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SI Published every Saturday,- It was
S: abolished by J.H. Lake,Sr,.on July 1
1~9 'as a means of helping to improve
the social, economic, educational and
Speoitical condition of the Windward
Islands by advocating against the cause
Sef injustice 'and oppression..
OB BUTCI SECTION:
SP.O. Box 22
St. Maarten, N.A.
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CfI~uRiN ENJOY SINT NICBOLAS'S
day morning, December 4, the
E L bildren of the Dtfph Part of
(from 1st. to 6th. grades of
) witnessed the arrivl of
.E at the wharf in Phbips-
m enthusiasm and exeite-
imPHMnA ISULINB' 0wE
LUX swet sap, yewrs truly
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Bad uWaner uAe abW lehaxim
its agi e al di .tr, r.
Latmai. ari avd aI m tolc i..
infront of tbe school tiofs
All the chilDren re h4i aill
flag; those oi the Public .shoe
were holding Dutch or Antilluan flags
and those of the *oman Cat4lic
schools had the yellow and white flag
of the Church.
At about 8:50 a.m. a motor-boat was
spotted off Point Blanche, and. Mr.
Lobo, a teacher of the Orange-school
and the organizer of the affair, in-
formed the children that Sint Nihoe-
las along with his partner 'Piet" ws
aboard the motor-boat ed their way to
visit thea, *r. Lobo in a convincing
manner explained that Sint Nicholas
and Piet had-come from a far eof land
aboard a very large ship, but, be-
cause of the-isie of the wharf they
were forced to transfer to the small
motor-boat -'As the motor-boat qear-*
ed the shore,the children accpnatied
by the Community Band started sing-
ing "Sipt Nicholas".
As the boat pulled p to the wharf,
and Sint Nicholas and "Piet diam-.
barked they were greeted a' o e 0
children with cheers and waving aho
Lt. Governor J.J. Beaujon, wsleo~sd
Sint Nicholas and Piet on the wharf
and escorted then to a cowerable,
generously contributed by Boodle1 de
Weever for the purpose.
From the car Piet started distri-
buting candies to the teachers for
the children of their classes, and
when this was done; they drove around
the town in the convertible, driven
by Mr. Lobo.
This was the first time that a
Sint Nicholas Celebeation had been
organized here for al the children,
and it surely did one's heart ged
to see how it was enjoyld y thea'
We wish to congratuate, M.' I be,
the organizer, to than all we a.-
sisted in making it a c
the same time .xpreass': hipe t4a
it will became an 'am a i ariir.
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On poebyd.ftrezon. r I,
about 2 oga4e a cEr. -iqith
a ll at, a vtie CoMA and was
b"iy' dam3ager, *e drivtrl d the
other youupan in the car fd to be
Driver austine Illidge otfarigot,
who was om; his way from iMatigot to
Philipsburg, claimed that as he was
approaching the curae above, the Johool
a pigeon flew into the caj and in his
face which caused him to lo6e control.
The next thing he knew, thi car ad
collided with the wall on'the left
side of the road.
of M arigot
ting netto i
and did not
next day. The
driver re- general me r
heavy blow in Grooeries-
lis chest I
from the oles Byoio
wheel. Coanetio -
nen had to be Ladies, Genti
rushed to the
hospital at wear.
were both re-
leased on COLD SOPOAGE lND
nn Wda i bs
nu ,ve nea-
esoprl 4, about 8:30 a car turned o
on the road at, the western end of t
landing Witp at .tem' Juliana Airpor
Acoaig to ti~e drive, Pedro
uch ,inswbo that he was i
ttcr a i'ar went into a.
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him to "e hoapiW Mr -
wes bpter di1o*b sf
handa M hida bet in its
Th. left had bs l
and the right bhad in the bo
The car was also badly dama
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SUaSPCTfW GOAT -BIE F COWiB '1
On Wednesday night a group of li
cornered a suspected goat thief i"
hill at Middle Begion.
Many persons in Middle FI
ING GLNY to to l
s & children
ver of the light* They seon dim
he nan P.D. f Freanh quarter
't. ing him force-d lii to coa
Stho- iAll one et tthef nj
n town. and uotifj Y he
V, Maneantm4o-g to
Y>. Ioho .e~dtL~ior
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24. Washh under car d car body, polish
A 25 WE WILL REUPO#B dLL PEECTIVE PAETS
O M PL T E SB VICE S
pray on request
Go, with the exception of 23 -24-..
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Drain motor oil, if necessary.
Grease all tip. rod ens. ,
Check and grease both universal joints
i Check differential'N".n transiaittion
Grease: Upper and loIr. suspension arms
Belace oil. filter element if necessary
Check steering gear ho sig. Befill if necessary
Check all shock' obserbe r
Refill engine crankcase with recommended oil
Refill all generator and starter cups
Check fan belt, Tention. Tighten. if necessary
Check electrolite in battery. Add water if necessary
Check.and report any defective radiator hose
Service wet type air cleaner
SClean air cleaner with low air pressure (dry type air cleaner)
SCheck radiator and pressure cap ,
Check signal and directional lights
SCheck and report blown sealed beams. Stop and tail light
: -Check horn
: Check automatic transmission fluid
Check windshield arms and wipers
S Check and air all tires to recommended pressure
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'P o ake you look your best for the holiday
. ipit celet, rings, neeklaoes
af air ae aids Ose '
stis o s a. designs
t e fferent colours to suit the tint of your hair
1irpiisppy tails etc.
ir sirlers of various ype and sises.
attractive and fancy parses and many other items at caopet .'i
*r theie apd a, wide. variqty of stationeries for tJe hqp .
office, as well as assortment of pocket-books, Dutch and
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.BP A THE; PHClJPGMIP S PINItSIOP & TLDM Co. N.V. Tel. *P
.sBac tree 4, P6ia, Sit. arte.
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JU. SIw$ Aft TO. M) UISS DAPIDE
ro. 8iao~ai~~w, iidely knn m~m r-.
coMt a b ntL-i of ~t1rigot atod
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Misse -st e ative t ef ..,ades a -,
riwu a i .by mS e. R Say. D.-
feaIM 4sa' ts. tr R
flq Wpst is an: OLffier of the S.D.
SThe astuction of
which will haw a t i
litnpe, will be
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"LAST DATE FOR XMAS ThEE ORDEI "
D E C E M -E-R 1 8'th. ""
IISDON'S CLLD STOGUGE
quietly working for some time now,
erecting these buildings while at the
same tiue manufacturing and exporting
uetal wall plugs.
He hopes in the near future to es-
tablish a Plastic Factory.
F.ILIPSBUIG UTILITIES CO. OP:'NS BP.EANC
On Tuesday December 3, the Philips-
barg Utilities Co. N.V. opened a
branch at Saba.
Mr. Freddy"Hollander, manager of the
Philipsburg Utilities Co. N.V. of
Philipsburg went to Saba for the open-
ing of the new branch.
At the official opening Mr. Freddy
Hollander welcomed all and made it
clear that the Philipsburg Utilities
Co. (Saba) as the new branch is called,
will (as at St. Iaarten) do its best
S to serve the cocuunity and satisfy its
Scistoners Mr. Overberg, Administra-
tor of Saba, congratulated the uanage-
ment of the new branch and wished them
success. After the speech making, those
present were invited to the Government
Gaest-House, where refreshment w:re
The Philipsburg Utilities Co. (Saba),
is located in a two story building
close to the Goverment Guest-House
in the Bottom. The first-floor is
used as the general business area and
the second-floor is used as a show-
Mr. Iialter Slicer,' a former Lagoite,
is'ianager and the items stocked are
sinilar to those stocked here (Station-
Sery.I Electrical and household
qaWtances, tools, building material
-. aoigaS~ ~late the umnagement of
S p.t~wg Utilities Co. (Saba),
Sth 0 ll -will be well.
POSTaL SERVICE OF TIJ N]E~SeANDB
In the course of the month of De-
cember 1963, the island of Aruba, one
of the six islands of the Netherlands
Antilles with about 58.C00 inhabitants,
will considerably contribute to the
further industrialization in the Nether-
lands Antilles by putting the'recently
built chemical factories in operation.
Apart from the existing oil-refineries
these chemical factories will undoubt-
edly contribute to enlarge the employ-
rent facilities in the Netherlands An-
tilles. The chemical plants rill com-
prise an ammonia factory, pertaining
to the Antilles Chemical Cop-ny Ltd.
and a factory of nutric acid, of nix-
ed artificial manure and of ~uea, per-
taining to the Aruba Chenical Industries
In order to make the establishment
of these factories possible the Govern-
ment has invested considerable amounts
of money for the lay-out of the grounds,
the construction of the harbour, as
well as the extension of the water and
electricity works. The fact that there
is an oil-industry in the island., which
can supply fuel and raw materials in
large quantities, also contributed to
the establishment of the industries in
the island of Aruba. A total amount of
about 42 million U.S.A. dollars has
been invested up to now.
The produce of the au onia factory
will partly be used as- raw materials for'
the other factories and partly be dee-
tined for export purposes. The produce
of the other factories will be sold a-
On the occasion of the official in-
aug-ration of these factories the
Postal Service of the Netherlands An-
tilles will issue a special stamp on
December 10, 1963.,
Size of the stamp: 40,35 x 30 am
Size of the design: 37,25 x 27 n
Perforation: 13 1/4 : 14
Paper: coated paper without watermark
Sheets of 10 x 10 = 100 stamps
Printing technique: offset
Printed by Johan EnachedA & Zonen,
Grafische tiriehting N NV,
Tha stamp will II P4Psd g
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tillian artist, B,.N. AyUbi of Willen-
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INSURANCE AG iT
The Ne th e.r l'i Ga d s i
CONSSEQUENTLiL LOSS INSUBJCE
MEDICAL EXI'PSES INSUHolC
PENSION PLAN INSUIRNCE
(For Group & Individu&mi )
P.O. Box 18
[7 Orders for USA $ 100.--, .,
should be accompanied l
drzft or a certified cai
smaller orders, postal,
are suggested. Person at
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plus postage and bank charges,
International reply coupons are
accepted at NAf 0.20 each; bank
ebeqki are exchanged at the rate
of USA. $ 1.- = NAf 1.87; dollar
bills at the rate of USA $ 1.- =
Ip i T TO co0NSTRCT IATMl STORAGE
A". s ATP FPrNT B~JaHE
.to-. information from a relia-
ti^ govsrrteant will construct
ltaMte at Point Blanche.
iaumo9d that the govern-
i ree wter storage
t ah 8an ee. Work on
O bAose tanks which
of 30 bar.-
"A I~around -the
Rico, which will be stored in then
ane distributed to the people on the
In the start, the water will be
transported from the tanks by trucks
later via pipelines which will be in-
stalled for that purpose.
Ue were informed that this will be a
temporary measure until the water plant
is built at Caybay.
LETTERS TO THE EDITO
(Not the responsibility of the Editor)
24th. Nov. 196388
Wind~ard IslUA Opinion
st. UMarten, N. A.
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4f PHILIPSBUBG ON DEC. 1 f& 14,
A CIAL OF3NING BY THE LT. GOVMEN-
4*, lfa J.J. BRAUJON, AT 2:30 P.M.
S PFBID/iY DEC. 13, 1963.
AINISSION: Dec. 13, Fls. 1.25
Dec. 14, Fls. 0.50
ste el Band" our sincere thanks and
~ reciation to the people of St. Maar-
tea for their kind hospitality extend-
d d to us during our recent visit.
S We were indeed touched by their
r friendliness and by the warn welcome
Swe received wherever we went. We cer-
toAaly had a wonderful time.
r ticularly we wish to say a special
word of thanks to the iuembers of the
Ietival Comnittee" who we thinkd-id
Sa ilendid job in organizing the PFeti-
,wl and to encourage them to continue
this W acoiendable effect.
We look forward to retaliate this
S kindness in the not too distant future.
\ Calvin A. Howell
S It S OF OUIl NATIONAL INDEPlDlENCE
By A. Illidge
S t hundred and fifty years of our
iw. liq Independence For many years
S* nation looked forward for hn heir
i-.hawmse of Orange. Then on the
of -pril 1909, the news flashed
te world. An heir was born to
Bof Orange. And it seeded that
o:bd- paid ti~amte to her
sheoas born to be
*I4 Queen pn eatt ,
tae. No Ne
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side ,y aiWlS tht b eak e1baer
adopted a t g in our celebrate
t :td blr, of
theb it*ed Nietinlads, whidh has -e-
iaai, that t Selland ltwo today.
fbte p'iaent pl(i1w tiin recalls the
4ay 300 years 1 U Jilandi Little
EoMaods slia si miles, un-
dan by of he riigbty
rfe4sdOrf on the
ditBE ice sea;, when lo'e of Liberty,
of thought J A ar t etlbend her citizens,
as well as those of other nations, who
dwelt on her shores, with ideas of
free government, free thought, fiee
speech, and free education. Today we
remember how these principles wore .-
carried to the virgin roi! of America.
Not only by Hollanders, but to a much
greater extent by English nen. English
men who cane from those countries,
where those bands of Dutch had i i grate'
years before; English men who had a
refuge from Beligious persecution. Those
noble Pilgrim Fathers who after bving
lived with us the 12 years of our truce
with Spain, embued with the ideals
Holland was standing for, sailed to the
Ne World to carry out those ideals.
Also like William Pen in latter years,
whose another was Dutch who spoke the
Dutch language, and whose form of govern-
neat was entirely modeled on that of
Ladies and gentlemen, and fellow citi-
zens, in speaking of the greatness of
Holland today, we cannot -forgt lete.
Stuyvesant, the fourth and meat fanMou
of the aDtch governor General, of 91l-
land who was appointed is 1647. He
lost a leg in tie Latch sqrviee e a t0ttB
very island of St..arten. It i. .,Itir
to remmher his today. The free d
tic Lowlaar bhas .niot lost hi '
t'h t eLniAgc is i0 ''
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Mre. PiT Mr. E.H.
THSE RETAILERS SELL T*HR CRANDIs E AT THE PFOL(ING PMICBS t
C & B Crosse & BlackwelL
LIBBY Evap.Milk 14* ozs tin A 4 16 SAWICH SPREAD C& B
6 sz. tin 0,20 8 76z. 0
DANCOC Milk Powder 1 LBS 1,50 52 WORC-SIRE SASCi C & B 0
2 LBS8 .2,95 l 19 o s. h
5 LBS '5,25 210 HAMBURBt..RE, S43.C4- B-i
LACTOGEN Powder 1 LBS 2voo 80 BARBECUE SAUCE C & B O,S
2j LBS 4,75 180 SEAFOOD SA CSdae B 00
COND.MILK Sweet 14 oz. 0,45 18 CHEF Sauce 0,
4 oz. 0,20 8 BRANSTO S1auce C & B 0,|
CREAM, Thigk 6 oz. 0,45 18 MANGO CHOUEY C &B 0,f
STERILIZED"MILK-MAID" 15 oz. 0,40 16 PRE=C CAPERS C & B O, "
WYSMAN Butter LBS 0,80 32 OLIVZ9 Stuffed C & B 1)V
1 LBS 1,35 54 OLIVE OIL C & B 1
5 LBS 6,50 260 coCK- ONI0S C. a &B 0
BLUEBAND Margarine 1 LBS 0,80: 52 LIBBt's Mustard 16 Oa. 'I
2 LBS 1,45 58 CURRtE PoMDER C & B 2 os.
5 LBS 3,30 152 Mix raUIT/PLUM JAMI ILX -
MARVA -Margarine 5 LBS 3,oo 120 JELLY JAM.C & B 8 oz. G0 '
SPRY Lard 1 LBS 1,oo 40 VANILLA ESSENCE C & B 0
3 LBS 2,70 108 ALMOND/LUEM/OMM *-i. O* '0
CLOROX -Bleach Pint( Lt) 0,45 18 CUSTARD POmDER 0 & B 1 1 ms 5
Quart (Lt) 0,75 30 TRA A LA (Gallon) 7 Pte 3 ,i
Gallon(4 Lt) 2,35 94 (Liter) Quart 1t
VIM -Scouring Powder 0,40 16 (j Ltr) Pint (
MOTTLED SOAP 2 LBS Bar 0,65 26 PORK B6 AS & B 1'3
LUX/CASTILE/LIFEBUOY 0,20 8 NESTLE CANDY ROLLS 040
LIFEBrOY Big Size Cake .0,30 12 NESTLE CHOC BARS O
LUX LIQUID SOAP Bottle 0,60- 24 KILLER CANDIES 4 oz. 0
SUNLIGHT Double Cake 0,40 16 STEWED STEAK & VEG 1 LBS
LUX Flakes Large Pack 0,75 30 SIGHAL TOOTHPASTE Large 1
RINSO Large Pack 0,85 34 Medium. O
SUNIL Large.Pack 0,60 24 LIBBY's CORNED BEEP 12 oz. 1
0 M 0 Large Pack 0,75 0 SMAC LUNCHEONMEAT 12 os.
S U R F Giant Pack 2,20 88 MAGGI's SOUPS per env.
Large Pack 0,75 30 12 aaeorted env.soup
Medium Pack 0,40 16 MAGII Cubes per tin 1CO
Brown Rice ORCHID 1 LBS 0,40 16 per 3 cubes
ORCHID 2 LBS 0,75 30 NESCAE Ivory Cap 2 oz.,
JO AN 5 LBS 1,75 70 6 o0&.
JO ANN 10 LBS 5,40 156 NESCAPE Yellow Cap 2 oa.
White .~o e CABMEN 1 LBS 0,40 16 6 o.
,,6GAsW 2 LpS 0,75 b0 10. oz.
..CAEN 5 1a 1,75 o70 NECA in tia 59o G ,
S I Airuit Drin k settle 1,80 "72 5 .
CAkMAlut a ritter 12 '.. 0,90 56'. .
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ag live Pri eAti Wilheltc ina
Aapuard born Jan. 31, 1 F38L FR
long live the House of Ornge..
3 Boats 12 1/2-feet (un-
1 Boat 15 1/2-feet Plus
40-H.P. otor r(new)
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1 Boat 18-feet fibre glass
2 Sailfish (boats)
ALL PIICD) TO SaLL
For nore information contact:
Paul Steinhaeuer or J.H. Lake
Editor of this newspaper.
lTS: Bed delios*a
Pears, etc. '
lears, est. .
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C 0 NG R.A T S
Mr. and irs. Benjamir
Marigot became pareati .f~r
tie on Friday November.
On that date Mrs. Ri l a
birth to a 7 lbe. as
' at .the Hospital at. Meri*
Mr. "BeaWoas all adili
our reporter the happy I
press tine Mrs. Riebardatia
Jr. were both doing fine at)
We wSla- e the new arri
grataate the prod pamps to
EVIN RUDE neneo SERVICE
L. H. AMuESTRD FOB THEFT
On t'ecdayDec3ibe 8, L.B. of Cole
*U a .s arrested .by .Wotice for
taiwrding to rept o lJoipE w"I. all
sT^BAi'^^f't' W^ X~^'i'^^/wW~iiW^V^ f ^^'*^s''l^-^k Hre'tei~^^B; a'tI a-
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O :'2TO SErEHOR.P- T--
OHM0S AND TWO OR THREE PICTURES A DLX IN YOUR HOUc0 TT S~. BAlK
IN YOUR EASr CHAIR AND ENJOY ALL THIS, EVEEY DAY, WITHOUT ACTUALLY
LEAVING THE HOUSE ?????????
HOW CAN YOU DO IT ?? WHEN ?? WH.T DOES IT COST ????
THE PHILIPS URG UTILITIES CCMPJJNY INC., IN FINTSTREET, PHILIPBBUR,
OPFERS TO ALL HER CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL, AS A WRiIAL
CHRISMAS CAMPAIGN, FRCM NOVEMBER 12TH UNTIL D~BBER 31st 19635
EM E R S8 ON TELEVISION SETS WITI SIXTEEN INCH SRBEI, MAST & ANTeNA,
INSTALLED IN YOUR HOUSE, FOR ONLY FLS. 412, 50
tEAT' S MORE. ....FOR CASPAYMENTS A SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 20% IS GRANTED
S MAKING THIS SET YOURS FOR ONLY FLS 330,- &L9m. $ 6i6i
THIS PERSON TELEVISION SET AND FOUR OTHER MODELS ARE DISPLAYED IN THE
SOWASE8 OF PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES COMPANY IN FRCNTSTRFET, PHILIPSBURG*
IF YOU HAVE BEEN PLdNNING TO BUY A TiLEVISICN SET, NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY YOUR SET AT THE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO. PAYMENTS ON INSTABIT
CAN EASILY BE ARRANGED.
DON'T PAY MORE......... REOMBER THAT THE UTILITIES GIVES
YCT SERVICE CN YOUR TELEVISION SET I
TE~ THIS OPPORTUNITY BY MAKING USE OF THE SPECIAL CHRISTMAS-CjPAIGN
STIE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO. IN FRCNTSTRRET, PHILIPSBURG.
S E U,8 FOR A FREE DBONSTRATION.
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1 JDJMffl) ISLANDS' OriNION 8 SATUHDAY DEC, 7, 1963 Mil' % y 2-0oor Sedan Authorized Dealers F.W. VLAUN & SON a cover the amount of the order plus postage and bank charges, if any. International re^.ly coupons are accepted at NAf 0.20 each; bank checks are exchanged at the rate of USA $ l._ NAf 1.87; dollar bills at the rate of USA $ 1. = NAf 1.85. GBVEDMZSNT TO CONSTRUCT v.rATER ST02AGE TANKS AT PC-INT B^LNCHE According to information fron a reliable source the government will construct 3 water storage tanks at Point Blanche. We have been informed that the government plans to have three water storage tanks built at Point Blanche. Work on the construction of these tanks which will have a total capacity of 3000 barrells, is scheduled to start around the middle of January 1964. When the tanks are completed the government will either purchase or charter a tanker to bring rain water from Puerto Rico, which will be stored in them and distributed to the people on the island. In the start, the water will be transported from the tanks by trucks later via pipelines which will be installed for that purpose. We were informed that this will be a temporary measure until the water plant is built at Caybay. LETTERS TO THE 3DIT0R (Not the responsibility of the Editor) Charlestown Nevis 24th. Nov. 1963 The Editor, Windward Islands' Opinion St. Maarten, N. A. Dear Sir, Kindly permit me through the median of your valuable paper to express, on behalf of the members of the "Rebels L
WDTOBD ISLANDS' OPINION SATUia)AY HEC. 7, 1963 SPECIAL NOTICE LAST DATE FOB XMAS THEE OKDEUS DECEMBER 1 8 th AT aiSDOH'G ClLD STCI^GE quietly workin3 for some tine now, erecting these buildings while at the sane time manufacturing and exporting uetal wall plugs. He hopes in the near future to establish a Plastic Factory. 'JV' U 'j'j l j'o v(j S's FHILIPSBU.iG UTILITIES CO. OPENS BEANCE I N SAB A On Tuesday December 3, the Philipsburg Utilities Co. H.V. opened a branch at Saba. Mr. Freddy "Hollander, manager of the Philipsburg Utilities Co. N.V. of Philipsburg went to Saba for the opening of the new branch. At the official opening Mr. Freddy Hollander welcomed all and made it clear that the Philipsburg Utilities Co. (Saba) as the new branch is called, will (as at St. Maarten) do its best to serve the community and satisfy its customers Lir. Overberg, Administrator of Saba, congratulated the management of the now branch and wished them success. After the speech making, those present were invited to the Government Guest-House, where refreshment wc.-re served. The Fhilipsburg Utilities Co. (Saba), is located in a two story building close to the Government Guest-I/ouse in The Bottom. The first-floor is used as the general business area and the second-floor is used as a showroom. Mr. Walter Slicer,'a former Lagoite, is nanager and the items stocked are similar to those stocked here (Stationery, Electrical and household appliances, tools, building material etc.) We congratulate the management of the Philipsburg Utilities Co. (Saba)> anc wish that all will be well. PCSTiX SETVIC3 OF IH3 NETEE&L/JffiS ANTILLES I In the course of the month of December 1963, the island of Aruba, one of the six islands of the Netherlands Antilles with about 58.COO inhabitants, will considerably contribute-to the further industrialization in the Netherlands Antilles by putting the recently *[ built chenical factories in operation. Apart from the existing oil-refineries these chemical factories will undoubtedly contribute to enlarge the employment facilities in the Netherlands Antilles. The chemical plants Jrill comprise an ammonia factory, pertaining to the Antilles Chemical Company L%d. and a factory of nutric acid, of mixed artificial manure and of u*ea, pertaining to the Aruba Chemical Industries Ltd. In order to nake the establishment of these factories possible the Government lias invested considerable amounts of money for the lay-out of the grounds, the construction of the harbour, as well as the extension of the water and electricity works. The fact that there is an oil-industry in the island, which can supply fuel and raw materials in large quantities, also contributed to the establishment of the industries in the island of /aruba. A total amount of about 42 million U.S.A. dollars has been invested up to now. The produce of the ammonia factory will partly be used as raw materials for^ the other factories and partly be destined for export purposes. The produce of the other factories will be sold abroad. On the occasion of the official inauguration of these factories the Postal Service of the Netherlands iintilles will issue a special stamp on December 10, 1963., Technical details: Size of the stamp: 40,35 x 30 m Size of the design: 37,25 x 27 mn Perforation: 13 l/4 : 14 Paper: coated paper without watermark Sheets of 10 x 10 100 stamps Printing technique: offset Printed by Johan Enachede' & Zonen, Grafiscbe Inrichting N.V., Haarlem. Th stamp will be iisued on December 10, 1903. It will be available to the public wlx le supply lasts., '..te designer is the Netherlands An
^^^^ IPJPMP WINDWARD ISLANDS ^OPINION CENTRAL GARAGE .y :: S E.R.V I CE S C.H E D.U IE Drain motor oil, if necessary. Grease all tie rod ends. Check and grease both universal joints Check differential an: transmittion Grease upper and lower suspension arms Replace oil filter element if necessary Check steering gear housing. Refill if necessary Check all shock obsorber Refill engine crankcase with recommended oil Refill all generator and starter cups Check fan belt, Tention. Tighten if necessary Check electrolite in battery. Add water if necessary Check and report any 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 Check and report blown sealed beams. Stop and tail light Check horn Check automatic transmission fluid Check windshield arms r.nd wipers Check and air all tires to recommended pressure Wash car body twice weekly Wash under car and car body, polish once monthly WE Y/ILL REPORT ALL DEFECTIVE PARTS COMPLETE SERVICE I S DONE FOR ONLY Fls. 20. monthly Oil spray on request only Fls. 4.00 Service, with the exception of 23-24-25 Fls. 4.50 \ v Phone M& 2246 Step tf£ 1 ii n 2 i n 3 n i 4 II n 5 it II 6 ii it 7 H n 8 'II it 9 It n 10 II II 11 II it 1.2 N H 13 M It 14 H It 15 n It 16 it ft 17 n It 18 N N 19 n It 20 it 1 21 H It 22 ft It 23 n ft 24 n It 25 T H I s I THIS IS YOUR NEW.S PAPER S U P PORT IT
WTMDUftHD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY DEC. 7, 1963 The Fhilipsburg Printshop & Trad. Co. N.V. WHERE 10. i (I YOUR X M AS S H 0 1 P I N G I FOR: X-OC8 & holiday cards. X-oas presents; Dressing aids to make you look your best for the holiday outings:Fancy tie pins, initials, bracelets, rings, necklaces A wide assortment of hair care aids Bandeaus of wide variety Combs of various sizes and designs Barrettes Hairnets of different colours to suit the tint of your hair Hair-clips, .jony tails etc. Hair curlers of various types and sizes. Attractive and fancy purses and uany other items at competative prices. Fpr these and a wide variety of stationeries for the home and office, as well as assortoent of pocketbocks, Dutch and English; SHOP 61 THE PEILIPSBUifi PRJNTSEOP & TBHD. CO. N.V. Tel. 2282 Backstreet, 246, Philipsburg, St. Maarten. BBC SIMON Ji5FP0Y TO. WED MISS DAPHNE rjEST Bro. Sincn-Jeffry, widely known merchant and Deputy Mayor of Marigot and Miss Daphne West will exchange marriage vows at Marigot on Tuesday December 16, 1963. Miss West a native of Barbados, arrived here by Pan Am on Wednesday, December 4, she was accompanied by a friend Miss Maggy Hood. Miss West is an Officer of the S.D. A. Conference. s u a p EXTRA MILD TC YOUR R'JJDS Work To Start On Shell Bunker Station The construction of the bunker station which will have a capacity of 2 million litres, will be supervised by Mr. A. Arnell, chief of the Public Works Dept. who will be relieved from bis duties at the Public \/
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WDHKUABD ISLANDS' OPINION ARIBAIR ANNOUNCES NEW SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 20, 1963 MONDAYS THURSDAYS SATURDAYS Arrive St. Maarten at 10:14 a.u. Depart St. Maarten at 10:30 a.u. And on SUNDAYS Arrive St. Maarten at 4:04 p.n. Depart St. Maarten at 4:30 p.Q. PLEASE R3CvNFIRM YOUR RESERVATION GEL XX IN AT AIRPORT 45 MINUTES BEFORE FLIGHTS ARRIVAL
- % WIND/ARM ISLiNDS' 01 INI.N T HE VttNlrJAffl) ISLANDS' 01INION 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 aid political condition of the Windward Islands by advocating against the cause of injustice and oppression;. % : % EDITOR DUTCII SECTION : J.H. Lake.Sr. P.O. Box 22 Philipsburg, St. Maarten, N.A. EDITOR FHNCE SECTION Mrs. B. ; Morales, Marigot, St. Martin, P.W.I. Printers: The People's Printery Tanarindesteeg N* 8 Philipsburg. SATURDAY DEC. 7, 1963 SCHOOL CEILDRilN ENJOY SINT NICHOLAS'S AR3IVAL On Wednesday morning, December 4, the school children of the Dutch Part of the island (fron 1st. to 6th. grades of all schools ) witnessed the arrival of Sint Nicholas at the wharf in Philipsburg with much enthusiasm and excitement. At 8:15 a.m. the children from the various schools started gathering infront of the wharf in Philipsburg, they were accompanied by their teachers. A little later the Philipsburg Community Band under the able leadership of its musical director, Mr. John Ch. Lamonie arrived and took its place infront of the school children. All the children were holding small flags; those of the Public schools were holding Dutch or Antillian flags and those of the Roman Catholic schools had the yellow and white flag of the Church. At about 8:50 a.m. a motor-boat was spotted off Point Blanche, and Mr. Lobo, a teacher of the Orange-school and the organizer of the affair, informed the children that Sint Nicholas along with his partner "Piet" was aboard the motor-boat on their way to visit them, Mr. Lobo in a convincing manner explained that Sint Nicholas and Piet had come from a far off land aboard a very large ship, but, because of the size of the wharf they were forced to transfer to the small motor-boat As the motor-boat near-* ed the shore,the children accompanied by the Community Band started singing "Sint Nicholas". As the boat pulled up to the wharf, and Sint Nicholas and "Piet disembarked they were greeted by over 800 children with cheers and waving flags. Lt. Governor J.J. Beaujon, welcomed Sint Nicholas and Piet on the wharf and escorted them to a convertable, generously contributed by "Boedie" de Weever for the purpose. From the car Piet started distributing candies to the teachers for the children of their classes, and when this was done; they drove around the town in the convertable, driven by Mr. Lobo. This was the first tine that a Sint Nicholas celebration had been organized here for all the children, and it surely did one's heart good to see how it was enjoyed by them. We wish to congratulate Mr. Lobo, the organizer, to thanlf all who assisted in making it a success and at the same time express the hope that it will become an annual affair.' '.. t.: LUX sweet soap, yours truly DANCOW: 1 Lbs makes 3 Ltr. of Milk
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< % :, 1 WINDWARD ISJnHPB' OFINION SATUBDAY DEC. 7, 1963 w. TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS On Sunday, afternoon, December 1, about 2 o'clock, a car collided with a wall at a curve in Cole;Bay and was badly damaged. The driver and the other youngman in the car had to be hospitalized. Driver gustine Illidge of Marigot, whc was on his way from Marigot to Phi lipsburg, claimed that as he was approaching the curve above the $ohool a pigeon flew into the car and in his face which caused hin to lose control. The next thing he knew, the car had collided with the wall on'the left side of the road. Maurice Threan also of M arigot who was sitting next to the driver was knocked unconscious and did not regain consciousness until the next day. The driver received a heavy blow in his chest ] from the steering wheel. Both young Lien had to be rushed to the hospital at Marigot. They were both released on Tuesday morning. ST. MAARTEN TRADING QOIPANY Mainstreet Philipsburg -General merohandiseGrooeries Household articles Byoicles Hardware Cosmetics Suitcases ladies, Gents & ohildren wear. COLD STORAGE AND FRESH VEGETABLES Prop. J.P. COMER On Wednesevening, December 4, about 8:30 a car turned over on the road at the western end of the landing strip at the Juliana Airport. According to.the driver, Pedro Richards, who claimed that he was in the car alone, the car went into a skid and turned over No one was around and the driver had to walk from the spot where the accident occurred to the U.S. Weather Bureau (aboutl/2 a mile) before he could get help. At the Weather Bureau, he asked Freed Richardson, who was on duty, to take him to the hospital at Marigot. It was later discovered that both of his hands had been broken in the accident. The left hand was broken in the wrist and the right hand in the forearm. The car was also badly damaged. ftyj&ftfcw&&viiwi& SUSPECTED GOAT THIEF COHttiSBD BY VILLAGEBB On Wednesday night a group of villagers cornered a suspected goat thief in the hill at Middle ltegion. Many persons in Middle ttegion and surrounding area had been losing sheep and goats for some time, but all attempts to trap the guilty one had failed. On Wednesday night while a group of young nen from the. village were holding a "session" in the square, one of them saw a light moving in the hill, he called the attention of the others to it and after watching it for a while, the boys became suspicious and decided to do a little checking. They all took off for the hill in the direction of the light. They soon discovered the man P.D. of French Quarter and surrounding him forced him to come down out of the hill one of the youngnen rushed to town and notify the Police Detective V. Monsanto went to Middle Region and P.D. who could not give any good reason for being in the hill that hour of night was brought to t$wn and arrested % The Polio* are still investigating the matter. ::: % : % :::::::::::: i i _^ --*^
yiNDv/Afg'iSE^nS' ePBHQN i~% SATURDAY D3C. 7. 1963 AGFA AKAI ASAHI BELL & HOr/ELL BO LEX BHAUN CANON CARL ZEISS (MOWN BURST ELMO SWIG EXAKTA FOJIYA KASSELBLAD KiiLIMAR KODAK KOPJAFLEX LEICA LINHOF luuru MINOLTA MINOX NIKON OLYMPUS POLAROID REVERE RICOH ROLLEIFLEX SAMOCA SiiNKYO SCHNEIDER SONY Y/ALZ WESTON WOLLENSAK YASHICA ZEISS IKON Photografic & Electronic Equipment from every Corner of the World .... EL GLOBO SINT MAABTEN - ARUBA CUIUCAO tillian artist, 3.N. Ayubi of Willeostad. Terms Of Supply And Payment fj Orders should be forwarded to: Willenstad, Curasao, Netherlands Antilles. ALBERT C. WATHEY INSURANCE AGENT FATUM The Netherlands o f MM C%3 Cocplete Coverage ACCIDENT INSURANCE ANNUITY INSURANCE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CONSEQUENTI.iL LOSS INSUItJTCE EDUdTIOttiL INSU&iNCE FIRE DJSUlliNCE GLASS INSUTuJfCE ROSPIT.^LIZ^TICN INSURANCE LIABILITY INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE LUGJAGE INSUlliNCE MARINE INSURANCE MEDICAL EXPENSES INSURANCE PENSION PLAN INSURANCE (For Group & Individuals) TRAVEL-ACCIDENT INSU3ANCE TROUSSEAU INSURANCE PHILIPSBURG ST. MAARTEN P.O. Box 18 [J Orders for USA % 100. , or tiore, shculd be accompanied by a bank draft'or a certified check; for scalier orders, postal naney orders are sup^ested. Personal checks are not accepted. f~] Letters containing USA dollar bills should bo registered. /~7 Correspondence by air uaiU is recotnended. £J Remittance should be sufficient to
WIND 'ARD ISLANDS' 0I : INION c 5 FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS SEE \ u l\ + JUP You will find a collection of gifts at prices to fit every pocket Such as: Barings from Rings from Chains r from Bracelets from Broches from Tie pins from Cuff-links from Clocks from Men's and Ladies' watches from Fls. 6.50 % 11.00 it 4.50 ii 5.00 ii 3.50 n 3.50 II 6.50 II 6.50 15.00 And a very large collection of gift articles forfevery home, Flatter your friends with a gift from SPRITZER + FUHRMAN N Our Employees will be glad to help you in our AIR-CONDITIONED STORE In the Frontstreet Phi lipsburg ooooOoooo
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WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY DEC. 7, 1963 METHODIST CHURCH ANNUAL BAZAAR TE3 li?EE^DIST CHURCH ANNUAL BAZAAR WILL BE HELD AT THE BRICKBUILDING A T FHILIPSBURG ON DEC. 13 & 14, 1963. OFFICIAL OFENING BY THE LT. GOVEHNOR, MR. J.J. BBAUJON, AT 2:30 P.M. ON FRIDAY DEC. 13, 1963. ADMISSION: Dec. 13, Fls. 1.25 Dec. 14, Fls. 0.50 Ste el Band" our sincere thanks and appreciation to the people of St. Maarten for their kind hospitality extended to us during our recent visit. We were indeed touched by their friendliness and by the warn welcome we received wherewer we went. \ve certainly had a wonderful time. Particularly we wish to say a special word of thanks to the members of the "Festival Committee" who we think did a splendid job in organizing the Festival and to encourage then to continue this commendable effect. We look forward to retaliate this kindness in the not too distant future. Yours Sincerely, Calvin A. Ilowell 150 YEARS OF PUS. Ni.TICNiiL INDEPENDENCE By A. Illidge One hundred and fifty years of our National Independence For many years the Nation looked forward for an heir to the House of Orange. Then on the 30th. of April 1909, the news flashed around the world. An heir was born to the Bouse of Orange. And it seemed that all nature had paid tribute to ber birth, indicating she was born to be the greatest democratic Queen on earth. In 1952 Parliament approved constitutional anuenducnt, making the Nether-* lands the first country to enact provisions for yeilding authority to Suprarnational organizations. A 1954 Charter revision gave Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles one time colonies, complete internal autonomy. And so today, we share in the joy and honour in celebrating omr 150 years of National Independence. To-day (Nov. 30, 1963) we commemorate the Duke of Alva, the self styled beggers of the sea, who initiated our groat struggle for independence; soon to be led by that great hero, William The Silence. Side by side with that heriac banner adopted as the flag in our celebration today. The red, white and blue, of the United Netherlands, which has remain, that of Holland unto today. The present celebration recalls the day 300 years when Holland, Little Holland, 12,850 square miles, undaunted by the Arm Forces of he mighty oppressor, sought expansion on the distance seas, when love of Liberty, of thought and art embend her citizens, as well as those of other nations, who dwelt on her shores, with ideas of free government, free thought, free speech, and free education. Today we remember how these principles wore .carried to the virgin soil of America. Not only by Hollanders, but to a much greater extent by English men. English men who caue from those countries, where those bands of Dutch had itaaigrate" y^ars before; En. lish men who had a refuge from Religious persecution. Those noble Pilgrim Fathers who after having lived with us the 12 years of our truce with Spain, embued with the ideals Holland was standing for, sailed to the Mew '..'orld to carry out those ideals. Also like William Pen in latter years, whose mother was Dutch who spoke the Dutch language, anct whose form of government was entirely modeled on that of Holland. Ladies and gentlemen, and fellow citizens, in speaking of the greatness of Holland today, we cannot forget Peter Stuyvesant, the fourth and most famous of the Dutch Governor General, of Holland who was appointed in 1647. He lost a leg in the Eutch service on this very island of St. Maarten. It is fittir to remember him today. The free democratic Lcwlander has net lost his enthusiac that enthusiasm is no longer founded upr defence against oppression, but rather, upon gratitude, Every night, minded Hollander feels toward the line of princely leaders ifSao created and perpetuated our independence. It finds its higher expression :.n the-veneration of every Hollander and every citizen of the Netherlands ijit.illes, for that fair and august Democrat of the House of Orange, who nov/ ref.gns our us, (See INDEPENDENCE on page 11)
UNDWAHD ISLANDS' OPINI ON DO YOU WNJ TO SEE HORSERACE WRESTLING BOXING DANCING LIVE SHOWS AND TWO OR THREE PICTURES A DAY IN YOUR HOUSE ??? SITBACK IN YOUR BAST CHAIR AND ENJOY ALL THIS, EVERY DAY, WITHOUT ACTUALLY LEAVING THE HOUSE ????????? HOW CAN YOU DO IT ?? WHEN ?? WHAT DOES IT COST ????? THE PRTLIPSBURG UTILITIES COMPANY INC., IN FRONTSTREET, PHILIPSBURG, OFFERS TO ALL HER CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL, AS A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN, FROM NOVEMBER 12 TH UNTIL DEC EMBER 31st 1963* > EMERSON TELEVISION SETS WITH SIXTEEN INCH SCREEN, MAST & ANTENNA, INSTALLED IN YOUR HOUSE, FOR ONLY FLS. 412,50 WHAT 1 S MORE. ....FOR CASHPAYMENTS A SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 20JC IS GRANTED MAKING THIS SET YOURS FOR ONLY FLS 330,WWWUUIUUI THIS EMERSON TELEVISION SET AND FOUR OTHER MODELS ARE DISPLAYED IN THE SH0W3ASES OF PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES COMPANY TS FRONTSTREET, PHILIPS3URG. IF YOU HAVE BEEN PLANNING TO BUY A TELEVISION SET, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR'SET AT THE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO. PAYMENTS ON INSTALMENT CAN EASILY BE ARRANGED. DON'T PAY MORE. REtiEMBER THAT THE UTILITIES GIVES YCU SERVICE CN YOUR TELEVISION SET 1 TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY BY MAKING USE OF THE SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN OF THE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO. IN FRONTSTREET, PHILIPSBURG. SEE US, FOR A FREE DBS ON ST RAT I ON. TEL: 2256 FRONTSTREET ALWAYS DEPEND on* PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO.
1 I. I I I WBTOWAHD ISLANDS' OPINION 1 1 SATURDAY DEC. 7, 1963 4.3 beans in every cup NESCAFE INDEL iiNDENCE (Continued from page 9) Fellow citizens, behold a country, whose distiny is like the path of the Just is as a shining lightThat shineth more and nore as the crown passes from one generation to the other. Long live the great Democrat of the House of Orange, Queen Juliana.' Long live Princess Beatrix V/ilhelnina Amguard born Jan. 31, 19381 Long live the House of Orange. FOfl SALE 3 Boats 12 l/2-feet (unsinkable) 1 Boat 15 l/2-feet Plus 40-H.P. motor (new) 1 Boat 18-feet fibre glass 2 Sailfish (beats) ALL PaiC/3) TO SELL For more information contact: Paul Steinhauser or J.H. Lake Editor of this newspaper. EVINRUDE means SERVICE TOTOL GROCERY M a r i g o t FRESH SUPPLY OF : VEGETABLES: Lettice, Cabage, corrot, tomatoes, etc. FRUITS: Bed delicious Apples, Black grapes, lied grapes, Pears, etc. FROZEN M w.TS: Chickens, chicken wings, legs, prokchop, Sliced ham, steaks etc. DON'T FlRGET TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING i J A T i TOTOL GROCERY II a r i got CONGRATS Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Richardson of Marigot became parents for the first time on Friday November 29, 1963. On that date Mrs. Richardson gave birth to a 7 lbs. son JOSEPH B2NETT at the Hospital at Marigot. Mr. "Ben" was all smiles as he told our reporter the happy tidings. At press time Mrs. Richardson and "Ben" Jr. were both doing fine at the hospital. We welcome the new arrival and congratulate the proud parents. L. H. APiRESTED FCR TIIEFT On tuesday, December 3, L.H. of Cole Bay was arrested by the Police for theft. According to reports L.H. was all set to leave for the U.S.A. (for medical treatment) on Wednesday Dec. 4. Up to press time L.H. was still under arrest amd pu Friday morning December 6, M.L. was also arrested in connection with the same case. The Police could not give our reporter any detailed informatior, because they are still investigating the matter. LIBBY'S Milk, read & save the label HiilL F..LLS IN ST. KITTS A lightning storm broke over the Tabernacle area (St. Kitts, North) late on Saturday night and subsided with the dawn. The temperture what evening was low and frozen rain fell from the clouds that night. The hail lasted for one hour. The Democrat, Nov. 30, 1963 SI G N A L Toothpaste does 2 jobs
-" irag/'iJM) ISLANDS OPINION WHERE-EVER YOU MAY GO.. .YOU WILL FIND A RETAILER IN YOUR DISTRICT WHO SELLS AT LOW SUPERMARKET-PRICES ... CONVINCE YOURSELF AT ONE OF THESE IN YOUR AREA i Mrs. E. BELL (colebay) Mrs. Maud FLANDERS (frontstreet) LITTLE WONDER (G.A. da SILVA) Mrs. E.DUZANSON (Lower Pr.Qrter) Mrs. PANTOPHLET (Middle-Region) St.Maarten Trading Co. (Julien Conner) Mr. Henry FLANDERS (Backstreet) Mrs. V. LABEGA (frontstreet) Mrs. Ad. GUMBS (Fr. Qrter) Mr. E.H. PETERSON (Simpsonbay) etc. et< THESE RETAILERS SELL THEIR JSRCHANDISE AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES C & B = Crosse & Blackwell Gldrs/Cen1;s LIBBY Evap.Milk 14$ oz. tin 6 oz. tin DANCOW Milk Powder 1 LBS 2-J LBS LACTOGEN Powder COND.MILK Sweet 5 LBS 1 LBS 2\ LBS 14 oz. 4 oz. 6 oz. oz MARVA -Margarine SPRY Lard CREAM, Thifik STERILIZED"MILK-MAID" 15 WYSMAN Butter £ LBS 1 LBS 5 LBS BLUEBAND Margarine 1 LBS 2 LBS 5 LBS 5 LBS 1 LBS 3 LBS CLOROX -Bleach Pint(| Lt) Quart ?Lt) Gallon(4 Lt) VIM -Scouring Powder MOTTLED SOAP 2 LBS Bar LUX/CASTILE/LIFEBUOY LIFEBUOY Big Size Cake LUX LIQUID SOAP Bottle SUNLIGHT Double Cake LUX Flakes Large Pack RINSO Large Pack SUNIL Large Pack 0 M 0 Large Pack SURF Giant Pack Large Pack Medium Pack Brown Rice ORCHID 1 LBS ORCHID 2 LBS JO ANN 5 LBS JO ANN 10 LBS /hite Rice CARMEN 1 LBS CARMEN 2 LBS CARMEN 5 LBS SUN-AID Fruit Drink Bottle CAMELLIA P-Nut Butter 12 oz, Dec. Glass of 16 oz, CAMELLIA Mayonnaise 8 oz. SILVER STAR Mayon. 16 oz. |H OT SAUCE Dixie Belle 'ABLE SALT" Apple Fresh" ''ARDINES "Triple C" "ITCHUP C & B 14 ozi 7 LBS 0,40 0,20 1,30 2,95 5,25 2-,oo 4,75 0,45 0,20 0,45 0,40 0,80 1,35 6,50 0,80 1,45 3,30 3,oo 1,00 2,70 0,45 0,75 2,35 0,40 0,65 0,20 0,30 0,60 0,40 0,75 0,85 0,60 0,75 2,20 0,75 o,40 0,40 0,75 1,75 3,40 0,40 0,75 1,75 1,80 0,90 1,50 0,60 1,00 0,25 0,35 0,25 0,70 3,65 16 8 52 118 210 80 180 18 8 18 16 32 54 260 32 58 132 120 40 108 18 30 94 16 26 8 12 24 16 30 34 24 30 88 30 16 16 30 70 136 16 30 70 72 36 60 24 40 10 14 10 28 146 SANDWICH SPREAD C & B 7 oz. WORC-SHIRE SAUCE C & B 10 oz. HAMBURGER RELISH C & B BARBECUE SAUCE C & B SEAFOOD SAUCE C & B CHEF Sauce BRANSTON Sauce MANGO CHUTNEY FRENCH CAPERS OLIVES Stuffed OLIVE OIL COCKTONIONS LIBBY's Mustard CURRIE POWDER C I Gldrs/Cents C c c c c c & B & B & B & B & B & B 16 oz. & B 2 0,50 0,75 0,50 0,90 0,70 0,95 0,80 0,55 0,60 0,95 0,80 1,10 1,95 0,90 1,10 0,50 Mix FRUIT/PLUM JAM KEILLER 0,80 JELLY JAM.C & B 8 oz. 0,55 VANILLA ESSENCE C & B 0,55 ALMOND/LEMON/ORANGE Ess 0,45 CUSTARD POWDER C & B 1 LBS 0,85 TRA LA LA (Gallon) 7 Pts 3,75 (Liter) Quart d Ltr) Pint PORK $ BEANS C & B NESTLE CANDY ROLLS NESTLE CHOC BARS KEILLER CANDIES 4 oz. STEWED STEAK & VEG 1 LBS SIGNAL TOOTHPASTE Large Medium LIBBY's CORNED BEEF 12 oz. SMAC LUNCHEONMEAT 12 oz. MAGGI's SOUPS per env. 12 assorted env.soup MAGII Cubes per tin ICO per 3 cubes NESCAFE Ivory Cap 2 oz. 6 oz, NESCAFE Yellow Cap 2 oz. 6 oz. 10 oz. NESCAFE in tins 5o Gram .85 Gram .170 Gram DECAF NESCAFE 5 oz. NESTEA 3/4 .'oz. PETER PURE CACAO yLBS EVER READY SWEET CACAO MAGGl AROMA 75 gr 127 gr 1400 gr 4,50 180 20 30 20 36 28 38 32 22 24 38 32 44 78 36 44 20 32 22 22 18 34 250 52 32 20 8 10 10 56 42 28 46 32 16 180 1,30 0,80 0,50 0,20 0,25 0,25 1,40 1,05 0,70 1,15 0,80 0,40 4,50 2,60 104 0,10 ,4 1,20 48 2,80 112 l,oo 40 2,10 84 3,45 0,80 1,25 2,10 2,65 1,15 0,85 0,75 0,40 0,60 138 32 50 84 106 46 34 30 16 24 _L