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Title: Aruba Esso news
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Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: March 22, 1968
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aA a Esso

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. 12m

VOL. 29, No. 6

March 22, 1968

Lago Veterans Norris, Hatfield,

Deese Assist in PCAR Turnaround

Not many Lago veterans
from the U.S. or other coun-
tries come back to Aruba or
Lago to work. They usually
come back only to visit the
But three Lago veterans are
back in Aruba as foremen of
Chicago Bridge & Iron Com-
pany, to assist in the PCAR
turnaround, which started
February 1.
W. H. (Bill) Norris, who re-
tired in July, 1965 as Refin-
ing Division Superintendent,
now works at the PCAR turn-
around as maintenance fore-
man. Bill had 35 years of La-
go service when he retired.
There are also two Insula-
tion foremen working on the
PCAR who had worked in La-
go's Mechanical Department.
They are A. "Doc" Hatfield
and Walter E. Deese. "Doc"
had been a zone foreman in
Mechanical-Mason and retired
in January, 1960 after 18
years of service. Walter had

1 '

been a Mason foreman. He
left Lago in October, 1961 af-
ter nearly 24 years of service.
For all three Lago annuit-
ants, it's the first time they're
back in Aruba since they left
Lago. Their job assignment
here also gives them a chance
to renew old friendship.

Lago Policemen Sport
NewMatching Uniform
Recently Lago Policemen
have been supplied with a
new set of uniforms. The new
attire of the policemen has
a more matched color: frost-
ed black shirts, dark gray
Terlenka pants with match-
ing caps. The previous uni-
form included light gray
The fourteen dozen shirts
and pants and about three
dozen caps were ordered from
the clothing industry "Cambes
(Continued on page 2)

Three Lago annuitants from the U.S. also help on PCAR
turnaround. They are now Chicago Bridge foremen (I to r)
W. E. Deese, W. H. Norris and A. Hatfield.
Tres pensionista di Lago di Merca tambe ta yuda na e tra-
bao na PCAR. Awor nan ta voorman di Chicago Bridge
(r pa d) W. E. Deese, W. H. Norris y A. Hatfield.

Governor of Netherlands Antilles Dr. N. Debrot cuts ribbon
inaugurating Aruba Sheraton Hotel & Casino as island's
second, large luxury hotel at Palm Beach. (See Pages4 & 5).
Gobernador di Antillas Hulandes Dr. N. Debrot ta corta cin-
ta pa inaugura Aruba Sheraton Hotel & Casino como segun-
do hotel grand y luhoso na Palm Beach. (Mira Pag 4 y 5).

Veterans di Lago Norris, Hatfield,

Deese Ta Yuda pa Renoba PCAR

No hopi veteranonan di La-
go for di Merca of otro pals-
nan ta bini back Aruba of na
Lago pa traha. Generalmente
nan ta bini back solamente pa
bishita e isla.
Pero tin tres veteran di
Lago cu ta back na Aruba
como voorman di Chicago
Bridge & Iron Company pa
yuda den e reparacion general
na PCAR cu a cuminza Feb-
ruari 1.
W. H. (Bill) Norris, kende
a retire cu pension na Juli,
1965 como Superintendente di
Refining Division, awor ta
traha na e trabao di repara-
cion di PCAR como un voor-
man di trabao di mantenecion.
Bill tabatin 35 anja di servicio
tempo cu el a retire for di
Tin tambe dos voorman di
Insulation trahando na PCAR,
kende tabata traha)antes den
Lago su Departamento Mech-
anical. Nan ta A. "Doc" Hat-
field y Walter E. Deese. "Doc"
tabata un Zone voorman den

Mechanical-Mason y a bai cu
pension na Januari, 1960 des-
pues di 18 anja di servicio.
Walter tabata un voorman di
Mason. El a laga Lago na Oc-
tober, 1961 despues di casi 24
anja di serviclo.
Pa tur tres pensionista di
Lago, esaki ta di promer bez
cu nan ta atrobe na Aruba
desde cu nan a bai di Lago.
Nan trabao aki tambe ta du-
na nan un oportunidad di re-
noba amistad di pasado.

Mashin Hasler Bieuw
Pa Stempel Carta Ta
Bai Pa Museo Postal
Recientemente Lago a re-
gala su mashin Hasler bieuw
pa stempel franqueo riba carta
na Administration di Post-
kantoor di Aruba pa nan use
como un antiquidad pa un mu-
seo postal cu lo ser lamta den
E presentation a ser haci
(Continud na. pagina 8)


SMarch 22 1968

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. Mw W

E. Villanueva Editor; A. Werleman Assoc. Editor;
L. 1. de Lange Publ. Asst.; J. M. de Cuba Photographer

A Shorter Waq

To Accidents?
How often do we take short cuts which we later regret?
How often do we resolve not to take risks again and then go
ahead and commit the same errors ?
Living in an atomic age, the stress is on speed and action.
We try to produce more, accomplish more and to be more effi-
cient. However, we should never forget to stress the importance
on SAFETY. We should at all times demonstrate our mental
maturity by being competent and safe employees.
In every day life, on the job, as well as off the job, we are
in constant motion, going from one place to the other. The
decisions we make to save time, sometimes mere seconds, can
cause us serious injury, maybe even our lives.
Yet we go through life in a hurry, without thinking. Although
most of the time we escape injury, the danger is always there.
Short cuts are dangerous, avoid them! They may be a shorter
way to accidents.

Caminda Mas Corticu

Pa Desgracia?
Cuantu bez nos no ta corta skina, y ta dweel nos despues?
Cuanto bez nos ta dicidi di no tuma ningun riscu mas, y nos ta
bal y compete e mes errornan ?
Ya cu nos ta biba den era atomico, acento ta ariba velocidad
y action. Nos ta trata di produce mas, haci mas y ta mas efi-
caz. Pero nunca nos mester lubida di pone acento ariba impor-
tancia di SEGURIDAD. Nos tin cu mustra tur ora bai cu nos
tin mentalidad di hende grand door di ta empleadonan compe-
tente y traha cu seguridad.
Den bida di tur dia, na trabao, y pafor di trabao, nos ta mo-
ve constantemente, di un lugar pa otro. Decisionnan cu nos ha-
ci pa gana tempu, tin biaha solamente algun second, por causa
herida serio y kizas costa nos bida.
Y sinembargo nos ta move door di bida pura, sin pensa. Aun-
que mayoria di casonan nos ta scapa herida, toch e peliger tei.
Corta skina ta peligroso, evita! E caminda ey por ta un ca-
minda mas corticu pa hanja desgracia.

Lago Policemen now have new, matching uniforms.
Polisnan di Lago awor tin uniform nobo di color correspon-


Hortensio de Cuba, of
Mechanical-Welding, was
originally employed in the
Labor Department in 1937.
He later transferred to
Mechanical-Garage as truck
helper "B". Following a
short break in service, he
returned to Lago as a lab-
orer in Mechanical-Weld-
In 1940, he transferred
to Mechanical-Paint. Later
in Mechanical-Welding he
progressed to welder "A"
in 1944.
His title was changed to
metal tradesman "A"-Wel-
der last month.
Mr. de Cuba celebrates
his service anniversary on
March 23. He receives his
service emblem at a Man-
agement dinner at the
Golf Club today.

Hortensio de Cuba, dl
Mechanical-Welding, origi-
nalmente a ser empleA den
Labor Department na 1937.
Luego el a cambia pa
Mechanical-Garage como
truck helper B. Despues di
un interrupcion cortico di
servicio, el a bolbe na Lago
como un peon den Mech-
Na 1940, el a transfer
pa Mechanical-Paint. Des-
pues den Mechanical-Weld-
ing, el a progress pa Wel-
der A na 1944.
Su titulo di trabao a
cambia pa Metal Trades-
man A Welder luna past.
Sr. de Cuba ta celebra
su aniversario di servicio
ariba Maart 23. El ta re-
cibi su emblema di servicio
durante un comida pa Ge-
rencia na Golf Club awe

25-Year Service Watch Recipients

The following 25-year men receive their service watch
today during a Management dinner at the Golf Club: (E
siguiente empleadonan di 25 anja ta recibi nan oloshi du-
rante un comida na Golf Club awe):

Felipe Erasmus
Fernando Fingal
Eddy Wijdh
William T. Peterson

- Process-O.M.
- Process-O.M.
- Process-O.M.
- Process-Refining

Polls di Lago a Haya Uniform

Nobo Cu Color cu ta Pas Mihor

Poco dia pasA, e Polisnan
di Lago a haya un set di uni-
form nobo. E trahe nobo di e
polsnan tin un color cu ta pas
mas cu otro: e camisanan ta
pretu cu un poco blancu aden,

New Police Uniform
(Continued from page 1)
Textiles N.V." in Bonaire.
The Lago policemen are
supplied regularly with new
In addition to receiving free
working clothes, the police-
men get free laundering for
their uniform.

e carsonan ta di panja Ter-
lenka di color gris scur y nan
pechi ta di igual color. E uni-
form anterior tabatin un ca-
misa di color gris clA.
E diezcuatro dozin di ca-
misa y carson y como tres
dozijn de pechi a ser entregA
door di e fablica di panja
"Cambes Textiles N.V." di
E Polisnan di Lago ta re-
cibi uniformnan nobo regular-
Fuera di recibi panja di tra-
bao gratis, e polisnan ta haya
nan uniformnan labA gratis.

Service Anniversaries

30 Years


March 22 1968



IBM's 1410 Computer System

Used at Lago Dumped Into Sea

Could you imagine a whole
computer system being dump-
ed into the sea? It did hap-
pen in Aruba on Friday,
March 8.
The whole 1410 computer
system owned by IBM, which
has been in use at Lago since
early 1962 until February 1
this year, was committed to
the blue waters of the Carib-
bean. In all, six large units
with accessory cables were
thrown into the sea at Lago's
dumping site west of the San
Nicolas Harbor.
The system included: six
magnetic tape units; three

processing units; a high speed
printer; a reader-punch; one
console typewriter and two
control units and accessory
wiring and cables.
When installed, the 1410
computer system had cost
about half a million dollars.
The dumping proves that
even the most sophisticated
systems become obsolete and
serve no purpose when super-
seded by more advanced elec-
tronics equipment.
The 1410 computer system
has been replaced by IBM's
360 computer system at Lago.

One after one the IBM 1410 computer units roll into the
Caribbean sea.
Un tras di otro e computador 1410 di IBM su aparatonan ta
lora cai den Mar Caribe.

Lago's Old Hasler Postage Meter

Goes to Postal Museum as Antique

Recently Lago donated its
old Hasler postage meter to
the Aruba Postal Administra-
tion. The machine will be used
as an antique for a postal mu-
seum to be set up in the fu-

The presentation was made
by Jim Lambert, head of
Comptroller's-Office Services
Section, to Postmaster J. C.
Quast at Lago's Post Office
in the General Office Build-

The Hasler postage machine
had been in use at Lago for
more than twenty-five years
and was replaced early this

year by a new and more effi-
cient Pitney-Bowes postage
metering machine.

Hasler Mashin...
(Continud di pag. 1)
pa Jim Lambert, hefe di
Comptroller's su Office Serv-
ices Section, na Hefe di Post-
kantoor J. C. Quast na Lago
su Postkantoor cu ta situa den
Oficina Principal.
E mashin Hasler di franqueo
tabata na uso na Lago pa mas
di binticincu anja y a ser
reemplaza na principio di e
anja aki pa un mashin di fran-
queo nobo y mas eficiente,
marca Pitney-Bowes.

The complete IBM 1410 computer is moved to its final
destination: dumping site.
E computer 1410 complete di IBM ta word hiba pa su
destination final: dump.

Sistema Computador 1410 di IBM

Usa na Lago a Ser Tira na Lama

Bo por imagine bo cu un
sistema complete di computa-
dor ta ser tirl afo den lama?
Esaki exactamente a socede
na Aruba Diabierna, Maart 8.
E sistema computador 1410,
di cual IBM ta su donjo y
cual tabata na uso na Lago
desde principio dl 1962 te Fe-
bruari 1 di e anja aid, a ser
lanz& den awanan blauw di
Caribe. En total, seis unidad
grand cu cablenan accesorio
a ser bentA den lama na e
sitio di dump di Lago pabao
di haaf di San Nicolas.
E sistema tabata inclui:
sels unidad pa tape magne-
tico; trees unidad di process;

un imprentador di alta veloci-
dad; un punch mashin; un
mashin di type electric y
dos unidad di control y hopi
waya y cable accesorlo.
Tempo cu el tabata install,
e sistema computador 1410 a
costa como mitar million dol-
E bentamento afor di e apa-
ratonan aki ta proba cu hasta
systemanan mas modern ta
bira bieuw y no ta sirbi mas
ora nan ser surpass pa otro
equipo electronic mas avanya.
E sistema computador 1410
a ser reemplazr door di IBM
su sistema computador 360,
cual ta na uso awor na Lago.

J. Lambert (I) presents old Hasler postage meter as antique
to postmaster J. C. Quast. while H. Amba (I) and H. J.
Croes look on.
J. Lambert (r) ta present mashin di franqueo bieuw marca
Hasler como antiquidad na Hefe di Postkantoor J. C. Quast,
mientras H.Abma (r) y J. M. Croes ta mirando.


March 22 1968

~I' R

ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 22. 1988

Entrance to Casino and Baccarat Rooms.
Entrada pa Sala di Casino y Baccarat.

Governor of the Netherlands
Antilles Dr. N. Debrot.


Lt. Governor of Aruba,
O. S. Henriquez.

Night Club called Rembrandt Room.
Night Club yama Rembrandt Room.

Aruba Sheraton Adds 200 Rooms

Aruba's second large lux-
ury hotel, the Aruba Sheraton
Hotel & Casino, was officially
opened March 15, 1968, by
His Excellency Governor Dr.
N Debrot.
Speakers at the opening
were Governor Debrot; Lt.
Governor O. S. Henriquez;
Gustave A. Nouel, director of
Aruven which owns the hotel;
Deputy of Tourism T. Leest;
Robert Moore, co-founder and
chairman of the Executive
Committee of Sheraton Cor-
poration of America; and Er-
nest Henderson m, president
of Sheraton Corporation. MC
was Head of Aruba's Tourist
Bureau M. S. Kuiperi.
Designed by Charles Giller
from Miami, the Aruba She-
raton has 200 rooms, including
20 ocean suites and five Pa-
goda-style cabanas with 20
Lanai rooms.
The new hotel has a casino;
a Dutch arcade where various
shops are located; a cocktail

lounge called "Club Diablo";
a night club named Rem-
brandt Room combined with a
dining room called Dutch
Masters Room; the Arawak
coffee shop, barber shop,
beauty saloon; a large confer-
ence room for 350 people cal-
led "Antilles Room", which
can be partitioned into the
Aruba, Bonaire and Curaqao
rooms; a large Flamboyan
patio with a fresh water
swimming pool and pool bar
(Balashi Bar).
Built by Petrona & Croes,
the Aruba Sheraton cost
some 12.5 million Antillean
guilders. Up to inauguration
time, the building and furnish-
ing took 26 months to com-
During the peak period of
construction, some 300 work-
men found employment in the
project. When fully staffed,
the Sheraton Hotel will offer
about 350 jobs to people of
various skills.

Guests at inauguration of Aruba Sheraton Hotel.

at Palm Beach
Owned by the Aruven, the
new hotel is operated by She-
raton Corporation of America.
The project has been financed
by capital from various sour-
ces: 8 million guilders loaned
from Holland, 3 million guild-
ers from the Aruba Govern-
ment and one million guilder
from private local investors.
The private investors include
50 businesses and industries
and some 450 local citizens.
Lago purchased Fls. 100,000
of shares in the new hotel.
Sheraton Corporation invested
Fls. 300,000 in the project.
Built in Moorish-Spanish
colonial style, the Delft blue-
white hotel is located on
36,700 square meters of land
at Aruba's Palm Beach. Man-
ager of the Hotel is Carl J.
Kent and Resident Manager is
Karl Franck.
The cornerstore of the
Aruba Sheraton was laid on
October 2, 1965 by H.R.H.
Prince Bernhard.



March 22. 1968

March 22, 1968 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5

Deputy Of Tourism of Aruba,
T. Leest.

Robert Moore, President of She-
raton's Executive Committee.

The cocktail lounge "Club Diablo".
Sala di cocktel "Club Diablo".

Huespedes na inauguracion di Aruba Sheraton Hotel.

Front desk at right, with Dutch Arcade.
Oficina di entrada, cu Arcade Hulandes.

Aruba Sheraton, 200 Kamber Mas na Palm Beach

progressing tourism, is second
,a's Palm Beach.
in progress di Aruba, ta segundo
a Padm Beach.

Aruba su segundo hotel
grand, luhoso, Aruba Shera-
ton Hotel & Casino, a ser in-
augura oficialmente Maart 15
pa su Excelencia Gobernador
Dr. N. Debrot. Oradores na e
habrimento tabata Gobernador
Debrot; Gezaghebber O. S.
Henriquez, Gustave A. Nouel,
director di Aruven cual ta
donjo di e hotel; Deputado T.
Leest; Robert Moore, co-fun-
dador y President di Comit6
Ehecutivo di Sheraton Corpo-
ration di America; y Ernest
Henderson III, president di
Sheraton Corporation. Maes-
tro di Ceremonia tabata Hefe
di Toeristen Bureau M. S.
Disefia pa Charles Giller di
Miami, Aruba Sheraton tin
200 kamber, incluyendo 20
"ocean suites" y cinco caba-
nas al estilo Pagoda cu tin
20 kamber Lanai.
E hotel nobo tin un casino;
un arcade Hulandes unda tin
various shop; un sala di cock-

tel yama "Club Diablo"; un
night club yamd Rembrandt
Room, combine cu un come-
dor bao number di Dutch
Masters Room; un Arawak
cofee shop, barberia, salon di
belleza; un sala grand di
conferencia yams Antilles
Room, cu particion pa kam-
bernan di Aruba, Bonaire y
Aruba; un Flamboyan patio
cu piscina y pool bar, yams
Balashi Bar.
Construi pa Petrona &
Croes, Aruba Sheraton a cos-
ta como 12.5 million florin An-
tiliano. Te na su inaugura-
cion, e edificio y muebles a
tuma 26 luna pa complete.
Durante period di maximo
construction, algun 300 tra-
hador a haya empleo den e
proyecto. Ora su personal ta
complete, Sheraton Hotel lo
ofrece como 350 trabao na
trahadornan di various ofishi,
manera waiters, personal di
cushina, di bar y kamber, pa
tene boeki, pa oficina y geren-

cia, bell boys, personal di ca-
sino, etc.
Mientras Aruven ta donjo
di e hotel, e ta bao operation
di Sheraton Corporation di
America. E proyecto a ser
financial pa capital di various
fuente: 8 million florin prestA
di Hulanda, 3 million flonn di
Gobierno di Aruba, y un mi-
lion florin di investornan lo-
cal. Esakinan ta inclui 50 ne-
gocio y industrial, y como 450
ciudadano local. Lago a cum-
pra Fs. 100.000 di action den
e hotel nobo. Sheraton Cor-
poration a inverti como
FIs. 300,000 den e proyecto.
Traha al estilo Moro-Span-
jo Colonial, e hotel di color
Delft blauw-blancu, ta situd
ariba un tereno di 36,700 me-
ter cuadra na Palm Beach di
Aruba. Gerente di e Hotel ta
Carl J. Kent y Gerente Resi-
dente ta Karl Franck.
E promer piedra pa Aruba
Sheraton a ser poni Oct. 2,
1965 pa S.A.R. PrinsBernhard

6 ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 22, 1968

Oil Can Be Used As Rainmaker

To Make Arid Areas Productive

The famines that killed 10
million people in Bengal in
1769 and 1770 were seen by
Thomas Malthus as a warn-
ing that humanity was out-
running its food base and fac-
ing disaster. His famous
warning, issued in 1798, was
premature, for though famin-
es continued as they do even
today in densely populated
areas, mankind's food base
has widened.
The opening up of new lands
in the Western Hemisphere
and the introduction of better
agricultural techniques have
not only enabled mankind to
survive but have increased
humanity's numbers from the
800 million of Malthus' day to
the current world population
of just under four billion.
Today there are new warn-
ings that man is outrunning
his food supply. But this time
there are no new lands to dis-
cover. The world population is
expected to double to seven
billion by the end of the cen-
tury, unless some steps are
taken to reduce the rate of
the population explosion.
New sources of food and
new methods of production
are also needed to assure ade-
quate supplies.
A large area of the world
that could produce food for
millions needs rainfall and
other sources of moisture to
become productive. These arid
lands are being studied by
scientists of Esso Research
and Engineering Company
who believe that oil can make
it rain.
The principle is simple
enough. An arid area, usually
a coastal region, is coated
with asphalt. This absorbs
solar heat. Like a city street

or parking lot, it gets 20 to
30 degrees hotter than the
surrounding earth.
This creates an updraft as
the hot air rises. Moist winds
are drawn in off the water
and carried upward causing
condensation. Clouds form and
release rain downwind from
the asphalt-coated patch.
The idea, now about to un-
dergo major tests, proves out
in small tests and in compu-
terized calculations. There is
also much man-made and na-
tural-science evidence to rein-
force the theory.
Masses of rain clouds char-
acteristically from off the lee-
ward shores of Pacific and
Caribbean islands.
Large forest fires and in-
cendiary bombings have pro-
duced rainstorms by the effect
of their updrafts. Big cities
which are really "islands" of
heat and big industrial plants
are often associated with
heavier local rainfall. Moun-
tains, by forcing warm air to
rise over their peaks into
cooler altitudes, produce rain
According to calculations, a
large asphalt-coated tract of
from 20 to 100 square miles
could provide 20 to 30 inches
of rain over an area two or
three times the size of the
"black island." The cost of
such rainmaking would run
around $75 an acre, with an-
nual maintenance costs of
about $10 per acre.
Large irrigation projects in
Egypt and Australia now cost
$300 to $600 an acre. Asphalt
rainmaking would thus be
more economical than present
methods, and oilmen believe
it can be made more depend-
able, too.

Maart 29 Awor Ta Ultimo Fecha

Pa Aplica pa un Beurs di Lago

E fecha final pa manda
aden aplicacionnan pa un
beurs pa anja escolar 1968/
1969 awor a ser aplazA for di
Maart 22 pa Maart 29, 1968.

lbrmulario di aplicacion y
mas information por ser ob-
teni door di yama Sr. R. Ni-

colaas na Telefoon 9-2527.

Eligible pa ser consider pa
un beurs ta empleadonan staff
y regular di Lago; yiunan di
empleadonan staff y regular
y di pensionistanan di Lago;
of cualkier persona naci den
(Continud na pagina 7)

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Studies indicate a large asphalt-coated tract about 20 to
100 sq. miles could provide 20 to 30 inches of rain over an
area two or three times the size of the "black island".
Estudio ta indica cu un pida tera asfalta di 20 pa 100
mifja cuadra por trece yobida di 20 te 30 duim riba tereno
cu ta dos of tres bez mas grand cu e tereno asfalta.

Azeta A wor Por Trece Yobida

Pa Haci Tera Secu Productivo

Miseria di chamber cu a ma-
ta 10 million hende na Bengal

na anja 1769 y 1770 a ser mi-
rd pa Thomas Malthus como
un aviso cu humanidad su
base di cuminda tabata caba
y tabata enfrentando disastre.
Su aviso famoso cu el a haci
na anja 1798 tabata prema-
tura, pasobra make miseria
di chamber a sigui te hasta
awe den lugarnan hopi poblA,
e base di cuminda pa humani-
dad a aumenta.
Cultivacion di tera nobo
den Hemisferio Occidental y
introduction di mehor tecnico
pa agricultural no solamente
a permit humanidad pa so-
brevevi, pero a aumenta can-
tidad di hende for di 800 mil-
lion den. tempo di Malthus te
na e population mundial ac-
tual di un poco menos cu cu-
atro billion.
Awendia tin aviso nobo cu
hende ta surpass e cantidad
di cuminda cu tin pe. Pero e
biaha aki no tin tera nobo pa
ser descubri. Population mun-
dial ta ser sperA di bira dob-
bel te na site billion pa fin
di e siglo aki, a menos cu al-
gun pasonan ser tumnA pa re-
duci e explosion di popula-
Fuente nobo di cuminda y
metodo nobo di production
tambe ta necesario pa ase-
gura comestibles adecuado.
Un region grand di mundo

cu por produce cuminda pa
miliones mester di yobida y
otro fuente di humedad pa
bira productive. E teranan in-
fertil aki awor ta ser studiA
door di cientificonan di Esso
Research & Engineering Com-
pany kende ta kere cu azeta
por trece yobida.
E principio ta hopi simpel.
Un lugar secu, generalmente
un region na costa, ta word
cubri cu asfalt. E asfalt aki
ta absorb cayente di solo.
Mescos cu un caya of lugar di
parkeer den ciudad, e asfalt
ta bira 20 te 30 grado mas
cayente cu e tera den vecin-
E calor aki ta causa un
halzamento di e aire cayente.
Biento conteniendo humedad
cu ta bini for di awa (lama)
ta word hibA na laria y ta
condensa. Asina nubia ta for-
ma y ta trece yobida na e
banda di e tera asfalta cu ta
contrario for di unda e biento
ta bini.
E idea aki, pa cual awor
testnan na escala mas grand
ta bai ser haci, ta proba ca-
ba den testnan chikitu y se-
gun calculacionnan di compu-
tador. Tin ademas hopi evi-
dencia cu hende mes a form
y di naturaleza y ciencia pa
fortifica e teoria aki.
Ta conoci cu masa di nubia
ta forma na e banda di costa
(Continud na pagsa 7)


March 22. 1968 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 7

Cinco di Mechanical, Five Mechanical, Two Process Men March 29 Is Last Day

Ds di Prces a Gana Earn FIs. 40 Each in CYI Awards To Apply for Grants
F. 40 di Premis CYI Of Lago Scholarship
Seven ideas earning total E. Rasmijn Mechanical-M&C Scholarship
Siete idea cu a gana un to- awards of Fs. 280 were ap- J. emeleer The deadline for turning in
tal di Fls. 280 na premio a proved during February. The Mechanical-M&C applications for scholarship
ser aprob durante Februari. C1 winnersicluded v men grants for school year 1968/
E ganadornan di CYI ta ri. CYI winners included five men W. A. Williams 1969 has now been moved
E ganadornan di CYI ta in- from Mechanical and two 1 h n b mv
clui cinco homber for di Me- from Process. Mechanical-CTR from March 22 to March 29,
chanical y dos for di Process. Initial awards of Fl. 40 H. V. Besselink 1968.
Premionan inicial di Fla. 40 each went to: Process-Oil Movements Application forms and fur-
cada uno a bai pa: P T ioa.nn M. A. Tromp Process-Refin. their information can be ob-

P. J. Beaujon -
S. Franken -
Mechanical-OMD Zone
E. Rasmgn Mechanical-M&C
J. C. Semeleer -
W. A. Williams -
H. V. Besselink -
Process-Oil Movements
M. A. Tromp Process-Refin.
Durante Januari e anja aki,
nuebe idea adopted a paga un
total di Fls. 915 na premio

PCAR is still "Problem

SArea". Submit your idea

for this area and win

fls. 50 Bonus

S. Franken -
Mechanical-OMD Zone

I Azeta Por 1
(Continud di pagina 6)
di islanan den Pacifico y Ca-
ribe cu ta keda contrario na
direction di biento.
Candela grand di montanja
y bomnan incendiario a yega
di causa yobida door di e
efecto di e aire cayente cu ta
bai laria. Ciudadnan grand,
cu en realidad ta mescos cu
"islanan" cu ta manda calor
y tambe plantanan grand in-
dustrial hopi bez ta causa mas
yobida local. Cerunan haltu,
cu ta forza aire cayente pa
subi pasa nan top te na haltu-
ranan mas frieuw, tambe ta
produci nubianan di awaceru.
Segun calculacionnan, un


During January this year,
nine adopted ideas paid
Fis. 915 in total initial wards.

ece Yobida I
pida tera cubri cu asfalt entire
20 te 100 milja por trece 20
te 30 duim di yobida ariba un
region cu ta dos of tres bez
mas grand cu e lugar asfal-
ta. E costo di yobida por ta
mas o menos $75 pa un pida
tera di 4,000 meter cuadrd.
Mantenecion pa anja di e pi-
da tera asfalta aki lo ta $10.
Proyectonan grand di iri-
gacion na Egipto y Australia
awor ta costa $300 te $600
pa cada 4000 meter cuadra.
Esey ta indica cu trece yobi-
da usando asfalt ta mas eco-
nomico cu e metodonan actual
y e expertonan di azeta ta
kere e por ser hacl mas con-
fiable tambe.

trained by calling Mr. R. Nico-
laas on Phone 9-2527.
Eligible for scholarship con-
sideration are staff and reg-
ular employees, retirees or an-
nuitants of Lago; or anyone
who is born in the Nether-
lands Antilles of Antillean
parents and who has received
the majority of his/her edu-
cation in Aruba.
Applicants must possess at
least a MULO-B, UTS, HBS-
A or B diploma.

Beurs di Lago
(Continud di pagina 6)
Antillas Hulandes for di pa-
rientes Antillano y kende a
recibi mayoria di su educa-
cion na Aruba.
Aplicantes master tin por lo
menos un diploma di MULO-

While visiting Aruba recently, Commanding General of the
Netherlands Marines from Holland, Major General A. M.
Luijk, and party were special guests at Lago. Here the
group is at Lago's Guesthouse 71, where Laqo Management
gave a luncheon in honor of the guests: (I to r) Process
Manager G. L. MacNutt, Marine Colonel V. J. L. Blom,
Marine Lt. Colonel A. J. M. Middelhoff, PR/IR Manager
B. E. Nixon, U.S. Navy Commander C. D. Harvey, Vice
President J. M. Ballenger, President W. A. Murray and
Major General A. M. Luijk.

Mientras bishitando Aruba recientemente, Comandante Gen-
eral di Mariniers for di Hulanda, General Majoor A. M.
Luijk, y grupo tabata huespedes special na Lago. Aki e
grupo ta na Lago su Guesthouse 71, na unda Gerencia di
Lago a ofrece un comida na honor di e huespedes: (r pa d)
Gerente di Process G. L. MacNutt, Colonel di Mariniers V.
J. L. Blom, Luitenant Colonel di Mariniers A. J. M. Middel-
hoff, Gerente di PR/IR B. E. Nixon, Comandante di Marina
Americano C. D. Harvey, Vice President J. M. Ballenger,
President W. A. Murray y General Majoor A. M. Luijk.


Afternoon Clinic Hours Changed

at Lago Hospital

Beginning April 1, 1968, the following clinic hours will be
in effect at the Lago Hospital for both employees and fam-
ily members:
Employee Family Members Clinic Hours
Morning Afternoon
Monday 8 10:30 1- 3
Tuesday 8 10:30
Wednesday 8 10:30 1 3
Thursday 8 10:30
Friday 8 10:30 1 3

Lago Employees Clinic Hours
Morning Afternoon
Monday 7- 12 1 -4
Tuesday 7 12
Wednesday 7 12 1 -4
Thursday 7 12
Friday 7 12 1 4
Emergency cases will continue to be handled by the Hos-
pital around the clock.
(Family members may cut out the above schedule and
keep it together with their Hospital Identification Card)

Ganadornan di

Na Curacao 1
Diezcuater estudiante for di
Curavao, kende a gana e con-
curso di opstel pa Statuutdag
anja pasA, tabata huespedes
special na Lago recientemente.

Na Teatro di Esso Club, e
estudiantes a mira un presen-
tacion di slide y e Film di Car-

41 lilth


a Bishita



naval 1967 di Lago durante
Despues e grupo a ser hiba
ariba un tour den refineria
door di PR/IR Assistant S.
E program a ser conclui
cu un comida ofreci na Esso

Kingdom Day essay contest winners were guests of Lago at
a luncheon at Esso Club.
Ganadornan di Statuut Opstel tabata huespedes di Lago na
un comida na Esso Club.

*. r - - - -
Winning students of Kingdom Day Essay contest from
Curacao tour Lago Refinery.
Estudiantes ganador di Statuut Opstel for di Curacao ta
haci tour den Refineria di Lago.

Winners of Kingi

Contest in Cura

Fourteen sti
ragao, who wc
Day essay c
year, were sp
Lago recently.

dents from Cu-
on the Kingdom
contest for last
)ecial guests at

At the Esso Club Theater,
the students saw a slide pre-

dom Day Essay

cao Visit Lago
sentation and Lago's 1967
Carnival Film in the morning.
Subsequently the group was
taken on a refinery tour by
PR/IR Assistant S. Luydens.
The program was concluded
with a lunch offered at the
Esso Club.

Oranan di Clinica Merdia Ta

Cambia na Lago Hospital
Cuminzando April 1, 1968, e siguiente oranan di clinic lo
ta na vigor na Lago Hospital pa ambos empleadonan y
miembronan di familiar:
Familia di Empleado Oranan di Clinica
Mainta Merdia
Dialuna 8 10:30 1 3
Diamars 8 10:30
Diarazon 8 10:30 1 3
Diahuebs 8 10:30
Diabierna 8 10:30 1 3
Empleadonan di Lago Oranan di Clinica
Mainta Merdia
Dialuna 7 12 1 4
Diamars 7 12
Diarazon 7 12 1 4
Diahuebs 7 12
Diabierna 7 12 1 4
Casonan di emergencia lo sigui ser atendi door di Hospital
24 ora pa dia.
(Miembronan di familiar por corta e list aki riba y pone'le
hunto cu nan Carchi di Famila pa Hospital di Lago).


March 22, 1968