Windward Islands' opinion

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Windward Islands' opinion
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v. : ; 31 cm.
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English
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Philipsburg, Netherlands Antilles
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1- July 1, 1959-

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University of Florida
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Sizod 3oni." And this ii the
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'h iif you a is wuill join
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a, at iorn gaoloinel, are th e Bpr~of
Iioh iv) ill be stored at +h Brlk
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four your company and I aloo kow
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S reemS become a reality"1r "It is. an
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Sby o doing put a new "niein"senlr into
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of the Standard Oir'Co. .J. (parent-
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—=—=TT "R WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY MAY 12. 1962 French"Part by Mr. E. (Milo) Tao&Ling) He expressed Special thanks to Mr. Freddy LQUI for the good joo is doing. fcV,"Cole also made it olear in his addre ss"that wit'll the opening of a Bulk Term ilia 1 here, it would now mean that the words t"N0 ESSO GASOLBTE ON THE ISLAND" would be a thing of the past. "But" said he""It should also oe 'known that'by constructing a Bulk Terminal hero, fry company has not only" demonstrated its willingness to s erve you better, but has also given proof that it has confidence in "the. future of this island. He further explained that, gasoline,kerosene, diesol, and aviation gasoline, "are the products which will be 3tored at "the Bulk Terminal, The next speaker was the Lt. Governor Mr. J.J. Beaujbn, who ""in his speech" saidi "It is for we a great pleasure"to soe a now "investment go into operation" ••<> *lfr, L.B. Scott I congratulate'y ou'on this, which' is a •great day for you,"I know better*'than most people how hard you have worked for your oompany and I also know that today you have seen one of your dreams become a reality"",,, "It is an honour and a pleasure for mo to officially open this Bulk Terminal and by "so doing put a new investment"into operation". With these remarks"Mr 0 J.J. Beaujon accompanied bye IV, L.B. Scott, Esso Dealer Mr. R 0 Bastlan of the Standard Oil"CO, N.J. (parent' Qompany) in Ne w York, Mr. R, Turner, Regiohal'Manager for Esso SoAi in Miami, Mr, A. C.'Santos, General Manager of the Southern Division Mr. H.L, Cole, Division'Manager of the Anti 1 le s Area and Mr. Freddy Lam walked over to the operating-panals (switch-board) of the Bulk Terminal and pressed a button which"oaused gasoline to flow from the storage-tank "into tte tank of the Esso dilivery truck /aid thus the Esso Bulk Terminal went into operation, "" > The next speaker was Mr. L 0 'B".' Scott who in on able manner'gave a brief outline'of the history of Esso in St, Maarten, He also thanked the general public for the oooperafion whioh he and Esso have enj6yed froiu'them during $he past 13 years, and expressed the hope that this oooperation wouM continue ,,, He thanked Esso Management for its confidence in tne future of the island. At the.end of Mr. Sooths ad-' dress, Mr. Preddy Lam who wa3 MeC. for the. occasion invited all present for Cooktails at t He Little Bay Hotel',' Among those present at this memorable evenS wo'rei Mr, J.J, Beaujon*' Lt." Governor/'Deputy Milton Peters; Mr, Otto Ifeyers, a founder Of the Datoh" & Frdnoh Commit$e6 for Religious Purpose, at'New York Mr. E 0 *^Milo) Tackling,"Esso Dealer of French'St", Martin^ Mr. tnd"Mrs. Van do Bds/'Mrs. L.C. Fleming, ^Mr".' Fred Wils"6n,"Mr<, John Fredftifck, 14*",' G,' Scott, Mr/'and Mrs, Wallace"Poterson, Mr. and'Mr 3V Guy Hodge, Mr, and'Mrs, Gevers, Direct* or of'the St. Maferten Electric" Company Mr. Irad tbnoher,"Mr. Alexander Rion' ardsoii; JJ.. arid SVs, Cooper, Manager of"'Caribair Branoh-offic6 at Philipsburg, 14*, von' der Heuvel, Head of the Oranje-sohool, Mr. Louis Guy, Miss Ninette Frosten',' Rev FatTW'Bora dor i Mr. Doelwijlcl: Mr. Lobo, Mr. Alberio Richards, Mr, andOVs. PhilipBryan Miss Luoia Connor, Mr, Ilias Riohardson Mr. Hooft, Head of trie SoArernnent Ra"' dio and Tolograp'a servioej Mr. Overmeer Monag'er of Sea Mew Hotel, Mr. and Mrs.' Donker, Mr. J. (Chick? Arrindell, Mr. and 3Vs. "Buncampar, IV. van de Wal and mmy others too aimerous to mention. The Cocktail party which' was held at the Little B Q y I-fetel from 6 p,m. to"'8t30 p,m, was attended by about 300 persons and was according to many"present, the best Cocktail party ever given on the island* The Bulk Terminal which was constructed "by Wilson Construction Company (an American company estabtishe"d at St. Kitts) consists of ifour storage tankst One storage tank for Diesel with a oapacity of 20D0 drums cr llO^C gallons One storage tank for motor gasoline with a capacity of 1000 drums or • 55*"000 gallons One storage tank"for kerosene with a capacity of 800 Drums or"44,000 gallons Ona storage tank for aviation gasoline with a capacity of 600 drums or 53,000 gallons, ****************** EXPORT REPRESENTATIVE OF J & R TENNFJNT LTD. VISITED ISLAND. Mr. W,Y, Thomson, Export Representative of J & R Tennent Ltd. \rrived here on Tuesday last and leit on Thursday. J & R^ennent Ltd. of'Glaflgow Scotland are'iOBkers of th>ir world famous lager "Beer, and Stout aid also the proprietors of Maolachlans vi-vo Castle Sootoh Tffhisky. "• airing his stay on the island fc-i Thomson s'tay at -he Sea View Hot;., the most modern and up-to-date hotel ii



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%  —~^ WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY MAY 12. 1962 not be removed* It is we, that sometimes are act oompetent for Hfe, wa that are lazy, coward, idle; for,"when one sets himself to lAve a useful, and grand life, man oannot interrupt him,"and God will not! And let U3 not forget that the* man who hates is the man Who has already e nslave dliimself ; and he lies "... if he says he loves God* Sometime ago I had a talk -with, our Editor of the.Opinion, Mr. Lake, and I tried to get" him" to talk about his ^ political oareer, he*"wa3 reluotant *in doing this, but after a little discussion said to me: "No one savo God Knows the trials, and fai lures, and struggles, whioH I*"have voluntar ily"*enoountered in order to gain my experience; they have no knowledge of the 3acrifi*des'I have made; of the undaunted efforts** put forth, of the faith",' I have exercised, that I might overoome""the apparently insumountable, and resize the vision'of my heart;" said he* "I have been "driven many times to my knees in. prayer by the overwhelming oonviotion that I had no where else to go; my own wisdom and all that I 1aad about me seemed insufficient for'.'these days. That all our hope and trust is to be put in God alone 0 And this is the man they want to kill, but their fugitive thoughts are just faded splendour. They had better pay to have him protected, for as long as he lives so will they, but if soVuch as a hair is harmed on his body, their lives will be but a walking shadow3o I want to leave one fact With you definite, clear and abvious, you whoever you are, will join him"there, "six may go"for one's So taste your bitter fruit, "for I am watohing the situation rather oloselyo Followers and leaders of the W.I.P.P. everytime things seem to get to the limit of human endurance; in all sincerity, you can repeat these words* "UNDERNEATH ME ARE HIS EVERLASTING ARMS" believe them strongly, and you will"senoe His presence and His teuoh. Here I will stop, but you begin, with* n GOD GRANT ME THE COURAGE TO CHANGE THE THINGS I CAN CHANGE, THE 3ERENITY TO %  ACCEPT THOSE I CANNOT CHANGE,.AND THE WISDOM. TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BUT GOD GRANT ME" THE COURAGE NOT TO GIVE TJP ON WHAT I THINK IS RIGHT EVEN %  THOUGH I THINK"^ ?S ffOJFELBSS." ** Dear rea^erg,thanks for your attention. ,'• %  si ********************* -ten FELLOW WINDWARD ISLANDERS RESIDING IN ST. MAARTEN AND IN PARTICULAR OUR FELLOW LABOURERS. %  —i. i n mV %  .i.^— — %  I N %  % % %  fc A v. Co ntr ibute d by: A Windwar d Islan der "BLESSED IS HE WHO HAS DEDICATED A DAY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE TO WORK, SWEAT AND BLEED TO EARN THElR^BREAD". These are the'words ibhat wefe"said by an old man, on


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WINDWARD ISLANDS f OPINION J_ SATURD ;1Y MAY-1^ ,19fc>_. ISKNENI 'S P R I Z-E CONTEST DRINK TENNENT'S BEER & STOUT SAVE THE STOPPERS ANDWIN A BIG PRIZE FOR 1000 BEER STOPPERS WITH THE RED "T" YOU WILL RECEIVE A BEAUTIFUL 9" x 15" MIRROW FOR 500 BEER STOPPERS WITH THE RED "T" YOU WILL RECEIVE A LOVELY TABLE LAMP THERE WILL ALSO BE OTHER PRIZES FOR THOSE WITH 300 & 200 STOPPERS MARKED: TENNENT TENNENT'S WORLD FAMOUS BEER, IN ADDITION TO GIVING YOU THE BEST IN BEER AND STOUT TASTE, NOW ALSO GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO WIN VALUABLE' AND USEFUL PRIZES. DRINK TENNENT'S TO-DAY Aim ENJOY YOUR PRIZES TO-MORROW Agent"! MAYNARD'S AGENCIES .. Philips "burg,St. MAARTEN, N.A. Philigsburg, and he was shown around "by tho up-ahd-ooming"ydung 1x1312033 Ban lt Supert Haynard, Managing Di reotor of Maynard's Agencies, who. is tho^ agent for J & R Tennent Ltdo promote hero* %•• Thomson left Scotland Mafsh 19 s 1962 and have visttteds BernuSa, Naosua., Miami', Beleze *• Br Honduras, Jamaica Aruba, Curacao San'Juon/'SU Thcnas,' 3t Kitts, Nevis/'From bare ho will continue the tour to**air"the icl ands south of us and will return to thoUnited Kingdom on Juno 30, 19.62o m *************** 10 PASSED TYPING EXAWHATION AT 35, JOSEPH C0 LU5GS *w i %  IJ *. b On April 19, 10 children success' fully past the typing oxoa.inations which were given at 'tho St Jo sophCo llogo at Philipsburg, on that date* Seven of these children namelyi'S. Arndoll,'C 3 Boaujon, H. Dowling, M' Peterson, A Rogers*,' M t L* Vialono and Master J t Halman are students of the St., Josoph-Colleg', and ttiroo namely* Master Jo Beau'jon, Master ft Richardson, ancfTiaster Bo Sorton are stuoents of tho Oranje-sohool in Philips^urg. The Sto Josoph-Colloge is operated by'Roman Catholic Nuns and over, the years has played a great r^oll in educating" the youth of this island. Tfe congratulate all those who have successfully passed these examinations and widh tho Hov Sistors of the 3t Joseph-College oontinue'd suooess in tho noble and humanitarian task which', they are doing **********************



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mw* WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY I&Y-12.-1962 -— and demonstrate our sentiments towerds our slave-wages* Ife will-have our revenge taken* on that day and it will never be fbrgotten in the history of the working man* ""Just as the Frenoh population oelebrate"the 14th* of July, we Antillian Labourers will celetrate the*'4th of Juna "Just as the French'revolutionists stormed the %  BASTILLE"/' 80 we Antillian Labourers will"storm ota? "Bastille 1 Tne "feting Bureau", and show our oppressors what wa mean* Cur"storming will not, be similar to the Frenoh, it will be without"tho *' shedding of blood. Ife will storm'our Bastille by casting our yotes" for the Windward rslands* People's Party whioh will we working for the eterest of the working man* So fellow labourers in the Windward Islands, vo-fie that justice be done to you, vote for *£he higher wages, vo te for the Windward Islands People's Party. LONG LIVE THE PEOPLEJ LONG LIVE, THE LABOURER S. ************************* LETIER3 TO THE EDITOR (Not the responsibility of the Editor) Dear Mr. Edit ort Please allow me space in your widely reacfpaper, the Windward Islands Opinion, to write *6he v followingt In aooordanoe with the cries of the people of £H; # flbartin, Statia and Sabaj we as people from these, same little islands have found i*6 very muoh appropriate when we learn that the people of thefa.little islands have joined whole haarfcedly in battle against the strong men of these islands that apparently care but very little about the poor people of those same littfe islands* For"th*is reason we"the Windward"Is" landers residing here in Aruba are very nuoh oonoorned about your decisions to set up a new energetic government, whioh"would be more concerned about the welfare of the poor class of people in these islands. For Instance*,' if we should look baok through, our records of time and deeds, our hearts would surely turn and ache anew when'being .remino"ed of the way in w hioh our hurricane relief fund nad been distributed. Next to be considered"is the government low u wages, and very poor oonsi'deration for the poor obligated labourers of the islands, For the above reasons, we would appreciate very much, an answer to these few questions* Why should in"our days of autonomy; when we are flyingan *£nti}.w lian flag with six (6) stars, of whioh"arc the symbols of the sdx sister islands o*f the Antilles under" the Brotherhood of one; Central Government*,* should tine people Of these "three" Windward Islands, St. Maarte'n, St. Eustatius and Saba be paid by the Government fls*4*75 *per day as labourers in comparison to that of the other three sister islands? If no answer oan be given to these questions, then I will conclude that this is the fault of your government; and If these are the faults of .your government, it also means t*hat we have all rughts to vote *them otrb of power" and eleot a new bo'ard of representatives that would take more interest in the welfare of our poor olass of people So now is Jjour time to know whether you should free yourself from all w these 'unjust and un*Jmd"actions, or whether you would prefer %o oontinue your ever lasting crying from the heat of fire that you yourself ebntinue to promote for your own disadvantage* • *' For example, let's take in'oonsideration Aruba, the natives of Aruba have now found it necessary to make a .change in their government; and there"is no one that can" stop this chage from taking plaoe, because the Arubans are the'majority of voters in their oountry, and it is them to deside, and they have also decided* The Arubans have also decided that their list of candidates' should be, oomprise*d of all irubans, to take over the governaent as representatives of the Arubansi so it is for this'Veason we the Windward Is&dders in Aruba have also decided"t6 form.a" slate of Windward Islanders, the Windward Islands People s Party ("tf.I.P.P.) with .the hope of eleoting one or even two candidates to the State n* DEAR WINDWARD ISLANDERS LET U3 ALL JOIN AS ONE AND ON JUNE 4th* VOTE FOR IHE W.I.P.P. ** Yours truly A Windward Islai der residing ,An Aruba* ************************ E S S 0 (Continued from page 2) Part by 14** L*B* Scott ondvon the



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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINI ON SATURDAY MAY 12, 1962 v; FfahfINflWARD TRLANDfl* OPINION c i t iz en wh o votes i n th e forth —I Is published every Saturday It was established by J.H. Lake,Sr. on July 1, 1959* as & means of helping to improve the social, economical, educational and political conditions of the Windward Islands by advocating against the cause of Injustice and oppression, j EDITOR DUTCH SECTION! J.H. Lake, Sr; P.O. Box 22, Philipsburg, St, Maarten, N;A. EDITOR FRENCH SECTION "ra". B. Morales Marlgot, St. Martin, F-.W.I. Printers: The People's Printery \---v Backstreet -Phiiipsburg- ;— REPRESENTATIVES! IN ARUBA: Mr. J;p; York Sabastraat 55 A San Nicolas IN STATIAJ Mr. V. Tobin Oranjestad, IN SABA: Mr. David Donker The Bottom & Mrs. Rebecca Levenstone The Bottom j AMERICAN CONSULATE GENERAL WILLEMSTAD, CURACAO, N.A. Press Release No. 5 The Consulate General of the United States in warning all persons of U.S. nationality against voting in the forthcoming elect-lons int he Net heriandsAnt i llee-vcoming elections on June 4, 1962 in the Netherlands Antilles will therefore lose his nationality effective on that date; Such loss will occur in all cases when a ballot is cast, whether or not the person is awar of the United States law and whether or not under the law of the Netherlands Antilles he in fact possesses the right to vote; May 8, 1962. iUiiuuyu^ yfciiiuyy uiiMUuyuut M m H fl wr'H H nTt ft M H TTTnt'TvTrWrr H'It 'KTCTV ESSO STANDARD OIL S.A. LTD. SETS HIGH STANDARD AT FORMAL OPENING CEREMONY OF BULK TERMINAL AT KAY BAY. On Friday April 27, Esso Standard Oil S.A. ltd. which for the past 13 years, has given this community the very best in service through its local agent, the widely known and well re* -spe-eted Mr. L.B. Scott, dempnstrated its confidence in the future of our island by formally opening it Bulk Terminal.;which is situated at Kay Bay near t&e G.E.S.M. (St. Maarten Electric Company) power station. T.he opening ceremony which took place on the site of the Bulk T erminal started at 5:35 p.m; and the welcome address was made by Mr. A. (Freddy) L. Lam, District Sales Representative, who is stationed at St. Kitts but who during the past five years( he first came to St. Maarten five years ago to spend his honeymoon) has become a well-known figure on the island. In his welcome address which was most appropriate and well delivered, Mr. Lam expressed gratitude for the cooperation which he had received from the people here in general and in particular from the Lt; Governor Mr. J.J. Beaujon. .At the end of his address Mr. Lam introduced Mr. H.L. Cole, "DiVlslton'"Snager~bf""the Antilles" Area, who~said(among other things) that,he was very^pleased to announce that his"company "ESSO" was well represented in St; Maarten St. Martin(On the Dutch A United States citizen who voluntarily casts a vote in a political election of any other country will lose his United States citizenship, under existing United States law; Any United States (See ESSO in on page 5)



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VOLUME TIGHTLY BOUND WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY MAY 12. 1962 %  i ii FLASH GREAT NEWS, 1 1 %  t 'In tho newsp apors of Monday, May 17, 1962 appoared tho' groat tidings that Mr* van"dor EGO., candidate No* 11 on tho Democrat List (Daa'cl Party) his requested the Democrat Party not to regard him as one of their candidates anymore."ANOTHER HAS TAKEN EIS DISMISSALS! Mr* Clivo Petorson gave the signal and now liko sheep thoy are"all following. Indeed a wise aotion for it is plainly seen the D3ad Party's lat hour is at hando TWO CANDIDATES H£VE LEFT THEMTWHO WILL BE NEXT??? Thore are whispers. "The Netherlands Antilles'Tiave been driven in bankruptcy by cdrrupt and" irresponsible government* If the borrowed money had been spent only for the purposes and'pro je cts Holland meant it to bo used for gladly the taxpayers would have paid it back, ut thi3 is not the oase. Corrupt politicians are sucking'the life's blood of our islands* Iri'Saba, we have hocr'd it oxposed. In Curaoao likewi se. More will follow* Throughout the' entire Antilles dissatisfaction roignso In Curacao now is being fought out before, the publio's eyes a great conflict between the Gezaghenner of"Curac*ab and Minister Isa* The Democrat Party is torn to pieces by conflicts in its own bosom* Men of conscience leavo the sinking ship before it is too late&i Leave the crew that has put the Antilles on the"reof of bankruptcy, debts and disastreous government* • WINDWARD -ISLANDERS SEE FOt YOURSELVES, DISHONESTY DOES NOT PAY. It brings doom and destruction. VOTE FOR THE WIPP and elect your THREE outstanding Windwajd Islands candidates H.I. LOPES, CH. 3. W* VtffES and H. Cl' EVERY. A strong Windward Island government guided"by these Intelligent and capable Windward Islanders is the aim"of tho Windward Isladers in tho entire Netherlands Antilles o Iroud we "are to congratulate Messrs*" Olive Peterson and van der'Ree on their wise 'decision. Daily victory becomes closer and olearer to see-. VICTORY FCR THE WIPP. VICTORY FOR HOgNESTY AND JUSTICE IN THE NAME OF EVERY FREEDOM LOVING' WINDWARD ISLANDER IN THE NETHERLANDS ANTILLES, LONG LIVE THE PEOPLE^ ****************************** THANKS thanks to all those persons who assist-1 ed in'making my recent visit to Curaoao and Aruna a success. Jose H, Lake, Sr* ****************************** DR. SCHOL T O LEAVE ST. MAARTEN Dr* Sohol Government Physician will leave St. Maarten between the 1st* and 15th* of June 1982* Dr* Sohol oontreot with the Government! will expire on July 15*, 1 1962* Three months ago"he wrote a request"to the Lt* Governor Mr. J.J. Beaujoh expressing hi|s desire to have his 'contract renewed*" Up last week however the Lt. Governor did not reply to this request, because of this Dr". Sohol has deoided to leave and has forwarded'another letter to the Lt."Governor informing him of"this* "Dr* Schol during his stay here has pBo'von himself to" be a man, and has been a credit to his profession* His policy of staying above'and out of politics has won for him the respect and admiration of many in this coranunity* % ********************* NOTICE DEAR READERS THE W.Is OPINION WAS NOT PUBLISHED FOR TWO SATURDAYS, BECAUSE ITS EDITOR MR. JOSE K. LAKE, SR. HAD TO VISIT CURACAO AND ARUBA. ************* SPORTS BASEBALL • Dae to oertain circumstances -we are unable to give a oomplete coverage of the baseball games played in the last two weeks, we shall try to do so in our next issue* Tfe would like howovbr to say that the Caribair baseball team of Marigot has caused and upset in the 1962 baseball competition by first defeating Caterpillars of Philipsburg and then KVL.M. of"* Cul-de-Sao Jtnd now tho players of CarihJ air are saying that they will defeat Caterpillars when they clash today at t^ 3 Sport field in-Cul-do-Sao at 2i30"p*m*" For the abovemontioned and"other storie in ^he field of sports bo sure to get your' oopy of the next issue of the WindWard Islands' Opinions I wish through this medium to exjreas CRICKET t Wa wore informed 'that a ortp



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TTOHWKD ISLANDS 1 OPINION 9: \ SATURDAY HAY 12. 1962 ket team frdm Aruba has contacted oriotetera here, asking about the possibility of playing a aeries 6f matohes here starting on Augnst"2, 1962. The arloketera hore are now making plans for'these games* We snail keep our readers'posted on the prb"gros8 of tnese plans, sinoe such a series of orloket natohea would bo of great inter oat to Windward Islanders at home and abroad* BOXING %  ^ g== Aooording' to an article -which appeared in the Beura-etf-Nieuwaber iohten t>f Monday May 7, 1962, Sagar Boy Nando, undefeated Middle-weight'Shampion of the Nether lands Antilles, and boxing Idol'of Aruba will fight against Terry Dowries, ox-Middle-weight Chanpion of the world at Wembleypoo 1" in London on May 22, 1962. "*We ish Sugar Boy Nando who hails from St. Maarten, suooess in this flight, *************** 3 0 C I A L CORNER BIRTHDAYS* On April 21, Miss Mary Sioha>d8on of Philipsburg oelebrated her birthday thei occasion waa marked by a party given at"her home oh the 8ame evening*"Tnis party waa attended by many of her* Velatives and friends",' and all who were there had a" wonderful evening, life wish Miss Hiohardson many more, happy birthdays*" V -"Mr. Neville'Lake of Philipaburg celebrated hi a birthday on April 24* Mr* Lake ia"an up-and-ooming young man who is admired % many in this community for dooent and respectful mannerism,' he is also a member o f the Philipsburg Methodiat ohior."Happy .birthday Neville and many happy-returna of the day* •/The oharming Mlas Laurel "Peterson oelebratedTher birthday on April 26* Mlas Peterson is" the daughter of Mr• and Mr9. Wallace Peterson of Philipsburg; and is an'employee of the Government, booatiae of her friendly attitude aho i8 very maati liked In thia community* Many of'her" friends dropped in to see her on her bjrthday and in addition to her warm smile which "is enjoyed by all those who dropped in ware also treated to refreshment and soft nusio* *************** QCMpg.AND GOING "Mr* John (Hank) Peters who is now working in 3t. Thomas paid his relatives and friends a short visit during the Easter 39ason*~ -Mr* SInolair Lake"of the Bush-road took some time off'from his job in 9t* Thomas to pay his relatives and friends, here "a little visit during the last weak" df April* -The attractive and"c harming Miss Luola Connor arrived hero throe wooks ago from Now York to "spend a vacation with hero relatives here*"Luoia who has boon residing in New York for the past two is the daughter of Mr* and Mrs* Connor of Fronoh Qiartor and the niece of t'he well-known businessman Mr* Philip Bryan of Central Stores and Garage* A farewell party was given in her honour af'tte Soa View Hotel in Philipsburg on Thurdday last, by "Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bryan* Among those present at this party were"Mr* and Mrs, Ilia's Richer "daon, Mr* and Mra* 1 Vance James, IS-."and MraV J* Illf&ge,"Mr'. Sam Hazel*,' Mr* and Mrs. Blair Forcte, Mr* and Mrs. Joae Lake*,' 3r*, Mr* and Mrs. Godfry Brooks, Miss'Mary Hiohardson", Miss Lydla Arrindell, Mr* J# (Chick) Arrindell, Mr, Auguston GlBbs pd his two oharming*'young daughters Miss Ore-lie Vanterpool*,' Mr. J aok Tool, Mr* Rupert Maynard, Mr* A*B* Fleming'and others* In addition to the enchanting atmosphere, whioj One always enjoys at the" Sea View Hotel the soft lights and romantic musio there was also plenty on hand to eat and drink Spooialties'af the evening weret A special punch pr*epared"by"one of the"ialand 1 s .best bartender Mr* Blair Forcte aai barbecued mutton prepared by Mr* Martin* The attractive and oharming Miss Conr ner left by Caribair for the U.3.A* on" Friday last* -Mias Joy Arnell, who spent seme time! at the 3t*""Roae Hospital, loft"for"Curacao on Thursday May 3, for further nBdioal treatment, she was accompanied on the trip by her"8iater Miss Pearl Arnell* Aooording to reporta"Miaa Arnell*who is the Lt* Governor's Secretary is seriously ill* Just before going to pres8 we were informed that the condition of Miss Joy Arnell has become more critical* ********* ********** IN 005 NEXT ISSUB#READ ABOUT i HOW CLAUDE Tt.THEY EXPRESSED HIMSELF ON LABO0R-DAY %  MJTGH CAUGHT GIANT SIZE FISH WHILE SKIN DIVING OFF POINT BLANCHE. -******************* MB



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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION a&IPRDg MAY 12; .1962 WINDWARD I3LAUDS PEOPLE'S PARTY I UN HE MT3T 1 FOR IN GOP TO3 TRUST* i %  By YIP v"Thus* k far hath the Jord brought us;" You are doing a great job; oontinue to itrust your selves ; great men have always done a>, and confided themselves childlike to the genius of their age, betraying their perceptions that the Eternal was stirring'at their bearts, %  working through their hands, predominating' in all their being, life are now men, and mast aooept in the highest mincf'the same tranoendent "destiny; Not oowards fleeing before a orumbling government, but redeemers, and tnefaotor s, underthe Almighty efftr t Let us^advanoe, and advance on ohoa^s and darkness."' The Dem."Party gang is soared to flight*,' for the onoe' ignorant and the poor are now aroused, to oheok their lying hospitality and false affections life no longer want to live to the expectation of the8o deceived"'and deceitful people by whom we ore now %  _. governed. We'of the W.I.FVP. want to be ourselves, ,we"'oan""ot break ourselves any"longe^ for you. We refuse to hurt you, and ourselves any more by hypooritioal attentions. We Cannot, and will not sell our' liberty, selfro'dpeot and human dignity, to save the personal interest of a small "few And besides** all persons have their moments of reason when they too look out in&> the region of absolute'truth; The more peopl e look into the'region of absolute truth here, the more they will justify us, "and do as we are do• Do not shun the rugged battle of fate, where strenght is born; for welcome evermore to gods and men is the "SELF HELPING MANJ ? For him all doors are flung wide open him all tongues greet all honour orowns all eyes follow with desire. Cur love goes out to him and embrace him, beo'ause he did notn neecfit. We'solicitously oaress and oeletrate him,"beoause he held on his way and soorned our disapprobation. The God love"him because'men hated him. To you persevering mortals, 1 say "PERSEVERE". For the blessed Immortals are swift ana will give as courage'to defend the right .-" alone, if need be, when the world is ong. It' was alright' for a so called D (eed ) POartyJ follower to write a poem against our Party,'but instead of wasting time I doing that,"I would suggest he examine his own heart and soul and be honest enough wit*", himself to acknowledge all the worng things he knows has been, and are still going on inside his party thafhe has been a witness to and even wrong "things, that have been done to him, par sonally. Is he .afraid *to leave the D(ead) P(arty)t Is he profiting anything being in it? He Tchown that this present D.Po Governnent is only.a joke, and that he himself does not have oonftdenoe in it; neither doe3 it like or trust him; D.P. FOLLOWERKNOW THYSELF. TO THY OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND YOU OANNOf'BE FAL3E\T0 ANYONE ELSE. Mr. Editor, a powerful, useful man is known by his enemies, not*'his* fr'iends; tell me how many'strong, important enemies a man has, and I use'that man, to do any important job, and know it shall be well-done. Men and women of-the W.I.P.P. "STAND STILL AND SEE THE SALVATION OF'THE LORD." "BE STILL /JID KNOW THAT I AM GOD." It is a fact that'when you fight for a cause that is"right, that you will'have to faoo oriticlsm, resentment, and hate, but we are no strangers to these things.' And will fight to wi n." wnd will trust HIM, when doubts assail us, trust'HIM, when* trust;,is small, trust HtM, when simply to trust HIM,""is -the Hardest thing


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