mira e tumba di Tamerlane, e
gran conquistador Mongolia, den e
ciudad unda cultura di West ta para
schouder cu schouder cu esun di
Oost.

For di Tashkent, Dr. Stritch a bai
abordo di un avion Ruso nobo di
transporte Super Jet, e tipo TU-104.

den un periodo di





e







Na Moscow ariba Mei 4

Celebracion di Dia di Mei juist a
caba ora e dokter a baha na Mos-
cow. Tabata haci frio y su bisti fini
tabata dune’lee poco proteccion. Pe-
ro el tabata alegra di por ta den cu-
vazon di e gran poder mundial, cual
tabata un climax apropiado pa su
viane excitante. "E edificio di aero-
puerto tabata nobo y impresionante,
pero sinembargo el tabata demasia-









Avion ta Hiba
Hobenan pa School

Pa 33 hoben di Aruba luna di Sep-
tember ta nifica e principio di un
carera na school haci posible door
di ayudo for di Lago Scholarship
Foundation. Mas promer den e si-
man aki un avion special carga cu
estudiantenan for di Aruba a sali
pa Holanda, hibando cinco ganador-
nan mas cu a haya yudanza den es
tudio, fuera di esnan cu a worde
anuncia caba.

E estudiantenan nobo ta Srta. Er-
mona F. Martis, Srta. Maria Wathey,
Srta. Jean Lejuez y Srta. Jane Mar-
ques, di cual tur lo bai studia pa
maestra na Kweekschoo! Catolico na
Reuver; y Srta. Yessc L. Busby
kende lo bai studia_ dietética na
Nieuwe Huishoudschool na Amster-
dam.

Pa esnan interes4 pa aplica pa
beurs otro anja, e fecha ultimo pa
ronoba beursnan ta Mei 15, 1959, y
pa beursnan nobo, e fecha ta Juni
15. Sinembargo, promer cu cualkier
asignacion di beurs tuma lugar e
aplicante mester ta aceptaé na un
school aproba, y mester duna na La-
go Scholarship Foundation copianan
di su puntanan den e ultimo anja di
school, y ademas el mester yena un
formulario di aplicacion di e Foun-
dation. Tur correspondencia perte-
neciendo na e programa di beurs
di Lago, mester worde dirigi pa:
Secretary, Board of Administration,
Lago Scholarship Foundation, In-
dustrial Relations Department.

Americanonan

Ta Avisa Pa Keda
Afor di Eleccion

Ciudadanonan di Estados Unidos
bibando na Aruba a worde avisa pa
Consul Americano George Moffitt,
Jr. cu participacion den e eleccion
venidero ariba e isla por costa nan
nan estado como ciudadano.

E penalidad aki ta stipula den Ley
Publico 344 di Estados Unidos, Sr.
Moffitt a bisa, y el a avisa cu ’’par-
ticipacion” tambe ta inclui tuma par-
ti den actividadnan promer cu elec-
cion. Ademas el a avisa cu esnan cu
dos nacionalidad personanan cu
tin Nacionalidad Americano como
Holandes lo perde nan derecho
como ciudadano Estados Unidense
door di vota den o eleccion.

do decora y tabata parce un maga-
shina. Un auto limousine Zis poten-
te, casi mescos cu nos autonan
Packard di promer cu guerra, a hiba
nos pa Moscow pasando door di un
lugar montanjoso cu ta haci hende
corda e parti norte di Michigan,” el
a bisa.

"Tocante Moscow mi por bisa cu e
ta un ciudad singular y fascinador.
E callenan tin por lo menos 14 via
den su hanchura, sinembargo casi
bashi di auto particular. E edificio
mas remarkable ta e universidad,
pero e edificio mas bunita ta Misa
San Basilio. Aunque e frente di e
store-nan ta poco scur y luznan di
neon no ta conoci aya, sinembargo
e poblacion ta move cu rapidez bai-
bin mescos cu den Ciudad di Nueva
York,” el ta conta. E dokter pronto
a determina cu e Rusonan ta conven-
ci cu bida sin e cosnan luhoso, y sin
hasta articulonan basico, ta bon pa
e pais. "Nan ta extremamente pa-
triotico y ningun tiki concentra ari-
ba nan mes. Nan ta parce di tin en-
tusiasmo, orgullo nacional y tremen-
do energia. Nan no a munstra mi
ningun animosidad personal pa mo-
tibo di mi nacionalidad. Mi ta real-
mente convenci cu e Ruso promedio
no ta desea guerra. Pero nan ta tras
di algo,” el a agrega.

For di Moscow, Dr. Stritch a bula
pa Copenhagen y despues pa Ingla-
tera pa pasa busca su esposa Jean.
Despues di un bishita di dos siman
cu parientenan di su esposa y un
viahe cortico pa e Feria Mundial na
Bruselas, e familia Stritch a sali cu
bapor pa Nueva York, cu destina-
cion pa Aruba.

























graduates was Lago Vice President

DISTRIBUTING DIPLOMAS to this year’s Aruba Commercial School



F. E. Griffin. Carle Brown, school

president, stands at right.
PRESENTANDO DIPLOMA e anja aki na estudiantenan cu a gradud na
Aruba Commercial School tabata Vice President di Lago F. E. Griffin.
Carlin Brown, hefe di e school, ta parando banda drechi.



Employees Will

Be Reimbursed

For Non-Hospital Births

The Executive Committee has approved a Medical Department re-
commendation to provide reimbursement up to a maximum of Fls. 50
for obstetrical expenses incurred by eligible wives of employees who

elect to have their child delivered
midwife in Aruba.

The company feels that this op-
tional provision, which is consistent
area practice, may appeal to some
employee's wives for various per-
sonal reasons. It should be noted
that this voluntary election of under-
going child delivery outside the La-
go Hospital will not preclude prena-
tal or postnatal service.

In order to be cligib!e for reim-
ursement the mother must be the
legal wife of a permanent employee,
provided she is not a company em-
ployee.

To obtain reimbursment the em-
ployee or family member must pre-
sent to the Industrial Relations De-
partment: a) Proof of birth, and b)
A receipted bill of actual expenses



incurred for delivery from a non-
company physician or midwife in
Aruba. The Industrial Relations
Dapa' t will then initiate a cash



disbursoment for Fis. 50 or actual
expenses incurred, whichever amount
is less.

—<$<$<$<$<$<$_

Volleyball

TIME

DATE

Flash
Panthers
Rarid I
La Fama
ADC
Rapid II
Rapid II
Fora
Rapid IL
YMCA



Caribe
Rapid I
Rovers
Flash

Ail Stars

Eagles





Dakota Smash Boys

Brazil Jnrs. I

San Nicolas Jnrs.

Companashi

by a non-company physician or a

| IBM System |

(Continued from page 3)

ance of four IBM technicians.

As any employee connected with
the 650 will tell you, the computor
is not human, it can’t think for itself
nor is it an electronic brain” in the
true sense of the word. Without
electricity to power it or trained
personnel to prepare the instruc-
tions which control it and operate
it, the 650 system would be mere
fabrications of metal, wire and glass.

Many, many people in the refine-
ry contribute data and information
which is fed into the 650 computing
system. Everyone who has the res-
ponsibility of writing out time cards
or material tickets should be 100
per cent accurate so that the sy-
stem’s computations can truly re-
flect refinery operations.

Schedule

NAMES OF TEAMS



Brazil Jnrs. I
AOB

Slide Rulers

ADC

Dakota Smash Boys
Fortuna

. San Nicolas Jnrs.
Companashi

vs. Don Bosco Devils
ys. La Fama

. Pova

Storehouse Tigers
Klip Giants
Sputnix

vs.
vs.



n Nicolas Jnrs.
Rapid IIT

. ADC

. Panthers

- Don Bosco Dragons







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SAYING GOODBYE to L. A. Pomeroy after his 21 years of Lago service
were these men from the Mechanical and Process Department. From left,
they are W. L. Edge, F. E. Riggs, Mr. Pomeroy, F. W. Switzer, J. R.
Proterra, W. L. Curtiss and A, G. Kossuth.
BISANDO ADIOS na L, A. Pomeroy despues di 'su 21 anja di servicio cu
Lago tabata e hombernan aki di Mechanical y Process Department. Di
robez, nan ta W. L. Edge, F. E. Riggs, Mr. Pomeroy, F. W. Switzer, J. R-
Proterra, W. L. Curtiss y A. G. Kossuth.










ARUBA ESSO NEWS

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Gh

M. Malcolm

R. Beaty

J

First Hall of Famers

First two players elected to the
Seroe Colorado Little League Hall of
Fame were Michael Malcolm and
Ricky Beaty, both outstanding pitch-
ers in the league. Their names will
be engraved on a_ plaque to be dis-
played in the Junior Esso Club. In-



troduced by former major leaguer
me ; | Danny Litwhiler, the Hall of Fame
; will annually select from one _ to

HIGHLIGHT OF the 1958 Little League baseball season was the ’’exhibi-
tion” game played Aug. 18 by the mothers of the Little League baseballers.
The top-heavy contest saw the Brave Yankees emerge on the top-half of

a 14-5 score over the Giant Redsox, true sports to the end.

E EVENTO mas principal di e temporada di Little League di beisbol pa

1958 tabata e wega di "exhibicion” hunga Aug. 18 pa e mamanan di beis-

bolistanan di Little League. E competicion demasiado pisé a mira com

Brave Yankees a emergi vencedor cu un score di 14-5 ariba Giant Redsox,
cual tabata deportistanan berdadero te na ultimo.

YMCA Softball World Series
Opens Sept. 5 In Sports Park

Lago Sports Park will be the scene of the Aruba Y.M.C.A. Softball
World Series when 14 league teams start battling for championship |
honors on Friday, Sept. 5, at 5:00 p.m. Slated to be a three-game series,| systema calculador ta basta facil
the champions will be the team that cops two out of three games. | pa comprende.

The second round of the series will be played Sept. 6, games starting | Aproximadamente 50 bez mas ra-
at 3:00 p.m. If necessary, a_ third



three outstanding players who are

in their last year of Little League
IBM Systema

play.
Continua di pagina 3)
implementonan y metodonan di ope-
racion nobo por haya su competi-
cion estableci firme den un
posicion competitivo.

Pa describi e intrincanciones di
cualkier systema calculador elec-
tronico ta un trabao cu por wel
worde laga na e technico of inge-
niero. Pero e eficiencia obtene door
di refineria pa medio di e uso di e

























, Nb Seok 7 al pido y mas exacto cu un
eee e played on Sept. 7, also National League electro-mecanico, e 650 diariamente
aE 9-00 /Dm- Won Lost| ta yuda Accounting Department pa
- Three Stone Jrs. 1 eee PE Be
In he can a bean League, the Don) pig“Boys 4 2 | compila enorme cantidad di infor-
Bosco A’s have the pennant sewed Da Eorcomne 2] macion y ta yuda Technical Service
: pueees ’ igh Life Jrs. 2 a
Be Saar heanlaaagen pene no de- Dodgers 3 2| Department pa soluciona su nume-
eats. The ree Stone Jrs- are in| Giants 1 Wier . i
Pieter ineanintenemNationalietesete West End Boys A 5 | roso problemanan technico
but it could end up in a five-way tie Den Accounting, control di surti-
‘ e jo di material pa inventario cu
f they lost to the West End Boys — :
eee on ev B's, FREES CYI Report 70,000 articulo y listanan di pago
Irs. and Dodgers all won their last Bp Ce aenyOrdeg La Laman nae 4000:
games, (Continued from Page 2) Informacion mas rapido y mas ex-
The Y.M.C.A. program in Aruba acto for di e systema ta pone Store-
Sean C&LE house su directiva den posicion di
Se ce an ee J. E. Francis . Fils. 35/ mantene inventario adecuado ariba
secretary from New Bevan ann Cracking un base economico. Calculacion ra-
is , | E. Tromp Fls. 30| pido di listanan di pago pa medio di
wae oe ee pedis carne occ ae E. Giel Fls. 30| e systema ta un yudanza vital pa
ee aoe 335 eects ea are mem- Bee aN estore Hubert id Pe noc eueDa Meta say azo
herd GEA TAR UBACe LOF di Accounting. Ademas, mas eficien-
OnkSeaeS tras Raper ly H. M. Hernandez Fils. 30] te metodonan di Oil Accounting ta
Bee Softball ae ae pE H. V.. Besselink Fis. 30] worde desarolla door di uso di in-
arena Utilities formacion compil4 pa e systema.
ae Stas Geen ot Segeruce BF. E. Groeneveldt Fis. 35 TSD ta utilizando e systema pa
Heights Club. 2 5°) L. Mck. Martin Fils. 30 obtene lo mehor programa di ope-
J. V. Frolunde Fis. 25} racion pa e unidadnan di refinacion.
Standings in the Aruba Y.M.C. A. Tech. Sery. E departamento tambe ta den posi-
Softball League as of Aug. 24. eee EIG a 0 cion pa calcula mezcla di producto
Canhbean Lesgus » A. Kelly s. 40} cu mayor exactitud door di calcula-
' Won Lost r Eng. cionnan di e mashin 650, asina e ta
eared A's e o eave Martinez Fis. 40) reduci regalo den calidad di producto.
Bordo Boys 3 2|C. B. Bislip P Fis. 25|/Door di programacion cuidadoso
SeNTEne orn Jrs. 1 a Lab. No. 2 _|door di TSD ariba e mashin 650 ta
Lucky Strike 0 5 L. E. J. Louison Fis. 35 | posible pa aumenta rendimento di
Parkietenbos Boys e 5| G, Falconi Fis. 20|productonan valuable cu tremendo
|economizacion pa compania
cs | Accounting Department ta _ res-
| ponsable pa operacion y mantene-|
| cion di e systema hunto cu e asisten-
a 44—— | cia di cuatro technico di IBM.
core = ee ; Manera cualkier empleado _ tra-
aan (seepramelsnsvuiewnnendnn test tna iat hando cu e mashin 650 lo conta bo,



| e calculador no ta humano, e no por
pensa pa su mes, tampoco el no ta
un "cerebro electronico” den e ber-
dadero sentido di e palabra. Sin elec-
tricidad pa dune’le energia of pers
nal entrend pa prepara e_ instruc-
cionnan cu ta contrele y pa opere’le, |
e systema 650 lo ta meramente un|
| fabricacion di metal, waya y glas;
sin valor.





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mehor |

A FAREWELL message goes from

ball
nant-w
| dinner and players selected for th
UN MENSAHE di despedida ta bai
di liga mayor kende a conduci e el









| quete teni

Esso Research |

Test cars needed to evaluate expe

an automated treadmill.
The treadmill accommodates up t

Thus, for some types of engine tests, |

it is no longer necessary to send
cars out on the road.
Magnetic tape recordings, made

during on-the-road runs, control the
tion and braking cycle of the

in act duplication of
st would start,
low down and stop his car
driving.

accelera
test ¢
the
celerate
during normal

This duplication makes it possible



an




way motor





to test gasolines and lubricants un-
der conditions which reflect typic-
al driving patterns more realistical-
ly than has been possible until now
without actually driving
over the road.
The first road test to be replaced|
the treadmill embly

cars

Esso



as is



| who conducted the baseball clinic, to Little League and Pony League base
, their parents and guests at an award banquet held Aug. 16, Pen-
nning Yankees and Hall of F.





th and Engineering
daily milk run. This
a 101-mile route in
New Jersey traffic

Compa-
run has

metro-



ny’s
cov:
politan

red

over a

(Continued from page 4)
wen landed. The Russians were very |
courteous. I think the customs in-
spection took two minutes. But Tash-
kent was a far cry from the States. |
The architecture and layout in gene- |
ral were about 50 years behind us.
Everywhere I went, such as Tash-
kent and Samarkand, I was sort of
an oddity. Americans are rare visit-
ors to this end of the world and the
people were very excited in getting
to meet one. I we treated like a
prince.” At Samarkand he saw the
tomb of Tamerlane, the great Mon-
gol conqueror, in the city where
Western culture brushes shoulders

with the East
From Tashkent, Dr



Stritch board-





| Hopi, masha hopi hende den refi
| neria ta contribui informacion y
tos cual ta worde pasa den e s
ma calculador 650. Cada kende cu
| tin e responsabilidad di firma time-
| card of tikete di material mester ta
100 porciento exacto, asina cu e cal-
| culacionnan di e systema por refle-
| ha verdaderamente operacionnan
di refineria.
| Lago su mashin 650








e

IT’S A hit, as a youthful player in the Y.M.C.A.

All-Star game connects
with the hard wood. National League topped the Caribbean League in the
Aug. 9 contest by a 7-2 score.



nobo ta un

implemento mas den e programa di
compania pa mantene
7

su posicion
| competitivo den mercado mundial y
pa asegura un nivel continuo di ope-
racion provechoso

E TA un hit, loke un hungador hubenil a conecta den e wega All-Star di
Y.M.C.A. cu su bate. Liga Nacional a vence Liga Caribe den e competicion
di Aug. 9 cu un score di 7-2.



ed the new Russian super-jet trans-
port, the TU-104. The 1800 miles to
Moscow was covered in three hours
and fifty minutes, traveling at an
altitude of 33,000 feet.
Moscow
May Day celebration had just
come to an end when the doctor
Janded in Moscow. It was cold and

his light clothing offered him little
protection. But exhilarated
at being in the heart of the great
world power, a fitting climax to his
exciting journey. "The airport ter-
minal building was new and impres-
sive, yet over-decorated and barn-
like. A powerful Zis limousine, al-
most a carbon copy of our pre-war
Packard, whisked into Moscow

he was





us



August 30, 1958

Danny Litwhiler, ex-major league

ame selections were honored at the
e All-Star team were announced.

for di Danny Litwhiler, ex-hungador
inica di beisbol, pa hungadornan di

Little League y Pony League, nan mayornan y huespednan na un ban-

Aug. 16.



s Testing Cars

With Magnetic Control Tapes

rimental motor fuels and lubricants

at the Esso Research Center can now be operated-without drivers-on

o eight unmanned cars, all of which

can be driven simultaneously by one man stationed in a control house.

three-and-a-half-hour period

The new-treadmill study provides
test information thar
is obtainable from conventional roac,

more accurate







runs because different fuels and lu
bricants can now be compared un-
der unvarying conditions, thanks tc
the magnetic control tapes

As a sidelight to the study, it was’
learned that rock 'n roll music on ¢
car radio can cause a driver to un
consciously jiggle the accelerator
pedal in rhythm with the music. Es
so Research engineers point out that
this unnecessary working of the pe
dal can cause a Ss ificant decrease
in the number of miles a gallon of
gasoline ordinarily produces

Esso Research said the new inj
stallation will probably record moré¢
than a million test miles in the next
year.



Around The World

through a wooded area that reminds

















one of northern Michigan,” he said
"About Moscow, I can s it’s <
unique and fascinating city. Street
are at least 14 lanes wide yet al
most devoid of private cars. Great
est landmark is the university bu
the most beautiful structure is St
Basil's. Store fronts are dim and
neon signs unheard of, but the popu
lace still rushes around a 14 New '
York City,” he related. The doctor ~
soon determined that the Russians *
ure convinced that doing without
luxuries, even basic commodities,
good for the country. They are
tremely patriotic and not the least !
bit self-centered. They seem to have !
enthusiasm, national pride and tre
mendous energy. No personal ani
mosity was shown me because of m}
nationality. I really um convincec ~
that the average Russian does noi
want war. But they are after some
thing,”” he added
Most of his ten days there were
spent sightseeing during the after
noon and visiting the theaters 0)
circus at night. He was constantly !
accompanied by a Russian guide whc ~
just couldn’t understand his motive: P
for being in Russia 2
From Moscow, Dr. Stritch flew t«

Copenhagen and then to England t

wife Jeanne. After a twi

week with her parents, and ¢

side trip to the World's Fair in Brus

the Stritches sailed for New
Aruba bound



join his



visit

sels,

York



Full Text








ruba Esso New:







VOL. 19, No. 18

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO.,

LTD.



Comité Ta Aproba Plan



EmpleadonanLoHayaReembolso!

Pa Parto Sin Hospitalizacion

Comité Ehecutivo a aproba un



recomendacion di Departamento Me-

dico pa duna reembolso te un maximo di Fls- 50 pa cubri gastonan di
dunamento di luz haci pa esposanan eligible di empleadonan kendenan
ta prefera di duna luz na man di un dokter no di compania of un par-

tera na Aruba.





Barnes, Schwengle,
Long Service Men,
Are Retiring










Six rs of company s
vice, represented by two men,
ending soon The two, D. P. Barr
director of laboratories, and J. F

ngle room steward, General
s Department, are leaving
their jobs on retirement Aug. and






| practico den





stipulacion
, cual ta con ente cu
e territorio, por ta atrac-



opeional



tivo pa in esposanan di emplea-
donan pa varios motibo personal.
Mester worde not4 cu ec preferencia
\ ntario aki di dunamenio di luz}



pafor di Hospital di L
clui pre-natal of post-natal
Pa po

mester

9 lo no ex-|

ser eligible pa reembolso e
mama esposa legal di|
un empleado permanente, contal cu
e no ta un empleado di compania

Pa obtene reembolso, e empleado
of miembro di familia
senta na Departamento di Rele
Industrial Prueba di nacemen-

tae





sion







Sept. 1 respectively ae
to, y (b) un recibo firma contenien-
Started in 1938 | do e berdadero gastonan haci pa du-
Mr. Barnes came to Aruba in May,|amento di luz for di un dokter of
1938 as a chemist. In January, 1939| partera no di compania na Aruba
he was made group head-laborator-| Den tal caso Departamento di Rela-
cion Departamental lo encamina e
ESE | re 2mbolso di Fis. 50 of gastonan
ia P= | berdadero cu a worde haci, depen-







~ |

J. Schwengle

D. Barnes

ies, and in
moted to
Prior to
worked

pany

April,
director

1945 was pro-
of laboratories.
his Lago service, he had}
with andard Oil Com- |
(New Jersey), Humble Oil &|
Refining Co-, Hausteca Petroleum|
Co. in Tampico, Mexico, and also
with Cia. Trans. de Pet, also in Tam-
pico. His retirement date is in De-|
cember. |





With service of more than 2
years, Mr. Schwengle concludes a

long Lago career
ly employed in
ment

He was original-|
the Labor Depart-
in October, 1925, and later
worked in General Services as labor-

er, house boy and steward. He will]
live in Aruba following retirement
Sept. 1.

Tres Nombra Na Posicionan
Den Lago Laboratorio

Cambionan den Laboratorio des-
lida cu pension di Director
di Laboratorio D. P arnes a wor-
de anuncia siman pasa.

puesto di Sr. Bar-
nes Sept. 1 lo ta H. F. Couzy, kende
anteriormente tabata Group Head A
den Oil I tion & Knock Lab. Su
puesto a ocupa pa R. K. Bal-
lard, ken a haya promocion di
Group Head B. E tercer cambio ta
nombram J. F. Reynolds,
anteriormente Senior Chemist, pa si-
gi Sr. Ballard.

Sr. Couzy a pasa casi tur su 25
anjanan di servicio den Laboratorio-
nan di TSD. El a cuminza na Lago
na September 1933 como Operator





Tumando over



e



o di

den Laboratorio di Inspeccion. Lue-|

go el a traha como quimico y shift
leader,

| diendo cual suma ta mas



Na semptember 1948 el a| promovi pa Senior Chemist na 1956.

abao.



2000 Ta Falta Di

RicibiTercerlnjeccion

Mas di 2,00) yiunan di emplea-
donan di La a falta di tuma e
injeccion di Salk contra
Polio ofreci gratis door di Com-
pania. Departamento Medico ta
munstra cu e muchanan cu a ri-
e serie di
inmunidad
promer

tercer



cibi e promer dos di
injeccion, no tin
contra poliomyelitis, y
dosnan lo no tin efecto.

E tercer injeccion lo ta obteni-
ble na Hospital durante oranan
normal di clinica te Nov. 1. Mes-
ter tin un intervalo di no mas cu
un anja entre e segundo y tercer
injeccion. Pesey, ta imperativo pa
haya e segundo
den otofo di 1957 pa

tres

e





muchanan cu
vaccinacion

a





mester pre-|

| oportunidad pa



reporta na Hospital promer cu
Nov. 1 pa nan keda proteha con-
tra c enfermedad

Tur tres injeccion ta worde du-

na gratis na yiunan di empleado-
nan.

h




ya promocion pa Group Head B,
hando den trabao experimental y
di desarollo. Sr. Couzy a move pa
Group Head A den seccion fisica y
quimica. Na December 1955 el a tu-
ma ce mes trabao den Oil Inspection
& Knock Lab.

Sr.



Ballard a cuminza traha como
un Oil Inspector na Augustus 1932.
El a traha succesivamente como ope-
rator y shift leader promer cu el a
haya promocion pa Group Head na
Maart 1945. El a worde haci Group
Head A na April 1952.

Promer di a bini na Lago na De-
cemb2r 1945 como un quimico, Sr.
Reynolds a traha pa mas di ocho!
anja cu Humble Oil & Refining Com-
pany. Despues di varios asignacion
den e laboratorionan aki el a worde



| no



FIVE MORE 30-year men, front row, listen as Executive Vice President

F. E. Griffin thanks them for their long service. The five are, from left,

Sabino Ferres, Matthew Banfield, George Ritchie, Supriano Schwengle
and Octavio de Cuba.

CINCO MAS empleado cu 30 anja di servicio, linea adilanti, ta scucha



mientras

Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F. E. Griffin ta gradici nan pa nan

servicio largo. E cinco-nan aki ta, robez pa drechi, Sabino Ferres, Mat-
thew Banfield, George Ritchie, Supriano Schwengle y Octavio de Cuba.

Cineo ta Celebra Servicio;

Ricibi Premio

pa 30-Anja

’Pa bosonan, como pa e mas di 100 kende a ricibi reconocimento si-
milar, 30 anja di servicio ta un hecho importante den bida; y na nom-
ber di Directiva di Lago, mi ta felicita boso cu tal servicio.” Cu e pala-
branan aki, Vice Presidente Ehecutivo F. E. Griffin a parti e certifica-
donan y emblemanan di 30 anja na cinco empleado na un reunion spe-

cial di Management Staff ariba Aug. |

15.

Esnan honra tabata Matthew O.
Bankfield, foreman di Mechanical-
Machinist; Sabino de J. Ferres, Cor-
poral A di Mechanical-Yard; Supria-
Schwengle, Shift Foreman di
Cleanout di Mechanical-Yard; Octa-
vio de Cuba, pipefitter di Mechanic-
al-Pipe, y George F. Ritchie, shift
supervisor di Marine Department

Superintendente di Mechanical De-
partment J. R. Proterra cu orgullo
a reclama cu cuatro di e cinco-nan
tabata miembro di su departamento.
"Mi conoce nan desde hopi anja,” el
a bisa, "y mi ta contento di tin e

bisa com util nan
compania durante e
tempo ey.” Sr. Banfield a bini pa e
Departamento for di Dry Dock y
durante su 30 anja nunca tabatin un
accidente industrial cu perdida di
tempo. El ta un ansioso piscador y

tur tabata pa



| ta traha boto como pasa-tempo.

Sr. Ferres, "uno di e mehor rig-
gers cu nos semper tabatin’, tabata
tin parti den construccion di algun
di e structuranan cual ta plama den
e vista alto di Lago. Den temponan
pasa, tempo cu Sr. Proterra tabata
un beisbolista, Sr. Ferres tabata un
fanatico di beisbol, y esnan presen-
te pa e ceremonia aki a goza di ten-
de tocante e apuestonan cu Sr. Fer-
res a haci ki ora Sr. Proterra tabata
alista pa pitcha un wega.

Tanto Sr. Griffin como Sr. Pro-
terra a recorda com anjanan pasd
nan a traha hunto cu Sr. Schwengle,
e promer senjor a menciona cu Sr.
Schwengle su record di ningun ac-
cidente tabata "remarkable pa un
hende encargdé cu trabao di clean-
out.”

Sr. de Cuba su trabao cu seguri-
dad durante su 30 anja di servicio
cu Compania, mayoria den Mechanic-
al-Pipe, tambe a worde menciond
door di su superintendente di depar-
tamento como evidencia di su valor.

Alisté pa bai cu pension otro lu-
na, Sr. Ritchie "lo worde falta den
conducimento di nos operacionnan
marina,” Gerente di Marina J. H.
Brown III ta bisa. Como un shift

| supervisor, "el tabata popular, util



ly valuable pa nos tur.” Sr. Ritchie

a sirbi como un oficial ariba bapor-
nan nabegando entre Aruba y Lago
Maracaibo durante hopi anja pro-
mer di a bin traha na tera na 1937
2 Departamento di Marina.





August 30, 1958





Three Named
To Positions
In Lab Changes

Changes in the laboratory fol-
lowing the departure on retire-
ment of Laboratories Director D.
P. Barnes were announced last
week.

Succeeding Mr. Barnes Sept. 1 will
|be H. F. Couzy, who was formerly
| group head A in the Oil Inspection
and Knock Lab. His place will be
filled by R. K. Ballard, promoted
from group head B. The third change
is the appointment of J. F. Reynolds,
formerly senior chemist, to succeed
Mr. Ballard.

Mr. Couzy has spent all of his
nearly 25 years of service in TSD-
Laboratories. He started in Lago in
September, 1933 as operator in the
inspection lab. He worked later as
chemist and shift leader. In Sep-
tember, 1948 he was promoted to
gzoup head B, working in experimen-
tal and development work; Mr. Cou-
sy moved to group head A in physics
and chemistry. In December, 1955
he took the same job in oil inspec-
tion and Kock Lab.

Mr. Ballard started work as oil
inspector in August, 1932. He work-
ed su vely as operator, subfore-
man, tradesman, assistant operator
and shift leader before being promot-
group head in March, 1945. He
made group head A in April,









Before coming to Lago in Decem-
ber, 1945 as chemist, Mr. Reynolds
had worked for more than eight
years with Humble Oil and Refin-
ing Company. After various assign-
ments in the laboratories here he
was promoted to senior chemist in
12 , 1956.





Special Plane Takes Students

To Their School

September for 38 young men and
from Aruba means the start
hool career made possible by
grants from the Lago Scholarship
Foundation. Earlier this week a spe-
cial plane loaded with students took
off from Aruba for Holland, carry-
ing five more grants winners in ad-
dition to those already announced.
The new st Miss Er-
mona FI’. Martis, Miss Maria Wathey,
Mi Jean Lejuez and Miss Jane
Marques, all of whom will study
teaching at R. K. Kweekschool, Reu-
ver; and Miss Ye L. Busby, who
will study dietetics at Nieuwe Huis-









are








houd School in Amsterdam
The

three students pictured here
ioned in previous issues of
this publication but their photos were
not available at that time. They are
Marcellino Kock, Efigenio Croes and
Luidens.










s In Holland



E. Croes F. Luidens

should be addressed
to Secretary, Board of Administra-
tion, Lago Scholarship Foundation,
Indusirial Relations Department.

ship program









Americans Warned
To Avoid Election

U.S. citizens living in Aruba
have been warned by the Ameri-
can Consul, George Moffitt, Jr.,





Tor persons in-
ed in apply-
for scholar-

ships next year,
the deadline for
renewals is May
15, 19 and for|
new awards, June
15. Before any

grant can be made |
however, the appli- |









= cant must be ac-

M. Kock copted in an ac-
credited school, and must submit to
the Lago Scholarship Foundation
copies of his grades in his last
school year, plus a completed Foun-
dation application form All cor-

respondence relating to the Scholar-

that participation in the forth-
coming island elections may cost
them their citizenship.

This penalty is provided in U.
Public Law 344, Mr. Moffitt
and warned that "participa-
tion’ 2 includes taking part in
pre-clectoral activities. He warn-
ed further that dual nationals —
persons holding both American
and Dutch nationality will lose
their claim to U citizenship by
voting in the election.



Ss.





a





| See ee eS


Arusa Ess NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS

ANTILLES, BY LAGO OIL

Printed by the Aruba Drukkerij N.V., Neth. Ant.





Supriano Schwengle. The two men



Five More Employees Earn

30-Year Service Awards |

For you men, as for the more
than 100 who have received similar |
awards, 30 years of service is a|
milestone; and on behalf of Lago
Management, I congratulate you
on reaching it.” With these words,
Executive Vice President F. E. Grif-
fin distributed 30-year certificates
and emblems to five employees at a
special Management Staff meeting
Aug. 15.

Honored were Matthew O. Ban-
field, foreman, Mechanical-Machin-
ist; Sabino de J. Ferres, corporal A,
Mechanical-Yard; Supriano Schwen-
gle, cleanout shift foreman, Mechan-
ical-Yard; Octavio de Cuba, Pipe-
fitter, Machanical-Pipe, and George
I’. Riotchie, shift supervisor, Marine
Department.

Mechanical epartmez Superin-
tendent J. R. Proterra proudly clair-
ed four the five as members of his
department. "I've known them for
years,” he said, "and I’m glad of
the opportunity to say how useful
they have all been to the company
in that time.” Mr. Banfield came to
the Department from the Dry Dock,
and in his 30 years never had a lost-
time industrial accident. He is, Mr.
a said, an avid fisherman,
lds boats as a hobby



Prot




VICE PRESIDENT Griffin talks over the old days

& TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

with 30-year man

worked together some years ago.

VICE PRESIDENTE Griffin ta papia tocante tempo bieuw cu e empleado

di 30 anja di servicio Supriano Schwengle. E dos-nan aki a traha hunto
algun anjanan pasa.

Mr. Ferres, "one of the best rig-
gers we ever had”, had a hand in
erecting some of the structures

which dot the Lago skyiine. In the}
old days, when Mr. Proterra was a
baseball player, Mr. Ferres was base- |
ball fan, and those present for the
coremony enjoyed hearing of the bets
Mr. Ferres made whenever Mr. Pro-
terra was scheduled to pitch.

Both Mr. Griffin and Mr. Proter-
ra recalled working years ago with
Mr. Schwengle, the former mention-
ing that Mr. Schwengle’s no-accident
record was "remarkable for one en-
gaged in clean-out work.”

Mr. de Cuba’s safe performance
through 30 years of company ser-
vice, most of it in Mechanical-Pipe,
was also mentioned by his depart-
ment superintendent as evidence of
his value.

Scheduled to retire next month,
Mr. Ritchie "will be missed in the
conduct of our marine operations,”
according to Marine Manager J. H.
Brown III. As a shift supervisor "he |
has been popular, useful and valuable |
to us all.” Mr. Ritchie served as of-
ficer on ships plying between Aruba
and the lake for many years before



coming ashore in 1937 to work in
the Marine Department.





MATTHEW BANFIELD, left, talks

L. Wilkins, right, as H. H. Garig and G. B.

Mathews listen.
MATTHEW BANFIELD, robez, ta

E. L. Wilkins, drechi, mientras H. H. Garig
y G. B. Mathews ta scuchando.

OVER A cigarette, Mr.
Edge, enjoy reminiscing
days.

with E,

papia cu
Edge ta goza memorianan
den Lago.

Ferres
about

HUMANDO UN cigaria Sr. Ferres y W. L

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Ex-Lago Employees
Move Upward

Joseph Andreae and C.
have been moved to new pc
the Standard Oil Company
Jersey) organization

Mr. Andreae, who we
manager from 1945 to 195:
named

F. Smith
ions in
(New









s



marine
has been












vice president of the new
formed Es30 Tankers, Inc., and Mr
Smith, former superintendent of staff
who left Lago for Jer-
has been appointed as-




nt to the Department Manage
fi s Employee Relations |
Department.

Dos Empleado
Cu LargoServicio
Cu Pension

Sesenta-y-dos anja di vicio cu
compania, acumula pa dos hende, ta
terminando pronto. E dosnan aki ta
D. P. Barnes, hefe di Laboratorio,
y J. R. Schwengle, room ste
General Services Department, ken-
denan ta bai laga nan trabao y ta
ee cu pension ariba Aug. 27 y Sept



RELAXIN
ard, di| ind






DE
respectivamente. mr

Sr. a bini Aruba
1938 como un quimico



Barnes na Mei

s Na Januari
di e siguiente anja el a worde nom-
como group head di Laborato-
rionan y na April 1945 el a haya
promocion como director di Labor
torionan. Promer cu su servicio na



In July






































SEES

G










WITH a favor
rial relations at the University of Maryland. Dr.
ing with the Lago Employee Council on labor matters.
SCANSANDO CU un pipa favorita ta Dr. Harold Sylvester, profesor
di relacion industrial na Universidad di Maryland. Sr. Sylvester ta confe-
iando cu Lago Employee Council ariba asuntonan di obrerismo.



August 30, 1958



e pipe is Dr. Harold Sylvester, professor of
vester is meet-







‘Two Fls. 150 Awards Lead






















Lago, el a traha cu Standard Oil . 7
Company (New Jer. , Humble Oil List of 43 CYI| Winners
& Refining Co., Huasteca Petroleum ra ~ 5 P
Co. na Tampico, Mexico, y tambe cu|__1W° awards for Fis. 150 and another for Fls. 100 were the big win-
Cia. Trans. de Petroleo, tambe na aeoia in July’s Coin Your Ideas list-
Tampico. Su fecha di pension ta De- W 5 Lemen, Mechanical-C&Z, suggested replacing ball bearing with
Renn ete babbit or bronze sleeve bearing on tar pumps at cracking units, and
Seer ae J. Artsen, also Mechanical-C&Z suggested the installation of an anchc
=e ni Pearce ie es Seas 2]|plate between bands on two cran pe eee
st a ; ; ae : foe 4 UN | Both of these ideas were worth Fls.| W. Lemen ‘
arera largo cu Lago. Originalmente 150. The third big award, Fis. 100, | J. P. Wever Fis. 30
eaabata emplea den Labor Depart- | ajso went to a Mechanical-C&Z man,|G. L. Arrindell Fis. 25
ment na October 1925, y luego el a|y, pp Hodge. His idea was to ew Electrical
traha den General Services como un | j, shaft keys on GAR compress al H. de Gourville Fls. 20
laborer, house boy y steward. Des- | to prevent slippage Cleanout
pues di bai cu pension Sept. 1 el lo The complete list of July winners| C. R. Yeung
keda biba na Aruba. follows: . F. Coffie
Accounting Pipe
2000 Children |A. R. Tappin Fis, 75| ©. H. Bilis Fis. 40
e ° LR. Simplify Lago Vacation Poli-| S. Dirksz Fils. 25
Neglecting Third ey & Administration rul Yard
e ‘ Executive B. Rodriguez
Salk Polio Shot J. Lambert Fis. 50] Instrument
More than children of Lago | P.R. Install radio(s) for purpose]. B. Geerman See
employees have failed to take the |©f Obtaining information for man-| See ee , =
third Salk anti-polio shot offered free | @8¢ment. 7 a ae eee Peta to
by the company. The Medical De- Gen. Serv. Men eee ees aaa. ee ad
partment points out that these child oe. eae i wy ea
ren, who have received the first two | __ Ind. Rel. - eee 3. 100
of the three-shot series, do not have Ee es si 1A 3 ae ee
immunity against poliomyletis, and Sy : ne aY 1 . ‘ me as ie
the first two will have no effect. J. Kelly MED Eka 20 ( x thom ; fina nt or be
The third shot will b2 available at |D Quant 30 mint lo on compressors.
the Hospital during normal clinic | R E. A. Martin 25 Metal Trades
hours up to Nov. 1. There should be |Miss L. D. Every 20| W. J. E. Wilson Fls
an interval of no r ro than one year Machinist W. J. EB. Wilson Fls.
between the second and third shots. | yw > pLemen 150| O. Jane Fils
Therefore it is ir ‘ative that child- Mcch.-C&Z. Replac pearing Carpenter
ren who got the cond shot in the | with babbit or bronze pearing | H. M. Henriquez Fis. 25
fall of 1957 report to the hospital be- | on tar pups at Cracking Piant un Process









fore Nov. 1 to be protected against |N fF. Torcatt Fis. £0 Acid & Edel
the disease. | Mech.-Mach. Have stesl glands on| F’. Boelhoud

All three shots are provided with- |5"x51/,;x24 nat’l transit pumps bi I Mort :
out charge to employee children | bronze lines to full length of bore (Continued on page 8)





THERE'LL ALWAYS be an

39-

and W. L.

Lago early





ear man George Ritchie, left, and R

England, says OCTAVIO DE CUBA,

N.

Wilkie and A. Tully agree



SEMPER LO tin un Inglate

di dianan pasado
Wilkie y A. Tully ta bai di ac

a,
30 anja George Ritchi, robez, ta bisa, y R. N

Empleade di

uerdo cu ne



looking crisp in a bow

tie relaxes after the award ceremony with N.
S. Shirley.

OCTAVIO DE CUBA, mirando vivamente cu

hi-pushi ta deseansando despues di pre-

ado hunto cu N. S. Shirley



su da
sentacion y certif


August 30, 1958

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





to Lago
instru-

rHE
from

shipped
sensitive

13 machines that make up the 650 system were

freight to protect their delicate,
mentation

E DIEZTRES mashinnan cu ta forma e systema 650 tabata embarca pa

Lago for di Miami cu avion di ¢ a pa proteha nan instrumentnan deli-

cado y sensitivo.

Miami via air





CHECKING THE IBM printer is Hubert D’Arnault,

of the tabulating and statistical division. Information

received from the computer or tape data selector emer-

ges from the machines in the form of a report printed
on a long roll of paper.





——

THIS GENERAL view of the Electronic Data Process-

} ing and Computing Center shows the working arrange-

ment of the 650 computing system. Left to right are

} Clyde Harms and Henflih Fradi, at the 650 console;

Earl Cook; Dennis Lau, sitting foreground, and James
Seott.

E VIS

die





TRAHANDO PA check e imprentador IBM ta Hubert
D’Arnault, di Tabulating & Statistica Division. Infor-
macion recibi for di e calculador of di e selector di da-
tos ariba tape ta sali for di e mashinnan den forma di

For TDS, Accounting



tronic computing machinery that
quickly provides management with
accurate information to assist them

in operating the refinery more ef-
ficiently. This efficiency ultimately
benefits Lago employees, the con-

pany itself and its customers.

On June 9, the final units of the
650 electronic data processing and
computing system were put into ser-
vice after two years of planning,
installation and training. Dubbed an
all-purpose, stored program elec-
tronic calculator by the Internation-
al Business Machine Corp., Lago’s
650 tape system is composed of 13
IBM machines. The basic system,
which replaced an older electro-
mechanical system (CPC) installed
in 1954, consists of a card reader,
650 console, power unit and printer.
This system has been in use at Lago
since May, 1957. The auxiliary units
that went into service in June con-

sist of a card read/punch unit, six
magnetic tape units, tape control
storage

unit and immediate access



eae -

un rapport emprenta.

a

A general aki di e Electronic Data Processing
Computing Center ta munstra e arreglo di operacion
ystema calculador 650. Di robez pa drechi nos ta
mira Clyde Harms y Henflih Fradl, na a mashin Con-
solo 650; Earl Cook, Dennis Lau, sintando mas adilanti,

y James Scott.



unit. An additional and important
unit housed in EDPACC is a tape
data selector which is actually not
connected to the 650 system.

The decision to replace the old
CPC calculator was primarily be-
cause Lago’s needs exceeded _ the
capabilities of the CPC. In such a
competitive industry as the oil in-
dustry, an enterprise such as Lago
must accept and utilize major tech-
nological advances so it can protect
its own and its employees’ interests.

The company feels that any enter-
prise that hesitates to adopt new
tools and operating methods may
find its competition firmly fixed in
a better competitive position.

To describe the intricacies of any
clectronic computing system is a
job best left to the technician or
engineer. But the efficiency gained
by the refinery through the use of
the computing system is fairly easy
to comprehend.

Roughly 50 items faster and more
accurate than an electro-mechanical
system, the 650 daily helps the Ac-
counting Department process vast
amounts of data and aids Technical
Service Department in the solution
of its many technical problems.

In Accounting, materials stock
control, with a 70.000 items inventory,
and payrolls are now being proces-
sed on the 650. Faster, more accu-
rate information from the system
enab'es Storehouse management to
maintain adequate inventories on an
ceonomical basis. Computation of
payrolls on the system is a vital aid
to accuracy in this major Account-
ing function. In addition, more effi-
cient methods of Oil Accounting are
being developed through the use of
data developed on the 650.

TSD has been utilizing the system
to gain more optimum running pro-
grams for refinery operating units.
The department is also able to com-
pute blends with greater accuracy
through 650 computations thus re-
ducing quality product give away.
Through careful programming by
TSD on the 650 it is possible to in-
erease yields of valuable products
with tremendous savings to the com-
pany.

The Accounting Department
responsible for operating and main-
taining the system with the assist-

(Continued on page 7)

is

Computing System Opens New Doors

The large, well-lighted air-conditioned room in the GOB that houses
the Electronic Data Processing and Computing Center (EDPACC) is
a room full of strange and thought-provoking machinery to the ordin-
ary observer. But to qualified Accounting and TSD personnel, EDPACC
is a room full of "electronic servants,’ complicated and sensitive elec-

Pa TSD, Accounting
Systema Electronic
Ta Habri Vianan

E seccion grandi, bon ilumina,
airecondicionado di GOB cual ta
encerra e Electronica Data Pro-
cessing & Computing Center
(EDPACC) ta un lugar yen di
machineria stranjo cu ta incita pen-
samento di e observador regular. Pe-
ro pa personal cualificaé di Account-
ing y TSD, e seccion EDPACC ta un
lugar yen di "'sirbiente electronico”,
machineria complica y sensitivo di
calculadornan electronico cu rapida-
mente ta duna directiva completo y
exacto informacion pa asisti nan
den operacion mas eficiente di e re-
fineria. E eficiencia aki ultima-
mente ta na beneficio di empleado-
nan di Lago, na compania mes y su
clientenan.

Ariba Juni 9, e ultimo unidadnan
di e mashin calculador electronico
650 a worde poni na servicio despues
di dos anja di planeamento, instala-
cion y training. E mashin 650 di
Lago cu systema di Tape, cual a
worde clasifica door di Internation-
al Business Machine Company como
un "Stored Program Electronic Cal-
culator” pa tur clase di uso, ta con-
sisti di 13 mashinnan completamen-
te electronico. E systema basico,
cual a reemplaza un otro systema
electro-mecanico mas bieuw (CPC)
cual a worde instalé na 1954, ta
consisti di un "Card Reader,” 650
Console, un unidad di energia y un
imprentador. E systema aki tabata
en uso na Lago desde Mei 1957. E
unidadnan auxiliar cu a worde poni
na servicio na Juni ta consisti di un
Card Read/Punch Unit, seis unidad
di tape magnetico, unidad di tape
control, y un unidad acumuladora cu
acceso inmediato. Un unidad adi-
cional y importante conteni den e
EDPACC ta un selector di informa-
cion ariba tape, cual realmente no
ta conecta na e systema di 650.

E decision pa reemplaza e calcu-
lador CPC bieuw primeramente ta-
bata pa motibo cu Lago su necesi-
dadnan tabata surpasé e capacidad
di e CPC; pasobra den un industria
tan competitivo manera industria di
petroleo, un empresa manera Lago
mester acepta y utilizi avancenan
technologico principal asina cu e
por proteha su mes y tambe interes-
nan di su empleadonan.

Compania ta di opinion cu cual-
kier empresa cu ta vacila di adopta

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BILL SCHOLEY, IBM customer engineer, checks circuits on the tape
data selector. This electronic unit, which augments the 650 system, takes
information from magnetic tapes and sends it to a printer.

BILL SCHOLEY, enginiero di IBM pa clientenan, ta check e cireuito ari-
ba e "tape data selector.” E unidad electronico aki, cual ta aumenta e sys-
tema 650, ta tuma informacion for di tape magnetico y ta pase’le pa e
imprentador di e 650.
ARUBA ESSO NEWS



AS HIS wife Jeanne looks on, Dr. John Stritch traces the route of his
recently-completed around-the-world trip.
MIENTRAS SU esposa Jeanne ta mirando, Dr. John Stritch ta marea e
ruta di su viahe rond mundo cu el a completa recientemente.

A TYPICAL Hawaiian beauty
poses for the doctor’s Nikon.
UN BELLEZA tipico di Hawaii
ta para en posicion pa dokter.

THIS IS a Japanese Maiko girl,
student of the Geisha.
ESAKI TA un hobencita Maiko
Japonesa, estudiante di Geisha.



PROBABLY THE most aa scene in Japan is Mount Fuji which
is almost a national shrine, Dr. Stritch reported.
PROBABLEMENTE E vista mas fotografia ta Cerro Fuji di Japon, cual
ta casi un monumento nacional, Dr. Stritch ta conta.



HONG KONG was a teeming mass of humanity according to Dr. Stritch.
This old Chinese man was typical of the city’s elder citizens.
HONG KONG tabata un masa abundante di humanidad, segun Dr. Stritch.
E Chines bieuw aki tabata un caracter tipico di e habitantenan mas bieuw
die ciudad.





August 30, 1958



Around the World in 90 Day:

Lago Doctor Circles the Globe

Around the World”

is an enchanting phrase that has sparked man’s

imagination since the days of Columbus. For 450 years, countless num-
bers of traders, travelers and adventurers have circled the globe seek-
ing their own personal Shangri La. In modern times such a trip can

be accomplished in a few days via
around-the-world trip is only a
fancy” unless enough time is allot-
ted to absorb all the world’s won-
ders.

Such an adventure was recently
taken by Dr. John Stritch, Lago
Medical Department, who spent three
exciting months on a globe-circling
tour. Most of the 20-odd thousand
miles he traveled were by air so that
he would have more time to visit
the many strange lands on his route.

With the Far East in mind, it was
only natural that his itinerary was
selected so that he would experience
the excitement of a new, fast-grow-

ing Japan, unravel the mysteries
surrounding oriental Hong Kong

and stand awed at the antiquity of
ageless Nepal. He would revel at
the beauty of the Taj Mahal in India
and St. Basil's in Moscow. With the
happy, surprisingly healthy children
of Bombay he would weigh the de-
pressing squalor of Calcutta. Yet his
greatest surprise would be the warm
reception he received from the aver-
age Russian citizen who considered
Americans an oddity to behold.

Overseas life has not been a new
experience to Dr. Stritch. After his
graduation from the Medical School
at Boston University, with intern-
ship at Newton Wellesley Hospital,
he went to England in 1951 as a
"helicopter doctor with the 66th
Air Force Squadron. One of the
pioneers in the grim business of heli-
copter air-sea rescue work, Dr.
Stritch saw duty in Holland during
the 1952 flood and helped set up
emergency hospitals in Greece for
the 1954 earthquake victims.



Tour Started March 10

From New York City on March
10, Dr. Stritch flew via TWA to Los
Angeles and then to Honolulu. "Al-
though Hawaii was scenic, and dif-
ferent,”’ he said, " I still felt as if I
were in the States. I was eager to
keep moving.”

After a two-day layover in Hono-
lulu, with frequent trips to Waikiki
Beach, Dr. Stritch boarded a Japan
Airline clipper enroute for Tokio.
"Tokio is undoubtedly the most ex-
citing place in the world today,” he
related. "Just take a simple walk
down Ginza Street and it'll make
your eyes pop.” He said the way the
people hurry and bustle about re-
veals the drive that is behind the

new Japan, yet the panorama is
strange and different to the occi-
dental.

Dr. Stritch spent two exciting
weeks in Japan and rather reluc-
tantly boarded a Cathay Pacific

plane on March 29 for that political
paradox—the island of Hong Kong
Dr. Stritch adds that it is a weird
experience to discover the British
and Red Chinese living in what ap-
pears to be peaceful coexistence. He
said that a guilder does go a long
way there and that the finest meal



costs just Fl, 1.00.
Hong Kong

"The Englishman is still ’king’ in
He Kong. The atmosphere is very,
very British. At teatime in the Pe-
ninsula Hotel, silence is golden,” he
said. "One afternoon, after making
myself quite comfortable in the

hotel lobby, a hotel employee tapped
me on the shoulder and quietly told
me I would have to move because I
was sitting in Mr. Merryweather’s









chair—he pointed to a brass tag on
the back of the chair—and sure
enough it was stamped 'Mr. Merry-
weather’.” It w evident, Dr.
Stritch related, that any time Mr
Merryweather came to the lobby
that chair had better be available
"Hong Kong was very British, in-
deed,” he added

On to politically-upset Indonesia,
Dr. Stritch winged, with the first
stop at Djakarta, capital of the re-
public. ''This leg of my journey was
the only one in which I crossed the

super jet military aircraft. But an



Equator,” Dr. Stritch said. He spent
nearly two weeks on Java and Bali
taking numerous photographs of the
lush, tropical countryside and hand-
some natives.

Next Stop—Bangkok

Next stop was Bangkok, home of
the fabulous Siamese dancing girls
who perform traditional dances that
have been perpetuated for cen-
turies. Dr. Stritch said the fight
game in Siam has adopted unusual
rul to say the least. "The fights
are extremely exciting but the
amusing thing is, they fight with
both their hands and feet. Some of
the boys could really deliver vicious
blows with their insteps,” he said.
The people even have kite fights, he
added, and the air the many
parks is aerial com-
bats.

India will be long remembered by
the doctor. "I entered India at Cal-
cutta. This is a city with vast pro-
blems, crowded with refugees and
with poor sanitation facilities. When
I arrived, a cholera epidemic was
sweeping the city and 70 were dying
daily. Calcutta was the only place I
visited during my entire journey
that I was aware of squalor and
filth. Thousands of religious refu-
gees were continually pouring into
the city, making the curbs and side-
walks their homes. And in addition
to these depressing conditions, it
was hotter than blue blazes, Dr.
Stritch related.







over
a confusion of









Eager to Move On
Eager to move on to more plea-
sant sites, the doctor stayed just
two days in Calcutta and then flew
to Nepal, a small, little-known coun-
try squeezed between India and Red





China. A journey that normally
takes weeks on horseback was ac-
complished in a matter of hours on
an Indian Airlines DC-3. Until the
advent of air travel, few outsiders
had ever entered the once "forbid-
den” nation.

He said pal, with perfect cli-
mate, was completely different from
anything he had ever seen. Down
from the hills would come Tibetan

travelers, often armed to the teeth,



riding their little Mongol ponies and
looking fierce indeed. Dr. Stritch
stayed at the Snow View Hotel dur-

ing his week in Nepal. The name of

the hotel was appropriate becaus2
it offered a breathtaking view of
Mt. Everest. ’’Hillary stopped at
Katmandu enroute to his _history-



making climb to the top of Everest,”
Dr. Stritch said

Back to India







Then off to Agra, home of the
world-famous Taj Mahal. A tribute
to man’s love for beauty, this edifice
was built by an Indian emperor
a tomb for his favorite wife. '’The
Taj Mahal was even more beautiful
and impressive than I expect d it to
be,” the doctor said. "Only
Basil's Church in Moscow rs oe :
above it in beauty.”

In New Delhi, Dr. Stritch had one
of the most unusual and rewarding
experienc: of his entire trip. Be-
friended by three Americans who
had gained an audience with India's
Prime Minister Nehru the next day,
Dr. Stritch was invited to join the
group for the audiencs. "I sat en-
tranced as Nehru delicately explain-
ed India’s reasons for remaining
neutral in the Cold War. In effect
he said that Indians, with a culture
as old as man himself, should be able
to teach both the U-S. and Russia
about the proper way to elevate the

human spirit so that all men could

live in peace. All of us left the
audience very much impressed with
the Indian leader’s point of view,”
he said



THE MOOD of Japan created
by Mrs. Stritch who glamorizes
this souvenir costume.

FE HUMOR di Japon ta crea pa
Sra. Stritch, kende ta duna encan-
to na a bisti aki cu ta un souvenir

is

North to Kashmir




















Then north to the country of
Kashmir, home of that luxurious
wool. Of Persian origin, the Kashmir
people are true Mohammedans. In
addition to eking out a living by
raising wool, they are wood carvers and artists in paper-
maché. ’’Boats and hor: are the
principal means of transportation
there. Traffic signs strictly forbid
galloping through the streets and
many shops are set up in houseboats
Buying some brass curios, I found
I had no cash; but the merchant in-
sisted I take the articles. He said he
would send them to Aruba and I
could mail him the balance later. So
I gave him my card and sure enough
the items arrived the other day. He
certainly was a trusting soul,” Dr
Stritch said

Next stop was Afghanistan, which
until the first part of this century
was forbidden to foreigners upon
the pain of death. Here Dr. Stritch
saw ageless camel caravans, tent
homes with priceless oriental rug
flooring and of all people, Dr. Stritch
saw the great American jazz musi-
cian, Dave Brubeck, who was ap-
parently only appreciated by per-
sonnel of the American and Russian
consulates

Southern Russia

From Afghanistan, Dr Stritch
proczeded to 2k S.S.R., a nation
xf Mongol-like people, located in
Southern Russia, whose forefathers
were members of the hordes of
Ghengis Khan. "It was May 2 when

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many curios that he collected on
his journey

DR. STRITCH ta admira uno di e

hopi articulonan artistico cu el a
colecta ariba su viahe
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August 30, 1958

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Rond di Mundo den 90 Dia





Viahe Mundial di Un Doctor



IN BANGKOK, Dr tritch wit-

nessed traditional dances perform-

ed by beautiful Siamese dancing
girls

NA BANGKOK Dr
baile tradicional
door di bailarina bunita Siames.

sencia presenta

Stritch a pre-



"Rond di Mundo” ta



un frase encantadora cu a inspira imagina-

cion di hende desde e dianan di Colombus. Durante e ultimo 450 anja-
nan, numeroso cantidad di comerciante, viajero y aventureronan a via-
ha rond di globo buscando nan mes "Shangri La” personal. Den tempo
moderno un tal viahe por worde haci den un poco dia via avionnan











militar di super jet. Pero un viahe
rond mundo ta solamente un "fan-
tasia’, si no tin bastante tempo pa
contempla tur e maravillanan den
mundo

Un tal aventura a worde haci re-
cientemente door di Dr John
Stritch, di Departamento Medico di
Lago, kende a pasa tres luna exci-
tante den un viahe rond globo, Ma-
yoria di e 20 y pico mil milla cu ela
viaha tabata den aire asina cu e lo
tin mas tempo pa bishita e cantidad
di paisnan stranjo ariba su ruta

Cu Oriente Lejano den mente, ta-
bata mas cu natural cu su plan di
viahe tabata asina selecta cu lo e ex-
periencia e excitacion di un Japon
nobo y rapido creciente, lo descifré
e misterionan rond Hong Kong
yriental y para asombra di e antiqui-
dad di Nepal cu nunca ta_ birando
bieuw- Lo e za di e belleza di Raj





BOMBAY CHILDREN were described by Dr. Stritch as unusually healthy
and full of life. Note the mischievous lad on the left.
MUCHANAN DI Bombay tabata describi pa Dr. Stritch como excepcio-

nalmente salud y yen di bida



ACCORDING TO the Nepal Budd-
hists, no one escapes the scrutiny
of Stupa, the all-seeing eye.
SEGUN BUDISTANAN di Nepal,
ningun hende ta scapa for di exa-
minacion di Stupa

Mira e hoben malicioso banda robez.






AT BENARES, on the sacred
Ganges, a Hindu holy man offers
his prayers to the gods.

NA BENARES, ariba e Ganges
Sagrado, un Hindu religioso ta
ofrece su oracionnan na e diosnan.





THIS IS an Afghanistani version of a supermarket which seems to be
offering gaily-colored socks as the day’s specialty.



AKI TA e sy:
ofrece me




ema di un super-mercado di Afghanistan, cual parce ta
a dicolornan briljante como algo special di e dia.

Mahal na India y Catedral San Ba-
silio na Moscow. Contrario na e mu-
chanan sorprendientemente salud di
Bombay el mester a considera e mi-
seria depresionante di Calcutta. Pe-
ro, su mayor sorpresa lo ta e recep-
cion caluroso cu el a ricibi for di ciu-
dadano promedio Rusiano kende ta-
bata considera Americanonan algo
singular pa mira.

Bida na ultramar no tabata un ex-
periencia nobo pa Dr. Stritch. Des-
pues cu el a gradua for di School
Medico na Universidad di Boston y
servicio interno na Newton Wellesley
Hospital, el a bai pa Inglatera na
1951 como un dokter den "helicop-
ter” hunto cu e Squadron 66 di Fuer-
za Area. Siendo uno di e iniciador-
nan den e trabao severo di rescate
area ariba lamar cu helicopter, Dr.
Stritch a presta servicio na Holanda
durante e inundacion di 1952 y a yu-
da organiza hospitalnan di emergen-
cia na Grecia pa e victimanan di
terremoto di 1954















Viahe Mundial a Principia
Maart 10

For di ciudad di Nueva York ariba



Maart 10, Dr. Stritch a bula cu
TWA pa Los Angeles y luego pa
Honolulu. "Aunque Hawaii tabata

pintoresco y diferente,” el a bisa,
"ainda mi tabata sinti cu mi tabata
na Estados Unidos. Mi tabata an-
sioso pa sigui mi viahe.”

Despues di a pasa dos dia na Ho-
nolulu, haciendo frecuente viahes pa
Waikiki Beach, Dr. Stritch a _ subi
abordo di un avion di Linea Area
Japones cu destinacion pa _ Tokio.
"Tokio ta indudablemente e lugar
mas excitante na mundo awendia,”
cl a conta. "Bo mester haci_ sola-
mente un paseo den Calle Ginza y
esaki lo haci bo wowonan sali afor
di tanto cu tin di mira, el a bisa. DC
manera cu e hendenan ta move pu-
ra bai-bini ta munstra e energia vi-
gorosa cu ta respalda e Japon nobo,
pero asina mes e panorama ta stran-
jo y diferente na esun occidental.”

Dr. Stritch a pasa dos siman pla-
centero na Japon y casi contra su
gusto a subi abordo di un avion di
Cathay Pacific dia 29 di Maart pa
e paradox politico... e isla di Hong
Kong. Dr. Stritch ta agrega cu ta
un experiencia misterioso pa descu-
bri com e Inglesnan y e Chino Rojo-
nan ta biba hunto den loke ta apa-
rece di ta un coexistencia pacifico.
El ta bisa cu un florin hende por
cumpra hopi cos aya y cu e mas de-
licioso comida ta costa solamente
Fl. 1.

"E Inglesnan ainda ta
Hong



’rey’ na
Kong. E atmosfero ta masha,



OUR TRAVELER peses in front

of the Taj Mahal, that beautiful
edifice that was built by an Indian
emperor as a tomb for his favorite
wife.
NOS VIAJERO ta para enfrente
di e Taj Mahal, e edificio bunita
cu tabata construi door di un em-
perador Indio como un tumba pa
su esposa favorita.

AT SAMERKAND, in central

Asia, these citizens of Mongol an-

cestry pose in front of Tamerlane’s
tomb.

NA SAMERKAND, den Asia cen-

tral, e cuidadanonan aki descen-

diente di Mongolia ta para dilanti
di tumba di Tamerlane.

masha Britanico. Na ora di te den
Peninsula Hotel, silencio ta precio-
so,” el a bisa. "Un merdia, despues
di a sinti mi basta confortable den e
salon na entrada di e hotel, un em-
pleado di e hotel a bati ariba mi
schouder y a bisa mi poco-poco cu
mi mester move pasobra mi tabata
sinta den e stoel di Sr. Merry-
weather. El a munstra na un platchi
di koper na e leuning di e stoel —
y enberdad, ey tabata scirbi Sr.
Merryweather,.” Tabata evidente,
Dr. Stritch ta conta, cu ki ora Sr.
Merryweather drenta den e salon di
e hotel lo ta mehor cu e stoel ey ta
disponibel pe! "Hong Kong enberdad
tabata masha Britanico,” el a agre-
ga.

Siguiendo pa Indonesia, e pais po-
liticamente trastorna, Dr. Stritch a
bai cu avion haciendo su _ promer
stop na Djakarta, capital di e repu-
blico. "E parti aki di mi viahe taba-
ta e unico durante cual mi a cruza
meridiano ecuatorial,” Dr. Stritch a
bisa. El a pasa casi dos siman ariba
Java y Baili, sakando numeroso por-
tret di e vista campestre bondadoso
y tropical y di e nativonan elegante.

Siguiente Stop — Bangkok

Siguiente stop tabata Bangkok,
pais di e fabuloso bailarinanan Sia-
més kende ta presenta bailenan tra-
dicional cual a keda perpetua pa si-
glonan. Dr. Stritch a bisa cu e "pe-
leanan deportistico’ na Siam a
adopta reglanan excepcional, pa no
bisa otro. "E peleanan ta extrema-
mente excitante, pero loke ta gracio-
so ta cu nan ta bringa cu man y pia.
Algun di e mucha hombernan por
dal golpinan severo cu nan banda di
pia,"”’ el a bisa. E hendenan hasta tin
bringamento di flie, el a agrega, y e
aire ariba hopi parknan ta un con-
fusion di combate areo.

India lo keda hopi tempo den me-






SOMEWHAT AWED at the sight
of her first American is this little
Uzbek girl who is visiting a park
with her father.
ALGO ASOMBRA_ mirando un
Americano pa di promer bez ta e
mucha muher chikito aki di Uzbek,
kende ta bishitando un parque
hunto cu su tata.



TOWERING IN the background
of the Lenin-Stalin tomb is famous
St. Basil’s Church. The guard in

foreground is a typical Russian
soldier.
E TOREN saliendo patras di e

tumba di Lenin-Stalin ta di e fa-
moso Misa San Basilio. E guardia
padilanti ta un solda tipico Ruso.



moria di e dokter. "Mi a drenta In-
dia na Calcutta. Esaki ta un ciudad
cu enorme problema. El ta yen di re-
fugiadonan y cu facilidadnan sani-
tario deplorable. Dia cu mi a yega,
un epidemia di cholera tabata ame-
naza e ciudad y 70 hende tabata mu-
ri tur dia. Calcutta tabata e unico
lugar cu mi a bishita durante hen-
ter mi viahe di cual mi tabata cons-
ciente di miseria y suciedad. Miles
di refugiadonan religioso tabata ye-
gando continuamente den e ciudad,
kendenan tabata haci e mercadonan
y acero nan hogar. Y ademas di e

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RUSSIAN SHOPPERS pass through arcade of the G.U.M., government
operated department store in Moscow. Merchandise doesn’t compare to
U.S. standards.

CLIENTENAN RUSO ta pasa door di e arcada di un G.U.M., un pacus
grandi opera pa gobierno na Moscow. E mercanicia no por worde compa-
ra cu standard di Estados Unidos, Dr. Stritch ta relata.




ARUBA ESSO NEWS

August 30, 1958

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August 30, 1958

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





PUBLIC RELATIONS Manager B

Teagle presents individual prizes and

trophies to champion and sub-champion at the close of the 1958 Cricket



Competition. St. Eustatius won
PUBLIC RELATIONS Manager B.
dual y becanan na campeonan y esr
competicion di cricket pa 1958.



aki a

the championship again this year.
Teagle ta presenta premionan indivi-
nan den segundo lugar, na e final di e

st. Eustatius a gana e campeonato e anja

atrobe



Esso Researe

h ta Test

Auto cu Tape y Musica

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omoda te oc

worde maneha na mes momento
stacion di control. Pesey, pa algun
clase di testmento di motor, no ta
necesario mas pa manda autonan
afor ariba camina

Registracionnan cu tape magnetico
tuma durante careda ariba camina,
ta controla pedal di gasolin y actua-
cion di brake die autonan di test
den un dup‘icacion exacto manera

un motorista lo
y stop su auto

start, duna gasolin
durante stuurmen-
to normal

I duplicacion aki ta haci posible
pa test gasolin y lubricantenan bao
condicionnan cual ta_ refleha meto-

donan tipico di corre auto mas rea-
listico cu tabata posible te awor
sin enberdad stuur e auto ariba ca-
mina

I promer test di camina pa worde

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(Continua di pagina 5)

condicionnan aki depresionante, t
bata mas calor cu rayo di relampa-
go, Dr. Stritch a conta.

Ansioso pa sigui pa lugarnan mas
placentero, e dokter a keda_ sola-
mente dos dia na Calcutta y luego
a bula pa Nepal, un pais chikito po-
co conoci preta entre India y China
Rojo. Un viahe normalmente ta
tuma simannan ariba cabai a worde
haci den un cuenta di algun ora den
un DC-3 di Indian Airlines. Promer
cu e venida di viahe area, masha po-
co hende di pafor a yega di drenta
¢ nacion "prohibi”.







cu

Back pa India

Luego, el a bai pa Agra, e pais di
¢ Taj Mahal mundialmente famoso.
Siendo un tributo pa afficion grandi
di hende pa belleza, e edificio aki ta-
bata trah4 pa un emperador Indio
como un tumba pa su esposa favo-
rito. "E Taj Mahal tabata mas buni-
ta i impresionante di loke mi a spe-
ra,” e dokter a bisa. "Solamente e
Misa di San Basilio na Moscow ta
surpase’le den buniteza.”

Su viahe a sigui despues pa e pais
di Kashmir, e lugar di lana luhoso.
Siendo di origin di Persia, e hende-
nan di Kashmir ta Mahomedano.
Fuera di ta gana nan pan door di
colecta lana di carne, nan ta sculp-
tornan excelente den palo y artista
den fabricacion di articulonan di pa-
pel. "Boto y cabai ta e medionan
principal di transportacion aya. Bor-
chinan di trafico ta prohibi stricta-
| mente galopiamento den callenan y
hopi tiendanan ta estableci den bo-

a

ar gpg EERE







combustible y lubricante experimen-

| tal pa motor na Esso Research Center awor por worde opera sin chauf-
on cu via rodeador automatico.

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nob) aki ta duna informacion di test
mas exacto cu ta obtenible for di ca-
redanan regu’ar ariba camina paso-
bra diferente combustible y lubrican-
te awor por worde compara bao con-
dicionnan invariante, gracias na e
tapenan di control magnetico
Com ) un informacion incidental di
estudio, a worde descubri cu mu-
sica Rock 'n Roll di un radio den
auto ta haci e chauffeur move e pe-
dal d solin na mes ritmo cu e mu-
sica. Enginieronan di Esso Research
ta munstra cu e movecion innecesa-
rio aki di e pedal ta causa un reduc-
cion significante die cantidad di
millanan cu un galon di gasolin or-
dinariamente lo produci.

Viahe Mundial

tonan trahé como cas.

For di Afghanistan, Dr. Stritch a
sigui pa Uzbek S.S.R., un nacion di
habitantenan cu ta parce hendenan
di Mongolia, cual pais ta situa na
parti sur di Rusia, y kende nan an-
tepasadonan tabata miembronan di
hordas di Ghengis Khan. "Tabata
Mei 2 dia cu nos a yega. E Rusonan
| tabata masha cortes. Mi ta kere cu

e inspeccion di douane a tuma dos
minuut. Pero e pais tabata leuw di
comparacion cu. Estados Unidos. E
architectura y construccion di ciu-
dad en general tabata como 50 anja
| atrasa cu nos. Tur parti cu mi a bai,
| manera na Tashkent y Samarkand,
mi tabata manera un obheto singu-
lar. Americanonan tabata visitante
masha raro na ¢ parti di mundo aki
y e hendenan tabata masha ansioso
pa contra cu uno. Mi a worde trata
manera un prins.” Na Samarkand
el a mira e tumba di Tamerlane, e
gran conquistador Mongolia, den e
ciudad unda cultura di West ta para
schouder cu schouder cu esun di
Oost.

For di Tashkent, Dr. Stritch a bai
abordo di un avion Ruso nobo di
transporte Super Jet, e tipo TU-104.

den un periodo di





e







Na Moscow ariba Mei 4

Celebracion di Dia di Mei juist a
caba ora e dokter a baha na Mos-
cow. Tabata haci frio y su bisti fini
tabata dune’lee poco proteccion. Pe-
ro el tabata alegra di por ta den cu-
vazon di e gran poder mundial, cual
tabata un climax apropiado pa su
viane excitante. "E edificio di aero-
puerto tabata nobo y impresionante,
pero sinembargo el tabata demasia-









Avion ta Hiba
Hobenan pa School

Pa 33 hoben di Aruba luna di Sep-
tember ta nifica e principio di un
carera na school haci posible door
di ayudo for di Lago Scholarship
Foundation. Mas promer den e si-
man aki un avion special carga cu
estudiantenan for di Aruba a sali
pa Holanda, hibando cinco ganador-
nan mas cu a haya yudanza den es
tudio, fuera di esnan cu a worde
anuncia caba.

E estudiantenan nobo ta Srta. Er-
mona F. Martis, Srta. Maria Wathey,
Srta. Jean Lejuez y Srta. Jane Mar-
ques, di cual tur lo bai studia pa
maestra na Kweekschoo! Catolico na
Reuver; y Srta. Yessc L. Busby
kende lo bai studia_ dietética na
Nieuwe Huishoudschool na Amster-
dam.

Pa esnan interes4 pa aplica pa
beurs otro anja, e fecha ultimo pa
ronoba beursnan ta Mei 15, 1959, y
pa beursnan nobo, e fecha ta Juni
15. Sinembargo, promer cu cualkier
asignacion di beurs tuma lugar e
aplicante mester ta aceptaé na un
school aproba, y mester duna na La-
go Scholarship Foundation copianan
di su puntanan den e ultimo anja di
school, y ademas el mester yena un
formulario di aplicacion di e Foun-
dation. Tur correspondencia perte-
neciendo na e programa di beurs
di Lago, mester worde dirigi pa:
Secretary, Board of Administration,
Lago Scholarship Foundation, In-
dustrial Relations Department.

Americanonan

Ta Avisa Pa Keda
Afor di Eleccion

Ciudadanonan di Estados Unidos
bibando na Aruba a worde avisa pa
Consul Americano George Moffitt,
Jr. cu participacion den e eleccion
venidero ariba e isla por costa nan
nan estado como ciudadano.

E penalidad aki ta stipula den Ley
Publico 344 di Estados Unidos, Sr.
Moffitt a bisa, y el a avisa cu ’’par-
ticipacion” tambe ta inclui tuma par-
ti den actividadnan promer cu elec-
cion. Ademas el a avisa cu esnan cu
dos nacionalidad personanan cu
tin Nacionalidad Americano como
Holandes lo perde nan derecho
como ciudadano Estados Unidense
door di vota den o eleccion.

do decora y tabata parce un maga-
shina. Un auto limousine Zis poten-
te, casi mescos cu nos autonan
Packard di promer cu guerra, a hiba
nos pa Moscow pasando door di un
lugar montanjoso cu ta haci hende
corda e parti norte di Michigan,” el
a bisa.

"Tocante Moscow mi por bisa cu e
ta un ciudad singular y fascinador.
E callenan tin por lo menos 14 via
den su hanchura, sinembargo casi
bashi di auto particular. E edificio
mas remarkable ta e universidad,
pero e edificio mas bunita ta Misa
San Basilio. Aunque e frente di e
store-nan ta poco scur y luznan di
neon no ta conoci aya, sinembargo
e poblacion ta move cu rapidez bai-
bin mescos cu den Ciudad di Nueva
York,” el ta conta. E dokter pronto
a determina cu e Rusonan ta conven-
ci cu bida sin e cosnan luhoso, y sin
hasta articulonan basico, ta bon pa
e pais. "Nan ta extremamente pa-
triotico y ningun tiki concentra ari-
ba nan mes. Nan ta parce di tin en-
tusiasmo, orgullo nacional y tremen-
do energia. Nan no a munstra mi
ningun animosidad personal pa mo-
tibo di mi nacionalidad. Mi ta real-
mente convenci cu e Ruso promedio
no ta desea guerra. Pero nan ta tras
di algo,” el a agrega.

For di Moscow, Dr. Stritch a bula
pa Copenhagen y despues pa Ingla-
tera pa pasa busca su esposa Jean.
Despues di un bishita di dos siman
cu parientenan di su esposa y un
viahe cortico pa e Feria Mundial na
Bruselas, e familia Stritch a sali cu
bapor pa Nueva York, cu destina-
cion pa Aruba.

























graduates was Lago Vice President

DISTRIBUTING DIPLOMAS to this year’s Aruba Commercial School



F. E. Griffin. Carle Brown, school

president, stands at right.
PRESENTANDO DIPLOMA e anja aki na estudiantenan cu a gradud na
Aruba Commercial School tabata Vice President di Lago F. E. Griffin.
Carlin Brown, hefe di e school, ta parando banda drechi.



Employees Will

Be Reimbursed

For Non-Hospital Births

The Executive Committee has approved a Medical Department re-
commendation to provide reimbursement up to a maximum of Fls. 50
for obstetrical expenses incurred by eligible wives of employees who

elect to have their child delivered
midwife in Aruba.

The company feels that this op-
tional provision, which is consistent
area practice, may appeal to some
employee's wives for various per-
sonal reasons. It should be noted
that this voluntary election of under-
going child delivery outside the La-
go Hospital will not preclude prena-
tal or postnatal service.

In order to be cligib!e for reim-
ursement the mother must be the
legal wife of a permanent employee,
provided she is not a company em-
ployee.

To obtain reimbursment the em-
ployee or family member must pre-
sent to the Industrial Relations De-
partment: a) Proof of birth, and b)
A receipted bill of actual expenses



incurred for delivery from a non-
company physician or midwife in
Aruba. The Industrial Relations
Dapa' t will then initiate a cash



disbursoment for Fis. 50 or actual
expenses incurred, whichever amount
is less.

—<$<$<$<$<$<$_

Volleyball

TIME

DATE

Flash
Panthers
Rarid I
La Fama
ADC
Rapid II
Rapid II
Fora
Rapid IL
YMCA



Caribe
Rapid I
Rovers
Flash

Ail Stars

Eagles





Dakota Smash Boys

Brazil Jnrs. I

San Nicolas Jnrs.

Companashi

by a non-company physician or a

| IBM System |

(Continued from page 3)

ance of four IBM technicians.

As any employee connected with
the 650 will tell you, the computor
is not human, it can’t think for itself
nor is it an electronic brain” in the
true sense of the word. Without
electricity to power it or trained
personnel to prepare the instruc-
tions which control it and operate
it, the 650 system would be mere
fabrications of metal, wire and glass.

Many, many people in the refine-
ry contribute data and information
which is fed into the 650 computing
system. Everyone who has the res-
ponsibility of writing out time cards
or material tickets should be 100
per cent accurate so that the sy-
stem’s computations can truly re-
flect refinery operations.

Schedule

NAMES OF TEAMS



Brazil Jnrs. I
AOB

Slide Rulers

ADC

Dakota Smash Boys
Fortuna

. San Nicolas Jnrs.
Companashi

vs. Don Bosco Devils
ys. La Fama

. Pova

Storehouse Tigers
Klip Giants
Sputnix

vs.
vs.



n Nicolas Jnrs.
Rapid IIT

. ADC

. Panthers

- Don Bosco Dragons







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SAYING GOODBYE to L. A. Pomeroy after his 21 years of Lago service
were these men from the Mechanical and Process Department. From left,
they are W. L. Edge, F. E. Riggs, Mr. Pomeroy, F. W. Switzer, J. R.
Proterra, W. L. Curtiss and A, G. Kossuth.
BISANDO ADIOS na L, A. Pomeroy despues di 'su 21 anja di servicio cu
Lago tabata e hombernan aki di Mechanical y Process Department. Di
robez, nan ta W. L. Edge, F. E. Riggs, Mr. Pomeroy, F. W. Switzer, J. R-
Proterra, W. L. Curtiss y A. G. Kossuth.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS

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Gh

M. Malcolm

R. Beaty

J

First Hall of Famers

First two players elected to the
Seroe Colorado Little League Hall of
Fame were Michael Malcolm and
Ricky Beaty, both outstanding pitch-
ers in the league. Their names will
be engraved on a_ plaque to be dis-
played in the Junior Esso Club. In-



troduced by former major leaguer
me ; | Danny Litwhiler, the Hall of Fame
; will annually select from one _ to

HIGHLIGHT OF the 1958 Little League baseball season was the ’’exhibi-
tion” game played Aug. 18 by the mothers of the Little League baseballers.
The top-heavy contest saw the Brave Yankees emerge on the top-half of

a 14-5 score over the Giant Redsox, true sports to the end.

E EVENTO mas principal di e temporada di Little League di beisbol pa

1958 tabata e wega di "exhibicion” hunga Aug. 18 pa e mamanan di beis-

bolistanan di Little League. E competicion demasiado pisé a mira com

Brave Yankees a emergi vencedor cu un score di 14-5 ariba Giant Redsox,
cual tabata deportistanan berdadero te na ultimo.

YMCA Softball World Series
Opens Sept. 5 In Sports Park

Lago Sports Park will be the scene of the Aruba Y.M.C.A. Softball
World Series when 14 league teams start battling for championship |
honors on Friday, Sept. 5, at 5:00 p.m. Slated to be a three-game series,| systema calculador ta basta facil
the champions will be the team that cops two out of three games. | pa comprende.

The second round of the series will be played Sept. 6, games starting | Aproximadamente 50 bez mas ra-
at 3:00 p.m. If necessary, a_ third



three outstanding players who are

in their last year of Little League
IBM Systema

play.
Continua di pagina 3)
implementonan y metodonan di ope-
racion nobo por haya su competi-
cion estableci firme den un
posicion competitivo.

Pa describi e intrincanciones di
cualkier systema calculador elec-
tronico ta un trabao cu por wel
worde laga na e technico of inge-
niero. Pero e eficiencia obtene door
di refineria pa medio di e uso di e

























, Nb Seok 7 al pido y mas exacto cu un
eee e played on Sept. 7, also National League electro-mecanico, e 650 diariamente
aE 9-00 /Dm- Won Lost| ta yuda Accounting Department pa
- Three Stone Jrs. 1 eee PE Be
In he can a bean League, the Don) pig“Boys 4 2 | compila enorme cantidad di infor-
Bosco A’s have the pennant sewed Da Eorcomne 2] macion y ta yuda Technical Service
: pueees ’ igh Life Jrs. 2 a
Be Saar heanlaaagen pene no de- Dodgers 3 2| Department pa soluciona su nume-
eats. The ree Stone Jrs- are in| Giants 1 Wier . i
Pieter ineanintenemNationalietesete West End Boys A 5 | roso problemanan technico
but it could end up in a five-way tie Den Accounting, control di surti-
‘ e jo di material pa inventario cu
f they lost to the West End Boys — :
eee on ev B's, FREES CYI Report 70,000 articulo y listanan di pago
Irs. and Dodgers all won their last Bp Ce aenyOrdeg La Laman nae 4000:
games, (Continued from Page 2) Informacion mas rapido y mas ex-
The Y.M.C.A. program in Aruba acto for di e systema ta pone Store-
Sean C&LE house su directiva den posicion di
Se ce an ee J. E. Francis . Fils. 35/ mantene inventario adecuado ariba
secretary from New Bevan ann Cracking un base economico. Calculacion ra-
is , | E. Tromp Fls. 30| pido di listanan di pago pa medio di
wae oe ee pedis carne occ ae E. Giel Fls. 30| e systema ta un yudanza vital pa
ee aoe 335 eects ea are mem- Bee aN estore Hubert id Pe noc eueDa Meta say azo
herd GEA TAR UBACe LOF di Accounting. Ademas, mas eficien-
OnkSeaeS tras Raper ly H. M. Hernandez Fils. 30] te metodonan di Oil Accounting ta
Bee Softball ae ae pE H. V.. Besselink Fis. 30] worde desarolla door di uso di in-
arena Utilities formacion compil4 pa e systema.
ae Stas Geen ot Segeruce BF. E. Groeneveldt Fis. 35 TSD ta utilizando e systema pa
Heights Club. 2 5°) L. Mck. Martin Fils. 30 obtene lo mehor programa di ope-
J. V. Frolunde Fis. 25} racion pa e unidadnan di refinacion.
Standings in the Aruba Y.M.C. A. Tech. Sery. E departamento tambe ta den posi-
Softball League as of Aug. 24. eee EIG a 0 cion pa calcula mezcla di producto
Canhbean Lesgus » A. Kelly s. 40} cu mayor exactitud door di calcula-
' Won Lost r Eng. cionnan di e mashin 650, asina e ta
eared A's e o eave Martinez Fis. 40) reduci regalo den calidad di producto.
Bordo Boys 3 2|C. B. Bislip P Fis. 25|/Door di programacion cuidadoso
SeNTEne orn Jrs. 1 a Lab. No. 2 _|door di TSD ariba e mashin 650 ta
Lucky Strike 0 5 L. E. J. Louison Fis. 35 | posible pa aumenta rendimento di
Parkietenbos Boys e 5| G, Falconi Fis. 20|productonan valuable cu tremendo
|economizacion pa compania
cs | Accounting Department ta _ res-
| ponsable pa operacion y mantene-|
| cion di e systema hunto cu e asisten-
a 44—— | cia di cuatro technico di IBM.
core = ee ; Manera cualkier empleado _ tra-
aan (seepramelsnsvuiewnnendnn test tna iat hando cu e mashin 650 lo conta bo,



| e calculador no ta humano, e no por
pensa pa su mes, tampoco el no ta
un "cerebro electronico” den e ber-
dadero sentido di e palabra. Sin elec-
tricidad pa dune’le energia of pers
nal entrend pa prepara e_ instruc-
cionnan cu ta contrele y pa opere’le, |
e systema 650 lo ta meramente un|
| fabricacion di metal, waya y glas;
sin valor.





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mehor |

A FAREWELL message goes from

ball
nant-w
| dinner and players selected for th
UN MENSAHE di despedida ta bai
di liga mayor kende a conduci e el









| quete teni

Esso Research |

Test cars needed to evaluate expe

an automated treadmill.
The treadmill accommodates up t

Thus, for some types of engine tests, |

it is no longer necessary to send
cars out on the road.
Magnetic tape recordings, made

during on-the-road runs, control the
tion and braking cycle of the

in act duplication of
st would start,
low down and stop his car
driving.

accelera
test ¢
the
celerate
during normal

This duplication makes it possible



an




way motor





to test gasolines and lubricants un-
der conditions which reflect typic-
al driving patterns more realistical-
ly than has been possible until now
without actually driving
over the road.
The first road test to be replaced|
the treadmill embly

cars

Esso



as is



| who conducted the baseball clinic, to Little League and Pony League base
, their parents and guests at an award banquet held Aug. 16, Pen-
nning Yankees and Hall of F.





th and Engineering
daily milk run. This
a 101-mile route in
New Jersey traffic

Compa-
run has

metro-



ny’s
cov:
politan

red

over a

(Continued from page 4)
wen landed. The Russians were very |
courteous. I think the customs in-
spection took two minutes. But Tash-
kent was a far cry from the States. |
The architecture and layout in gene- |
ral were about 50 years behind us.
Everywhere I went, such as Tash-
kent and Samarkand, I was sort of
an oddity. Americans are rare visit-
ors to this end of the world and the
people were very excited in getting
to meet one. I we treated like a
prince.” At Samarkand he saw the
tomb of Tamerlane, the great Mon-
gol conqueror, in the city where
Western culture brushes shoulders

with the East
From Tashkent, Dr



Stritch board-





| Hopi, masha hopi hende den refi
| neria ta contribui informacion y
tos cual ta worde pasa den e s
ma calculador 650. Cada kende cu
| tin e responsabilidad di firma time-
| card of tikete di material mester ta
100 porciento exacto, asina cu e cal-
| culacionnan di e systema por refle-
| ha verdaderamente operacionnan
di refineria.
| Lago su mashin 650








e

IT’S A hit, as a youthful player in the Y.M.C.A.

All-Star game connects
with the hard wood. National League topped the Caribbean League in the
Aug. 9 contest by a 7-2 score.



nobo ta un

implemento mas den e programa di
compania pa mantene
7

su posicion
| competitivo den mercado mundial y
pa asegura un nivel continuo di ope-
racion provechoso

E TA un hit, loke un hungador hubenil a conecta den e wega All-Star di
Y.M.C.A. cu su bate. Liga Nacional a vence Liga Caribe den e competicion
di Aug. 9 cu un score di 7-2.



ed the new Russian super-jet trans-
port, the TU-104. The 1800 miles to
Moscow was covered in three hours
and fifty minutes, traveling at an
altitude of 33,000 feet.
Moscow
May Day celebration had just
come to an end when the doctor
Janded in Moscow. It was cold and

his light clothing offered him little
protection. But exhilarated
at being in the heart of the great
world power, a fitting climax to his
exciting journey. "The airport ter-
minal building was new and impres-
sive, yet over-decorated and barn-
like. A powerful Zis limousine, al-
most a carbon copy of our pre-war
Packard, whisked into Moscow

he was





us



August 30, 1958

Danny Litwhiler, ex-major league

ame selections were honored at the
e All-Star team were announced.

for di Danny Litwhiler, ex-hungador
inica di beisbol, pa hungadornan di

Little League y Pony League, nan mayornan y huespednan na un ban-

Aug. 16.



s Testing Cars

With Magnetic Control Tapes

rimental motor fuels and lubricants

at the Esso Research Center can now be operated-without drivers-on

o eight unmanned cars, all of which

can be driven simultaneously by one man stationed in a control house.

three-and-a-half-hour period

The new-treadmill study provides
test information thar
is obtainable from conventional roac,

more accurate







runs because different fuels and lu
bricants can now be compared un-
der unvarying conditions, thanks tc
the magnetic control tapes

As a sidelight to the study, it was’
learned that rock 'n roll music on ¢
car radio can cause a driver to un
consciously jiggle the accelerator
pedal in rhythm with the music. Es
so Research engineers point out that
this unnecessary working of the pe
dal can cause a Ss ificant decrease
in the number of miles a gallon of
gasoline ordinarily produces

Esso Research said the new inj
stallation will probably record moré¢
than a million test miles in the next
year.



Around The World

through a wooded area that reminds

















one of northern Michigan,” he said
"About Moscow, I can s it’s <
unique and fascinating city. Street
are at least 14 lanes wide yet al
most devoid of private cars. Great
est landmark is the university bu
the most beautiful structure is St
Basil's. Store fronts are dim and
neon signs unheard of, but the popu
lace still rushes around a 14 New '
York City,” he related. The doctor ~
soon determined that the Russians *
ure convinced that doing without
luxuries, even basic commodities,
good for the country. They are
tremely patriotic and not the least !
bit self-centered. They seem to have !
enthusiasm, national pride and tre
mendous energy. No personal ani
mosity was shown me because of m}
nationality. I really um convincec ~
that the average Russian does noi
want war. But they are after some
thing,”” he added
Most of his ten days there were
spent sightseeing during the after
noon and visiting the theaters 0)
circus at night. He was constantly !
accompanied by a Russian guide whc ~
just couldn’t understand his motive: P
for being in Russia 2
From Moscow, Dr. Stritch flew t«

Copenhagen and then to England t

wife Jeanne. After a twi

week with her parents, and ¢

side trip to the World's Fair in Brus

the Stritches sailed for New
Aruba bound



join his



visit

sels,

York



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