Windward Islands' opinion

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Title:
Windward Islands' opinion
Physical Description:
v. : ; 31 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
s.n.
Place of Publication:
Philipsburg, Netherlands Antilles
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Frequency:
weekly
completely irregular

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Genre:
periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1- July 1, 1959-

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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a Caet illars of Poif'
tibair of Marigi hb-li
hard for the series; p'1
4 that they a ill' be bat tiA r
stam they olash to-morrow Wo
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eatsri*est Are the questions lead
I*w TbaO first questionn will b e
redtamorrow and the second wAll
iiuswered in a the next feo we6s
SI"'J. Illid go Captain'of Caer.pi 3rs
'l predicted that the three firse* gpes
idtihe Series will be wonby ale te@s -
l|i i6caOadn of teriTair on the other
a mtd prediote that the Series ill go
MI f1l five g aes "but that Caribeir

alreds of pe pTl are planning to bi
4'fi, field tomorrow; and they iii1 be
S k rooting for the toea of tbhir .
i abe .. Be sure that YOlf'are tbaie
S^O; aWid give your support to the Base-
ac .eoit a*ndei even-more impo k6t
Sle-V your support to our YOUTH.


The lo al: oriclcetere sarb&d prwatioing
S*'-4.e week in p reparation for'the ex-
Sp-ted games ihioh will te played' a-
8a Bbl B&etatius C*C. from ArXa, owhtoh
l vi the i isaid in the e"ily part
: t-o3' this -year,
t11r"att da nOe for the purpose of
marLwy for this occasion ias
the I eaTVlew Hotel on Friday
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bi rhdayc' n this dateIs.
"a.er e 4lob i"*f Mlery of the
Baok reet, .P.ilipgar the oonasion
wdt-*d 'by a -p .a1y b his"
mother, and mog the frwSi who drop
ped in wias fthie attractiv j1. fernioe
Lake of u aokegardea, u

Piliip sburg celebrated his uizxeenthi
biri day on lbdnesday lauAq
*IhUr Jawms ftgerid Jaokson of 'the
andiard S8.de* k bal
.-*4sa .rla psointh Johnson of Ziona
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rsq MyrbleBatrioe Johnacn of Ziona
Hi3l' ltba;
'*drs. Constantia Cranst~ m of Tijgenweg
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*4trs Carla Madzie Loes of Conooria 7;.
bS tastatiust
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Orange 8t. weiatid s
Tuzrsdays-Jan 28s
I~e the birthdayy of.
.4^1'urnrin Lor'teio de eever of the
Baki~reei Philipa ebrg
'- 'si LorexiSo fias~e' lf e'"fMtiiard
Sid, 9Saba*

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AI BAKE borii BARR aied
r residence ht Comordia, MarLgot
June 24, at 1 po.m She was,
p a of age.
Sdceased iho waste sok for two
vwas the grancaother of Joseph "
re and isls^urvived by four children
daughters'"Mr-Is Aierano6 Bryson
ro ideode in. ruba rErsa Gerrud" -
jjie residing iii Curacao, ana Mrs.
r Peters who resides at Marigot
iMAr nToT. Baker tho resides at Marigob,;
l*d 9 graadohildren.
The funeral took place on Monday June
M at 5 pimi
To the bereaved relatives we extend our
S ere sympathyo
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EziEh LOGOITE DIE&

Xuth'deep regret we record the death of
MBe.J JOsBPH BEIRW3 HfMNi -
a.tbohdied at hi home-in Frenoh Quarber on
.lday Jume 24 at about 2p eB
t .Ihe deoeased who was bedridden for the
three years wa's a retired Lago eii
S ev who hid ~ervzd the COopany for
years before retiring in 1955e An ea.
of the Lago Polioe Dept. he was
and admired by' all those who
t1 ontaot with'him, because of his
ad glientle nature.
ELs ilfie'Ss the deoeaied suffered
but he bore his suffering
ly and ft*n told those who wont to
ti 'asO It is God' s 11 that I
ffper, and I am satisfied with
of the Lord"o He had a strong
I$n Godand when the ond finally
It0e was rea,.e
Sftlneral took place the followifig
i 4 porom the body was taken fram
0s or mourning to the Methodist
ot Fronoh QuatSer and thenee to
oM 'oemee ry -
rite0 were performed by the
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6iteilh he tbWAd h-m at the
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It tfe Far Mr. J. (QhaJwa ran





trite to the aiamory oat ie fileii.d
on'belf of the manyp Lat~ s H^BL.


wThe dre6Aent"at a tslio was eal et
Lake in his remar~ t ouwhed on twh
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two dhtoerse; 'one reiding..bere
and said emong othet Chijoao 22"M
Hyman was a loring husband, a defaed



father and a ki and lorat- gieandhid*.
The dwaatl who was 6t yeartf'
age is survived his wdowr, fter
ohildrens t o 'sgons one residing hare
and one reading in the U3. SA'-
two daugfters lone leading here
and one reiding at Ctaemo O*" 22
grandahildren and 1 great-grandahilde
To the bereaied relatiiesa we ex-
tend our ainoere and heart-felt symn*
pathye
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WLth regret we record the death
of MRIS HUhIETTE B.OCS, born
HARIr who died at"the Sweet Re-,
pose in'Philipsburg on Wednsday
June 27" at 7 aeme She had reaioh-
ed the ripe old' age of 101 years
one month and 18 days
The funeral took place on Thur's- -
day Juae 28; at 10s30 .a.m"
To the bereaved relatives we' ex-
tend our sinoere sy amphye


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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 quality 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 Curficao, now offers you the best of service in, typewriters, adding mach,, calculators, cashregisters 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. t MRS FLEMING GARAGE OVER-de-POND AT MARIGOT IS THE PLACE WHERE YOU CAN HAVE THE BEST REPAIRS DONE TO YOUR CAR, 3Y A WELL TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED MECHANIC SO PUT AN END TO ALL YOUR CAR TROUBLES BY VISITING MRS FLEMING GARAGE OVER-de-POND MARIGOT F L A>5 H t t FLASH • • EVERYONE LIKES THAT WHICH IS NEW AND BEAUTIFUL AND NOW MONIQUE EMMANUEL, AT ST. JAMCS, 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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WINDWARD-ISLANDS 1 OPINION SATURDAY JUNE 30; 1962 FASHIONABLE WEDDING (Continued from page 3) maid-of-honour and the bridemaids werei Miss Martha Gibbs,'Mis3 Orelle Gibbs, Hiss Marvis Romnsy, Mi33 Dorita Lawrence, Miss Eugenie van Gurp; ushers %  were {Constant Guy, Witfield Vlaun: George .Lenard, John Vlaun and Dennis RLohardson -"Little Master David V laun oarried the ring3, while little Misses: Joan Vlaun, Joy oolyn layers, Quanette Gun, Dorithy Rogers, Herelyn Thomp'son and Linda Rao herds served as flower girls* A most impressive marriage oeremony •was conducted by Rev. Ilhan, iaupt. of the "Methodist here, and Bev. Frank Wilby,( former SUpt. of the ohuroh here, but who in now svationsd at Statia) who was invited pvar-by Rev 0 Khan for the occasion. As the 0harming your^ "bride left the ohuroh on the arm of her proud and"' happy husband one could"'here suoh remarks from amon g the crowd ast "She looks real pretty" • •• "Ohi what a lovely bride" ... "Gdd bless you, my ohild" •• "she is"a p retty little bride" 0 "She is so pretty %  I hope he will take good care of her'-* The reception "was* held at the O.B.I.A.Hall in Philipsburg, and was attended by over 150 persons among whom werej Mr, "and Mrs. Vance' Jamea, Mr 0 "andMrs Gibbs'of C&lombier, Mr?} and Mrs. Eli as Richardson, Mr. and Mrs = J, Illidge, Mr, and Mrc, Jame'i R. Javois, Mrs, Ofalia Illidge, Mrs, Margeri'e %ie"stel; Mr, Diedrick Cannegieter, Mr; Clarence Bruney, Mr 0 and Mrs, E, Daal, Mr.'Neville Lake, Mis s Bemedine Cannegieter, Miss Shirley Thanpson: Miss Claudia Phflipa; Mr,„Vlnoent Doflpher, Misa Sadie Bryaonf Mr* and Mrs, Jose Lake,Sr Good muaio for danoing wa8 provided by the""K00L-KATS" of Philip aburg -*' The party oontinued" until long after mid-night and all present had a swell time. The ff.Ia* Opinion congratulates the young oouple and wishes them suooes8 and happineas in their new life as man and ,wife* ************** SPORTS ISUND BASEBALL SEKIES TO START TOMORROW The l3land"'B a sebair Series is soheduled to start to-morrow at 2 pm at the Sport-field in Cul-de-Sao. The energetic' Baseball Committee under the "Chairmanship "of Mrv'J* "Chick""Arrindell has been"working very'hard to make this Sefcres a'auooess, and aocording to all reports everything is now'ready, and everyone i s looking forward for a big day. The Series will be opened at 2 pm# with all the pomp and splendor that one can imagine* The Philipsburg, Conmunity Band will be in attendance The Dutoh and French flags will be hoisted The Lt, Governor of the Windward Islands and"the~Mayor of MaTigot will both throw balls -"The Sous Prefet will be present Arrangement has been made by Uncle Chick; as il YOU ARE KINDLY INVITED TO ATTEND A LUNCHEON AT THE RESIDENCE OF MRS. C ELIA TACKLING *AT SANDY-GROUNDCN SUNDAY JULY 16, 1962 AT ll30 P.M. GENTS: Fra* 1250 ($250 U.S. or fl.5—) 5 LADIES: Frs 800 — %  "



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•AMOR ET LABOR AinriA VIHCIT* "LOVE, t LABOUR COHQUER ALL THINGS" SATURDAY. JtNE 30. 1962 Vol. 3 No 38 Prioe Pls 026 IS I n 3 A C S Li :. iK b : t TO-MORROW



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gBPWARP I 3UND3' OglNICN SATURDAY JWE 30. 1962 -Mrs, Madge Johnson of lions Hill, Sat a. -Mr.'WiUem Gerrit Schmidt of Heyligerweg 28, St. Eustatius. < %  r Tuesday June 26t Was the birthday oft •Airs. Zilah EnunceataV Richardson of the Backstreet Philipsburgj -Mrs. Susannah Johnson of Zions Hill, Saba) Wednesday June 271 : The following persons oelebrated their birthday" on this datei -Master Benedict Anthony Henry of the Baokstreet, Philipsburgj the oooasion was marked by a party given by his" mother, and among the friends who" dropped in was the attraotive Miss Bernioe Lake of Sucker-garden. "blaster Charlie Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bfcienne Meyers of the Backstreet Philipsburg oelebrated his sixteenth birthclay on Wednesday last* •Mr." James fiverld Jaokson of "the Windward Side Sabai -Mrs.~Erla Hyacinth Johnson of Zions Hiirsabaj" *' %  Mrs. Myrtle Beatrice Johnson of Zions Hill'Saba; '-Mrs. Constantia Cranston of Tijgenweg 2, St. Eustatiusj •Mrs. Carla Madzie Lopes of Conoordia 7; St.'Eastatius; "Mrs. Gladys Agatha Marshall of Fort Cranje St. Eustatius* Thursday Jane 2 8 i Was the"birthday ofi •Mr.'Murvin Lorenz'6 de Weever of the Backstreet Philip sburg j Mr Lorenzo Haissell of ^the'DCndward Side, Saba* Friday June 29 "On this date the following persons oelebrated their birthday! -Miss Marjorie Wobdsof Lower Prinoes Quarter many of her friends dropped in to wish her a happy"birthday-and to have a drink -with her for the oooasionj ^tiss Jacqueline Juliette van Henningen of San Nicolas, Aruba. -4Sr, Hubert Isadora Peters of Cole Bay; ^Mr. "Be&nard' Anthony Heillegger of Paramiraweg 15, St. Eustatius. Saturday June 30 i K T.e^day the following, persons, wil^& el9 ~ brate another birthday! -Miss Maud Lolitha Jones of St* Johns, Saba} iMiss Flossie Hassell of the WindwardSide, "Sabas '•Mr. Clarenoe Jerome Patrick of Prinsen 10, St. Eustatiusj "'-Mrs. Eunice King at "St. Lucia, Mrs. King is the mother of Miss Anna Hanson of Over*-de-Pond. Miss Cynthis*Lake, Miss Lake is native of Saba, but is attending the St. Joseph College here in Philipsburg, she "is residing with her aunt Miss Bernioe Lake fcn the Baokstreet in Philipsburg. The Windward Islands* Opinion joins in congratulating "all those who oelebrated their birthday during the week and wishes them all many happy returns of the day* *' COMING & G 0 I N G "i-Miss Sadie Bryson arrived here from Curaoao a week ago to "spend a two-week vacation with her relati-ves and friends She is the guest of he brother Mr. Vinoent Donoher of Philipsburg. -Mr. Steve Kruythoff arrived here last week from Curaoao -"He has an asignment from the Netherlands~Antillian Government to write"a book oh the Windward Islands m Mr. Kruythoff who is a native of St* Maarten, wrote a book on the Windward Islands in 1938* "-Deputy Milton Peters returned from ah offioial visit to Aauba on Thursday last. He spent 8 days in Aruba* %  -Master William P. Rlbhardson; better known as Lloyd arrived here on Wednesday last from the 'J.S.A* where he is attending Junior Highschool He is the grandson of Mr* and Mrs. Elias Richardson of the Frontstreet, Philipsburg and will two months vacation here before returning to the OpS.A. — %  Mr. Ralph Huntington arrived here on Saturday last, he was accompanied by his -wife. Ralph and his wife spent 27"days in New York and will spend three weeks here before returning to Aruba. .While here the Huntingtons will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Apon of



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mm WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JUNE \., 1962 HERTZ REN T-TA-0 A R AT MARIGOT ST. MARTIN GIVES YOU THE CHANCE TO DRIVE-U-SELF TO ALL THE BEAUTY-SPOTS WHILE • ON VACATION OR BUSINESS* ON THE ISLAND. HERTZ GIVES YOU ALL RISK INSURANCE AT THE NORMAL RANTAL RATES." CONTACT: A.M. (BABI) RICHARDSON. AGENT FOR DKW f FAMOUS GERMAN MADE CAR BY AUTO*UNION NEW TYPE 2-cycles > cylinder ENGINE. 'SUPERB ECONOMY A.M. (BABI)' RICHARDSON \ s AT MARIGOT ST. MARTIN. CENTRAL STORE PHILIP8 B U R G & MARIGOT OFFERS YOU THE BEST IN: TUNGSTONE BATTERIES, DUNLOP TIRES WORLD FAMOUS n I C I ." PAINTS, CAR PARTS & BEDS ALL SIZES. WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH ANYTHING THAT:. LJVES, GROWS OR IS MADE WITHIN ONE WEEK 'V... .. —FOR S A L E £ second-hand Dauphines in good condition going cheap. Contact: A.M. (Babi) Richardson Marigot, St. Martin. *** One house-lot ^situated, at L.P. Quarter* For information contact S.H. Lake, Sri Editor of this paper. it One house-lot at Sucker-Garden 'For information contact J.H. Lako,Sr Editor of this paper.



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%  mmuj ISLANDS' OPINION 3 ... SATURDAY JUNE 30, 1962 to lens diaphram-J^osure meter now .visible in vlewfinder* 1. [YASHICA n 8 n mm U matio parallax free, through the lens foousing and framing, automatic manual exposure control, 3 filming speeds, f/l,8 lens oom frcm 9mm to 28mm and battery drive. BOLEX The hew BOLEZ'H 16 Keflex Matio camera, a masterpiece of mechanical and optical "precision, is the most oompiete and versitile 16mm camera "fib date^ Reflex viewfinding assures preoise parallax free composition* SCNYi Sfcerooorder 521 A oompiete 4 track and 2 traok stereophonic tape reoording and playback system in one compact paokage, SONY TB-812, 3 Band, 8 transistor portable radio. FUJIYA Handy-6-transistor radiophone FUJIYA All transistor MINI tape reoorder designed for mobile recording in two speeds,'pushbutton oontrols;'"3 inoh tape reel, penlite battery operated only weights 4* 6, lbs* MIC BOS COPES: The world's finest MICROSCOPES CARL ZEISS Standard Junior Model, ASTRONOMICAL TELESCOPES: NIPPON' *' [KOGAKU, Japan's finest "manufacturer "of optioal equipment offers the amateur nd professional, as well, quality telescopes* BINOCULARS* ATLAS-KALBIAR Fine benooulars made in Japan to" ?E1 Globo's" exact specifications.*A terrific buy in a quality binocular CHIYODA KOG/£U SEIKO K.K. Makers of the well known MINOLTA CiMERAS now al" so have made a vailable an excellent line of top quality benooulars, made of fine optioal glass, and what is more at very attractive pricej ."' Recently Mr. M^A. Visman,Jr* an Executive of this fiim spent three months here for the p urpose of reorganization. In ah interview with this gentleman just before he left, he told us that he had full confidence in the future of this island, and that his firm had plans for building its own building here sometime in tne future *" Mr, Visman,Jr. who is happily married land the father of fourj two girls and two boys of whioh the eldest is 9 and I the youngest 2& years old impressed us as a man who knows his business He is a Dutchman who has lived in ~, the Netherlands Antilles frcm 1927 enntinuously with the exception of eight years during whioh time he went "back to Europe." for studies. Ikring his"three month's stay on the island Mr. Visman;Jr* was'able, beoause of his genuine manner, to make many friends in this oommunity; and many are hoping that he will Soon '"' return* **************** i FASHIONABLE WEDDING IN PHILIPSBURG RjgHEaDS LAKE Across the threshold led; And every tear kissed off as soon as ; shed; His house she enters, there to be a light, Shining within, when all without is nightj A guardian angel o'er his life'pre* %  '• siding, Doubling his pleasures, and his cares: dividing; Rogers: Human Life. A large orowd gathered iafront of the Methodist church in Philipsburg on "fednesday last to witness the marriage of Mr, Edwaldo Racherds and Miss Helena: Lake, whioh"took plaoe at 5 pmo Mr. "Racherds is an employee of Shell at Curacao, and Miss L ake who is the foster daughter of Mrss Rebecca" Thomas of Philipsburg, is a member of the Philipsburg Girls' League as well as a memberof the Philipsburg'Methodist ohuroh ohior she is a decent,"polite and friendly young lady who is respected and liked by the entire community* The lovely bride who was' given in marriage by Mr, Irad Hodge,"wore a full-length gown which was beautifully designed'by Mrso'Silvanie Flanders*' of Colombier a"boronot of white pearls held he finger-tip veal in plaoe and • her'neatly curled hairstyle added oharm to her picturesque appearance, "The besfcman for the oooasion was" Mr* Alfred Meyers'who oame'from Curacao especially for this purpose and the "mother-giver was the widely'known ohuroh leader Mrs,"Etienne" Meyers of Philips Miss Chorlire Carty was. (See "FASHIONABLE flEDDING" on page 5) /



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..WINDWARD ISLANDS'OPDHOJ" ...~ 6. SATURDAY JUNE 30. 1962 Mr, J* Arrindell is called and his active onmittee* which consists' of "Mr* John Cooper, Mr,'-Phi lip Brytrn; Mr, F* Beattperthuy and Mr, F* Ghoisy, to have seating aocomodations on the field there will also he score cards* 'Both teams Caterpillars of Philips*" "burg and Caribair of Marigot hfcve been practicing hard for the series; and it is expeoted that they will "be at their "best when they clash to-morrow Who will win the f irsfa game? ••• Who will the Series!.*** Are the questions asked "by many eoThe first question will "be answered"tomorrow and the second will "be answered in a the next few weeks Mr"J, Illid ge Captain'of Caterpillars has predicted that the three first games and the Series will he won "by fids team Mr,"Brbokson of Caribair on the other hand prediota that the Series will go the full five goaes hut that Caribair will win* Hundreds of people are planning to "be on the field to-morrow, and they will "be all routing fo"r the team of' their ohicbe Be sure that YOlf'are there al8o; and give your support to the Basehall Conmittee and even"more important give your support to our YOUTH. CRICK ST The local cricketers started praotioing this week in p reparation for the expected games which will he played'athe St* Eustatius C*C* from Aruha, which will visit the island in the early part of August this year* The first da noe for the purpose of raising money for this occasion was held at the S ea-View Hotel on Friday June 22* There are plans to keep three more'dances; One "at Cul-de-Sac and two at French Quarter* BOXING A"group_of young men from" Lower Princes Quarter and Middle ".Begi on "are trying hard to start boxing here for the last two Sundays, "they have been practicing at L*P Quarter -'This movement is spareheaded by Mando"Richa.rdson, a young boxer irho lived in Curacao* but who is now residing at'L.P* Quarter "The boys" love boxing, and are willing to learn the sport' 1 Mando told our repqrter;' "But", %  jo ^-; .'.••'. :', %  .:-: itvc;*:-he continued, "we do not have the proper equipment nor"do we have money with whioh to buy equipment"• we would like to appeal to our readers who may be boxing fans to get In touch with Mando and give the boys a helping hand* BELLOTTE The bellotte team of Colombier gave the boys from Philipsburg a sound~beating on Sunday "last at* Colombier* The Colombier teesa defeated the Philipsburg team 21 9* This was the worse defeat that Philipsburg had ever suffered* **************** l*^*v*^f*^PCTsinNr*-*Nrw INFORMATION PLEASE QUESTION* Is'the entire Dutch Part of the Island • provided with eleotrioity? ANSWER* No* Only the following places on the Dutch Part "of the Island are provided with electricity* PHILIPSBURG, LITTLE BAY, CUL-de-S/X! (as far aa the St* John's estate), COLE BAY(as far"as the Methodist ohuroh) and SBIPSCNBAY. SOCIAL CORNER BIKIHDAYS i Saturday June 25 1 %  On Saturday last Mr, James Henry Hooker of Plantage Jeems l""in St* Eustatius oefebrated his birthday* Monday June 25* C&Tthis date the following persons celebrated their birthday* -Miss Florence Every of the Windward Side, Saba*



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WINDWARD ISLANDS 1 OPINION SfflUSDCT JUNE 50; 1962 THE WINDWARD IB LANDS' OPINION Is published e-very Saturday i It' ; was established by J.HYIake, Sr* on July 1; 1959, as a'means of helping to improve the social, economical, educational and political oauditions of the Windward Islands by advooating'against the cause of injustice and oppression* EDITOR DUTCH SBTICNi J.H. Lake St* P.O. Box 22J Philipsburg; St. Maarten, N*A< EDITOR FRENCH S BOTION t Mrs* B.'Morales Marigot, St* Martin; F*W.I* Printers! The People's Printery Backstreet; Philipsburg. REPRESENTATI VESt IN ARUBAl IN CURACAO* IN STATIAl IN SABAi Mr; J.F. York Sabastraat 561 San Nicolas, Mr, Hertford Wilson D3 22 *' 2de District Mr. V. Tobin Oranjestad Mr* David Donker The Bottom & Mrs, Rebeooa Levenstone The Bottom, BUSINESS THIS WEEK EL GLOBO ANTILLIAN CAMERA AND TOURIST CENTER "El Globo" "is located in the oenter of Philipsburg (in'the same building with Spitser & Fuhrmann). This'store with branches in Curaoao and Aruba was opened here^'in January 1961 and since that time Mr. Betz has been its manager, "Foto Ideaal, the olSest photographic equipment store in the Netherlands Antilles (established in 1946) was incorporated by El Globo in June last year To-day EL Globo is the biggest photographic equipment business la. Sooth America* At El Glotjo in Philipsburg one can find photographio and Electronic equipment from every corner of the" world, and because of the" 1 'free port"; EL Globo is a shopping paradice for tourists as well as locals. Listed are a few of"the items"stocked at thesNo.l photcgraphio store on the island* CAMERAS* MINOLTA i6P Simplest to use subminiature oamera with whioh you can take perfect pictures without effort; The MINOLTA 16-E IT'S Fully 1&tomatio, it's Ultra Miniature, it's Uniquely Economical* EXAKTA Your EXAKTA is a mark of distinction ••• because'the EX/iKTA system"dominates the world of 35iaa photography It is the world's most versitile single lens reflex camera. Equiped with reflex finder fully automatic jena tessar f/2o8 lens, and. leather case* .. ... 1 "Unrivaled for serious amateur or professional Is the CCNTAREX.Zeiss Ikon (West Germany) The'finest single lens reflex camera, with automatic built in lightmetero NIKON F, with it's p/l.4 lens and case is for the man to -whom photography is a form of oreative selfexpression* If you are looking "for • automatic slide projectors, Then take a look at the Braun projector's, made in'Germany by Carl Braun, Germany's largest manufacturer of slide projectors* MOVIE CAMERAS CANON Reflex Zoom 8 Longest Booming range from Ktaa to 40 Brightest and paralax free, through the lens' focusing and viewing single lens reflex system. Split image rangfinder for accurate and easy focusing. New sulfuroadaium exposure meter coupled



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HINimRD I. SLEDS' OPINIQ" SATURDAY JtNE 30. 1962 Philipsburg. ^4r* Daniel Thewit," better known as "CFiapatin" arrived here from Curacao earlier this week aboard the Antilia* DEATHS i MBS. MATHKINE BAKE* horn BAEBY died at her residence at Conoordia, Marigot on Sunday June 24, at 1 p*m* She was 79 years of age* Tfie deceased who was sick for two years was the grandmother of Joseph Peters and is'survlved by"four children? three daughters:"Mrst> Ave ranee Bryson who resides in Aruba, Hrs. Gertrude Koense residing in Curacao, and Mrs* Jeanne Peters who resides at Marigot; one son T, Baker who resides at Marigot, and 9 grandchildren* The funeral took place on Monday June 25 at 5 pno To the "bereaved relatives we extend our sincere sympathyo MKBfc LOGCITE DIES. lflLth'deep regret we reoord the death of MB, JOS EPH BEBTIN HYMAN *• who died at his home "in Prenoh Quarter on Monday June 24 f at about 2*'p*m The deceased who was bedridden for the past three years was a retired Lego employee*' who had served the Company for 25 years before retiring in 1955* An employee of the Lago'Polioe Dept* he was respeotod and admired by all those who came in oontaot with"him, because of his kind'cnl'gentle nature* "During his illness the deoeased suffered greatly, but he bore his suffering patiently and ftftAn told those who went to visit himt' u It is God's mil that I must suffer, and I am satisfied with the Mil of the Lord"* Ho had a strong faith in God" and when the ond finally oame he was ready* The funeral took plaoe the following day at 4 pom< the body was taken from the'house of mourning to the Methodist church at French Quarter and thence to the Methodist"cemetery* The burial rito were performed by the fiev* Ki Khan 4ho gave a most touohing sermonj in which he told how at the visit he paid he had ca'la to the deoeased he hod asked hlmt "Do you pray"? and the deoeased hod replied! n I am always praying Bev*"* after which he asked him! lre y"ou holding the hands, at the Lord?" and to'this the deceased had replied* "Yes, I am holding my Lord's hand as* tight as I oan** At the grave Mr. J* (Chick) Arrindell retired Lago" employee oailed on J*H* Lake, Sr, former Lagoite to pay last tribute to the memory of the deoeased on'behalf of the many Lagoites who were pre sent "at the funeral Mr Lake in his remarks touched on the fine qualities of the late Mr. Hyman and said among other things* "Mr* Hyman was a loving husband, a devoted father and a kind and loyal friend"*.. The deoeased who was 69 years of' age is survived by his widow, four children* two sons; one residing here and one residing in'the TJ.S.A*"two daughters; one residing here and one residing at Curacao22 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild* To the bereaved relatives we extend our sincere and heart-felt sympathy* With regret we reoord the death of MBS. HENBIETTE BBOCKS, born HABBY who died at "the Sweet Bepose inr Philipsburg on Wednesday June 27", at 7 a*m* She had reached the ripe old age of 101 years one month and 18 days* The funeral took plaoe on Thursday June 28, at 10.30 a*m* To the bereaved relatives we' extend our sincere sympathyo ****************** SHIPPING NEXT WEEK -The Hertha will leave for S Saba on Tuesday July 3; at 8 o'olook in the morning, with a possibility of going to St* Bustatius*'(up to pre88 time the Statia trip was not d&finite) -On Wednesday July"4; the Hertha will leave for Puerto" Bioo and will return on Saturday July 7* -On~Thursday July 5, the K.N* S*M boat "Aegis* 1 is expeoted to arrive from Holland* -Tw,.,-.,