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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
Publisher:
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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April 1, 1964
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biweekly
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English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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964







I # VOL. 25, No. 7

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT Co., LTD.

April 11,



1964







\
s

PRESENTLY UNDER repair is the exit gas line from SAR plant to Acid
carries sulphur dioxide and other unusable materials to the

Plant that



7

disposal furnace.
BAO Ri PARACION actualmente ta e linja di gas for di Planta SAR pa
Planta di Acido cual ta hiba azufre dioxido y otro materialnan inusable
pa e forno pa despone di nan.



Lago Scholarship Applications Available
April 15; Must Be Returned by June 1

Applications for Lago Scholarship Foundation assistance will be| mester worde yend, y debolbi na

available April 15. The applicatio



both new and renewal, must be

returned by June 1 for the 1964-65 school year. Grants will be offered

for the eighth consecutive year,
August, 1957.

Applicants must be accepted by
accredited schools. They must submit
to the Lago Scholarship Foundation
copies of

school

their grades in their last
year and a completed appli-
form before a_ scholarship
grant can be made. Applications
may be obtained from L. D. Dittle or

cation

R. A. Nicolaas of the training di-
vision
In the selection of scholarship

grants, preference will be given to
those applicants
course of study is not available in
Aruba. It is also the purpose of the
Foundation to assist students whose
university study will

whose proposed



return criticé
professions to Aruba for the devel-
opment and aid of the community
Grants will be made in relation to
job opportunities on the island.
Students wishing to pursue techno-
logical studies engineerng, chem-
istry, biology, pre-medical — will be
given preference over those who plan
to develop skills and knowledge in
adequate supply in Aruba. Certifi-
cates covering aspects of nursing
and teaching are obtainable in Aruba
Requirements

Those students contemplating tech-
nological or business curricula at the
university level should have suficient
mathematics and science background
MULO B HBS B s fill
these needs

Presently,

Lago



and cour



there are forty-two
Foundation Scholarship stu-
dents in Holland whose studies range
from chemistry and chemical
lysts and engineering to library as-
sistant. There are twenty Founda-
tion students in the United States,
of which fifteen are studying engin-
eering, two business administration,
one medicine and one photography.

To be eligible, applicants must
meet one criteria of five. They must
be permanent staff or regular em-
ployees of Lago, or, legally recog-
nized dependent children of deceased

ana-

staff or regular employees or an-
nuitants, or, other staff or regular
retirees, or, non-employees born in

the Netherlands Antilles or Antillean
parents, who received the majority
of their education in Aruba, or, un-
der special circumstances, an indivi-
dual not covered by the eligibility
criteria may apply for scholarship
consideration.

The Lago Scholarship Foundation
Board comprises F. W. Switzer,
chairman, M. E. Fisk, B. Henri-
quez, F. H. Ritfeld, E. F. Welch, and





the first having been awarded in



L. D. Dittle, secretary

The Selection Advisory Committee
of the Lago Scholarship Foundation
has Mr. Dittle, Lago Training Div-
ision head, as its chairman. Commit-
tee members are N. P. Schindeler of
the Technical Department, K. E
Springer of the Process Department,
Frere Bonifacius, P. J. Valk and R
Nicolaas





secretary

Flias Fingal Selecta Pa
Training Specializa na
Oficina Mayor di New York

Elias Fingal, un hefe di grupo di
Plannan di Beneficio den Departa-
mento di Relacion Industrial, a ser

selecta pa un asignacion di estudio

na oficina mayor di Jersey na New
York. Sr. Fingal lo keda tres luna,
cuminzando Mei 1, den e seccion di
beneficio di e compania principal

E obheto di e training ta pa duna
Sr. Fingal mas idea y conocemento
di e principionan cual e con-
ceptonan di beneficionan di Jersey ta
basa y pa ricibi un comprension mas
grandi com e principionan aki ta sex
modificé, adopta y aplicd den dife-
rente situacionnan cu ta presenta na
e varios companianan afiliado.

Mientras ricibiendo e training spe-
cial aki, Sr. Fingal lo tin oportuni-
dad pa observa y asisti den
mento di diferente casonan cu ta in-
volvi pagamento di beneficionan na
empleadonan

Un training adicional lo trata to-
cante reciente cambionan y aplica-
ionnan di legislacion di Seguridad
Social di Estados Unidos y e manera
den cual el ta aplica pa empleadonan
di ultramar. Un otro di e obhetivo
ta pa duna Sr. Fingal e chens di
haya mas idea den e par)i cu com-
panianan di aseguro ta hw. za, como
cu nan accionnan ta relacion: na di-
ferente plannan di beneficio di Jer-
sey

Mientras na New York, Sr. Fingal
lo traha directamente cu e anterior
empleado di Lago Bob Ettensberger,
cu actualmente ta hefe di beneficio
aya

Sr. Fingal tin over di diesocho anja
di servicio na Lago, y a drenta ser-
vicio di Compania na November 1945
como un Messenger B den IR De-

ariba







partment. Door di un numero di pro-
mocion, el a atene su posicion actual

na Juni anja pasa. El no tin ningun
interrupcion di servicio





trata- |

Lago Commissary To Issue New ID Cards;
Next Month; New Photos Not Necessary

New Lago Commissary identification cards — blue ones — are sched-
uled to be issued during May to wives or husbands and family mem-
bers of Lago employees, it has been announced. In many cases the
change will not necessitate taking new pictures, unless the family
member desires to update the photograph the company has on file.



Comisario Lo Saka Carchi’
Nobo Otro Luna, Portret
Nobo No Ta Necesario

Carchinan nobo di identificacion
pa Comisario color blauw ta
fiha pa ser saka durante Mei pa es-
posonan of esposanan y miembronan
di familia di empleadonan di Lago,
asina a worde anuncia. Den hopi ca-
sonan, e cambio lo no trece e necesi-
dad pa saka portretnan nobo, a me-
nos cu e miembro di familia ta desea
di trece e portret cu compania tin
den su archive hasta la fecha

Pa via di cambionan den adr
estado civil, etc., carchi nobo, color |
blauw, lo worde sakd solamente pa
esposonan of esposanan di
donan. Aplicacion di nobo door di
empleadonan lo ta _ necesario pa
miembronan di familia fuera di nan
esposonan of esposanan y formulario
pa esaki po obteni na ofi-
cina di Aplicacionnan



emplea-



worde
Comisario.

kantoor di comisario pa nan worde
gecheck. Tan pronto cu e aplicacion
worde aproba, Lago Police Depart-
ment lo traha un carchi nobo y lo
mand’é pa Comisario unda e por
worde colecta door di e empleado.
Personanan cu ta desea portret
nobo por laga esakinan worde tuma
durante e resto di April na Lago
Police Department entre 9 y 10 a.m.

Na Entrada

E carchinan nobo por worde busca
na entrada di Comisario durante lu-
na di Mei y e cambio ta ser spera di
keda completa pa Juni 1, tempo cu e
carchinan blanco cu a worde origi-
nalmente saké na Augustus 1962, lo
no ta valido mas.

Carchi di Identificacion di Comi-
sario apropriado pa cumpramento lo
worde duna na:

(a) Personanan individual y orga-
nizacionnan autoriza Direc-
tiva

(b) Esposo of esposa legal di em-
pleadonan actualmente ariba payroll
di compania y ex-empleadonan cu ta
ricibi entrada di pension normal, spe-
cial y pa desabilidad for di Compania

(c) Un yiu no casa, legal of re-
conoci di un empleado. E yiu mester
ta entre su diesdos y diesnuebe anja.

(d) Un mama cu ta biba hunto
cu su yiu homber of yiu muher cu
ta empleado di compania y cu ta sin
casa, divoreia of ta viudo of viuda, y
cual mama ta haci compras pa e fa-
milia, of

(Continua na pagina 2)

door di

Because of changes in addresses, and
marital status, new blue cards will
be issued only to employees’ wives o1
husbands. Reapplication will be re-
quired by employees for family mem-
bers other than spouse forms
may be obtained at the retail com-
office. Applications should
be filled out and returned to the
Commissary office so the credentials
can be checked. Just as soon as the
application is approved, the Lago
Police Department will make a new
ecard and will send it to the Com-
missary where it can be picked up
by the employee

Persons desiring new pictures may
have them taken during the remain-
der of April at the Lago Police De-
partment between 9 and 10 a.m.

The new cards may be picked up
at the Commissary
during May and the changeover is
expected to be completed by June 1,
when the white cards, originally is-
sued in August, 1962, will no longer
be valid

and

missary



Eligibility
Appropriate commissary ID cards
for purchasing will be issued to:

a) Individuals and
authorized by management.

(b) The legal spouse of employees
currently on the company payroll
and ex-employees in receipt of nor-
mal, special or disability retirement
incomes from the company.



(c) One unmarried, legal or ack-
nowledged child of an employee
Child must be between its twelfth
and nineteenth birthdays.

(d) A mother who lives with her
unmarried, divorced or widowed com-
pany employed son or daughter and
who does the buying for the house-
hold, or:

(e) An unmarried sister who lives
with her unmarried, divorced or
widowed company employed brother
or sister and who does the buying
for the household.

(f) Special or exceptional cases will
be handled on an individual basis

(g) Exceptions may be individual-
ly approved for a substitute family
member living in the same household
to purchase for a duration not ex-
ceeding three months each time, but
only under circumstances where evi-
dence exists or can be submitted to
substantiate that:

entrance gate|

organizations |





Yo one remains to qualify un-
der items (b) through (e) due
to prolonged disability or ab-
sence from Aruba, and

2- The employee/annuitant has
legal or acknowledged child-
ren under twelve permanently
residing in his/her household

J. R. Proterra Accepts
Amuay Loan Assignment;
‘Will Commence in July

J. R. Proterra, Lago Mechanical
| Department manager, will assume a
comparable position at Creole’s
Amuay Refinery on a loan assign-
ment of one year commencing in
July. The announcement of Mr. Pro-
terra’s assignment was made March
24.



| Mr. Proterra has over twenty-five
years of Lago service. He has been
Mechanical manager since October,

1961. Although the majority of Mr.
Proterra’s service
is in the Mechani-
cal Department,
his original em-
ploy was as an ap-
prentice operator
in the Gas Plant.
» This was in May,
1938. He was
transferred to Uti-
lities the same
year and promot-
ed to assistant
operator. In Au-
| gust, 1941, he was promoted to oper-
}ator and ther shift foreman two
years later

In September, 1944, Mr. Proterra
was transferred to the Mechanical
Department, where he has remained.
He became an assistant zone super-
visor in June, 1946, and Yard gene-
ral foreman in March, 1949. Mr. Pro-
terra was promoted to assistant div-
ision superintendent in Mechanical
Administration in February, 1956.
Prior to his promotion to Mechanical
manager, he was advanced to division
superintendent in April, 1957



J. R. Proterra

In addition to his Mechanical De-
partment administrative duties, Mr.
Proterra, for a number of consecu-
tive years, has been a member of
Lago’s bargaining team.



THE VICE Premier of
Biesheuvel, s a recent Lago guest.
bers of Lago’s Executive Committee
E. Jonckheer, minister president of

Antilles, O. S. Henriquez, lieutenant governor of Aruba,

and Dr. A. Jonkers, an aide to the

the Netherlands,

ve

i




Benawe
He visited mem-
accompanied by
the Netherlands

tabata un reciente
bronan di Comité

vice premier.

E VICE Premier di




Holanda, B. W. Biesheuvel,
huesped na Lago. El a bishita miem-
Ehecutivo di Lago acompanja pa E.

Jonckheer, Ministro President di Antillas Holandes, O.
S. Henriquez, Gezaghebber di Aruba, y Drs. A. Jonkers,
un consehero di e Vice Premier Holandes.



A EssoN EWS

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

Meetings in Holland’s Snow and Fog
May Enhance Aruban Cultural ’Climate’

Amidst the cold, snow and fog of a typical Dutch winter, members |
of the Advisory Council for Cultural Collaboration Between Kingdom
Partners gathered in Holland recently and the results of their efforts
could very well improve Aruba’s cultural climate.

Industrial Relations Department’s J. H. Beaujon, who also serves as

chairman of the Aruba Cultural Cen-
ter, took part in the proceedings as
one of three members from the An-
tilles and upon his return was en-
thusiastic as to the progress made
at the meetings.

While in Holland, Mr. Beaujon also
held talks with Dr. M. D. Thijs, sec-
retary of Sticusa, and requested that
additional scholarships be made avail-
able for Aruban youths. Currently
there are three Arubans studying in
Holland under Sticusa grants-in-aid.

As part of the Advisory Council
Activities, Mr. Beaujon participated
in trips to various Dutch provinces
such as Friesland, one of the oldest
provinces in Holland. In Friesland
the group visited Bolsward, an old
Hanseatic town.

In Limburg they visited the capi-
tal, Maastricht, and the burgermees-
ter conducted them on a tour of Nee
Cannes, a reconstructed castle which
is now being used as a restaurant
One of the basic ideas promoted
throughout the meetings was that
historical landmarks should be res-
tored, and a function should be
found for them rather that just erec-
ting a plaque and then allowing the

Twelve Lago Employees
Receiving Pre-College
Mathematics Instruction

Twelve Lago employees from three
departments are currently receiving
special mathematics instruction in|
preparation for their entry into Uni-
ted States’ universities in Septem-
ber. The program for the twelve be-
gan April 6 and will continue until
Aug. 30 on a Monday, Wednesday
and Friday schedule. The students
attend class between 2 and 4 p.m.

The classes, which meet in the
Writing Lab of the Administration
Building, will cover the essentials of
algebra, trigonometry and coordinate
geometry. The students will also
study the principles of physics, and
will be introduced to modern math-
ematics in a programmed course in
analytic trigonometry. Anticipated is
at least two hours of homework for |
each classroom hour.

Enrolltd in the special mathematics
training program are A. Kock and
J. Tromp of Process-LOF; F. Kock
of Executive-OCD; and A. Leslie, J
A. van der Linden, D. R. Henriquez,
K. W. Wong, D. R. Christiaans, D
Marquez, K. Y. Wong, K. R. Can-
high and B. R. de Cuba of the Tech-
nical Department

OVERVIEW OF tugboat

waiting for assignment depicts a

landmark or monument to once again
fall into disrepair. Commercial tie-
ins were promoted favorably.

One major restoring effort which
Mr. Beaujon became familiar with in
Maastricht was the Basilica, an old
church that was completely
vated and brought back into active
During the renovation, several
major art works that had_ been)
painted and plastered over came to
light. The church, it was found, also
poss s one of the oldest organs in
Holland and it, too, was restored
by the same firm that built the pipe
organ in the protestant church in
Oranjestad.

Armed with rising
from the exchanges with other king-
dom members, Mr. Beaujon is hope-
ful that a major monument restoring
program can be organized in Aruba.
In that connection he noted that the
Cultural Center will look forward to
a close cooperation with the recently
organized Aruba Nostra, particularly
as regards care of old buildings and
monuments

Diesdos Empleado di Lago
Ta Ricibi Lesnan Especial
Matematico Pre-Colegial

Diesdos empleado di Lago for di
tres departamento actualmente ta ri-
cibiendo lesnan special den niatema-
tico pa prepara nan pa nan drenta
universitarionan di Estados Nnidos
na September. E programa pa e
diesdosnan a cuminza April 6 y lo
continua te Aug. 30 tur Dialuna,
Diarazon y Diabiernes. E estudiante-
nan ta tuma les entre 2 y 4 ‘or di
atardi

E lesnan, cual ta worde duna den
e Writing Lab di Edificio di Admini-
stracion, lo cubri e puntonan esenc
di algebra, trigonometria y geome-
tria coordinado. E_ estudiantenan
tambe lo studia principionan di fisi-
ca y lo haya un introduccion den
matematico moderno den un curso
programa den trigonometria anali-
tico. Ta worde sperad cu pa cada ora
di les den klas nan tin di
huiswerk na cas

Esnan registra programa
special di training den matematico
ta A. Kock y J. Tromp di Proces
LOF; F. Kock di Executive-OCD; )
A. Leslie, J. A. van der Linden, D.
R. Henriquez, K. W. Wong, D.
Christiaans, D. Marquez, K
Wong, K. R. Canhigh y B. R.
Cuba di Depto. Tecnico.

reno-

use.

several ideas

dos ora

den e

relatively

quiet day for Lago Harbor, Area bursts into activity at entry of tanker
for either loading or unloading.
BISTA DI un remolcador wardando ariba un asignacion ta mustra un dia
relativamente keto pa Haaf di Lago. Ora un tanker drenta pa carga of
discarga, e area ta bira yen di actividad.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Croes and Peters Get
April 1 Advancements
In Building, Services

Daniel V. Croes and Louis N. Pe-
ters, both of the Mechanical Depart-
ment’s Building and Services Section,
were promoted April 1. Mr. Croes,
an eighteen-year employee, was ad-
vanced to the position of transport-
ation planner, Mr. Peters, who has
over twenty years of company ser-
vice, was promoted to foreman.

Mr. Croes’s employ began in Sep-
tember, 1945, a mechanical ap-
prentice D in Personnel. Two years
later transferred to Mech-
anical-Garage as a senior apprentice
D. He was advanced to garage hel-
per and then he moved through the

as

he was

emer ere

L. N. Peters D. V. Croes

ranks of corporal becoming an equip-
ment dispatcher in Mechanical-Gar-
age in September, 1955. He was pro-
moted to foreman in Mechanical-
Yard in July, 1961, the position he
held at the time of his April 1 pro-
motion. In eighteen years, Mr. Croes
has been promoted fourteen times

Mr. Peter’s thirteenth promotion
made him foreman in the
and Services Section. Prior to his
promotion he had been equipment
dispatcher in Mechanical-Transport-
ation, the position he was promoted
to in July, 1961. His Lago service
started in the Mechanical Depart-

ment in June, 1943, as a messenger |

He was advanced through the
messenger, apprentice typist and ap-
prentice clerk positions, and in May,

, he was made a shop clerk 1 in

Mechanical-Garage

Aruba Technical Schools
Register Night Students;
Course Lasts Six Months

On April 13, 14 and 15, it will be
possible to enroll for month
credit course at either the Pres. John
F. Kennedy School or the San Nicolas
technical School. Both
be open for registration between 6:30
p-m, and 8 p.m

The courses available, scheduled to
run six months, will be offered at a
cost of Fils. 18, payable at the time
of registration

Interested parties enroll in
any of the following courses: lathe
operation, mechanical drawing and
theory of lathe operation,
welding and acetylene welding, elec-
trician, mechanical drawing and the-

a six

schools will

can

ory of electricity, carpentry, mech- ‘

anical drawing and theory
pentry, masonry and
drawing and theory of masonry.

Schoolnan Tecnico Ta
Ofrece Estudio di Anochi;
Curso Ta Tuma Seis Luna

Ariba April 13, 14 y 15, lo ta po-
sible pa inscribi pa un curso acre-
dita na President
John F. Kennedy School of na School
Tecnico di San Nicolas. Ambos
schoolnan lo ta habri pa registracion
entre 6:30 p.m. y 8 p.m

ot
mechanical

car-

di seis luna, sea

E cursonan cu lo worde duna,
ta programa pa dura pa seis luna, lo
worde ofreci na Fis. 18
cu lo mester worde paga ora di re-
gistracion

Personanan interesa por worde in-
scribi pa cualkier di e siguiente cur-
sonan: Operacion di draaibank, pin-
tamento mechanical y teoria di ope-
racion draaibank, weldermento
electrico y weldermento acety-
leno, electricien, pintamento mechani-
cal y teoria di electricidad, carpinter,
pintamento mechanical y di
carpinteria, trabao di metsla, y pin-
tamento mecanical y teoria di metsla

cu

un costo di

di
eu

teoria

Building |

electric

April 11, 1964

Aplicacion Pa Beurs di Lago Disponible
April 15 y Mester Ta Debolbi Pa Juni 1

| Aplicacionnan pa ayudo di Lago Scholarship Foundation lo ta dis-
ponible April 15. E aplicacionnan, ambos nobo y renobacion, mester

ser debolbi pa Juni 1 pa e anja ese

olar 1964-65. Ayudo lo worde ofreci

| pa di ocho anja consecutivo, mientras e di promer tabata na Augustus
1957. Aplicantenan mester ta acepta pa schoolnan acredita. Nan mester
ee LCE

| entrega na Lago Scholarship Foun-
dation copia di nan lista di puntonan
di nan ultimo anja di school youn
formulario di aplicacion yena promer
}cu un ayudo pa beurs por worde
duna. Aplicacionnan por worde ob-
teni for di L. D. Dittle of R. A. Ni-
colaas di Training Division

Den seleccion di asistencia pa
| beurs, preferencia lo worde dund na
| tal aplicantenan kende nan curso di
} estudio contempla no ta disponible
|na Aruba. Tambe ta obheto di
Foundation pa asisti estudiantenan
kende nan estudio universitario lo
trece nan back den profesionnan cu
|ta sumamente necesario pa Aruba
pa desaroyo y ayudo di e comunidad.
E ayudonan lo worde duna en rela-
cion cu oportunidadnan
ariba e isla

e

e

di trabao
Estudiantenan cu ta si-
gui estudionan tecnologico engi-
nieria, quimica, biologia y estudio-
|nan pre-medical lo worde duna
preferencia ariba esnan cu tin plan
di desaroya abilidad y conocemento
pa cual tin bastante provision
Aruba. Ayudo pa verpleger of ver-
pleegster of pa maestro of maestra
no ta worde duna. Diploma pa cierto
ramo di estudio pa verpleegster of
maestro ta obtenible na Aruba

na

Estudios di

E estudiantenan cu ta contemplan-
do pa sigui estudionan tecnologico of
comercial na un Hogere Technische
School of un universidad mester tin
suficiente estudio mate-
matico y di
MULO B y
pa esaki

Actualmente, tin cuarenta y

tudiante di Lago Foundation Scho-
larship na Holanda, kende nan es.
tudionan ta varia for di quimica
analista quimico y enginieria te asis
tente bibliotecario. Tin binti estudi-
ante di Foundation na Estados
Unidos, cual diezcinco
ando enginieria, dos administracion
comercial, uno medicina y uno foto-
grafia

Matematico

basico den
sciencia. Estudionan
HBS B lo ta

necesario
s-

e

di ta studi-

Pa ser eligible, aplicantenan mes-
ter satis se uno di e siguiente cinco

Elias Fingal Selected
For Specialized Training
At New York Headquarters

Elias Fingal, Industrial Relations |

Department group head-benefit plans,
has been tapped for training
signment at Jersey headquarters in
New York. Mr. Fingal will spend
three months, beginning May 1, in
the parent company's benefits sec-
tion

Object of the training
vide Mr. Fingal with further
and awareness of the principles un
derlying Jersey's benefits thinking
and to gain increased understanding
as to how these principles are being
modified, adopted and applied to dif-
ferent situati that at the
various affiliates

While training,
Mr. Fingal will have the opportunity
to observe and sist in
different cases that involve payment
of benefits to employ

An added training will
with the recent changes and appli-
cations of U.S. Social Security legis-
lation the in which it
applies to overseas employees. An-
other of the objectives is to give Mr
Fingal the of gaining fur-
ther insight into the role played by
insurance companies as their actions
relate to the different Jersey
fit plans

While in York, Mr
will work directly with former Lago
employee Bob Ettensberger
rently benefits head

Mr

of Lago

a as-

is to pro-

insight

ns arise

under the special

a processing
es.

area deal

and manner

chance

bene-

New Fingal

cur-

Fingal has over eighteen years
service, having joined the
company in November, 1945, as a
Messenger B in the IR Department
Through a number of promotions he
attained his present last June
He

post

has had no break in service

dos |

condicionnan. Nan mester ta sea
empleado permanente di staff of re-
gular di Lago, of yiunan dependiente
y legalmente reconoci di empleado-
nan staff of regular, of di emplea-
donan di staff of regular of di pen-
sionistanan difunto, of di otro pen-
Sionistanan di staff of regular, of
| no-empleadonan naci na Antillas Ho-
landes of mayornan Antiliano kende
a ricibi mayoria di nan educacion na
Aruba, of, bao circumstancianan spe-
cial, un persona cu no ta cubri door
di e criterio di eligibilidad por aplica
pa consideracion pa un beurs.

E junta di Lago Scholarship Foun-
| dation ta consisti di F. W. Switzer,
| president; M. E. Fisk, B. T. Henri-
quez, F. H. Ritfeld, E. F. Welch, y
|L. D. Dittle, secretario.

E Comité Advisorio di Seleccion di
|e Lago Scholarship Foundation tin
| Sr. Dittle, Hefe di Lago Training
Division, como president. Miem-
bronan di e Comision ta N. P. Schin-
deler di Depto. Tecnico, K. E. Sprin-
|ger di Process Department, Frere
Bonifacius, P. J. Valk y R. Nicolaas

secretario.

JR. Proterra Ta Acepta
| Asignacion di Prestamo
Na Amuay, Cuminza Juli

J. R. Proterra, gerente di Departa-
| mento Mechanical di Lago, lo asumi
jun

su

posicion comparable na Refineria
| di Amuay di Creole ariba un asigna-

|cion di

prestamo di un anja cumin-
zando na Juli. E anuncio di e asig-
nacion di Sr. Proterra a
Maart 24

Sr, Proterra binti-cinco
anja di El tabata
gerente di Mechanical desde October
1961. Aunque mayoria di Sr. Pro-
terra su servicio ta den Depto. Mech-
anical, su empleo original tabata co-
mo un aprendiz operador den
Plant. Esaki tabata na Mei 1938. El
a haya pa Utilities «
anja y a haya promocion pa
tant Operator. Na Augustus

ser pa operador y
Foreman dos anja despues
1944 Sr. Proterra <
ser cambid pa Depto. Mechanical, na
unda el ¢ da. El a bira
ltant Zone Supervisor na Juni 1946,
ly General Foreman di Yard na
Maart 1949. Sr. Proterra a keda pro-
movi pa Assistant

worde haci

tin over

servicio na Lago

Gas
cambio mes
A ssis-
1941 el
promovi luego

Shift
Na September

pa

un Assis-

Division Superin-
tendent den Administracion Mechani-
na Februari 1956
promocion pa gerente di Mechanical
el a avanza pa Superintendente di
| Division na April 1957

Ademas di su tarea administrativo
jen Depto. Mechanical, Sr. Proterra
| tabata un miembro di e team

cal Promer cu su

nego-

bes di Lago pa un numero di anja

consecutivo.

de ta biba hunto cu su ruman hombe1
of ta
pania kende ta

COMISARIO

Continua di pagina 1
(e) Uu ruman muher sin casa ken-

muher cu empleado di Com-

sin casa, divorcia of

viudo of viuda y cual ruman muher

ta haci compras pa e familia
(f) Casonan special of excepcional

lo worde trata ariba un base indivi-

dual
(g) Excepcionnan por

ba individualmente

worde apro-
pa un miembro di
familia substituyente cu ta biba den
familia pa
di no

pero

e mes un
pa

luna
circumstancianan
dencia of si tal evidencia

entrega pa substancia cu

cumpramento
tres

bao

un duracion mas cu
solamente

tin

cada bez

cual

den evi-

worde
1 - No ta
cualifica
te (e) pa
dad of ausencia
di Aruba, y

2-E

yiunan

keda ningun kende

pa

bao e puntonan (b)
di

prolonga

desabili-
for

motibo

empleado/pensionista tin
of

diesdos anja cu ta biba perma-

legal reconoci bao

nentemente den su familia





April 11, 1964

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



RETIREMENT LUNCHEON honorin
left to right, W. A. Murray, R. E,
Di Murro, H. J. Richa



g William R. Coakley is attended by,
Boyack, Mrs. Muriel Coakley, B. S.
rdson and G. Janson.



Inspeccion di NFAR y Alky No. 2
Ta Igual cu Trabao di un Rompecabez

E terminologia "bahamento di planta’ ta uno familiar pa hopi em-



Turning Around Lago’s Mammoth NFAR and Alky No. 2 Units
Is an Excersise in Coordination of Giant Jigsaw Puzzle

The term "unit turnaround” is a
familiar one to many Lago employ-
ees who are in daily contact with
{much of the large refinery equip- |
ment. Much of this contact, however, |
is often on a partial and specialized |
basis, somewhat akin, perhaps, to |
individual pieces in a giant and com- |
plex jigsaw puzzle.

The NFAR and Alky No. units,
both down recently for turnarounds,
provided an opportunity to view the
| interrelationships of factors involved
in an undertaking of this size.

In the NFAR, originally construct-
ed in September, 1960, the furnaces
had a gravity wall constructed of in-
sulating firebrick. Over a period of
time, hot gases, particularly vana-
dium pentoxide, accelerated the de-
terioration of the walls and, ulti-
mately, parts of it collapsed. This
was the major reason for the turn-|
around at this time.

One measure of the hugeness of
the job is pointed out by noting that

2

the structure scheduled to come down
also functioned as a support for the
overhead condensers -
cools the gaseous materials proces-

sed in the tower and condenses them |

into such products as propane, bu-
tane and isobutane. The condensers
and accompanying piping required
relocation at ground level.

Along with the Lago work force,
members of the Chicago Bridge and
Iron Company, performed much of

the structural work needed on both |

units.

Much of the turnaround pre-work,
such as scaffolding, was performed
prior to the unit’s shut down and a
good deal still continues. The critical
work, of course, was done during the
shutdown. Over 25,000 manhours
were expended to accomplish the
mammoth task on the NFAR, with
the CBI force accounting for some
4500. Using a representative average
hourly wage, labor costs alone
amounted to over Fls. 70,000.

Materials Fls. 235,000

a unit that}

|tempted here, and it proved highly
| successful.
| With the greater durability prov-
ided by the new suspended wall fur-
nace, along with regular on-stream
| inspections, the unit is expected to
function from three to five years be-
fore another turnaround is required.

The Alky No. 2 turnaround re-
quired ten days, and a total of 19,000
manhours were expended to accom-
plish the task. The labor cost portion
amunted to Fls. 54,000. Cost of ma-
terials for the project was Fls. 140,000.
Again, much of the work was done
prior to and following shutdown.

Though down for a shorter period
than NFAR, the Alky No. 2 down-
time proved more critical and ex-
pensive since it wasn’t possible to
make similar switchovers as had
| been done with NFAR. In this case,
product losses were considerably
higher.

The successful combining of men
and materials to accomplish the feat
of turning around giant units such

leadonan di Lago cu ta den contacto diario cu hopi di e equiponan ; ‘ .
oan di Pegs Hopi di e contacto aki, sisembaeee, hort ea ta | L2so's ea unit, perhaps then nie:
ariba un base parcial y specializd, algo similar cu podiser e piezanan|®°st Tefinery furnace in this hemis-
Sa 2 ee dee LA wt sees ss | phere, required six week just to erect
individual den un figura gigantesco di rompecabez. | hive deat foldinte warnta ines cticen (eee

as NFAR and Alky No. 2 are neces-
sary at any refinery whether it be
Lago or a counterpart on the other
side of the globe. Performance of



| The material costs for bricks, steel,
| insulation, approached Fls. 235,000.
|The new suspended wall required

E plantanan di NFAR y Alky No.
2, cu ambos a baha recientemente pa
a duna un oportunidad
pa mira e inter-relacion di factornan
involvi den un trabao di e tamanjo
aki

E planta NFAR, cu originalmente |
tabata construi na September 1960,
tabatin un forno cu un muraya con-
strui di piedra pa wanta candela co-
mo insulador, Over un periodo di tem-
po, gasnan cayente, particular
vanadium pentoxide, a danja e mu-
raya hopi y ultimamente algun parti
a cay. Esaki tabata e motibo princi-
pal pa e reparacion na e tempo aki

inspeccion,

en

Un manera di midi con grandi e
trabao ta, ta worde munstra ora
hende no ta cu e planta NFAR di

Lago, cual podiser tin e forno mas
grandi di tur refineria den e hemis-
ferio, tabatin mester di seis siman
solamente pa traha stelashi. Esaki a |
worde yama uno di e trabao di ste- |
lashi di mas grandi cu nunca antes |

tabatin den refineria.
Reparacion Grandi

Na planta Alky No. 2, e estructura
rond di e tower-nan, e plataforma-
nan di staal, trapinan y otro medio-
nan pa yega na e tower-nan tabatin |
ster di reparacion grandi. Un cal-
cion di e costo involvi pa e con-
siderable trabao necesario den tal
caso, a duna un motibo fuerte pa
tumba abao por completo tur e es-
tructuranan di e tower mas ariba cu
e promer plataforma y pa traha nan
di nobo,

Un problema cu a presenta tabata
cu e estructura cu mester a worde
tumba tambe tabata sirbi como un
awanta pa un condenser mas ariba —
cual ta un unidad cu ta fria e ma-
terialnan den forma di gas cu ta ri-
cibi un proceso den e tower y ta con-
densa nan den tal productonan ma-
nera propano, butano y isobutano.
E condensernan y tuberia acompan-
jante mester a ser cambia di lugar
na nivel di tera.

Hunto cu e trahadornan di Lago,
miembronan di Chicago Bridge and
Iron Co. a traha hopi di e trabao
structural necesario pa ambos uni-
dadnan.

Hopi di e trabao promer cu e re-
paracion, manera stelashi, a worde
poni promer cu e plantanan a baha
y un cantidad di e trabao aki ta si-
gui ainda. E trabao mas critico, na-
turalmente, a worde haci durante cu

NEW ARRIVALS

February 23









GIEL, Bruno - Lago Commissary; A
daughter, Regina Jacenta |
February 24 |
ARRINDELL, Granville L, - Machinist; A
daughter, Jessica Miranda
W , Levie B. - Comptroller; A daugh-
Louella Camila
February 27
ALBERTSZ, Rosindo - Medical; A son,
Kenneth Gregory



February 28
Van Der Biezen, Juan - C&LE; A son,
Walter Marlon





February 29
E, Dominico - Metal Craft; A son,
o Rosendo
Louis - Acid & Edel; A
, Christine Bernadette
. Miguel A. - Yard; A son, En-



figuel

|inspeccionnan durante operacion,

e planta tabata fuera di operacion.
En total, como 25,000 ora di trabao
a worde usa pa logra e trabao gigan-
tesco ariba NFAR, mientras e traha-
dornan di Chicago Bridge a traha|
4500 ora di e total ey. Usando un
promedio representativo di sueldo|
pa ora, e costo di trahadornan sol ta
suma over di Fls. 70,000. |





ml

E costo di material pa _ blokki,
staal, insulacion, ete. ta acerca
Fis. 235,000. E muraya di un sistema

nobo, por ehempel, tabatin mester di |
60,000 blokki di 15 te 18 duim largo. |
Si pone nan un tras di otro, nan lo
cubri un largura di mas cu diezcuater |
milla, Un prueba di esaki ta cu 309}
caha di cuatro pia cuadra a ser usd|
pa embarca e blokkinan pa Aruba.

Generalmente, uno di e factornan |
mas grandi di costo durante e repa-
racion ta e "tempo cu e planta ta|
abao”. Den e caso di NFAR, sinem-
bargo, e planta di LEAR tabata ca-|
paz pa tuma over hopi di e trabao di |
refinacion. Esaki tabata di promer |
bez cu un adaptacion di e clase aki
ser purba aki y el a proba di tabata
sumamente excitoso.

Awor cu un duracion mas grandi|
di operacion ta asegurd door di e
muraya nobo den e forno, hunto cu
e
planta ta worde sperd di por traha
entre tres te cinco anja promer cu

|un otro turno di reparacion ta nece-

sario.
E reparacion na Alky No. 2 a tuma

|diez dia y un total di 19,000 ora di

trabao a worde usa pa haci e tarea. |
E costo di trahador a suma na mas |
o menos Fils. 54,000. Costo di ma-|



| terial pa e proyecto ey a yega Fis.

140,000. Aki tambe, hopi di e trabao
a worde haci promer y despues cu |
a baha e planta.

Aunque e planta aki tabata abao |
pa un periods di tempo mas cortico
cu NFAR, e periodo cu Alky No. 2
tabata fuera di operacion a proba di |
tabata mas critico y mas costoso, |
como no tabata posible pa haci en- |
trecambio similar manera a ser haci
cu NFAR. Den e caso aki, e perdida
di producto, pasobra no tabatin otro
planta pa trahé, tabata hopi halto.

E combinacion cu exito di traha-
dornan y materialnan pa logra e ta-
rea aki di turno di reparacion na
plantanan grandi manera NFAR y
Alky No. 2 ta necesario na cualkier
refineria, sea cu esaki ta na Lago of
na un otro refineria na otro parti di
globo. Cumplimento di e tareanan aki
den un manera eficiente, correcto y
rapido al fin ta indica e posicion re-
lativo di e grupo den e mercadonan
mundial di petroleo cu ta sumamente
competitivo.

Reparacionnan di plantanan ta en-
berdad manera un figura gigantesco
di rompecabez cu no solamente mes-
ter di completo coordinacion, pero
mester worde cumpli den tal forma
pa e no bai for di paso cu e resto di
e industria — cual ta move continua-
mente adilanti pa mayor eficiencia y
produccion,



ed one of the biggest scaffolding
‘feats at this refinery.

At Alky No. 2, the structure sur-
rounding the towers, the steel plat-
forms, stairways and other means of
access to the towers were in need of
major repairs. An estimate of the
costs involved for the considerable
work necessary in that case provid-
ed an incentive to completely tear
down all the tower structures above
the first platform and rebuild them.

One problem that arose was that

Jersey First Oil Company
That Offered Road Maps
To Encourage Use of Fuels

The first modern-type road map
offered to motorists by an oil com-
pany was a map of New Jersey. It
was mailed to every auto owner in
the Garden State in 1923 by the
Standard Oil Company of New Jer-
sey.

The first map was made by Otto
Lindberg, founder of General Draft-
ing, Inc. He still makes maps for
Humble Oil & Refining Company. It
was the forerunner of more than 345
million road maps which have been
distributed by Humble and its affili-
ated companies over the past forty
years.

The map was revoluntionary in its
| innovations. For the first time in
map-making history, Mr. Lindberg |
had undertaken to classify all roads. |
He used colored ink to identify first- |
class roads and distinguished through
routes and other roads. He set the|
names of towns in different sizes to
indicate their relative size and he
included numerous items of inform-
ation to help the motorist.

New Roads

Among the items Mr. Lindberg in-
cluded on the New Jersey map was
the dotted-line indication of new
roads under construction. It wasn’t
long before people began writing in
to ask if certain of these roads had
been completed. Other questions and
requests for information, all stimula-
ted by the map, also appeared in the
mail. As best they could, Mr. Lind-
berg and his staff attempted to ans-
wer each inquiry. Eventually, out of |
this informal information service |
evolved today’s Humble Touring
Service.

The most important feature of
this first map was that it was highly
accurate and easy to read.

Oil companies offer free road maps
and travel information to the mot-
oring public to encourage more auto-
mobile travel and greater consump-
| tion of motor fuels and lubricants.
Do they succeed?

Humble’s map-makers have count-
less examples to prove that they do.
They once added an obscure and
little-known shrine as a point of in-
terest on one of the state maps. The
shrine was at the end of a dead-end



some 60,000 bricks of fifteen to eight-
een inches in length. Set end to end,
the bricks would extend more than
fourteen miles. Three hundred and
nine four-foot-square crates were
needed to ship the bricks to Aruba.

Ordinarily, one of the large cost
factors during the turnaround in-
volves "'downtime”. In the case of
NFAR, however, the LEAR unit was
able to take up much of the proces-
sing slack. This was the first time
an adaptation of this kind was at-

these tasks in an efficient, correct
and rapid manner ultimately show
up as that group’s relative position
in the world’s highly competitive pe-
troleum markets.

Unit turnarounds are indeed a
giant jigsaw that must not only be
fully coordinated, but must be per-
formed in a way so as to not fall out
of step with the rest of the industry
— which continually moves ahead
toward greater efficiency and pro-
duction.



Reunionnan den Frialdad di Holanda
Por Enhancha ‘Clima’ Cultural di Aruba

Entre e frialdad, nieve y nublina di un invierno tipicamente Holan-
des, miembronan di Conseho Advisorio pa Colaboracion Cultural entre

e Partinan di Reinado Holandes a

reuni na Holanda recientemente y e

resultadonan di nan esfuerzo por muy bien mehora e clima cultural di

Aruba.

J. H. Beaujon di Departamento di
Relaciones Industrial, kende tambe
ta president di Centro Cultural di
Aruba, a tuma parti den e delibera-
cionnan como uno di e tres miembro-
nan di Antillas y ariba su regreso
tabata entusiastico tocante e pro-
greso logra na e reunionnan.

Mientras na Holanda, Sr. Beaujon
tambe a tene discusion cu Dr. M. D.
Thijs, Secretario di Sticusa, y a pidi
pa beurs adicional worde poni dis-
ponible pa hobennan Arubano. Ac-
tualmente tin tres Arubiano ta stu-
diando na Holanda cu un ayudo di
beurs di Sticusa.

Como parti di e actividadnan di e
Conseho Advisorio, Sr. Beaujon a
participa den viahenan na _ varios
provincia di Holanda, manera Fries-
land, cual ta uno di e provincianan
mas bieuw di Holanda. Na Friesland
e grupo a bishita Bolsward, un ciu-
dad forma segun un alianza bieuw.

Ariba un viahe pa Noord Holland,
e grupo a bishita e Museo di Zuider-
zee na Enkhuizen, cual ta un museo
marino di gran fama.

Na Limburg nan a bishita e capi-
tal Maastricht y e Burgemeester a
hiba nan ariba un paseo den Nee
Cannes, un kasteel reconstrui cual
awor ta worde us4 como un restau-
rant. Uno di e ideanan basico cu a
worde treci padilanti den tur e reu-
nionnan tabata cu lugarnan histo-

rico mester worde restora y mester |

busca un uso pa nan envez di sola-
mente instala un plaquette y despues
laga e lugar historico of monumento
atrobe keda descaido. Combinacion-
nan comercial, manera restaurant-
nan, tabata proyectonan cu a haya
acogida favorable.

Un trabao grandi di restoracion cu

cual Sr. Beaujon a cerra conoci na}



road and had never attracted many
visitors. In the first year after it
appeared on the map, so many mo-
torists turned off to visit it that the
caretaker couldn’t handle the situa-
tion. He asked the map-makers to
leave his shrine off the map the next
time, and they did.

Maastricht tabata e Basilico, un mi-
sa bieuw cu a worde renoba comple-
tamente y a worde poni atrobe na
uso. Durante e renobacion, varios
trabaonan grandi di arte cu tabata
cubri pa verf of pleister a sali na
claridad. E misa, asina a worde des-
cubri, tambe ta posee uno di e or-
gelnan mas bieuw di Holanda y esaki
tambe a worde drecha — door di e
mes firma cu a traha e orgel di e
Misa Protestant di Oranjestad.

Arma cu varios ideanan cu a surgi
for di e intercambio cu otro miem-
bronan di Reinado, Sr. Beaujon tin
speranza cu un programa grandi di
restoracion di monumento por ser or-
ganiz4 na Aruba. Den e coneccion ey,
el a nota cu Centro Cultural lo
spera un cooperacion intimo cu e
organizacion Aruba Nostra reciente-
mente forma, particularmente tocan-
| te cuido y percuracion pa edificionan
| bieuw y monumentonan.

Diesdos A Ricibi Oloshi
Di Oro en Reconocimento
Di Cuarto Siglo di Empleo

Diesdos empleado a drenta fila di
e categoria di 25 anja di servicio e
luna aki, Nan cuarto siglo di empleo
a worde reconoci na ceremonianan
na Centro di Recepcion durante cual
nan a worde presenta oloshinan di
oro door di Director F. W. Switzer.

E diesdos recipientenan aki a au-
menta e cantidad di empleadonan cu
25 anja di servicio na 1424.

Esnan honré na e ceremonianan
April 1 tabata R. A. Jong, di Utili-
ties; y A. Lambertus y C. M. Becker
di Light Oils Finishing. C. A. Na-
loop di Departamento di Marina di
Equipo Flotante tambe a ricibi un
oloshi di binti cinco anja di servicio.

Ocho di Departamento Mechanical
a keda honrd. Nan tabata: J. Fran-
ken, F. Henriquez y R. E. Bryson di
Seccion di Metal; R. H. Vint Jr. di
Storehouse; J. Ridderstap di Servi-
| cio pa Edificionan; y A. M. Arends,
W. A. Amzand y L. L. McGrew di
Seccion di Equipo.







SLOP OIL and water are dumped in primary separator, left, and as oil is skimmed off top,
it flows back into tankage. Skimmer in secondary
bypasses the primary unit. Tertiary separator, right, is floating oil boom that channels oil

back t

Den mundo petrolero di awendia

Den mundo petrolero di awendia

0 secondary separator.

cu ta sumamente mecaniza y inten-

separator, center, picks up flow which

cu ta sumamente mecaniza y inten- | tancia, ta sirbi tanto como un re-|
|

samente competitivo, e medida di

conocemento di e rectitud demonstra

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

April 11, 1964

AZETA SUSHI y awa ta worde manda pa e separador primario, robez, y mientras azeia ta
worde recogi for di e parti mas ariba, el ta ser manda back pa tankinan. Un espumador den
separador secundario, centro, ta recoge loke ta pasa bai for di e unidad primario. Di tercer

separador, drechi, ta un aparato flotante cu ta manda e azeta pa e separador secundario

Oil Conservation Is Important Factor In Efficient Refinery Operation

Lago Ta Recoge 40,000 Baril Pa Luna Lago ‘Slop Systems’ Recover 40,000 Barrels Monthly,
Pero 4500 Baril Adicional Perdi Pa Dia But Additional 4500 Barrels Are Lost Every Day

In today’s highly mechanized and keenly competitive oil industry,
samente competitivo, e medida di operacion di un organizacion mester|the measure of an organization’s operation must be taken in relation
worde tuma en relaccion cu su abilidad pa evita y rebaha gastamento. | to its ability to avoid or lessen waste. Essentially, the refinery that can
Esencialmente, e refineria cu por ta mas cerca di saka un baril di pro- | most nearly obtain a barrel of product from a barrel of crude will en-
ducto for di un baril di crudo lo ricibi un ventaha di prijs di mercado | joy a market price advantage when competing against refineries with

a higher loss factor.
Oil conservation, therefore,
tally important to a refinery's ability

is vi-

operacion di un organizacion mester | door di empleadonan di Lago y en| to compete successfully on a world-

worde tuma en relaccion cu su abili-
dad pa evita y rebaha gastamento.
Esencialmente, e refineria cu por ta
mas cerca di saka un baril di pro-
ducto for di un baril di crudo lo ri-
cibi un ventaha di prijs di mercado

general como un recordatorio cu un
trabao hopi mas grandi ainda ta ke-
da adilanti cu loke a keda logra caba

wide basis
For Lago, this factor takes
even greater importance as a result

on

Actualmente, como 40,000 bavil pa | of its unusual position in the petro-

luna ta worde haya back door di un
numero di metodo y aparatonan. Den

unusual because on
neither oil

leum industry

Aruba there is nor a

ora el ta competi contra refineria-| menos cu un anja, tin bastante pe-|jarge oil market, and before the first

NETWORK OF sewers picks up
oil and water discharges at differ-
ent units and channels them into
the slop oil system. If valves aren’t
closed properly, overloading of the
separators may occur or there may
be a loss due to evaporation.
UN SISTEMA di riool ta recoge
azeta y awa cu ta bai for di varios
planta y ta dirigi nan pa un siste-
ma di recoge azeta sushi. Si e
valve-nan no ta cerra bon, e sepa-
rador por bai over of por tin per-
dida door di evaporacion.

nan cu tin un factor mas halto di
perdida.

Conservacion di azeta, pesey, ta
vitalmente importante na e abilidad
di un refineria pa competi cu exito
ariba un base mundial.

Pa Lago, e factor aki ta haya un
importancia ainda mas grandi como
resultado di su posicion excepcional
den industria petrolero excepcio-
nal pasobra ariba Aruba no tin ni
azeta ni un mercado grandi pa azeta
y promer cu e promer gota di crudo
ta drenta un planta di refinacion, nos
por ta sigur cu el a costa mas placa
pa transporta e petroleo pa Lago cu
un refineria similar cu tin fuente di
petroleo mas cerca.

Den e sentido aki, e esfuerzonan
pa conservacion di petroleo ta hay
nificacion mas grandi y mas pers
pectiva.

Conocemento com esaki ta worde
haci y particularmente te na ki dis-

troleo recobra pa yega e cantidad di
| produccion total di 440,000 baril pa
| un dia.

Pa medio di un sistema di riool,
hopi di e petroleo cu ta bai perdi na
}e plantanan ta worde hiba pa un se-

parador primario, un sistema di ocho | 5);

lugarnan grandi, utilizando dos prin-
cipionan basico, esta cu azeta y awa
no ta mescla y cu azeta ta mas liher
cu awa.

drop of crude enters a processing

unit, it has cost more money to

transport the oil to Lago than to a

similar refinery with adjacent oil

resources.

In this light,
conservation

the efforts toward
take on greater

| meaning and perspective

Knowledge of how this is done and
particularly to what extent,
both as an acknowledgement of the

serve

E petroleo “sushi” kai ta corre bai| conscientiousness displayed by Lago
den e separador primario na unda employees and on the whole as a

awa tambe ta bai, asina cu e azeta ta

| keda ariba. Un pomp ta manda €| mains ahead that what has

| parti mas ariba pa tankinan. Tanki-
nan 409-410-411 ta ser usa pa e ob-
heto aki.
Manera

e separador

tur otro cos, sinembargo,
primario tin solamente

cierto capacidad y ora su capacidad | covered to equal one day’s
yega manera ta socede hopi bez, €! parrels

awa y azeta di mas ta bai over ma-

nera un waterval. E salida pa e awa

tambe ta sirbi pa laga e awa bai
(Continua na pagina 5)

DEFECTIVE PACKING glands or
defective bleeder valves will cause
leaks such as depicted. Often, as a
result of negligence, a valve will
not be closed properly and oil loss
occurs.

ADURA DEFECTIVO
of yalve-nan botador defectivo lo
causa leknan manera ta_ilustra.
Hopi bez, como resultado di negli-
gencia, un valve no ta ser cerra

bon y a ta bai perdi.

EMPAQU

| oil to rise to the surfs

| The

reminder that a far larger job re-
already
be accomplished

Presently, about 40,000 barrels a
month are recovered through a num-
ber of methods and devices. In less
than a year, there is enough oil re-
440,000
- throughput.

By way of a network of
much of the oil at the units is
channeled to the primary separator,
an arrangement of eight large bays
utilizing two basic principles, nam-
ely that and water don’t mix
and that the oil is lighter of the two

This "slop” oil flows to the pri-
mary separator unit where water al-
so flows into the bays, causing the

-e, A skimmer-
pump combination sends it back into
tankage. Tanks 409-10-11 are
for this purpose.

Like anything else, however, the
primary separator has certain capa-
cities and when are
reached, as they so often are, there
is a waterfall that serves as an out-
let for both water oil
water outlet serves the
function of letting thin film of
water flow off, continually providing
slight movement in the
which allows the oil to float to the
top where the skimmer can
it. When the outlet is overloaded,
both oil and water overflow in large
quantities and these then enter the
secondary Some of the
lighter as gasoline
may be lost at this point as a result
of evaporation

In the secondary both
oil and water are in a large pond Al
pan skimmer floats top, |
channeling the oil into an attached |
suction pump and sends it flowing |
back to the tanks. Overloading at |
stage, too, certain |

sewers,

lost

oil

used

these points

excess and
also
a

A pools,

remove

separator

products such

separator,
across the
causes

this a

amount of spill and another arran-
gement, the tertiary unit, attempts
to take up the slack

The tertiary unit floating oil
boom, filled with air that
designed to collect oil that bypas
the secondary separator. The hose,
attached to both of a bank,
channels the top layers of oil along
its surface to eductor
floating skimmer. A pump operating
on the siphon principle then pumps
the oil back into the secondary sepa-
rator. The three units are commonly
referred to as the slop oil system

Oil is often lost way of spills
at the unit. In these cases, Mag-Kem
trucks are dispatched to the
of the spill. Equipped with large va-
cuum pumps, the familiar blue trucks
literally suck up the oil
and then deliver it to the separation
units,

As a result of
tanks and sewers, certain quantities
of oil seep into the ground. In order
to recover of this
possible, some twelve wells have been
drilled into the ground down to the
water table. Oil that seeps into the
ground gravitates down to this

is a

a hose is

Ss
sides

a water or

scene
splashing

leaks in pipelines.

as much loss as

Si ee
TANKS HAVE some three to five
inches of water to protect against
undiscovered leaks. Water is drain-
ed off before fuel is loaded. At rate
of flow indicated in photo, some
Fls. 542 an hour would be lost if
the tank held aviation fuel.
TANKINAN TIN como tres te cin-
co duim di awa pa proteccion con-
tra leknan ser descubri. E
awa ta ser saka promer cu e azeta
worde carga door di bapornan. Na
razon di e flujo indica den e por-
tret, como Fls. 542 pa ora lo bai
perdi si e tanki tabata contene
combustible di aviacion.

cu no

WATER
a thin flow

OUTLET
of
provide a

or weir allows
water
slight

the primary separator. This allows

over its edge

to movement in
oil to float to the top where it can
be skimmed off.
BOTADERA DI awa ta permiti un
poco awa bai over na rand pa duna
un
dor
azeta

movemento leve den e

Esaki

ariba

separa-
ta haci

unda el

primario.
ta

cue

bin na por

ser recogi.

water table or |
ed at different

gather

vel

strategic

ind pumps plac-
points will
this up and send it back into
system

oil
tive

the

slop oil

To combat in tar be-
leakin
five
the

a leak,

losses

cause defe tank

of and
three to

at

inches
tank's
vater

ms, some

of water are placed
bottom
will

discovering

In the event of

providing time for

first, |
the leak
responsibility

seep

for
with
Committee

oil
the

General re-
ut
Conservation
up
Technical

covery Lago rests Oil

made of
the
Accounting
It is the
vey and
They al
dations for

Theirs is the
but the

specific

representatives
Mechanical, Pr
ind Marine Departments

job to
hful ¢

committee sur-

oil

ymmen-

keep ate > on

losses initiate re
measures
onsibility

with

correctiy
gener
ultimate
oblig
individual L
only
ward

and ¢

moré ation rests
the

must

« who
with

efficiency

emp)

not pace each
greate1

but

stride to’
the

ahead of

made by industry must re-

on
pe

der-

his counterpart
globe

view

main

who
of oil
window
40,000
recovered. It
idditional

another point on the

haps might have a
ricks from his bedroor
It

barrels a

estimated that some

month

is
are is
that

lost daily

also estimated an
4500 barrels

It is
of

almost

ure
acknowledged that for a por-
that daily

an

tion loss, recovery is

impossibility se are

Continued on page 5







April 11, 1964

Archaeological Efforts Produce Windows
That View the Island’s Past History

There was a time not too many years ago when playful children
were continually unearthing pottery and other remains of civilizations
and early inhabitants of Aruba. This was a common occurence and not
too much was thought about the findings since they were so readily

available.



Today, the outlook is somewhat
different and the lues to the is-
land's heritage which are offered by
these artifacts are subjects of both
conversation and examination

One evidence is the recent form-
ation of the Aruba Nostra and its

efforts toward collecting relics with

the hope of ultimately placing them



in a permanent museum

The recent discovery at the Santa
Cruz cemetery has been traced to a
group that inhabited the area prior
to 1400. The Arawaks, as they were
known, were to be found primarily
in the areas of Santa Cruz, Sava-
neta, Tanki Flip and Tanki Leendert

The discovery of two pots, one
large and one small is believed to
be the burial place of a mother and
child, according to a Santa Cruz
school teacher

It is also believed that the prob-
able homeland of the Arawaks was

the Paraguana Penninsula since most

of the pottery styles are quite simi-
lar to those that have been located
in Venezuela in recent years. This

general design pattern is called the
Dabajuro style
Santa Cruz area has been the most

fertile location thus far for these
artifacts and when the school was
built there literally hundreds were

unearthed
Still, archaeological and geological
efforts in Aruba are in the develop-

mental stage and many questions
remain unanswered. Questions, for
example, still surround the huge



rocks which are found only at certain
locations on the island

One interesting aspect is that many
constantly
he

considered

are dis-
the

sand

of these rocks
integrating
that Aruba
cellent for

Different
what an

and result s been



is ex-
construction purposes

ideas have been offered
Aruba historical mu-
seum would like. One of the
prevalent in this type of
rangement these days is for a pana-
where each room

for
look
ideas ar-
ramic approach
would depict a distinct period in the
island's development. This might be
in contrast to another type which
would place all pottery in one room,
all another and clothing
in

utensils in
still another

CONSERVATION
(Continued from page 4)

to such factors
Considerably
upwards of 7000 barrels each
which could be re-
and are the results of com-
binations of factors. These are fac-
tors, often involving
which could be disposed of by ever
increasing awareness of the critical
nature of such losses and a greater
consciousness of Lago’s unusual po-
sition in the petroleum industry

The phrase '’Stop Oil Loss” might
well considered Lago's personal
challenge by the rest of the pet-
roleum world

due
poration

half,
day,
covered

losses as eva-

more than

are losses





carelessness,





be



Croes y Peters a Ricibi
Promocion April 1 den

‘Building, Services Seccion

Daniel V. Croes y Louis N. Peters,
ambos di Seccion di Edificio y Ser-
vicio di Departamento Mechanical, a
haya promocion April 1. Sr. Croes,
un empleado di 18 anja di servicio, a
avanza pa e posicion di Transporta-
tion Planner. Sr. Peters, tin
over di binti anja di servicio cu com-
pania, a ser promovi pa Foreman

kende

Croes su emple cuminza na
19 un Aprendiz
Mechanical D den Personal. Dos an-
ja 1 a haya transfer pa
Mechanical-Garage como un Senior
Apprentice D. El a avanza pa Garage
Helper y despues a subi den e rango-
nan di Corporal y a bira un Despat-
cher di Equipo den Mechanical-C
age na September 1955. El
promovi pa Foreman den Mechanicé
Yard na Juli 1961, e posicion cual el)
a ocupa na tempo di su promocion di
April 1. Den diesocho anja, Sr. Croes
a haya diescuater promocion



Sr
5 como

September





despues







a



Sr. Peters su di diestres promocion
a hacie’le Foreman den di
Edificio y Servicio. Promer cu e pro- |
mocion e tabata un Dispatcher
di Equipo den Mechanical-Transpor-

Seccion




el



tation, e posicion pa cual el haya
promocion na Juli 1961. Su servicio
na Lago a cuminzé na Juni 1943 |
como un Messenger B. El a avanza |
door di e posicionnan di messenger, |
Apprentice Typist y Apprentice
Clerk, y na Mei 1950, el a worde haci
un Shop Clerk I den Mechanical-

Garage

Twelve Presented Gold |
Watches Marking Quarter,
Century of Lago Employ:

Twelve employees joined the twen-
ty-five-year service ranks this month
of a century employ-

was acknowledged at

Their quarter
ceremo-
during

ment
nies at the Reception Center

which they were presented gold
watches by Director F. W. Switzer
The twelve recipients increased

the number of Lago twenty-five-year
employees to 1424

Honored at the April 1 ceremonies
were R. A. Jong, Utilities, and A.
Lambertus C. M. Becker of}
Light Oils Finishing. C. A. Naloop
of the Marine Department's Floating |

and

Equipment received a twenty-five-
year watch

Eight from the Mechanical De-|
partment were honored. They were |

J. Franken, Henriquez and R. E.
Bryson of the Metals Section, R. H
Vint, Jr. of the J. Rid-
derstap of Building Services, and A.
M. Arends, W. A. Amzand and L. L.
McGrew of the Equipment Section

F

Storehouse







GUESTS JOINING W. Roy Constable at his retirement luncheon
, Mrs. W. R. Constable, H. H. Garig and Mrs, L.

H. Brown III, L. Wis



are J.

Wise.

| gico

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





Archeologico Ta Duna un
Bista Ariba Historia
Pasado di Isla di Aruba

Tabatin un tempo no mucho an-| }

ja pasa cu muchanan jugeton ta-
bata continuamente sacando weya
y otro restonan di civilizacionnan
y inhabitantenan antiguo di Aruba
ariba tera. Esaki tabata algo comun
y no mucho atencion tabata ser duna
na e descubrimentonan aki como cu
nan tabata ser haya facilmente



Awendia, e prospecto ta un poco

diferente y e indicacionnan cu e ar-
tefactonan ta ofrece na e pasado di
e isla ta ambos topico di conversa-

cion como examinacion

Aruba Nostra

Un evidencia, naturalmente, ta e
reciente formacion di Aruba Nostra
y nan esfuerzonan pa colecta e res-
tonan aki den speranza di pone nan
al fin den 20 permanente

E_ reciente cubrimento na
Santana di Santa Cruz indica



un mus
cS

cu



des
a
biba den e lugar ey banda promer cu
anja 1400. E Idiannan Arawak, ma-
nera nan ta conoci, tabata ser hayé
principalmente den e bicindario di
Santa Cruz, Savaneta, Tanki Flip y
Tanki Leendert.

E descubrimento di e dos weyanan,



un grandi y un chikito, segun ta
worde pensa, ta indica e lugar na

unda un mama y yiu a worde dera,
segun opinion di un maestro di
school di Santa Cruz.

Tambe ta ser pensaé cu e tera natal
di e Awaraknan ta Peninsula di Pa-
raguana, como mayoria di e estilo di
nan ta hopi similar na esnan
cu a worde encontra na Venezuela
den anjanan reciente. E disenjo gen-
eral y forma ta ser yama estilo Da-
bajuro

Santa Cruz ta e lugar mas frecu-
ente na unda te awor e artefactonan
aki worde haya y tempo
school a ser trahd aya, casi cien di

e we



a cu e
nan a worde saka

Sinembargo, esfuerzonan archeolo-
na Aruba ainda ta den
tado di desaroyo y hopi pregunta ta
keda sin contesta tocante obhetonan
ecu cual tin contacto tur dia
Hopi preguntanan, por ehempel, ain-
da ta existi tocante e piedranan
grandi cu ta worde haya solamente
na cierto lugarnan ariba e isla.

Un aspecto interesante ta cu hopi
di piedranan ta desintegra con-
stantemente y e resultado tabata cu
Aruba su santo ta ser considera ex-
celente pa construccion pa motibo di
halto di partinan di

un es-

nos

e

su contenido
piedra
Diferente ideanan a worde presen-
ta tocante com un museo
pa Aruba lo mester ta. Uno di
ideanan prevalente awendia tocante

}e clase di arreglamento ta un siste-

ma panoramico den cual cada sala

}lo ilustra un periodo distinio den e

desaroyo di e Esaki ta un



sla. por

| contraste cu un otro tipo, den cual
| por pone, por ehempel, tur weya den

un sala, tur utencillios den un otro,

}y podiser panja den un otro sala
Schedule of Paydays
Semi-Monthly
j April 1-15 Thursday, April 23

Monthly

April 1-30 Monday, May 11



historico
e

|

these findings are helping to answer questions about the island’s

RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL dis







i

covery



is
believed to hold the remains of a mother and child. More and more of

in Santa Cruz cemetery

early

history and its inhabitants.
RECIENTE DESCUBRIMENTO archeologico den Santana di Santa Cruz,
segun ta worde keri, ta contene e restonan di un mama y yiu. Mas y mas
nan ta origina di un grupo cu tabata!| di tal descubrimentonan ta yuda pa contesta preguntanan tocante e his-
toria antiguo die isla y su habitantenan.





Conservacion

(Continua di pagina 4)
over poco-poco continuamente, cau-
sando asina un
e baki cual en turno ta haci e azeta
bin drief ariba awa, na unda el ta
worde saka door di e pomp. Ora e
lugar di basha over ta haya un can-
tidad demasiado, azeta y awa ta
bai over den cantidad grandi y esaki-
nan ta bai anto den e separador se-
cundario. Sinembargo, algun di e
productonan mas lihe manera gaso-
lin podiser ta bai perdi na e punto
aki resultado di evaporacion.

Den e separador secundario, am-
bos azeta y awa ta bai den un plas
grandi. Un recogedor di azeta ta
flota ariba e mescla, hibando e azeta
na un pomp cual ta mandé back pa
e tankinan. Ora e lugar aki tambe
bai over, esaki tambe ta causa cu un
cierto cantidad ta bai perdi, y pa
esaki tin un tercer baki pa trata pa
recoge loke plama afor.

E tercer unidad aki ta un hose flo-
tante yena cu aire pa azeta
cu ta pasa over di e separador se-
cundario. E hose, cu ta marra
ambos banda di e baki, ta hiba e
capa mas ariba di azeta pa un ex-
traedor di awa of espumador flotan-
te. Un pomp cu ta opera mescos cu

ie

como







recoge

un sifoon despues ta pomp e azeta |

back pa e separador secundario. E
tres unidadnan generalmente ta wor-
de referi sistema di azeta
sushi.

Azeta ta bai perdi door di drama-
mento na e plantanan. Den e caso-
nan aki, Mag-Kem su trucknan ta
worde manda pa e sitio cu e azeta a
drama. Nan ta equipa cu pompnan
vacuum grandi ariba e trucknan fa-
miliar blauw y nan ta chupa e azeta
cu a basha abao y despues ta entre-
ge’le pa e unidadnan di separacion

Como resultado di lek den tuberia,
tankinan y rioolnan un cierto canti-
dad di azeta ta penetra den tera. Pa
recobra mas tanto di e perdida di
azeta aki, tin como diesdos poos cu
a worde coba den tera te na awa.
Azeta cu ta bai den tera ta sigui bai
te na e nivel di e awa aki y pomp-
nan instala na diferente lugarnan
strategico lo saka e azeta aki y man-

como e

movemento leve den |

na |

|de'le back pa e sistema di recoge
azeta sushi.

Pa combati perdida di azeta den
tankinan pa motibo di defecto of lek
den bom di tankinan, como tres te
cinco duim di awa ta worde poni den
e bom di e tanki. Den caso di un lek,
e awa lo sali promer, locual ta duna
tempo pa haya e lek.

Responsabilidad general pa
bramento di azeta na Lago ta den
man di e comision di conservacion di
azeta, un grupo cu ta consisti di re-
presentantenan di Departamentonan
Tecnico, Mechanical, Proce: Ac-
counting y Marina. Nan trabao ta pa
haci un estudio y tene un bista cui-
dadoso ariba perdida di azeta. Nan
tambe ta duna recomendacionnan pa
medidanan correctivo

Nan responsabilidad ta general,
pero e obligacion final y sumamente
mas specifico ta keda den man di
cada empleado individual di Lago
kende, mester worde admiti, no sola-
mente mester tene paso cu cada es-
fuerzo pa mayor eficiencia haci door
di e industria, pero mester keda adi-
lanti di su contraparte na otro pun-
to di globo, cu podiser por ta mira
e maquina di saka petroleo for di
bentana di su kamber.

Ta ser calculé cu mas o menos
40,000 baril pa luna ta worde reco-
bra. Tambe ta ser calcula cu un 4500
baril adicional ta bai perdi tur dia.

Ta ser reconoci cu un parti di e
perdida diario, ta casi imposible pa
recobra. Esakinan ta perdidas pa mo-
tibo di tal factornan manera evapo-
Sinembargo, _considerable-
mente mas cu mitar, mas cu 2,000
baril cada dia, ta perdidas cu por
worde recobraé y ta resultadonan di
combinacionnan di cierto factornan.
Esakinan ta factornan, hopi bez in-
volviendo descuidao, cu por worde
elimina door di realiza mas y mas e
naturaleza critico di tal perdidas y
door di ser mas concienzudo tocante
| Lago su posicion excepcional den in-
dustria petrolero.

E frase "Stop Perdida di Azeta’”’
por bien ser considera como Lago su
desafio personal door di e resto di
| mundo petrolero.

reco-



racion.





Fila di Atletas Lo Yena Sport Park
Cu Eventonan Programa Pa April

E resto di April lo presenta un programa completo di actividadnan
na Lago Sport Park, yegando un climax cu e Olimpiada di Anja di La
Reina, cual podiser ta e evente principal di tur anja di e stadion. Ariba
April 17, lo tin e wega final pa campeonato den e competicion insular
di softball, cu ta en progreso awor. Diezsiete team ta involvi den e

competicion eliminatorio. Ariba e
mes anochi ey, e trofeo lo worde|
presenta na e ganador di e competi-
cion di softball interdepartamental, |
cual a cuminza April 1, Teamnan
representando tres grupo di emple-
ado, di Storehouse, Crafts y Oficina
Mayor, lo termina nan weganan con-
tra cada uno. E ganador di e tem
porada pasa tabata Storehouse. Un
trofeo pa softball femenino tambe
lo worde presenta e anochi ey.

E siguiente anochi, como binti-
cinco te trinta participante ta worde |
sperad di tuma parti den e concurso
anual di hizamento di peso, cual lo
worde sigui door di un competicion
di "mehor curpa muscular,” cual tur
anja ta nombra "Mr, Aruba.” Ken-
neth Rivers tin e titulo ey actual-
mente

ice

Pieter
| College

bola
yard;
estafette; bulamento leuw y carreda
| di mitar milla.

bata Seroe Colorado.

Ademas di e campeon pa defende

B

E eve

di
tir

oer

ntonan

bu
amento

titulo den e encuentro, otro school-
nan programa pa competi ta La Sal-
Abraham De Veer,
nische School,

Aruba Tech-

Wilhelmina College,
St. Augustinus College, Commander
School-

y St. Antonius

programa ta: 100

| yard; disco, 220 yard; lanzamento di
hero;

lamento
di speer;

halto; 440
440 yard

E siguiente merdia un concurso no-

bo ariba pista lo tuma lugar
cha homber y mucha muher te edad
di diesdoos anja. Tal eventonan ma-

a mu-

nera corremento den sako y pelea di

Diez Evento

Ariba April 24, teamnan represen-
tando ocho schoolnan di e isla lo
competi den un serie di diez evento
den encuentronan inter-escolar ariba
pista y veld. Ganadornan individual
di cada evento lo ricibi medalja,
mientras e school cu acumula mayo-
ria puntos lo worde premia cu un
escudo. E ganador di anja pasa ta-

Official National Leagu

veld
Olimpiada di Anja di La Reina cu ta
ariba lista pa April 28 y 29. E evento

cusinchi ta ariba lista.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

National Leaguers Unfurl:
Campaign Colors April 13;
‘Musial Throws First Ball

National League fans will be hold-
ing their heads at least one degree
higher when they initiate the 1964
season April 13.

Following last October's four-
| Same sweep of the mighty New York
| Yankees by the Los Angeles Dod-
gers, the first time this had been ac-
complished since John McGraw’'s
Giants turned a similar feat in 1922,
sentiments were high that this was
proof of the senior circuit's
pitching, a popular
cent years.

Cincinnati, oldest member in the
league, opens against the Houston
Colt 45s, one of the more recent en-
tries as result of the league ex-
pansions two seasons ago.

The remainder of the in-
augurate their campaign on April 14.

This season the National League
is host in the All Star game, slated
for July 7, at Shea Stadium

Stan Musial, recently retired St.
Louis Cardinal star, is expected to
throw out the first ball of 1964

superior
claim during re-

a

clubs

Ariba April 27, e teamnan di judo!

sport di e isla lo enfrenta e gruponan
di Curagao den un competicion cu ta
programa den tur e clasificacionnan
di faha.

Dos dia di eventonan ariba pista y

lo

distingui

e di binti-cuatro

atletico principal di anja ta general-
mente un evento espectacular di un
anochi, pero siendo cu mas di cien
atleta ta spera di participa, e
Directiva di Lago Sport Park a pre-
fera pa extende e eventonan
dos dia. Seroe Colorado tabata
team ganador di anja pasa

ser

ariba
e

April 11, 1964

Array of Athletes Will Fill Sport Park
With High-Gear Events on Program

The remainder of April will provide a full slate of activities at the

Lago Sport Park, climatin
stadium's major annual event.

On April 17, the islandwide softball com

g with the Queen's Birthday Olympiad, the

petition, currently underway,

will decide its champion. Seventeen teams are involved in that elimina-

tion

On the same night the title trophy ;
will be presented to the winner of
the Lago inter-department softball
competition which began April 1
Teams representing three employee
groupings, Storehouse, Crafts
GOB Offices, will complete
round robin events. Last season's
winner was Storehouse. A girl's
softball trophy will be presented as
well that evening

and
their

Weightlifters

The following night twenty-five to
thirty participants are expected to
engage in the annual weightlifting
contest to be followed by the body
beautiful competition which
year names "Mr. Aruba.” Kenneth
Rivers is the present title holder

On April 24, teams representing
eight island schools will compete in
a of ten events in the inter-
school track and field meet. Indivi-
dual event winners will receive
dals while the school amassing
most points will be awarded
shield, Last year’s winner was Seroe
Colorado High School
to the

each

series

me-
the
a

In addition meet’s defend-

ing champion, other schools sched-
uled to compete are La Salle, Abra-
ham De Veer, Aruba Technical
School, Wilhelmina College, St. Au-
gustinus College, Commandeur Pie-
ter Boer School, and St. Antonius
College

The events slated
discuss, 220-yard, shotput high
jump, 440-yard, javeline, 440-yard
relay, broad jump and half-mile run

The following afternoon a novelty
track meet for boys and giris up to
age twelve is on the agenda and in-
cludes such events sack
and pillow fight

are 100-yard

as a race

On April 27, the island’s sport judo
teams will engage

with competition
belt classifications

Curagao squads

scheduled in all

Two days of track and field events
will mark the twenty-fourth Queen's
Birthday Olympiad scheduled
April 28 and 29. The y Ss majo
athletic event is customarily a one
night spectacular, but with over one
hundred athletes expected to partici-
pate, the Sport Park Board
elected to the events over
two days.

for

Lago

extend

e Baseball Schedule for the 1964 Season



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AIS. F(a)
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AIS.
AILA(n)
AtLA(n)

AINY
Chie(n)
Chie(n)
Chic(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts

Pitts.(2)
At Phila.(n)
At Philp (n)
At Philo.(n)

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At Philo.

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AIL A(n)
AIL. A(n)
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At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

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AINY,

Cine(n)
St.L(n)
St. L(n)
St.L(n)

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Milw.(n)

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ALS.F



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=

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————
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1M

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25-Tu
26
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29-Sat

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NÂ¥(n)
N.Y(n)

Hous (n)

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At. St. L(n)
At St. L(n)

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At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

Pitts
At Milw.(n)
At Milw,(n)
At Milw.

At Hous (n)
Philo.(n)
Phila.(n)
Philo.
S.F.(n)
S.F(n)
S.F.

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Philo.

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At Pitts

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Chic(n)
Chic(n) | S.
Chic(n)

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At Cine

AIS.

Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)

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ALLA (n)
AILA(n)
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l
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5F

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(nm)

ea

Chic(n)
Chie(n)
Chic(n)
Milw.(n)
Milw.(n)

——

+
At Cine(n)
At Cinc(n)
At Cine(n)
At St. L(n)
At StL.

Hous.(n)
Hous.(n)
Hous.(n)

LA(n)
LA(n)

AtSt. L(n)
At St. L(n)
At StL (a)
At Cinc(n)
At Cine(n)

At Phila.(n)
At Philo.(n)
At Phila.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.

Milw(n)
Milw(n)
Milw.(n)
Chic(n)
Chic

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)

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AIN.Y.(n)
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At Philo(n)
At Phila.(n)

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AINY.(n)



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AIS. F. A

a ALL A(n) Hust
Milw.(n)
Milw.

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Atl A(n)

‘At Hous.(n)
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At Hous.(n)

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At St.

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Milw.(n)
At Milw.

(n) Hous.(n)
Hous.
s. Hous.

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Milw.(2)

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(2) | AtChie(2)
Hous.
Hous.
Att
StL

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ANY.
Cine(n)
Cine

Cine(n)
Cinc(n)

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At Hous(n)

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At Chic.
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)

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Cine (2)

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At Philo.(2)

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A Pitts. (2)

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LA(o)
Phila.(n)
Philo

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AIS. F(a)
N.Â¥.(n)

NY (a)

At Chi
At Chic,



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L(n)

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: 15. F.(n)

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At Hous (n)

neta) At Hous.(n)

AI Milw.

At Chic
At Chic
L At Chic.
St, L(n)
St. L(n)

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AILA(n)
AL A(n)

AIL A(n)

Cine
‘St, L(n)
St. L{n)
StL

Cine

Cine.

Cine

At Milw (n)
At Milw,

At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)
ALL A(n)
AtL A(n)
AIL A(n)

Chic(n)
Chic

AIS. F.(n)
ANS. F.

Pitts.(n)

Philo.(n)
Phila.(n)
Philo.(n)

N.Y.(n)
N. ¥.(n)

At Chie
At Milw.(n)
At Milw (n)
At Mil,

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Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pints (n)
Philo.(n)
Philo.(n)
Phila,(n)

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N.Y



| Bits (np
Pitts

At
At Cine(n)

nc (a)



Hous (n)
Hous
Phila.(n)
Philo

At Hous(n) | StL
n)
St. L(n)
StL

Philo.(2)
Mmilw (0)
Milw

AIN.
AN.

Cine(n)
Cine.

At Philo.(n)
At Phila.(n)
At Phila.(n)

"| Chie AIS.F At Milw.

AILA
Cine(n)
Cinc(n)
Cine(n)
Milw (a)
Milw.(n)
Milw.

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
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ar
Cine (2) AIN,

Ay Milw.(n)
AY Mil.

‘At Milw(n)
At Milw.(n)

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L(n)
Ln)

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At Pitts
Philo.(n)
Phila.(n)
Phillo.(n)

‘At Hous(n) | At Chic
Chic(n)
Chie(n)

Chic(n)

Hous.(n)
Hous.



———+



At Cinc(n) =

At Cinc.(n)

(a)

At Milw.
At St. L(n)
At St. L(n)

AI Cinc



Pitts.(n)
Phila.(n)

—- —

At Cine(n)
At Milw(n)

AIL A(a)
AIS. F.(n)
ANS. F

NY.

Pitts.(n) At Cine(n)



AIS. F,
AIL A(n)
AYLA(n) | Hous(n)

Chic(n)
Hous(n) |

Hous
Chic(n)
Chi



N.Y {n)

N.Â¥(a)
c |







NEW YORK

ANISH L Phila.















Pitts. At Milw. ALS. F.





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Hous.

(n) Denotes night Game (1-n) Denotes twilight-night doubleheader. Gomes not preceded by" At’ are home gomes,





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I # VOL. 25, No. 7

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT Co., LTD.

April 11,



1964







\
s

PRESENTLY UNDER repair is the exit gas line from SAR plant to Acid
carries sulphur dioxide and other unusable materials to the

Plant that



7

disposal furnace.
BAO Ri PARACION actualmente ta e linja di gas for di Planta SAR pa
Planta di Acido cual ta hiba azufre dioxido y otro materialnan inusable
pa e forno pa despone di nan.



Lago Scholarship Applications Available
April 15; Must Be Returned by June 1

Applications for Lago Scholarship Foundation assistance will be| mester worde yend, y debolbi na

available April 15. The applicatio



both new and renewal, must be

returned by June 1 for the 1964-65 school year. Grants will be offered

for the eighth consecutive year,
August, 1957.

Applicants must be accepted by
accredited schools. They must submit
to the Lago Scholarship Foundation
copies of

school

their grades in their last
year and a completed appli-
form before a_ scholarship
grant can be made. Applications
may be obtained from L. D. Dittle or

cation

R. A. Nicolaas of the training di-
vision
In the selection of scholarship

grants, preference will be given to
those applicants
course of study is not available in
Aruba. It is also the purpose of the
Foundation to assist students whose
university study will

whose proposed



return criticé
professions to Aruba for the devel-
opment and aid of the community
Grants will be made in relation to
job opportunities on the island.
Students wishing to pursue techno-
logical studies engineerng, chem-
istry, biology, pre-medical — will be
given preference over those who plan
to develop skills and knowledge in
adequate supply in Aruba. Certifi-
cates covering aspects of nursing
and teaching are obtainable in Aruba
Requirements

Those students contemplating tech-
nological or business curricula at the
university level should have suficient
mathematics and science background
MULO B HBS B s fill
these needs

Presently,

Lago



and cour



there are forty-two
Foundation Scholarship stu-
dents in Holland whose studies range
from chemistry and chemical
lysts and engineering to library as-
sistant. There are twenty Founda-
tion students in the United States,
of which fifteen are studying engin-
eering, two business administration,
one medicine and one photography.

To be eligible, applicants must
meet one criteria of five. They must
be permanent staff or regular em-
ployees of Lago, or, legally recog-
nized dependent children of deceased

ana-

staff or regular employees or an-
nuitants, or, other staff or regular
retirees, or, non-employees born in

the Netherlands Antilles or Antillean
parents, who received the majority
of their education in Aruba, or, un-
der special circumstances, an indivi-
dual not covered by the eligibility
criteria may apply for scholarship
consideration.

The Lago Scholarship Foundation
Board comprises F. W. Switzer,
chairman, M. E. Fisk, B. Henri-
quez, F. H. Ritfeld, E. F. Welch, and





the first having been awarded in



L. D. Dittle, secretary

The Selection Advisory Committee
of the Lago Scholarship Foundation
has Mr. Dittle, Lago Training Div-
ision head, as its chairman. Commit-
tee members are N. P. Schindeler of
the Technical Department, K. E
Springer of the Process Department,
Frere Bonifacius, P. J. Valk and R
Nicolaas





secretary

Flias Fingal Selecta Pa
Training Specializa na
Oficina Mayor di New York

Elias Fingal, un hefe di grupo di
Plannan di Beneficio den Departa-
mento di Relacion Industrial, a ser

selecta pa un asignacion di estudio

na oficina mayor di Jersey na New
York. Sr. Fingal lo keda tres luna,
cuminzando Mei 1, den e seccion di
beneficio di e compania principal

E obheto di e training ta pa duna
Sr. Fingal mas idea y conocemento
di e principionan cual e con-
ceptonan di beneficionan di Jersey ta
basa y pa ricibi un comprension mas
grandi com e principionan aki ta sex
modificé, adopta y aplicd den dife-
rente situacionnan cu ta presenta na
e varios companianan afiliado.

Mientras ricibiendo e training spe-
cial aki, Sr. Fingal lo tin oportuni-
dad pa observa y asisti den
mento di diferente casonan cu ta in-
volvi pagamento di beneficionan na
empleadonan

Un training adicional lo trata to-
cante reciente cambionan y aplica-
ionnan di legislacion di Seguridad
Social di Estados Unidos y e manera
den cual el ta aplica pa empleadonan
di ultramar. Un otro di e obhetivo
ta pa duna Sr. Fingal e chens di
haya mas idea den e par)i cu com-
panianan di aseguro ta hw. za, como
cu nan accionnan ta relacion: na di-
ferente plannan di beneficio di Jer-
sey

Mientras na New York, Sr. Fingal
lo traha directamente cu e anterior
empleado di Lago Bob Ettensberger,
cu actualmente ta hefe di beneficio
aya

Sr. Fingal tin over di diesocho anja
di servicio na Lago, y a drenta ser-
vicio di Compania na November 1945
como un Messenger B den IR De-

ariba







partment. Door di un numero di pro-
mocion, el a atene su posicion actual

na Juni anja pasa. El no tin ningun
interrupcion di servicio





trata- |

Lago Commissary To Issue New ID Cards;
Next Month; New Photos Not Necessary

New Lago Commissary identification cards — blue ones — are sched-
uled to be issued during May to wives or husbands and family mem-
bers of Lago employees, it has been announced. In many cases the
change will not necessitate taking new pictures, unless the family
member desires to update the photograph the company has on file.



Comisario Lo Saka Carchi’
Nobo Otro Luna, Portret
Nobo No Ta Necesario

Carchinan nobo di identificacion
pa Comisario color blauw ta
fiha pa ser saka durante Mei pa es-
posonan of esposanan y miembronan
di familia di empleadonan di Lago,
asina a worde anuncia. Den hopi ca-
sonan, e cambio lo no trece e necesi-
dad pa saka portretnan nobo, a me-
nos cu e miembro di familia ta desea
di trece e portret cu compania tin
den su archive hasta la fecha

Pa via di cambionan den adr
estado civil, etc., carchi nobo, color |
blauw, lo worde sakd solamente pa
esposonan of esposanan di
donan. Aplicacion di nobo door di
empleadonan lo ta _ necesario pa
miembronan di familia fuera di nan
esposonan of esposanan y formulario
pa esaki po obteni na ofi-
cina di Aplicacionnan



emplea-



worde
Comisario.

kantoor di comisario pa nan worde
gecheck. Tan pronto cu e aplicacion
worde aproba, Lago Police Depart-
ment lo traha un carchi nobo y lo
mand’é pa Comisario unda e por
worde colecta door di e empleado.
Personanan cu ta desea portret
nobo por laga esakinan worde tuma
durante e resto di April na Lago
Police Department entre 9 y 10 a.m.

Na Entrada

E carchinan nobo por worde busca
na entrada di Comisario durante lu-
na di Mei y e cambio ta ser spera di
keda completa pa Juni 1, tempo cu e
carchinan blanco cu a worde origi-
nalmente saké na Augustus 1962, lo
no ta valido mas.

Carchi di Identificacion di Comi-
sario apropriado pa cumpramento lo
worde duna na:

(a) Personanan individual y orga-
nizacionnan autoriza Direc-
tiva

(b) Esposo of esposa legal di em-
pleadonan actualmente ariba payroll
di compania y ex-empleadonan cu ta
ricibi entrada di pension normal, spe-
cial y pa desabilidad for di Compania

(c) Un yiu no casa, legal of re-
conoci di un empleado. E yiu mester
ta entre su diesdos y diesnuebe anja.

(d) Un mama cu ta biba hunto
cu su yiu homber of yiu muher cu
ta empleado di compania y cu ta sin
casa, divoreia of ta viudo of viuda, y
cual mama ta haci compras pa e fa-
milia, of

(Continua na pagina 2)

door di

Because of changes in addresses, and
marital status, new blue cards will
be issued only to employees’ wives o1
husbands. Reapplication will be re-
quired by employees for family mem-
bers other than spouse forms
may be obtained at the retail com-
office. Applications should
be filled out and returned to the
Commissary office so the credentials
can be checked. Just as soon as the
application is approved, the Lago
Police Department will make a new
ecard and will send it to the Com-
missary where it can be picked up
by the employee

Persons desiring new pictures may
have them taken during the remain-
der of April at the Lago Police De-
partment between 9 and 10 a.m.

The new cards may be picked up
at the Commissary
during May and the changeover is
expected to be completed by June 1,
when the white cards, originally is-
sued in August, 1962, will no longer
be valid

and

missary



Eligibility
Appropriate commissary ID cards
for purchasing will be issued to:

a) Individuals and
authorized by management.

(b) The legal spouse of employees
currently on the company payroll
and ex-employees in receipt of nor-
mal, special or disability retirement
incomes from the company.



(c) One unmarried, legal or ack-
nowledged child of an employee
Child must be between its twelfth
and nineteenth birthdays.

(d) A mother who lives with her
unmarried, divorced or widowed com-
pany employed son or daughter and
who does the buying for the house-
hold, or:

(e) An unmarried sister who lives
with her unmarried, divorced or
widowed company employed brother
or sister and who does the buying
for the household.

(f) Special or exceptional cases will
be handled on an individual basis

(g) Exceptions may be individual-
ly approved for a substitute family
member living in the same household
to purchase for a duration not ex-
ceeding three months each time, but
only under circumstances where evi-
dence exists or can be submitted to
substantiate that:

entrance gate|

organizations |





Yo one remains to qualify un-
der items (b) through (e) due
to prolonged disability or ab-
sence from Aruba, and

2- The employee/annuitant has
legal or acknowledged child-
ren under twelve permanently
residing in his/her household

J. R. Proterra Accepts
Amuay Loan Assignment;
‘Will Commence in July

J. R. Proterra, Lago Mechanical
| Department manager, will assume a
comparable position at Creole’s
Amuay Refinery on a loan assign-
ment of one year commencing in
July. The announcement of Mr. Pro-
terra’s assignment was made March
24.



| Mr. Proterra has over twenty-five
years of Lago service. He has been
Mechanical manager since October,

1961. Although the majority of Mr.
Proterra’s service
is in the Mechani-
cal Department,
his original em-
ploy was as an ap-
prentice operator
in the Gas Plant.
» This was in May,
1938. He was
transferred to Uti-
lities the same
year and promot-
ed to assistant
operator. In Au-
| gust, 1941, he was promoted to oper-
}ator and ther shift foreman two
years later

In September, 1944, Mr. Proterra
was transferred to the Mechanical
Department, where he has remained.
He became an assistant zone super-
visor in June, 1946, and Yard gene-
ral foreman in March, 1949. Mr. Pro-
terra was promoted to assistant div-
ision superintendent in Mechanical
Administration in February, 1956.
Prior to his promotion to Mechanical
manager, he was advanced to division
superintendent in April, 1957



J. R. Proterra

In addition to his Mechanical De-
partment administrative duties, Mr.
Proterra, for a number of consecu-
tive years, has been a member of
Lago’s bargaining team.



THE VICE Premier of
Biesheuvel, s a recent Lago guest.
bers of Lago’s Executive Committee
E. Jonckheer, minister president of

Antilles, O. S. Henriquez, lieutenant governor of Aruba,

and Dr. A. Jonkers, an aide to the

the Netherlands,

ve

i




Benawe
He visited mem-
accompanied by
the Netherlands

tabata un reciente
bronan di Comité

vice premier.

E VICE Premier di




Holanda, B. W. Biesheuvel,
huesped na Lago. El a bishita miem-
Ehecutivo di Lago acompanja pa E.

Jonckheer, Ministro President di Antillas Holandes, O.
S. Henriquez, Gezaghebber di Aruba, y Drs. A. Jonkers,
un consehero di e Vice Premier Holandes.
A EssoN EWS

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

Meetings in Holland’s Snow and Fog
May Enhance Aruban Cultural ’Climate’

Amidst the cold, snow and fog of a typical Dutch winter, members |
of the Advisory Council for Cultural Collaboration Between Kingdom
Partners gathered in Holland recently and the results of their efforts
could very well improve Aruba’s cultural climate.

Industrial Relations Department’s J. H. Beaujon, who also serves as

chairman of the Aruba Cultural Cen-
ter, took part in the proceedings as
one of three members from the An-
tilles and upon his return was en-
thusiastic as to the progress made
at the meetings.

While in Holland, Mr. Beaujon also
held talks with Dr. M. D. Thijs, sec-
retary of Sticusa, and requested that
additional scholarships be made avail-
able for Aruban youths. Currently
there are three Arubans studying in
Holland under Sticusa grants-in-aid.

As part of the Advisory Council
Activities, Mr. Beaujon participated
in trips to various Dutch provinces
such as Friesland, one of the oldest
provinces in Holland. In Friesland
the group visited Bolsward, an old
Hanseatic town.

In Limburg they visited the capi-
tal, Maastricht, and the burgermees-
ter conducted them on a tour of Nee
Cannes, a reconstructed castle which
is now being used as a restaurant
One of the basic ideas promoted
throughout the meetings was that
historical landmarks should be res-
tored, and a function should be
found for them rather that just erec-
ting a plaque and then allowing the

Twelve Lago Employees
Receiving Pre-College
Mathematics Instruction

Twelve Lago employees from three
departments are currently receiving
special mathematics instruction in|
preparation for their entry into Uni-
ted States’ universities in Septem-
ber. The program for the twelve be-
gan April 6 and will continue until
Aug. 30 on a Monday, Wednesday
and Friday schedule. The students
attend class between 2 and 4 p.m.

The classes, which meet in the
Writing Lab of the Administration
Building, will cover the essentials of
algebra, trigonometry and coordinate
geometry. The students will also
study the principles of physics, and
will be introduced to modern math-
ematics in a programmed course in
analytic trigonometry. Anticipated is
at least two hours of homework for |
each classroom hour.

Enrolltd in the special mathematics
training program are A. Kock and
J. Tromp of Process-LOF; F. Kock
of Executive-OCD; and A. Leslie, J
A. van der Linden, D. R. Henriquez,
K. W. Wong, D. R. Christiaans, D
Marquez, K. Y. Wong, K. R. Can-
high and B. R. de Cuba of the Tech-
nical Department

OVERVIEW OF tugboat

waiting for assignment depicts a

landmark or monument to once again
fall into disrepair. Commercial tie-
ins were promoted favorably.

One major restoring effort which
Mr. Beaujon became familiar with in
Maastricht was the Basilica, an old
church that was completely
vated and brought back into active
During the renovation, several
major art works that had_ been)
painted and plastered over came to
light. The church, it was found, also
poss s one of the oldest organs in
Holland and it, too, was restored
by the same firm that built the pipe
organ in the protestant church in
Oranjestad.

Armed with rising
from the exchanges with other king-
dom members, Mr. Beaujon is hope-
ful that a major monument restoring
program can be organized in Aruba.
In that connection he noted that the
Cultural Center will look forward to
a close cooperation with the recently
organized Aruba Nostra, particularly
as regards care of old buildings and
monuments

Diesdos Empleado di Lago
Ta Ricibi Lesnan Especial
Matematico Pre-Colegial

Diesdos empleado di Lago for di
tres departamento actualmente ta ri-
cibiendo lesnan special den niatema-
tico pa prepara nan pa nan drenta
universitarionan di Estados Nnidos
na September. E programa pa e
diesdosnan a cuminza April 6 y lo
continua te Aug. 30 tur Dialuna,
Diarazon y Diabiernes. E estudiante-
nan ta tuma les entre 2 y 4 ‘or di
atardi

E lesnan, cual ta worde duna den
e Writing Lab di Edificio di Admini-
stracion, lo cubri e puntonan esenc
di algebra, trigonometria y geome-
tria coordinado. E_ estudiantenan
tambe lo studia principionan di fisi-
ca y lo haya un introduccion den
matematico moderno den un curso
programa den trigonometria anali-
tico. Ta worde sperad cu pa cada ora
di les den klas nan tin di
huiswerk na cas

Esnan registra programa
special di training den matematico
ta A. Kock y J. Tromp di Proces
LOF; F. Kock di Executive-OCD; )
A. Leslie, J. A. van der Linden, D.
R. Henriquez, K. W. Wong, D.
Christiaans, D. Marquez, K
Wong, K. R. Canhigh y B. R.
Cuba di Depto. Tecnico.

reno-

use.

several ideas

dos ora

den e

relatively

quiet day for Lago Harbor, Area bursts into activity at entry of tanker
for either loading or unloading.
BISTA DI un remolcador wardando ariba un asignacion ta mustra un dia
relativamente keto pa Haaf di Lago. Ora un tanker drenta pa carga of
discarga, e area ta bira yen di actividad.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Croes and Peters Get
April 1 Advancements
In Building, Services

Daniel V. Croes and Louis N. Pe-
ters, both of the Mechanical Depart-
ment’s Building and Services Section,
were promoted April 1. Mr. Croes,
an eighteen-year employee, was ad-
vanced to the position of transport-
ation planner, Mr. Peters, who has
over twenty years of company ser-
vice, was promoted to foreman.

Mr. Croes’s employ began in Sep-
tember, 1945, a mechanical ap-
prentice D in Personnel. Two years
later transferred to Mech-
anical-Garage as a senior apprentice
D. He was advanced to garage hel-
per and then he moved through the

as

he was

emer ere

L. N. Peters D. V. Croes

ranks of corporal becoming an equip-
ment dispatcher in Mechanical-Gar-
age in September, 1955. He was pro-
moted to foreman in Mechanical-
Yard in July, 1961, the position he
held at the time of his April 1 pro-
motion. In eighteen years, Mr. Croes
has been promoted fourteen times

Mr. Peter’s thirteenth promotion
made him foreman in the
and Services Section. Prior to his
promotion he had been equipment
dispatcher in Mechanical-Transport-
ation, the position he was promoted
to in July, 1961. His Lago service
started in the Mechanical Depart-

ment in June, 1943, as a messenger |

He was advanced through the
messenger, apprentice typist and ap-
prentice clerk positions, and in May,

, he was made a shop clerk 1 in

Mechanical-Garage

Aruba Technical Schools
Register Night Students;
Course Lasts Six Months

On April 13, 14 and 15, it will be
possible to enroll for month
credit course at either the Pres. John
F. Kennedy School or the San Nicolas
technical School. Both
be open for registration between 6:30
p-m, and 8 p.m

The courses available, scheduled to
run six months, will be offered at a
cost of Fils. 18, payable at the time
of registration

Interested parties enroll in
any of the following courses: lathe
operation, mechanical drawing and
theory of lathe operation,
welding and acetylene welding, elec-
trician, mechanical drawing and the-

a six

schools will

can

ory of electricity, carpentry, mech- ‘

anical drawing and theory
pentry, masonry and
drawing and theory of masonry.

Schoolnan Tecnico Ta
Ofrece Estudio di Anochi;
Curso Ta Tuma Seis Luna

Ariba April 13, 14 y 15, lo ta po-
sible pa inscribi pa un curso acre-
dita na President
John F. Kennedy School of na School
Tecnico di San Nicolas. Ambos
schoolnan lo ta habri pa registracion
entre 6:30 p.m. y 8 p.m

ot
mechanical

car-

di seis luna, sea

E cursonan cu lo worde duna,
ta programa pa dura pa seis luna, lo
worde ofreci na Fis. 18
cu lo mester worde paga ora di re-
gistracion

Personanan interesa por worde in-
scribi pa cualkier di e siguiente cur-
sonan: Operacion di draaibank, pin-
tamento mechanical y teoria di ope-
racion draaibank, weldermento
electrico y weldermento acety-
leno, electricien, pintamento mechani-
cal y teoria di electricidad, carpinter,
pintamento mechanical y di
carpinteria, trabao di metsla, y pin-
tamento mecanical y teoria di metsla

cu

un costo di

di
eu

teoria

Building |

electric

April 11, 1964

Aplicacion Pa Beurs di Lago Disponible
April 15 y Mester Ta Debolbi Pa Juni 1

| Aplicacionnan pa ayudo di Lago Scholarship Foundation lo ta dis-
ponible April 15. E aplicacionnan, ambos nobo y renobacion, mester

ser debolbi pa Juni 1 pa e anja ese

olar 1964-65. Ayudo lo worde ofreci

| pa di ocho anja consecutivo, mientras e di promer tabata na Augustus
1957. Aplicantenan mester ta acepta pa schoolnan acredita. Nan mester
ee LCE

| entrega na Lago Scholarship Foun-
dation copia di nan lista di puntonan
di nan ultimo anja di school youn
formulario di aplicacion yena promer
}cu un ayudo pa beurs por worde
duna. Aplicacionnan por worde ob-
teni for di L. D. Dittle of R. A. Ni-
colaas di Training Division

Den seleccion di asistencia pa
| beurs, preferencia lo worde dund na
| tal aplicantenan kende nan curso di
} estudio contempla no ta disponible
|na Aruba. Tambe ta obheto di
Foundation pa asisti estudiantenan
kende nan estudio universitario lo
trece nan back den profesionnan cu
|ta sumamente necesario pa Aruba
pa desaroyo y ayudo di e comunidad.
E ayudonan lo worde duna en rela-
cion cu oportunidadnan
ariba e isla

e

e

di trabao
Estudiantenan cu ta si-
gui estudionan tecnologico engi-
nieria, quimica, biologia y estudio-
|nan pre-medical lo worde duna
preferencia ariba esnan cu tin plan
di desaroya abilidad y conocemento
pa cual tin bastante provision
Aruba. Ayudo pa verpleger of ver-
pleegster of pa maestro of maestra
no ta worde duna. Diploma pa cierto
ramo di estudio pa verpleegster of
maestro ta obtenible na Aruba

na

Estudios di

E estudiantenan cu ta contemplan-
do pa sigui estudionan tecnologico of
comercial na un Hogere Technische
School of un universidad mester tin
suficiente estudio mate-
matico y di
MULO B y
pa esaki

Actualmente, tin cuarenta y

tudiante di Lago Foundation Scho-
larship na Holanda, kende nan es.
tudionan ta varia for di quimica
analista quimico y enginieria te asis
tente bibliotecario. Tin binti estudi-
ante di Foundation na Estados
Unidos, cual diezcinco
ando enginieria, dos administracion
comercial, uno medicina y uno foto-
grafia

Matematico

basico den
sciencia. Estudionan
HBS B lo ta

necesario
s-

e

di ta studi-

Pa ser eligible, aplicantenan mes-
ter satis se uno di e siguiente cinco

Elias Fingal Selected
For Specialized Training
At New York Headquarters

Elias Fingal, Industrial Relations |

Department group head-benefit plans,
has been tapped for training
signment at Jersey headquarters in
New York. Mr. Fingal will spend
three months, beginning May 1, in
the parent company's benefits sec-
tion

Object of the training
vide Mr. Fingal with further
and awareness of the principles un
derlying Jersey's benefits thinking
and to gain increased understanding
as to how these principles are being
modified, adopted and applied to dif-
ferent situati that at the
various affiliates

While training,
Mr. Fingal will have the opportunity
to observe and sist in
different cases that involve payment
of benefits to employ

An added training will
with the recent changes and appli-
cations of U.S. Social Security legis-
lation the in which it
applies to overseas employees. An-
other of the objectives is to give Mr
Fingal the of gaining fur-
ther insight into the role played by
insurance companies as their actions
relate to the different Jersey
fit plans

While in York, Mr
will work directly with former Lago
employee Bob Ettensberger
rently benefits head

Mr

of Lago

a as-

is to pro-

insight

ns arise

under the special

a processing
es.

area deal

and manner

chance

bene-

New Fingal

cur-

Fingal has over eighteen years
service, having joined the
company in November, 1945, as a
Messenger B in the IR Department
Through a number of promotions he
attained his present last June
He

post

has had no break in service

dos |

condicionnan. Nan mester ta sea
empleado permanente di staff of re-
gular di Lago, of yiunan dependiente
y legalmente reconoci di empleado-
nan staff of regular, of di emplea-
donan di staff of regular of di pen-
sionistanan difunto, of di otro pen-
Sionistanan di staff of regular, of
| no-empleadonan naci na Antillas Ho-
landes of mayornan Antiliano kende
a ricibi mayoria di nan educacion na
Aruba, of, bao circumstancianan spe-
cial, un persona cu no ta cubri door
di e criterio di eligibilidad por aplica
pa consideracion pa un beurs.

E junta di Lago Scholarship Foun-
| dation ta consisti di F. W. Switzer,
| president; M. E. Fisk, B. T. Henri-
quez, F. H. Ritfeld, E. F. Welch, y
|L. D. Dittle, secretario.

E Comité Advisorio di Seleccion di
|e Lago Scholarship Foundation tin
| Sr. Dittle, Hefe di Lago Training
Division, como president. Miem-
bronan di e Comision ta N. P. Schin-
deler di Depto. Tecnico, K. E. Sprin-
|ger di Process Department, Frere
Bonifacius, P. J. Valk y R. Nicolaas

secretario.

JR. Proterra Ta Acepta
| Asignacion di Prestamo
Na Amuay, Cuminza Juli

J. R. Proterra, gerente di Departa-
| mento Mechanical di Lago, lo asumi
jun

su

posicion comparable na Refineria
| di Amuay di Creole ariba un asigna-

|cion di

prestamo di un anja cumin-
zando na Juli. E anuncio di e asig-
nacion di Sr. Proterra a
Maart 24

Sr, Proterra binti-cinco
anja di El tabata
gerente di Mechanical desde October
1961. Aunque mayoria di Sr. Pro-
terra su servicio ta den Depto. Mech-
anical, su empleo original tabata co-
mo un aprendiz operador den
Plant. Esaki tabata na Mei 1938. El
a haya pa Utilities «
anja y a haya promocion pa
tant Operator. Na Augustus

ser pa operador y
Foreman dos anja despues
1944 Sr. Proterra <
ser cambid pa Depto. Mechanical, na
unda el ¢ da. El a bira
ltant Zone Supervisor na Juni 1946,
ly General Foreman di Yard na
Maart 1949. Sr. Proterra a keda pro-
movi pa Assistant

worde haci

tin over

servicio na Lago

Gas
cambio mes
A ssis-
1941 el
promovi luego

Shift
Na September

pa

un Assis-

Division Superin-
tendent den Administracion Mechani-
na Februari 1956
promocion pa gerente di Mechanical
el a avanza pa Superintendente di
| Division na April 1957

Ademas di su tarea administrativo
jen Depto. Mechanical, Sr. Proterra
| tabata un miembro di e team

cal Promer cu su

nego-

bes di Lago pa un numero di anja

consecutivo.

de ta biba hunto cu su ruman hombe1
of ta
pania kende ta

COMISARIO

Continua di pagina 1
(e) Uu ruman muher sin casa ken-

muher cu empleado di Com-

sin casa, divorcia of

viudo of viuda y cual ruman muher

ta haci compras pa e familia
(f) Casonan special of excepcional

lo worde trata ariba un base indivi-

dual
(g) Excepcionnan por

ba individualmente

worde apro-
pa un miembro di
familia substituyente cu ta biba den
familia pa
di no

pero

e mes un
pa

luna
circumstancianan
dencia of si tal evidencia

entrega pa substancia cu

cumpramento
tres

bao

un duracion mas cu
solamente

tin

cada bez

cual

den evi-

worde
1 - No ta
cualifica
te (e) pa
dad of ausencia
di Aruba, y

2-E

yiunan

keda ningun kende

pa

bao e puntonan (b)
di

prolonga

desabili-
for

motibo

empleado/pensionista tin
of

diesdos anja cu ta biba perma-

legal reconoci bao

nentemente den su familia


April 11, 1964

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



RETIREMENT LUNCHEON honorin
left to right, W. A. Murray, R. E,
Di Murro, H. J. Richa



g William R. Coakley is attended by,
Boyack, Mrs. Muriel Coakley, B. S.
rdson and G. Janson.



Inspeccion di NFAR y Alky No. 2
Ta Igual cu Trabao di un Rompecabez

E terminologia "bahamento di planta’ ta uno familiar pa hopi em-



Turning Around Lago’s Mammoth NFAR and Alky No. 2 Units
Is an Excersise in Coordination of Giant Jigsaw Puzzle

The term "unit turnaround” is a
familiar one to many Lago employ-
ees who are in daily contact with
{much of the large refinery equip- |
ment. Much of this contact, however, |
is often on a partial and specialized |
basis, somewhat akin, perhaps, to |
individual pieces in a giant and com- |
plex jigsaw puzzle.

The NFAR and Alky No. units,
both down recently for turnarounds,
provided an opportunity to view the
| interrelationships of factors involved
in an undertaking of this size.

In the NFAR, originally construct-
ed in September, 1960, the furnaces
had a gravity wall constructed of in-
sulating firebrick. Over a period of
time, hot gases, particularly vana-
dium pentoxide, accelerated the de-
terioration of the walls and, ulti-
mately, parts of it collapsed. This
was the major reason for the turn-|
around at this time.

One measure of the hugeness of
the job is pointed out by noting that

2

the structure scheduled to come down
also functioned as a support for the
overhead condensers -
cools the gaseous materials proces-

sed in the tower and condenses them |

into such products as propane, bu-
tane and isobutane. The condensers
and accompanying piping required
relocation at ground level.

Along with the Lago work force,
members of the Chicago Bridge and
Iron Company, performed much of

the structural work needed on both |

units.

Much of the turnaround pre-work,
such as scaffolding, was performed
prior to the unit’s shut down and a
good deal still continues. The critical
work, of course, was done during the
shutdown. Over 25,000 manhours
were expended to accomplish the
mammoth task on the NFAR, with
the CBI force accounting for some
4500. Using a representative average
hourly wage, labor costs alone
amounted to over Fls. 70,000.

Materials Fls. 235,000

a unit that}

|tempted here, and it proved highly
| successful.
| With the greater durability prov-
ided by the new suspended wall fur-
nace, along with regular on-stream
| inspections, the unit is expected to
function from three to five years be-
fore another turnaround is required.

The Alky No. 2 turnaround re-
quired ten days, and a total of 19,000
manhours were expended to accom-
plish the task. The labor cost portion
amunted to Fls. 54,000. Cost of ma-
terials for the project was Fls. 140,000.
Again, much of the work was done
prior to and following shutdown.

Though down for a shorter period
than NFAR, the Alky No. 2 down-
time proved more critical and ex-
pensive since it wasn’t possible to
make similar switchovers as had
| been done with NFAR. In this case,
product losses were considerably
higher.

The successful combining of men
and materials to accomplish the feat
of turning around giant units such

leadonan di Lago cu ta den contacto diario cu hopi di e equiponan ; ‘ .
oan di Pegs Hopi di e contacto aki, sisembaeee, hort ea ta | L2so's ea unit, perhaps then nie:
ariba un base parcial y specializd, algo similar cu podiser e piezanan|®°st Tefinery furnace in this hemis-
Sa 2 ee dee LA wt sees ss | phere, required six week just to erect
individual den un figura gigantesco di rompecabez. | hive deat foldinte warnta ines cticen (eee

as NFAR and Alky No. 2 are neces-
sary at any refinery whether it be
Lago or a counterpart on the other
side of the globe. Performance of



| The material costs for bricks, steel,
| insulation, approached Fls. 235,000.
|The new suspended wall required

E plantanan di NFAR y Alky No.
2, cu ambos a baha recientemente pa
a duna un oportunidad
pa mira e inter-relacion di factornan
involvi den un trabao di e tamanjo
aki

E planta NFAR, cu originalmente |
tabata construi na September 1960,
tabatin un forno cu un muraya con-
strui di piedra pa wanta candela co-
mo insulador, Over un periodo di tem-
po, gasnan cayente, particular
vanadium pentoxide, a danja e mu-
raya hopi y ultimamente algun parti
a cay. Esaki tabata e motibo princi-
pal pa e reparacion na e tempo aki

inspeccion,

en

Un manera di midi con grandi e
trabao ta, ta worde munstra ora
hende no ta cu e planta NFAR di

Lago, cual podiser tin e forno mas
grandi di tur refineria den e hemis-
ferio, tabatin mester di seis siman
solamente pa traha stelashi. Esaki a |
worde yama uno di e trabao di ste- |
lashi di mas grandi cu nunca antes |

tabatin den refineria.
Reparacion Grandi

Na planta Alky No. 2, e estructura
rond di e tower-nan, e plataforma-
nan di staal, trapinan y otro medio-
nan pa yega na e tower-nan tabatin |
ster di reparacion grandi. Un cal-
cion di e costo involvi pa e con-
siderable trabao necesario den tal
caso, a duna un motibo fuerte pa
tumba abao por completo tur e es-
tructuranan di e tower mas ariba cu
e promer plataforma y pa traha nan
di nobo,

Un problema cu a presenta tabata
cu e estructura cu mester a worde
tumba tambe tabata sirbi como un
awanta pa un condenser mas ariba —
cual ta un unidad cu ta fria e ma-
terialnan den forma di gas cu ta ri-
cibi un proceso den e tower y ta con-
densa nan den tal productonan ma-
nera propano, butano y isobutano.
E condensernan y tuberia acompan-
jante mester a ser cambia di lugar
na nivel di tera.

Hunto cu e trahadornan di Lago,
miembronan di Chicago Bridge and
Iron Co. a traha hopi di e trabao
structural necesario pa ambos uni-
dadnan.

Hopi di e trabao promer cu e re-
paracion, manera stelashi, a worde
poni promer cu e plantanan a baha
y un cantidad di e trabao aki ta si-
gui ainda. E trabao mas critico, na-
turalmente, a worde haci durante cu

NEW ARRIVALS

February 23









GIEL, Bruno - Lago Commissary; A
daughter, Regina Jacenta |
February 24 |
ARRINDELL, Granville L, - Machinist; A
daughter, Jessica Miranda
W , Levie B. - Comptroller; A daugh-
Louella Camila
February 27
ALBERTSZ, Rosindo - Medical; A son,
Kenneth Gregory



February 28
Van Der Biezen, Juan - C&LE; A son,
Walter Marlon





February 29
E, Dominico - Metal Craft; A son,
o Rosendo
Louis - Acid & Edel; A
, Christine Bernadette
. Miguel A. - Yard; A son, En-



figuel

|inspeccionnan durante operacion,

e planta tabata fuera di operacion.
En total, como 25,000 ora di trabao
a worde usa pa logra e trabao gigan-
tesco ariba NFAR, mientras e traha-
dornan di Chicago Bridge a traha|
4500 ora di e total ey. Usando un
promedio representativo di sueldo|
pa ora, e costo di trahadornan sol ta
suma over di Fls. 70,000. |





ml

E costo di material pa _ blokki,
staal, insulacion, ete. ta acerca
Fis. 235,000. E muraya di un sistema

nobo, por ehempel, tabatin mester di |
60,000 blokki di 15 te 18 duim largo. |
Si pone nan un tras di otro, nan lo
cubri un largura di mas cu diezcuater |
milla, Un prueba di esaki ta cu 309}
caha di cuatro pia cuadra a ser usd|
pa embarca e blokkinan pa Aruba.

Generalmente, uno di e factornan |
mas grandi di costo durante e repa-
racion ta e "tempo cu e planta ta|
abao”. Den e caso di NFAR, sinem-
bargo, e planta di LEAR tabata ca-|
paz pa tuma over hopi di e trabao di |
refinacion. Esaki tabata di promer |
bez cu un adaptacion di e clase aki
ser purba aki y el a proba di tabata
sumamente excitoso.

Awor cu un duracion mas grandi|
di operacion ta asegurd door di e
muraya nobo den e forno, hunto cu
e
planta ta worde sperd di por traha
entre tres te cinco anja promer cu

|un otro turno di reparacion ta nece-

sario.
E reparacion na Alky No. 2 a tuma

|diez dia y un total di 19,000 ora di

trabao a worde usa pa haci e tarea. |
E costo di trahador a suma na mas |
o menos Fils. 54,000. Costo di ma-|



| terial pa e proyecto ey a yega Fis.

140,000. Aki tambe, hopi di e trabao
a worde haci promer y despues cu |
a baha e planta.

Aunque e planta aki tabata abao |
pa un periods di tempo mas cortico
cu NFAR, e periodo cu Alky No. 2
tabata fuera di operacion a proba di |
tabata mas critico y mas costoso, |
como no tabata posible pa haci en- |
trecambio similar manera a ser haci
cu NFAR. Den e caso aki, e perdida
di producto, pasobra no tabatin otro
planta pa trahé, tabata hopi halto.

E combinacion cu exito di traha-
dornan y materialnan pa logra e ta-
rea aki di turno di reparacion na
plantanan grandi manera NFAR y
Alky No. 2 ta necesario na cualkier
refineria, sea cu esaki ta na Lago of
na un otro refineria na otro parti di
globo. Cumplimento di e tareanan aki
den un manera eficiente, correcto y
rapido al fin ta indica e posicion re-
lativo di e grupo den e mercadonan
mundial di petroleo cu ta sumamente
competitivo.

Reparacionnan di plantanan ta en-
berdad manera un figura gigantesco
di rompecabez cu no solamente mes-
ter di completo coordinacion, pero
mester worde cumpli den tal forma
pa e no bai for di paso cu e resto di
e industria — cual ta move continua-
mente adilanti pa mayor eficiencia y
produccion,



ed one of the biggest scaffolding
‘feats at this refinery.

At Alky No. 2, the structure sur-
rounding the towers, the steel plat-
forms, stairways and other means of
access to the towers were in need of
major repairs. An estimate of the
costs involved for the considerable
work necessary in that case provid-
ed an incentive to completely tear
down all the tower structures above
the first platform and rebuild them.

One problem that arose was that

Jersey First Oil Company
That Offered Road Maps
To Encourage Use of Fuels

The first modern-type road map
offered to motorists by an oil com-
pany was a map of New Jersey. It
was mailed to every auto owner in
the Garden State in 1923 by the
Standard Oil Company of New Jer-
sey.

The first map was made by Otto
Lindberg, founder of General Draft-
ing, Inc. He still makes maps for
Humble Oil & Refining Company. It
was the forerunner of more than 345
million road maps which have been
distributed by Humble and its affili-
ated companies over the past forty
years.

The map was revoluntionary in its
| innovations. For the first time in
map-making history, Mr. Lindberg |
had undertaken to classify all roads. |
He used colored ink to identify first- |
class roads and distinguished through
routes and other roads. He set the|
names of towns in different sizes to
indicate their relative size and he
included numerous items of inform-
ation to help the motorist.

New Roads

Among the items Mr. Lindberg in-
cluded on the New Jersey map was
the dotted-line indication of new
roads under construction. It wasn’t
long before people began writing in
to ask if certain of these roads had
been completed. Other questions and
requests for information, all stimula-
ted by the map, also appeared in the
mail. As best they could, Mr. Lind-
berg and his staff attempted to ans-
wer each inquiry. Eventually, out of |
this informal information service |
evolved today’s Humble Touring
Service.

The most important feature of
this first map was that it was highly
accurate and easy to read.

Oil companies offer free road maps
and travel information to the mot-
oring public to encourage more auto-
mobile travel and greater consump-
| tion of motor fuels and lubricants.
Do they succeed?

Humble’s map-makers have count-
less examples to prove that they do.
They once added an obscure and
little-known shrine as a point of in-
terest on one of the state maps. The
shrine was at the end of a dead-end



some 60,000 bricks of fifteen to eight-
een inches in length. Set end to end,
the bricks would extend more than
fourteen miles. Three hundred and
nine four-foot-square crates were
needed to ship the bricks to Aruba.

Ordinarily, one of the large cost
factors during the turnaround in-
volves "'downtime”. In the case of
NFAR, however, the LEAR unit was
able to take up much of the proces-
sing slack. This was the first time
an adaptation of this kind was at-

these tasks in an efficient, correct
and rapid manner ultimately show
up as that group’s relative position
in the world’s highly competitive pe-
troleum markets.

Unit turnarounds are indeed a
giant jigsaw that must not only be
fully coordinated, but must be per-
formed in a way so as to not fall out
of step with the rest of the industry
— which continually moves ahead
toward greater efficiency and pro-
duction.



Reunionnan den Frialdad di Holanda
Por Enhancha ‘Clima’ Cultural di Aruba

Entre e frialdad, nieve y nublina di un invierno tipicamente Holan-
des, miembronan di Conseho Advisorio pa Colaboracion Cultural entre

e Partinan di Reinado Holandes a

reuni na Holanda recientemente y e

resultadonan di nan esfuerzo por muy bien mehora e clima cultural di

Aruba.

J. H. Beaujon di Departamento di
Relaciones Industrial, kende tambe
ta president di Centro Cultural di
Aruba, a tuma parti den e delibera-
cionnan como uno di e tres miembro-
nan di Antillas y ariba su regreso
tabata entusiastico tocante e pro-
greso logra na e reunionnan.

Mientras na Holanda, Sr. Beaujon
tambe a tene discusion cu Dr. M. D.
Thijs, Secretario di Sticusa, y a pidi
pa beurs adicional worde poni dis-
ponible pa hobennan Arubano. Ac-
tualmente tin tres Arubiano ta stu-
diando na Holanda cu un ayudo di
beurs di Sticusa.

Como parti di e actividadnan di e
Conseho Advisorio, Sr. Beaujon a
participa den viahenan na _ varios
provincia di Holanda, manera Fries-
land, cual ta uno di e provincianan
mas bieuw di Holanda. Na Friesland
e grupo a bishita Bolsward, un ciu-
dad forma segun un alianza bieuw.

Ariba un viahe pa Noord Holland,
e grupo a bishita e Museo di Zuider-
zee na Enkhuizen, cual ta un museo
marino di gran fama.

Na Limburg nan a bishita e capi-
tal Maastricht y e Burgemeester a
hiba nan ariba un paseo den Nee
Cannes, un kasteel reconstrui cual
awor ta worde us4 como un restau-
rant. Uno di e ideanan basico cu a
worde treci padilanti den tur e reu-
nionnan tabata cu lugarnan histo-

rico mester worde restora y mester |

busca un uso pa nan envez di sola-
mente instala un plaquette y despues
laga e lugar historico of monumento
atrobe keda descaido. Combinacion-
nan comercial, manera restaurant-
nan, tabata proyectonan cu a haya
acogida favorable.

Un trabao grandi di restoracion cu

cual Sr. Beaujon a cerra conoci na}



road and had never attracted many
visitors. In the first year after it
appeared on the map, so many mo-
torists turned off to visit it that the
caretaker couldn’t handle the situa-
tion. He asked the map-makers to
leave his shrine off the map the next
time, and they did.

Maastricht tabata e Basilico, un mi-
sa bieuw cu a worde renoba comple-
tamente y a worde poni atrobe na
uso. Durante e renobacion, varios
trabaonan grandi di arte cu tabata
cubri pa verf of pleister a sali na
claridad. E misa, asina a worde des-
cubri, tambe ta posee uno di e or-
gelnan mas bieuw di Holanda y esaki
tambe a worde drecha — door di e
mes firma cu a traha e orgel di e
Misa Protestant di Oranjestad.

Arma cu varios ideanan cu a surgi
for di e intercambio cu otro miem-
bronan di Reinado, Sr. Beaujon tin
speranza cu un programa grandi di
restoracion di monumento por ser or-
ganiz4 na Aruba. Den e coneccion ey,
el a nota cu Centro Cultural lo
spera un cooperacion intimo cu e
organizacion Aruba Nostra reciente-
mente forma, particularmente tocan-
| te cuido y percuracion pa edificionan
| bieuw y monumentonan.

Diesdos A Ricibi Oloshi
Di Oro en Reconocimento
Di Cuarto Siglo di Empleo

Diesdos empleado a drenta fila di
e categoria di 25 anja di servicio e
luna aki, Nan cuarto siglo di empleo
a worde reconoci na ceremonianan
na Centro di Recepcion durante cual
nan a worde presenta oloshinan di
oro door di Director F. W. Switzer.

E diesdos recipientenan aki a au-
menta e cantidad di empleadonan cu
25 anja di servicio na 1424.

Esnan honré na e ceremonianan
April 1 tabata R. A. Jong, di Utili-
ties; y A. Lambertus y C. M. Becker
di Light Oils Finishing. C. A. Na-
loop di Departamento di Marina di
Equipo Flotante tambe a ricibi un
oloshi di binti cinco anja di servicio.

Ocho di Departamento Mechanical
a keda honrd. Nan tabata: J. Fran-
ken, F. Henriquez y R. E. Bryson di
Seccion di Metal; R. H. Vint Jr. di
Storehouse; J. Ridderstap di Servi-
| cio pa Edificionan; y A. M. Arends,
W. A. Amzand y L. L. McGrew di
Seccion di Equipo.




SLOP OIL and water are dumped in primary separator, left, and as oil is skimmed off top,
it flows back into tankage. Skimmer in secondary
bypasses the primary unit. Tertiary separator, right, is floating oil boom that channels oil

back t

Den mundo petrolero di awendia

Den mundo petrolero di awendia

0 secondary separator.

cu ta sumamente mecaniza y inten-

separator, center, picks up flow which

cu ta sumamente mecaniza y inten- | tancia, ta sirbi tanto como un re-|
|

samente competitivo, e medida di

conocemento di e rectitud demonstra

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

April 11, 1964

AZETA SUSHI y awa ta worde manda pa e separador primario, robez, y mientras azeia ta
worde recogi for di e parti mas ariba, el ta ser manda back pa tankinan. Un espumador den
separador secundario, centro, ta recoge loke ta pasa bai for di e unidad primario. Di tercer

separador, drechi, ta un aparato flotante cu ta manda e azeta pa e separador secundario

Oil Conservation Is Important Factor In Efficient Refinery Operation

Lago Ta Recoge 40,000 Baril Pa Luna Lago ‘Slop Systems’ Recover 40,000 Barrels Monthly,
Pero 4500 Baril Adicional Perdi Pa Dia But Additional 4500 Barrels Are Lost Every Day

In today’s highly mechanized and keenly competitive oil industry,
samente competitivo, e medida di operacion di un organizacion mester|the measure of an organization’s operation must be taken in relation
worde tuma en relaccion cu su abilidad pa evita y rebaha gastamento. | to its ability to avoid or lessen waste. Essentially, the refinery that can
Esencialmente, e refineria cu por ta mas cerca di saka un baril di pro- | most nearly obtain a barrel of product from a barrel of crude will en-
ducto for di un baril di crudo lo ricibi un ventaha di prijs di mercado | joy a market price advantage when competing against refineries with

a higher loss factor.
Oil conservation, therefore,
tally important to a refinery's ability

is vi-

operacion di un organizacion mester | door di empleadonan di Lago y en| to compete successfully on a world-

worde tuma en relaccion cu su abili-
dad pa evita y rebaha gastamento.
Esencialmente, e refineria cu por ta
mas cerca di saka un baril di pro-
ducto for di un baril di crudo lo ri-
cibi un ventaha di prijs di mercado

general como un recordatorio cu un
trabao hopi mas grandi ainda ta ke-
da adilanti cu loke a keda logra caba

wide basis
For Lago, this factor takes
even greater importance as a result

on

Actualmente, como 40,000 bavil pa | of its unusual position in the petro-

luna ta worde haya back door di un
numero di metodo y aparatonan. Den

unusual because on
neither oil

leum industry

Aruba there is nor a

ora el ta competi contra refineria-| menos cu un anja, tin bastante pe-|jarge oil market, and before the first

NETWORK OF sewers picks up
oil and water discharges at differ-
ent units and channels them into
the slop oil system. If valves aren’t
closed properly, overloading of the
separators may occur or there may
be a loss due to evaporation.
UN SISTEMA di riool ta recoge
azeta y awa cu ta bai for di varios
planta y ta dirigi nan pa un siste-
ma di recoge azeta sushi. Si e
valve-nan no ta cerra bon, e sepa-
rador por bai over of por tin per-
dida door di evaporacion.

nan cu tin un factor mas halto di
perdida.

Conservacion di azeta, pesey, ta
vitalmente importante na e abilidad
di un refineria pa competi cu exito
ariba un base mundial.

Pa Lago, e factor aki ta haya un
importancia ainda mas grandi como
resultado di su posicion excepcional
den industria petrolero excepcio-
nal pasobra ariba Aruba no tin ni
azeta ni un mercado grandi pa azeta
y promer cu e promer gota di crudo
ta drenta un planta di refinacion, nos
por ta sigur cu el a costa mas placa
pa transporta e petroleo pa Lago cu
un refineria similar cu tin fuente di
petroleo mas cerca.

Den e sentido aki, e esfuerzonan
pa conservacion di petroleo ta hay
nificacion mas grandi y mas pers
pectiva.

Conocemento com esaki ta worde
haci y particularmente te na ki dis-

troleo recobra pa yega e cantidad di
| produccion total di 440,000 baril pa
| un dia.

Pa medio di un sistema di riool,
hopi di e petroleo cu ta bai perdi na
}e plantanan ta worde hiba pa un se-

parador primario, un sistema di ocho | 5);

lugarnan grandi, utilizando dos prin-
cipionan basico, esta cu azeta y awa
no ta mescla y cu azeta ta mas liher
cu awa.

drop of crude enters a processing

unit, it has cost more money to

transport the oil to Lago than to a

similar refinery with adjacent oil

resources.

In this light,
conservation

the efforts toward
take on greater

| meaning and perspective

Knowledge of how this is done and
particularly to what extent,
both as an acknowledgement of the

serve

E petroleo “sushi” kai ta corre bai| conscientiousness displayed by Lago
den e separador primario na unda employees and on the whole as a

awa tambe ta bai, asina cu e azeta ta

| keda ariba. Un pomp ta manda €| mains ahead that what has

| parti mas ariba pa tankinan. Tanki-
nan 409-410-411 ta ser usa pa e ob-
heto aki.
Manera

e separador

tur otro cos, sinembargo,
primario tin solamente

cierto capacidad y ora su capacidad | covered to equal one day’s
yega manera ta socede hopi bez, €! parrels

awa y azeta di mas ta bai over ma-

nera un waterval. E salida pa e awa

tambe ta sirbi pa laga e awa bai
(Continua na pagina 5)

DEFECTIVE PACKING glands or
defective bleeder valves will cause
leaks such as depicted. Often, as a
result of negligence, a valve will
not be closed properly and oil loss
occurs.

ADURA DEFECTIVO
of yalve-nan botador defectivo lo
causa leknan manera ta_ilustra.
Hopi bez, como resultado di negli-
gencia, un valve no ta ser cerra

bon y a ta bai perdi.

EMPAQU

| oil to rise to the surfs

| The

reminder that a far larger job re-
already
be accomplished

Presently, about 40,000 barrels a
month are recovered through a num-
ber of methods and devices. In less
than a year, there is enough oil re-
440,000
- throughput.

By way of a network of
much of the oil at the units is
channeled to the primary separator,
an arrangement of eight large bays
utilizing two basic principles, nam-
ely that and water don’t mix
and that the oil is lighter of the two

This "slop” oil flows to the pri-
mary separator unit where water al-
so flows into the bays, causing the

-e, A skimmer-
pump combination sends it back into
tankage. Tanks 409-10-11 are
for this purpose.

Like anything else, however, the
primary separator has certain capa-
cities and when are
reached, as they so often are, there
is a waterfall that serves as an out-
let for both water oil
water outlet serves the
function of letting thin film of
water flow off, continually providing
slight movement in the
which allows the oil to float to the
top where the skimmer can
it. When the outlet is overloaded,
both oil and water overflow in large
quantities and these then enter the
secondary Some of the
lighter as gasoline
may be lost at this point as a result
of evaporation

In the secondary both
oil and water are in a large pond Al
pan skimmer floats top, |
channeling the oil into an attached |
suction pump and sends it flowing |
back to the tanks. Overloading at |
stage, too, certain |

sewers,

lost

oil

used

these points

excess and
also
a

A pools,

remove

separator

products such

separator,
across the
causes

this a

amount of spill and another arran-
gement, the tertiary unit, attempts
to take up the slack

The tertiary unit floating oil
boom, filled with air that
designed to collect oil that bypas
the secondary separator. The hose,
attached to both of a bank,
channels the top layers of oil along
its surface to eductor
floating skimmer. A pump operating
on the siphon principle then pumps
the oil back into the secondary sepa-
rator. The three units are commonly
referred to as the slop oil system

Oil is often lost way of spills
at the unit. In these cases, Mag-Kem
trucks are dispatched to the
of the spill. Equipped with large va-
cuum pumps, the familiar blue trucks
literally suck up the oil
and then deliver it to the separation
units,

As a result of
tanks and sewers, certain quantities
of oil seep into the ground. In order
to recover of this
possible, some twelve wells have been
drilled into the ground down to the
water table. Oil that seeps into the
ground gravitates down to this

is a

a hose is

Ss
sides

a water or

scene
splashing

leaks in pipelines.

as much loss as

Si ee
TANKS HAVE some three to five
inches of water to protect against
undiscovered leaks. Water is drain-
ed off before fuel is loaded. At rate
of flow indicated in photo, some
Fls. 542 an hour would be lost if
the tank held aviation fuel.
TANKINAN TIN como tres te cin-
co duim di awa pa proteccion con-
tra leknan ser descubri. E
awa ta ser saka promer cu e azeta
worde carga door di bapornan. Na
razon di e flujo indica den e por-
tret, como Fls. 542 pa ora lo bai
perdi si e tanki tabata contene
combustible di aviacion.

cu no

WATER
a thin flow

OUTLET
of
provide a

or weir allows
water
slight

the primary separator. This allows

over its edge

to movement in
oil to float to the top where it can
be skimmed off.
BOTADERA DI awa ta permiti un
poco awa bai over na rand pa duna
un
dor
azeta

movemento leve den e

Esaki

ariba

separa-
ta haci

unda el

primario.
ta

cue

bin na por

ser recogi.

water table or |
ed at different

gather

vel

strategic

ind pumps plac-
points will
this up and send it back into
system

oil
tive

the

slop oil

To combat in tar be-
leakin
five
the

a leak,

losses

cause defe tank

of and
three to

at

inches
tank's
vater

ms, some

of water are placed
bottom
will

discovering

In the event of

providing time for

first, |
the leak
responsibility

seep

for
with
Committee

oil
the

General re-
ut
Conservation
up
Technical

covery Lago rests Oil

made of
the
Accounting
It is the
vey and
They al
dations for

Theirs is the
but the

specific

representatives
Mechanical, Pr
ind Marine Departments

job to
hful ¢

committee sur-

oil

ymmen-

keep ate > on

losses initiate re
measures
onsibility

with

correctiy
gener
ultimate
oblig
individual L
only
ward

and ¢

moré ation rests
the

must

« who
with

efficiency

emp)

not pace each
greate1

but

stride to’
the

ahead of

made by industry must re-

on
pe

der-

his counterpart
globe

view

main

who
of oil
window
40,000
recovered. It
idditional

another point on the

haps might have a
ricks from his bedroor
It

barrels a

estimated that some

month

is
are is
that

lost daily

also estimated an
4500 barrels

It is
of

almost

ure
acknowledged that for a por-
that daily

an

tion loss, recovery is

impossibility se are

Continued on page 5




April 11, 1964

Archaeological Efforts Produce Windows
That View the Island’s Past History

There was a time not too many years ago when playful children
were continually unearthing pottery and other remains of civilizations
and early inhabitants of Aruba. This was a common occurence and not
too much was thought about the findings since they were so readily

available.



Today, the outlook is somewhat
different and the lues to the is-
land's heritage which are offered by
these artifacts are subjects of both
conversation and examination

One evidence is the recent form-
ation of the Aruba Nostra and its

efforts toward collecting relics with

the hope of ultimately placing them



in a permanent museum

The recent discovery at the Santa
Cruz cemetery has been traced to a
group that inhabited the area prior
to 1400. The Arawaks, as they were
known, were to be found primarily
in the areas of Santa Cruz, Sava-
neta, Tanki Flip and Tanki Leendert

The discovery of two pots, one
large and one small is believed to
be the burial place of a mother and
child, according to a Santa Cruz
school teacher

It is also believed that the prob-
able homeland of the Arawaks was

the Paraguana Penninsula since most

of the pottery styles are quite simi-
lar to those that have been located
in Venezuela in recent years. This

general design pattern is called the
Dabajuro style
Santa Cruz area has been the most

fertile location thus far for these
artifacts and when the school was
built there literally hundreds were

unearthed
Still, archaeological and geological
efforts in Aruba are in the develop-

mental stage and many questions
remain unanswered. Questions, for
example, still surround the huge



rocks which are found only at certain
locations on the island

One interesting aspect is that many
constantly
he

considered

are dis-
the

sand

of these rocks
integrating
that Aruba
cellent for

Different
what an

and result s been



is ex-
construction purposes

ideas have been offered
Aruba historical mu-
seum would like. One of the
prevalent in this type of
rangement these days is for a pana-
where each room

for
look
ideas ar-
ramic approach
would depict a distinct period in the
island's development. This might be
in contrast to another type which
would place all pottery in one room,
all another and clothing
in

utensils in
still another

CONSERVATION
(Continued from page 4)

to such factors
Considerably
upwards of 7000 barrels each
which could be re-
and are the results of com-
binations of factors. These are fac-
tors, often involving
which could be disposed of by ever
increasing awareness of the critical
nature of such losses and a greater
consciousness of Lago’s unusual po-
sition in the petroleum industry

The phrase '’Stop Oil Loss” might
well considered Lago's personal
challenge by the rest of the pet-
roleum world

due
poration

half,
day,
covered

losses as eva-

more than

are losses





carelessness,





be



Croes y Peters a Ricibi
Promocion April 1 den

‘Building, Services Seccion

Daniel V. Croes y Louis N. Peters,
ambos di Seccion di Edificio y Ser-
vicio di Departamento Mechanical, a
haya promocion April 1. Sr. Croes,
un empleado di 18 anja di servicio, a
avanza pa e posicion di Transporta-
tion Planner. Sr. Peters, tin
over di binti anja di servicio cu com-
pania, a ser promovi pa Foreman

kende

Croes su emple cuminza na
19 un Aprendiz
Mechanical D den Personal. Dos an-
ja 1 a haya transfer pa
Mechanical-Garage como un Senior
Apprentice D. El a avanza pa Garage
Helper y despues a subi den e rango-
nan di Corporal y a bira un Despat-
cher di Equipo den Mechanical-C
age na September 1955. El
promovi pa Foreman den Mechanicé
Yard na Juli 1961, e posicion cual el)
a ocupa na tempo di su promocion di
April 1. Den diesocho anja, Sr. Croes
a haya diescuater promocion



Sr
5 como

September





despues







a



Sr. Peters su di diestres promocion
a hacie’le Foreman den di
Edificio y Servicio. Promer cu e pro- |
mocion e tabata un Dispatcher
di Equipo den Mechanical-Transpor-

Seccion




el



tation, e posicion pa cual el haya
promocion na Juli 1961. Su servicio
na Lago a cuminzé na Juni 1943 |
como un Messenger B. El a avanza |
door di e posicionnan di messenger, |
Apprentice Typist y Apprentice
Clerk, y na Mei 1950, el a worde haci
un Shop Clerk I den Mechanical-

Garage

Twelve Presented Gold |
Watches Marking Quarter,
Century of Lago Employ:

Twelve employees joined the twen-
ty-five-year service ranks this month
of a century employ-

was acknowledged at

Their quarter
ceremo-
during

ment
nies at the Reception Center

which they were presented gold
watches by Director F. W. Switzer
The twelve recipients increased

the number of Lago twenty-five-year
employees to 1424

Honored at the April 1 ceremonies
were R. A. Jong, Utilities, and A.
Lambertus C. M. Becker of}
Light Oils Finishing. C. A. Naloop
of the Marine Department's Floating |

and

Equipment received a twenty-five-
year watch

Eight from the Mechanical De-|
partment were honored. They were |

J. Franken, Henriquez and R. E.
Bryson of the Metals Section, R. H
Vint, Jr. of the J. Rid-
derstap of Building Services, and A.
M. Arends, W. A. Amzand and L. L.
McGrew of the Equipment Section

F

Storehouse







GUESTS JOINING W. Roy Constable at his retirement luncheon
, Mrs. W. R. Constable, H. H. Garig and Mrs, L.

H. Brown III, L. Wis



are J.

Wise.

| gico

ARUBA ESSO NEWS





Archeologico Ta Duna un
Bista Ariba Historia
Pasado di Isla di Aruba

Tabatin un tempo no mucho an-| }

ja pasa cu muchanan jugeton ta-
bata continuamente sacando weya
y otro restonan di civilizacionnan
y inhabitantenan antiguo di Aruba
ariba tera. Esaki tabata algo comun
y no mucho atencion tabata ser duna
na e descubrimentonan aki como cu
nan tabata ser haya facilmente



Awendia, e prospecto ta un poco

diferente y e indicacionnan cu e ar-
tefactonan ta ofrece na e pasado di
e isla ta ambos topico di conversa-

cion como examinacion

Aruba Nostra

Un evidencia, naturalmente, ta e
reciente formacion di Aruba Nostra
y nan esfuerzonan pa colecta e res-
tonan aki den speranza di pone nan
al fin den 20 permanente

E_ reciente cubrimento na
Santana di Santa Cruz indica



un mus
cS

cu



des
a
biba den e lugar ey banda promer cu
anja 1400. E Idiannan Arawak, ma-
nera nan ta conoci, tabata ser hayé
principalmente den e bicindario di
Santa Cruz, Savaneta, Tanki Flip y
Tanki Leendert.

E descubrimento di e dos weyanan,



un grandi y un chikito, segun ta
worde pensa, ta indica e lugar na

unda un mama y yiu a worde dera,
segun opinion di un maestro di
school di Santa Cruz.

Tambe ta ser pensaé cu e tera natal
di e Awaraknan ta Peninsula di Pa-
raguana, como mayoria di e estilo di
nan ta hopi similar na esnan
cu a worde encontra na Venezuela
den anjanan reciente. E disenjo gen-
eral y forma ta ser yama estilo Da-
bajuro

Santa Cruz ta e lugar mas frecu-
ente na unda te awor e artefactonan
aki worde haya y tempo
school a ser trahd aya, casi cien di

e we



a cu e
nan a worde saka

Sinembargo, esfuerzonan archeolo-
na Aruba ainda ta den
tado di desaroyo y hopi pregunta ta
keda sin contesta tocante obhetonan
ecu cual tin contacto tur dia
Hopi preguntanan, por ehempel, ain-
da ta existi tocante e piedranan
grandi cu ta worde haya solamente
na cierto lugarnan ariba e isla.

Un aspecto interesante ta cu hopi
di piedranan ta desintegra con-
stantemente y e resultado tabata cu
Aruba su santo ta ser considera ex-
celente pa construccion pa motibo di
halto di partinan di

un es-

nos

e

su contenido
piedra
Diferente ideanan a worde presen-
ta tocante com un museo
pa Aruba lo mester ta. Uno di
ideanan prevalente awendia tocante

}e clase di arreglamento ta un siste-

ma panoramico den cual cada sala

}lo ilustra un periodo distinio den e

desaroyo di e Esaki ta un



sla. por

| contraste cu un otro tipo, den cual
| por pone, por ehempel, tur weya den

un sala, tur utencillios den un otro,

}y podiser panja den un otro sala
Schedule of Paydays
Semi-Monthly
j April 1-15 Thursday, April 23

Monthly

April 1-30 Monday, May 11



historico
e

|

these findings are helping to answer questions about the island’s

RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL dis







i

covery



is
believed to hold the remains of a mother and child. More and more of

in Santa Cruz cemetery

early

history and its inhabitants.
RECIENTE DESCUBRIMENTO archeologico den Santana di Santa Cruz,
segun ta worde keri, ta contene e restonan di un mama y yiu. Mas y mas
nan ta origina di un grupo cu tabata!| di tal descubrimentonan ta yuda pa contesta preguntanan tocante e his-
toria antiguo die isla y su habitantenan.





Conservacion

(Continua di pagina 4)
over poco-poco continuamente, cau-
sando asina un
e baki cual en turno ta haci e azeta
bin drief ariba awa, na unda el ta
worde saka door di e pomp. Ora e
lugar di basha over ta haya un can-
tidad demasiado, azeta y awa ta
bai over den cantidad grandi y esaki-
nan ta bai anto den e separador se-
cundario. Sinembargo, algun di e
productonan mas lihe manera gaso-
lin podiser ta bai perdi na e punto
aki resultado di evaporacion.

Den e separador secundario, am-
bos azeta y awa ta bai den un plas
grandi. Un recogedor di azeta ta
flota ariba e mescla, hibando e azeta
na un pomp cual ta mandé back pa
e tankinan. Ora e lugar aki tambe
bai over, esaki tambe ta causa cu un
cierto cantidad ta bai perdi, y pa
esaki tin un tercer baki pa trata pa
recoge loke plama afor.

E tercer unidad aki ta un hose flo-
tante yena cu aire pa azeta
cu ta pasa over di e separador se-
cundario. E hose, cu ta marra
ambos banda di e baki, ta hiba e
capa mas ariba di azeta pa un ex-
traedor di awa of espumador flotan-
te. Un pomp cu ta opera mescos cu

ie

como







recoge

un sifoon despues ta pomp e azeta |

back pa e separador secundario. E
tres unidadnan generalmente ta wor-
de referi sistema di azeta
sushi.

Azeta ta bai perdi door di drama-
mento na e plantanan. Den e caso-
nan aki, Mag-Kem su trucknan ta
worde manda pa e sitio cu e azeta a
drama. Nan ta equipa cu pompnan
vacuum grandi ariba e trucknan fa-
miliar blauw y nan ta chupa e azeta
cu a basha abao y despues ta entre-
ge’le pa e unidadnan di separacion

Como resultado di lek den tuberia,
tankinan y rioolnan un cierto canti-
dad di azeta ta penetra den tera. Pa
recobra mas tanto di e perdida di
azeta aki, tin como diesdos poos cu
a worde coba den tera te na awa.
Azeta cu ta bai den tera ta sigui bai
te na e nivel di e awa aki y pomp-
nan instala na diferente lugarnan
strategico lo saka e azeta aki y man-

como e

movemento leve den |

na |

|de'le back pa e sistema di recoge
azeta sushi.

Pa combati perdida di azeta den
tankinan pa motibo di defecto of lek
den bom di tankinan, como tres te
cinco duim di awa ta worde poni den
e bom di e tanki. Den caso di un lek,
e awa lo sali promer, locual ta duna
tempo pa haya e lek.

Responsabilidad general pa
bramento di azeta na Lago ta den
man di e comision di conservacion di
azeta, un grupo cu ta consisti di re-
presentantenan di Departamentonan
Tecnico, Mechanical, Proce: Ac-
counting y Marina. Nan trabao ta pa
haci un estudio y tene un bista cui-
dadoso ariba perdida di azeta. Nan
tambe ta duna recomendacionnan pa
medidanan correctivo

Nan responsabilidad ta general,
pero e obligacion final y sumamente
mas specifico ta keda den man di
cada empleado individual di Lago
kende, mester worde admiti, no sola-
mente mester tene paso cu cada es-
fuerzo pa mayor eficiencia haci door
di e industria, pero mester keda adi-
lanti di su contraparte na otro pun-
to di globo, cu podiser por ta mira
e maquina di saka petroleo for di
bentana di su kamber.

Ta ser calculé cu mas o menos
40,000 baril pa luna ta worde reco-
bra. Tambe ta ser calcula cu un 4500
baril adicional ta bai perdi tur dia.

Ta ser reconoci cu un parti di e
perdida diario, ta casi imposible pa
recobra. Esakinan ta perdidas pa mo-
tibo di tal factornan manera evapo-
Sinembargo, _considerable-
mente mas cu mitar, mas cu 2,000
baril cada dia, ta perdidas cu por
worde recobraé y ta resultadonan di
combinacionnan di cierto factornan.
Esakinan ta factornan, hopi bez in-
volviendo descuidao, cu por worde
elimina door di realiza mas y mas e
naturaleza critico di tal perdidas y
door di ser mas concienzudo tocante
| Lago su posicion excepcional den in-
dustria petrolero.

E frase "Stop Perdida di Azeta’”’
por bien ser considera como Lago su
desafio personal door di e resto di
| mundo petrolero.

reco-



racion.


Fila di Atletas Lo Yena Sport Park
Cu Eventonan Programa Pa April

E resto di April lo presenta un programa completo di actividadnan
na Lago Sport Park, yegando un climax cu e Olimpiada di Anja di La
Reina, cual podiser ta e evente principal di tur anja di e stadion. Ariba
April 17, lo tin e wega final pa campeonato den e competicion insular
di softball, cu ta en progreso awor. Diezsiete team ta involvi den e

competicion eliminatorio. Ariba e
mes anochi ey, e trofeo lo worde|
presenta na e ganador di e competi-
cion di softball interdepartamental, |
cual a cuminza April 1, Teamnan
representando tres grupo di emple-
ado, di Storehouse, Crafts y Oficina
Mayor, lo termina nan weganan con-
tra cada uno. E ganador di e tem
porada pasa tabata Storehouse. Un
trofeo pa softball femenino tambe
lo worde presenta e anochi ey.

E siguiente anochi, como binti-
cinco te trinta participante ta worde |
sperad di tuma parti den e concurso
anual di hizamento di peso, cual lo
worde sigui door di un competicion
di "mehor curpa muscular,” cual tur
anja ta nombra "Mr, Aruba.” Ken-
neth Rivers tin e titulo ey actual-
mente

ice

Pieter
| College

bola
yard;
estafette; bulamento leuw y carreda
| di mitar milla.

bata Seroe Colorado.

Ademas di e campeon pa defende

B

E eve

di
tir

oer

ntonan

bu
amento

titulo den e encuentro, otro school-
nan programa pa competi ta La Sal-
Abraham De Veer,
nische School,

Aruba Tech-

Wilhelmina College,
St. Augustinus College, Commander
School-

y St. Antonius

programa ta: 100

| yard; disco, 220 yard; lanzamento di
hero;

lamento
di speer;

halto; 440
440 yard

E siguiente merdia un concurso no-

bo ariba pista lo tuma lugar
cha homber y mucha muher te edad
di diesdoos anja. Tal eventonan ma-

a mu-

nera corremento den sako y pelea di

Diez Evento

Ariba April 24, teamnan represen-
tando ocho schoolnan di e isla lo
competi den un serie di diez evento
den encuentronan inter-escolar ariba
pista y veld. Ganadornan individual
di cada evento lo ricibi medalja,
mientras e school cu acumula mayo-
ria puntos lo worde premia cu un
escudo. E ganador di anja pasa ta-

Official National Leagu

veld
Olimpiada di Anja di La Reina cu ta
ariba lista pa April 28 y 29. E evento

cusinchi ta ariba lista.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

National Leaguers Unfurl:
Campaign Colors April 13;
‘Musial Throws First Ball

National League fans will be hold-
ing their heads at least one degree
higher when they initiate the 1964
season April 13.

Following last October's four-
| Same sweep of the mighty New York
| Yankees by the Los Angeles Dod-
gers, the first time this had been ac-
complished since John McGraw’'s
Giants turned a similar feat in 1922,
sentiments were high that this was
proof of the senior circuit's
pitching, a popular
cent years.

Cincinnati, oldest member in the
league, opens against the Houston
Colt 45s, one of the more recent en-
tries as result of the league ex-
pansions two seasons ago.

The remainder of the in-
augurate their campaign on April 14.

This season the National League
is host in the All Star game, slated
for July 7, at Shea Stadium

Stan Musial, recently retired St.
Louis Cardinal star, is expected to
throw out the first ball of 1964

superior
claim during re-

a

clubs

Ariba April 27, e teamnan di judo!

sport di e isla lo enfrenta e gruponan
di Curagao den un competicion cu ta
programa den tur e clasificacionnan
di faha.

Dos dia di eventonan ariba pista y

lo

distingui

e di binti-cuatro

atletico principal di anja ta general-
mente un evento espectacular di un
anochi, pero siendo cu mas di cien
atleta ta spera di participa, e
Directiva di Lago Sport Park a pre-
fera pa extende e eventonan
dos dia. Seroe Colorado tabata
team ganador di anja pasa

ser

ariba
e

April 11, 1964

Array of Athletes Will Fill Sport Park
With High-Gear Events on Program

The remainder of April will provide a full slate of activities at the

Lago Sport Park, climatin
stadium's major annual event.

On April 17, the islandwide softball com

g with the Queen's Birthday Olympiad, the

petition, currently underway,

will decide its champion. Seventeen teams are involved in that elimina-

tion

On the same night the title trophy ;
will be presented to the winner of
the Lago inter-department softball
competition which began April 1
Teams representing three employee
groupings, Storehouse, Crafts
GOB Offices, will complete
round robin events. Last season's
winner was Storehouse. A girl's
softball trophy will be presented as
well that evening

and
their

Weightlifters

The following night twenty-five to
thirty participants are expected to
engage in the annual weightlifting
contest to be followed by the body
beautiful competition which
year names "Mr. Aruba.” Kenneth
Rivers is the present title holder

On April 24, teams representing
eight island schools will compete in
a of ten events in the inter-
school track and field meet. Indivi-
dual event winners will receive
dals while the school amassing
most points will be awarded
shield, Last year’s winner was Seroe
Colorado High School
to the

each

series

me-
the
a

In addition meet’s defend-

ing champion, other schools sched-
uled to compete are La Salle, Abra-
ham De Veer, Aruba Technical
School, Wilhelmina College, St. Au-
gustinus College, Commandeur Pie-
ter Boer School, and St. Antonius
College

The events slated
discuss, 220-yard, shotput high
jump, 440-yard, javeline, 440-yard
relay, broad jump and half-mile run

The following afternoon a novelty
track meet for boys and giris up to
age twelve is on the agenda and in-
cludes such events sack
and pillow fight

are 100-yard

as a race

On April 27, the island’s sport judo
teams will engage

with competition
belt classifications

Curagao squads

scheduled in all

Two days of track and field events
will mark the twenty-fourth Queen's
Birthday Olympiad scheduled
April 28 and 29. The y Ss majo
athletic event is customarily a one
night spectacular, but with over one
hundred athletes expected to partici-
pate, the Sport Park Board
elected to the events over
two days.

for

Lago

extend

e Baseball Schedule for the 1964 Season



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ANN. Y{n)
ANN. Yn)

Chic(n)
Chic(n) 5W
Chic. 6-Th
At Cine(n)
At Cine(n)



AtPhila.(a) |14-Th
Milw(n) | 15-F

Milw. 16Sot

Milw(2) | 17-Sun
18-4
Wlu
20.

Sun | AtPhila.
10
1i-Tu
12-W
13-Th
14F

15-Sot

At Pitts (n)
At Pitts.(n)
(n) Chie.(n)
Chic(n)

Phila.(n)
Phila.(n)

At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

wlan

Hous.(n)
Hous.(n)

N.Y. At Pitts,

Phila.
Phila.

At Chic.
At Chic.
At Chic.
AYN. ¥.(n)
AYN. Y.(n)

At Chic
At Chic.

ALS. Fn)
AIS. F

AtSheL

At Milw.(n)
At Milw.(n)

Cine(n)
Cine(n)

Hous.(n)

Hous(n) 8 Sot
1H

Hous.
S.F.(n)
S.F.(n)
S.F.(0)

At Milw,

At Cine{n)
At Cinc(n)
At Cine(n)

At Cine

ALS. U(n)
Ar St. L(n)
At St. Ln)

Ar. A(n)
ALLA

St. L{n)
Stl

Milw.{n)



Chic.(n)
At Milw (0)
At Milw.

21-Th
22-F
23-Sot

16-Sun
17-M
18-Tu

Phila,
Pitts
Pitts.(n)



AtHous(n) | Chic(2) | $1.0(2) | ALLA.
At Chic.
At Chie
At Chic.
S.Fin)
SF

S.F(2)

Hous (n)
Hous (n)
Hous

LA(n)
LA(n)
LA(a)
ALSt.L(n) | At Chic

AI StL At Chic,(2)

AtStL(2) | AtChic.

At Milw.(n)
At Milw.(n)
At Milw.
St. Lin)
St. L(n)

StL.

ATL A(n)
ANLA(n)
ALL A(n)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous(n)
At Hous,

AIS. F.
AIS.F.
AIS. F(n)

At Pitts (n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
Hows.(n)
Hous (n)

Hous.
=

Cinc(n)
Cinc(n)
Cine. LAln)
Chic(n) | S.F.(n)
Chic. S.F

Chic Sif
At Hous.(n)
At Hous (t-n)

Hous.(n)
Hous.
Hous,
LAln)
LAin)

LA(2)

LA(n)
LAIn)



Pitts (ten)
Pitts.(n)

Chic(n)
Chic(n)
Chic

At Phila,
At Phil

‘At Philo. (2)

N.Â¥(n)
N.Y.

AYLA(2) [N.Y(2)
At Chic.
At Chic
At Chic
AN. ¥ (n)
AIN.Y

AYN. ¥.(2)

AIL A (a)
ALL A(n)

At Pitts (n)
At Pitts (n)
At Pitts.(n)
Phila. (n)
Philo.

Phila.(2)

Hous(n)
Hous.

Pitts (n)
Pitts

Pints

At Milw (0)
At Milw

At Milw(2)

ALS.F(n)
AIS. F.

Chic (t-n)
Chic.(n)

At St. L(n)
ANStL

At Pitts.(2) AISt.L(2)
At Chic,
At Chic.

—

At Hous (n)
At Hous.(n)
AIL Afn)
APL A(n)

Chic(n)
Chien)
St.L(n)
St.L(n)

StL.

AILA(n)
AIL Ain)
AIS. F.(n)
AIS. F

ALLA AIS. F



ALLSTAR GAME AT SHE:





(n) Denotes night Game (1-n) Denotes twilight-night double-header. Gomes not preceded by"At” are home games

At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

NEW YORK

ANS. F(2)

Philo (n)
Phila.(n)
Philo.(n)
L.A(n)
LA.

a

LAIn)
5. Fin)
5. Fin)
S.F(n)
Hous (n)
Hous

Hous (2)

‘At Philo (t-n)
At Philo.(n)

AY Chic.
At Chic

At Chic (2)

N.Y(n)
N.Y (n)
N. Yn)
Chic(n)
Chic.

Chic (2)

ALN. ¥(n)
AUN. Y,
ANN. Y.
Cine.(n)
Cine.

Cine (2)
AIL A(n)

=

AIS,
AIS F
At Hous (n)
At Hous(n)

‘At Hous (n)



‘Arcine(2) |

NY
NY.
NY

Milw.

Milw.

Stk.
Sit

StL.

At Mil (n)
At Milw.

At Milw.
AIN.Â¥.(n)
AIN.Y.(n)
AINLY.

Pitts.
Pitts.

Pitts.(2)

Philo.
Phila.
Philo,

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts,

‘At Pitts (2)

At Phila (1-n)|
At Phila.(n)

Hous.
Hous.

Mous.(2)
Cinc
Cinc
—

At Cinc(n)

Milw.(2) At Phila.(n)

——

N.YÂ¥(n) Philo. Pitts.(
At Cine(n)
At Cine(n)
At Cinc(n)
At Pitts.(n)

At Pitts.
At Pitts.

At Milw.(n)
At Milw. (n)
At Mil.

At Phila.(n) AYN.

AIN

At Philo. ADIN,

—

At Pitts. (n)
At Phila.(n)
At Phila (n)
At Philo.(n)
AYN. ¥(n)
AIN.Y.

AYN. ¥.(2)
Cine(n)
Cine (n)
Cinc(n)
St.L(n)
St. L(n)
St.

Milw (2)

ANN. ¥.(n)
AINLY.
AIN.Y.
At Pitts (n)
At Pitts.
‘At Pitts (2)

Milw.(n)
Milw (tn)

StL

3 Stl
Cinc(n)
Cinc(n)
Cine.

St. L(n)
St. Ln)
St. Ln)
St. L{n)

Cine
: Cine.
Milw.(n)
Milw(n) | Cine
ANSt
AtSt

At Cinc(n)
At Cine (n)

At Milw.(n)
AI Milw,

At Milw.(2) | At Cine.
At Milw.(n)
At Milw.(n)
At Mil.
AIS. Fn)
ATS. F.(n)
ANS.

AN St. L(n) Ati
At St. L(n)
ANS

At Chic.

At Chic

LAL

AIS F
Pitts.(n)

At Chic (2)
Phila.(n)
Phila, (n)

N.Y.(n) Philo.(n)



At Cine(n)
At Milw(n)
At Mil,

AI Milw.



Pitts
Philo.
Philo

Philo

Phila.(n)
N. Y(n)
N.Y(0)

N.Â¥(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts(n)

Pitts.(n) NY.



ALLSTAR GAME AT SHEA STADIUM,



AtSt.
ANSt.
ANSt.

itts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Phila.(n)
At Philo.

At Phila,
St. L(n)

Milw.

Cine{n)

ANS!
At Cine.(n)

24-Sun
25-4
26-Ty
27.

19-W
20-Th
21-F
22-Sot

2) | AtMilw.(2) Pits
Chie(n)
Chie.

Ln)
Lin)

S. F.(n)
S.F.(n)

At Hous.(n)

AIS. F(a)
ANS. F.
AIS.
AILA(n)
AtLA(n)

AINY
Chie(n)
Chie(n)
Chic(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts

Pitts.(2)
At Phila.(n)
At Philp (n)
At Philo.(n)

‘At Chie (2)
ANN.Y,
ANN. ¥.(n)
AtN.Y.
At Philo.(n)
At Phila.(n)
At Philo.

At. F.(2)

AIL A(n)
AIL. A(n)
At LA(n)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

AIN.Y(n)
AINY,

Cine(n)
St.L(n)
St. L(n)
St.L(n)

Milw.(0)
Milw.(n)

ANL.A(2)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

$1.42) | Milw(2)
Milw.(n)
Milw.(n)
Milw.(n)
Cine (n)
Cine(n)

Cinc(n)
Cine
Cine.
St. L(7)
StL

AIS.F(n)
ALS.F



28-Th
29-F

L(n)
Y{n)
Ye

Y(2)
=

S.Fi(n)
Cine.(n)
Cine. 30-Sot.
Cine(2) | 31-Sun
————
JUNE
1M

23-Sun
24M
25-Tu
26
27-Th
28-F
29-Sat

Chic(2)

At Cine(n)
At Cine(n)

At Chic,

At Chic, Hous.

AILA,

NÂ¥(n)
N.Y(n)

Hous (n)

At Phila.

At St. b(n)
At. St. L(n)
At St. L(n)

AIN.Y.(2)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

Pitts
At Milw.(n)
At Milw,(n)
At Milw.

At Hous (n)
Philo.(n)
Phila.(n)
Philo.
S.F.(n)
S.F(n)
S.F.

Philo.(n)
Philo.

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts

Milw.(a)
Chic(n)
Chic(n) | S.
Chic(n)

At Cine(n)
At Cine

AIS.

Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)

StL
ALLA (n)
AILA(n)
ALLA (n)
At Milw.(n)
At Mil (n)
At Milw.

Cine.

S.F(n)
Fin)

S.F(n)

At St. U(n)
AI StL

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At Chic.
At Chic.

2Ty
aw

30-Sun | AtChic Hous.

(2) S.F.(2) At Pitts, Phila.

At Cine (2)

AN St. At Milw.(2)

l
AtSt. L(n) LA(n)



=.



At Chic.
At Cine (n)
At Cine(n)

4Th
5F

Beer S.F(n)

S.F.(n)

AI Cine. SF.

AIS.F. Z LA(n)
(nm)

ea

Chic(n)
Chie(n)
Chic(n)
Milw.(n)
Milw.(n)

——

+
At Cine(n)
At Cinc(n)
At Cine(n)
At St. L(n)
At StL.

Hous.(n)
Hous.(n)
Hous.(n)

LA(n)
LA(n)

AtSt. L(n)
At St. L(n)
At StL (a)
At Cinc(n)
At Cine(n)

At Phila.(n)
At Philo.(n)
At Phila.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.

Milw(n)
Milw(n)
Milw.(n)
Chic(n)
Chic

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)

AYN.Y.(n)
AIN.Y.(n)
APNG

At Philo(n)
At Phila.(n)

AINLY.(n)
AINY.(n)



AIS. F.(n) L
AIS. F. A

a ALL A(n) Hust
Milw.(n)
Milw.

ATL A(n)
Atl A(n)

‘At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

Milw.
At St.

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Milw.(n)
At Milw.

(n) Hous.(n)
Hous.
s. Hous.

S.F.(2)

AIS. L.
Milw.(2)

At Cine,
(2) | AtChie(2)
Hous.
Hous.
Att
StL

ANN. ¥.(n)
ANY.
Cine(n)
Cine

Cine(n)
Cinc(n)

At Hous.(a)
At Hous(n)

At Pitts,
AYN. Y.(2)

At Chic.
At Chic.
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)

Chic.
Cine (2)

AINY
At Philo.(2)

At Phila
A Pitts. (2)

LA.
LA(o)
Phila.(n)
Philo

ANS. F. At Philos (n)
AIS. F(a)
N.Â¥.(n)

NY (a)

At Chi
At Chic,



At Hous.(n) MLA.
L(n)

ANS. F(a
: 15. F.(n)

AIS. F.

At Hous (n)

neta) At Hous.(n)

AI Milw.

At Chic
At Chic
L At Chic.
St, L(n)
St. L(n)

‘AtHous{n) | StL.
AILA(n)
AL A(n)

AIL A(n)

Cine
‘St, L(n)
St. L{n)
StL

Cine

Cine.

Cine

At Milw (n)
At Milw,

At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)
ALL A(n)
AtL A(n)
AIL A(n)

Chic(n)
Chic

AIS. F.(n)
ANS. F.

Pitts.(n)

Philo.(n)
Phila.(n)
Philo.(n)

N.Y.(n)
N. ¥.(n)

At Chie
At Milw.(n)
At Milw (n)
At Mil,

NY. Phila,
Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)
Pints (n)
Philo.(n)
Philo.(n)
Phila,(n)

N. ¥.(a)
N.Y



| Bits (np
Pitts

At
At Cine(n)

nc (a)



Hous (n)
Hous
Phila.(n)
Philo

At Hous(n) | StL
n)
St. L(n)
StL

Philo.(2)
Mmilw (0)
Milw

AIN.
AN.

Cine(n)
Cine.

At Philo.(n)
At Phila.(n)
At Phila.(n)

"| Chie AIS.F At Milw.

AILA
Cine(n)
Cinc(n)
Cine(n)
Milw (a)
Milw.(n)
Milw.

At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
At Phila.(o)
At Phila.(n)
At Phila.

Milw.(n)
Milw.(n)
St. L(n)
St.L(n)
StL

t
r
t
s.
S.

Â¥(n)
Y

N.YÂ¥{n)
S.F.(n)
S.F(n)

S.F.{n)

LA(n)

Philo. Pitts At Cine,
At Hous.(n)
At Hous.(n)

At Hous.(n)

At Chic.
At Chic
At Chic
At Hous.(n)

AIN. ¥.(n)
AYN. Y,
At Pitts.(n)
At Pitts.(n)
AN Pitts

At Chic.
At Chic



ar
Cine (2) AIN,

Ay Milw.(n)
AY Mil.

‘At Milw(n)
At Milw.(n)

Pitts.(n)
Pitts.(n)

SF
ATL. A(n)
ArCine(n) | AtL A(n)
At Cine(n) Hatt A(n)

AtPhila, | Milw.
AtSt.
At St.

At St

12) SEL
L(n)
Ln)

Ln)

N.Y.(n)
N.Â¥.(n)

LAIn)

Ar 5S. F.(o)
AIS. F

At Pitts
Philo.(n)
Phila.(n)
Phillo.(n)

‘At Hous(n) | At Chic
Chic(n)
Chie(n)

Chic(n)

Hous.(n)
Hous.



———+



At Cinc(n) =

At Cinc.(n)

(a)

At Milw.
At St. L(n)
At St. L(n)

AI Cinc



Pitts.(n)
Phila.(n)

—- —

At Cine(n)
At Milw(n)

AIL A(a)
AIS. F.(n)
ANS. F

NY.

Pitts.(n) At Cine(n)



AIS. F,
AIL A(n)
AYLA(n) | Hous(n)

Chic(n)
Hous(n) |

Hous
Chic(n)
Chi



N.Y {n)

N.Â¥(a)
c |







NEW YORK

ANISH L Phila.















Pitts. At Milw. ALS. F.





[ At Cine.



ALA,



[ch nN

Hous.

(n) Denotes night Game (1-n) Denotes twilight-night doubleheader. Gomes not preceded by" At’ are home gomes,







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VOL. 25, No. 7
PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO.
News
, LTD. April 11, 1964 L 't"
Lago Commissary To Issue New
D Cards;
Next Month; New Photos Not Necessary
PRESENTLY UNDER repair is the exit gas line from SAR plant to Acid
Plant that carries sulphur dioxide and other unusable materials to the
disposal furnace.
BAiO Hi PARACION actualmente la e linja di gas for di Planta SAR pa
'lania di Acido eual ta hiha azufre dioxide y otro materialnan inusable
pa e forno pa despone di nan.
Lago Scholarship Applications Available
April 15; Must Be Returned by June 1
Applications for Lago Scholarship Foundation assistance will be
available April 15. The applications, both new and renewal, must be
returned by J:ne 1 for the 1964-65 school year. Grants will be offered
for the eighth consecutive year, the first having been awarded in
A t In.7
ugIusI, ,L I
Applicants must
accredited schools
to the Lago Schola
copies of then gra
school yeal and a
cation form befol
giant can be nm
may be obtained fro
R. A. Nicolaas of
vision
In the selection
giants, preference
those applicants
course of study is
Ai lba IL is also th
Foundation to assis
university study w
professions to Arit
opment and aid of
Giants will be ma
job opportunities or
Students wishing t
logical studies e
istry. biology, pre-n
given preference ove
to develop skills a
adequate supply in
cates covering asp
and teaching aie ob
Required
Those students co
nological or business
university level shoi
mathematics and sc,
MULO B and HB
these needs
Presently, theie
Lago Foundation
dents in Holland wh
fiom chemistry an
lysts and engineer
sistant. There ale
tion students in th
of which fifteen ar
eering, two husines
one medicine and
To be eligible,
meet one criteria of
be permanent staff
ployees of Lago, o
nized dependent chi
staff or regular e
nutants, or, other
retirees, or, non-en
the Netherlands An
parents, who recei,
of their education i
der special circums
dual not covered I
criteria may apply
consideration.
The Lago Schola
Board comprises
chairman, M. E. F
quez, F. H. Ritfeld,
Comisario Lo Saka Carchi
Nobo Otro Luna, Portret
Nobo No Ta Necesario
Carchinan nobo di identification
pa Comisaro color blauiv ta
fihA pa set saka durante Mei pa es-
posonan of esposanan y miembronan
di familiar di empleadonan di Lago,
asina a worde anuncia. Den hopi ca-
sonan. e cambio lo no trece e necesi-
dad pa saka portietnan nobo, a me-
nos cu e niembro di familiar ta desee
di trece e poi tret cu compania tin
den su archive hasta la fecha
Pa via di cambionan den adres,
estado civil. etc., carchi nobo, color
blauw. lo word saka solaimente pa
esposonan of esposanan di emplea-
donan. Aplicacion di nobo door di
empleadonan lo ta necesario pa
miembronan di familiar fuera di nan
esposonan of esposanan y formularo
pa esaki pot worde obteni na ofi-
ncma di Comisatio. Aplicacionnan
mester word yena. y debolbi na
kantour di comisalno
gecheck. Tan pronto
worde aprobd, Lago
pa nan word
cu e aplicacion
Police Depart-
iment lo tiaha un carchi nobo y lo
be accepted by mand'e pa Comisario unda e por,
They must submit L D Dittle, secretary word colecta door di e empleado.
ship Foundation The Selection Advisoiy Committee' Personanan cu ta desea portret
ides in their last of the Lago Scholaiship Foundation nobo por laga esakinan worde tuma
completed appli- has Mr. Dittle, Lago Tlaing Div- durante e iesto di April na Lago
e a scholarship vision head, as its chairman Commit- Police Department entire 9 y 10 a.m
ide. Applications tee members are N P. Schindeler ofNa
om L. D. Dittle or0 the Technical Department, K. E. Na Entrada
the training dl- Springer of the Process Department, E carchinan nobo por worde busca I
Free Bonifacius, P J Valk and R na entrada di Comisario durante lu-
of scholarship Nicolaas. secretary na di Mei y e camblo ta ser spera di,
will be given to a -. a keda complete pa Juni 1, tempo cu e
whose proposed Eias fingal Selecta Pa carchnan blanco cu a worde origi-
not available in Training c nalmente sakA na Augustus 1962, lo
ie purpose of the Trai g ecialia na no ta valido mas
t students whose f Ma r Carchi di Identificacion di Comu-
ill eLturn critical saio aroprado pa cmpiamento lo
ba for the devel- Elias Fingal, un hefe di grupo di wolde dun na:
the community. Plannan di Beneficio den Departa- 4a) Personanan individual y orga-
de in elation to mento di Relacion Industrial, a ser nizacionnan autonlza door di Direc-
i the island, select pa un asignacion di studio tiva
o pl sue techno- na oficna mayoi di Jeisey na New Ib) Esposo of esposa legal di em-
ngineeing, chem- York Sr Fingal lo keda tires luna, pleadonan actualmente ariba payroll
medical will be cuminzando Mei 1, den e section di di compania y ex-empleadonan cu ta
e1 those who plan beneficio di e compania principal, ilcibi entrada di pension normal, spe-
nd knowledge in E obheto di e training ta pa duna cial y pa desabilidad for di Compania.
Aruba. Certifi- Sr Fingal mas idea y conocemento ic) Un yiu no casA, legal of re-
eects of nursing di e principionan anba cual e con- conoci di un empleado. E yiu mester
tamable in Aruba. ceptonan di beneficionan di Jersey ta ta entire su dicsdos y diesnuebe anja
ments basA y pa ricibi un comprension mas idi Un mama cu ta biba hunto
ntemplating tech- grand com e principlonan aki ta ser cu su yiu homber of ym muher cu
s curricula at the modifica, adopt y aplica den dife- ta empleado di compania y cu ta sin
uld have sufficient rente situacionnan cu ta present na, casa, divorcia of ta viudo of vilda, y
lence background. e varlos companianan afiliado. cual mama ta haci compras pa e fa-
S B courses fill Mientras riciblendo e training spe- milia, of
c-al akl. Sr. Fingal lo tin oportum- (Continua na pagina )
are forty-two dad pa observa y asisti den trata-
Scholarship stu- mento di dlferente casonan cu ta In-
ose studies range volvi pagamento di benefictonan nai
d chemical ana- empleadonan
ng to library as- Un training adicional lo liata to-
twenty Founda- cante reciento cambionan y aplica-
.e Unted States, cionnan di legislation di Segridad
Studying engin- Social di Estados Unidos y e manera
s administration, den cual el ta aplica pa empleadonan
one photography. di ultramar Un otro di e obhetivo
applicants must ta pa duna Sr Fingal e chens di
f five. They must haya mas idea den e par i cu com-
or regular em- panianan di aseguro ta huti a, como
or, legally iecog- cu nan accionnan ta relaciozil na di-
ldren of deceased ferente plannan di beneficio di Jer-
mployees oi an- sey.
staff or regular Mientras na New York, Si. Fingal
aployees born in lo traha directamente cu e anterior
Lilies or Antillean empleado di Lago Bob Ettensberger,
ved the majority cu actualmente ta hefe di beneficio
n Aruba, or, un- aya.
tances, an indivi- Sr. Fingal tin over di diesocho anja
by the eligibility di servicio na Lago, y a drenta ser-
for scholarship vicio di Compania na November 1945 THE VICE Premier of the Nelh
como tin Messenger B den IR De- Biesheuvel, was a recent Lago guest.
ship Foundation apartment. Door di un numero di pro- hers of Lago's Executive Committee
F. W. Switzer, mocion, el a atene su position actual E. Jonckheer, minister president of
isk, B. T. Henri- na Junr anja past. El no tin ningun Antilles, O. S. Henriquez, lieutenant go
E F. Welch, and' interrupcion di servicio and Dr. A. Jonkers, an aide to the
New Lago Commissary identifica
uled to be issued during May to
bers of Lago employees, it has b
change will not necessitate takin
member desires to update the ph
Because of changes in addresses, and
marital status, new blue cards will
be issued only to employees' wives or
husbands Reapplication will be ie-
quired by employees for family mem-
bers other than spouse and forms
may be obtained at the retail com-
missary office. Applications should
be filled out and returned to the
Commissary office so the credentials
can be checked Just as soon as the
application is approved, the Lago
Police Department will make a new
card and will send it to the Com-
missary where it can be picked up
by the employee
Persons desiring new pictures may
have them taken during the remain-
der of April at the Lago Police De-
partment between 9 and 10 a.m.
The new cards may be picked up
at the Commissary entrance gate
during May and the changeover is
expected to be completed by June 1,
when the white cards, origially is-
sued in August, 1962, will no longer
be valid
Eligibility
Appropriate commissary ID cards
for purchasing will be issued to:
a) Individuals and organizations
authorized by management.
Ibl The legal spouse of employees
currently on the company payroll
and ex-employees in receipt of not-
mal, special or disability retirement
incomes from the company
Ccl One unmari ed, legal or ack-
nowledged child of an employee.
Child must be between its twelfth
and nineteenth birthdays
Id A mother who lives with her
unmarried, divorced or widowed com-
pany employed son or daughter and
who does the buying for the house-
hold, or
(e) An unmanlied sister who lives
with her unmnai ned, divorced or
widowed company employed brother
or sister and who does the buying
for the household.
(f Special or exceptional cases will
be handled on an individual basis.
Igl Exceptions may be individual-
ly approved for a substitute family
member living in the same household
to purchase for a duration not ex-
ceeding three months each time, but
only under circumstances where evi-
dence exists or can be submitted to
substantiate that:
ierlands, B. W. E VICE Premier di Holanda, B. W. Biesheuvel,
He visited mem- tabata un reciente huesped na Lago. El a bishita miem-
accompanied by bronan di Comite Ehecutivo di Lago acompanja pa E.
the Netherlands Jonckheer, Ministro President di Antillas Holandes, O.
vernor of Aruba, S. Henriquez, Gezaghebber di Aruba, y Drs. A. Jonkers,
vice premier. un consehero di e Vice Premier Holandes.
L I -~e ~
Ition cards blue ones -are ached-
wives or husbands and family mem-
ieen announced. In many cases the
ig new pictures, unless the family
otograph the company has on file.
1 No one remains to qualify un-
der items (bl through Ie) due
to prolonged disability or ab-
sence from Aruba, and
2 The employee/annuitant has
legal or acknowledged child-
en under twelve permanently
residing in his/her household.
J. R. Proterra Accepts
Amuay Loan Assignment;
Will Commence in July
J. R. Proterra, Lago Mechanical
Department manager, will assume a
comparable position at Creole's
Amuay Refinery on a loan assign-
ment of one year commencing in
July. The announcement of Mr. Pro-
terra's assignment was made March
24.
Mr. Proterra has over twenty-five
years of Lago service. He has been
Mechanical manager since October,
1961. Although the majority of Mr.
Proterra's service
is in the Mechani-
cal Department,
his original em-
ploy was as an ap-
prentice operator
in the Gas Plant.
This was in May,
1938. He was
transfened to Uti-
lities the same
year and piomot-
J. Proterra ed to assistant
operator. In Au-
gust, 1941, he was promoted to oper-
ator and there shift foreman two
years later.
In September, 1944, Mr. Pioterra
was transferred to the Mechanical
Department, where he has remained
He became an assistant zone super-
visor in June, 1946, and Yard gene-
Sral foreman in March, 1949 Mr. Pro-
I terra was promoted to assistant div-
ision superintendent in Mechanical
Administration in February, 1956.
Prior to his promotion to Mechanical
manager, he was advanced to division
superintendent in April, 1957.
In addition to his Mechanical De-
partment administrative duties, Mr.
Proterra, for a number of consecu-
tive years, has been a member of
Lago's bargaining team.
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ARv BA s N rW
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
ANTILLES. BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Aruba DrukkeriJ N.V.. Neth. Ant.
Meetings in Holland's Snow and Fog
May Enhance Aruban Cultural 'Climate'
Amidst the cold, snow and fog of a typical Dutch winter, members
of the Advisory Council for Cultural Collaboration Between Kingdom
Partners gathered in Holland recently and the results of their efforts
could very well improve Aruba's cultural climate.
Industrial Relations Department's J. H. Beaujon, who also serves as
chairman of the Aruba Cultural Cen-
ter, took part in the proceedings as landmark or monument to once again
one of three members from the An- fall into disrepair. Commercial tie-
tilles and upon his return was en- ins weie promoted favorably
thusiastic as to the progress made One major restoring effort which
at the meetings. Mr. Beaujon became familiar with in
While in Holland, Mr. Beaujon also Maastricht was the Basilica, an old
held talks with Dr. M D. Thijs, sec- church that was completely reno-
retary of Sticusa, and requested that vated and bought back into active
additional scholarships be made avail- use Duiing the renovation, several
able for Aruban youths. Currently major art works that had been
there are three Arubans studying in painted and plastered ovei came to
Holland under Sticusa grants-in-aid. light The church, it was found, also
As part of the Advisory Council possesses one of the oldest oigans in
Activities, Mr. Beaujon participated Holland and it, too, was restored
in trips to various Dutch provinces by the same firm that built the pipe
such as Friesland, one of the oldest organ in the protestant church in
provinces in Holland. In Friesland Oranjestad.
the group visited Bolsward, an old Armed with several ideas rising
Hanseatic town. fflim the exchanges with othet king-
In Lnmburg they visited the capl- dom members, Mr Beaujon is hope-
tal, Maastricht, and the burgermees- ful that a major monument restoring
ter conducted them on a tour of Nee pliogiam can be organized in Aruba
Cannes, a reconstructed castle which In that connection he noted that the
is now being used as a restaurant Cultural Center will look forward to
One of the basic ideas promoted a close cooperation with the recently
throughout the meetings was that organized Aruba Nostra, particularly
historical landmarks should be res- as regards care of old buildings and
tored, and a function should be monuments.
found for them rather that just erec- Diepsdo Empleado di lagn
ting a plaque and then allowing the UI. UUJ LI llI UU l CLgU
Twelve Lago Employees Ta Ricibi Lesnan Especial
Receiving Pre-College Matematico Pre-Colegial
S Diesdos empleado di Lago for di
Mathematics Instruction ties depaitamento actualmente ta ii-
Twelve Lago employees from three ciblendo lesnan special den n itema-
departments are currently receiving tico pa prepare nan pa nan drenta
special mathematics instruction in unlversitarionan di Estados Nnidos
preparation for their entry into Uni- na September. E program pa e
ted States' universities in Septem- diesdosnan a cuminza April 6 y lo
her. The program for the twelve be- continue te Aug. 30 tur Dialuna,
gan April 6 and will continue until Diarazon y Diabiernes E estudiante-
Aug. 30 on a Monday, Wednesday nan ta tuma les entire 2 y 4 'or di
and Friday schedule. The students atardi.
attend class between 2 and 4 p.m. E lesnan, cual ta worde dund den
The classes, which meet in the e Wilting Lab di Edificio di AdminI-
Writing Lab of the Administration stracion, lo cubri e puntonan esencial
Building, will cover the essentials of di algebra, trigonometria y geome-
algebra, trigonometry and coordinate tria coordinado E estudiantenan
geometry. The students will also tambe lo studia pilncipionan dl fisl-
study the principles of physics, and ca y lo haya un introduction den
will be introduced to modern math- matematico modern den tn curso
ematics in a programmed course in program den trigonometria anali-
analytic trigonometry. Anticipated is tico. Ta word sperA cu pa cada ora
at least two hours of homework for di les den klas nan tin dos ora di
each classroom hour, huiswerk na cas.
Enrolltd in the special mathematics Esnan legisti den e program;
training program are A. Kock and special di training den matematico
J. Tromp of Process-LOF: F. Kock ta A Kock y J. Tromp di Process-
of Executive-OCD; and A. Leslie, J. LOF; F. Kock di Executive-OCD; y
A. van der Linden, D. R. Henrnquez, A Leslie, J A van der Linden, D.
K. W. Wong. D R Chrstraans, D. R. Hennrquez. K W Wong. D. R.
Marquez, K. Y. Wong, K. R, Can- Christiaans, D. Marquez, K Y.
high and B. R. de Cuba of the Tech- Wong, K R Canhigh y B R de
nical Department. Cuba di Depto. Tecnico.
OVERVIEW OF tugboat waiting for assignment depicts a relatively
quiet day for Lago Harbor. Area bursts into activity at entry of tanker
for either loading or unloading.
BISTA DI un remolcador wardando ariba un asignacion ta mustra un dia
relativamente keto pa Haaf di Lago. Ora un tanker drenta pa carga of
discarga, e area la bira yen di actividad.
1
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Croes and Peters Get
April 1 Advancements
In Building, Services
Daniel V. Cloes and Louls N Pe-
Lers, both of the Mechanical Depart-
ment's Building and Services Section,
were promoted April 1. Mr. Croes.
an eighteen-year employee, was ad-
vanced to the position of transport-
ation planner. Mr. Peters, who has
over twenty years of company ser-
vice, was promoted to foreman.
Mr. Croes's employ began in Sep-
tember, 1945, as a mechanical ap-
prentice D in Peisonnel. Two years
later he was transferred to Mech-
anical-Garage as a senior apprentice
D. He was advanced to garage hel-
per and then he moved through the
I. N. Peters D. V. Croes
ranks of corporal becoming an equip-
ment dispatched in Mechanical-Gar-
age in September, 1955 He was pro-
moted to fol man in Mechanical-
Yard in July, 1961, the position he
held at the time of his April 1 pro-
motion In eighteen years. Mr Croes
has been promoted fourteen times
Mr. Peter's thirteenth promotion
made him foreman in the Building
and Services Section Prior to his
promotion he had been equipment
dispatched in Mechanical-Transport-
ation, the position he was promoted
to in July, 1961. His Lago service
started in the Mechanical Depart-
ment in June, 1943. as a messenger
B. He was advanced though the
messenger, apprentice typist and ap-
prentice clerk positions, and in May,
1950. he was made a shop clerk 1 in
Mechanical-Garage.
Aruba Technical Schools
Register Night Students;
Course Lasts Six Months
On April 13, 14 and 15, it will be
possible to enroll for a six month
credit course at either the Pres. John
F Kennedy School or the San Nicolas
technical School Both schools will
be open for legilatation between 6 3St
p m. and 8 p.m
The courses available. scheduled to
run six months, will be offe-ed at a
cost of Fls 18, payable at the time
of registration.
Interested parties can enroll in
any of the following courses lathe
operation, mechanical drawing and
theory of lathe operation, elect ic
welding and acetylene welding, elec-
trician, mechanical drawing and the-
ory of electricity, carpentry, mech-
anical drawing and theory ot car-
pentry, masonry and mechanical
drawing and theory of masomy
Schoolnan Tecnico Ta
Ofrece Estudio di Anochi;
Curso Ta Tuma Seis Luna
Atrba Aptil 13, 14 y 15, lo ta po-
sible pa insciibi pa tn (cutso acre-
dita di seis luna, sea na President
John F. Kennedy School of na School
Teenico di San Nicolas Ambos
schoolnan lo t. habi pa registracion
entire 6:30 pm y 8 p m
E cursonan cu lo wolde dllln, cu
ta progiama pa dmla pa sets luna, lo
worde ofreci na un cost di Fis 18,
cu lo master wolde paga ,1.1 di le-
gistracion
Personanan inteiesa por wlide in-
scribi pa cualkier di e sigulente cul-
sonan Operacion di draalbank, pin-
tamento mechanical y teona di ope-
lacion di diaalbank, weldetmento
electrico y weldernmento cu acety-
leno, electricen, pintamento mechani-
cal y teorna di electricidad. carpintet.
pintamento mechanical y teoria di
carpinteria, trabao di metsla, y pin-
tanento mecanical y teorla di metsla.
Actualmente. tin c.talenta y dos
estudiante di Lago Foundation Scho-
laiship na Holanda. kende nan es-
tudionan ta varia fol di qllmica, i
analista quimico y enginlella te asis-
tente bibliotecario. Tin binti estudi-
ante di e Foundation na Estados
Unidos. di cual diezcmno ta sttudi-
ando enginietna, dos admlnlisti cion
come cial, tin mnedicina v ino foto-
Sgrafia
Pa set eligible, aplcantenan mes-
tei satisface uno di e siguiente lncet
Elias Fingal Selected
For Specialized Training
At New York Headquarters
Elias Fingal, Industlial Relations
Department gioup head-benefit plans,
has been tapped foi a tl inningg as-
signment at Jelsey headquatlels in
New York Mi Fingal will spend
three months, beginning May 1, in
the patent nlmpany's benefits sec-
tion.
Object of the training is to pino-
vide Mr Fingal with fulther insight
and awareness of the pi nciples un-
derlying Jersey's benefits thinking
and to gain increased understanding
as to how these p inciples are being
modified, adopted and applied ti dif-
ferent situations that ainse at the
various affiliates
While undel the spe-al ti aning,
Mr Fingal will have the opportunity
to observe and assist in piocessng
different cases that involve payment
of benefits to employees
An added training a ea will deal
with the letent changes ;and appll-
cations of US Social Secultty legis-
lation and the manner in lwhilh it
applies to overseas employees An-
other of the objectives is to give Mt
Fingal the chance of gaining full-
ther insight into the i le played ) by
insurance companies as then tCtihons
relate to the different Jersey bene-
fit plans
While in New Yolk. Mr Fingal
will wo k directly with foi mne Lago
employee Bob Ettenshei-ge, m-
rently benefits head
Mr Fingal has ovel eighteen \yei.s
of Lago sel vice, having joined the
company in Ni venihbe, 1945, :a- a
Messenger B in the IR DepaUrtment
Through a niunbei of promotions lie
attained his present post last June
He has had no break in service
nacion d( Si. Protetla ;ii olh d ha. l
Maatt 24
Sr Proterra tin ovle bliti-( int
anja di selvicio no; Lago El taba;t;
gelente di Mechanical desde October
1961 Aunque mayoria di SI PII,-
tella sio seviciol ta den Depto Mech-
anmcal, sir empleo ol iginal taoata co-
mo un aptendiz operadol den Gas
Plant Esaki tabata na Mei 193fl El
a hava t amnbi pa Utilities e Imes
dnJa y ;a haya )i !,inocion p1, As.sis-
tant Opeiator Na Augustus 1911 el
a set ploniovi pa ,peliadoi y licge-
pa Shift Foineman dos a nja dcspic-
Na September 1911 Si Ptot.ri i
ser (a.imbil pa De-pt, Mechanl, il, n1,
unda el a keda. E! biu l iln Assis-
tant Zone Supeivis ls na Jo11n 1946,
y General Foieman di Yard na
MAaalt 1949 Sr Plritelia a1 lhea plo-
movi pa Assistant Division Supc iin-
tendent den Adnilnistia'clon recihanl-
cal na Febiuarn 1956 Pilolne co ski
pI Jnucion pa getente di Meclhanital,
el a avanza pa Stiperlntendente di
Division na Apt I 1957
Adenias di sii tatlea adlaminstlativI
den Depto Mechan(ical, SI Plrotell.
talbta tin miemlbo di e team nrego-
lcadol di Lago pa l n t i n iel) ill ill j,
lonsecuitivo
COMISARIO
(IC.if(tt in it p q'toti 1 )
il. Uu illntan tlmuhlci sin cr'.ii ken-
de ta blba hunt c-l siu tlnall holinbe
of mniher mt ta elnpleado di Cltiil-
panil, kende ti sin ';as.i, di ll'lcit a Ii
vilido of vtildi y cit1l ilti an miulh(i
ta haci coinilas pa e fanitli.i
ifi Casonan special if e\ erl't-ilinli
lo wolde tia ti albi a ini hist in dvi-
dual
ig) Exceptlonnodn pn( wkotdlid dj)in-
ba IndividualmiTntt pai iin nlllil' blo ( fanllia sllbstituyente ii lt bib.a lhen
e rmes in fanunlia p I tllniplanientl)
pIa iin dulacon il no inas (i ties
luna -ada bez. peloi solainente bh '-I culnistantlanian den clail tin evi-
dencia of si tal evident ia pa woride
enteoga pa substaincia cll
1 No Li Ikeda ningun ketnde pa.
Sitalifica bait e puntonan i bi
te lei pai nIltliio di desalih-
da-l of auiseni ia p-, i'ng tii
di A liba, y
2 E cniplead plensioniat, til
ylllnan legal of ieconoil ban)
diesdos anja cu ta biba pemnia-
nentcmente den so fannlia
Aplicacion Pa Beurs di Lago Disponible
April 15 y Mester Ta Debolbi Pa Juni 1
Aplicacionnan pa ayudo di Lago Scholarship Foundation lo ta dis-
ponible April 15. E aplicacionnan, ambos nobo y renobacion master
ser debolbi pa Juni 1 pa e anja escolar 1964-65. Ayudo lo worde ofreci
pa di ocho anja consecutive, mientras e di promer tabata na Augustus
1957. Aplicantenan mester ta aceptA pa schoolnan acreditA. Nan mester
entrega na Lago Scholarship Foun-
dation copia dl nan lista di puintonan condicionnan. Nan mester ta sea
di nan ultnmo anja di school y tn empleado permanent di staff of re-
formulario di aplicacion yenA promer gular di Lago, of yiinan dependent
cu in ayudo pa beurs por worde y legalmente leconoci di empleado-
duna Aplicacionnan por worde ob- nan staff of regular, of di emplea-
teni for di L. D Dittle of R. A. Ni- donan di staff of regular of di pen-
colaas di Tiainng Division sionmstanan difunto, of di otio pen-
Den e selection di asistencia pa sionistanan di staff of regular, of
beurs, preferencia lo word dund na no-empleadonan naci na Antillas Ho-
tal aplicantenan kende nan curso di landes of mayornan Antiliano kende
studio contempla no ta disponible a iicibi mayola di nan education na
na Aruba Tambe ta obheto di e Aruba, of, bao circumstancianan spe-
Foundation pa asisti estudiantenan cial, un persona cu no ta cubit dooi
kende nan studio univeisitart o o di e critero di eligibilidad por aplica
trece nan back den profesionnan cu pa consideiacion pa un beurs
ta sumamente necesano pa Aruba E junta di Lago Scholarship Foun-
pa desaroyo y ayudo di e comunidad nation ta consists di F. W. Switzer,
E ayudonan lo wolde dund en iela- president: M E Fisk, B. T Henti-
cion cu oportunidadnan di trabao quez. F. H Ritfeld, E. F. Welch, y
ariba e isla Estudiantenan cu ta sl- L D. Dittle, secretalno
gui estudionan teenologico eng- E Comite Advisorio di Seleccion di
nleria, quimica, biologia y estudio- e Lago Scholarship Foundation tin
nan pie-medical lo wolde duna Sr Dittle, Hefe di Lago Tiainnmg
pieferencia arlba esnan cu tin plan Division, como su president Miem-
di desaroya abilidad y conocemento bionan di e Comision ta N P Sh-hin-
pa cual tin bastante provision na deler di Depto. Tecnico, K. E Spmn-
Amba Ayudo pa veipleger of ver- ger di Process Department, Flete
pleegster of pa maestro of maestra Bonifacmls, P J Valk y R Nicolaas.
no ta worde dun4. Diploma pa cierto secietano
ramo di studio pa verpleegster of R Proterra Ta A ncpt
maestro ta obtenble na Aruba .R. 't 1 ACpa
Studios di Matematico Asignacion di Prestamo
E estudiantenan cu ta (ontemplan Na Amuay, Cuminza Juli
do pa sigii estudionan tecnologico of J R Proteia, getente di Deprta-
cometcial na tn Hogele Technische J ento Mecha, glente di Departo-i
School of un uinivesidad mestet tin mento Mechancal dr Lago. 1o asmnu
School of Lin unlveisldad inestet tin tin position comparable na Refincilt
suficiente studio basico den mate-n Pi Anuav di Ceomale naia Refinel ai
matico V sclenola Estudionan di dl Aon1ay dil Cio illba ti n aa lonn-
MULO B v HBS B I t ncs; n con dplestamo cll tn ana;l tlln n-
MULO B y HBS B i ti neeStO zando na Juli E anhtn to il e ;asig-
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April 11, 1964 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
SL i Turning Around Lago's Mammoth NFAR and Alky No. 2 Units
SIs an Excersise in Coordination of Giant Jigsaw Puzzle
| The term "unit turnaround" is a the structure scheduled to come down tempted here, and it proved highly
Z ,o familiar one to many Lago employ- also functioned as a support for the successful.
ees who are in daily contact with overhead condensers a unit that With the greater durability prov-
t 7"1 much of the large refinery equip- cools the gaseous materials proces- ided by the new suspended wall fur-
S\ ment. Much of this contact, however, sed in the tower and condenses them nace, along with regular on-stream
is often on a partial and specialized into such products as propane, bu- inspections, the unit is expected to
basis, somewhat akin, perhaps, to tane and isobutane. The condensers function from three to five years be-
S- individual pieces in a giant and corn- and accompanying piping required fore another turnaround is required.
plex jigsaw puzzle. relocation at ground level. The Alky No. 2 turnaround re-
The NFAR and Alky No. 2 units, Along with the Lago work force, quired ten days, and a total of 19,000
both down recently for turnarounds, members of the Chicago Bridge and manhours were expended to accom-
provided an opportunity to view the Iron Company, performed much of plish the task. The labor cost portion
interrelationships of factors involved the structural work needed on both amounted to Fls. 54,000. Cost of ma-
In an undertaking of this size. units. trials for the project was Fls. 140,000.
Much of the turnaround pre-work, Again, much of the work was done
In the NFAR, originally construct- such as scaffolding, was performed prior to and following shutdown.
ed in September, 1960, the furnaces prior to the unit's shut down and a Though down for a shorter period
RETIREMENT LUNCHEON honoring William R. Coakley is attended by, had a gravity wall constructed of in- d il tica than NAR, the Aky No. 2 don-
left to right, W. A. Murray, E. Boyack, Mrs. uriel Coakley, B. S. sulating firebrick. Over a period good deal still continues. The critical than NAR, the Alky No. 2 down-
IiA Murro, H. E. R n ana d G. a Coa B. sulating firebrick. Over a per o d of work, of course, was done during the time proved more critical and ex-
i urro, H. J. Richardson and G. anson time, hot gases, particularly vana- shutdown. Over 25,000 manhours pensive since it wasn't possible to
dium pentoxide, accelerated the de- were expended to accomplish the make similar switchovers as had
In speccion di NFAR y Alky No. 2 terrat of te walls and, ui- mammoth task on the NAR, with been done with NFAR. In this case,
a te ors ora in oth c e. T the CBI force accounting for some product losses were considerably
Ta Irgual cu Tra ao di un RoItpecabez Ond ma this t me.e hourly wage, labor costs alone The successful combining of men
E terminologia "bahamento di plant" ta uno familiar pa hopi em- One measure of the hugeness of amounted to over Fls. 70,000. and materials to accomplish the feat
pleadonan di Lago cu ta den contact diario u hopi di e equiponan the job is pointed out by noting that of turning around giant units such
grpleadonandi di refineria. Hopi u ta den contact diakio cu hopi di e equiponan Lago's NEAR unit, perhaps the big- Materials Fs. 235,000 as NEAR and Alky No. 2 are neces-
ariba un base parcial specialize, algo similar cu podiser e piezanan gest refinery furnace in this hemis- The material costs for bricks, steel, sary at any refinery whether it be
individual den un figure gigantesco di rompecabez. here, required six week just to erect insulation, approached Fls. 235,000. Lago or a counterpart on the other
E plantanan di NFAR y Alky No. the scaffolding. This has been term- The new suspended wall required side of the globe. Performance of
S a baha recientemente pa ed one of the biggest scaffolding some 60,000 bricks of fifteen to eight- these tasks in an efficient, correct
2, cu ambos a baha uecentemente pa plant tabata fuera di operation. feats at this refinery. een inches in length. Set end to end, and rapid manner ultimately show
a mia e inter-elaco n od or an como 25,000 ora di trabao At Alky No. 2, the structure sur- the bricks would extend more than up as that group's relative position
pa mvia e nter-relacon d factornano a worde us pa logra e trabao gigan- rounding the towers, the steel plat- fourteen miles. Three hundred and in the world's highly competitive pe-
nvolvi den un trabao di e tamanjo tesco ariba NFAR, mientras e traha- forms, stairways and other means of nine four-foot-square crates were troleum markets.
Eak. dornan di Chicago Brdge a traha access to the towers were in need of needed to ship the bricks to Aruba. Unit turnarounds are indeed a
tabata constri na September 1960 promedio representative di sueldo major repairs. An estimate of the Ordinarily, one of the large cost giant jigsaw that must not only be
tabatn un fotino cu un mmraya con-1 por, e coso di trahadornan sol ta costs involved for the considerable factors during the turnaround in- fully coordinated, but must be per-
strui di piedra pac want ca la cono- a o di trahadornan sol ta work necessary in that case provid- volves "downtime". In the case of formed in a way so as to not fall out
mo insulador. Over un perodo di tem- ed an incentive to completely tear NFAR, however, the LEAR unit was of step with the rest of the industry
po, gasnan cayente, en particular E costo di material pa blokki, down all the tower structures above able to take up much of the proces- which continually moves ahead
vanadium pentoxide, a danja e mu- staal, insulacion, etc. ta acerca the first platform and rebuild them. sing slack. This was the first time toward greater efficiency and pro-
raya hopi y ultimamente algun parti Fls. 235,000. E muraya di un sistema One problem that arose was that an adaptation of this kind was at- duction.
a cay Esaki tabata e motibo prnci- nobo, por ehempel, tabatin mester di d
pala reparaconna temo 60000 blokk di 15e 8 duimarg jersey First Oil Company nnan d n rialdad di Holanda
S ,A ,dd ,, n ,ad e Si pone nan un tras di otro, nan lo o i ..
trabao ta, ta word munstrR ora
hende no ta cu e plant NFAR di
Lago, cual podiser tin e foino mas
grand di tur refinera den e hemis-
ferio, tabatin mester di seis siman
solamente pa traha stelashi. Esaki a
worde yama uno di e trabao di ste-
lashi di mas grand cu nunca antes
tabatin den refinerla.
Reparacion Grandi
Na plant Alky No 2, e estructura
lond di e tower-nan, e plaLaforma-
nan di staal, trapinan y otro medio-
nan pa yega na e tower-nan tabatin
mester di reparacion grand. Un cal-
culacion di e costo involvi pa e con-
siderable trabao necesario den tal
caso, a duna un motibo fuerte pa
tumba abao por complete tur e es-
tructuranan di e tower mas ariba cu
e promer plataforma y pa traha nan
di nobo.
Un problema cu a presentA tabata
cu e estructura cu mester a worde
tumbA tambe tabata sirbi como un
awanta pa un condenser mas ariba
cual ta un unidad cu ta fria e ma-
terlalnan den forma di gas cu ta rn-
cibi un process den e tower y ta con-
densa nan den tal productonan ma-
nera propano, butano y isobutano.
E condensernan y tuberia acompan-
jante master a ser cambia di lugar
na nivel di tera.
Hunto cu e trahadornan di Lago,
miembronan di Chicago Bridge and
Iron Co. a traha hopi di e trabao
structural necesario pa ambos uni-
dadnan.
Hopi di e trabao promer cu e re-
paracion, manera stelashi, a worde
poni promer cu e plantanan a baha
y un cantidad di e trabao aki ta si-
gui ainda. E trabao mas critic, na-
turalmente, a worde haci durante cu
NEW ARRIVALS
February 23
GIEL, Bruno Lago Commissary: A
daughter. Regina Jacenta
February 24
ARRINDELL, Granville L. Machinist: A
daughter. Jessica Miranda
WEVER. Levie B. Comptroller: A daugh-
ter. Louella Camila
February 27
ALBERTSZ, Rosindo Medical: A son,
SKenneth Gregory
February 28
Van Der Biezen, Juan C&LE: A son.
Walter Marion
February 20
LACLE. Dominico Metal Craft; A son,
Ramiro Rosendo
THJZEN. Louis Acid & Edel.: A
daughter, Christine Bernadette
FUENTES, Miguel A. Yard; A son. En-
Ilquo MiZeuel
cubri un largura di mas cu diezcuater
milla. Un prueba di esaki ta cu 309
caha di cuatro pia cuadrd a ser usa
pa embarca e blokkinan pa Aruba.
Generalmente, uno di e factornan
mas grand di cost durante e repa-
racion ta e "tempo cu e plant ta
abao". Den e caso di NFAR, sinem-
bargo, e plant di LEAR tabata ca-
paz pa tuma over hopi di e trabao di
refinacion. Esaki tabata di promer
bez cu un adaptacion di e clase aki
ser purbA aki y el a proba di tabata
sumamente excitoso.
Awor cu un duracion mas grand
di operation ta asegurA door di e
muraya nobo den e forno, hunto cu
inspeccionnan durante operation, e
plant ta worde spera di por traha
entire tres te cinco anja promer cu
un otro turn di reparacion ta nece-
sario.
E reparacion na Alky No. 2 a tuma
diez dia y un total di 19,000 ora di
trabao a worde usA pa haci e tarea.
E costo di trahador a suma na mas
o menos Fls. 54,000. Costo di ma-
terial pa e proyecto ey a yega Fls.
140,000. Aki tambe, hopi di e trabao
a worde had promer y despues cu
a baha e plant.
Aunque e plant aki tabata abao
pa un period di tempo mas cortico
cu NFAR, e period cu Alky No. 2
tabata fuera di operation a proba di
tabata mas critic y mas costoso,
como no tabata possible pa haci en-
trecambio similar manera a ser hacd
cu NFAR. Den e caso aki, e perdida
di product, pasobra no tabatin otro
plant pa trahe, tabata hopi halto.
E combination cu exito di traha-
dornan y materialnan pa logra e ta-
rea aki di turn di reparacion na
plantanan grand manera NFAR y
Alky No. 2 ta necesario na cualkier
refineria, sea cu esaki ta na Lago of
na un otro refineria na otro parti di
globo. Cumplimento di e tareanan aki
den un manera eficiente, correct y
rapido al fin ta indica e position re-
lativo di e grupo den e mercadonan
mundial di petroleo cu ta sumamente
competitive.
Reparacionnan di plantanan ta en-
berdad manera un figure gigantesco
di rompecabez cu no solamente mes-
ter di complete coordination, pero
master word cumpll den tal form
pa e no bal for di paso cu e rest di
e industrial cual ta move continua-
mente adilanti pa mayor eficiencia y
production.
That Offered Road Maps
To Encourage Use of Fuels
The first modern-type road map
offered to motorists by an oil com-
pany was a map of New Jersey. It
was mailed to every auto owner in
the Garden State in 1923 by the
Standard Oil Company of New Jer-
sey.
The first map was made by Otto
Lindberg, founder of General Draft-
ing, Inc. He still makes maps for
Humble Oil & Refining Company. It
was the forerunner of more than 345
million road maps which have been
distributed by Humble and its affili-
ated companies over the past forty
years.
The map was revolutionary in its
innovations. For the first time in
map-making history, Mr. Lindberg
had undertaken to classify all roads.
He used colored ink to identify first-
class roads and distinguished
routes and other roads. He
names of towns in different
indicate their relative size
included numerous items of
ation to help the motorist.
through
set the
sizes to
and he
inform-
New Roads
Among the items Mr. Lindberg in-
cluded on the New Jersey map was
the dotted-line indication of new
roads under construction. It wasn't
long before people began writing in
to ask if certain of these roads had
been completed. Other questions and
requests for information, all stimula-
ted by the map, also appeared in the
mail. As best they could, Mr. Lind-
berg and his staff attempted to ans-
wer each inquiry. Eventually, out of
this informal information service
evolved today's Humble Touring
Service.
The most important feature of
this first map was that it was highly
accurate and easy to read.
Oil companies offer free road maps
and travel information to the mot-
oring public to encourage more auto-
mobile travel and greater consump-
tion of motor fuels and lubricants.
Do they succeed?
Humble's map-makers have count-
less examples to prove that they do.
They once added an obscure and
little-known shrine as a point of in-
terest on one of the state maps. The
shrine was at the end of a dead-end
Por Enhancha 'Clima' Cultural di Aruba
Entre e frialdad, nieve y nublina di un invierno tipicamente Holan-
des, miembronan di Conseho Advisorio pa Colaboracion Cultural entire
e Partinan di Reinado Holandes a reuni na Holanda recientemente y e
resultadonan di nan esfuerzo por muy bien mehor, e clima cultural di
Aruba.
J. H. Beaujon di Departamento di
Relaciones Industrial, kende tambe
ta president di Centro Cultural di
Aruba, a tuma parti den e delibera-
cionnan como uno di e tres miembro-
nan di Antillas y ariba su regreso
tabata entusiastico tocante e pro-
greso logra na e reunionnan.
Mientras na Holanda, Sr. Beaujon
tambe a tene discussion cu Dr. M. D.
This, Secretaro di Sticusa, y a pidi
pa beurs adicional worde poni dis-
ponible pa hobennan Arubano. Ac-
tualmente tin tres Arubiano ta stu-
diando na Holanda cu un ayudo di
beurs di Sticusa.
Como parti di e actividadnan di e
Conseho Advisorio, Sr. Beaujon a
participa den viahenan na various
provincia di Holanda, manera Fries-
land, cual ta uno di e provincianan
mas bieuw di Holanda. Na Friesland
e grupo a bishita Bolsward, un ciu-
dad formed segun un alianza bieuw.
Ariba un viahe pa Noord Holland,
e grupo a bishita e Museo di Zuider-
zee na Enkhuizen, cual ta un museo
marino di gran fama.
Na Limburg nan a bishita e capi-
tal Maastricht y e Burgemeester a
hiba nan ariba un paseo den Nee
Cannes, un kasteel reconstrui cual
awor ta worde usa como un restau-
rant. Uno di e ideanan basic cu a
worde trecl padilanti den tur e reu-
nionnan tabata cu lugarnan histo-
rico mester worde restore y master
busca un uso pa nan envez di sola-
mente instalA, un plaquette y despues
laga e lugar historic of monument
atrobe keda descaido. Combinacion-
nan commercial, manera restaurant-
nan, tabata proyectonan cu a haya
acogida favorable.
Un trabao grand di restoration cu
cual Sr. Beaujon a cerra conoci na
road and had never attracted many
visitors. In the first year after it
appeared on the map, so many mo-
torists turned off to visit it that the
caretaker couldn't handle the situa-
tion. He asked the map-makers to
leave his shrine off the map the next
time, and they did.
Maastricht tabata e Basilico, un mi-
sa bieuw cu a worde renobA comple-
tamente y a word poni atrobe na
uso. Durante e renobacion, various
trabaonan grand di arte cu tabata
cubri pa verf of pleister a sali na
claridad. E misa, asina a word des-
cubri, tambe ta posee uno di e or-
gelnan mas bieuw di Holanda y esaki
tambe a worde drechi door di e
mes firm cu a traha e orgel di e
Misa Protestant di Oranjestad.
Arm. cu various ideanan cu a surgi
for di e intercambio cu otro miem-
bronan di Reinado, Sr. Beaujon tin
speranza cu un program grand di
restoration di monument por ser or-
ganizA na Aruba. Den e coneccion ey,
el a nota cu Centro Cultural lo
spera un cooperation intimo cu e
organization Aruba Nostra reciente-
mente formal, particularmente tocan-
te cuido y percuracion pa edificionan
bieuw y monumentonan.
Diesdos A Ricibi Oloshi
DiOro en Reconocimento
Di Cuarto Siglo di Empleo
Diesdos empleado a drenta fila di
e categoria di 25 anja di servicio e
luna aki. Nan cuarto siglo di empleo
a worde reconocl na ceremonianan
na Centro di Recepcion durante cual
nan a worde presentA oloshinan di
oro door di Director F. W. Switzer.
E diesdos recipientenan aki a au-
menta e cantidad di empleadonan cu
25 anja di servicio na 1424.
Esnan honra na e ceremonianan
April 1 tabata R. A. Jong, di Utili-
ties; y A. Lambertus y C. M. Becker
di Light Oils Finishing. C. A. Na-
loop di Departamento di Marina di
Equipo Flotante tambe a ricibi un
oloshi di binti cinco anja di servicio.
Ocho di Departamento Mechanical
a keda honrA. Nan tabata: J. Fran-
ken, F. Henriquez y R. E. Bryson di
Section di Metal; R. H. Vint Jr. di
Storehouse; J. Ridderstap di Servi-
clo pa Edificionan; y A. M. Arends,
W. A. Amzand y L. L. McGrew di
Seccion di Equipo.
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS April 11, 1964
SLOP OIL and water are dumped in primary separator, left, and as oil is skimmed off top,
it flows back into tankage. Skimmer in secondary separator, center, picks up flow which
bypasses the primary unit. Tertiary separator, right, is floating oil boom that channels oil
hack to secondary separator.
AZETA SUSHI y awa ta word manda pa e separador primario, robez, y mientras azeta ta
worde recogi for di e parti mas ariba, el ta ser manda back pa tankinan. Un espumador den
separador secundario, centro, ta recoge loke ta pasa bai for di e unidad primario. Di tercer
separador, drechi. ta un aparato flotante cu ta manda e azela pa e separador secundario.
Oil Conservation Is Important Factor In Efficient Refinery Operation
Lago Ta Recoge 40,000 Baril Pa Luna Lago 'Slop Systems' Recover 40,000 Barrels Monthly,
Pero 4500 Baril Adicional Perdi Pa Dia But Additional 4500 Barrels Are Lost Every Day
Den mundo petrolero di awendia cu ta sumamente mecanizi y inten- In today's highly mechanized and keenly competitive oil industry,
samente competitive, e media di operation di un organization mester the measure of an organization's operation must be taken in relation
word tumi en relaccion cu su abilidad pa evitf y rebahA gastamento. to its ability to avoid or lessen waste. Essentially, the refinery that can
Esencialmente, e refineria cu por ta mas cerca di saka un baril di pro- most nearly obtain a barrel of product from a barrel of crude will en-
ducto for di un baril di crudo lo ricibi un ventaha di prijs di mercado joy a market price advantage when competing against refineries with
Den mundo petrolero di awendia
cu ta sumamente mecaniza y inten-
samente competitive, e media di
operation di un organization mester
worde tuma en relaccion cu su abili-
dad pa evita y rebahA gastamento.
Esencialmente, e refineria cu por ta
mas cerca di saka un baril di pro-
ducto for di un baril di crudo lo ri-
cibi un ventaha di prijs di mercado
ora el ta competi contra refmeria-
J 4'-''
j. JS :
NETWORK OF sewers picks up
oil and water discharges at differ-
ent units and channels them into
the slop oil system. If valves aren't
closed properly, overloading of the
separators may occur or there may
be a loss due to evaporation.
UN SISTEMA di riool ta recoge
azeta y awa cu ta bai for di varies
plant y ta dirigi nan pa un siste-
ma di recoge azeta sushi. Si e
valve-nan no ta cerra bon, e sepa-
rador por bai over of por tin per-
dida door di evaporacion.
nan cu tin un factor mas halto di
perdida.
Conservacion di azeta, pesey, ta
vitalmente important na e abilidad
di un refineria pa competi cu exito
ariba un base mundial.
Pa Lago, e factor aki ta haya un
importancia ainda mas grand como
resultado di su position exceptional
den industrial petrolero excepcio-
nal pasobra ariba Aruba no tin ni
azeta ni un mercado grand pa azeta
y promer cu e promer gota di crudo
ta drenta un plant di refinacion, nos
por ta sigur cu el a costa mas placa
pa transport e petroleo pa Lago cu
un refineria similar cu tin fuente di
petroleo mas cerca.
Den e sentido aki, e esfuerzonan
pa conservation di petroleo ta haya
nificacion mas grand y mas pers-
pectiva
Conocemento corn esaki ta word
haci y particularmente te na ki dis-
tancia, ta sirbi tanto como in re-
conocemento di e lectitad demonstra
door di empleadonan di Lago y en
general como un recordatorio cu un
trabao hopi mas grand ainda ta ke-
da adilanti cu loke a keda logra caba.
Actualmente, como 40,000 baril pa
luna ta worde haya back door di un
numero di metodo y aparatonan Den
menos cu un anja, tin bastante pe-
troleo recobra pa yega e cantidad di
production total di 440,000 baril pa
un dia.
Pa medio di un sistema di nool,
hopi di e petioleo cu ta bai perdi na
e plantanan ta worde hibA pa on se-
parador primario, un sistema di ocho
lugarnan grand, utilizando dos prin-
cipionan basico, esta cu azeta y awa
no ta mescla y cu azeta ta mas liher
cu awa.
E petroleo "sushi" hai ta cocro bai
den e separador primario na unda
awa tambe ta bai, asma cu e azeta ta
keda ariba. Un pomp ta manda e
parti mas ariba pa tankinan. Tanki-
nan 409-410-411 ta ser usA pa e ob-
heto aki
Manera tur otro cos, sinembargo,
e separador primario tin solamente
cierto capacidad y ora su capacidad
yega mane a ta secede hopt bez, e
awa y azeta di mas ta bat over ma-
nera tn wateival E salida pa e awa
tambe ta sirbi pa laga e awa bai
(Contirnil no pftlym 5
DEFECTIVE PACKING glands or
defective bleeder valves will cause
leaks such as depicted. Often, as a
result of negligence, a valve will
not be closed properly and oil loss
occurs.
EMPAQ'ETADURA DEFECTIVE
of valve-nan botador defective lo
causa leknan manera ta ilustri.
Hopi bez, como resultado di negli-
gencia, un valve no ta ser cerra
bon y azeta ta bai perdi.
a higher loss factor.-- -
Oil conservation, therefore. is vi- amount of spill and another arran-
tally important to a refinery's ability gement, the tertiary unit, attempts
to compete successfully on a world- i to take ip the slack.
wide basis. The tertialy unit is a floating oil
For Lago, this factor takes on, boom, a hose filled with an that is
even greater importance as a result designed to collect oil that bypasses
of its unusual position in the petro- the secondary separator The hose,
leum industry -- unusual because on: attached to both sides of a bank,
Aruba there is neither oil nor a channels the top layers of oil along
large oil market, and before the first' its surface to a water eductoi on
drop of crude enters a piocessmg floating sk;mmer A pump operating
unit, it has cost more money to on the siphon principle then pumps
transport the oil to Lago than to a the oil back into the secondary sepa-
similar refinery with adjacent oil rator The three units are commonly
resources referred to as the slop oil system
In this light, the efforts toward Oil is often lost by way of spills
oil conservation take on greater at the unit In these cases, Mag-Kem
meaning and perspective. trucks are dispatched to the scene
Knowledge of how this is done and of the spill Equipped with laige va-
particularly to what extent, serve cuum pumps, the familiar blue tuicks
both as an acknowledgement of the literally suck up the splashing oil
conscientiousness displayed by Lago and then deliver it to the separation
employees and on the whole as a units.
reminder that a far larger job re- As a result of leaks in pipelines,
mains ahead that what has already tanks and sewers, celtan quantities
be accomplished. of oil seep into the ground In oldei
Presently, about 40,000 barrels a to recover as much of this los- as
month are recovered through a num- possible, some twelve wells have been
ber of methods and devices. In less drilled into the ground down to the
than a year, there is enough oil le- \ate table. Oil that seeps into the
covered to equal one day's -440,000 ground gravitates down to this
bar' els -throughput
By way of a network of stweis,
much of the oil lost at the units is
channeled to the primary separatol,
an arrangement of eight laige bays
utilizing two basic principles, nam-
ely that oil and water don't mix
and that the oil is lighter of the two
This "slop" oil flows to the prii-
mary separator unit where water al-
so flows into the bays, causing the
oil to rise to the sui face. A sklmmelr-
pump combination sends it back into
tankage. Tanks 409-10-11 ale used
for this purpose
Like anything else, however, the
primary separator has certain capa-
cities and when these points ale
reached, as they so often ale, there
is a waterfall that serves as an out-
let for both excess water and oil
The water outlet also serves the
function of letting a thin film of
water flow off, continually providing
a slight movement in the pools.
which allows the oil to float to theI TANKlS HAVE some three to five
top where the skimmer can lenlove inches of ,aler to protect against
it When the outlet is overloaded. undiscovered leaks. Water is drain-
both oil and water overflow in laige ed off before fuel is loaded. At rate
quantities and these then enter the of flow indicated in photo, some
secondary separator Some of the FIs. 542 an hour would be lost if
lighter products such as gasoline the tank held aviation fuel.
may be lost at this point as a result TANKINAN TIN como tres It cin-
of evaporation co dinim di awa pa protection con-
In the secondary sepalator, both tra leknan cu no ser descubri. E
oil and water are in a large pond. A awa ta ser sakl promer cu c azeta
pan skimmer floats across the top, word carga door di bapornan. Na
channeling the oil into an attached razon di e flujo indicii den e por-
suction pump and sends it flowing tret, como FIs. 542 pa ora lo bai
back to the tanks. Overloading at perdi si e tanki tahata contene
this stage, too, causes a certain combustible di aviation.
WATER OU'TLET or weir allows
a thin flow of water oier its edge
to proude a slight muoveentn in
the primary separalor. This allow.
oil to float to tie top %here it call
be skimmed off.
BOTAI)EIA DI awa ta perniti un
poco awa hai o\er na rand lpa din.l
tin iiovemrento ]en den e selala-
dor primario. Esaki la haci cu e
azeta la hil drihba .na ida del per
ser recogi.
\Vatei tiek' 'a levell n, l. inmps plac-
-d at Liiffel cit, lat'gi plntl- will
gathli this up and send it bIl k intt,
thi' -ln p il system
T, (coibint il losses in tanks be-
Lmic' of difec '\Tiv and tIal(ing tank
)b tttil'ii, s,ie tllh e to, five inches,
of l' tel '.i e pla et I at the tank's
boitin In the event 'f a le ik. w'atec
trill seep 11ii polvlding Linm' li
discover ing the leak
Gtenei al i esponsibility foi i>il it'-
civeiy it L.o, lIests ith the Oil
Consei at.on Cummnitte.', .1 mlulip
made Iup it i ep e.sentativi. Iu'll
tilh Techlnl,, ,Me hanmcal. Pi c.ss,
A i'tilnintg ind Ma;ine Dfept tents
It is tl i 'ti n ii-ttec s j. b t'l sil -
\-iv ,ind keep a \watchful ri' on Ill
hsses The .is l ls init ia lt' i e lin n-
dations fol nii ic tie' ili-'asul e
Then s i it'h geneirl ei -sponsibility,
but tile ultiit' and e\ edlingly
innlle sptii'l .blilatiIrn i l ts with
the individual Lag [] 'eip -L who l,
tllist not only keep pace ith each
ist i le t'iwa id gi etl t effitlent3
laide b\ the lndiustl. bit Ilmist re-
Iltiin Ahead ot his coulntli pll t on
ainothul point on the globe who pel-
haps night have a view of oil der-
inks fiom his bedi olnl window
It is esti mated that mine 40,1100
ballels ia lonlith ale i ectoveeid It is
al'o estimated that an idditlonal
4500 biarelcs are lost daily
It is acknowledged thit fti a por-
tion of that daily loss, Icoveiy is
almost ain impossibility. These ale
SC'.ii.. funi d oin puOl< '1
ARUBA ESSO NEWS
April 11, 1964
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A pril II. 1964 ARt'IIA ESSO NEWS
Archaeological Efforts Produce Windows
That View the Island's Past History
There was a time not too many years ago when playful children
were continually unearthing pottery and other remains of civilizations
and early inhabitants of Aruba. This was a common occurence and not
too much was thought about the findings since they were so readily
available.
Today, the outlook is .ianewhal
different and the i hes to the is-
land's heritage which lae offered by
these artifacts ale subjects of both
Ionvel station and examination
One evidence is tilhe iccen fo ni-
ition of the Alllba Nosti. and its
efforts toward collecting teli.es with
the hop1e olf iltliimtehly playing them
in a permanent mnliselim
The recent discovely at the Santa
Cli z rcmetel y has been titaced to a
group that inhabited the aiea p ior
to 1400 The Alawaks, as they weie
known, weie to be otind primanlly;
in the aleas of Santa Clliz. Sava-
nelai,, Tinki Fli and T;anki Leendert
The dis( lovely ol two pots, one
l.ige and one small is believed to,
he tih buiial plt., of a mnothei and'
school teat het
It is also believed that the ipob-
able homeland of the At awaks -was
the Pailagiana Penninsila since most
of the pottery styles die quite siml-
hl to th se that have been located
in Venezuela in recent years This
general design patten is called the'
Dabajiro style
Santa Cruz area has been the most
Iettile loat ion thus fal for these
a ti facts and when the school wias
built there litelallv hundreds were
lneal thed.
Still, arcllheological and geological
effoi ts in Altlba are in the develop-
nmental stage and many questions
remain unanswered Questions, fol
example, still siunound the huge
locks which are found only at certain I
locations on the island.
One interesting aspect is that many
of these rocks ale constantly dis-
Croes y Peters a Ricihi
Promocion April 1 den
Building, Services Seccion
Daniel V. Cioes y Louis N Peters,
anmbos di Seclon di Edificlo y Set-
viclo di Depattamento Mechanical. a
haya plomolcon April 1 SI Cioes.
tn empleado di 18 anja di servicio. a
avanza pa e poslcion hd Tianspolta-
tion Planner Sr Peters, kende tin Archeoloico Ta Duna un
over di bintl anja di seri\'cio cu co- o n
pania, a ser piomovi pa Foreman ia Ain a Histoia
Sr Cioe, si empleo a clummz- na sa siba Histoa
September 1945 como n Aen Pa do di a di Aruba
Mechanical D en Personal. Dos an- Pasado di sla di Aruba
Ja despues el a haya transfer pa Tabatin un tempo no much an-
Mechanical-Gareage como tin Senmor ja pas ecut muchanan jugeton ta-
Appi entice D El a avanzi pa Garage bata continuamente sacando weya
Helper v despues a subi den e tango- y otro restonan di civilizacionnan
nan di Corporal y a bira tin Despat- y inhabitantenan antiguo di Aruba
(her di Eqipoi den Mechanical-Gar- ariba tera. Esaki tabata algo comun
age na September 1955 El a ser y no much atencion tabata ser dcun
promovi pa Foreman den Mechanical- na e descubrmentonan aki como co
YaLd na Jult 1961, e position cual el nan tabata set hayd facilmente.
a ocnpa na tempo dc sit promotion di Awendia, e prospect ta in poco
April 1 Den diesocho anja, Sr Croes diferente y e indicacionnan c e ar-
a haya diescuater promotion tefactonan ta office na e pasado di
Sr Peters si di diestres promoelon e isla ta ambos topico rdi onveisa-
a hacie'le Foreman den Seccion di cion Lomo examination.
Edificto y Servicio Promer cu e pro- Aruba Nostra
nlocion ey, el tabata tin Dispatcher
di Equipo den Mechanical-Transpor- Un evidencia, naturalmente, ta e
tatlon, e position pa cual el haya leclente foirmacion di Aruba Nostra
promotion na Juli 1961. Su seivicio y nan esfuerzonan pa colecta e ies-
na Lago a cuminzA na Junl 1943 tonan aki den speranza di pone nan
comn tin Messenger B. El a avanza al fin den tin museo pelrmanente
door di e posicionnan di messenger, E reciente descubrimento na e
Apprentice Typist y Apprentice Santana di Santa Cruz a indica cu
Clerk, y na Met 1950, el a worde haci nan ta original di un grupo cu tabata
un Shop Clerk I den Mechanical- biba den e lugar ey banda promet cu
integrating and the result has been Garage.
that Aruba sand is considered ex-
cellent fo construction pulp)oses Twelve Presented Gold
Different ideas have been offered
for what an Aruba historical mu- Watches Marking Quarter
seumn would look like. One of the
prevalent ideas in this type of at- Century of Lago Employ
rangement these days is for a pana-
iamic approach where each room Twelve employees joined the twen-
would depict a distinct pet od in the
island's development This might be
in contrast to another type which
would place all pottery in one toom,
all utensils in another and clothing
in still another
I CONSERVATION
(Continued from page 4)
losses due to such factors as eva-
poration. Considerably mote than
half, upwaids of 7000 barrels each
day, are losses which could be re-
covered and ale the results of com-
binations of factors. These are fac-
tois, often involving carelessness,
which could be disposed of by ever
increasing awareness of the critical
nature of such losses and a greater
consciousness of Lago's unusual po-
sition in the petroleum industry.
The phrase "Stop Oil Loss" might
well be considered Lago's personal
challenge by the rest of the pet-
roleum world.
ty-five-year service ranks this month
Their quartet of a century employ-
ment was acknowledged at ceremo-
nies at the Reception Center during
which they weie presented gold
watches by Director F. W Switzer.
The twelve recipients increased
the number of Lago twenty-five-year
employees to 1424
Honored at the Apiil 1 ceremonies
wele R A Jong, Utilities, and A.
Lambeitus and C. M Becker of
Light Oils Finishing C. A. Naloop
of the Marine Department's Floating
Equipment received a twenty-five-
year watch
Eight from the Mechanical De-
partment were honored They were
J. Franken, F Henriquez and R. E
Bryson of the Metals Section, R. H.
Vmt, Jr of the Stoiehouse, J. Rid-
derstap of Building So vices, and A.
M Arends, W. A. Amzand and L. L.
McGrew of the Equipment Section.
GUESTS JOINING W. Roy Constable at his retirement luncheon are J.
H. Brown III, L. Wise, Mrs. W. R. Constable, H. H. Garig and Mrs. L.
Wise.
L
RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL discovery in Santa Cruz cemetery is
believed to hold the remains of a mother and child. More and more of
these findings are helping to answer questions about the island's early
history and its inhabitants.
RECIENTE DESCUBRIMENTO archeologico den Santana di Santa Cruz,
segun ta worde keri, ta contene e restonan di un mama y yiu. Mas y mas
di tal descubrimentonan ta yuda pa contest preguntanan tocante e his-
loria antiguo di e isla y su habitantenan.
anja 1400. E Idiannan Arawak, ma-
nera nan ta conoci, tabata ser hayd
principalmente den e bieindano dr C
Santa Cruz, Savaneta, Tanki Flip y O VaC
Tanki Leendert. (Continua di paginan 1) de'le back pa e sistema di recoge
E descubrimento di e dos weyanan, over poco-poco continuamente, can- azeta sushi
un grand y un chikito, segun ta sando asina un movement leve den Pa combat perdida di azeta den
word pensa, ta indica e lugar na e baki cual en turn ta haci e azeta tankinan pa motibo di defecto of lek
unda un mama y yiu a word derd, bin drief ariba awa, na unda el ta den bom di tankinan, como tres te
segun opinion di un maestro di worde saka door di e pomp. Ora e cinco duim di awa ta worde poni den
school di Santa Cruz. i lugar di basha over ta haya un can- e bom di e tanki. Den caso di un lek,
Tambe ta ser pensa cu e tela natal tidad demasiado, e azeta y awa ta e awa lo sali promer, local ta duna
di e Awaraknan ta Peninsula di Pa- bat over den cantidad grand y esaki- tempo pa haya e lek.
raguana, como mayoria di e estilo di nan ta bai anto den e separador se- Responsabilidad general pa reco-
e weyanan ta hopi similar na esnan cundalio. Sinembaigo, algun di e, bramento di azeta na Lago ta den
cu a worde encontrl na Venezuela productonan mas lihe manera gaso- man di e comision di conservation di
den anjanan reciente. E disenjo gen-i n podiser ta bai perdi na e punto azeta, un grupo cu ta consists di re-
eral y forma ta ser yama estllo Da- aki como resultado di evaporacion. presentantenan di Departamentonan
bajuro. Den e sepalador secundario, am- Tecnico, Mechanical, Process, Ac-
Santa Cruz ta e lugar mas flecu- bos azeta y awa ta bai den un plas counting y Marina. Nan trabao ta pa
ente na unda te awor e artefactonan grand. Un recogedor di azeta ta haci un studio y tene un bista cui-
aki a worde hayA y tempo cu e flota ariba e mescla, hibando e azeta dadoso ariba perdida di azeta. Nan
school a ser trahl aya, cast cien di na tn pomp cual ta mand6 back pa tambe ta duna recomendacionnan pa
nan a worde saka. e tankinan. Ora e lugar aki tambe medidanan corrective.
Sinembargo, esfueizonan archeolo- bai over, esaki tambe ta causa cu utn Nan responsabilidad ta general,
gico na Aiuba ainda ta den un es- cierto cantidad ta bat perdi, y pa pero e obligacion final y sumamente
tado di desaroyo y hopi pregunta ta esaki tin un tercer baki pa trata pa mas specific ta keda den man di
keda sin contest tocante obhetonan recoge loke plama afor. cada empleado individual di Lago
cu cual nos tin contact tur dia. E tercer unidad aki ta un hose flo- kende, mester worde admiti, no sola-
Hopi preguntanan, por ehempel, ain- tante yena cu aire pa recoge azeta mente master tene paso cu cada es-
da ta existi tocante e piedranan cu ta pasa over di e separador se- fuerzo pa mayor eficiencia haci door
giandl cu ta worde hayA solamente cundario E hose, cu ta marra na di e industria, pero mester keda adi-
na clerto lugainan ariba e isla ambos banda di e baki, ta hiba e lanti di su contraparte na otro pun-
Un aspect interesante ta cu hopi capa mas ariba di azeta pa un ex- to d globe, cu podiser por ta mira
di e piedranan ta desintegra con- traedor d awa of espumador flotan- e maquina di saka petroleo for di
stantemente y e resultado tabata tcu te. Un pomp cu ta opera mescos cu bentana di su kamber.
Aruba su santo ta set consider ex- Ln sifoon despues ta pomp e azeta Ta ser calculA cu mas o menos
celente pa construction pa motibo di back pa e separador secundario. E 40,000 baril pa luna ta worde reco-
su contenido halto di partisan di tires unidadnan geneialmente ta wor- bra. Tambe ta ser calcula cu un 4500
pledra. de referi como e sistema di azeta bail adicional ta bat perdi tur dia.
Diferente ideanan a worde presen- sushi. Ta set reconoci cu un parti di e
tA tocante con tin nnlseo historic Azeta ta ba perdi door di drama- perdida diano, ta casi impossible pa
pa Aruba lo mester ta. Uno di emento na e plantanan Den e caso- recobrA. Esakinan ta perdidas pa mo-
ideanan prevalent awendia tocante nan ak. Mag-Kem su trucknan ta tibo di tal factornan manera evapo-
e clase di arreglamento ta tin siste- worde mandd pa e sitio cu e azeta a racion. Sinembargo, considerable-
ma panoramic den cual cada salad drama. Nan ta equp u pompnan mente mas cu mitar, mas cu 2,000
lo itstra tin petodo dist iro den c. .
lo ilustra un peodo dstio den e vacuum grand ariba e trucknan fa- baril cada dia, ta perdidas cu por
desaroyo di e sia. Esaki per ta un miliar blaw y nan ta chupa e azeta worde recobra y ta resultadonan di
contrast cu un otto tipo, den cual cu a basha abao y despues ta entre- combinacionnan di clerto factornan.
por pone, pot ehempel, tur weya den ge'le pa e umdadnan di separation. Esakinan ta factornan, hopi bez in-
n sala, tur utencillios den tin otro, Come resultado di lek den tuberia, volviendo descuidao, cu por word
y podiser panja den un otro sala. tankinan y rioolnan n ciet to canti- elimina door di realize mas y mas e
dad di azeta ta penetra den tera. Pa naturaleza cntico di tal perdidas y
Schedule of Paydays recobra mas tanto di e perdida di door di ser mas concienzudo tocante
azeta aki, tin come diesdos poos cu Lago su position exceptional den in-
Semi-Monthly a word cobd den tera te na awa. dustria petrolero.
April 1-15 Thursday, April 23 Azeta cu ta bat den tera ta sigui bai E frase "Stop Perdida di Azeta"
te na e nivel di e awa aki y pomp- por bien ser consider como Lago su
Monthly nan instalA na diferente lugarnan desafio personal door di e resto di
April 1-30 Monday, May 11 strategic lo saka e azeta aki y man- mundo petrolero.
h. .A
ARUBA( ESSO NEWS 5
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A.\pril 11. 1964
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6 ARUBA ESSO NEWS April 11, 1961
Fila di Atletas Lo Yena Sport Park
Cu Eventonan Programa Pa April
E resto di April lo present un program complete di actividadnan
na Lago Sport Park, yegando un climax cu e Olimpiada di Anja di La
Reina, cual podiser ta e event principal di tur anja di e station. Ariba
April 17, lo tin e wega final pa campeonato den e competition insular
di softball, cu ta en progress awor. Diezsiete team ta involve den e
competition eliminatorno. Ariba e
mes anochi ey, e trofeo lo word
present na e ganador di e competi-
cion di softball interdepartamental,
cual a cuminza April 1. Teamnan
representando tres grupo di emple-
ado, di Storehouse, Crafts y Oficina
Mavn' in tentina nitn wxpon tlan coIn
bata Seroe Colorado.
Ademas di e campeon pa defended
titulo den e encuentro, otro school-
nan programA pa compete ta La Sal-
le, Abraham De Veer. Aruba Tech-
nische School, Wilhelmina College,
tra cada uno. E ganador di e ter- St. Augustinus College, Commander
porada pasa tabata Storehouse. Un Pieter Boer School- y St. Antonius
trofeo pa softball femenno tambe College.
lo worde present e anochi ey. E eventonan progiamA ta: 100
National Leaguers Unfurl Array of Athletes Will Fill Sport Park
Campaign Colors April 13; With High-Gear Events on Program
Musial Throws First Ball th High-Gear Events on Program
The remainder of April will provide a full slate of activities at the
National League fans will be hold- Lago Sport Park, climating with the Queen's Birthday Olympiad, the
Ing their heads at least one degree stadium's major annual event.
higher when they initiate the 1964 On April 17, the islandwide softball competition, currently underway.
season April 13. will decide its champion. Seventeen teams are involved in that elimina-
Following last October's foul- I tion
game sweep of the mighty New York On the same night the title trophy ing champion, other schools sched-
Yankees by the Los Angeles Dod- will be presented to the winner of uled to compete are La Salle. Abla-
gers. the first time this had been ac- the Lago Intei-department softball i ham De Veer, Atuba Technical
complished since John McGraw's competition which began Apil 1i School, Wilhelmina College, St. Au-
Giants turned a similar feat in 1922, Teams representing thiee employee gustnmus College. Commandemu Pie-
sentiments were high that this was groupings, Storehouse, Crafts and ter Boet School, and St Antonnms
proof of the senior circuit's super-ior GOB Offices, will complete their College
pitching, a popular claim during re- r-ound robin events Last season's The events slated ate 10l-a.
cent yeasi winner was Stolehouse A girls disiscuss, 220-yard, shotput high
Cincinnati, oldest member im the softball trophy will be presented as jump, 440-yand, javeline. 440-vail
league, opens against the Houston I well that evening. relav hlioanl itn nrl hlf -mtile -i
ur- -|n d ha- lfmile ,11,
E siguiente anochi, come bint- yard; disco, 220 yard; lanzamento di Colt i4s, one or the more recent en-
cinco te trinta participate ta word bola di hero; bulamento halto; 440 tries as a result of the league ex-
spera di tuma part den e concurso yard; tiramento di speer: 440 yard pensions two seasons ago.
annual di hizamento di peso, cual lo estafette: bulamento leuw y carreda The remainder of the clubs in-
worde sigui door di un competition di mltar milla, augurate their campaign on April 14,
di "mehor curpa muscular," cual ttur E slgtuente merdia un concurso no- This season the National League
anja ta nombra "Mr. Aruba." Ken- bo ariba pista lo tuma lugar pa mu- Is host in the All Star game, slated
neth Rivers tin e titulo ey actual- cha homber y much muher te edad for July 7, at Shea Stadium
enter. di diesdoos anja Tal eventonan ma- Stan Musial, recently retried St
nera corremento den sake y pelea di Louis Cardinal stai, is expected to
Diez Evento cusinchi ta ariba list. I thow out the first ball of 1964
A~~~~inr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-a spn LCIattIi i ttn
Ariba April 24, teamnan represen-
tando ocho schoolnan di e isla lo
compete den un series di diez event
den encuentronan inter-escolar ariba
pista y veld. Ganadornan individual
di cada event lo ricibi medalja.
mientras e school cu acumula mayo-
ra puntos lo worde premia cu un
escudo. E ganador di anja pasa ta-
Ariba Aprill 27, e Lteamnall ul juldo
sport di e isla lo enfrenta e gruponan
di Curacao den un competition cu ta
program den tur e clasificacionnan
di faha,
Dos dia di eventonan ariba pista y
veld lo distingui e di binti-cuatro
Olimplada di Anja di La Relna cu ta
ariba lista pa Aptil 28 y 29 E event
I atletico principal di anja ta general-
Smente un event spectacular di unn
anochi, pelo slendo cu mas di cien
atleta ta ser spera di participa, e
DIrectiva di Lago Sport Park a pre-
fere pa extended e eventonan ariba
dos dia Seroe Colorado tabata e
team ganadoi di anja pasa
Weightlifters
The following night twenty-five to
thirty participants are expected to
engage in the annual weightlifting
contest to be followed by the body
beautiful competition which each
year names "Mr At ba" Kenneth
IRivers is the present title holder
On Aptil 24, Leams representing
eight island schools will compete in
a series of ten events in the inte -
school track and field meet Indivi-
dual event winners will receive me-
dals while the school amassing the
most points will be awarded a
shield Last yeatl's winner was Sei oe
Colorado High School
In addition to the meet'. defend-
The following afternoon a novelty
track meet for boys and gi is up to
age twelve is on the agenda and in-
, ludes such events as a sack l a<
Sand pillow fight
On Ap il 27, the island's spo t jud,
teams will engage Cuilacao squads
with competition scheduled in all
belt classifications
Two days of track and field events
will mark the twenty-fourth Queen's
Birthday Olympiad scheduled for
April 28 and 29. The year's majoi
athletic event is customarily a one
night spectacular, but with over one
hundred athletes expected to partw-i-
pate, the Lago Spolt Park Boaid
elected to extend the events oive
two days
Official National League Baseball Schedule for the 1964 Season
CHIC HOUSE
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