Windward Islands' opinion

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Windward Islands' opinion
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v. : ; 31 cm.
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English
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Philipsburg, Netherlands Antilles
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weekly
completely irregular

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

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University of Florida
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ki''9br J.H, Lake,Sr, on July 1,

ri* ns of helping to improve

,ijal, economic, educational and
.tial conditions of the Windward Is-

1irby advocating against the cause of


ce and oppression.


DO SECTION:

| Late,Sr.
*aO Box 22,
tlipsburg,
I. Lharten, N.A.


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Ive. B. Morales,
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-t$be Gripsholm to St. Maar-
9 to all to do their bit
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cases it aa
kicking a tu j
matter wmer pePO .,
thoritieg fBo a
teachers ri i .4,'
an8e thA.f\ e be
of the udr*siral .fi .

wrong to kict~t,,A 4E'B ( i
cases the 4stu nt wa *byik ii
not tryimg to BA h : ak riF
kind of action'which should never bke
happened.
We feel however that jhe Caia ity
should know of the condition wai6b n-
ist at thesahol; a; ri' %* us
opinion ,. might hakfl beat4a By Frt-
ly responsible for.-te eteabera _btie'm.
Most of the classrooms o all th..
schools here are ovWqeowded bepase
of the lack of epough uaasaroe ip as-
coomodate our riapidly'4gto ing 1 I
population. In psoe eases there at a
many as 52 children in one clausrua.
Sometimes about half of .the sta4es.i in.
a class (from the 5 graje upwari ) re
nptsuited for the c4as.b. T s aW;ltlid-.
reoi because of the lack. a..rf "
school .fr boys and a 4B Wti'i ApiNBol
for girls are forced apgaJst their will
and ability to follow a coarse to .e4-
cation for whieh they ate tnit s-te d,
and so they are unhappy.
-;The ,teachers because of thlf are .
faced with the problem of seeitag.- ad
ren who- can learn kept kid by qt~ir
who cannot learn. As hman. beings
sometimes (as a result of theb, abo)i
feel themselves frustrated and biQpae
of this frustration eaIetiMrts act
an undesirable manner.
. The Administrqtian as ads' lawgep
of money Tor eatio eo b p ~ "-,
fsa., 29b6. 31 aat1l8O3 flsq S,8
is our optiaen4weveretratt t
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thing .abont tEe overc r w
byr having new a cool kl .

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Souinto hat in the
Sple 'it 'be iaed after a
a-. u id olil wr fw.i thip in mind
ha ibsoHa a BAe "which we feel
beidost 1) i |, i8^ste
a young ia:dw f.aef wo i in
opinion (and'i e fe" that friend
S- oeswll fgte.&) haW doine more t
qaet4r Visir JIlanAer in making
deepmttfr pier at P-int Blanche
a reality,
43 bean:ineer cup .. NECA
41 bean in every cup ... NESCAF


There are. those who nr.- argue
fthe pe y f1id i1not 1 n-tmd aft
1 ivingr pe' We haoTver ao no
w it We tira scwol of 4o64ga.t",
Ti .il' or opihibn' tIhi if one h
wortlhile work, They Ciou! 'obe
tat h i:eir kirrk is apl citedtd w1
*.v.y etil'r ive. In o&:'icr word;
Irit antil one is dead to send fl
to i-at e e funeral We feel t
should be done while Ie (she) is
alive. So that he (9ai.) nay have
,;,:- BeeaMel ll and .n.joy the be-
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&Mears.,at the
at Point Airp6rt, at PeUrt.
lIted facilities and the
modern tenaipal
ven a The trip "as
hority Governaent in
sy *-to make an on the sp
aiapi lay-out, facllifiWe
Lieve at this modern and i.
7me for building; fo; the
ideas which api be
first teriiinal building
i Wind- built at the Julia.
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will ship of Lt. Gove .r I
Ui" of Mr Clem LabV ,
Sour Bureau, left.t he
Sand chartered DC-3, Car
;hAn any 8:.30 a.m. and arrives,
ig a S.:45 a.mn, After c
become and Customs,.the p raV
by Mrs. J. Burzio of
The group thbe ,a~
E building under the
gracious Mrs. Btarszid,
th-i- commendable job aq a toq
er. a the enc of the tour tb ,
t agree vited by an official,ot'
because, Airays to the "Pan Ab.. <
as lone where delicious frtit p"
toid refreshments were sl eu dl.
Lilc the group enjoyed lu~eh a
rhy restauranut,.give by C
Icowrs Mr. Antonio resaroo .
Lat this Superintendent,.of Pqr#tf.
still the airport, willing1f a
a manner supplied the gIea
muty of ant and valuable
After Junch the /1 ii
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S :iat at G:30 p.n..
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re say Lt. Governor, J.J:
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SStation Manager of Caribair, John
BHead of the local.U.S. Weather
Vincent Labega, Head of the
it Works Dept., Alexis Arnell,
tary of the Lt. Governor, Miss
iNesbeth, Post Master, Joseph
or, Head of the Juliana Airport,
4 Station, E. Ferrier and Mrs.
r, Mayor of Police and Mrs. G.
Atr Wal.



SI LH HIGGS VISITED ISLAND

'IMr. Balph Higgs, Chief of the U.S.
"bther Bureau at San Juan, Puerto Rico,
reited the island earlier this week.
was accompanied by Mr. Mac Birney,
distantnt Chief of the technical divi-
iton of the National Hurricane Research
irwject at Washington, D.C.

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i r. Higgs was here on the invitation
Saf the Island Government to discuss the
1'nasfer of the U.S. Weather Bureau, here
| s. its present location to the new
m;A~inal building. During the discussion
i as. explained that this island serves
a a buffer station for the San Juan
s station, and that there are strong
.possibilities, that a radar station for
S'the purpose of tracking hurricanes may
: en be installed here,
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S Mr. Higgs left on Wednesday by Pan
im for Haiti to chock and make a report
on the damage caused by hurricane Flora.
MI.,*. Ma Birney will spend two weeks on
4the island.

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i thM. Edmond Prestas a project engineer
;.,jbe National Coal Association of
recently sent part of his
e n trip at the Little Bay Hotel.
Prestas who was a pilot during
S World War, told our reporter,
")a m tade many reconnaissance
I the islands, during the
B Bi~tit'i1' 1 Ie ctaTio.e. at te Ij.S.


He shid that he was tk i' 'Pd
what he 4had seeq a-r tlfe;41(i .
he always promised 'nreij t: i
the islands as soon as he dioa '
Doth himself and his chalaifl wift
the former Miss Carne Kearts of DfW tUa,
Irland, said that they. fond. the islaW
very beautiful' and its people very triA.94
ly and kind.

-Mr. Constant Gumbs and his graciousj
wife "Miss Jessie" arrived here recent-
ly from Aruba. Mr. Gumbos ho worhi in
a supervisory capacity at Lago (41ge
& Transportation bept.) for many ,lrs
and who is known in Aruba as a motoer
mechanic of high rating is home .to tay,
Mr. Gumbs is the brother of Mr. Philip
Bryan of "Central Stores & Garage, at
Philipsburg and Marigot. The Gumlb' are
spending some time with Mr. and krs.
Philip Bryan at Upper Prince's Quarter
before settltag m m.

-Mr. Sylvain :Gmbs arrived here re-
cently from Aruba. Mr. Gumbs who was
San employee of Lago Police Dept. at
Aruba, is now home to stay.
Ve welcome Mr. Gumbs and his family
in our midst.

-Mrs. Edith Brown arrived here from
the U.S.A. last week Monday. Mrs.
Brown who resides at New Jersey is the
only daughter of Mrs. Adlaide Richard-
son of Middle Region.
During her stay here Mrs. Brown'will
be the guest of, her mother.
We welcome her in our midst and wish
her a most pleasant vacation on the.
island. -

-On Tuesday last Mr. Adolpmhs "Dolphie"
fassell returned to his native island,
Saba.
Mr. Hassell who had spent soae .4im
at the St. Rose Hospital at Philips-
burg where he was'operated on by Dr.
Levendag, was muc.a improVe.
At ie Juliana airport yjust before
boarding his plane, he told our re-
porter that hp wua most gratefi' t6d.
Dr. LUvendag and the entire staff t f!
the St. Rose Hospital for the gnet .'
care they had takon of him duri0 Ad %'
illness. ,


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Hospital to have her babies by the
SDoctor at Statia.
On Tuesday last Mrs. Patrick accomp-
anied by her two newly burr sons, Louis
Sand Fernando, left for St. Eustatius
by the Windward Islands Airways.

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B BLUE WEDDING

A crowd was At the Methodist Church
Sin Philipsburg on TLursday afternoon to
Witness the marriage of Mr. Cedrick
Oniel Richardson and Miss Eulalic Wilson,
daughter of Mrs. Rose Gerot of Cul-de-
Sac.
SThe lovely bride who was given in
marriage by Mr. Godfried Richardson was
dressed in a beautiful blue bridal out-
fit.
Miss Lucy Smith was the maid of honour
and Miss Irma Abdul Hanid was the brides-
maid. Bestman for the occasion was Mr.
Gerald Peterson.
S A reception was held at the hone of
S.the bride's mother and Al3 present tacl
S an enjoyable time,
We congratulate 'he ycung couple and
wish them much luck: and happiness as
man and wife.

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MISS R YIONA ILLIDG,, IS BR. CK

S On Friday last iss .amona Illidge
returned from 3olle.nd via Curacao, by
' K.L.M. after esTccessfully completing a
course in Gener.l Nursing and Midwife's
assistant.
Miss Illidge -rho has developed into a
: charming young lady over the years,
:J.irst graduated from the Oranjeschool
(ULO) here ard then went to Aruba where
Ss.he graduated from the Abraham de Veer
School (MUL0) at San Nicolas.
In ICZ9 she loft Aruba for Holland and
I' Sept. 25, 1963, she graduated wi-
Uiours at che "Enma Kliniek" in The
A gke, HolLcnd.
.Miss Illidtg told our reporter that
e* ,enjoyed h r years in Holland, but
-is very haFpy to be home again. She
d that she .-ad no immediate plans
:.ot,- but would be pleased if she
& job here. If however, she
4t g~t a job here, she would seek


after spending-8bome time with her mother,
other relatives and friends here. She is
the daughter of the late Mr. Leopold
Illidge and Mrs. Anna Illidge of Philips-
burg and the sister of Mrs. Jules Carty,

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also of Philipsburg.
The Windward Islands' Opinion congra-
tulates Miss Illidge as well as her
mother, and wishes her a pleasant stay
here.



MINISTLIRS OF COMMON MaBE T VISIT CURA-
CAO

A group of Ministers of the European
Common Market visited Curacao earlier
this week.
The group which is making a study of
the Caribbean, consisted of: Mr. Robrt
Margulies, President of the Delegation
(Uest Germany), Mr. Sijbrandus Auke
Posthunus, Vice-President,(Holland), Mr.
Gustave Alric (France), Mr. Hienrick
Aiger (West Germany), Mr. Louis Briot
(France), Enrico Carboni (Italy), Mr.
Rene Charpentier (France), Karl Hahn
(West Germany) and Mr. Ludwig Metzger
(West Germany).
A s: ecial meeting of the Staten
(Legislative Council) was held at Willem-
stad, Curacao, on Monday at 11 a.m. and
during this meeting the President of the
Staten, Mr. Bikker, addressed the Dele-
ghtion in French After welcoming the
group he requested speedy approval of
the various plans for the Netherlands
Antilles Mr. Robert Margulies, Presi-
dent of the Delegation replied in Ger-
man. His speech in which he said that
he was favourably impressed with what
he had seen and informed the Staten mem-
bers that a group of technicians from
'the Common Market will visit Curacao
early next month for the purpose of study,
ing the various aspects of the many pro-
jects, was immediately translated into
Dutch by a secretary of the Delegation.
At a reception which was held after
the meeting, the members of the Staten,
were given an opportunity to get better
acquainted with the members of the lele-
gation as well as to discuss the pro-,
jects for their particular constitmoeay.

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.*,. *..S St .-" TTIVAL GBO P .


This year a group of yotgg people have orgafiized a committee under e I
name: "St.. aarten Festiv Group". This group under the leadership Mr.
Arnold Scott (President) has joined the Official Coanittee to nake t "b
"St. Iartinp'. Day" a memorable one.
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Representatives of the "St. Maarten
Festival Group Are:


PATRONS


Mr. A. Scott
Mr. A. Milton
Mr. K. Wilson
Mr. J. Lynch
Mr. H. Scott
Mr. F. Samson
Mr. C. Griffith
Mrs. M. Richardsbn


President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Member


Mr.
Mr.
Mr.
Mr.

Mr.
Mr.
Mr.


and Mrs.
and Mrs.
and Mrs.
and Mrs.

and Mrs.
and Mrs.
and Mrs.


J.J. BeaujOa
A.C. Wathey
J.P. Conner
H.M. Peters

Spus Prefect
H. Petit
F. Choisy


ACTIVITIES OF THE "ST. .MLJlTIN FESTIVAL GROUP"


FRIDAY, Nov. 8, 1963


19.00 hours:


16.30 hours:


.,21.00 hours:
24.00 hours:



16:30 hours:


13.00 hours:

17.00 hours:


Steelband Competition followed by Calypso Tent at
"Festival Village" Cul-de-Sac.

SaTURDAY. Nov. 9, 1963
Re-opening of "St. Maarten Festival Village" Cul-
de-Sac.
Costume dance at St. John's lanch
Official announcement of "Festival Queen 1963"

SUNDAY. Nov. 10. 1963
Re-opening of "St. Maarten Festival Village" Cul-
de-Sac


MOPIAY, Nov. 11, 1963
Parade starting at Fort Willian through the Frontatreet,
Backstreet and ending at "Festival Village" Cul-de&Sac.
Final judging of the various groups, floats, etc.
Press Release


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upon his return from the meeting, told'our reporter, that even th
tiBha4 ,noit visited the Windward Islands, its members were weil
0ee4. If te Wislands. Ha s*" tit the DeljgatioR had resexi d a 0
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tillery plant for St. Maarten and the
traction of new schools on all three
andds.



ICE OF TIE POST OFFICE OF ST. MAARTEN

IL

,Saint Nicolaas parcels intended for
Christmas and New Year's greet-
and New Year's Parcels for EUROPE,
ICA and SURINAME, should be posted no
ter than the 24th.of October 1963.

IL

4%.istmas and New Year's articles should
posted:
,. for EUROPE and SURINiME no later than
the 13th of December 1963
.b. for AMERICA no later than the 16th of
December 1963

!fierg THE ISLANDS.

a. for CURICiO, ARUBA and BCNAIRE (Christ-
. mas cards) no later than the 19th of
December 1963.
:b_. for CURICAO, ARUBA and BONAIRE (New
Year's cards) no later than the 26th
of December 1963.
Sc. for SABA and ST. EUST.TIUS (Christmas
cards) no later than the 20th of Dec-
ember 1963.
Sd. for SABA and ST. EUST.iTIUS (New Year's
I cards) no later than the 27th of Dec-
'. ember 1963.


St. Maarten, 17 October 1963.
The Chief of the Pbst-Office.
Signed: J. O'Connor


F 0 FOREIGN NEVS IN BRIEF


: An aircraft pressmed to be
fired on an American owqed ship
the coastof Cuba early'Tuesday morn-
A State D pt. spokesman said one
fire ilTluinated the vessel with
I.fares then returned for 16 to 20
yp gapnfire, apparently no bombs
tere used and a State Dept.
..ribed .t as n "An unpro-
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high seas and in Violation of freedom
of the seas."

Birmingham: The deadline of racial de-
monstration past in Birmingbal on Tues-
day without City Council action on hiding
Negro policemen. The Rev. Martin Luther
King, had said two weeks ago, that if
25 Negro policemen had not been Employed
by Tuesday. He would lead thousands of
Negroes into the streets..The City Coun-
cil described the deadline as irresponsi-
ble and ill conceived.

Havana: Castro facin: a stagg ring re-
building job because of hurricane Flora
devastations asked the United States on
Tuesday night tn lift its economic e-
bargo against Cuba immediately. The
bearded Cuban leader made the request in
the midst of a three hour Bavana radio
and television speech. After disclosing
that starvation had killed as many per-
sons as floods following the hurricane,
Castro said that he did not want Ameri-
can help."What we ask for is an end of
the economic blockade of our country,
es ecially at this moment", he said.

London: Lord Home on Tuesday made his
first major statement since becoming
Prime Minister, said he looks forward to
real cooperation with the Soviet Union,
in negotiating settlements to cold war
issues. Home denied that his selection
as Prime Minister which climaxed one of
the most bitter fights in Conservative
history had split the party. And he paid
"tribute to R.A. Butler who had been
favoured to succeed the retired Primier
Harold Macmillan, but agreed to join
Home Cabinet as Foreign Secretary.


Moscow: Soviet Primier Khrushchev has
offered massive no strings attached aid
to Cuba to relieve the hardships caused
by recent floods and hurricane Flora
damage. The offer in a letter from
Khrushchev to Prinier Fidel Castro, said
some of the aid will come from Soviet
supplies already stock-piled in Cuba.

London: Prime Minister Lord Homes on
Wednesday formerly gave up one of the
oldest titles in the nation to run for
parliament as a commoner. He is expeot-
ed to win November 7, special election
and then he will direct his new g~eram-
ment in person from the House of ainOns.
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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION 8 SATURDAY OCT. 26. 1963 distillery plant for St. Maarten and the construction of new schools on all three islands. .. NOTICE OF TIU2 POST OFFICE OF ST. MAARTEN SEA-MAIL Saint Nicolaas parcels intended for HOLLAND, Christmas and New Year's greetings and New Year's Parcels for EUROPE, AMERICA and SURINAME, should be posted no later than the 24th of October 1963. AIR-MAIL Christmas and New Year's articles should be posted: a. for EUROPE and SURINAME no later than the 13th of December 1963 b. for AMERICA no later than the 16th of December 1963 BETWEEN THE ISLANDS a. for CUR.G-iO, ARUM and BONAIRE ( Christmas cards ) no later than the 19th of December 1963. b. for CUR.CAO, ARUM and BONAIRE ( New Year's cards ) no later than the 26th of December 1963. c. for SuiM and ST. EUST,,TIUS. ( Christnas cards ) no later than the 20th of December 1963. d. for SAM and ST. EUST.LTIUS ( New Year's cards) no later than the 27th of December 1963. St. Maarten, 17 October 1963. The Chief of the Post-Office. Signed: J. O'Connor ============ II. FOREIGN NEWS' IN BRIEF WASHINGTON: An aircraft presumed to be Cuban fired on an American owijed ship near the coast_of Cuba early Tuesday morning. A State D pt. spokesman said one plane fire illuminated the vessel with orange flares then returned for 16 to 20 attacks by gunfire, apparently no bombs or rockets were used and t 8tate Dept. news officer discribed it as; "An unprovoked attack of a vessel navigating on the high seasand in violation of freedom of the seas." Birmingham: The deadline of racial demonstration past in Birmingham on Tuesday without City Council action on hiring Negro policemen. The Rev. Martin Luther King, had said two weeks ago, that if 25 Negro policemen had not been employed by Tuesday. He would lead thousands of Negroes into the streets. The City Council discribed the deadline as irresponsible and ill conceived. Havana: Castro facin ; a stagg ring rebuilding job because of hurricane Flora devastations asked the United States on Tuesday night tn lift its economic embargo against Cuba immediately. The bearded Cuban leader made the request in the midst of a three hour Banana radio and television speech. After disclosing that starvation had killed as many persons as floods following the hurricane, Castro said that he did not want American help."What we ask for is an end of the economic blockade of our country, especially at this moment", he said. London: Lord Home on Tuesday made his first major statement since becoming Prime Minister, said he looks forward to real cooperation with the Soviet Union, in negotiating settlements to cold war issues. Home denied that his selection as Prime Minister which climaxed one of the most bitter fights in Conservative history had split the party. And he paid • tribute to R.A. Butler who had been favoured to succeed the retired Primier Harold Macmillan, but agreed to join Home Cabinet as Foreign Secretary, Moscow: Soviet Primier Khrushchev has offered massive no strings attached aid to Cuba to relieve the hardships caused by recent floods and hurricane Flora damage. The offer in a letter from Khrushchev to Primier Fidel Castro, said some of the aid will come from Soviet supplies already stock-piled in Cuba. London : Prime Minister Lord Homes on Wednesday formerly gave up one of the oldest titles in the nation to run for parliament as a commoner. He is expected to win November 7, special election and then he will direct his new government in person from the House of Commons. "THE FOOLISH AND THE DEAD ALONE, NEVER CHANGE THEIR OPINION." -Lowe11::::::::::::::::::



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WIND'/ABD ISLANDS' OPINION SaTURD/iY OCT. 26, 1963 ST. MAABT3J FESTIVAL GROUP 1 %  *' '• %  %  This year a group of young pwople have organized a committee under the name: "St. .Maarten Festival Group". This group under the leadership of Mr. Arnold Scott (President) has joined the Official Committee to make this "St. Martin's Day" a memorable one. Representatives of the "St. Maarten Festival Group Are: PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Beaujon Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Wathey Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Conner Mr. and.Mrs. H.M. Peters Mr. and Mrs. Spus Prefect Mr. and Mrs. H. Petit Mr. and Mrs. F. Choisy ACTIVITIES OF THE "ST. ILnBTEN FESTIVAL GROUP" FRIDAY, Nov. 8. 1963 19.00 hours: Steelband Competition followed by Calypso Tent at "Festival Village" Cul-de-Sac. Mr. A. Scott President Mr. A. Milton Vice-President Mr. K. Wilson Secretary Mr. J. Lynch Treasurer Mr. H. Scott Member Mr. F. Samson n Mr. C. Griffith it Mrs M Richardson ii 16.30 hours .21.00 hours; 24.00 hours: 16:30 hours: 13.00 hours 17.00 hours; SATURDAY. NOV. 9, .'963 Re-opening of "St. Maarten Festival Village" Culde-Sac. Costume dance at St. John's Ranch Official announcement of Festival Queen 1963 SUNDAY. Ncv. 10. 1963 Re-opening of "Gt. Maarten Festival Village" Culde-Sac MONDAY. Nov. 11, 1963 Parade starting at Fort William through the Frontt ree *> Backstreet and ending at "Festival Village" Cul-de4Sac. Final judging of the various g roups, floats, etc. Press Release upon his return from the meeting, told our reporter, that even though the Delegation had not visited the Windward Islands, its members were well informed about the heeds of the islands. He said that the Delegation had received a briefing on the Islands before leaving Holland from His Execellency Minister Lampe, Minister Plenipotentiary of the Netherlands Antilles in Holland, and that he (Claude) had made sure to give them any information which might have been omitted by Minister Lampe. He explained that the main projects discussed for the Windward Islands were, a water



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T WIND' ARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY OCT. 26, 1963 THE WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION Is published every Saturday It was established by J.H. Lake,Sr* on July 1, %  1959 as a means of helping to improve the social, economic, educational and political conditions of the Windward Islands by advocating against the cause of injustice and oppression. EDITOR DUTCH SECTION : J.H. Lake.Sr. P.O. Box 22, Philipsburg, St. Maarten, N.A. EDITOR FRANCE SECTION: Mrs. B. Morales, Marigot, St. Martin, F.W.I. Printers: The People's Printery Tamarindesteeg No. 8 Philipsburg. leave Philipsburg harbour at 6 p.m. the same day. SURF EXTRA MILD TO YOUR HiNDS We welcome the Gripsholm to St. Maarten, and appeal to all to do their bit in making the stay of those aboard as enjoyable as possible. EVTNRUDE means SERVICE EDITORIALS LiORS CLASS ROOMS N -SIDED During the past 6 weeks two undesirable incidents occurred at the St. Joseph School in Philipsburg. In both cases it was a matter of a teacher kicking a student and in both cases the matter was reported to the School Authorities who strongly reprimanded the teachers concerned and gave the assurance that there would be no recurrence of the undesirable incidents. The teachers in question were very wrong to kick the students (in both cases the student was a boy) and we are not trying to make any excuse for this kind of action which should never have happened. Me feel however that the Community should know of the condition which exist at the school; ancL-which in our opinion r might have'been' in a way partly responsible for the teachers' actions. Most of the classrooms of all the schools here are overcrowded because of the lack of enough classrooms to accommodate our rapidly growing school population. In some cases there are as many as 52 children in one classroom. Sometimes about half of the students in a class (from the 5 grade upward) are not suited for the caass. These-children because of the lack of a Tradeschool for boys and a Domestic school for girls are forced against their will and ab'.lity to follow a course of education for which they are not suited, and so they are unhappy. ,The teachers because of this are faced with the problem of seeing children who can learn kept back by others who cannot learn. As human beings they sometimes (us a result of the. above) fe?l themselves frustrated, and because of this frustration sometimes act in an undesirable manner. The Adninjstration spends large sums of money for education each year (1962 fls., 29c.43S and 1963 fIs.435.895) It is our opinion however that: (1) Ffforts shculd be mp.de to do something about tfce overcrowded classrooms by having new schools built as soon as possible, (2) Efforts should be made to build a Trade-school .for boys and a Bomesticschool for girls. This would give the youth-of this community a choice be-v tween,the MULO and the Trade or Domestic school.



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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATUDAY OCT. 26, 1963 Local Station Manager of Caribair, John Cooper, Head of the local U.S. Weather Bureau, Vincent Labega, Head of the Public Works D e pt., Alexis Arnell, Secretary of the Lt. Governor, Miss Grace Nesbeth, Post Master, Joseph O'Connor, Head of the Juliana Airport, Radio Station, E. Ferrier and Mrs. Ferrier, Mayor of Police ond Mrs. G. van der Wal. §§§*§§§&§$§§§§§§§§§§#§ RALPH HIGGS VISITED ISL.ND Mr. Ralph Higgs, Chief of the U.S. Weather Bureau at San Juan, Puerto Rico, visited the island earlier this week. He was accompanied by Mr. Mac Birney, Assistant Chief of the technical division of the National Hurricane Research Project at Washington, D.C. LIBBY'S Milk, rood & save the label Mr. Higgs was here on the invitation of the Island Government to discuss the transfer of the U.S. Weather Bureau, here from its present location to the new terminal building. During the discussion it was explained that this island serves as a buffer station for the San Juan station, and that there are strong possibilities, that a radar station for the purpose of tracking hurricanes may soon be installed here. He said that he was so impressed by what he had seen from the air, that he always promised himself to visit the islands as soon as he could. Both himself and his charming wife the former Miss Came Kearns of Dublin, Irland, said that they found the island very beautiful and its people very friendly and kind, \ -Mr. Constant Gurabs and his gracious wife "Miss Jessie" arrived here recently from Aruba. Mr. Gurabs ho worked in a supervisory capacity at Lago {Garage & Transportation Dept.) for many years and who is known in Aruba as a motor mechanic of high rating is home to stay. Mr. Gumbs is the brother of Mr. Philip Bryan of "Central Stores & Garage'.', at Philipsburg and Marigot. The Gumbs' are spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bryan at Upper Prince's Quarter before settling down. -Mr. Sylvain Gumbs arrived here recently from Aruba. Mr. Gumbs who waa an employee of Lago Police Dept. at Aruba, is now home to stay. We welcome Mr. Gumbs and his family in our midst. for sound & style NCEDM/'NDE Mr. Higgs left on Wednesday by Pan Am for Haiti to check and make a report on the damage caused by hurricane Flora. Mr. Mao Birney will spend two weeks on the island. SOCIAL C03KSE COMING & GOIN C Mr. Edncnd Prestas a project engineer of the National Coal Association of Virginia, recently s a e nt part of his honeymoon trip at the Little Eay Hotel. Mr, Prestas who was a pilot during the last World War, told our reporter, that he had made many reconnaissance flights over the islands, during the war, when he was stationed at the U;S. Naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba • :. -Mrs. Edith the U.S.A. la Brown who res only daughter son of Middle During her be the guest We welcome her a most pi island. Brown arrived here from st week Monday. Mrs. ides at New Jersey is the of Mrs. Adlaide RichardRegion, stay here Mrs. Brown'will of her mother, her in our midst and wish easant vacation on the -Cn Tuesday last Mr. Adolphus "Dolphie" fiassell returned, to his native island, Saba. Mr. Hassell wl:o had spent some time at the St. Rose Hospital at Philipsburg where he was operated on by Dr. Levendag, was mucia improved. At the Juliana airport just before boarding his plane, he told our reporter that he wt.fi most grateful to .:* Dr. Livendag and the entire staff of the St. Rose Hospital for the good care ol^y had takcm of him during hie illness, Mrs. Ann Patrick of St. Eustatius gave birth to twiri3 at the St. Rose (See "Coming & going" on page 6)



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W"""? WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION 6 SATURDAY OCT. 26. 1963 COMING & GOING (Continued frcra page 4) Hospital to have her babies by the Doctor at Siatia. On Tuesday last Mrs. Patrick accompanied by her twc newly brrh sons, Louis and Fernando, left for St. Eustatius by the Windward Islands Airways. BLUE WEDDING A crowd was it the Methodist Church in Philipsburg on Thursday afternoon to witness the marriage of Mr. Cedrick Oniel Richardson and Miss Eulalio Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Rose Gerot of Cul-deSac. The lovely bride who was given in marriage by Mr. Godiried Richardson was dressed in a beautiful blue bridal outfit. Miss Lucy Snith was thenaid of honour and Miss Irma Abdul Hanid was the bridesmaid. Bestaan fcr the occasion was Mr. Gerald Peterson. A reception was held at the hone of the bride's mother and all present Lad an enjoyable time. We congratulate the young couple and wish them much luck and happiness as man and wife. MISS RiMONA ILLI})G:; IS R.CK On Friday last Miss IJamona Illidge returned from "iolJr.nd via Curacao, by K.L.M. after successfully completing a course in G e ner.il Nursing and Midwife's assistant. Miss Illidge vho has developed into a charming young lady over the years, first graduated from the Oranjeschool (ULO) here aid then v?ont to Aruba whore she graduated, from the Abraham de Veer school (MULOy at San Nicolas. In 1?C9 she left Aruba for Holland and on Sept. 25, 1063, she graduated wi. honours at che "Ema Kliniek" in The Hague, Hoi uind. Miss Illidge told our reporter that she enjoyed h r years in Holland, tut she is verv harpy to be homo again. She said that she lad no immediate plans for a joL, but would be pleased if she was givon t job here. If however, she could n-..t gjt a job here, she would seek employcent c i t her in Aruba or Curacao, after spending some time with her mother other relatives and friends here. She is the daughter of the late Mr. Leopold Illidge and Mrs. Anna Illidge of Philipsburg and the sister of Mrs. Jules Carty, SIGNAL toothpaste does 2 jobs also of Philipsburg. The Windward Islands' Opinion congratulates Miss Illidge as well as her mother, and wishes ker a pleasant stay here. MINISTERS OF COMMON MARKET VISIT CURACAO A group of Ministers of the European Comr.on Markot visited Curacao earlier this week. The groi.p which is making a study of the Caribbean, consisted of: Mr. Robert Margulies. President of the Delegation (West Germany), Mr. Sijbrandus Auke Posthv-nus, Vice-Pre8ident, (Holland), Mr. Gustave Alric (France), Mr. Hienrick Aiger (West Germany), Mr. Louis Briot (Franco), Enrico Carboni (Italy), Mr. Rene Char : >entier (France), Karl Hahn (West Germany) and Mr. Ludwig Metzger (West Germany). A s ecial meeting of the Staten (Legislative Council) was held at Willemstad, Curacao, en Monday at 11 a.m. and during this meeting the President of the Staten, Mr. Bikker, addressed the Delegation in French After welcoming the group he requested speedy approval of tk£ various plans for the Netherlands Antilles Mr. Robert Margulies, President of the Delegation replied in German. Ris speech in which he said that he was favourably impressed with what he had seen and informed the Staten members that a group of technicians from the Common Market will visit Curacao. early next month for the purpose of istudy-j ing the various aspects of the many projects was immediately translated into Dutch by a secretary of the Delegation. At a reception which was held after the meeting, the members of the Staten, were given an opportunity to get better acquainted with the members of the Delegation as well as to discuss the projects for their particular constituency. DANCOW: 1 Lbs makes 3 ltr of Milk Representative of the Windward Islands in th(: Staten, the Hon. Claude Wath^



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^ WINDWARD ISLANDS' 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 Jacobsen and his successors J.C. Jacobsen and Carl Jaoobsen. A constant-pioneer and leader in the field of producing better beer and brewing methods; sinoe 1811, Carlsbery is now known as one of the leading pilsner beers in Europe and the world. Friends, be a judge of your own taste, 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, Backstreet 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 BLiCK PAINT for chasis and under fender SAPOLIN VARNISHES quiok drying LIGHT OAK and SPAR VARNISH LATEX PAINTS for your walls in 16 beautiful shades For further information contact the man "LILDAN" i This man worked at the large factory where these products are manufactured specially for the tropic for 9 years Time payments arranged if necessary. Sb. J 0 II H RANCH OPEN FOR DANCE BOOKINGS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Contact: "LILDAN"



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WINDY/ABO ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY OCT. 26, 1963 It should be remembered that many children who may find it difficult if not impossible to complete fiULO eould / become outstanding tradaeaca if given a chance. GIVE JACK HIS JACKET According to plans, the pier at Point Blanche is scheduled to be ecnpl?ted about March 1934. As usual this pier will be given a name; maybe so"ae persons in Authority have already chosen a nai^e or busy looking for one for it. V.'e have also been thinking-about this e id believe that we have found a sritabis ncr-e for this pier. It is our opinion that in the first place it should be nancd after a Windward Islander; with this in raind we have chosen a name which we feel will be most appropriate. It is the nataa of a young Windward Islander who in our opinion (ar.d we feel that friend and foe will agree-) has done nore than any other Windward l3larder in making a deepwater pier at Point Blanche become a reality. 43 beans in every cup NESCAFE There are those who n„y argue the.-' the pier should not "ot ntuned after a living person We hovevor io not agree with this "school of iltoughi", occause, it is our opinion thaj if one lias done worthwhile work. They iiiculd be told that their work it, apj :reciat#d while they still live. In o ;'u:r words; •:hy wait until one is deed to ;:snd flewers to his (her) funeral • fce feel that this should be done while le (she) is still alive. So that he (s*.) nay have a chance to smell and irjoy rhe beauty oi the flowers. like a whisosper EVIKRU Because of the ab<-e we tell-r/e Saat we are expressing t. u deal re <.:: the majority of this Cof.nur.iiy when we say that the pier at Pci it Blanch? should be called after the Bepcsceaxa ..ve of the Windward Island..! in the Stolen (legislative Council), th? 3m, A. Claude Wathey. We therefore auggaat -that the ;iicr at Point Blanche be called: CLAUD PIE P." LOCAL GROUP STUDY FACILITIES AT SAN JU/.N I NTyPd^TI.VNAL AIRPORT Last week Friday a group of 30 persons, (Government officials, airline representatives, etc.) from here spent Chours at the San Juan International Airport, at Puerto Rico studying the facilities and the lay-out of this modern terminal building. The trip was sponsored by the Island Government in order to allow the group "to make an on the spot study of the lay-out, facilities and accommodations at thit modern and up-to-date terminal buildr'ng; for the purpose of obtaining ideas whicj may be applied to the new terminal building which is now being built at the Juliana Airport. The proup which was under the leadership of Lt. Governor J.J. Beaujon and Mr. Clea Labcga, Head of the Tourist Bureau, left the Juliana Airport by a chartered DC-3, Caribair plane at 3;30 a.m. and arrived at San Juan at S.;45 a.m. After clearing Immigration and Custocs, the group was welcomed by Mrs. J. Burzio of Caribair. The group then toured the terminal building under the direction of the gracious Mrs. Burzio, who did a most commendable job as a tour-leader. At the ent' of the tour the group was invited by an official of Pan American Airrsys to the "Pan Am Clipper Club" where delicious fruit-punch and other refreshments were served At 12:30 the group enjoyed lunch at Bird's restaurant, given by Caribair. Mr, Antonio Eosario Pifiero, Operations Superintendent, of Ports Authority at the airport, willingly and in an able manner supplied the group with important and valuable information. After lunch the group was free until check-in tine (3:30 p.m.) At 4;00 p„m c the plane was boarded and the group arrived at the Juliana Airport at Z:3J ? e n,, Anon,:-; those who made the trip were: Lt. Governor, J.J. Eeaujon, Head of the Tourist Bureau, Clem Labega and Mrs. Labega, Deputy and Mrs. J. Conner, BLUE RJO) HOLLAND'S BiiST Deputy M. Peters, Islondcouncil member L.3, Scott, Ir_nigration Officer and Mrs.. Etier.ne Meyers, K.L.M, representative, N,C. Wathey, L.I.A.T, representative, E. "Milo" Tackling, -



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