Windward Islands' opinion

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Title:
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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weekly
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periodical   ( marcgt )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1- July 1, 1959-

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University of Florida
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AA00000504:00021


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YOU THE BEST IN BEER AND STOUT TASTE, NOW ALSO GIVE.

YOU A CHANGE TO WIN VALUABLE AND USEFUL PRIZES.

DRINK TENNENT S TO-DAY AND.

ENJOY YOUR PRIZES TO-MORROW

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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION Friends, ••_. • : Your office machine has now become an Inseparable part of modern Industrial life; so has also the ordinary typewriter in modern home life. These machines are, nevertheless, delicate beings, design to give you high qualiiy service. To attain this continually, your machines must be regularly serviced and maintained by a competent serviceman; You can now have your machines properly serviced and repaired right here in St. Maarten by a competent and experienced mechanic, Mr. J.F. Hyman, with many years of practice in the extensive business field of Curacao, now offers you the best of service in, typewriters, adding mach,, calculators, cash^ registers and stencil and addressing machines. Just drop In at Philipsburg, Front Street No. 83, just opposite the Oranje-school, You 11 be happy you did. MRS FLEMING GARAGE OVER-de-POND AT MARIGOT IS THE PLACE WHERE YOU CAN HAVE THE BEST REPAIRS DONE TO YOUR CAR,-BY A WELL TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED MECHANIC SO PUT AN END TO ALL YOUR CAR TROUBLES BY VISITING MRS FLEMING GARAGE OVER-de-POND MARIGOT FLASH t t • c FLASH t i EVERYONE LIKES THAT WHICH IS NEW AND BEAUTIFUL AND NOW MONIQUE EMMANUEL, AT ST. JAMES, MARIGOT HAS ADDED 4 NEW STYLES OF THE BEST AND LATEST IN GALLERY AND STAIRCASE FANCY BLOCKS TO HIS STOCK PLEASE VISIT MONIQUE BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR ORDER. % %  "." :



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r. WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JEME 16. 1962 TOUCHES A treasure-house of timepiece s %  with world-famous brand names, largest seleotioncf the "most"unusual novelty watohes in all price ranges, CLOCKS Travel, wall and table clocks* of designs that will enhanoe any deoor. PEARL'S An ext ensive variety of lustrous pearls'in necklaces, braoelets and other jewelry. N ffTJSRLETG"' Stun ning oollebtion of sterling, rarely rivaled. Carefully selected holloware and flatware, CHINA 'Choose to your taste from por-*' oelain, fine Tbon"china' or* contemporary oeramios in dinner sets, art pieoes and figurines. CRYSTAL Superbly designed, every single pieoe will add graoe and beauty to your home. t • GIFTS' M usio boxes,'.meohanioal singing birds, leather goodsj lighters, pipes, handbags accessories, eleotrio shavers. BUGS Exquisite beaded evening bag's from Paris and petit point bags from Vienna. Mr. Prans Mulder an able young' Dutchman, who knows his business well, is manager of the shop here and he*is assisted in his task of giving first class service to"tourists and locals alike, by two attractive and aocommodating sale-gir Is. Spritz e"r & Fuhrmann Ltd. Boutiqueshop is a real credit to the island and it is also a place where you oan find a gift"to suit any pooket, beoause you oan purchase gifts from the price of fl.2.— up "to fl.10,000.—. And what we oonsider one of the nicest things ,' about this shop" is; whether your' purchase is for fl.2..— or fl.10,000.— you are treated with the same A-l courtesy." -' Mr. Mulder told us that his firm has plans to oonstruot its own building here, in about two years time if all goes, aooording to expectation It will be a two-story building located at the head'of the town. Spritzer &"Fuhrmann Ltd. also have"' stores at Curaoao, and Aruba, and "for the oonvenien6 e of their customers %  in the TJ.S.A*, they maintain a oomplete servi ce department at % %  6 East 67th. Street in New York City. ***************** IJ^^y^uv^e^t BIRTHDAYS Saturday J une 9 1 On thi^ date Miss"Constance Eulalie Gumbs of the Backstreet. in*Philipsburg oelebrated another birthday. Monday. June li t Mies Rose Aileen Houtman oelebrated her birthday on this date t Miss Houtman Is a first class teaoher, and is at present teaching at the St. Joseph College at Philipsburg. Tuesday June 12l The following persons oelebrated their birthday on this date* -Mrs. Mathurine Eudoxie James of Cole'Bay; *! -Mrs. ttoTbt-hy tfughena Jansen of CuL-a*eiSao, Mrs. Jansen is the wife of Mr. Johannes Frans Jansen, Manager of the Windward Island Bank;" •*"rs Eulalie Augusta Peterson of Cole •'Bay 1" r L f 44r* Gregorius Josephus Peterson of Simpsohbay. Yfednesday June 15 %  : ,'_. Was the day "on whioh the following persons oelebrated their birthdays; "' %  4Jrs. Hilda Eglantine Henry of Suck, er-Garden;*' Mr. VUlffed Percy MendeVLabega of the Backstreet Philip sburg, Mr. Labega is a retired government official* *" •*Mr. George Libert Milton of Overde-Pond} "... "-Miss 4 Alma Regina Peterson of the Frontstreet Philipsburg, Mis* Peterson is a government" employee, working at the L't. Governor* s office. -Mrs. Henrietta Elizabeth York of Middle Region, Mrs; York due to her age (she is 90"years old) has been living with her daughter, Mrs. Louisa



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<.'••• %  WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION JUTE 16. 1962 Hazel "in Ph ilip sburg for a one tine" now. Our reporter topped in to see Mrs. Yprk on her birthday and taking her age inttfoonsid oration .she was looking fine; and aooording to her own statement feeling well In the after*? noon the Methodist Women League of Philipsburg visited her and held a service" with her Mrs* York has been' • a member" of the Women League for many; many years. THURSDAY June 14 On this date the following persons o elebrat ed 1st irbhday s i -Mrs. Mary Viola RLmon of Middle ifegionj "• %  Miss" Juldfe inn Catherine Treling of Fronfrstre at, Phi lip sburg j -Mr. Ba sllicf Hiaointo Maria Newton of the Frontstreet, Philipsburg, Mr. Newton Is a radio operator'wmployed by the government, at the Government Badio & Telegraph Service. Friday June "15 1 Ifes the birthday of Mr. Josephus Cornelius de We ever of Lower Prince's Quarter. Mr. d e Weever is a merchant in Philipsburg. Saturday June 16 ThS following persons will "complete another milestone on the Journey of life"todayi -Mr. William Alexander Arrindell of Lower Prinoe's Quarters* -Mi88 Michelle Eleonara Henry of the Baokstreet, Philipsburgj -Mr. Coral Aohkeh Richardson of "Middle Region. Mr," Rig hardson is in Charge of yiaun*"s Garage in/Philipsburg, and a popular young man in the community. -Jacob van..H iemsdijk of Little Bay. The Windward Islands* Opinion joins in oongratulating„all those who celebrated their birthday during the week and wishes them all many happy returns of the day. BIRTHS. manager of St. Martin Motors; Ino. of Marigot' find his wife is*a teacher st k *Ke girls* school in Marigot. We congratulate the proud parents and welcome the little Miss Marie-Line. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alberio Rio hards of Cripple GatS, Marigot at the Marigot Hospital a loveljr little baby daughter who is called Marir-LIne Ami lie. Little Marie-Line arrived on Sunday June 10. J*r. Richards is the widely known COMING GOING -Mr. J.F. Hyman arrived here last month from Curacao, he was accompanied by his wife and their five children Mr. Hyman who has resided in"Curaoao for over 10 years"is an experienced office equipment repairman, and plans to reside here. He is also a Director of the Philips^ burg Printing Shop and Trading Company, a company which was established in Curaoao with Headquarters here. We welcome'Mr. -hyman and his fine family in our midst and wish them all auccess. — \ a. % %  Mr. Gilbert Beauperthuy arrived here'for a short vacation on June Z t after spending eight years in the TJ.S.A. Gilbert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beauperthuy and was accompanied by his attractive and graoious young Cuban wife. During his stay in the tC'S*A> Gilbert has served in the U.S. Army He also completed studies in Mechanical Dentistry. Gilbert and his wife will be'leaving for the TLSt to-day by Caribair. *' -Mr and Mrs. Guillermo Provence arrived here by K.L.M. from Curacao on Thursday June 7, they were aocanpanied by their two little darling daughters; Luoille 3"and Josephine 2 Guillermo is a goverlment offloial and a native of Curaoao, his charming wife' Esther is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander (the Butoher) Rio hardson of Middle Region^ This is the first "time, that Guillermo has been" to* St. Maarten, but "he told our reporter that in the short tine that he "has been here he has found St. Maarten a lovely plabe They will spe"nd about two weeks here before returning to Curaoao.... -On Monday last Mr. and Mrs. Luoian Peterson arrived here by K.LM."frcm Curacao". Luoian'is the son of kfo wellknown Mr." and Mrs. Wallaoe Peterson of Philipsburg. Also arriving on the same day was



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WINDWARD ISLANDS' QPDHQN SATURDAY JUNE 16. 1962 their votes, the truth Is that these helpless old people did not really oast their votes, because in all oases some one had to vote for themo uniiiiimi?m3?imiiiii M m i iC H EZ BOB HALLSY as %  %  i ii i i %  ——p—j AT MARIGQT CHEAP SALE OF RELIGIOUS PICTURES AS HELL AS DINING-ROOM PICTURES SALES STARTS TO-DAY JUNE 16, 1962 AND CONTINUES UNTIL JULY 16, 1962 BE 8URE TO GET YOURS WHILE THEY ARE BT STOCK— REMEMBER, FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. lil!IiUSin!l!S!3£!5ISfOnSSfnSfIIS^ It was a touching spectacle to see at what .level men and women wouLd stoop for the sake of a vote, and many considered the exposure of these old sfcok and helpless people to suoh conditions, as crimes against humanity • Ife-shall slt*> a fow oasosi -Mrs* Marcolina Boatr&po Milton, horn Ronbloy, an old lady of 81, who is" blind and has booh confined-to hor bed for many years duo to ill hoalth and who"resides at Over-do-Pond Emily Ernestine Jacobs, is 90 yoears" and has been confined to her* bed for many years due to ill health, ste is the mother-in-law of Deputy Milton" Peters aid resides at Cole Bay -Mrs, IsoliiiQ Robinson, born Arrindell of Suoker^Garden is 82 years and hoi been ill for a long time c Mrs Clementina Solomons born Holman is now dead • she died 5 days after she was taken from her home in Cole Bay and brought to Philipsburg to vote (for someone to vote for her)"Helen Augusta Smith was brought from fhe hospital in the ambulance on a streioher; but when she got to the voting bureah, those around protested so vigorously at this type of inhumanity that those who had brought her go t asjjamed and took her away. We have "just mentioned a few of the many inhumane axtitns committed by the D*P. on June 4, 1962 and we oannot'help but ask the questions DOES A VOTE WORTH IT??? ************ *********** UNBELIEVABLE BUT TRUE. Sometime last week we were at Grand Case and in the oourse of oonveraa-" tion we were told that to have a certain house in this town hoop-up with the eleotrio plant it would oost frs.~45,000.~ (fl.180.—). Ife considered this high, and decided to oheok into the matter 0 This we did, and were shocked to discover that to hook-up on the electric plant on the French Part' of the island, one must pay according to the size of the house (the minimum oharge for a two-room house isfrs. 86,000*— or fl.100.—) A oertain gentleman had to pay as muoh as frs.100,0000— or f 1*400*--, to have his place "hook-up. By this we are now able "to understand why so few people are enjoying the use of eleotrioity on the Frenoh Part of the island* ****************** BUSINESS THIS WEEK ===== SPRITZER & FUHiMANN LTD. Spritzer & Fuhrmann Ltd. which over the years have owned the name of "The Jewelers to the Amerioas" opened a Boutique-shop" in the heart of Philipsburg on January 30, 1961, at that time the shop "consisted, of one section which carried mostly jewelry. Three months later a second section was opened whioh carried mostly gifts* To-day at Spritzer & Fuhrmann Ltd three times winner of the Diamonds International Award, you will find treasures from every oorner of the earth at prioeg that oannot be matohed* J EWELRY Masterpieoea of the"jeweler's art *.. o rafted with sparkling diamonds'and precious stones* Gold compacts, oigarette oases, oufflinks, tie olips and charms. MMWii.



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Tt uiiMwir Tsi#!mB?~7Biima^ REAL AIMDLLIAN AMSTEL BEER Amstel Beer Malta S. Power Stout JEHE ONLY BREWERY FRES H B E E RS NCW AVAILABLE IN ST. MARTIN — YOU TASTE THEM J \ RIGHT AWAYlJ AND YOU'LL BE AMAZED BY THE CLEAN, PURS & FRESH BEER TASTE > NO OTHER BEERS HAVE ACHIEVED ASK FOR THEM NOW UTUJ nava auiuxiviu/ —


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WINDWARD ISLA ND8* OPINION SATURDAY JOKE 16; 1962 THE WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION Is published every Saturday It was established by J.H. Lake f S r on July 1; 1969, as a means of helping to Improve the social economical, educational an3 political conditions of the Windward Islands by advocating'against the oause of injustioe and oppression* EDITOR DUTCH 3E CTIONt J.H. Lake, fir* P.O. Box 22; Philipsburg; St. Maarten, N.A> EDITOR FhflJCH SffiTIOJt Mrs, B.'Morales Marigot', St* Martin, F.W.I. Printers! The People's Printery Baokstreet, Philipsburg. REPRESENTATIVESt IN ARUBAi Mr. J.F. York Sabastraat 551 San Nicolas IN CUIUCAOl Mr, Yfenford Wilson D3 22 ** 2de District IN STATIAi Mr, V. Tobin Oranjestad, IN 8ABA1 Mr. David Donker The Bottom Mrs. Rebecca Leven.stone The Bottom iEDITORIALS THIS IS YOUR PAPER, PLEASE HAKE USE OF IT In two short weeks, to be"exact, on July 1; 1962, this newspaper will be" three years "old, "and -ne "shall be starting our fourth year of publication. We are grateful to the many "who have made this THEIR newspaper, and who by so doing have helped greatly in'making it a better paper. There are however, still those who would like to feel that" this paper belong to a oertain group*or olass of people This is not true The Windward Islands' pinion is a newspaper, and like any good newspaper, it is a community project. This means that"it can and should be used by "all readers at hcne as* well as abroad to air THEIR VIEWS, and by "THEIR VIEWS", we mean just that; THEIR VIEWg,' VIEWS, which are not necessarily the views of the paper. We also welcome constructive oritisism, as we11"as ideas and suggestions which readers believe would make the paper more interesting and helpful'to t&em. Asa result of "suggestions from our readers we are starting two new columns whioh we hope you will find useful and interesting. One column is oalledt "INFORMATION PLEASE", In thi3 oolumn we shall answer eaoh week a question of general interest from any of our readers.,! So if you have a question of "general interest, please sent it to us and : ~ we shall be happy to answer it. Ad. dress your question toi WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION "INFOIMATION PLEASE" P. 0. Box 22; I Philipsburg; St. Maarten, NoAo The other oolumn is oalledi "BUSINESS THIS WEES". In this oolumn we shall publish an article about one of the business places on the is. land. We hope you will enjoy reading^ these new columns as much as we enjoy writing themo And above all remember, THIS IS YOUR PAPER, PLEASE MAKE USEOF IT. %  •: DOES A VOTE WORTH IT??? On Monday June 4, 1962 we witnessed many old and helpless people taken from their homes and carried to the voting bureau, in Philipsburg to oast J



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%  ,> A %• S' OPINION %  AMOR ET LABOR AWHIA VINCIT 7 "^"" T-OYE & LABOUl"sQjKg T THIUGS' .. Vol. 3 No* 36 5. nun p/' \y aiffUBDAY JtME 16 t 1962 ra D^D Prioe''-H,s"o25 .-. ... IM\ PI 3 ol9.-13-?2* HT



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WIHDWARD ISLANDS 1 OPINION SATURDAY-'JOKE 1^. 1962 IENNE N T PRIZE CONTEST DRINK TENNENT'S BEER & STOUT SAVE THE STOPPERS AND WIN A BIG PRIZE FOR 1000 BEER STOPPERS WITH THE RED "T" YOU WILL RECEIVE A BEAUTIFUL 9" x 15" MIRROW FOR 500 BEER ^TOPPERS WITH THE RED "T" YOU WILL RECEIVE A LOVELY TABLE LAMP THERE WILL ALSO 3E OTHER PRIZES FOR THOSE WITH. 300 & 200 STOPPERS MARKED* TEMENT 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 AND *. I ENJOY YOUR PRIZES TO-MORROW AGENT: MAYNARD'S AGENCIES Philipsburg, St. Maarten, N.A. —*i the younger tf mof Mr. and Mrs. Wallace "Peterson, Ronney Liibian is a government official at Curacao and is on a two week vacation. Ife welcome the y oung ?ftersons and Hish them a. very, enjoyable stay.. ^4Ir. Louis Burnett, a'wellknown personality on this island, arrived hero from the U. s. A. on Wedhe sday June 13, The purpose of Mr. Burnett's visit is to see his son who is ill at the hospital in Marigot He plans to spend 5 days here and then 3eavo for Martinique where he will spend 7 days before returning to the 0*S Ife welbome Mr. B urnett and wish him a very pleasant 3tay. DEATHS MBS. MAWE ISCLINE LABEGA, born AJ&INDELL, of Philipsburg died at her home at Philipsburg on'Monday June 4. She was 93 years of age and the funeral took place on Tuesday June 5. MES. CLEMENTINA SCLOfiWS, born HOLMAN of Cole Bay died at the St. Hose Hospital in Philipsburg'on Sunday June' 10. She was 83 years of age* Mrs. Solomons who. was ill for some time and who had been'btmfined to her home for many years, was taken from her home in an almost helpless state (she'had to be carried by two men) and brought to the voting bureau on Monday, June 4, to vote for the D.B.



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WJNDWABD ISLANDS' QPINICN 8 -....<_ SATURDAY JUNE 16: 1962 at our offioe in Philipsburg the other day and asked ire i "What has happened .to.the 3EVEILLE, I don't'see it anyi 'more?" The only"answer our editor could give the visit or wast "The REVEILLE was oonoeived in'AWba, NiA and I suppose it died at Grand Oase, St. Martin, %  P # WI* ***** *********** WORLD NEWS CANADIAN i $VES?C*$ (jAtflTcwiorHS.' • GUIANA 'Georgetown, British Guiana (AP)British Guiana Trade Union Council President Riohard^Ishmeal saidyeaterday Canadian industrialists are reluotant to put capital into British Guiana* Ishneal, just returned from the study conference opened by Britain's Prince Philip in Canada, said he tried to boost British Boiana's investment pbssibilitieso Canadian industrialists, Ishmeal said, generally took the stands ^We do not want another Cuba situation repeating itself, where our property will be taken away again." They did not think much of J British Guiana's socalled guarantees, Ishmeal said* ******************* .. 3 CCNVICT8 E33APE ALCAIRAZ •^San Francisco (APJThree Aloatraz ocinviots vanished from"the island rook prison on Tuesday after months of chipping with spoons through a concrete cell wall. Their esb'ape from three separate oells, through air vents into a pipe, tunnel, apparently was concealed for hours by life-like, plaster-headed dummies they left in their beds. Prison offioials expressed belief that they used a driftwood raft to get off the island. If the'esoape is suooessful, it will be the first to sucoeed in the 28year history of the Federal prison. A widespread hunt for"the three oon^ viots included 6 military polioe searoh of Angel Island, a timbered state park 1*3/4 miles north of the bleak rook prison. Eleven*previous escape attempts ended in failure. Thirty-five men were'involved. Two made the attempt twice. Tuesday's fugitives were indentified asi*:.: • ***" '. '. • ifrank Lee Morris, 36, under 14* year8 sentence for*the 1955 burglary* of. a SLidell, Ala., banki' The burglary was carried out after Morris escaped from the Louisiana state prison at Angola, where' he was* serving a 10-^ year term for armed robbery. John W. Ahglin, 54; under"l5-year. sentence for January; 1958 robbery of the bank of Columbia,'Ala. "* Clarence Anglin, 28, John's brother, under "10-year, sentence for the Columbia robbery. Because of the dummies, the robbers were, not missed until 7tl5 a.m* The men evidently worked for months gouging with coffee spoons through 4-lnoh-thidk concrete surrounding a heavy metal' air vent in each of the three oells, close to the floor. They used painted cardboard 0overs resembling the ven&s/tptHeep the.wall 'hole8 hidden. Eventually they had dug holes 8 by 12 inches leading to a utility pipe tunnel back of the oells. %  %  ******************* AIT ENTION p YOU APE KINDLY INVITED TO A GAAND SOCIAL DANCE IN BENEFIT OF YpU* FAVCitlTE BAND "LIRICO SAN MAtfTIN" AT THB.P.M.I.A. HALL TO-NIGHT GENTSi FLS* 2.80 plus ooat and tie LADlESi JUST A SMILE "They sin who tell us Love can die;... It's holy flame for ever burneth; From Heaven it oame,"to Heaven returneth^ Too oft on Earth a troubled guest, At times deoeiv'd, at times'oppress'd, It here is tried and purified* Then Heaven hath its perfect rest) It soweth here with toil and care, But the harvest-time, of'Love is theie. Southeyt Curse of Renam e %  < %  %  %  ^** aima %  % 



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jppi^ui.Hi,.U..^ W iWJ mmj ISLANDS OPINICN SATURDAY JUNE 16, 1962 Many of those at" the voting bureau oried shame at Mr. Samuel James, one" of the men who was o a trying this poor old soul* It is reported that when she got baok home, she was so exhausted and worn-out, that the minister who was waiting for her at her"home to give her the Lo rd's Supper, had to wait for a while before she was in any condition to receive same* The same night she took In for the worse and had to be taken to the St* Rose Hospital the next day It is a strong feeling among many, that this poor old soul might still have'been alive had she not been taken from her home on Monday June 4* She -was buried*on Sunday June 10, at 4130 in the afternoon* MUSIC LESSONS PIANO LESSCNS ARE GIVEN BY Mgfe YVETTE PALL ON IBB BACKSTREET IK^PHILIPSBUH} M£& DAAL ALSO GIVES TYPING LESSCNS I ISlllIIUiiliUflkiaUIIIIIllftlSUUlllli' MARRIAGES To-day Satu rday," June 16, 1962; Miss Gretta" Louise Brown will*give her hand in marriage to Mr. Leonard Oglesby. The marriage ceremony will take place at 3 p.m. at the Churoh" of the Incarnation on SLxfcy-eight"Storms Avenue Jersey City t New Jersey. 'Miss Brown is the daughter Of Mr • and Mrs. Theodore "Alexander Brown, and the grand-daughter of Adelaide Richardson, of Middle Region'Mr. Oglesby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Oglesby. "fe wish the young'oouple good luok and success in their marriage life • ************* THIS 18 YOUR PAPEH SUPPORT II ************ ifmerommffmmmsmwm** DIPOIMAIICN PL EASE QUESTION: What is the oost of eleotrloity per K1E in St. Maarten? ANSWER i I to 10 kwh II to 50 kwh 51 to 100 kwh 101 to 150 kwh 151 to 200 kwh 201 to 300 kwh 301 to 400 kwh 401 and higher 28^ per kwh 26^ per kwh 25^ per kwh 2V per kwh 23^ per kwh 22^ per kwh 21^ P er in h 18^ per kwh Ed. notes He were told by an authority' of the'Sb. Maarten Electric Company that the above*rates are the old rates new rates will soon be established. As soon as this is done we shall publish the new rates.. F C R SALE One house-lot situated at L.P. Quarter -'For information oontaot" J.H. Lake, Sr. Editor cf this paper 'One*house-lot situated at Sucker-Garden For Inforaatlon o ontaot'J.H. Lake,Sr. Editor of this paper One lot'of land situated at Philipsburg, "Down-street" with beautiful beach-front. For Information oontaot J.'H. Lake, Sr. Editor of this paper. ********* WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THB REVBILLBTt "' A visiting friend who was once a reader of the Reveille, dropped in