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SATU R DA Y
JU.NE 22 .
Vol. 4 NO. 44
JAPANESE FISHING COQAN TO ESTABLISH STOrA.IGE ?
SA Japanese fishing company will soon estajb.lis a.Lqar6li
area here. .. -
According to-information from a reliable source a Jap-anese*.
comapny will soon establish a fishibh stdrace area hre. F1iv
who will lay t he ground wirrk and make the necessary pmr
the building of homes Which will :house about 30 .4apI "
and a coldstorage with a capacity of 1,200 tons which will
.for storing fish until it can be transshipped to, Pu6~to
ning, arrived here earlier this week. The team consisteof ~3-
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tors and 2 engin'exrs Mr. EC. Ishiwata is 'th6e h~~i t
(See JAPANESE FISHING on pea-2 .-
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,Saturday It was
J.OdUke,Sr. on July 1;
6 fe.ping to imprb-ve
9eSa& o oncasioal, ..educati ozal and
~itStal conditions of the Windward I
l4i lartiy. advocating against
soo and oppression.
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". are N T.A.
D31OR FEBNCH SWETIOs
' ~r got;
Printers The People' s Printery
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Mr. J.F. York
Mr. Wendford Wilson
Monte Verde 155
Mr. V. Tobin
Mr. David Donker
(Cao~Kiaa fra palg;
TAfe dfidMjg A et
boa. with a orem of
t'Wy 4 l ,1 the
loadgthelir atoh here ,
Acoordig'to our i i on it is s
Speoted that o soon he f shing boa
dock here, the regul Porew ill kavq;"
the boats and&lool a ( s will t
for the purpose of uxalding and- i5'l-
whatever maintenance ~erk may be Teoesary
The ooldstorageas well as the -ah
for the 30 S hye f4i1i
expected t4%eltth h M I 1 d ruot-
od at Point Blanohee
SJ.E.He. DET M,-POR anittPTEIG TO". SAB.
BARMa AT (CE OF ?fILIP'SUIf S LEADING
J.E.Hl was detained by the Police on
June 15, 1963 for attempting to stab the
barman at one of Philipsburg's leading
According to reports J.E.H. who apparent
ly had "one" drink "too many" was dis-
turbing the customers at one of the lea d
ing bars in Philipsburg The custnoers
called the barman's attention to the fac
that they were being disturbed by J.E.H ;
and the barman asked him to leave J.E.
H. refused to leave and the barman put
him out he re-entered the bar and the
barman pu him out a second time -
hardly was he out for the second time tha
he was in again the barman put him out
for the third time, and again J.E.H re-
It was when the barman was attempting
to put him out for the fourth time that
J.E.H. flashhe' a knife and firee" a
stab at the barman who jumped away, just
in time; the knife did not reach his sdin
but out a hole in his shirt in the vioi-
nity of his heart J.E.H. was not satis-
fied and started attacking the barman
with the knife a second time, but the
barman "side-stepped" and struck him
with a chair which sent J.E.H@ to the
floor No stoner was he down, than he
was up. again At this time one of the
-oustdners grabbed him from behind and
the knife was taken fran himj
The Police was called in and J.BH-'
was taken to the Police-station and ai-
Up to press time he was still detained*
Aihbkihop of Milaxn.
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ag. agle S the 262tho- _M__ICAl_'_ S
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j p46i3te Ba09 an' --ill soon start go 5-
Ni is expected that this Airline in the
Sbeg.lnktf will operate twice per week
btutI& B+ Qo.bmi D oino and here and the
Sfi'rS-ry beas 'l, a as U.S. $ 45-. for a
returned ticket from here..t'o S&nto DImntag
SAooording to our information Mr. Cyruis
We Wathey will be -the agent of this Air-
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THE FALL OF BABYLON
Bys Bro. Simon Jeffry
Who is Babylon, is it the Babylon of.
Nebuchadnozzar of old? No* The scriptures
declare that Babylon is the Church who
has all nations drunk with the wine of the
wrath of her'fornication with whom the
Kings of the earth have committed fornioa-
tion and the inhabitants Of the earth have
been made drunk B ev 17s2, ih the fifth
verse she bears the name of Mystery -
Babylon, The Great, The Mother of Harlots
and abominations of the earths
The angel's message from God cried
nightly with a strong voice, saying;
Babylon the Great is fallen is fallen and
is become the habitation or devils and
the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage
of every unclean and hateful bird. Roev
And I heard another voice from heaven,
saying come out of her-my people that ye
be not partakers of her sins and that ye
receive not of her plagues. Bev. 1814
But the scriptures also say that Baby-'
lon has daughters. Who are these daughters
These daughters are the Churches who are
following the footsteps of Babylon, by
braking the fourth Commandment carrying
on their worship on Sunday the venerabb
day of the sun, for which neither Baby-
lon nor her daughters can find aly scrip-
tuxal proof for this worsHip day, which '
the Christian world has,accepted and
therefore they fondly contridict themselves
.by keeping Sunday strictly.
'God plainly say in Babylon and her
daughters He has people in them, and
admonishes His. children to come out of
Apparently Babyloni's in the very
heights. of her power, .pr.esntly, because
she is drawing the world when she moves,
but the Bible plainly declares she is
fallen is fallen. This fall is a fall
frma the spirituality, God has no more
dealing with her although He has people
in there, that is why God is. still plead-
ing with His people to obme out of here
With all her pomp and pride presently
'.*he is now threading on the quicksand of
The words of Jesus should be solemnly
taken heed ofitin theeewiast days of
?i'th' history, read Sb. John 10s16 and
The life of Jesus
rabbis and doctors of'
why they a*sed Him bIth
John 10124. Then came
bout Him and. aid -u
dost thou make upi t
. the Christ tell us. p
in this world in a poor iAa
so the great religions gl e40
not believe Him beoausr
in common with the poot, the pI
considered as out-cast, '4 oo
Son of God come in the line'of
casts. NoH He is not the ChrlAst
hot possible,. let us ga~ s w
He is an imposter*)
But Jesus answer them in St. J
25. "I told you and ye believe
because ye are not of my 's -lA1
said unto you.'
Nevertheless, Jesus gave~i
ing message to the world in
Take up ycur Bibles and .iaif'
selves, and deditate on verse
is the patience of the sawint,
they that keep the Commanfbentu *
and havo faith of Jesus The1 i
of God are those written in Ex
17, including the fourth e
reads: "IRenmember the Sabbath Da t
it holy, etc. .
IRemeber this also; it matter i
holy you keep the Sunday you arS h
shipping God; it's true that any -
oan worship God, that will be 6"
to Him; but that acceptance is
bath keepers who are doing it
not for those who deliberately -n
on God s holy'day saying thiW
Christian Day,'suoh people sho V..
;? the scriptures* Jesus say for "
ye think ye have eternal. life._
they which testify of'le ili.
There is not one verse in the S
back up this presumptiofs "'a8trl
shipping qn Sunday in the plaeos
I will quote fran the book
and Ibvelation page 716 s.~~ad i
ts ander Campbell founder of the M i
of Christ church says
"A Reformation of popery was at
in Europe full three centtrii.rt'
end6d in a protestant hierarchye .
swarms of dessenters, pr-i ci
been reformed into preSbyteri
into oongregationalii, 'ai
baptistism etc., etoa All of t
in their bosoa in thBwti 0o
observances various "
They are' at best a refounuMt .
ahd only, reformation in
trine and traditions tf
the power and progress of the
their hand'P -h
The writer's r e "s ,
ing any longer with i
are too proud~ -04
now dealing wi*# indi B
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21 years of experience
21 years of experience
we only use fresh
What you don't see
Save time and money
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BI~UGHX OUT JNIT.0 THE FOLD EQRE THERS, IS.OWl.. S ),
one baptism by emersion -
When this is done in the Biblical way Twith aolean
heart with the love of 6od inaerted'in-yony birb and
the love for your fell ow oreatures, than Nyi ,0 a
say you have a peasport' for. heaveipe When Jo auLmes
in the clouds of heaven, He will claim His oRwnnd "
you shall bc inoludedy May God help you to surrender
to His will is my sincere wish*
CYCLIST COLLIDES WITS "LIFT" OF FLIJBED TRUCK
SUFFERS SERIOUS INJURY
A cyclist collided with the "lift" of a flatbed
truck which was parked on the Backstreet and had
to be hospitalized because of an injury suffered
According to reports Rueben Fleming while riding
his bicycle home from work at the Little Bay Hotel
on Friday Juno 14, 1963 about 10 pom. collided with
the"lift" of a'flatbod truck which was parked on
the Backstreet, and had to be hospitalized because
of injuries suffered
It is reported that Ruoben just before colliding
with the "lift" had pulled over to the extreme
right of the road to allow a jeep to pass him, he
saw the truck but not the "lift" (which is painted
black and which projects.about 3 1/2 feet from the
body of the truck). In pulling out from behind the
truck he collided with the "lift". The sharp edge of
the"l'ift" 'ave him a bad cut (about 5 inches long)
in the vicinity of his left breast He was taken
unconscious to the St. Rose Hospital at Philipsburg
and did not regain consciousness until the next n~crn-
ing* For a while his condition was considered as er'tl
cal, but at press time even though he was still in
the hospital, his condition was considered as muoh
improved, and the crisis past*
ELECT RIFICAT I ON
The St. Maarten Electric Company is moving ahead
with its plans to' supply more and more people on the
island with electricity.
Posts have been planted from Cul-de-Sac vd* Soagers
gut to as far as the "Guard-house" at Lower Prince's
Quarter. jJid at present the company is busy running
wire from Cul-de-Sac via Seagors-gut to Middle Ie-
gion "Gap", It is expected that in the next month or
so the people of Over-de-Pond will be supplied with
electricity already many persons in this area have
started "wiring" their homes*
When the Lower Prince's Quarter project is oarn-
pleted the Electrio Company will take its power
lines all the way down to the "Beacon" (below the
In order to keep abreast with the ever growing de-
mand for electrio'ity the Comapny has ordered a
third generator with an out-put capacity of 240
At present the Company has two generators of 240
K.W. each installed at its plant at Cay Bay.
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POINT BLANCHE CCNSTRUCTICN CO. CIG, TO
BUILD HQIJS.8 HERE
Looording to information received fra
a reliable source the "Point Blanche Co
-struction Co. Inoi".. a construction canm-
pany which has recently been established
here may sbon build a number. of homes o
Sthe island, which will be sold on a "Be
The plan is to construct, semi-profab
oated houses which will run in a price
range of from Fls. 10,600.-- to fls.12.(
to be paid in 20 years, at six percent
The company has already built its
first house at Simpsonbay east of the
Juliana Lirport. This hbuso consists of
five romes: 3 bed-rooms, a living-room
and a dining-room and kitchen combined;
it is. also provided with a front and bac
porch and a cistern. It is neatly con-
structed and Mr. Roscoe Knipfel, of the
"Point Blancho Construction Co. Inc.",
American, who was in charge of its con-'
struction along *with the local workmen ;
dooorve credit .for .a job "well done".
We were told that there are plans to
build 25 such houses in Simpsonbay east
of the Juliana Airport in the same vici-
nity where the first one has been built.
INST RUC T I ON
By: Benjamin Richardson, a'graduate
of three inericdn Institutes and
senior student of Bennett Colleg
'in Sheffield England: Repairs al
types and models of typewriters
L. oial'corresp.ondence, Office prao
twice, Vocabulary building, Speecl
report, History, Paraphasing,
Scripture, Reading, Writing,
Spelling,' Domestic-science, 6on-
versation, Psychology, Shorthand
Typing, and General knowledge
This program is for those interested
in preparing themselves for employment
ins Office work, hotels, stores, adver-
tising, Handling business letters, making
financial reports, recording meetings,'
executive secretarial responsibilities,
specialized termiology of English, Short-
hand, Rational typing and Impromptu
speaking 6 hours a week practice.
Shorthand & Typing
Elliott Shorthandi- Shorthand-is a faci-
nating and' valuable study. Perhaps no
profession offers more opportunities for
young men and women than that of' steno-
graphj. Shorthand by ole methods, re-
quires from six to fifteen months to
learn* Shorthand by E11lott method can
be learned and efficiently used after a
few weeks of study and practice.
S ..fhional:Typng g
Singers one at a- ti b
reaches has p laeod
way of learning-to .
heart, and one it4w .
n From less eleven
n- systematic course Obf"
nt iglish Grean -4
ri- The English is designed for
dults who find.that they nIedTb
000 understanding of correo.t j. |
their demands in business andr
ITinston Churchill, foreer Pr
of England, was able to influen.9
opinion on many issues through
as a speaker, and writers Be tHe
the thorough study of English g
k his youth help to develop*that'
In dealing with language weo
parts that are used to btid au
S The hfglish language, has thou
words, but all of them fall into
groups or cla cases known as the
Nouns,- Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs
jectives, Prepositions, cnj until lA
Each group has its special wor~k j
Nouns areothe-names of persons, a,
and things. Pronouns take the plaa
nouns. Adjectives and Adverbs helI.
press ideas that give colbur and.
definite moaning to nouns, verbs
other words .
S I teach the general principles_"
S Psychology. Psychology is the
human behaviour. We cannot, fully.
*stand the behaviour of either man.
h animal without reference to'that i3
life. VIhat is behavioun?
Behaviour is the total response
man or animals makes to the .situo$j
life with which-either is confron~4
What men say about the Bible
Woodrow Wilson:"A man has deprilwa
self of the-best there is in.tho .
who has deprived' himself of 4'he4
knowledge of the Bible .
John Wesley founder of Neo tdi
want to knoi one thing Tho w V..
yen how to land ea.f on-tl*v
God himself has condesoena .,i o
way." He had writton.it..do~ .,
"Oh; give me the good.-Boci At a
give me the book of God."
Men olaim -that the Bit l|||
greatest book 6 '* ,
It'o ontainm history, g
logy, law, ethics,
eloqueae; me daineri, .
politioail-eoonomy^ a.d '
th obod&Rd* bf 4>hiu a d
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IUJ4.NDS oP~iaici& ~.~ s.
,Iwa period of Kings Daniel, Solomon,
vided Kingdon of Judea, the captivity
n,. and New Testament history -
of Apostles aEto
s are the symbols of ideas. The per-
who knows and' can use the right words
the right time, has a difinito advantage
r those who are less well equipped*
ee you ever groped fruitlessly for the
ht word at the right timo? The word you
ted may not be difficult or unfamiliar.
t since it didn't come to mind quickly
n you need it, it was not a uosful tool
S". English Conversation
i, English is the most important language
the world today, because it is the most
,dely spoken. It is taught as a second
uage in the schools cf most non-English
ountbiese Many of the political, econoioc
d educational leaders of non-English
OiBuntries have received part of their educa-
tiLon in the universities of England and
Aifmeirica* This is because they realize that
*fgglish is the basic tool of communication
1tA to-day s world.
-Sctae of you may be troubled by forgetful-
igatss88, this can be discouraging in the
..arly stages of lour study. Momcry can be
ii~nined, however, as your studies continue
Irbudents find it easier and easier to re-
Make notes of any important points
Make your notes as brief as possible
Iead carefully the subject matter
Try to understand each point
Do not try to memorise parrot fashion
It is moro important to understand*
My office is now at Galis Bay district
h Thanks for'your interest I solicit your
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ISIJNDC COUNCIL MEETING
PA-Am i -i
rt of Capt, Ke-p requesting per-
to "Import general merchandise" -
nn ID -d
Request of the Ocntral Govri seas O3r
5 lots of land at Sanders (GuLsdeQ-'a)
for the purpose of building hnoes fo
its officials stationed here. Upon
the suggestion of the Chairman the Coun-
cil agreed to sell the Centval Government
the 5 lots of land requested for the token
sum of fls., 5.--
The Council agreed to pay .the Wind-
ward Islands Airways a subsidy of fl.400.
The Council agreed to have the office
of the Lt. Governor airconditioned The
Chairman explained that the purchase and
installing of the necessary aircondition-
ing units would cost Fls. 3365.--o
The me-.tirg ended at 9:10 a.me
C OM ING &
Mr. R.E. Dunker, bookkeeper of the
Electric Company hero left on Tuosday
last for Curacao by K.L.M. Mr. Dunker
who was accompanied by his wife and
children will sped one month vacation in
Curacao with his relatives and friends.
During his absent he will be replaced
by Mr. SJe Salanons.
We welcome Mr. Salomons and wish Mr.
Dunker and his family a pleasant vacation
and a safe return to the islands
.Mr. Rcsco Knipfel of the "Point Blanche
Construction Co. Inc." will be leaving
Sour shores to-eday, Saturday June 22, for
his home in the U.S.A. Mr. Knipfel who
has spent scae time here supervising the
construction of the first semi-prefabri-
cated hcuse built by his company here, at
Simpscnbay, has made many friends during
his stay here who will hatu to see him
If all goes well Mr. Knipfel is expect-
ed back after about three weeks
The' Island Council of the Windward Is-
l*nds, Seoticn St. Maarten hbld a meeting
bO Thursday morning, June 21, 1963 at the
Wtfloe of the Lt. Governor at Philipsburge
i9aibers present were Claudo Wathoy,
bon Peters and L.B. Scot*
1lAbsent were Clem Laboga and John Larmo-
.hASio present was Deputy Chas. Vlaun.
i Lt Governor J.J. Beaujon presided and
ll.eeting started at 9 aemn
i:he following items were handle d
of ariin Cars" operators of
r -rbak'to-sJA' to open an office on
t'ito ,.part of the island Permission
brat P'ortigese residing at CUracao
B 'b&"N1 a l h- r -e Request re-
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Beauperthuy of
"Beauperthuy's Shoo Store" at Marigot re-
turned earlier this week frcm the U.S.A.
where they had spent a few weeks vaca-
tion with their sons (Capt. L. Beauperthu
- U.S. Med. Corps)' and Isuben) and other
relatives and friends*
..We welcome the Boauperthuys back.
Mr. Persy Brown arrived here .on.T:iaT y
last, by K.L.M. frnm Aruba, the purp
of his visit *u to "takeoare of"
matters in 'opannot4 th W t~b
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I "qpany at OaMirac made a,. thai
Vf iw 1i9i island earlier this weLIse
He akLri here on Tuesday last and l: eft. a
on MAidiy by KeL.eM alas
During his stay here he held talks with por
the looal :-ltresentative of "Fatmn, Mr.- tha
Claude ;t. py mor
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PAN AM iRN TO ST. LTUIA VIA SAN JULNJ G
124 milnic .^
f. Col. Valor Byk
forgotten mat of t
o landed!atre and
ted bump. oeiroled
n ei timos in 119 he
e than- two aiaXion
heir dramaiio deoenv
re the Csar used to l
les oc pleted a oosnio'
ho blonde iho flashed-
lo through the oomsni
ne alnoio iUnediately i
The Civil'Aoionauties Board (C*A.B.) re- Primler ii
versed an. ader of last Nov. 9 and grazt-
ed Pan Amerioan Wotld Lirways permission
to serve Ste Lucia, West Indies.
The authority is offeotive until 90 days C1Y DECKEI
after a decision in the Board's pending
proceeding on air services for the entire
Caribbean .area* London (J
The C.A*Be said that in spite of its re* stopped Her
tersal of-.the.earlier order, its-polioy weight cham
remains that special route authority will Tuesday nig
not be granted when an investigation in- figlt was
volving substantially the same issues is under Cocp<
pendinge. fifth rouni
Pan American's C6 flights betweeir"a.an in outdoor
Juan,'Puerto Rioo, and Port of Spain, Tki- Cooper wa
Ald.adby, yway.of ft roiix, St. Maarten, .'.seond rou
Antigu a,-P lointe-a-Pitre and Barbados, pass wornd. khel
almost directly over St. Lucia, and the it, the out
new service w*uld increase flying time only It was tl
eight amiztels, the Board said lIth. knool
No oUS: airline currently serves St -Louisille
Lucia and the only oonne6ting flights at 207 pound
available are those of British West Indies Cooper's 11
Airways and Leeward Island Air Transports Cooper b:
Pan American said that due to the lack feot late
of adequate air service, St. Luoia has floored Cla
been unable-to compete fairly with other for a couno
Leeward islands for the tourist trade after the (
which currently aooounts for about 15 per chase' he:.
cent of its total business revenue. Clay, die
Pan Amerian said it would provide twice launched a
weekly service with jets to San Juan) round and
New York at 830 ar,; making direct oohi- Blood-begar
nation with DC6B service south Simili' Cooper, and
Caewfty sTvioe wculd be provided north- A.glishan
bos d, and Pan A~erican estimated the Ooopor s P
added passenger revenue at more than $127 when the ?f
thousand a earm Approxim
I.til au 8 time as a British airline 0- :'- 880,000 t,
it -the' iAAt, Pah Amric.an also will-
*i reQ o tQeirry Barbado4&.St Luota and *
INVi te traffic as .w4l as TRBOt
ito a.d fkiar Puerto ico oae the thited T
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WINDWARD TISMB OPINION
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S C H E D ..L E S
EFFECTIVE MAY 1. 1963
ARRIVAL JAT T. MAMit-
Sft Juan/St. Croix
PM deloupe/Ant igua
s* Thomas/San Juan
M Juan/St. Croix
b* Thomas/San Juan
4laeloup e/Ahtis ua
. Thanas/San Juan
SiKitt /Curao o/Araba
P" .a/San Juan
S DEPARTURE FBO ST..
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WINDWABD ISLANDS'.. OPINION j. SATURDAY JttNE 22," 1965 to-operate here and will soon start scheduled flights. It is expeoted that this Airline in the beginning will oporate twice per week between Santo Domingo and here and the fare may be as low as U.S. $ 45.Â— for a returned ticket from here to Santo Domingo. According to our information Mr. Cyrus W. Wathoy will be the agent of this Airline Â• ***************** THE FALL OF BABYLON By Bro. Simon Jeffry Who is Babylon, is it the Babylon of" Nebuchadnezzar of old? No. The scriptures declare that Babylon is the Church who has all nations drunk with the wine of the wrath of her-fornication with whom the Kings of the earth have committed fornioation and the' inhabitants Of tho earth have been made drunk Itev. 17t2, in the fifth verse she beers the name of Mystery Babylon, The Great, The Mother of Harlots and abominations of the"earth* The angel's message from God cried nightly with a strong voice, saying, Babylon the Great is fallen is fallen and is beome the habitation of devils and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird. Jtev. 18t2. And I heard another voice from heaven; saying come out of her'my people that ye be not partakers of her gins and that ye receive not of her plagues. Bov. 18i4 But the scriptures' also soy that Baby-"' Ion has daughters. Who are these daughters? These daughters are the Churchos who are following the footsteps of Babylon, by braking the fourth Commandment carrying on their worship on Sunday the venerabi) day of the sun, for which neither Babylon nor her daughters cftn find any scriptural proof for this worship day, which tho Christian world has .accepted and therefore they fondly contridict themsolves by keeping Sunday strictly. God plainly say in Babylon and her daughtors Ho has people in them, and admonishes His children to come out of them. Apparently Babylon'"is in tho very heights, of her power, presently, because she is drawing tho world when she moves, but the Bible plainly declares she is fallen is fallen. This fall is a fall from the spirituality, God has no more dealing with her although He has people in there, that is why God is still pleading with His people to come out of her* With all her pomp and pride presently she is now threading on tho quicksand of her ruins. The -words of Jesus should be solemnly I taken hoed of in these lost days of [earth's history, road St. John 1016 and I other sheep I have which are not of this Ifold* They also I must bring and they %Â shall'hear'my voioe'ond thoBe shall be lone fold one. shephordn '"" The life of Jesus was too humble for rabbis and doctors of the law, that is why they asked Him the question'ln St. John 10i24. Then came the Jews round about Him and said unto Himi "How long dost thou make us to doubt? If thoa be the Christ tell us plainly (Christ'"oarne in this world in a poor and humble way so the great religious leaders could not believe Him, because they had nothing in common with the poor, the poor was considered as out-cost, how could the Son of God come in the lino"of the outcasts. NoJ He is not the Christ, it-let^ hot possible, let us get away with Him; He is an impostor.) But Jesus answer them in St. John 101 25. "I told you and ye believe me not; because ye are not of my sheep as I have said unto you.' Nevertheless, Jesus gave His last warning message to the -world in Bov. 14i6-12. Take up ycur Bibles and read for" yourselves, and deditate on verse'12 j" Here is the patience of the saints, here are they that keep tho Commandments of God and havo faith of Jesus The Commandments of-God are those written in Exod*20tl17, including the fourth Commandment which readst "Bemomber the Sabbath Day to keep it holy, etc. Itemember this also; it matters not how holy you keep tho Sunday you are not worshiping God; it'is true that any day you oan worship God, that will be acceptable to Him; but that acceptance is for Sabbath keepers who are doing Hiss will, not for those who deliberately trample) on God's holy'day saying this is tho Christian Day,'suoh people should sooroh the script ures^ Je3us say for in them ye think ye have eternal lifo they are they which testify of me St. Jhn r 5 39. There is not one verse in the Bible to back up this presumptious action"of worshiping on Sunday in the place of the Sabbath day. I will quote from the book of Daniel and Itevelation page 716s. .Ifcad -what Alexander Campbell founder of the Disciples of Christ church sayt "A Jteformation of popery was attempted in Europo full threo centuries ago; fit ended in a protestant hierarohy, and swarms of dessonters, protestantism has been reformed into presbytorianism, that into Congregationalism, and that into "fcaptistism etc., etc. All of them retained in their bosom in their ecclesiastioal organizations, worship, doctrines and observances various relics of pepary. They areat best a reformation of popery and only, reformation in part* The doctrine and traditions of men yet impair the power and progress of the Gospel in their hands." The writer's re'melfcl "God is not dealing any longer with churches for they ore too proud to come down, but God is now dealing with individuals who are in these churches, individuals who are truthful, who would accept the message* when it is given to' them. Jesus sa$ri "Other sheep havo I, but they must be
WIND;7ARD ISOJHBS OPINION -Â£I R L I N E SCHEDULES COMING FROM* MONDAY Guadeloupe St. Thomas/San Juan San Juan TUESDAY StThoraas/San Juan Ahtigua/st. Kitts Aruba/Curacao San Juan/St. Croix St. Thomas ViEDNESDAY Guadeloupe/Antigua THURSDAY St. Thomas/San Juan Antigua/st. Kittg St. Thomas FRIDAY Guadeloupe San Juan/St. Croix .Aruba/Curacao San Juan St. Thomas/San Juan Guade loup e/Ahtig ua GOING TO: San Juan St. Thaaas/San Juan Guadeloupe TUESDAY St. Thcmas/San Juan St. Thomas St. Kitts/Curaoao/Aruba Ant igua/Guade loup e St. Kitts/Antigua VffiDNESDAY St, Croix/San Juan THURSDAY %Â St. Thomas/San Juan St. Thcmas St, Kitts/Antigua FRIDAY Â• San Juan Antigua/Guade1oupe St. Kitts/Curacao/Aruba Â•Guadeloupe SATURDAY St. Thomas/San Juan St. Croix/San Juan EFFECTIVE MAY 1. 196 3 AIRLINE Air France Caribair Air France Caribair Liat K.L.M. Pan Am Liat Pan An CaribaiT Liat Liat Air France Pan Am K.L.M.Air France SATURDAY %Â '} l Caribair Pan Am AIRLINE MONDAY Air France Caribair Air France Caribair Liat E.L.i.:, Pan Am Liat Pan Am Caribair Liat Liat Air France Pan Am K.L.M. Air Franco Caribair Pan Am ARRIVAL AT ST. MAARTEN 10130 11466 15145 11156 12*20 12*40 14*50 15t25 1 12110 11*56 12*20 15*25 10*30 -1450 15*10.. 15*45 111 56 12*10 DEPARTURE FROM ST. MAARIEN 11*00 12*15 16115 12*15 12*30 1305 1510 15*35 12*20 i 12*15 12*30 15*35 111 00 15*10 15*35 16fl5 12*15 12*20 Â• %Â "Â• L %Â Â—
WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JIKE 22, 1963 %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â .IÂ— Â— Â—Â— I I I I I .^.M I %Â %Â POINT BLANCHE CONSTRUCTION CO. INC, TO BUILD HOUSES HERE According to information received frcm a reliable souroe the "Point Blanche Construction Co, Ino." a construction company which has recently been established here may soon build a number of homes on the island, which will be sold on a "Rent Purchase"basis. The plan is to construct, semi-profabrioated houses which will run in a price rango of from Fls. 10,"000,Â— to fIs. 12.000 to be paid in 20 years, at six percent interest. The company has already built its first house at Simpsonbay east of the Juliana Airport. This hbuso c-cnsists of five romes: 3'bed-rooms, a living-room and a dining-room and kitchen combined; it is. also provided with a front and back porch and a cistern* It is neatly con Â• Â„ structed and Mr. Roscoe Knipfel, of the "Point Blanc ho Construction Co. Inc." an American, who was in charge of its con-' struction along with the local -workmon dosorve credit .for.a job "well done". Wo were told that there are plans to build 25 such houses in Simpsonbay oast of the Juliana Airport in the'same vicinity where the first one has been built. ******************** IN SIBUC T I ON By: Benjamin Richardson, a graduato of three American Institutes and senior student cf Bennett College in Sheffield England* Repairs all types and models' of typewriters Teachesi English,Grammar,Commer<-Â• 1 o cial'correspondence, Office practice, Vocabulary building, Speech report, His'tory,' Pjiraphasing, Scripture, Reading, Writing, Spelling/Domestic-science, Son-' versation, Psychology, Shorthand, Typing, and General knowledge* This program is for these interested in preparing themselves for employment ins Office work, hotels, stores, advertising, Handling business letters, making financial reports, recording meetings,' executive secretarial responsibilities, specialized termiology of English, Shorthand, Rational typing and Impromptu speaking 6 hours a week practice* Shorthand & lyping Elliott ShorthandlShorthand" is a facinating and' valuable study. PeShaps no profession offers more opportunities for y:ung men and women than that of stenography. Shorthand by ole methods, ro: quires from six to fifteen months to learn. Shorthand by Elliott method can be learned and efficiently used after a few weeks of study and practice. Rational Typing The Â•scientific method of training the fingers one at a time in the key-board reaches has p laced the old haphazard way of learning the key position by heart, and one at a* time. From losson eleven onward there is a systematic course of training in the scientific development of speed with accuracy. English Grammar The English is designed for those adults who find.that they need a thorough understanding of correct English to meet their demands in business and social contacts. Winston Churchill, former Prime Minister of England, was able to influence world opinion on many issues through his ability as a speaker and writer* He states that the thorough study of English granmar in his youth help to develop that ability. In dealing with language, words are thg parts that are used to build up sentences* The English languago, has thousands of words, but all of them fall into eight groups or cla sses known as the parts of speech* %Â Â• Nouns,'Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, Adjectives, Prepositions, "Conjunctions, Interjections. Each group has its special work to do. Nouns are-the'names of persons, plaoes and things. Pronouns take the place of nouns. Adjectives and Adverbs help express ideas that give colbur and more definite moaning to nouns, verbs and othor words* Psychology I teach the gcnoral principles of Psychology* Psychology is the study of human behaviour. Wo cannot, fully understand the behaviour of either man or animal without reference to that inner life* What is behavious? Behaviour is the total response which man or animals makes to the situations in lifo with which either is confronted* Scripture What men say about the Bible Woodrow Wilson:"A man has deprived himself of the "best there is in the wprld who has deprived himself of the intimate knowledge of the Bible" John Wesley founder of Methodism! ."I want to know one thing The way to heaven ,how to land safe on the happy shore. God himsolf has condescended to teach the way % He had written.it down in a bookV"* "Oh; give mo the goodiBookJ At any price' give me the book of God." Men claim that the Bible is the World 1 s greatest book* It'c ontains', hi'story, genealogy, ethnology, ldwj ethics, prophesy, ..poetry, eloquence, me dioine, sanitary, soionoe^ political-economy, and perfeot rules for the conduct of Christian, social,, and personal'life* Yea, you can study the "full history of Bible: writers from Moses Joshau, then
f msm VfcjfTSIOB. THE WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION %Â "T Is published every Saturday It was established by J.Hi Lake,Sr. on July 1; 19.59 as. a: means of helping to improve the social; eoonomioal, educational and political conditions of the Windward Is-j lands by advocating against the oause oi injustice and oppression* Â• EDIT OP DUTCH SB0TION* %Â mi Â— ii %Â %Â %Â Â— %Â %Â %Â Â— %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â %Â m I J.H. Lake, Sr. P.O. Box 22; Philipsburg; ? St. Ma art en, N.A. EDITOR FRENCH SECTICNi Mrs. B.'Morales; Marigot; St. Martin; F.W.I. Printersi The People 1 s Printery Backstreet, Philipsburg* SEPRESENTAIIVESt IN ARUBAl IH CURACAOl IN STATIAi IN SABAl Mr. J.P. York Sabastraat 55-A San Nicolas, Mr. Wendford Wilson Monte Verde 135 Willemstad. Mr. V, Tobin Oranjestad Mr. David Donker The Bottom Â—iÂ— SATURDAY jJffE 22-; 1963 JAPANESE FISHING 4 "V" %Â \ %Â (Continued from page $ The fishing fleet will consist of 30 boat8 with a crew of Â£2 men .eaoh and will fish in the Atlan&^c for Tdha~Fish Once in every 4 weeks the jb cats will^afr* load their catch here. I !" '.' According to our information it is ex^"" pec ted that as soon as the fishing boats dock here, the regular crew will leave *'' the boats and-.-local drews will take over, for the purpose of unloading and doing whatever maintenance work may be necessary The ooldstorage as well as the home's for the 30'Japanese families which ejre expected to settle here will be constructed at Point Blanche* ***************** .J.E.H. DETAINED FOR ATTEMPTING TO STAB BARMAN AT ONE OF PHILIPSBURG' S LEADING BARS J.E.HS was detained by the Police on June 15, 1963 for attempting to stab the barman at one of Philipsburg's leading bars. According to reports J. E.H. who apparenj ly had "one" drink "too many" was disturbing the customers at one of the lea dj ing bars in Philipsburg The customers called the barman's attention to the facj that they were being disturbed by J.EH.j| and the barman asked him to leave J.E. H. refused to leave and the barman put him out he re-entered the bar and the barman put him out a second time hardly was he out for the second time thaj he was in again the barman put him but for the third time, and again J. E.H. reentered. It was when the barman was attempting to put him out for the fourth time that J.E.H. "flashed" a knife and "firo'd" a stab at the barman who jumped away, just in time; the knife did not reach his skin] but out a hole in his shirt in the vicinity of his heart J. E.H. was not satisfied and started attacking the barman with the knife a second time, but the barman "side-stepped" and struck him with a chair which sent J. E.H; to the floor No sooner was ho down, than he was up. again j At this time one of the customers grabbed him from behind and the knife was taken from him* The Police was called in and J.E.H." was taken to the Police-station and arrested. Up to press time he was still detained* Montini, Archbishop of Milan. The new Head of the Roman Catholic Church is 65 -years of age and the 262th suocessor of St. Peter. ***************** ******************** DOMINICAN AIRLINE TO OPERATE HERE SCON Aocording to"information reoeived'from a reliable source, the Dominioan Airline "^ Tr tSQUEYA u has been granted permission VOLUME TIGHTLY BOUND
Â— WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JUNE tti 1063 Bay who died on June 16, 1963.i Mr. Percy Brown returned to Aruba on Friday by K.L.M. Mr. Ted Kostsier Kepresentative of "latum" Insurance Company at Curacao made a short: visit to.the island earlier this week. He arrived here on Tuesday last and left on Friday by K.L.M. During his stay here ho hold talks with the local Represantative of "Faturn Mr. Claude Wat hey ******************* FAN AM RUN TC ST. LUCIA VIA SAN JUAN GETS Â• APPROVAL The Civil" Aoronauties Board (C.A.B.) reversed an. onder of last Nov. 9 and granted Pan American World Airways permission to servo St. Lucia, Wost Indies. The authority is offootivo until 90 days after o^ decision in the Board's pending proceeding on air services for the ontiro Caribbean :area The C.A.B. said that in spite of its reversal of: the earlier" order, its" policy remains that special route authority will not be granted when an investigation involving substantially the same issues is pendingÂ• : Pan American's DC6 flights between" San : Juan,'Puerto Rico, and Port of Spain Trinidad,by way of St. Croix, St. Maarton, Antigua, Pointe-a-Pitre and Barbados, pi ss almost directly over St. Lucia, and the new service would increase flying time only eight minutes, the Board said. Ho U.S.airline ourrently serves St. Lucia and the only connecting flights available are thoso of British "rtest Indies Airways and Leeward Island Air Transport. Pan American said that due to the lack of adequate air service, St. Luoia has Â• been unable tc compete fairly with other Leeward islands for the tourist trade which currently aoccunts for about 15 por oent of its total business revenue* Pan American said it would provide twice weekly service with jets to San Juanj Now York at 8i30 a.m., making direct connection with DC6B service south. Similar one-day servioe wculd bo provided northbound, and Pan American estimated the added passenger revenue at moro than $127 thousand a year. Until such timo as a British airline e: ters the market, Pah Amorican also will Â•'be free to oarry Barbados-St. Luoia and Â• Â•-Â• AntiguaSt. Luoia traffic as well as that to and from Puerto Rico and the United States. ************************* COatONAUTS RETURN FROM RSOQBD ORBITS Moscow (AP) Tho Soviet Union's first spaoe girl, hor n ooroflowor blue eyes" sparkling-and her nose bruised, landed safely on Wednesday in Siberia a few hours ahead of her male partner after a history-making orbital duet. Volentina Tereshkova, 26, blonde and dimple-chinned parachutist'new the sweetheart of countless Rusians, covering more than 1.24 millims miles in 71' hours. Lt. Col. Valery Bykovsky, 28, almost "a forgotten man" of the space flight, also landed safe and sound with no reported bump. He circled the globe more than 61 timos in 119 hours and covered more than two million miles. Their dramatic desoent into an area where the Czar used tc send political oxiles completed a oosmio flight matched by no others. The blonde who flashed the first female smile through tho oosminrwas on the telephone almost immediately with a oall from Primier Khrushchev. ******************** CLAY DECKED BUI' STILL STOPS COOPER IN FIVE London (AP) Undefeated Cassius Clay stoppod Henry Cooper, the British heavyweight ohampicn, in the fifth round on Tuesday night as he said he would. The fight was onded because of a deep gash under Cooper's left eyo at 115 of the" fifth round of the scheduled 10-rounder in outdoor Wembley Stadium. Cooper was out under the eye in the "second round and blood gushed fremthe wound. When referee Tommy Little ended it, tho out was a bloody moss. It was tho 19th. straight viotcry and 15th. kneokout for the 21-year-old Louisville slugger. Clay tipped the scales at 207 pounds, heaviest of his oareer, to Cooper's 185 ]/2 Clay was a 4-1 favorite. Cooper brought the huge crowd to its feot late in the fourth round when ho floored Clay with a loft hood to the ohin for a ocunt of three. Tho bell sc unded after the count, and Cooper lost what ohanoe'he: had of getting to Clay. Clay, disgusted at being knocked down, launched a furious attack in tho fifth round and hit Cooper with a rain of blows. Blood"began gushing from the faco of Cooper, and Clay oontinued to hit the Englishman at will. The loft side of Coopor's face "was covered "with blooi when the feferee stoppod the fight. Approximately 50,000 people paid about $280,000 to see the fight. ***************** TRUJILLO KIN BARRED FRCM ENTERING D.R. Mrs. Teresa'Trujillo, wife of Louis Trujillo Reinoso, relatives of the dead exdictator'Rafael Trujillo of tho Dominioon Republio, left Curaoao, tuesday night for Santo Domingo on a Dominican plane but* returned when the authorities refused her permission to entor the oountry. **********************
WINDWARD ISLANDS 1 OPINION SATURDAY JUNE 22. %Â %Â Â• %Â %Â 19.63 Simon Jeff r y Marigot St* Martin THE C-ENSPAL SCOPE FOR t Textiles Ladies \wer (Jents wear Greoeries Furniture Household ware C onfectionary Medicine Cosmetics Lotins Colognes Sweing notions %Â i Soft drink8 Ioe cream // > /> CEHENT BLOCKS 21 years of experience %Â we only use fresh cement* What you don't see ask for. Save time and money BUY AT &*lAt
WINDWARD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JUNE 22. 1963 the long period of Kings Daniel, Solomon, tho divided Kingdom of Judoa, the captivity of Babylon, and New Testament history Acts., of Apostles Eto* Vocabulary building Words are the symbols of ideas. The person who knows and'can use the right words at the right time, has a difinito advantage ovor those who dro less well equipped* Have you ovor groped fruitlessly for the right word at tho right time? The word you wanted may not bo difficult or unfamiliar. But since it didn't come to mind quickly when you nood it, it was not a useful tool of communication* English Conversation English is the most important language in the world today, because it is the most widely spoken. It is taught as a seoond language in tho schools cf meat non-English kountires. Many of the political, eocnanio and educational leaders of ncn-English countries have rocoived part of their education in tho universities of England and America. This is because they realize that English is the basic tool of communication in to-day's world* Dear Students, Some of you may bo troubled by forgetfulness, this can be discouraging in the early stagos of your study. Memory can bo trained, however, as your studies continue students find it easier and easier to ro~ membor. Hints* (a) Make notes of any important points (b) Make your notes as brief as possible (o) Road carefully tho subject matter (d) Try to understand each point (o) Do not try to memorise^ parrot fashion It is more important to understand* My office is now at Galis Bay district* Thanks for'your interest I solicit your oo-ope ration, Bost Rogards, Ben* ************* ***** ISIANDCCUUCIL MEETING The' Island Council of the Windward Islands, Secticn St. Maarten held a meeting on Thursday morning, June 21, 1963 at the office of the Lt* Governor at Philipsburg* Members present weres Claudo Wathoy, Milton Peters and L.B. Scot. Absent we rex Clom Laboga and John Larmonie. Also present was Deputy Chas. Vloun* Lt. Governor J.J. Beau j on presided and the meeting started at 9 aria* The following items were handledt Request of "Martin Cars" operators of "Hertz Rent-A-Car" to open an office on tho Dutoh part of tho island Permission was granted* Request 'of a Portugese residing at Curacao tc ostablish a bakery here Request rejected* Request of Capt, Kemp requesting permission to "Import general merchandise" Permission granted* Request of the Central Government for 5 lots of land at Sonders (CuL-do-Sac) for tho purpose of building homes for its officials stationed hare. Upon the suggestion of tho Chairman the Council agreed tc sell the Central Government the 5 lots of land requestod for the token sum of fls., 5*Â—Â• The Council agreed to pay .the Vfindward Islands Airways a subsidy of f1.5400, Tho Council agreed to have the office of the Lt. Governor alrconditicned The Chairman explained that the purchase and installing of the necessary airconditioning units would cost Fls. 3365.Â—. The meeting endod at 9il0 a.m* **************** COMING & GOING Mr. R.E, Dunkor, 'bookkeeper of the Electric Company hero left on Tuosday last for Curacao by K.L.M. Mr. Dunker who was accompanied by his wife and children will spend one month vacation in Curacao with his relatives and friends. During his absont he will be replaced by Mr. S.J* Salomons* We welcome Mr. Salomons and wish Mr* Dunker and his family a pleasant vacation and a safe return to tho island* : M r. Rcscco Knipfel of tho "Point Blanoho Construction Co* inc" will be leaving % our shores to-day, Saturday June 22, for his homo in tho U. S.A. Mr. Knipfel who has spent some time here supervising the construction of tho first semi-prefabricated hcuse built by his company here, at Simpscnbay, has made many friends during his stay here who will bate to see him go. : If all goes well Mr. Knipfel is expected back after about three weeks* Mr. and Mrs. Fordinand Beauperthuy of "Beauperthuy's Shoo Store"" at Marigot returned earlier this week frcm the U.S.A* whore they had spent a few weeks vacation with their sons (Capt* L. Beauperthuj U.S. Med* Corps}and Iteuben) and other relatives and friends* ..We welcome the Beauperthuys baok* Mr. Persy Brown arrived here on Tuesday last, by K.L.M. from Aruba, the purpose of his visit was to "take care of" all matters in'connection with the death of his father, the late Joshau Brown of Col'
s* OPINION Â•71 :Â•..'. "AMOS IT 1 flA TllCif W J *S,QTE & LABOVR COINER SATURDAY JU.NE 2 2, 19 6 5 Vol. 4 -'NO. 44 Price Fls. 0.25 Â• ..... ...,.. ... JAPANESE FISHING COKANY TO ESTABLISH ST0R..G5 AREA'HERE Â• A Japanese fishing company will soon establish, a_.fJ..shing,..storage area here. Â•Â• %Â %Â a x %Â %Â ~ \ According to information from a reliable source a Japanese fishing .Â•-' %Â -.. Â• %Â ...'. i'i comapny will soon establish a fishing storage area here. Five Japanese who will lay t he ground work and make the necessary preparation for the building of homes which will house about 30 Japanese families, and a coldstorage with a capacity 1 of 1,200 tons which will be used for storing fish until it can be transshipped to. Puerto Rico for aanning, arrived here earlier this week. The team consists of 3 administrators and 2 engineer's Mr. E.C. Ishiwata is the head of the group* j (See JAPANESE FISHING on page-2) I # -* A NEW POPE HAS BEEN ELECTED 1 H Just before going to press news, have reached us. .that a new Pope has been elected. fi*iQ f-D+vT^ n6W ^P e wl10 Dsars tkie name of Pope Paul VI, is th6 former Cardinal UJ7LL -^ %Â -, d