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

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lore their own indiv4uality, never
ring who or what thdif are, or
ea -Searehing out one's own identity
pose, taking a real ploasure.1 -
a person, establishing a basis for
ilf-respeot--these are the eesene
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~ b.iieve that life can be a greater
if it is lived with sanm style
ae and comfort and beauty, but we
.ft believe that these are the all of
| 1 is possible to become so caught
in the trappings---both the forn and
.eoo0outermnnts of living---that the
0a. isfaotions'become lost. Eaoh man--
.wmn-.P-a'*should try to know himself,
iwell as the world around him, and take
pride in that knowledge
SAdo-gooder, the prude, the bigot and.
e censor have no such self-knowledge and
.r concern is continually with the
Pli bof others. A concentrated interest
| affairs bf others may produce some
le ends, but it can also be the
0i'-or the meddlesmae disruption of
people's private lives* We have al-'
I en a little suspicious of those
lively concerned with the welfare
r fellow man. This is not to say
man should not be willing to aid
less fortunate than himself* He
ijSnly should be--and that willing-
to help the rest of humankind should
.Fo boundaries of race, religion cr
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ry him'of a measure of his self-
.e if, however, you help him to
Mb~slf, you give him the means of
-Miing his own life in his own way.
w2y respect our fellow'man---and
it.- ly respect ourselves, it is im-
3 not to respect our fellow man at
must resppot his individuality;:
a that make'him different from
Asset him apart and make him a
,ah of things that sets man a-
M er-we animals is the distinctly
I nature of each 9f us- we should
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P^i l 4.r$ ies.tha make us all
Sfaud4l ofi 'an.
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Exoerpt- Copied frcms The Playbgoy-
Philosophy



MINISTER WILLIAMS STOPS AT JUIIJNA AI1

DBOE 0C WAY TO AN G0JL

The Hone F.T 1Williamea; Minister of '
Communications and Works, of St. Kitts;,
Nevia &> Anguillal spent a short time at
the Juliana Airport on Thursday while
on his way to Anguilla* The L.IekATe
plane on- hioh Minister Williams was
flying from St. Kitts to Anguilla Stopped
at the airport here,
'The Hone FeT. Williams told our report-
er in a short interview-that.bo was "
making :thrtrip to Anguilla for the'pihr
pbse of oheoking up. When asked if there
were awy'plans for the devel pp .it qf' j
Angzilla, the Minister repliedi'"wh; ,
yes, we have many plans for Anguilla, but
the most important'things for Anguilla'
now are Water and Roads* And these two
items have our attention Boon the road
leading from the "Faotory" to the Maih-
road in the Valley will be "hard surfaoed"i
Ministe r Williams will remain in An-
guilla until Monday next



SLAUGHTER HOUSE TO BE BUILT AT .FJERS BLY

,Thb're are plans to build,a sl-aughter
house at Friers Bay A ooldstrOig will
aldo be :built olose to the slaughter-
'house*
The pla no of the slaughter-hos and
oold@torage..are now at the Mairie it
Marlgot and interested person are reo
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"rsi BEr n would like to anroluloe the
giad0ua o MFsse D Yo ke Miss York will-be
graduating on JulMe 231d he o friad the 12th grade
of the Northeaster Academy in New Yorke

In the evening Mi. Ya Yrk ill be a contestant in the
ANNiUL DEBU~EBq 0-The participants in this o.on-
B'0tare yotfd la es rBa various High Sohools. The winner
will be 2he Queen of The Coronation and Miss Coronatico 19685


Mrs. aere and nieoe wished all the relatives were here
to en 3oy ttis gxid oocasiohs


In September 1963, Miss Daisy A York will start her
four-yeare study at the 'T7I TIC tji~h G LLEGE', whioh is
located in South Lancaster Massaohusetts.


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CAiDS FOR EVERY DIY, WEDDING,

SYMPATHY, HOSPITAL, ACCIDENT,


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the next 8 or 9 days there would be no
water.io the island
Ih order to meet the approaching wmat
shortage, the Goverm fnt was. busy work
iLg out plahs to have water brought to
St. Barts fran Puerbo 30Xio*


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the party to regain contrr
oounoil by defeating ai tai
candidates He is the (i
to serve on the council .
A popular aand' respaooeed
the local community, Mr. ^;,l
ly attended his first o
where he was given a wamn
the other members
He is' seoringrn o hre
mittees; health, Warkets
finale, valuation and g lj
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SOEDIE DE WEAVER LEAVES ON BUSINESS TIrP-

Earlier this week, the up-and-oaming,
energetic and progressive young business-
man W. "Boodie" Be Weever left here for
Ske. Barts.
"Boedie" who is the agent for "Simoa"
and"Peugeot" went to St. Barts on a
Business trip and hopes to be back early
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L.IA.T. EMPLOYEE SPENDS FEW HOURS ON

ISLAND.

On Thursday last Mr. Mac Pennyfeathor
I-arrived here about 12:30 p.ms by L.I.L.T.
trcn St. Kitts Mac is an omployeeo c
P'E.iAi.T. and he is assigned to L.I.A.T.'s
i.ain-office at Basseterre. St. Kittso
He returned to St. Kitts the same after-
noon with L.I.A.T.



UiSWBBALL COMMITTEE STINGS INTO ACTION

The Baseball Cammittee under the able
f leadership of its President Mr. J, "uhio"
-Arrilidell, held a mooting earlier this
iek; and laid the ground work for the
.53, baseball competition which is sche-
uled to start on Sunday July 7, 1963.
SThe Baseball Coanittee consists of the'
rolling' personas J.J. "Chic" Arrindell,
uident, John J. Cooper; Treasurer, J.
e Lake, Secrotary, Philip Bryan-
maitt, Diroctor of Public Relations,
edinand Beauperthuy and Felix Chcisy,



AVP MAY FORM NiE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
OF ARUBA.

orting to an article which appeared
i 'mkigoe di Curacao" of June 24,
1Vhere seems to be a strong possi-
ao the PPA and AVP wor ing-togather
beuotivOe Council if Arubal
B1 t 'thantigoes 1 t:e younger
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NVP CANDIDATES FOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

ARE READY

According to the "Amigoe- di.Curacao"
of June 26, 1963 The candidates of the
NVP who have been nominated to fill the
position of..doputies in the new Exeou-
tive of Curacao have accepted their
nomination*
For the time being only four deputies
will be appointed, one deputy's posi-
tion will be left open This leaves
the door open for the eventual farming
forming of a government'on a wide basis,
The four candidates are0
Mr. Dr. da Costa Gcmez PP.van der
Hooven, Drs. E. Newton and Mr. Drs. B,
N. do los Sabtos
Mr. Dr. da Costa Ganez, who is the
fraction-loader of the NVP in the
Staten will have to resign from the
Statene


WILLIS ARRIVES IN KINGSTO FORMER
WILLILMS ARRIVES IN KINGSTON FORMET- ,


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Dr. Eric Williams, prime minister of
Trinidad and Tobago, arrived in King-
ston on Tuesday to attend the meeting
of the Council of the Thiversi of
West Indies (U.f.I.) at Maa .
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mqnbers of both parties strongly fA ti.r
an Executive Council in l*iah bthe 1
and AVP will work togathere
N The paper went. on to say that very
likely, .LC. Anslijn will not be re
elected as deputy, because of the faet
tham there is a split among the Wind-
ward Islanders of the PPA, and because
D.C. Mathew and Leo Chance are both
against the re-election of Anslijn as
deputy.
In the same article the paper hinted
that Lope Beaujon, brother of former
Lt. Governor of Aruba, F.J.C. Beagjcn
may fill the position of minister of
the Nothoria nds Antilles which became
vacant when former Minister of Fananoo
O.S. Henriquez was appointed Lt. Governor:
of Arubas
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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION -5 • SATURDAY JUNE 29. 1963 ANNO UN C EM EN TJJJ Mrs* Evelyn York Bogors would like to announce the graduation of her niece MlsiTbaisy York Miss York will be graduating on June 23rd in the morning from the 12th grade of the Northeastern Academy in New York* In the evening Miss York -will be a contestant in the AM HAL DEBUTANTES COROtJATToNT The participants in this contest are young ladies from various High Sohools. The winner will be She Queen of The Coronation, and Miss Coronation 1963o Mrs* Bogers and niece wished all the relatives were here to enjoy' this grand occasion* In September 1963, Miss Daisy A. York will start her four-years study at the ir lTTANTIC UNION COLLEGE"', whioh is located in South Lancaster Massachusetts* MB. G E S C 0 T T HAS A '.TIDE ASSORTMENT OF ALL OCCASSCN CARDS AT YOUR DISPOSAL. CARDS FOR EVERY DftYi WEDDING, GET '.TELL, SYMPATHY, HOSPITAL, ACCIDENT, ANNIVERSARY, ETC., ETC., the next 8 or 9 days there would be no water on the island* In order to meet the approaohing water shortage, the Government was busy working out plans to have water brought to St. Barbs from Puerto Bico* ****************** Jamaioan Eleoted Sto English Tcwn Counoil A 35-year-old, Jamaioan has just been eleoted to the town oounoil, in Long Eaton, Derbyshire. He is Mr. Oswald George Powe, a member of the local Labour Party, who helped the party to regain control of the oounoil by defeating a Conservative oandidate. He is the $irst Jamaican to serve on the council* A popular and respected member of the local community, Mr. Powo, recently attended his first oounoil meeting where he was given a warm wolcomo by the other members* He is' serving' on three counoil committees; health, markets and housing.] finance, valuation and general purposes; and building and town plannir.^.. ***************BRITISH AWARD FOR COMMONWEALTH JOURNALISTS Britain's Royal Scciaty of Arts awards for journalism this year have been made to Mr. Etionno Depuoh, retired editor of the Nassau (Bahamas) "Daily Tribune", and Mr. Wilfred Fennel associate editor of the "South China Morning Post". Hong Kong* The awards were open to journalists from Commonwealth countries outside Britain wht> have, in" the opinion of the judges, made the most distinguished contribution to their profession" in the last three yoars-"and beat promoted among his cwn people closer



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iS B IT 1 '"JlA YlMCXf "^*; ^^r^-:?3^U3R Alfc Mglgff 1 SA,1U R D A Y Vol. 4 No. 45 1 •? ? Price Fls.6;25 HSAVY. SHQ.7Iix^S SAVE CRITICAL tfAT5R SITUATION Earlier this veek people here (due to the lack of rain dhiring the paat six months) were ffcce to face with a critical water" situation. In spite of the fact that the government'stwo water trucks weredoing a commendable job in supplying ^people v with water from the government's wellst the situation was still critical. Some cattle raisers had already started losing some heads of cattle and many cisterns ort t.he island were already empty while others were very low, Where-ever one went, thy vould hear people praying for rain, -fell, God answered their; prayers and on Thursday about .11:45 -p.m. it Started raining and rained tintil about.12 noon on Friday. i^Ht %  %  % 



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irramwrn TST./MTWI nPTMTrw EXTRA EX TRA DE WE EVER JAAICO ASSOCIATED • P RESENT S Come and convinde yourself with the world* s BEST CARS Come to see our oar lot HERE in PHILIPSBURG, B a ok-Str. %  %  SJAJCA *• P El/a EOT We have four (4) different models awaiting you,. Seeing is believing i Ccme and see our low, I ovr PRIC ES For used cars we also oarry a few models Trade with us for the BEST bargain BUY from us and" SAVEJ '•'" More CAR from us, more PLEASURE, DRIVING ECONOMY. DRIYING^C'cMFOR T and LUXURY as well. We also have in stook: NATIONAL and SULTANA sweet biaoui'tes The leading brand of lemonade around the town M* SUPER CO LA It ocmes in 11 different flavours deliveries made where-ever YOU DESIRE A i TIRES, TUBES, PLYWOOD, MATCHES, ICE BOXES. \w WASHING MACHINES etc., W 'HAT EVER YOUR A/EED'/S COME TO US FIRST I BOEDIE VI W J>E WE ELVER i



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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JULY 39. 1965 THE WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION i ; %  i i i ~ i i i la published every Saturday It *a established by JH. lake, Sr* on July 1; 1959 as a means of helping to improve the sooial, economical, educational and politioal oonditions of the Windward Is*| lands by advocating against the oause of injustice and oppression* —EDITOR DUTCH SBCTIQNi J.H. Lake,Sr. P.O. Bojf22' Philipsburg; St. Maarten, N.A. EDITOR FRENCH SECTION! Mr8* B. Morales, Marigot' St. Martin; P.W.I. Printersi The People 4 s Printery Backstreet, Philipsburg. REPRESENTATIVES! IN ARUBAl IN CURACAOl W STATIAl IN SABA* Mr. J.F. York Sabastraat 55-A San Nicolas, Mr. Wenford Wilson Monte Verde 135 WLllemstad* Mr. V. Tobin Oranjestad Mr. David Donker The Bottom %  %  EDITORIALS JAPANESE MAKE GOOD IMPRESSION ON COMMUNITY During the last week about 42 Japan ese (37 sailors and 5 Executives) w! are attached to the Japanese Fishing Company whioh will soon establish a fishing storage area here, were stationed on the islahdt This was the first time in living memory that so many Japs had been seen' on the island and when they arrive! hero, people wore wondering what they would be 1 ike* The first time the public had a ohance to mix with them'was at a dance at the St. John's Rahoh,. on Saturday last Their behavior was exoellent, their attitude friendly and they displayed a certain amount of discipline which is unusual among sailors* On Sunday afternoon they played a game of baseball against an island" selection and even though they were defeated by our boys 11 0, they won the heart of the large group of spectators who were greatly impressed by their friendly and sportsmanly attitude* RADIC ANNOUNCER IMPROVING %  %  %  % % %  % % % %  H I %  % %  *—** %  I I I I %  %  We have been observing with great satisfaction that Mr. Rudy Dovale, announcer over our local Hadio*station "The Voice of St. Maarten" is now doing acommendable job as an announcer* Our opinion has been supported by the faot that many of our readers have oalled our attention to the satisfactory manner in which Rudy" now handles himself over the "air". One of otir readers said to us tha other dayr "Have you been listening to the "Vicoe of St. Maarten" lately". < "Yas wo replied. Our reader in question oontinuedi "Then I am sure that yoa havo noticed the improved manner in whjoh Rudy" is now announcing; it is a froal pleasure to listen to him." Keef up the good works "Rudy"* BgLAHCE FORMARIGCI ??? Earliejr this week it was reported that an anAulanco had arrived for Marigot* This news caused quite sane



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WINDWABD ISLANDS' PPINKW SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1963 Philipsburg, Sint Maarten, N*A* Juno 28, 1963* Tot Captains & Managers of Baseball Clubs on the Island Gentlament • The Baseball Committee Cordially invites you to a meeting to be held atl Plaoei Central Cafeteria j Marigot, St. Martin. Datei July 1, 1963 Hour* 8#00 P.M. The purpose of this meeting is to start a Baseball Competition of this Island starting on Sunday July 7, 1963* If you cannot personally attend this meeting; please send your representative'fully empowered to vote for your team* Any team not represented at this meeting, will not be premitted to join, the competition at a later date* If you require transportation, please notify the Secretary of the Committee (Mr. Jose Lake) who will arrange transportation for you. Very sincerely Yotrrs* J.J. (Chid chio) Arrendell President, Baseball Committee* Mttitement among our Frenoh neighbours, who were very glad to hear the good tiding* • The exoitement and gladness however was short lived, beoause it was soon discovered that the wholw story was a false rumour* ******************* WATER SUPPLY FOR MARIGOT According to reports from a reliable source Marigot and surroundigg area will soon be supplied with running water* According to plans water will be pumped from a well at 0ripple Gate to a reservoir which will be built at Walava Hill and from the reservoir it will be distributed to Marigot and surrounding area* The plans of the whole water system are at present on display at the Mairie in Marigot and interested persons are requested to make bids for the job* This projeot will be financed by the Frenoh Goverrnant* ********************** He that oanplies against his wj.ll, Is of his own opinion still* *********** YOUNG Mb COMMITS B410RAL ACT WITH 13 YEAR OLD GIRL In St. Eustatius, C.A.B* a native of St. Kitts was arrested recently for committing iimioral acts with a 13-year-old girl* On Tuesday last CA*B* accompanied"by a Policeman arrived here by plane, from St. Eustatius, and was "salted" away in the prison* —.i. ************** Blessed Is The Rebel Without Him Thero Would Be No Progress Only by remaining open, and vulnerable, can a person experience the full joy of human exiBtcnoe. That he must also, thereby know some of the sorrow and pair. of this'worli is without question, but that too; is a part "of the adventure of living* The alternative—closing onetielf off frcr.i experience and sensation and knowlodgo—is to be only ha-if alive* The ultimate invulnerability is death i*soif. r This is not at odds about the need i geate enlightened self-interest in



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1HND11AHD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY'JUNE 29-. 1965 try of'Trade and Commerce, and B fioumain of tho Ministry, of Education.. They are expected.to stay in Janaioa for three daysi P y • ; %  %  %  ************ %  'POLICE HOLD 5 SUSFECTS IN BB. GDI ANA BMGS Five men are being hold in connection with'tho terrorist bombings whioh shook Georgetown Sunday and Monday and oaused four minor casualties. Polios are continuing investigation of the blasts that struck government offices and homes and headquarters of opposition figures* At the same time, the TradeIfoi'on Counoil sought tc reopen talks with Primier Choddi Jagah'for a termination of the two months old strike* ************** ATLANTIC CITY SELECT ED BY DBMOOHtlS FOR '_64 Exuberant Democrats awarded Atlantic %  City their 1964 nominating convention on Tuesday and shouted approval of a resolution endorsing President Kennedy' soivil. rights legislative program* The Democrats National Committee fixed Aug. 24 as tho opening date of a meeting at which Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson ore expected to be renominated by aoclamaticn* • *********** ********************** T H I S b -I* *3U P P 0 R T # *********** ****************************** rq Fully automated elegance! tnchenting Sahide the very timepiece women haw always craved. Now, for the first time, she can wear a divine combination of extravagant beauty and unrtvaBed self-winding, Eterna-Matic precision. What a Joy, to own e leering piece of preeiout watch lewelry and an ,. exact timekeeper e waU. So thin too! Thanks to the unique yfcra-thm Etema • Matte movement, Sahida• (a one-fifth summer than the former thinnest ladies' automatic. W6VSB/ie-144S SiMat pwmwiiu. aaar Sahida : '-J*l>.( Ch a rt s— A**m •MAMKMM ekias*w ••• MRTIC ;~ Jl



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a WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JIKE 29, 1963 society* Too many people today litre our their entire existence in a group, of a group and for a group—never attempting to explore their own individuality, never discovering who or what they are, or might be* Searching out one l s own identity and purpose, taking a real ploaSure in being a person, establishing a basis for truef self-respect—these are the essence of living* We believe that lifte oan be a greator pleasure if it is lived with some style and'graoe and oomfort and beauty, but we do pot ba,lievo that these are the all of it* It is possible to become so oaught up.in the trappings—both the form and the aoooutorments of living—that the real satisfactions become lost. Each man— and woman—should try to knew himself, as well as the world around him, and take real pride in that knowledge* The do-gooder, the prude, the bigot and the oensor have no such self-knowledge and their concern is continually with the affairs of others* A concentrated interest in the affairs of others may produce some worthwhile ends, but it can also be the basis for the meddlesome disruption of other people's private lives* We have always been a little suspicious of those too aggesively concerned with the welfare of their fellow man. This is not to say that man should not bo willing to aid thoso less fortunate than himself. He oertainly should be—and that willingness to help the rest of humankind .should know ho boundaries of race, religion or oountry* But when you help a man, you also rob him'of a measure of his selfreliance; if, however, you help him to help himself, you give him the means of establishing his own life in his own way* I we truly respect our follow'man—and if we truly respect ourselves, it is impossible not to respect our follow man a$„ well—we must respect his individuality^ the things that make' him different from us} that sot him apart and make him a person* One of things that sets man above the lower animals is the distinctly individual nature of each of us; we ishould be as proud of these differences as we are of the similarities.that make us all members of the family of man* What we believe in, first and foremost,' is the individual—and in his right to be and individual* ""if man has a right to find God in hio own way, he has a right to go to the Devil in hi8 own way, alslo* It sometimes happens that the man most other men would |^ .agree is surely "going to the Davil" has, ^instead, discovered a new t.ruth that is leading him away from established thought and tradition to a better way that, in ; time other men will understand and follow* The Bible singles out the meek and the poor in spirit for special blessings*] We'd like to add one of our own* Blessed., is the rebe 1—without him there would be no progress* &' ExoorptCopied fromi The Playboy" Philosophy ****************** MINISTER WILLIAMS STOPS AT JULIANA AIBOKT ON WAY TO ANGUILLA The Hon* F.T* Williams; Minister of i Communications and Works, of St* Kitts, Nevis & Anguilla, spent a short time at ; the Juliana Airport on Thursday while on his way to Anguilla* The L.I.A.T. plane onwhich Minister Williams was flying from St* Kitts to Anguilla Stopped at the airport here* "The Hon* F.T. Williams told our reporter in a short interview that ho was */ making the*).trip to Anguilla for the pitr/pose of checking up* When asked if there were any'plans for the development of / Anguilla, the Minister replied*' "Why,/ yes, we have many plans for Anguilla, but the most important things for Anguilla now aro Water and Roads* And these two items have our attention* Soon the road leading from the "Factory" to the Maihroad in the Valley will be "hard surfaced" < Ministo r Williams will remain in Anguilla until Monday next* ******************* SLAUGHTER HOUSE TO BE BUILT AT F.SXERS BAY There are plans tc build,a slaughterhouse at Friers Bay A coldstrorGge will also be built close to the slaughter! house* The pla ns of the slaughter-house and ooldstorage.are now at the Mairie at Marigot and interested persons are requested tc make bids for the job* ******************** CRITICAL WATER SITUATION AT ST. BARTS Earlier this week it was reported that St. Barts was gaeeel with a oritioal water situation* Mos't'of ; the oist^ms were already empty and according %  bVrports if rain does not fall within •-. i



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WINDWARD ISLANDS' .OPINION SAT TODAY., JUNE 29.. 19,63 63,:. understanding and appreciation of the problems and achievements of his country and the Commonwealth as a whole"* Mr# Pennel is also Hong Kor.g correspondent of the London "Times"o ***************** BCEDIE DE WEEVER LEAVES ON BUSINESS TRIP Earlier this week, the up-and-ooming, energetic and progressive young businessman W. "Boodie" Be We ever left here for Si. Barbs. "Boedie" who is the agent for "Simca" and"Pougeot" went to St. Barts on a business trip and hopes to be back early next woek* ******************* L.I.A.T. EMPLOYEE SPENDS FEW HOURS ON ISL/ND. On Thursday last Mr. Mao Ponnyfeathor arrived here about 12t30 poms by L.I.A.T. from St. Kitts Mao is an omployeo of L.I.A.T. and he is assigned to L.I.A.T.'s Main-office at Basseterre, St. Kittso He returned to St. Kitts the same afternoon with L.I.A.T. ************** BASEBALL COMMITTEE SWINGS INTO ACTION The Baseball Committee under the able leadership of its President Mr. J. "fchio" Arrifldell, held a meeting earlier this week; and laid the ground work for tte 1963, baseball competition which is scheduled to start on Sunday July 7, 1963• The Baseball Committee consists of the' followingpersonsi J.J. "Chic" Arrindoll President, John J. Cooper; Troasurer J* "Jose" H. Lake, Secretary, Philip BryanChemont, Di roc tor of Public Relations, Fordinand Boauperthuy and Felix Chcisy*. ******************* PPA/AVP MAY FOB! NEW EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF ARUBA. According to an article which appeared in the "Amigoe di Curacao" of Juno 24, 1963, there seems to be a strong possibility of the PPA and AVP wording" tog at her in the new Executive Council of Aruba* Aocording to the "Amigoe" the younger members of both parties strongly favour an Executive Council in which the PPA and AVP will work toga the r* x The pape'r wont on to say that very likely, W*C. Anslijn will not be reelected as deputy, because of the faot that there is a split among the Windward Islanders of the PPA, and because D.C, Mathevi and Leo Chance are both a-i gainst the re-election of Anslijn as deputy* In the same article the paper hinted • that Lope Beaujon," brother of former Lt. Governor of Aruba, F.J.C, Beagjon may fill the position of minister of the Nethorlo nds Antilles which beoame vacant when former Minister of Fanahoc 0.S. Henriquez was appointed Lt. Governc of Aruba* Tho election of the deputies of Aruba will take place on Monday July 1, 1963. *************** NVP CANDIDATES FCR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL j J ARE READY According to the "Amigoe. di Curacao" of June 26, 1963 The candidates of the MVP who havo been nominated to fill tho position of./deputies in the new Executive of Curacao have accepted their nomination* For tho time being only four deputies will be appointed, one deputy's position will be left open This leaves the door open for tho eventual farming forming of a government* on a wide basis. The four candidates arei Mr. "Dr. da Costa Gcmez, • P.'van der Hoovent, Drs. E. Newton and Mr. Drs* B* N* do los Sabtos* Mr. Dr. da Costa Gomez, who is the fraction-leader of the NVP in the • Staten will have to resign from the Staten* *>--****************** WILLIES ARRIVES IN KINGSTON FOR MEETING i Dr. Eric Williams; prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, arrived in Kingston on Tuesday to attend the meeting of tho Council of tho University of West Indies (U.W.I.) at Mona. Dr. Williams is pro-ohancellor of the U.W.I. He was accompanied by Trinidadian officials Ken Sealy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, A. Lae'xis of the Minis