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Aruba Esso news

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Aruba Esso news
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PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.

July 9, 1965
















Hyacinthus T. Erasmus



Nuebe Ta Drenta

| Fila di Pensionista

Nuebe veterano di Lago ta) the Foundation for Re-Employment.

bai cu pension. Nan ta: Simon
E. Werleman, Vicente Lampe

Counseling Tested as Resettlement Aid

A test group of twenty employees has received counseling from

This is Lago’s most recent effort to help surplus personnel! find
new jobs in or outside Aruba. The Foundation’s program was
used last year to help the foreign staff early retirees re-locate

Programa Haldane
Ta Worde Getest Pa

Vicente Arends, David L. van) jn the United States.
Putten, Renie A. Jong, Hyacin-| At Lago the counseling pro-
thus T. Erasmus, Alexander C |gram is most commonly known
Vloor y Rudolfo Lampe. as the "Haldane Program”,
Cu su trinta y cinco anja dijnamed after its founder Ber-
servicio, Sr. Werleman ta esun|nard Haldane. The U.S. founda-
cu mas anja di servicio entre e|tion is a non-profit group dedi-
|pensionistanan. El tabata em-|cated by its charter to "help
|plea na October 29, 1929, den|people find and create new em-
Laboratorio. Despues el a bai|ployment opportunities, know
na Electrical, na unda el a avan- their best skills and talents and
|za pa Foreman y luego el a ser |appreciate how they may be a-
nombra Area Supervisor dapted and developed to meet
Sr. Vicente Lampe a stop di|changing job demands.”
traha Juli 1, despues di trinta y| During the counseling period,
un anja di servicio. El tabata the participant is questioned in
emplea como un peon na Jan.|depth about his past experien-
16, 1933 y despues el a bai ces, achievements, skills, enjoy-
Welding na unda el a bira Wel- ments, best abilities and natural
der A. talents. The participant is also
Un otro veterano di Lago cujasked to discuss the types of

tential. Many people don’t rea-
lize how much they can do,
Haldane notes, until it is point-
ed out convincingly by others.
"A man may be a second class | nleo,
carpenter,” Haldane said, "but| fsaki ta e esfuerzo mas re-
in his spare time he makes fine |ciente di Lago pa yuda personal
jcabinets like any good first | surplus haya trabaonan nobo na
class carpenter. Still, he may Aruba of pafor di Aruba. E pro-
jnot realize he is doing a first | srama die Foundation a ser usa
class job. y anja pasé pa yuda empleadonan
The "job power report” when foreign staff cu a bai cu pension
used properly, also helps the|ayanz4 anja pasa haya empleo
employee introduce himself nobo na Estados Unidos.
when applying for a job. In this) Na Lago e programa di duna
respect, the foundation issues a|conseho ta conoci generalmente
*Re-Employment Certificate” como "Programa di Haldane”,
describing the participants abi- y ta ser yam4 segun su funda-
lities and the kind of counseling | gor Bernhard Haldane. E Foun-
he has received. The foundation | gation di Estados Unidos ta un



Yuda cu Re-Empleo

Un grupo experimental di
binti empleado a recibi conseho
for di e Foundateion pa Re-Em-





mas di trinta anja di servicio ta employment he thinks he would |training also helps the indivi-
Sr. Arends, kende a principia like. Through constant question- | dual negotiate salary and estab-
como peon ariba Jan. 7, 1933.|ing and discussion, the em-|lish a base for advancement at
El ta retira como Chauffeur I. ployee is helped to obtain a/the time he starts his job.
Emplea cu Esso Transporta-jrealistic and complete view of|
tion ariba Feb. 24, 1932, Sr. van/all his abilities.
Putten a traha na Seccion di} After the questionnaire and| ‘The results of last year’s
Verf promer di a haya cambio|discussions are analyzed, the | counseling effort with the ex-
pa Equipo Flotante di Marina.|participant gets back a ”job/patriate group were, according
Aki el a progresa for di helper| power report.” This outlines his |to Haldane, that "anybody who
di machinist di remolcador pa|best abilities and defines areas |was really looking for a job ob-
Oiler. E] tin trinta y un anja di|of interest. The report also sug-|tained employment within three
servicio. gests opportunities the partici-|months. Overall, 82 per cent
Sr. Jong a pasa tur su binti-|pant might pursue. were employed. Several only left
| Seis anja na Lago den Utilities.) Generally, the program helps| Aruba recently, others were
El a cuminsa su carera como|, person see all of his real po-|first taking extended vacations
|peon ariba April 1, 1939 y na arate jand several were planning early
aaa el a oe oe Lago Statistics Reveal |retirement in the real sense.”
Shi oreman, cual tabata e ul- . * The present test group pro-
Industrial Injury Rate ‘ ariets

timo posicion cu el a ocupa. jgram is being administered

Sr. Erasmus ta pensiona co- 7 1 | throug’ S -
mo Operator den Dinas na Sliced Almost in Half Pee Mani oP ae aioe
unda el tabata traha desde 1939.) Lago’s On-the-Job injury rate|in the test group are planning
|Promer di 1939, el a traha den e through May 1965 shows almost) resettlement in Holland. Aids
Labor Department bieuw. Su a fifty percent improvement o-| being used to further assist the
servicio ta yega un total di mas |ver the injury rate in 1964. Last group include a movie showing
di binti-seis anja. year all departments averaged|a resettled Lago employee in

Desde 1945, Sr. Vloor a traha about twenty injuries per) Holland. Scenes show him both
cu Seccion di Metal, na unda el month. In 1965 it has been re-|at home with his family and on
|a atene e posicion di Smid A. El duced to eleven injuries per the job. 5



Positive Results





|grupo cu no ta traha pa ganan-
|cia y cu ta dedica segun su sta-
tutonan pa "yuda hende haya y
crea oportunidadnan nobo di
empleo , pa conoce nan mehor
abilidadnan y talentonan y apre-
|cia com esakinan por ser adapta
y desaroya pa satisface deman-
das di trabao cu ta cambiando.”’
Durante e periodo di duna
conseho, e participante ta ser
|puntra profundamente tocante
|su experiencia y exitonan den
pasado, abilidadnan, placernan,
mehor talentonan natural. E
participante tambe ta ser pun-
tra pa discuti e clase di empleo
cu el ta pensa el lo desea. Door
di constante preguntas y discu-
sion, e empleado ta ser yuda pa
/obtene un vista realistico y com-
|pleto di tur su abilidadnan.
| Despues cu e questionario y
discusionnan a ser analyza, e
participante ta haya back un
"Raport di Potencia pa Tra-
|bao”. Esaki ta munstra su me-
hor abilidadnan y ta indica e
asuntonan cu ta di interes pe.
(Continua na pagina 2)



a stop di traha siman pasa cu month. pea : .
Cifra di Desgracia

binti-dos anja di servicio The Mechanical Department
E cifra di desgracia na tra-

Pijpfitter Franken ta retira has improved its injury rate
cu pension despues di binti-dos | from thirteen per month in 1964
anja cu Lago. Su empleo tabata|to five per month in 1965. The|bao na Lago te Mei 1965 ta in-
na Mei 6, 1942, como un peon na | Process Department has reduced |dica un mehoracion di casi 50
Dry Dock. Despues el a cambia jts rate from five per month to|porciento ariba e cifra di des-
pa Seccion di Tuberia, di Depto. three per month. gracia na 1964. Anja pasa, tur
Mechanical. The Technical Department is|departamentonan tabatin un
Sr. Rudolfo Lampe, un Clean-|the oniy department that rec-|average di mas o menos binti
outman cu mas di dieznuebe an-|ords a slight increase in its|desgracia pa luna. Na 1965 esa-
ja di servicio, lo stop di traha o-|number of injuries from less|ki a reduci te na diezun desgra-
tro siman. El a cuminza na April than one per month in 1964 to|cia pa luna
1937 y a traha den Depto. di La-| exactly one per month through Departamento Mechanical a
bor y tambe na Shipyard. May of 1965. - |mehora su cifra di desgracia for





Vicente Arends Jacobo M. Franken

Industrial Rebaha

di dieztres pa luna na 1964 pa
cinco pa luna na 1965. Departa-
mento di Process a rebaha su
cifra di desgracia for di cinco
pa luna te tres pa luna.

Departamento Tecnico ta e
unico departamento cu a anota
un aumento menor den su canti-
dad di desgracia for di menos di
juno pa luna na 1964 te na exac-
tamente uno pa luna pa e perio-
do te Mei di 1965.









Aruba EssON EWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES.

BY LAGO OIL & TR.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

ANSPORT CO., LTD.

July 9, 1965

Embhahador Harry Wever Ta Conferencia
Cu Anterior President Harry Truman

Estudiantevan di Lago cu ta bao su responsabilidad den es-
tranheria no ta ser permiti pa acepta empleo pa parti di tempo.

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

E. Villanueva, Editor
J. De Cuba, Photographer

J. E. Thodé, Publications Asst.
A. Kock, Photo Asst



Good-Will Ambassador H. Wever Confers
With Former President Harry Truman

Lago sponsored students abroad are not allowed to accept

part-time employment.
Harry Wever is an exception.

But he has the blessing of Lago and everyone else concerned.
Harry is one of Aruba’s most active good-will ambass.dors.

Presently, Harry is studying
accounting under Lago’s Edu-
cational Assistance Program
(LEAP) at Kansas University

in Lawrence, Kansas. When he |

has spare time away from his
studies, he has a full slate of
ambassadorial duties.

Naturally, one main respon- |
sibility of any ambassador is|
to meet presidents. Recently,
Harry had the chance to meet
former U.S. President Harry S.
Truman. Last month, as the}
Netherlands Antilles represen-
tative, he attended a luncheon
honoring Mr. Truman on his
81st birthday. It was no small}
affair. Seventy nations were re- |
presented. At the function,
both Harrys were photograph-|
ed together.

Meeting with Press

In a letter to Lago Training
Coordinator Carlos de Cuba,
Harry described the experience
as "one of the greatest mo-
ments of my life.”

Ambassadors are often
sought ~out by the press for
their opinions. Ambassador
Wever is no exception.

In an article in the Lawrence
Daily Journal-World, Harry
compared different aspects of
the Aruban and U.S. school
systems. He also discussed La-
go and Aruba in general.

After having lived in sunny

Aruba all his years, one might |

expect Harry to have some
| Programa
(Continua di pagina 1)

E raport tambe ta sugeri opor-
tunidadnan na cual e participan-
te por dedica su mes.

En general, e programa ta
yuda un persona mira tur su

|problems adjusting to a coun-
try with different climate and
customs.

According to the newspaper
jarticle, this is not true in Har-
ry’s case. Harry has not only
become used to such winter-
time items as chains, snow tires
and anti-freeze, he "likes the
changes of seasons, especially
the snow.”

He has also gained a special
attachment to his school. He
says that "both Kansas Uni-
versity and Lawrence are bet-
ter than I expected. I’m crazy
about the wide open spaces. My
family and I spend much of our
free time touring the state.”
Needless to say, the article no-
tes that Harry is in turn one of
the state’s greatest boosters.

About the LEAP program,
the article reports, "He earns
70 per cent of his salary, plus
funds for tuition, books and
other school expenses. All the
company asks is ’don’t accept

and see we get copies of your
grades. Graduate and then re-
turn to Aruba to work for us.
However, in Harry's case,
both Lago and Lawrence are
encouraging his part time am-
bassador’s job.”
| Presently, Harry is enrolled
|in the summer sessions. By at-
tending the summer sessions, he
hopes to complete his studies in
‘three years instead of four.

di Haldane

expatriadonan tabata, segun Sr.
Haldane, cu "tur cu tabatua real-
mente buscando un trabao a ha-
|ya empleo dentro di tres luna.
En general, 82 porciento a ser
re-emplea. Hopi di nan a laga



outside employment, study hard |

yor!

berdadera posibilidadnan. Hopi| Aruba poco tempo pasa, otronan
hende no ta realiza ki hopi nan promer a tuma vacacion largo y
por haci, Sr. Haldane ta nota, varios tabata planea pa tuma
sino te ora esey ser munstraé na un pension avanza.”

nan door di otronan na un ma-| E programa pa e grupo expe-
nera convencedor. ’'Un homber rimental ta bao encargo di e
por ta un carpinter segunda Comité pa Re-Establecemento.
clase,” Sr. Haldane a bisa, ’pe-|E personanan den e grupo expe-

ro den su tempo liber el ta tra-|rimental tin plan pa re-establece



Harry Wever

Hendrik Van Der Kuyp Is
Suggester-of-the-Month;
‘Awarded Fis. 690 Prize

Hendrik Van der Kuyp, was
named suggestor-of-the-month
|for June. His suggestion to in-
stall T-connections on laterals
at No. 3 Finger Pier earned him
| Fils. 690.

Mr. Van der Kuyp, an opera-
tor in the Process Oil Move-
ments, suggested that a T-late-
|ral be installed between No. 6
jand No. 7 and also No. 16 and
No. 17 laterals on the north side



of No. 3 Finger Pier. The sug-|

gested T-connections permit the
\loading of different grades of
products at the same time, and
thereby speed up overall loading
rates and tanker turnaround.

Harry Wever ta un excepcion.

mas activo.

Actualmente, Harry ta stu-
diando accounting bao e Pro-
grama di Lago pa Asistencia
Educacional na Universidad di
Kansas na Lawrence, Kansas.
Ora el tin tempo liber for di su
}estudionan, el tin un lista com-
pleto di trabaonan como amba-
sador.

Naturalmente, uno di e res-
ponsabilidadnan principal di
cualkier ambasador ta pa cera
conoci cu presidentnan. Recien-
temente, Harry tabatin e chens
pa cera conoci cu e anterior Pre-
|sident di Estados Unidos Harry
|S. Truman. Luna pasa, el a pre-
|sencia como representante di
| Antillas Hulandes un comica na
|honor di Sr. Truman su di 81
jcumpleanos. Esaki no tabata un
fiesta chikito. Setenta nacion
tabata representa. Na e oca-
jsion, tur dos e Harry-nan a ser
fotografia hunto.

Den un carta na Carlos de
Cuba, Coordinador di Training
di Lago, Harry a describi e ex-
periencia como "uno di e mo-
mentonan mas grandi di mi
bida.”



Nine Employees Announce Retirement

| Lampe.

mong the retiring men. He was
originally employed on Oct. 29,
1929, as laborer in the Labora-
|tory. He transferred to Electri-
\cal, where he advanced to fore-
man and was_ subsequently
named area supervisor

Mr. Vicente Lampe stopped
working July 1, after thirty-one
lyears of service. He was em-
ployed as laborer on
|1933, and later transferred to
Welding where he progressed
|to welder A.
| Another Lago veteran with
over thirty-one years of service
is Mr. Arends, who started as
laborer on Jan. 7, 1933. He re-
tires as driver I.

Originally employed with Es-



Feb. 24, 1932, Mr. van Putten
worked for a short time in
Paint before his transfer to Ma-
rine Floating Equipment, now
part of Oil Movements. Here he
progressed from tugboat engin-
eer helper to oiler. He has thir-

Jan. 16,)

so Transportation Company, on |

During July After Long Lago Service

Nine Lago veterans are retiring. They are Simon E. Werleman,
Vieente Lampe, Vicente Arends, David L. van Putten, Renie A.\tando e estado.” No tin di bisa
Jong, Hyacinthus T. Erasmus, Alexander C. Vloor and Rudolfo|mes, cu e articulo ta nota cu

With thirty-five years of service, Mr. Werleman is senior a-

two years of service.

Pipefitter Franken retires af-
ter twenty-two years with La-
go. His original employment
date is May 6, 1942, when he
began as laborer in Dry Dock.
He later transferred to Mech-
anical Pipe.

Mr. Rudolfo Lampe, a _ clean-
out-man with nineteen years of
service, will stop working next
week. He began in April, 1937,
and worked in the Labor De-
partment as well as the Ship-
yard.

/Aruba Students May Some
Day Major in Lago”

Island educators and students
jare taking an increasing inter-



Pero el tin e bendicion di Lago y di tur otronan cu ta concerna
Harry ta uno di Aruba su ambasadornan di buena voluntad di

te ee ee

Ambasadornan frecuentemen-
te ta ser busca door di hende-
nan di prensa pa haya nan opi-
nion. Ambasador Wever no ta
un excepcion.

Den un articulo den Lawrence

Daily Journal-World, Harry a
compara diferente aspectonan
di sistemanan di school di Aru-
|ba y Estados Unidos. Tambe el
ja discuti Lago y Aruba en gen-
jeral.
Despues di a biba na Aruba
cu su solo tur su anjanan, hen-
de por a spera cu Harry por tin
algun problema pa adapta su
jmes na un pais cu tin diferente
|clima y costumbernan.

E Ta Gusta Sneeuw



Segun e articulo di corant,
esaki no ta berdad den caso di
Harry. No solamente Harry a
bira costuma cu tal articulonan
di invierno manera cadena, tire
pa nieve y productonan anti-
freeze, pero el ta gusta e cam-
bionan di temporadas, especial-
mente sneeuw.”

Tambe el a haya un afeccion
special pa su school. El ta bisa
cu ’ambos Universidad di Kan-
sas y Lawrence ta mehor cu
|mi a spera. Mi ta gusta e espa-
|clonan grandinan habri inmen-
so. Mi familia y ami ta pasa
hopi di nos tempo liber bishi-

Harry na su turno ta uno di e
mas grandi apoyadornan di e
estado.

Tocante e programa di Asis-
tencia Educacional di Lago, e
articulo ta bisa, "El ta gana 70
porciento di su salario, fuera di
placa pa les, boekinan y otro
gastonan di school. Tur loke
compania ta pidi di dje ta ’pa e
no acepta trabao pafor, pa e
studia duro y percura pa nos
haya copia di bo puntonan.
Gradua y regresa despues pa
|Aruba pa traha pa nos.’”’

Sinembargo, den caso di Har-
ry, tanto Lago como Lawrence
ta encurasha su "'trabao”’ pa
parti di su tempo.
| Actualmente, Harry ta sigui
|\lesnan den e school di verano.

UNION SEMINAR

(Continued from page 4)



ha bunita kashi mescos cu cual-|
kier bon carpinter di primera
clase. Toch, podiser el no ta rea-
liza cu el ta haciendo un trabao
di primera clase.”

E ’Raport di Poteucia di Tra-
bao”, ora el ser usé bon, tambe
ta yuda e empleado pa introdu-
ci su mes ora el ta aplica pa un
trabao. Den e coneccion aki, e
Foundation ta duna un "Certi-
ficado pa Re-Empleo” cual ta
describi e abilidadnan di e par-
ticipante y e clase di consecho cu
el a recibi. E Foundation tambe
ta yuda un persona pa negocia
tocante salario y pa_ establece
un base pa avanza na tempo cu
el cuminza su trabao.

E resultadonan di e esfuerzo
di dunamento di conseho pa re-
empleo anja pasa pa e grupo di

nan mes na Hulanda. Medionan

usa pa asisti e grupo ta inclui
un pelicula munstrando un em-
pleado di Lago cu a re-establece
su mes na Hulanda. El ta ser
munstra na su cas cu su familia
ly na trabao.

E Foundation pa Re-Empleo
a cuminza dos anja pasa y ac-
tualmente tin un staf di perso-
nal di trinta conseheronan. Cu
e Foundation a gana reconoce-
mento halto ta evidente den un
reciente comentario di Presi-
|dent di Estados Unidos Lyndon
Johnson. Den un carta na e
|Foundation el a bisa: 'Progra-
|manan privé manera esun di bo
|ta suplementa e esfuerzo publi-
co pa duna hombernan y muher-

ty-one yars of service.
26 Years in Utilities

Mr.
ty-six Lago years in Utilities
(Process Refining). He began
his career as laborer on April
1, 1939, and in March, 1965, was
named shift foreman, his last
position with Lago.

Mr. Erasmus retires as opera-
tor in Process Refining, where
he has been working since 1939.
Before 1939, he worked as labo-
rer in the old Labor Depart-
ment. His service totals over
twenty-six years.

Since 1945, Mr. Vloor has
worked with the Metal Crafts
where he attained the position



Jong spent all his twen- |

nan alternativonan di trabao y|of blacksmith A. He stopped
}un futuro nobo.” working last week with twenty-



est in Lago operation. This fact seminar, the visiting union re-
is demonstrated by the thou-|presentatives were taken on a
sands of students who visit La-|Lago refinery tour. On Satur-
go each year. |day, Lago’s Sev Luydens_ con-
Lago has become a "required | ducted the visitors on an island
subject” on many a school pro- |tour. They visited such locations
gram. Assignment on this sub-|as the natural bridge, Andi Kou-
ject include the writing of a/ri, Isla di Oro, the indian caves,
{composition on a visit to Lago. | Ajo, several cunucus and some
Such an educational trip was business places in Oranjestad.
recently arranged for the pupils} The seminar was _ jointly
of the Providentia Finishing|sponsored by the Caribbean
School. Congress of Labor, the Ameri-
In a letter to Public Relations |can Institute for Labor Develop-
Assistant R. E. Muller, the|ment, Petroleum Workers Fede-
school’s principal, Sister Henri-|ration of Curacao and the Inde-
ta, submitted the best narration|pendent Oil Workers Union of
of the school. Miss Chairmaine | Aruba.
|Richardson’s essay was rated| Of the 19 permanent seminar
the best in composition by the|members, 11 were from Aruba,
school personnel. She gave a|seven from Curacao and one
comprehensive two-page, single-|from Venezuela. The men were
space, typed account of the/addressed by fifteen different
various phases of Lago opera-|lecturers. IOWUA secretary-
tions. She concluded her essay |general L. Albus coordinated the
|with: "it is worthwhile to go function and also arranged for
there (Lago), because one can/|the talks by Lago management
learn a lot.” members.





July 9, 1965

Lady Supervisors Take Part in ODL Party

The management party for ODL Groups 7 and 8 was held at
the Basi Ruti Hotel on June 25. It was the first time that three
of Lago’s nine lady supervisors participated in an ODL Group
party. The lady supervisors formerly gathered in one of their
own homes for similar celebrations.

Entertainment for the party was provided entirely by local
artists including Magnificent Five Combo, Mariachi "Perla di
Aruba”, Belita’s Exotic Dancers and a college dance team.

Supervisornan Femenina Den Fiesta di ODL

E fiesta pa miembronan di gerencia pa Gruponan di ODL 7 y
8 a ser teni na Basi Ruti Hotel Juni 25. Esaki tabata di promer
bez cu tres di Lago su tres supervisornan femenina a participa
d enun fiesta pa e grupo di ODL. E supervisornan femenina an-
teriormente tabata reuni den uno di nan mes casnan pa un cele-
bracion similar.
E actuacionnan na e fiesta a ser duna henteramente door di
artistanan local, incluyendo e Combo di Magnificent Five, Ma~
riachi "Perla di Aruba”, Bailarines Exotico di Belita y un grupo



di baile di colegio.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

SOME MEMBERS of ODL Groups 7 and 8 ALGUN MIEMBRONAN di Gruponan 7 y 8

during the cocktail hour’ at the manage-
ment party held at Basi Ruti Hotel on June
25. Three lady supervisors also attended.






di ODL durante e ’’ora di cocktail” na e fies-
ta pa miembronan di gerencia teni na Basi
Ruti Hotel Juni 25.



THE 1965 union seminar was held in the Administration Building last
month. Various Lago speakers, including President W. A. Murray, ad-
dressed the participants in the course of the two-week program.

Lago Ta Huesped di Lidernan di
Bess

Lago Hosts Union
Seminar Visitors

What is progress’’?

Three weeks ago Lago Presi-
dent W. A. Murray helped
launch the 1965 union seminar.
Mr. Murray congratulated the
union representatives gathered
in Lago’s Administration Build-
ing. He encouraged future "ef-
forts such as this which have
made possible the ’progress’ of
the last year.”

But what were some of the
efforts which a year from now,
(or sooner), might elicit the
“progress” label?

The 1965 seminar or ’’leader-
ship training institute’ was ex-
panded from one to two weeks.
Between June 21 and July 3,
Aruba and Curacao representa-
tives heard Lago and govern-
ment officials, along with their
own seminar leaders, discuss a
variety of subjects.

The materials discussed were
broad and pertinent enough in
interest that several Lago man-
agement members attended the
seminars on their own time.
Subjects included: principal of
Dutch social laws, history and
development of the Caribbean
labor movement, elementary e-
conomics, results of automation
in developing countries. the
function of Lago’s Public and
Industrial Relations depart-
ments, effects of the population
explosion, collective bargaining
and others. There were also
films shown on the proper ad-
ministrative handling of griev-
ances.

During the first week of the
(Please turn back to page 2 col. 5)

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



E Bishita na Lago

Seminario di Union:
Un Paso pa Progreso

Kiko eta ”progreso’’?

Tres siman pasa President di
Lago W. A. Murray a yuda lan-
za e curso di training pa union
di 1965. Sr. Murray a felicita e
representantenan di union cu a
reuni den Edificio di Adminis-
tracion di Lago. El a encurasha
futuro "esfuerzonan manera
esaki cual a haci posibel e ’pro-
greso’ di e ultimo anja”.

Pero kiko tabata algun di e
esfuerzonan cual un anja for di
awor of mas pronto por ser ya-
ma ’’progreso”?

E curso of training pa lider-
nan di union” di 1965 a ser ex-
tendi for di un te dos siman. En-
tre Juni 21 y Juli 3, represen-
tantenan di Aruba y Curacao a
tende funcionarionan di Lago y
Gobierno, hunto cu nan mes li-
dernan di curso, discuti un va-
riedad di asuntonan.

E topiconan discuti tabata di
interes suficiente amplio y apro-
piado cu varios miembronan di
gerencia di Lago a asisti na e
reunionnan durante nan mes
tempo. Topiconan a inclui: ley-
nan social principal Hulandes,
historia y desaroyo di obreris-
mo den Caribe, economia ele-
mentario, resultadonan di auto-

, matizacion den paisnan bao des-

aroyo, e tarea di Departamento
di Relaciones Publico y Indus-
trial di Lago, efectonan di au-
mento di populacion, negocia-
cion colectivo y otronan. Tambe
pelicula a ser munstra tocante
e manera administrativo ade-
cuado pa trata kehonan.

Durante e promer siman di e
curso, e representantenan bishi-
tante di union a ser hiba ariba
un bishita den refineria di La-
go. Ariba Diasabra, Sev Luy-
dens di Lago a hiba e bishitan-
tenan ariba un paseo ariba e is-
la. Nan a bishita lugarnan ma-
nera e brug natural, Andicoeri,
Isla di Oro, e cuebanan di In-
dian, Ayo, varios cunucu y al-
gun lugarnan di negoshi na
Oranjestad.

E curso tabata bao auspicio
conhunto di Caribbean Congress
of Labor, American Institute
for Labor Development, Petro-
leum Workers Federation di Cu-
racao y Independent Oil Work-
ers’ Union di Aruba.

Di e 19 miembronan perma-
nente di e curso, 11 tabata for
di Aruba, siete for di Curacao
y uno for di Venezuela.

A

Cerando Conoci cu Aruba

July 9, 1965

E SEMANARIO di union di 1965 a worde teni na Administration Building
luna pasa. Varios orador di Lago, incluyendo President W. A. Murray, a
adresa e participantenan den curso di e programa di dos siman.





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July 9, 1965
















Hyacinthus T. Erasmus



Nuebe Ta Drenta

| Fila di Pensionista

Nuebe veterano di Lago ta) the Foundation for Re-Employment.

bai cu pension. Nan ta: Simon
E. Werleman, Vicente Lampe

Counseling Tested as Resettlement Aid

A test group of twenty employees has received counseling from

This is Lago’s most recent effort to help surplus personnel! find
new jobs in or outside Aruba. The Foundation’s program was
used last year to help the foreign staff early retirees re-locate

Programa Haldane
Ta Worde Getest Pa

Vicente Arends, David L. van) jn the United States.
Putten, Renie A. Jong, Hyacin-| At Lago the counseling pro-
thus T. Erasmus, Alexander C |gram is most commonly known
Vloor y Rudolfo Lampe. as the "Haldane Program”,
Cu su trinta y cinco anja dijnamed after its founder Ber-
servicio, Sr. Werleman ta esun|nard Haldane. The U.S. founda-
cu mas anja di servicio entre e|tion is a non-profit group dedi-
|pensionistanan. El tabata em-|cated by its charter to "help
|plea na October 29, 1929, den|people find and create new em-
Laboratorio. Despues el a bai|ployment opportunities, know
na Electrical, na unda el a avan- their best skills and talents and
|za pa Foreman y luego el a ser |appreciate how they may be a-
nombra Area Supervisor dapted and developed to meet
Sr. Vicente Lampe a stop di|changing job demands.”
traha Juli 1, despues di trinta y| During the counseling period,
un anja di servicio. El tabata the participant is questioned in
emplea como un peon na Jan.|depth about his past experien-
16, 1933 y despues el a bai ces, achievements, skills, enjoy-
Welding na unda el a bira Wel- ments, best abilities and natural
der A. talents. The participant is also
Un otro veterano di Lago cujasked to discuss the types of

tential. Many people don’t rea-
lize how much they can do,
Haldane notes, until it is point-
ed out convincingly by others.
"A man may be a second class | nleo,
carpenter,” Haldane said, "but| fsaki ta e esfuerzo mas re-
in his spare time he makes fine |ciente di Lago pa yuda personal
jcabinets like any good first | surplus haya trabaonan nobo na
class carpenter. Still, he may Aruba of pafor di Aruba. E pro-
jnot realize he is doing a first | srama die Foundation a ser usa
class job. y anja pasé pa yuda empleadonan
The "job power report” when foreign staff cu a bai cu pension
used properly, also helps the|ayanz4 anja pasa haya empleo
employee introduce himself nobo na Estados Unidos.
when applying for a job. In this) Na Lago e programa di duna
respect, the foundation issues a|conseho ta conoci generalmente
*Re-Employment Certificate” como "Programa di Haldane”,
describing the participants abi- y ta ser yam4 segun su funda-
lities and the kind of counseling | gor Bernhard Haldane. E Foun-
he has received. The foundation | gation di Estados Unidos ta un



Yuda cu Re-Empleo

Un grupo experimental di
binti empleado a recibi conseho
for di e Foundateion pa Re-Em-





mas di trinta anja di servicio ta employment he thinks he would |training also helps the indivi-
Sr. Arends, kende a principia like. Through constant question- | dual negotiate salary and estab-
como peon ariba Jan. 7, 1933.|ing and discussion, the em-|lish a base for advancement at
El ta retira como Chauffeur I. ployee is helped to obtain a/the time he starts his job.
Emplea cu Esso Transporta-jrealistic and complete view of|
tion ariba Feb. 24, 1932, Sr. van/all his abilities.
Putten a traha na Seccion di} After the questionnaire and| ‘The results of last year’s
Verf promer di a haya cambio|discussions are analyzed, the | counseling effort with the ex-
pa Equipo Flotante di Marina.|participant gets back a ”job/patriate group were, according
Aki el a progresa for di helper| power report.” This outlines his |to Haldane, that "anybody who
di machinist di remolcador pa|best abilities and defines areas |was really looking for a job ob-
Oiler. E] tin trinta y un anja di|of interest. The report also sug-|tained employment within three
servicio. gests opportunities the partici-|months. Overall, 82 per cent
Sr. Jong a pasa tur su binti-|pant might pursue. were employed. Several only left
| Seis anja na Lago den Utilities.) Generally, the program helps| Aruba recently, others were
El a cuminsa su carera como|, person see all of his real po-|first taking extended vacations
|peon ariba April 1, 1939 y na arate jand several were planning early
aaa el a oe oe Lago Statistics Reveal |retirement in the real sense.”
Shi oreman, cual tabata e ul- . * The present test group pro-
Industrial Injury Rate ‘ ariets

timo posicion cu el a ocupa. jgram is being administered

Sr. Erasmus ta pensiona co- 7 1 | throug’ S -
mo Operator den Dinas na Sliced Almost in Half Pee Mani oP ae aioe
unda el tabata traha desde 1939.) Lago’s On-the-Job injury rate|in the test group are planning
|Promer di 1939, el a traha den e through May 1965 shows almost) resettlement in Holland. Aids
Labor Department bieuw. Su a fifty percent improvement o-| being used to further assist the
servicio ta yega un total di mas |ver the injury rate in 1964. Last group include a movie showing
di binti-seis anja. year all departments averaged|a resettled Lago employee in

Desde 1945, Sr. Vloor a traha about twenty injuries per) Holland. Scenes show him both
cu Seccion di Metal, na unda el month. In 1965 it has been re-|at home with his family and on
|a atene e posicion di Smid A. El duced to eleven injuries per the job. 5



Positive Results





|grupo cu no ta traha pa ganan-
|cia y cu ta dedica segun su sta-
tutonan pa "yuda hende haya y
crea oportunidadnan nobo di
empleo , pa conoce nan mehor
abilidadnan y talentonan y apre-
|cia com esakinan por ser adapta
y desaroya pa satisface deman-
das di trabao cu ta cambiando.”’
Durante e periodo di duna
conseho, e participante ta ser
|puntra profundamente tocante
|su experiencia y exitonan den
pasado, abilidadnan, placernan,
mehor talentonan natural. E
participante tambe ta ser pun-
tra pa discuti e clase di empleo
cu el ta pensa el lo desea. Door
di constante preguntas y discu-
sion, e empleado ta ser yuda pa
/obtene un vista realistico y com-
|pleto di tur su abilidadnan.
| Despues cu e questionario y
discusionnan a ser analyza, e
participante ta haya back un
"Raport di Potencia pa Tra-
|bao”. Esaki ta munstra su me-
hor abilidadnan y ta indica e
asuntonan cu ta di interes pe.
(Continua na pagina 2)



a stop di traha siman pasa cu month. pea : .
Cifra di Desgracia

binti-dos anja di servicio The Mechanical Department
E cifra di desgracia na tra-

Pijpfitter Franken ta retira has improved its injury rate
cu pension despues di binti-dos | from thirteen per month in 1964
anja cu Lago. Su empleo tabata|to five per month in 1965. The|bao na Lago te Mei 1965 ta in-
na Mei 6, 1942, como un peon na | Process Department has reduced |dica un mehoracion di casi 50
Dry Dock. Despues el a cambia jts rate from five per month to|porciento ariba e cifra di des-
pa Seccion di Tuberia, di Depto. three per month. gracia na 1964. Anja pasa, tur
Mechanical. The Technical Department is|departamentonan tabatin un
Sr. Rudolfo Lampe, un Clean-|the oniy department that rec-|average di mas o menos binti
outman cu mas di dieznuebe an-|ords a slight increase in its|desgracia pa luna. Na 1965 esa-
ja di servicio, lo stop di traha o-|number of injuries from less|ki a reduci te na diezun desgra-
tro siman. El a cuminza na April than one per month in 1964 to|cia pa luna
1937 y a traha den Depto. di La-| exactly one per month through Departamento Mechanical a
bor y tambe na Shipyard. May of 1965. - |mehora su cifra di desgracia for





Vicente Arends Jacobo M. Franken

Industrial Rebaha

di dieztres pa luna na 1964 pa
cinco pa luna na 1965. Departa-
mento di Process a rebaha su
cifra di desgracia for di cinco
pa luna te tres pa luna.

Departamento Tecnico ta e
unico departamento cu a anota
un aumento menor den su canti-
dad di desgracia for di menos di
juno pa luna na 1964 te na exac-
tamente uno pa luna pa e perio-
do te Mei di 1965.






Aruba EssON EWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES.

BY LAGO OIL & TR.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

ANSPORT CO., LTD.

July 9, 1965

Embhahador Harry Wever Ta Conferencia
Cu Anterior President Harry Truman

Estudiantevan di Lago cu ta bao su responsabilidad den es-
tranheria no ta ser permiti pa acepta empleo pa parti di tempo.

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

E. Villanueva, Editor
J. De Cuba, Photographer

J. E. Thodé, Publications Asst.
A. Kock, Photo Asst



Good-Will Ambassador H. Wever Confers
With Former President Harry Truman

Lago sponsored students abroad are not allowed to accept

part-time employment.
Harry Wever is an exception.

But he has the blessing of Lago and everyone else concerned.
Harry is one of Aruba’s most active good-will ambass.dors.

Presently, Harry is studying
accounting under Lago’s Edu-
cational Assistance Program
(LEAP) at Kansas University

in Lawrence, Kansas. When he |

has spare time away from his
studies, he has a full slate of
ambassadorial duties.

Naturally, one main respon- |
sibility of any ambassador is|
to meet presidents. Recently,
Harry had the chance to meet
former U.S. President Harry S.
Truman. Last month, as the}
Netherlands Antilles represen-
tative, he attended a luncheon
honoring Mr. Truman on his
81st birthday. It was no small}
affair. Seventy nations were re- |
presented. At the function,
both Harrys were photograph-|
ed together.

Meeting with Press

In a letter to Lago Training
Coordinator Carlos de Cuba,
Harry described the experience
as "one of the greatest mo-
ments of my life.”

Ambassadors are often
sought ~out by the press for
their opinions. Ambassador
Wever is no exception.

In an article in the Lawrence
Daily Journal-World, Harry
compared different aspects of
the Aruban and U.S. school
systems. He also discussed La-
go and Aruba in general.

After having lived in sunny

Aruba all his years, one might |

expect Harry to have some
| Programa
(Continua di pagina 1)

E raport tambe ta sugeri opor-
tunidadnan na cual e participan-
te por dedica su mes.

En general, e programa ta
yuda un persona mira tur su

|problems adjusting to a coun-
try with different climate and
customs.

According to the newspaper
jarticle, this is not true in Har-
ry’s case. Harry has not only
become used to such winter-
time items as chains, snow tires
and anti-freeze, he "likes the
changes of seasons, especially
the snow.”

He has also gained a special
attachment to his school. He
says that "both Kansas Uni-
versity and Lawrence are bet-
ter than I expected. I’m crazy
about the wide open spaces. My
family and I spend much of our
free time touring the state.”
Needless to say, the article no-
tes that Harry is in turn one of
the state’s greatest boosters.

About the LEAP program,
the article reports, "He earns
70 per cent of his salary, plus
funds for tuition, books and
other school expenses. All the
company asks is ’don’t accept

and see we get copies of your
grades. Graduate and then re-
turn to Aruba to work for us.
However, in Harry's case,
both Lago and Lawrence are
encouraging his part time am-
bassador’s job.”
| Presently, Harry is enrolled
|in the summer sessions. By at-
tending the summer sessions, he
hopes to complete his studies in
‘three years instead of four.

di Haldane

expatriadonan tabata, segun Sr.
Haldane, cu "tur cu tabatua real-
mente buscando un trabao a ha-
|ya empleo dentro di tres luna.
En general, 82 porciento a ser
re-emplea. Hopi di nan a laga



outside employment, study hard |

yor!

berdadera posibilidadnan. Hopi| Aruba poco tempo pasa, otronan
hende no ta realiza ki hopi nan promer a tuma vacacion largo y
por haci, Sr. Haldane ta nota, varios tabata planea pa tuma
sino te ora esey ser munstraé na un pension avanza.”

nan door di otronan na un ma-| E programa pa e grupo expe-
nera convencedor. ’'Un homber rimental ta bao encargo di e
por ta un carpinter segunda Comité pa Re-Establecemento.
clase,” Sr. Haldane a bisa, ’pe-|E personanan den e grupo expe-

ro den su tempo liber el ta tra-|rimental tin plan pa re-establece



Harry Wever

Hendrik Van Der Kuyp Is
Suggester-of-the-Month;
‘Awarded Fis. 690 Prize

Hendrik Van der Kuyp, was
named suggestor-of-the-month
|for June. His suggestion to in-
stall T-connections on laterals
at No. 3 Finger Pier earned him
| Fils. 690.

Mr. Van der Kuyp, an opera-
tor in the Process Oil Move-
ments, suggested that a T-late-
|ral be installed between No. 6
jand No. 7 and also No. 16 and
No. 17 laterals on the north side



of No. 3 Finger Pier. The sug-|

gested T-connections permit the
\loading of different grades of
products at the same time, and
thereby speed up overall loading
rates and tanker turnaround.

Harry Wever ta un excepcion.

mas activo.

Actualmente, Harry ta stu-
diando accounting bao e Pro-
grama di Lago pa Asistencia
Educacional na Universidad di
Kansas na Lawrence, Kansas.
Ora el tin tempo liber for di su
}estudionan, el tin un lista com-
pleto di trabaonan como amba-
sador.

Naturalmente, uno di e res-
ponsabilidadnan principal di
cualkier ambasador ta pa cera
conoci cu presidentnan. Recien-
temente, Harry tabatin e chens
pa cera conoci cu e anterior Pre-
|sident di Estados Unidos Harry
|S. Truman. Luna pasa, el a pre-
|sencia como representante di
| Antillas Hulandes un comica na
|honor di Sr. Truman su di 81
jcumpleanos. Esaki no tabata un
fiesta chikito. Setenta nacion
tabata representa. Na e oca-
jsion, tur dos e Harry-nan a ser
fotografia hunto.

Den un carta na Carlos de
Cuba, Coordinador di Training
di Lago, Harry a describi e ex-
periencia como "uno di e mo-
mentonan mas grandi di mi
bida.”



Nine Employees Announce Retirement

| Lampe.

mong the retiring men. He was
originally employed on Oct. 29,
1929, as laborer in the Labora-
|tory. He transferred to Electri-
\cal, where he advanced to fore-
man and was_ subsequently
named area supervisor

Mr. Vicente Lampe stopped
working July 1, after thirty-one
lyears of service. He was em-
ployed as laborer on
|1933, and later transferred to
Welding where he progressed
|to welder A.
| Another Lago veteran with
over thirty-one years of service
is Mr. Arends, who started as
laborer on Jan. 7, 1933. He re-
tires as driver I.

Originally employed with Es-



Feb. 24, 1932, Mr. van Putten
worked for a short time in
Paint before his transfer to Ma-
rine Floating Equipment, now
part of Oil Movements. Here he
progressed from tugboat engin-
eer helper to oiler. He has thir-

Jan. 16,)

so Transportation Company, on |

During July After Long Lago Service

Nine Lago veterans are retiring. They are Simon E. Werleman,
Vieente Lampe, Vicente Arends, David L. van Putten, Renie A.\tando e estado.” No tin di bisa
Jong, Hyacinthus T. Erasmus, Alexander C. Vloor and Rudolfo|mes, cu e articulo ta nota cu

With thirty-five years of service, Mr. Werleman is senior a-

two years of service.

Pipefitter Franken retires af-
ter twenty-two years with La-
go. His original employment
date is May 6, 1942, when he
began as laborer in Dry Dock.
He later transferred to Mech-
anical Pipe.

Mr. Rudolfo Lampe, a _ clean-
out-man with nineteen years of
service, will stop working next
week. He began in April, 1937,
and worked in the Labor De-
partment as well as the Ship-
yard.

/Aruba Students May Some
Day Major in Lago”

Island educators and students
jare taking an increasing inter-



Pero el tin e bendicion di Lago y di tur otronan cu ta concerna
Harry ta uno di Aruba su ambasadornan di buena voluntad di

te ee ee

Ambasadornan frecuentemen-
te ta ser busca door di hende-
nan di prensa pa haya nan opi-
nion. Ambasador Wever no ta
un excepcion.

Den un articulo den Lawrence

Daily Journal-World, Harry a
compara diferente aspectonan
di sistemanan di school di Aru-
|ba y Estados Unidos. Tambe el
ja discuti Lago y Aruba en gen-
jeral.
Despues di a biba na Aruba
cu su solo tur su anjanan, hen-
de por a spera cu Harry por tin
algun problema pa adapta su
jmes na un pais cu tin diferente
|clima y costumbernan.

E Ta Gusta Sneeuw



Segun e articulo di corant,
esaki no ta berdad den caso di
Harry. No solamente Harry a
bira costuma cu tal articulonan
di invierno manera cadena, tire
pa nieve y productonan anti-
freeze, pero el ta gusta e cam-
bionan di temporadas, especial-
mente sneeuw.”

Tambe el a haya un afeccion
special pa su school. El ta bisa
cu ’ambos Universidad di Kan-
sas y Lawrence ta mehor cu
|mi a spera. Mi ta gusta e espa-
|clonan grandinan habri inmen-
so. Mi familia y ami ta pasa
hopi di nos tempo liber bishi-

Harry na su turno ta uno di e
mas grandi apoyadornan di e
estado.

Tocante e programa di Asis-
tencia Educacional di Lago, e
articulo ta bisa, "El ta gana 70
porciento di su salario, fuera di
placa pa les, boekinan y otro
gastonan di school. Tur loke
compania ta pidi di dje ta ’pa e
no acepta trabao pafor, pa e
studia duro y percura pa nos
haya copia di bo puntonan.
Gradua y regresa despues pa
|Aruba pa traha pa nos.’”’

Sinembargo, den caso di Har-
ry, tanto Lago como Lawrence
ta encurasha su "'trabao”’ pa
parti di su tempo.
| Actualmente, Harry ta sigui
|\lesnan den e school di verano.

UNION SEMINAR

(Continued from page 4)



ha bunita kashi mescos cu cual-|
kier bon carpinter di primera
clase. Toch, podiser el no ta rea-
liza cu el ta haciendo un trabao
di primera clase.”

E ’Raport di Poteucia di Tra-
bao”, ora el ser usé bon, tambe
ta yuda e empleado pa introdu-
ci su mes ora el ta aplica pa un
trabao. Den e coneccion aki, e
Foundation ta duna un "Certi-
ficado pa Re-Empleo” cual ta
describi e abilidadnan di e par-
ticipante y e clase di consecho cu
el a recibi. E Foundation tambe
ta yuda un persona pa negocia
tocante salario y pa_ establece
un base pa avanza na tempo cu
el cuminza su trabao.

E resultadonan di e esfuerzo
di dunamento di conseho pa re-
empleo anja pasa pa e grupo di

nan mes na Hulanda. Medionan

usa pa asisti e grupo ta inclui
un pelicula munstrando un em-
pleado di Lago cu a re-establece
su mes na Hulanda. El ta ser
munstra na su cas cu su familia
ly na trabao.

E Foundation pa Re-Empleo
a cuminza dos anja pasa y ac-
tualmente tin un staf di perso-
nal di trinta conseheronan. Cu
e Foundation a gana reconoce-
mento halto ta evidente den un
reciente comentario di Presi-
|dent di Estados Unidos Lyndon
Johnson. Den un carta na e
|Foundation el a bisa: 'Progra-
|manan privé manera esun di bo
|ta suplementa e esfuerzo publi-
co pa duna hombernan y muher-

ty-one yars of service.
26 Years in Utilities

Mr.
ty-six Lago years in Utilities
(Process Refining). He began
his career as laborer on April
1, 1939, and in March, 1965, was
named shift foreman, his last
position with Lago.

Mr. Erasmus retires as opera-
tor in Process Refining, where
he has been working since 1939.
Before 1939, he worked as labo-
rer in the old Labor Depart-
ment. His service totals over
twenty-six years.

Since 1945, Mr. Vloor has
worked with the Metal Crafts
where he attained the position



Jong spent all his twen- |

nan alternativonan di trabao y|of blacksmith A. He stopped
}un futuro nobo.” working last week with twenty-



est in Lago operation. This fact seminar, the visiting union re-
is demonstrated by the thou-|presentatives were taken on a
sands of students who visit La-|Lago refinery tour. On Satur-
go each year. |day, Lago’s Sev Luydens_ con-
Lago has become a "required | ducted the visitors on an island
subject” on many a school pro- |tour. They visited such locations
gram. Assignment on this sub-|as the natural bridge, Andi Kou-
ject include the writing of a/ri, Isla di Oro, the indian caves,
{composition on a visit to Lago. | Ajo, several cunucus and some
Such an educational trip was business places in Oranjestad.
recently arranged for the pupils} The seminar was _ jointly
of the Providentia Finishing|sponsored by the Caribbean
School. Congress of Labor, the Ameri-
In a letter to Public Relations |can Institute for Labor Develop-
Assistant R. E. Muller, the|ment, Petroleum Workers Fede-
school’s principal, Sister Henri-|ration of Curacao and the Inde-
ta, submitted the best narration|pendent Oil Workers Union of
of the school. Miss Chairmaine | Aruba.
|Richardson’s essay was rated| Of the 19 permanent seminar
the best in composition by the|members, 11 were from Aruba,
school personnel. She gave a|seven from Curacao and one
comprehensive two-page, single-|from Venezuela. The men were
space, typed account of the/addressed by fifteen different
various phases of Lago opera-|lecturers. IOWUA secretary-
tions. She concluded her essay |general L. Albus coordinated the
|with: "it is worthwhile to go function and also arranged for
there (Lago), because one can/|the talks by Lago management
learn a lot.” members.


July 9, 1965

Lady Supervisors Take Part in ODL Party

The management party for ODL Groups 7 and 8 was held at
the Basi Ruti Hotel on June 25. It was the first time that three
of Lago’s nine lady supervisors participated in an ODL Group
party. The lady supervisors formerly gathered in one of their
own homes for similar celebrations.

Entertainment for the party was provided entirely by local
artists including Magnificent Five Combo, Mariachi "Perla di
Aruba”, Belita’s Exotic Dancers and a college dance team.

Supervisornan Femenina Den Fiesta di ODL

E fiesta pa miembronan di gerencia pa Gruponan di ODL 7 y
8 a ser teni na Basi Ruti Hotel Juni 25. Esaki tabata di promer
bez cu tres di Lago su tres supervisornan femenina a participa
d enun fiesta pa e grupo di ODL. E supervisornan femenina an-
teriormente tabata reuni den uno di nan mes casnan pa un cele-
bracion similar.
E actuacionnan na e fiesta a ser duna henteramente door di
artistanan local, incluyendo e Combo di Magnificent Five, Ma~
riachi "Perla di Aruba”, Bailarines Exotico di Belita y un grupo



di baile di colegio.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

SOME MEMBERS of ODL Groups 7 and 8 ALGUN MIEMBRONAN di Gruponan 7 y 8

during the cocktail hour’ at the manage-
ment party held at Basi Ruti Hotel on June
25. Three lady supervisors also attended.






di ODL durante e ’’ora di cocktail” na e fies-
ta pa miembronan di gerencia teni na Basi
Ruti Hotel Juni 25.
THE 1965 union seminar was held in the Administration Building last
month. Various Lago speakers, including President W. A. Murray, ad-
dressed the participants in the course of the two-week program.

Lago Ta Huesped di Lidernan di
Bess

Lago Hosts Union
Seminar Visitors

What is progress’’?

Three weeks ago Lago Presi-
dent W. A. Murray helped
launch the 1965 union seminar.
Mr. Murray congratulated the
union representatives gathered
in Lago’s Administration Build-
ing. He encouraged future "ef-
forts such as this which have
made possible the ’progress’ of
the last year.”

But what were some of the
efforts which a year from now,
(or sooner), might elicit the
“progress” label?

The 1965 seminar or ’’leader-
ship training institute’ was ex-
panded from one to two weeks.
Between June 21 and July 3,
Aruba and Curacao representa-
tives heard Lago and govern-
ment officials, along with their
own seminar leaders, discuss a
variety of subjects.

The materials discussed were
broad and pertinent enough in
interest that several Lago man-
agement members attended the
seminars on their own time.
Subjects included: principal of
Dutch social laws, history and
development of the Caribbean
labor movement, elementary e-
conomics, results of automation
in developing countries. the
function of Lago’s Public and
Industrial Relations depart-
ments, effects of the population
explosion, collective bargaining
and others. There were also
films shown on the proper ad-
ministrative handling of griev-
ances.

During the first week of the
(Please turn back to page 2 col. 5)

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



E Bishita na Lago

Seminario di Union:
Un Paso pa Progreso

Kiko eta ”progreso’’?

Tres siman pasa President di
Lago W. A. Murray a yuda lan-
za e curso di training pa union
di 1965. Sr. Murray a felicita e
representantenan di union cu a
reuni den Edificio di Adminis-
tracion di Lago. El a encurasha
futuro "esfuerzonan manera
esaki cual a haci posibel e ’pro-
greso’ di e ultimo anja”.

Pero kiko tabata algun di e
esfuerzonan cual un anja for di
awor of mas pronto por ser ya-
ma ’’progreso”?

E curso of training pa lider-
nan di union” di 1965 a ser ex-
tendi for di un te dos siman. En-
tre Juni 21 y Juli 3, represen-
tantenan di Aruba y Curacao a
tende funcionarionan di Lago y
Gobierno, hunto cu nan mes li-
dernan di curso, discuti un va-
riedad di asuntonan.

E topiconan discuti tabata di
interes suficiente amplio y apro-
piado cu varios miembronan di
gerencia di Lago a asisti na e
reunionnan durante nan mes
tempo. Topiconan a inclui: ley-
nan social principal Hulandes,
historia y desaroyo di obreris-
mo den Caribe, economia ele-
mentario, resultadonan di auto-

, matizacion den paisnan bao des-

aroyo, e tarea di Departamento
di Relaciones Publico y Indus-
trial di Lago, efectonan di au-
mento di populacion, negocia-
cion colectivo y otronan. Tambe
pelicula a ser munstra tocante
e manera administrativo ade-
cuado pa trata kehonan.

Durante e promer siman di e
curso, e representantenan bishi-
tante di union a ser hiba ariba
un bishita den refineria di La-
go. Ariba Diasabra, Sev Luy-
dens di Lago a hiba e bishitan-
tenan ariba un paseo ariba e is-
la. Nan a bishita lugarnan ma-
nera e brug natural, Andicoeri,
Isla di Oro, e cuebanan di In-
dian, Ayo, varios cunucu y al-
gun lugarnan di negoshi na
Oranjestad.

E curso tabata bao auspicio
conhunto di Caribbean Congress
of Labor, American Institute
for Labor Development, Petro-
leum Workers Federation di Cu-
racao y Independent Oil Work-
ers’ Union di Aruba.

Di e 19 miembronan perma-
nente di e curso, 11 tabata for
di Aruba, siete for di Curacao
y uno for di Venezuela.

A

Cerando Conoci cu Aruba

July 9, 1965

E SEMANARIO di union di 1965 a worde teni na Administration Building
luna pasa. Varios orador di Lago, incluyendo President W. A. Murray, a
adresa e participantenan den curso di e programa di dos siman.







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