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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University of Florida
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The "St. Maarben Foods Ino. was founded here earlier this week. This oine.

pany has been founded by Mr. Cyrus Wathey and his eldest son Mr. Chester.

Wathey and will operate a modern super market. .
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The new company is starting with a capital of fls. 500.000.- ad aL

will be sold to the gonerql public at fls. 100.-- per share. The o

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poi.al, eonomio, educational and

*flHp4ioal conditions of the iBndward Is.

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.j tion from a reliable source, pro es
Y 1 oommbdities will be much cheaper
tfey are at present.
ps .the ,ioearing of the land where
rUmaRket will be built is expect-
.j: rt next w6ek and if all goes
.M to plans, shares will be on
a40ia tb0e ba middle of November 1965.

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U.S. relief a.li rp, .
feared space tor aor .
pounds of eniergenoy
riowneiatrikent Batti,
ed in Miami 4boday, ;l t A o1b(b<
8, by Patr nerion '$.
With ai asotimaated" -O4,0 tead,to
thouslnd injured anm aiewral
irillages wiped out EwrA4*anl3
relief arganizations, here have,*
gathering needed meAl j awn
food and other matei ial. to ait '
stomn victims.
A complete Pan IA aljoair O .lFar
will be a'vailable-i thout oae, rge,
airline announced, as soon ol the y.
lief agencies have sufficient material
to fill it. All donations of supplies
and money for mercy shipments must be
made to recognized agernies, Pan hm
officials aaid.


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J.J. BRAUJ-5 ND..-AC. WATHY 001"CPR
D. TRIO PRESIDENT CARIBAIR

His Hon. J.J. Beaujen; Lt. Governor
of the Windward Islands, and The Hone
L.C. Wothey, Iepresentative of'the
Windward Islands in the Staten, (Ulgis-
lative Council) conferred with Mr. D&
TrigO, Presidnt of Cbribair, at San
Juan, on Monday.

E VINR UDE means SEBV3ED

Mr. Tri go, President of Caribait
the airline which has done a great
deal' to prmaote tourima or this 1a
land, invited Lt. Governor," J.J. 1
Beaujon an d Rapreseitative, Olade
Wathey to San Juan a Monday lat ir f
talk on the future deelcieLt :I
tourism here; and how Caribair oan
assist in this develapcpate
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told our reporter that the ta
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a Tdea .-laset MYrs Boae Martine
Vlatin, of a bpj~ oselebrate her
Oh 8 birthday MPs. Vlaun lho is bett
kn 'by the people of her village, as
WGrandaa bao" is the mo6ter. of
prominent business men, Witty Vlaun anr
S Joe Tiau. of epsobay andThe Bottcm
Saba, repeectivel,, she is also the
grandmother of popular young politioia
and Acting il. Governor of the Windwar
Islands, Mr. Chase Vlaun.
The. ocoasion was marked by a family
get-together at her hcme at Simpsoabay
The Windwaird Islands' Opinion congra
tulates .Grandma Rose" and wishes her
many more happy birthdays.


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DREDGING EIXP RTS FROI GULDELOUPE VISIT
ISLAND

Earlier this week a group of experts
from'a dredging company at Guadeloupe
visited the island. The group were frmn

like a whisssper .. E VI N R D E

a dredging concern which is interested
in obtaining the contract to fill a
section of the Salt Pcid, in order to
enlarge the town of Philipaburg.
The group which arrived here on Mon-
day and left on Wedne.sday, studied the
plans and will submit' a report of its
finding s a well as reocamendatibns to
the Island Gveremea*,
The job to fill a section of the Salt
PMd will be handled by a private oon-
oem A anal il ft ver at the
'D44-of.4-her t -wi^I be filled by
ifbio s*iq p. s woon This is
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According to reports
living at t. JmHas, .
told that her husband
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sister who was living
house with them. The v~'
not'belive this and at
paid no attention to th4
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came suspicious and dao.1W.
Sdo a little checking W-
day nights azo tha unfa
husband w-nt to a d nee* V
returned home after the..
went into the bedroom wboi
wife was; aft=r undressi~ ,'
called 'his wife, but sh.:
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his wife was sleeping, .Vi
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to3s, nd went into the eoIS
his sist.r-in-law. .
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to settle away, and then
herself in r white shee.ta
to the room where her silt;.|
Sslecping And, there t
The wife did not s.y an
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boy" loocIed up and saw t"e:
object, he mistook it for a-"
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in, than he was out.
The wife then took off.
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Ladies Blouses

Ladies Shorts


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ASSOCIATION (N. .I. .A.)


Pastoor Hendriki Str. 47
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founder was its first president
and ,r. J.W. Thompson is its pre-
sent president.
In keeping with its aims and
objective of creating the highest
mor:l standing within its entire
scope, advancing itself through
Social, Cultural and Vducatiohal
pursuits, the association will be
sponsoring a "Windward Islanders
Professional Graduates, Students
and Parents Eveningi' on Sunday
October 27, 1963' at 4:30 p.m. .nd
a "Netherlands-Windward Islads
Historical Day"' .eblat..t ?
November 9 and 10, 1963, ~Sp o-
rating the 470 years aonarriy0y
of-the discovery of tog0i t mlands
Windward Islands. -
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iO 0 p.m. a folklore presentation,
Vi.~.utline of the histories of the
iEahn is snd their acondmic &toru:-
~: e within the Netherlands n-
tl5les, followed by dancing with
-,music supplied by the Garibbean
I.- ambassadors. -.nd on Sunday Novem-
ber 10, 1963 starting at 10:00 a.
Sm. an exhibition of: fruits, vege-
Stables, needle work and other i-
tems typical of the Islands. This
too will :e followed by a picnic
starting t 5:00p.m.(Tickets are
S.already on sale).
S The objective of these functions
are: To introduce our professional
graduates, so tiht they may become
Known to these students and may be
contacted for advice and council-
ing. To create an incentive to
these students. To share with
these students the practical ex-
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periences of our professional
graduates. To'assist these stu-
dents in selecting a particular
Sfield of study. To est-blsih and
maintain a better relationship
Between our professional graduates
I studentss, parents and their asso-
1 'iation. To acquaint, particularly
Sthe younger generation, with the
'. pertinent histories of our Islands
Sand the traditions of our .nces-
. 'tors. To foster a better relation-
- .*hlp between our people, their
. friends and' or association.
Invited guests from abroad will
t include: His Excellency Governor
SDe Brot, The Council of Ministers
F Of the Netherlands i.ntilles, The
SLmerican Consulate General, Mr.
plaude theyhe, Windward Islcnds
Representative, His Honour Lt.
i.overnor Beaujon of the Windward

LANCOW: 1 Lbs makes 3 Itr of Milk
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aEslands, a representative from
ach of the Windward Islands, a
delegate from the Orange Benevo-
vBit Improvement Lssociation, a
legate from the Philipsburg Mu-
Mal Improvement association Mr.
It, Lake,editor of the Windward
ijpads' Opinion and Mr. .C..
y, MLnaging-Diractor of Radio
Iearten. The .ruba invited
4u ill include the Island's
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JETLINER C,. TRYING SUPPLIES TO
HURRIC.NE- 3TRICK1EN -L ITI

Pan imseicsn airways is flying an
emergency shipment of 750 pounds
of medicine and medical supplies
to hurricane-etricken Haiti from
New York.
The supplies, being carried
without charge for CG.RE, an inter-
national relief organization, arr
arrived in Santo Domingo by jet
Clipper and will be transshipped
from the Dominican capital Friday
(Oct. 11) by Pan Lm piston plane
to Port au Prince.
The shipment is the first since
.t e airline offered to carry
shipments to carry mercy ship-
ments to Hiiti for recognized re-
lief agencies. Hurricane Flora

LUX sweet soap yours truly ,

destroyed several Hatian villages,
killing an estimated 00.and
injuring many thousands.

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face Boy were easy put.outb un-
til in the second inning.when
W. Hodge single an .error.qnd
two bases onballs evened the
Score 1 1.
Simca exploded in the third
inning with 5 hits off pitcher E .
Philips for the Couritry Boys but
managed to score only two runs
and took the lead.
Y.M.S.C. brought one safely and
was blanked from then up to the
night when two runs unearned.were
walked in after two outs.
B. Fleming struck out and Simca
collected another victory. Best
batting performance goes to J.
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Suzane Hodgman Jj Latin American Specialist University 'of Florida Gainesville, Florida v -4 PPINION %  A0 KT LABOB mUMlA TUCIT* HtfVS k LABOUR COIQTC 3 -AM. "r*r-4fi — ,_... SAIU E.DiY 0CT03SR 19. 1963 Vol. S No. 17 Prioe Fls, 9.25 \ 3 1. M A A R T E N FOODS INC. FOUNDED The "St, Maarten Foods Ino, was founded here earlier this week, pany has been founded by Mr. Cyrus Tiathey and his eldest son M r Wathey and will operate a modern super market. The new company is starting with a capital of fls. 500.000,— f will be sold to the general 'public at fls. 100 o — per share. The build and operate a modern super market, at Point Blanche on the Main Hoa


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WlND.vARD ISLANDS' OPINIJN 4 SATURDAY OCT. 19. 1963 SflEAP SALE' %  %  THE WINDWARD ISLANDER SHOP Front Street Philipsburg Men's shirts. %  f. 3.70 Ladies Blouses f. 1.00 Ladies Shorts f. 1.00 Ladles Hats f. 1.00 Ladies Bath Suits f. 9.25 Ladies Skirts f. 3.00 Ladies Shoes f. 5.55 Dress materials f. 1.00 (per Yd.) Girls Shorts f. 1.00 Girls Blouses %  f. 1.00 Ladies Dresses f. 9.25 The '.'findard Islander Shop open mornings only 0 discuss with the Ministers of the European Common Market are; a water distillery plant for St. Maarten and the construction of new schools in the Windward Island. He plans to be back on Tuesday. ** # M M-M MMM It M MUM M NETHERBANDS /IND.v..RD I3L.NDS WELFARE ASSOCIATION (N.W.I.W.A.) Psstoor Hendrik Str. 4-7 San Nicolas, Aruba, NA. October 8, 1963 PRESS RELEASE The Netherlands Windward Islands ./elf: re association vr.s organized on June 4, 1944 and its st:tutes approved on February 23 1945. During the association 1 s almost twenty years of existenceIt h: s been lead by some f if teaai presidents. Mr. L.C. Bell a cofounder was ."its fir stand ^r. J.W, Thompson sent president. In keeping with its objective of creating moral standing within president is its preaims and the highest its entire advancing itself through scope, Social, Cultural and Educational pursuits, the association will be sponsoring a "Windward Islanders Professional Graduates, Students and Parents Evening" on Sunday October 27, 1963 at 4:30 p.m. -nd a "Netherlands V/indward Islands Historical Day 1 celebration on November 9 and 10, 1963, commemorating the 470 yaers annivsrsary of the discovery of the TTetherlands| Windward Islands. The former function will be panel type presentation, with speakers in the professional fields! of: Engineering, Nursing, Social .vork, Commercial Education, Physical Eaucation and Journalism. The latter will feature, on Satur-' day November 9, 1963 starting at



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ffiMpgup ISVJTOS' CPINICN s SATURDAY OCT. 19. 1963 accompanied,-Lfc. Governor Beaujon ard Jtepresenta'-bive Wat hey on'the trip. They returned on Tuesday noon. IULL am HAPPY BIRTHDAY On Tuesday last Mrs* Rose Martine Vlaun, of Simp's onbay celebrated her 80th. birthday. Mrs. Vlaun who is better known by the people of her village, as "Grandma Rose" is the mother of prominent business men, fatty Vlaun and Joe Vlaun of SLmpsonbay and The Bottom, Saba, respectively. She is also the grandmother of popular young politioian and Acting lit. Governor of the Windward Islands, Mr. Chas. Vlaun. The occasion was marked by a family ger-together at her home at Simpsonbay. The Windward Islands' Opinion congratulates "Grandma Rose" and wishes her many more happy birthdays. ****************** (DREDGING EXPJRTS FROM GIL'.DELOUPE VISIT ISLAND Earlier this week a group of experts from a dredging oompany at Guadeloupe visited the island. The group were from like a whisssper EVINRUDE a dredging concern which is interested in obtaining the oontraot to fill a section of the Salt Pond, in order to enlarge the town of Philipsburg. The group which arrived here on Monday and left on Wednesday, studied the plans and will submit a report of its findings as well as recommendations to the Island Government. The job to fill a section of the Salt Pond will be handled by a private concern. A small area however, at the "Heod-of-the-town"-will be filled by the Public Works Dept. soon This is being done in order that, two of the LIBBY' S MMilk, read & save the label leading tourist stores in Philip^' burg which have been promised this section may be able to s tart building their new stores. for sound & style ... NORDi.JC'DE UNFAITHFUL HU.33.-.ND C..UGHT "Ri£H..ND3D* I-iI5T..£SS WIFS FOR G-H0 3T Recently a woman at St. James, Marigot caught her husband "redhanded malting "love"with her sister. •According to reports r woman living_at St. J...mes, Karlgot vras told that her husbend was carrying on a "love" affair with her sister who was living in the same house with them. Tha~wife could not believe thi3 and at first paid no attention to this talk. fcfter ? while however she became suspicious and decided to do a little chicking T wo Saturday nights ago ths unfaithful huband w=nt to a d nee. './hen he returned horje after the dance, he went into the bedroom where his wife was; aft=r undressing, he celled his wife, but she pretended to be in a deep sleep and did -not answer Feeling sure that his wife was sleeping, "lover-boy" left his wife's bedroom on his toss, :.nd went into the room with his sister-in-law. The wife gave him a little time to settle away, c.nd then wrapped herself in r white sheet end went to the room where her sister was sleeping And, there they were... The wife did not ss.y anything but made a strenge noise. When "loverboy" loo'xed up and s :w the white Object, he mistook it for a ghost ana jumped 'throu-h a window screaming at the top of his voice ... In his fright he jumped into a tank of water, but he was no sooner in, than he was out. The wife then took off the 1 sheet and according to reports started dropping blows left and right. 4.C. Wathey To Attend Meeting With Ministers Of European Common^Market The Hon. A.C. >'. r athey, Representative of the Windward Islends in the Ste.ten (Legislative Council) will leave here today by Caribair .for Curacao via Puerto Rico, wher6 he will attend a me ting on Monday with the Ministers of the European Common Market. He told our reporter that foremost among th6 items which he will



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WINDWAH) ISUNDS* OPINION NOW IS THE TIME TO SHOP AT OEDE de WE R ON MilNSTBEEI PHILIPSBURG ST. M A A RT E N AGENT FOR) 5 IMCA WEHAVE IN STOCK ; PLYWOOD all sizes TKQPIGAS STOVES REFRIGERATORS WASHING M/J3HINES STANLEY WINDOWS Glass and AUuminum NATIONAL BISCDITES and SUPER COLA TRQPIGAS the hotest gas in town PEUSOUT oars and pick-taps ALSO DONT FORGET On your way to the Airport drop in and fill up at Our well stocked service Station We have auto motor parts for ALL MAKES of cars Come and see for YOURSELF For any deliveries phone your ordf ;• to No. 2217 De WEEVER JAMCO St. Maarten _. —



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WINDWARD ISUUDJ OPINION — "In working the Carlsberg Breweries it should be a constant purpose regardless of immediate profit, to develop the art of making beer to the greatest'possible degree of perfeotion in order.that these breweries may ever assist in keeping beer brewing in Denmark on a high and honourable level." That, ladies and gentlemen, is the motto of the Carlsbery Breweries of Denmark as laid down by .Christen Jaoobsen and his successors J.C. Jacobsen and Carl Jaoobsen. A constant-pioneer and leader in the field of producing better beer and brewing methodssinoe 1811, Carlsbery is now known as one of the leading pilsner beers in Europe and the world* Friends, be a judge of your own tste, allow yourself to enjoy the flavour of a mild and mature bee. And, speaking of tonics, it should hardly be necessary to remind you that there is none to beat Carlbery VIKING TONIC CARLSBERY BEER and VIKING MALT TONIC are available in standard size bottles or in stubbies* Pick up your oases at the Philipsburg Printshop & Trading Co. N.V. Baokstreet 246 or look out for our saleman and place your orders. And don't forget to save your Carlsberg stoppers they are of value. SAPOLIN VINYL MASONRY PAINT Resists weather Mildew fading SAPOLIN CHASIS BLJCK PAINT for c ha sis and under fender SAPOLIN VARNISHES quick drying LIGHT OAK and SPAR VARNISH LATEX PAINTS for your walls in 16 beautiful shades For further information contaot the man "LILDAN" This man worked at the large factory where these products are manufactured specially for the tropic for 9 years Time payments arranged if necessary. St. JOHN RANCH OPEN FOR DANCE BOOKINGS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Contact: "LILDAN"



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WINDA..RD ISLANDS' OPINION 3A.TURD.-Y OCT 19. 19( vS 8:00 p.m. a folklore presentation, an outline of the histories of the Islands md their economic structure within the Netherlands Jfcitilles, followed by dancing with music supplied by the Caribbean Ambassadors. ..nd on Sunday November 10, 1963 starting at 10:00 a. m. an exhibition of: fruits, vegetables, needle work and other items typical of the Islands. This too will be followed by a picnic starting ^t 5:00p.m.(Tickets are already on sale). The objective of these functions are: To introduce our professional graduates, so that they aay become known to these students and may be contacted for advice and counciling. To create an incentive to these students. To share with these students the practical exSIG-..L 1 toothp: ste does 2 jobs periences of our professional graduates. To "assist these students in selecting a particular field of study. To est:blsih and maintain a better relationship between our professional graduates students, parents and their association. To acquaint, particularly the younger generation, with the pertinent histories of our Islands and the traditions of our ancestors. To foster a better relationship between our people, their friends and" otir association. Invited guests from abroad will include: His Excellency Governor De 3rot, The Council of Ministers of the Netherlands Antilles, The American Consulate General, Mr. Claude tfathey, Windward Islands Representative, His Honour Lt. Governor Bs.jujon of the Windward DANCOW: 1 Lbs makes 3 ltr of Milk Islands, a representative from each of the Windward Islands, a delegate from the Orange benevolent Improvement Association, a delegate from the Philipsburg Mutual Improvement -ssociation^ Mr. J.H. La'.ce,editor of the Windward Islands' Opinion and Mr. Z'.C. Wathey, M naging-Director of Radio St. Maarten. The Aruba invited guests will include the Island's d ignitari'es. The invited guests referred to above are for the "Historical Day" celebration only (Nov.9, 1963) SIMC. EV2NS S2-.?L2S G..M3S 3Y DJIFE..TING Y.M.S.C. 7 -"4 Boy van Heinegen a south paw dominated Y.M.S.C. batting power %  and defeated her for the second time. The first four batters to face .Boy were easy put outs until in the second inning when W. Hodge singled an error and two bases on balls evened the Score 1-1. Simca exploded in the third inning with 5 hits off pitcher E Philips for the Country Boys but managed to score only two runs and took the lead. Y.M.S.C. brought one safely and was blanked from tien up to the night when two runs unearned were walked in after two outs. B. Fleming struck out and Simca collected another victory. Best batting performance goes to J. Carty with a brilliant 3 for 4 #** g# *#•* it*** ># JZTLINi]R C RAYING SUPPLIES TO HURRIC..,A 7 5-5TRICISN H.. ITI Pan i-mericsn airways is flying an emergency shipment of 750 pounds of medicine and medicsl supplies to hurricane-stricken Haiti from New York. The supplies, being carried without charge for Gt.RE, an international relief organization, arr arrived in Santo Domingo by Jet Clipper and will be transshipped from the Dominican capital Friday (Oct. 11) by Pan Am piston plane to Port au Prince. The shipment is the first since the airline offered to carry shipments to carry mercy shipments to H-..iti for recognized relief agencies. Hurricane Flora LUX sweet soap yours truly %  destroyed several Hatian villages, killing an estimated 3-,500 and injuring many thousands; < yi Hi t it '. '. : : 1 :u %  r rr r r r r r r r %  ,-ir THIS IS YO UlR HEISPJIPER SUPPORT IT.'



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WINDWARD ISLANDS 1 OPINION SATURDAY OCT. 19. 1963 THE. WINDWABD-ISLANDS' OPINION Is published every Saturday It was established by J.H. Uke,Sr. on July 1, 1 ;' 19C^9 as a means of helping to improve i .the, social, economio, educational and \ political conditions of the Windward Is• lands by advooating against the cause of injustice and oppression. I EDITOR DUTCH SECTION: J.H. Lake, St. P.O. Box 22; Philipsburg; St. Maarten, N.A. EDITOR FRENCH SECTION Mrs. B.'Morales, Marigot, St. Martin, F.W.I. Printers* The People's Printery Tamarindesteeg No. 8 Philipsburg. It mill stock food stuffs, clothing, appliances etc., and aocording to inSURF EXTRA MILD TO YOUR BANDS formation from a reliable source, prices on all commodities will be much cheaper than they are at present. Work on the clearing of the land where the super market will be built is expected to start next week and if all goes aocording to plans, shares -will be on sale around the middle of November 1963. ************** PAN AM-OFFEPS TU FW^RCY CK>obs TO HAITI ——— ', P f '• %  U.S. relief agencies have been ofv. fered space for more than 24,000 pounds of emergenoy supplies for hurricane-striken Haiti, it,was annouai,. ed in Miami today, Tuesday, October 8, by Pan American AirWys. \ With an estimated 4,000 dead, many thousands injured and several whole ,* villages wiped out by Hurrioane FloA, \ relief arg^nizations here have been.V y gathering needed medical supplies; -,_ food and ether materials to aid the^. storm victims. A complete Pan An all-oargo Clipper will be available-without charge, t^e airline announced, as soon as the relief agencies have sufficient materials to fill it. All donations of supplies and money for mercy shipments must be made to recognized agencies, Pan Am officials Eiaid. J.J. BEAJJON .AND A.C. WATHEY CONFER D. TRIGQ, P R ESIDENT OF CARIBAIR His Hon. J.J. Beaujan, Lt. Governor of the Windward Islands, and The Hon. A.C. ffiathey, Itepresentative of'the Windward Islands in the Staten, (legislative Council) conferred with Mr. D Trigo, President of Caribair, at San Juan, on Monday. EVINRUDE means SERVICE Mr. Tri go, President of Caribair, the airline which has done a great deal' to premote tourism on this island, invited Lt. Governor,' J. J. Beaujon an d Representative, Claude Wat hey to 3an Juan on Monday last for talks on the future development of tourism here; and how Caribair can assist in this development* The Hon. A.C. Wathey in an interview told our reporter that the talks were conducted in a friendly atmosphere, and even though no definite decisions were reached, it was his opinion that the talks would bear fruits in the f ut ure. 43 beans in every cup NESCAFE BLUE BAND HOLLAND'S BEST Mr. John Cooper, Caribair Station Manager here, and well-known and respeoted personality in the oanmuniiy