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JO N F ITZ.G.E RA L.D E, g NNE D.Y MAN 0.
p W b.fmhe youngest man e4tr Wiect4 PrestM 4a
U 4ld States .f AMerie. Jawn the, presidency ia 1960 after a
of levi debates 4Ith4 v bs 9ppaent Vice-President BRiherd
ea the 3Vth. 3 PNsit of the -atid States The first kan
a at csuatorny ever to nill t on1 hig hest office.
I ', a b.e iay 29, 1917 in Bokline, Ma ., the second cm
Jb 'DP*dW ,r qa$wr4 di
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OPINIONN 2 .
STHE WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION
Is published every Saturday It was
established by J.H. Lake.Sr. o July 1,
1959 as a means of helping to'iuprove
the social, economic, educational and
political conditions of the Winaward
Islands by advocating against the cause
of injustice and oppression.
BDTTOR DUTCH SECTION:
P.O. Box 22
St. Maarten, N.A.
PDITOB BENCH SECTION:
Mrs. B. Morales,
Printers: The People's Printery
Tamarindesteeg' iN 8
oooloo a o@ooeoo oooe
. jred back, spent five hours towing one
- of the disabled crewmen'to shore. *br
4. l heroism and leadership, he won the
*rvy and Marine Corpse edal. Kennedy
`IX his political career has also proven
1,,Imelf to be a man of courage ... The
Sfim stand which he took during the
Lc ia crisis in October 1962, demonstra-
a part of the courage for which he
I"194I ht 29 he ran for the House of
Hi^e an was lecte ed to try
j.. *n 1.j
for the Sanate. And eve~ though he
was faced with the difficult tank of
having to oust the Bepublican, Hmry
Cabot Lodge Jr., who held the teat,
he did not flinch. Again the young
politician succeededand in the years
that followed, young, JOHN FITZGEULD
KENNEDY developed into a competent
Senator, which paved the way for his
election as President in 1960.
Kennedy got great national recogni-
tion during the 1956 Democratic Con-
vention, when the presidential nomina-
tion was won by the former Governor
of Illinois, Adlai Stevenson. At that
time he almost won the nomination of
Democratic candidate for the vice-
presidency. In a neck-and-neck race
he was finally defeated by the late
Senator Kefaiver, who at that time was
very popular because of his fight a-
gainst the underworld in the United
States. Kennedy however was not dis-
couraged, and while the election battle
of 1956 was still in full sway, he,
with the full support of his family,
known as the "Kennedy clan" in Ameri-
ca, started laying the ground work for
th6-battle-for the presidency in 1960.
Joseph Patrick Kennedy, (now 74)
dreamed of a political career for.his
eldest son Joe, but Joseph Jr. died
in the war and to defend tLe family
honour, Jack had to become a politi-
Like his father before him, John F.
Kennedy studied at Harvard He com-
pleted his social-economic and histor-
ical studies in 3 1/2 years and gra-
duated cum laude, in 1940. He intend-
ed to become a writer or a journalist,
but after the diath of his eldest bro-
ther, he was forced to become a poli-
tician ... In this he had the whole
hearted backing of the'entire "clan":
Mother Rose, sisters, BIniqe, Patricia
and Jean, brothers, Teddy and .obby
(the latter now Attorney General of
the U.S.), beother-in-laws, eister-
in-laws, cousins and later JacquelMne
Boudier, Jack's 'harming and talented
wife, all put their shoulders to the
wheel" in helping Jack to the top; 4n
addition Joe Sr., multi-millionaire,
supplied the necessary dollars 'idW
InilO9 when John Kennedy was elect-
ed President of the United 8'te h
had already been in politics for
atoe.a* -g ^ v" o Vh- a
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4i'1 in the e.juaity and dignity of man
Sa ue. ability, for taking pro-
l~iem in a Cast a4l effeetis uaanner.
arB as m ater in the art o political
debates an- organisiag,.. Ev'. before
he took the'oath as Head of tb most
Powerful nation in the worldie .organ-
iaed a nation wide battlee" to'sellect
the most qualified condilates (without
consideration of political coatittion,
religion or color) to serve as his ad-
visers. Because of this he wa .'surround-
ed at the very beginning of his term by
a group of men who could be considered
ai the best available brains of the na-
tion. He had never even heardcLf some of
these men before. In his choice for
State, he by- I
passed such pro-
Of the Party
ag Adlai Steven-
son and Dean MA
Ac eson for the :.1 "] T
less known, Dean
Progress" program, in an at4 e '.
strengthen the economy of il
What effect his death will'.-:l W
the world, is still difficit to
cast. It is however certain, that
his passing, the world has 14t6 a
of great courage, a man who
in the equality and dignity if
the Iatherhood of God and .tihe
hood of man, a man who to use bi,'e
words "did not ask what his mcoaewa
could do for him, but who -instadl M
ed to know what he could do S hiL l
country", a man who was the gpeatmst
champion of the equality and dlgi ty
of man the world has ever ~a.kn ,
He wm not "
only thb t
of the Umit.4
opini a).w B t .,
)ING CCPANY ofSh
-.of hi of his o an4
s" g a. Mainstreet Phiblp burg
roughta new -General merchandise-
pirit in Amer-
can politics; Grooeries Household arti-
a foreign poll
on as well as
s domestic o Byoioles Hardwar
iie t.cHe cs'aetios Suitoases -
aced the Com-.i
i st threat Ladies, Gents & children
d was not a-wea
raid to risk wea
fa .u lear war
fe a nulewa a COLD STORAGE :AND FRSE VEGETABLES
n it was a
estion of de-
ending the prin p -,J.P. CCNER
Iples of the JP C E
nth PFree --
rid. This was ,.
strated in the Berlin as ll as in by an assassin's bull
SCuban crisis. On the national level principles for which I
stood firmly against the South- he so courageously de:
States in their attempt toaaintain ciples for whieh he li
eial discrimination, and whenaecessary life, CAN NEVK& DIE.
wew used the "strong arm" the The Windward Island
i n the case of Jnaes *redith at -othr publication media
i .irsity of Miiss ipspi)'to uphold e .gst rmgat ove* tj
M Is4.0i4 t;& 04 6ubte States le a figure in so
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the und .plm
leader of *."..
Free woMt' -Mon
was a loa1g i
band and a
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more; h. hbas
people of the
Free world and
the Nati ewl
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Drain motor oil, i 4csessary. ,
Grease all tie efnds. ..:
Check and grease b1. universal joint
Check differential and transmittfio
Grease upper and lower suspension m s
Replace oil filter element if necessary
Check steering gear housing. Refill if necessaryU
Check all shock sbeorber '
Refill engine crankcase with recommended oil
Befill all generator and starter cups
Check fan belt, Tention. Tighten if necessary
Check' electrolite in battery. Add water if necessary
Check and report aq defective radiator hose
Service wet type air cleaner
Clean air cleaner with low air pressure (dry type air cleaner) ,
Check radiator and pressure cap.
Check signal and directional lights
Cheek and report blwn sealed,beams. Stop and tail light
Chek horn '
Cheok automatic transmission fluid
CheDk windshield-arms and wipers
Cheek and air all tires to reconuended pressure
Wash car body twice weekly
Wash under car and car body, polish once monthly
Is WILL BUPOt ALL DEFECTIVE PAREU
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Equipment from every
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GLASS INSU iNCE
HOSPITiLIZZTICON INSUB NCE
MEDICAL EXPENSES INSURANCE
PENSION PLAN INSURANCE
(For GroUp & Individuals)
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: SPORTS :
, -Dhe "o some misunderstanding the
final gane of the 1963 Island Base-
ball'Series has not yet been played
and according to the Way things t.a m
now it appears as though this gate
nay never! be played."'
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A'se 4psrrasce of 'heroio. deeds.
Tales of a 1tiyside Inn
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xhe "ANTILIL" dropped anchor
in PbUipsburg harbour early
Monday morning It brought
110 tons of general carg6 and
*2he following, passengers
from Crampo for St. Maarten:
Benoit C. Augusty, Gloria V.
Guy, Winston E. Arrindell and
Regina P. de Palm.
From Aruba for St. Maarten:
Oniel.Brooks, Clemencia A.
Webster, Pauline Brookson and
from Curagao for Saba:
Kenneth N. Marten.
Freo Curagao for St. Eustatius:
Bernard i. Heillegger, Uisula
A. Brown, Brend I. Brown, Louis
H. Brown, Vernon E. Brown, Glori
W. Brown and Curily.R, Bro.n.
-7 passengers from Curacao for
St. Eitts and 10 passengers from
Aruba for St. Kitts.
The Antilia will leave for
Caosp nMd Amrab via, Saba,
St. lbtauties Bmaire on
Sunday December 1, at 3 a..:
MBNTOR: is expected to
from Europe on
MEMION: is expected to
from Europe on Dec. 11
ISIS: is exeeted to arrive fx
Europe on Dec. 23
SVESSEL "L": is expected to ar-
rite from Europe
Jan. 3, 1964.
ICE'FLOWr : is expected from
New Yark via Miami
on Dee. 6.
ICE PEiL; is expect 4da Ne
York CtoP, on
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The "Braves" bellotte team of Phili``tB
under the leadership of San Hazel at Ci~
Labega. L-s suffered two defeats at t*e
hands of the Beauperthuy Brothers (D ,
and Ferdinand) & C. '
The "Braves" were first defeated at
Grand Case on Octuber 27, the next SitA
Novl 3, they were again defeated at 4A' !
Coconut rouve. '
It was the first tine in a Very l '' '
tioe that the "Braves" had been deA.t M .;
'twice on a row by the same group of ti~f
POO TBAAL L:
On St., Maarten's Day, Nov. 11, fooltl.
fans witnessed a very exciting and kbyloy .y
contested gane of football between t ;
"Eleven Brothers" of Philipsburg an ..
"Speed" of Marigot at the sport-fler~i e. -4,
The two teams were competing for
Governor's Cup" a 'cup" donated by;
or, J.J. Beaujon The game ended ixk,
The twp teams will clash-again opg
December 1, at the sport-field at
where they will again compete for ti
Governor's Cup". .
It should be. an exciting game of
anC all football fans should sioke i
w I The lahaabitahts of Phil
ound area b-#aw zce*M
* 6th, class of the St. JosepB- -
9',qe" to-4ay (Sat. Nov. 30)i'i
. *10:30 aota.
-The bard working President of
Baseball Coaittee, Mr. J. "Chic "
resigned from the Comittee and Ik
Bryan, former Public relations
the Comittee was elected Presidei .
Paul Peterson, Station a4agser "J g
asked to join the gomaittee and a vc'ki .
-The Baseball Committee under the .m 0
leadership is busy working on plans 4 .
purchase stnads (seating accomzaodai4ka) '
to erect a backstop and to purchase a
"Group Accident Insurance" policy ftu :*1i
players who will take part in the IO
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AT A "T
BISbON'S COLD STOBAGE
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40 or 50 persons ranging froa .O0 to 50
years of age were out on the pier trying
-their hand at fishing Some of.the
fishers were able to take home. aoe fine
jadcs which they caught.
S-Efforts are now being made to organize
a Sport-Union which will promote and en-
S oerage all branches of sports on the is-
gjpgI AA M STORY BUILDING ON ISLAND
t e first three stroy buildWng ever to
Sbe erected on the island will aoon be
i eqleted. This building is located on
i the s ontatreet in Philipsburg'and the
eoer is Mr, Pierre L. lodge a-liatice of
W .n Case, French St. Martin,; who has
i*e~~uDiy returned home after completing
25 years of service with the 1ago Oil &
P _sport Co. Ltd. at Arba.
Mr,. Hodge started at the bottom of the
iS r (Process Helper "C") at (ago and
A hiig 25 years he was able to work his
Strthe top when he retired', earlier
War. he was a Dock Foreona (lleceiv-
AtN & SMping)
~ g odge' whmo is better know among his
Sas Ienno" told our reporter: "It
wM.p,25 years to earn this orney with
Ir a: .building this house,; d be-
Vsbr; I an very happy to b. able to
e'.e on the Dutch part ok the is-
eeeiase after-all, I made this
A:. a htcb country and 4wae is even
all my children, with thb Ixception
t t one were born in Aruba and
a able to bring then up from
I bave 'm de there, for this I
"m.; ,l b.tilding wiich has a floor
atd -Wffeet x 24-feot started
a: d UMr. Bodge ir ho is
Si i cbhape *of the
Iqi 1 :4i
ness plae, ihe .rifllll;-'-flB tl^
floor (seh 1...
and remted .to
.third flo V1wil.1 u .tle i
Mr. and Iam. Ho*gR aad t i"i
The opinion con-ote4atee Mr.
of his accoiplisheint aid wisBbhWta
self and his wife raiy bappy and teM
ful years of retirement.
SP.SCH AT TCE T MONtIkMT BY T&. SOUS
PRaFECT OF ST. LAetIN, lB S.
THIIOUX ON NW. 11. 19 .
It is the custom each year to gatUer
around the Monument of Friendship and
give a general view of what has been
done during that year, and the per.
spectives of the year to cone.
My it be permitted for me to break
this tradition, not to speak either of
budget or noney or cubic meters of
concrete nor of kilometers of electric
wire or telephone lines.
No, on this day ,a .t St Wrtitn 1a,
I do not want to present you a wBjr-
ial balance. When we put up a cab-
struction, when ue lay out a road, when
we throw a line, we do not add zterial
to material, metal to ,etal,. w only
wish to give a shelter to h*Ask
to join a citizen to .thje R"i.e p(ir
of other citizens. To bring-happiqC ps
to family circles.
All our projects, all our realisa-
tions are made for and by man, and for
the St. Martiner, The ancestor of 1648
had already learned the lesson of soli-
darity. This ancestor, our ancestor,
realized the union of two people en
his territory, whatever their nature
night have been, their belongi p or
In the year, of grace 1948 sinouq .
courage did not exist,, whilee at Waet-
phalta the Barope of the aonarobhie
merely stamered an intermtioOpal. ala
guage, and were closing th"r
Vith regret to the aidd `1i 7 .
Uti"s 4 to R count .o,
..I' I,,;-a ;r-
Mal:ry. "a "t. l
r 4 nthe o*rtro tatboo:, 4
horror of parelsses acco-
4 Uiek s sa e..t. a Gd it'-
.. ,e. aelf fiw t~re re latibn of
(C 8lehatitayshe rbBHE lg ea l r ers,
(^pabra tbes candtgatta s, tee
the sieas, and bring te p to a cam.
,~e ojel. Look, audeg~I SMartin is'
.fqety bawrs avay f tr N oMEW and soon
$i44411 bte We, retI St.
leitin is nine hours ansy fr&f Paris,
anl soon it will be dight hoare.....
look suddenly America and Brope are
at our doors, and the first' one buys
part-of the island, the second one is
preparing to do the sare,
-Are we conscious of these facts, if
"ye, does' one have to retreat in :front
of these pejpide like the worker of the
'titer Pa)., ho destroyed his machine?
i6es ope, have to give up himself as aa
hbb l dse4aigbie t 1' reject reject
all of this! Bie- braql reaction is the
denial of tsi i g would. like to
defttby %'ie eectri lbs b asnd return to
the candle, throw the gasbottle in the
sha and blow again in' the fire-place. In
fpent of progress our reaction must be-
v*tilane. We have 'to get up out df our
ro*ngebhairs and look at "oir doors
finding again the ardour of our fathers
to exploit the island penetrating the
roads and chasing away the haruful who
may it be. We have to make ourselves the
laborers of this progress and promote
it in order to rexrs naater. waI pas-
sie we become active; Pra being in
, debtne become a bttits froan being dis-
convr people we be'i ea plorers. All
St. fl04r apr posse, # virtues so
, why aot e-bit tfi aioges solicts
the pde, the o B te rtigilance
s8*ls fote your. ans~ r to remain
WFt bt and al t6. ,,
t amvaMd i i. up to
go inta efteet on
blytanag of our 1;i
b _- i" W -. ,.,'O"'W
interest a t those
ia an''iconit of t
For qpIte soue
MayJr Sik b 'en
ref gious, alt areal in
material wa broadcastt,
tu his prograns.as ost
not only here on this; S
on uany of the s
This is evidence byt
iek he. receives a: ]
from listeners "'nl a
other islands. he hep
trapt .for .hroadot rQadt
tpbed parograzas to
fster nearly .19 aafp,
int from tthe studies
Ise rdan I o tnftr
*, that'in order to ake
self-supporting I. I ha
some changes in the
ed4 to. be insufficient S
seeq. fian a economical pg
to lease the station d ,ur4
tir hoArs I r =U it.
coctercial roadcast t
the, hcurs of 5 p.n. to 16
fin pci4al protao s a t U
the opekatie ti, I
left. to my d Aesi fa
ton e the leaseur rxea
nisilon or to
oper atr -. ) h
favo fe the,
financ ~ial prces ftl9
i drnoet know lots depend on the working out of the details and also on the ne% s-
sar- government licenses I. can say however, that th group who plan to join- me
will arrive here in December for discussions. At this time I will not venture to
eay how powerful the station will be but you can be assured that it will be ftar
nrepowerful than PJD2.
In the past Rev. Mayer hr.s besides running his own programs contributed greatly
to the public interest. 'e cap all recall the detailed coverage he gave to the elec-
tion returns his informative reports on the weather during the hurricane season as
Swell as the fine job he is doing by keeping us posted on the latest world news.
Speaking about news I must mention that just last week I received a letter ,fro
A' psociated Press one of America's outstanding news agencies informing me that
tey understood that PJD2 would soon be operated on the basis of a non-profit stat-
i~on and that consequently their news service wouli become available at a very noni-
nal charge; This means that FJD2 could have-a 24 hours hook-up directly with New'
York for the latest in news.
In conclusion I want to ask all our listeners and sponsors to continue their Uup-
port tc PJD2. The ownership of the station will remain in.my hands or rather in the
hands of TH VOICE OF SIrT uiRTiNLT N.V. and the management and operation will be
entr-sted to Rev. Mayer.
:: Thank you.
i A aM STORE OPPNS BPIJNCH I HiE
A 'ce Stores of Aruba have recently opened a branch here. The branch here is call-
Sed "Ace Trading" and is located on the Frontstrect 138, in Philipsburg, on the
First floor, of the first and only three-story building on the island. Acne Trading
Sis owned by Mr. Jose Trappenberg of San Nicblas, Aruba and .is managed by.Mr. Pierre
SManLno Bodge, a former Lagoite, who returned to St. Maarten on May 18, 1963, after
cap6eting 25-years service witL Lago.
The new store is divided into two sections one section stocks cold estrage
frozenn meats, chickens, porkchop, etc.,) anc groceries, the other sectibi stocks
S.general household articles, electrical appliances etc.,,
SAlf prices at "Acne Trading" are competitive and one can find a wide variety to
The Opinion congratulates the owner as well as the uap~ger and wishes them both
COJMMiJ iUiKZ A:i XIC.TS VISIT ISLAND.
On Fwiay Nov. 28, two experts frou the Zechnical Dept. of the European Cormon-
Itrket arrived here by K.L.M. The experts were accompanied by Lt. Governor J.J.
on iwho had been in Czragao on official business since Nov. 15, Mr. G.v,d.
t.of the Curacao Welfare Bureau and Mr. /V. Pin, Accountant of the Velfare
t Cocaon Mlbrket experts, lir. H. Overzee and Mr. M. Bijkerk will leave here on
y morning by Windward Islands i~rways for Puerto Rico and will leave Puerto
Aruba by Trans Caribbean.
.ile here they will hold talks with the Authorities on the Dutch and the French
Sof the island, in connection with projects #or the island which will be.
by. the'Com-on Market.
an,.ife list for discussion on the Dutch Part of the island are a water distnl-
,oer"$. Maurten and the construction of new schools on Saba, St. luatatius'ao
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DO YOU wNT TO SEE sORSERAE WBTLITNG BOXING DWCING LI
SHOWS AND TW1 OR THREE PICTURES 4 DLY IN YOUR HOUSE ??? SIT BAM
IN YOUR EAST CHAIR AND RiJOY ALL THIS, EVERY DAY, IITHOi1 ACTUALLY
LEAVING THE HOUSE ?????????
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WINDWARD ISLANDS', Oi INION SATURBAY NOV. 30, 1963 AGFA AKAI ASAHI BELL & HDT7ELL BO LEX BRAUN CANON CAHL ZEISS CBOWN DURST ELMO EUMIG EXAKTA FUJIYA IIASSELBLJ) KaLIMaR KODAK KOiuAFLEX L2ICA LINHOF MAMIYA MINOLTA MINOX NIKON OLYMPUS FOLAROID ' SEVERE RICOH ROLLEIFLEX SAMOCA S^iNKYO SCHNEIDER SONY WALZ WESTON WOLLENSAK YASHICA ZEISS IKON Photografic & Electronic Equipment from every Corner of the World L Q 0 SINT MAkRTEN ARUBA CURtCaO 1?* cal and huuaehold appliances, tools, building u<*t#ria}s etc.) 'ooDaofooQOOOoooooooo &f 43 beans /in etety cup ... NESCAFE Fame is /the fragrance of heroic deeds. Longfellow: Tales of a Wayside Inn -
r WTNnUiRD ISLANDS' i PINION SATURDAY NOV. 30, 1963 The blue skies and the sea at his leisure. Without applying to then his philosophy of exsistence has brough neighbouring people to him, and all of this contact has not destroyed the harmonious equilibrium.But, look, all of a sudden the wave of the 20th. century has grippedist. Martin, look now suddenly this wave^has attracted wealth, the taste of organization, the. horror of carelessness, she acconpanyed herself from the regulation of I collectivity,she removes the frontiers, she shrinks the continents, abolishes the seas, and bring the people to a common level. Look, suddenly St. Martin is four hours away from New York, and soon it will be three. Look suddenly St. Martin is nine hcurs away fron Paris, and soon it will be eight hours Look suddenly Auerica and Europe are at our doors, and the first one buys part of the island, the second one is preparing to do the sane. Are we conscious of these facts, if yes, does one have to retreat in front of these people like the worker of the former days, who destroyed his machine? Does one have to give up himself as a hater of foreigners? 9i reject reject all of this! This brutal reaction is the denial of progress. Many would like to destroy the electric bulbs and return to the candle, throw the gasbottle in the sea and blow again in the fire-place. In front of progress our reaction nust be vigilance. We have to get up out of our rockingchairs and look at our doors finding again the ardour of our fathers to exploit the island penetrating the roads and chasing away the haruful who nay it be. V/e have to nake ourselves the labourers of this progress and promote it in order to reuain master. Fron passive we becoue active. From being in debt we becoue ambitious from being discovered people we become explorers. All St. Martiners posses these virtues so why not exhibit them? Progress solicts the pride, the courage and the vigilance You have all these virtues. Right here, swear before your ancestors to remain worthy to them and you, born in the twentieth century stay worthy of then. Keep high heart St. Martiners, the' task is new and immense. It is up to you! :::::::::::: like a whisssper ... EVINRUDE BLUE BANDHOLLAND'S BEST Adrress By Mr. N.C. Vathey Over P.J. D. 2 (The Voice of St. Maarten) at 8.45 p.n. Nov. 26, 1963. Ladies and Gentlemen: Tonight I want to make a brief announcement regarding the change of operation of this station which will go into effect on Decaaber 1st. Possibly uany of our listeners have already hoard of the new arrangement but in interest of those who do not know here is an account of the planned change. For quite some time already Bev. Mayer lias been leasing the daytime hours transmission during which tine religious, cultural and educational material was broadcast. Public response tc his programs was most encouraging not only here on this island but also on tiany of the surrounding islands. This is evidenced by the fact that each week he. receives a volume of fan mail from listeners here as well as from the other islands. He has also able to attract for broadcast over this station taped programs fo internationally know orators. After nearly 19 months of broadcasting from the studies here at Fort ilnsterdau I am confronted with the reality that in order tc make the station self-supporting I would have to make some cl r.nges in the operation. It proved to be insufficiently justified seen fron an economical point of view to lease the station during the daytime hours and run it as a regular commercial broadcast station during the hcurs of 5 p.n. to 10 p.n. The financial proceeds of the nighttime transmission were inadequate to cover the operational cost involved. It was left to ny decision whether to discontinue the lease on the daytime transnission or to discontinue the night operation. My decision has gone in favour pf the former. .I know that to a great number of our listeners this will be a big disappointment for I an aware that many persons enjoyed our evening programs. I want to assure you that the discontinuation is only of tenporary nature for I have serious plans in collaboration with some professional radio people tc build a new station which will be the regtalr type of commercial station. Just hew soon this will be I
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VOLUME TIGHTLY BOUND "*" T/INMIRD ISLANDS OPINION SATHlPaY NOV. 30, 1963 THE V/INWARD ISLANDS' OPTION Is published every Saturday It was established by J.H. Lake.Sr. oh 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 FRENCH SECTION : Mrs. B. Morales, Marigot, St. Martin, F.W.I. Printers: The People's Printery Tamarindeeteeg N-2 8 Philipsburg. jured back, spent five hours towing one of the disabled crewmen to shore. For his heroism and leadership, he won the Navy and Marine Corps Medal. Kennedy in his political career has also proven himself to be a man of oourage ... The firm stand which he took during the Cuban crisis in October 1962, demonstrated a part of the courage for which be was noted. In 1946 at 29 he ran for the House of Representatives and was elected to the Congress... In 1952 he decided to try for the Sanate. And even though he was faced with the difficult task of having to oust the Republican, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., who held the seat, he did not flinch. Again the young politician succeededand in the years that followed, young, JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY developed into a competent Senator, which paved the way for his election as President in 1960. Kennedy got great national recognition during the 1956 Democratic Convention, when the presidential nomination was won by the former Governor of Illinois, Adlai Stevenson. At that time he almost won the nomination of Democratic candidate for the vicepresiiency. In a neck-and-neck race he was finally defeated by the late Senator Kefauver, who at that time was very popular because of his fight against the underworld in the United States. Kennedy however was not discouraged, and while the election battle of 1956 was still in full sway, he, with the full support of his family, known as the "Kennedy clan" in America, started laying the ground work for the!-battle ^for the presidency in 1960. Joseph Patrick Kennedy, (now 74) dreamed of a political career for.his eldest son Joe, but Joseph Jr. died in the war and to defend tLe family honour, Jack had to become a politician. Like his father before him, John P. Kennedy studied at Harvard He completed his social-economic and historical studies in 3 l/2 years and graduated cum laude in 1940. He intended to become a writer or a journalist, but after the death of his eldest brother, he was forced to become a politician ... In this he had the whole hearted backing of the entire "clan": Mother Rose, sisters, Euniqe, Patricia and Jean, brothers, Teddy and Bobby (the latter now Attorney General of the U.S.), brother-in-laws, sisterin-laws, cousins and later Jacqueline Boudier, Jack's 'charming and talented wife, all put their "shoulders to the wheel" in helping Jack to the top; in addition Joe Sr., multi-millionaire, supplied the necessary dollars when needed. In'I960 when John Kennedy was alected President of the United States he had already been in politics for fourteen years Kennedy who had a great deal of world travel was an exception-J ally courageous man, with a firm be>
ARP ISLANDS' CPINION -*T*" i'ti W&iT OUR R3ADERS CCMPLlIN ABOUT A number of our readers have complained to us about the condition in which they received the;, cargo which arrived here on the Ant ilia on r,i on day Nov. 25. Many household articles which arrived on this boat were badly damaged, but what brought the loudest protests were the many items which were damaged because of rain. <; Such items as mattresses^hair-cushions etc., were left on the wharf upprotected (not covered) and were badly damaged by rain According tc reports it was only after the rain had fallen and the caggo was already wet,that efforts were made to cover the:cargo. The complainers are. of the opinion that this was carelessness on the part of those responsible for thecargo. We checked this matter with the proper authorities and were explained that one of the main reasons for damaged car-' go is inadequate facilities % Jt was explained that the present wharfIwas built to accommodate about 40 or 50 tons of cargo and that now 100 to 2^0 tons of cargo is landed there it was'further explained that the cargo wascovered from the rain but explained the harbour authority: "No natter how well you cover cargo, if it is not in a shed and frain falls a certain part of >it will most probably get wet" He however expressed concern about the damaged cargo even though according to him little can be done to prevent it at present, due to inadequate facilities. ., % '-.< f .-. ( '.*'-.1,* .'.'.> A I *,( c ',0 U O *> >J ^ 4. <, J O O ~ -J O O J LUX sweet soap yours truly SATURDAY NOV. 30, 1963 WHAT 0PB,..RjADEaS T/ANT Ti KNOW | During the recent visit of pur Editor to Aruba a number of our readers there wanted to know when and how they would be able to purchase shares in the newly founded company "St. Maarten floods Inc." (See Windward Islands* Opinion of Oct. 19, 1963) We have discussed the matter witfc: authorities of the Comapny and are now able to inform those interested, that shares in this company will be on sale on or around lecember 15, 19635. Interested persons residing in i^-ufao. may contact the Law Firm of Mr, H.C. Willemsen & J.B. Wix, at Nassaustract No. 134, Oranjestad, in order to purchase shares (fls. 100. per share) and or obtain information. oooooo0
WINDWARD ISLANDS' = v 1-. % % % % OPINION 1 :,i SATURDAY NOV, 30, lw3 lief in the e uality and dignity of man and an unusual ability for tackling problems in a fast and effective manner. He was a master in the art of-political debates and organizing... Even before he took the oath as Head of the most powerful nation in the world,_..he organized a nation wide "battue" to'sellect the most qualified condiiates (without consideration of political conviction, religion or color) to serve as,;his advisers. Because of this be was surrounded at the very beginning of his term by a group of men who could be Considered as the best available brains of the nation. Ee had never even heard of some of these men before. In his choice for Secretary of State, he bypassed such prominent figures of the Party as Adlai Stevenson and Dean Acheson for the less known, Dean Rusk. The young residBet also brought a new pirit in American politics; is foreign poli ies as well as 8 domestic clicies... He aced the Comist threat ourageously, fend was not araid to risk he possibility >f a nuclear war rhen it was a [uestion of deending the prin-jliples of the Inites States nd the Free orId. This was _/ : emonstrated in the Berlin as well as in he Cuban crisis. On the national level ennedy stood firmly against the Southjrn States in their attempt to'maintain cial discrimination, and when .necessary even used the "strong arm" i>f the aw (as in the case of James Meredith at he diversity of Mississippi)to uphold he Constitution of the United States ch gaurantees equal rights to every itizen. In cjrder to assist his Latin American thers he launched the "Alliance For ST. MAARTEN TRADING COMPANY Mainstreet Philip sburg -General merchandiseGrooeries Household articles Bycioles Hardwar. Cq'snetios Suitoases Ladies, Gents & children wear. COLD STORAGE AND FRESH VEGETABLES TO' V I J.P. CONNER Progress" program, in an attempt to strengthen the economy of these countries. What effect his death will have on the world, is still difficult to forecast. It is however certain, that with his passing, the world has lost a man of great courage, a man who believed in the equality and dignity of man the fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of man, a man who to use his own words "did not ask what his country could do for him, but who instead wanted to know what he could do for his country", a man who was the greatest champion of the equality and dignity of man the world has ever known. He was not only the greatest president of the United States (in our opinion) but a man who because of his unquestionable courage and deep sense of human justice was the undisputed leader of the Free world He was a loving husband and a kind, devoted and gentle father. JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY is now no more; he has been snatched from the people of the Free world and the Nation he served so ably, 'from bis wife and two children, Caroline (6) and John Fitzgerald Jr. (3), from his other relatives and close friends by an assassin's bullet; but the fine principles for which he stood, and which he so courageously defended...The principles for which he laid down his very life, CAN NEVE: DIE. The Windward Islands' Opinion joins other publication media in expressing deepest regret over the d'eathv of so nable a figure in so abrupt a manner and expresses the hope that his noble soul may forever BEST IN PEACE. oflooooooOOOOoooooooo
WDJK/A3D ISLANDS' OPLNION 10 SATOJUY NOV. aO, 1963 do not know lots depend on the working out of the details and also on the necessary government licenses I can say however, that th group who plan to join me will arrive here in Deceuber for discussions. At this tixie I will not venture to say how powerful the station will be but you can be assured that it will be far morepowerful than PJD2. ". ; In the past Rev. Mayer has besides-running his own programs contributed greatly to the public interest, 'e can all recall the detailed coverage he gave to the election returns his informative reports on the weather during the hurrican season as well as the fine job he is doing by keeping us posted on the latest world news. Speaking about news I must mention that just last week I received a letter frco Associated press one of America's outstanding news agencies informing me that they understood that PJD2 would soon be operated on the basis of a non-profit station and that consequently their news service would become available at a very nominal charge; This means that PJD2 coul > have a 24 hours hook-up directly with New York for the latest in news.: In conclusion I want to ask all our listeners and sponsors to continue their support tc PJD2. The ownership of the station will remain in my hands or rather in the bands of TH3 V0IC2 CF SINT MAAHTEN N.V. and the management and operation will be % entrusted to Rev. Mayer. Thank you. OOOOGOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO ACM>J STOHE OPrJNS BRANCH IMtE Acme Stores of Aruba have recently opened a branch here. The branch here is called -Acme Trading" and is located on the Prontstrect 138, in Philipsburg, on the first floor of the first and only three-st u ry building on the island. Acme Trading is owned by Mr. Jose Trappenberg of San Nicolas, Aruba and is managed by Mr. Pierre "Manno" Lodge, a former Lagoite, who returned tc St. Maarten on May 18, 1963, after completing 25-years sevice with Lago. The new store is divided into two sections, one section stocks cold storage (frozen meats, Chickens, porkchop, etc.,) and groceries, the other section stocks general household articles, electrical appliances etc.,. All prices at "Acme Trading" are competitive and one can find a wide variety to choose from. The Opinion congratulates the owner as well as the manager and wishes them both much success. ooooooOOOOOoooooo COMMON tiiJaSx i3Q.alTS VISIT ISLAND. On Friday Nov. 28, two experts frou the Sechnical Dept. of the European Common Market arrived here by K.L.M. The experts were accompanied by Lt. Governor J.J. Beaujon who had been in Curacao on official business since Nov. 15, Mr. G.v.d. Feltz of the Curucao Welfare Bureau ant' Mr. W. Pin, Accountant of the Welfare* Bureau. The Common Market experts, Mr. H. Overzee and Mr. U. Bijkerk will leave here on Sunday morning by Windward Islands idnvays for Puerto Tdco and will leave Puerto for Aruba by Trans Caribbean. While here they will hold talks with the Authorities on the Dutch and the French Part cf the island, in conhection with projects wor the island which will be financed by the Common Market. Top on the list for discussion on the Dutch Part of the island are a water distillery for St.,Maarten and the constrution of new schools on Saba, St. iJustatius and St. Maarten. oooooooOOOOOOooooooo
WINDWARD ISLANDS' OilNION -rtSATURDAY NOV. 30. lWZ SPECIAL NOTICE ** .. LfiST BiiTE FOR XHAS TREE ORDERS DECEMBER 18 th A T !. RISDON'S COLD STORAGE #*" 5 27 2 i i 5 #% &f / % % >; 40 or 50 persons ranging from 10 to 50 years of age were out on the pier trying their hand at fishing Some of the fishers were able to take home some fine jacks which they caught. ..' % *. -Efforts are now being made to organize a Sport-Union which will promote and encourage all branches of sports on the island. FIRST THBEE STORY BUILDING ON ISLAND The first three stroy building ever to be erected on the island will soon be completed. This building is located on the Frontstreet in Philipsburgand the owner is Mr. Pierre L. Hodge a natice of Grand Case, French St. Martin, who has recently returned home after completing 25 years of service with the Lago Oil & Transport Co. Ltd. at Aruba. ... Mr. Hodge started at the bottom of the ladder (Process Helper "C") at Lago and during 25 years he was able to work his way to the top when he retired, earlier this year he was a Dock Foreiaan, (Receiving & Shipping) Mr. Hodge who is better known among his friends as "Manno" told our reporter: "It took ue 25 years to earn this money with which I am building this house, and believe me," I an very happy to be able to build here on the Dutch part of the island, because after-all, I made this money in a Dutch country and what is even more,all my children, with thfc exception of the first one were born in aruba and I have been able to bring them up from the money I have made there, for this I a most grateful." Work on the building which has a floor measurement of 36-feet z 24-feet started on July 15, 1063 and Mr. Hodge/, who is carpenter by trade, is in charge of the construction which is not only a credit to its owners, but to the island as well The ground floor will be used as a business place, the rooms"on the second floor (3-roous with private bath) will be air-conditioned, furnished and rented to vacationists the third floor will be the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hodge and their six children. The opinion congratulates Mr. Hodge of his accomplishment and wishes himself and his wife many happy and useful years of retirement. SPEECH AT THE MONUMENT BY THJ SOUS PREFECT OF ST. MARTIN, MR. S. THIRIOUX ON NOV. 11. 1963. It is the custom each year to gather around the Monument of Friendship and give a general view of what has been done during that year, and the perspectives of the year to come. My it be permitted for me to break this tradition, not to speak either of budget or money or cubic meters of concrete nor of kilometers of electric wire or telephone lines. No, on this day of St. Martin 1063, I do not want to present you a material balance. When we put up a construction, when *e ,lay out a road, when we throw a line, we do not add material to material, metal to metal, we only wish to give a shelter to the homeless to ji in a citizen to the entire group of other citizens. To bring happiness to family circles. All our projects, all our realizations are made for and by man, and for the St. Martiner, fhe ancestor of 1648 had already learned the lesson of solidarity. This ancestor, our ancestor, realized the union oi two people on his territory, whatever their nature might have been, their belongings or their beliefs. In the year of grace 1948 simple courage did not exist, while at Westphalta the Europe of the monarchies merely stammered an international language, and were closing their doors only with regret to the middleages. St. Martin is thus a country of liberty and friendship, an example of common interest unique in the Caribbean, '/hat a beauful example! The St. Martiner live h ppily, inhabitants of a beauful island, in a privileged climate, he bad found in commerce the things and the animals which gave him an easy source of profit, he breathe* freely between
"^ WBtPWABD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY NOV. 80. 1963 SKIPPING The "ANTILIA" dropped anchor in Philipsburg harbour earlyMonday morning It brought 110 tons of general cargo and sail. The following passengers from Cwracao for St. Maarten: Benoit C. Augusty, Gloria V. Guy, V/inston E. Arrindell and Regina P. de Palm. From Aruba for St. Maarten: Oniel .Brooks, Clemencia A. Webster, Pauline Brockson and Joseph W. Brooks. From Curacao for Saba: Kenneth N. Marten. From Curacao for St. Eustatius: Bernard A Heillegger, Ursula A. Brown, Breed I. Brown, Louis M. Brown, Vernon E. Brown, Gloria| W. Brown and Curily R. Bro .'n. -7 passengers from Curacao for St. Eitts and 10 passengers from Aruba for St. Xitts. The Antilia will leave for Curasao and Aruba via, Saba, St. Bastetins and Bonaire on Sunday December 1, at 3 a.m.' K.N.S .M. MENTOR: is expected to arrive from Europe on Drc. 5. tiEMNON: is expected to arrive from Europe on Dec. 11 ISIS: is expected to arrive from I Europe on Dec. 23 VESSEL "L": is expected to arrive from Europe on Jan. 3, 1964. ATLANTIC LINES: ICE FLOYtER: is expected from New York via Miami on Doc. 6. ICE PE/JJL; is expected from New York via Miami on Dec. 24. 6th. clasa of the St. Joseph School at th e "Hope" to-day (Sat. Nov. 30) starting at 10:30 a.m. -The kard working President of the Baseball Conuittae, Mr. J."Chic" Arrindell resigned from the Committee and Mr. Philip Bryan, former Public Relations Manager of the Committee was elected President, and Paul Peterson, Station Manager of Pan Am asked to join the Committee and accepted. The Baseball Committee under the new leadership is busy working on plans to purchase stnads (seating accommodation) to erect a backstop and to purchase a "Group Accident Insurance" policy for all players who will take part in the 1964 Baseball tournament. BELLOTT E The "Braves" bellotte team of Philipsburg under the leadership of Sam Hazel and Clem Labegn, Las suffered two defeats at the Iiands of the Beauperthuy Brothers (Danial and Ferdinand) ft Co. The "Braves'' were first defeated at Grand Ca3e on October 27, the next Sunday, Novi 3, they were again defeated at the Coconut grove. It was the first time in a Very long time that the "Braves" had been defeated "twice en a row by the same group of bellotte players. FOOTBALL: On St,. Maarten's Day, Nov. 11, football fans witnessed a very exciting and keenly contested gane of football between the "Eleven Brothers" of Philipsburg and the "Speed" of Maxigot at the sport-field at Cul-de-Sac, The two teams were competing for the"Lt. Governor's Cup : a 'cup" donated by lit. Governor, J.J. Beaujon The game ended in a draw. The two teams will clash again on Sunday December 1, at the s^rt-field at Cul-de-Sac, where tl-.ey will again compete for the "Lt. Governor's Cup". It should be an exciting game of football one all football fans should make it a point to attend. MISCELLANEOUS : The inhabitants, of Philipsburg and surrounding area have recently been doing some lishing on the pier that is now being built t Point Blanche. On Wednesday night about s