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ST. I4AWSN O-~R.hLLY No .1 iT --SUCCESS
On Sunday last St. Mqarten tad its first car rally th' '
rally which was called "St. Naarten Auto-rally No. 1* l"
sreat success 25 oari and 8p persons took part in tbfl'
and the organizing 'oomOittee consisted of, Mr. J. van 7 -
SMrl. B.J. van Bodesom a-i3 Mr. JA.. Sohouten who were.
S stated by Mt andeiras. B. J. van Bodegom and member.
S iptAltp.bui'r oys.' Brigade. .:.
lThe l rn y aAarted a little beyond the "Welvaarts B
$ rptartivot .v ia the bomrWl IL
L ,naw.ll. ,4
.;: iO&:' t fl t,.
* i ThtFTJ I" S
..P :u ';~r'
lshBd every Saturday--' It
lashed by J.H. Lake Sr. on July 1,
as a means of helping to improve
s oc ial, economic, educational and
0olitioal conditions of the Windward
~iands by advocating against the cause
1r injustice and oppression.
R DIUCH SHITIONs
ii. dlake, Sr.
0. Box 22-
OR F&REWH SECTIONs
The people' s Printery
Tamarindesteeg No. 8
t8 SSs :: : 1 1 :s 8 S11 :3
Sa most amusing affair.
U sweet soap, yours truly
*he end of the rally thi3 parbioi-
,,-nt to the SBa-View Hotel where
re served a bottle of oold beer
s, t delioious dish ofa N-si-
a enjoyed A-1 service given
r Overaeer and his staff.
wire won by the following per-
of BaPoo Po-
p17 OD JOH
2nd. Prizes ..
Teams Van Hul*Wrtew (,-t ,j 4 ,0)
Van Yperen (oi.n dosr E )
Team) Mr. and Mrs, J aen (Mr.
Jansen is m sager t fthe
Windward Islaids Bagk)
Extra premium or a
Mr. Freddy'Hollander (of
Philip sbtrg Utilities)
DANCOWs 1 Lbs makes 3 Ltr of Milk
The Windward Islads' Opinion con-
gratulates Mr. van Bodego and his
Committee for a Job well done.
DELEGATION FRIN, THE SUROPBS PAILIA-
MENT WISIT ISLAND.
On Monday last a Delegation f ra
the European Parlianent. viit&d the
island The Delegati of'rl h:ioh
making a t udy of the Caribbean,, vi*
sited Curacao and Aruba last month
S U R F s EZTA MILD TO YCUR B~P
St. Maarten was not Uasted on the
.Delegation'. ap rCrag i, b b th, mBm.
bers- of the Delegatiba were. o 1-.
pressed by what they had Ile ir a-
bout St. Maarten, first: in land
and then in Curacao, by the Bot. ..
C. Wathey, Representative of t~o Wi~ 1
ward Islands in the Staktenr (Ldqiu-
lative Council) of the ,etPiUe1) :s
Antilles, that they decided to vi-'
sit the island.
49-.bean in every oup ..i- MLAP
. The Deleg ati@ oonasiatd ofd ..
Marocilies (Preaident-), S.A. -Fosthta
mus (VicePresid'ea ). B 'CaiAtieir,
He. Kqeaig HIiiane Ie,'a.seatat, L.
MtaEBr;', 6 d, tr]-i &.
Car'ebi, K. i.ah KSpr .A.
Mat4at, and ard rar *t
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t o. -- :: _= o m- .
oo YOUt nQ O raO pUsTE aZThp WCWIWo*rGt
Then, awe V3TlO0 BRIL Ei Cole Bay
wiwasdr ai9_of the ondJsion=. year oar.
s. or roof 4 .d the oapdtiion. qt your
furettirf ii. B L Ir. ill 6 yo'
a firfrs oalriF" 3
Whatever your 'upholater needs are jusb
oontaot VIC TO R ..B B L
Saw. yoar oar seat aid furniture look-
ing .r, for CMBIS=AS All wiork_'.is
done at REALONABL PRICESl.
the Nethqrlands Antid lles, A.C. Wathe
The Mirbt of Maegot.* Dr. E Petit,
Daes ies-'iai~o. h er and Milton'
P.*r~; Flrtt, -s6a Thnto, Tird and
Forth Deputy Mar ir-6 t Marigot, F. -
ahoisa, Jeffry, -. Que.el and
E-rMingo, reageotively, oAting -3t*.
rGorvnor and leandeouncil member
Chas* laun and IslAftdoouncil mew.
Oers, Clem labe.ga ad L.B, -bot.
like a whisper ... g3VB p
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'fte .roup then made a trip around
the island, with stos at the follow-
z1g plaoess Border (historio point),
Rapgtit (urMani atoanf), Gdn Case
a .-Ut tfi.. tt a 3adl..:. tISon,
Sl ai1r i 's
,P) t ..i 3a.i (boS.wr4. pier;
.whieh i -s i
wreo giv, o l
the plan to.0
so abay. UTamoi'r
At 4 p,,. tla ,
departed bly 1
Ao ordi p to
from a r~iab
Balagatio A wa
imprae sed with
and au rV ebd at|
to assi4b ,eaa
island. ^ jc
C o M M.3 )I
StPPORT When on X
1963, tbh IN
ITI oSmmo ".
p ebde me6
be extended to the six *i
Netherlands ~ AtiUbesk
- ean part of the It l&ga,
bration will aaTWri "t '
ings of gratitideA,
o T*b 0rFx^ ?orl Mih
to IrN UD
to g agl~'
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oedure applied in. the Netherlands An.
S tUljs. The. unity of the two parts of
.the Kingdoa reached its olimax on Deoem-
her 15th, 1954, when H.M. Queen Juliana
authorized a new legal order'*hich gave
the right to. both the Netherlands An-
tilles and Surinam to promote their own
interests quite independently. The auto-
nomy of each of the countries-was laid
down in a statute to the effect that in
future each part of the Kingdom was to
'i ~ ~~ ~- --. .- ..- ..- -. ..- -. .
R LIBBY'S Milk, read & save the label
1 be governed according to its own con-
The Statute introduced a period of
great solidarity between the Netherleads,
Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles.
The Antillean Posts will will emphasize
this fact by the issue of a special post-
age stamp on the occasion of the 150th
anniversary of the independence of the
Netherlands. This stamp has been de-
s signed by the Netherlands artist R.D.E.
I enaar, who aLso designed the three
commemorative stamps to be issued'by the
Netherlands Postal Services, Nov, 21,
1963, The price of the stamp is NA f~.25,
exclusive of forwarding charges.
Size of the stamps 31.55x32,2 mm
size of the designs 27.55x27.55 mm
papers without watermark
gummings Arabio gum
sheets of 10x10 = 100 stamps
printing techniques photogravure
printers: Joh. E ashed6 & h1., Haarlem,
Colour of the stamps green, black and
How To Order The Postage Sctamps
Orders should be forvaided to's
Postmaster, Willemstad, Curacao,
Orders for USA $100.--, or more,
should be accompanied by a bank
draft or a certified. cheque; fbr
smaller orders, postal money or-
ders are suggested.
Letters containing USA dollar
SAPOLIN VINYL MASONRY PAINT Resists weather Mildew fading
SAPOLIN CHASIS BLACK PAINT for chasis and under finder
SAPOLIN VARNISHES quick drying LIGHT O0K and SPAR VARNISH
LATEX PAINTS for your walls in 16 beautiful cahades
For further information contact the man "LILDAN"
This man worked at the large factory where these products
are manufactLred specially for the tropio for 9 years
.Timo payments arranged if necessary.
S.. J OHN
3FEN FOR DANCE BOOKINGS, PAYWi& IN ADVANCE
la l' OPAINION__,....... .
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bill should be registered.
L7 Correspondence by air mail is re-
o ommende d.
7 1e7nittance would be sufficient to
cover the amount. of the "order plus
postage and bank charges, if any.
SInternational reply coupoqp are
accepted at NA f0.20 each' bank
cheques are exchanged at the':rate
of US. $1.-- = NA f 1.87; dollar
bills at the rate of USA $.--
NA f 1.85.
Postal Service of the Nether-.
ST. MARIN'S DAY
The French and Dutch sectors bf St.
Martin will again join together, for.
the fifth time since the signing of the
315 year old treaty between the free
inhabitants of the northern and southern
parts of the island, in celebrating on
November llth, 1963, the anniversary of
the discovery of the island by Christo-
for sound and style N R DM EN DE
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The Discovery Day celebration is al-
ternately held each year on the French
sector af the island and the Netherh nds
Antillian Sector. This year the Nether-
lands Lntillian sector is again pri-
vileged to take charge of the activities
on the Netherlands Antillian side.
On this day, everyone is requested to
display the National Colours and to
participate in the religious services as
well as the official ceremonies and
festivities of the day.
The Government of the French and Dutch
s:des of Lt. Martin have excused their
respective employees from work on this.
day, in as far as the essential services
permit, and private concerns are request-
ed to cooperate and grant their kiployees
By' Island Resolution dated September
27th, 196S, No. 245 the following per-
sons have been appointed ia the "Caomit-
Stee. of lth NB-vember, ~r'
I ,A 7 A
I' :~B~Bvil k=n
Mr. J. Illidge
Mr. P. Streefkerk
Mr. P. Latten
06.30 A.M. Church S
07.00 A.M. COhtrh S
07.30 Lh6. Church S
08.00 LA.. Church S
brvice .oA t
h of lk fgoat
ervioo in the -.
tCh r of Cha ,o
ervioe in the .
Methodist Church of NS
09.00 AAM, Commemoration Cere6o0
at the Monuiaen 1848 p
1948, at the Border.
Participating in this :.
ceremony will bes
French Military Tr ':'.
The Gendarmes ofa
St. Martin, Nt
Antilles Polioe Deptf
Boy S3outs, Boya' Btr"
gade, as well As
Philipsburg Caum .
Brass-band. PFlalt it^ e
bute and speeches by .
L1. Governor of the boh
part, Mr. J.J. Beaau3J ;'
and the Sous Prefrt of
the French part Mr... ',i
Toast, given at e thea ,1
Philipsburg for invt;
SIGIJ/JL toothpaste does 2 jtdbu _I
11.00 L.M. Toast given at the
at Marigot, in.knitBFoR
the Ancient Comatat !
Parade organic sd b~
"St. Maarben Pi t0T
ti lliam, t .
ending at tb t.
cu i ;;'. ... '"
Presentation of, the a t
the Captain of. ihI w
football team b.y is EoiR
the Lt. Governor"of the
Windward Islands, J.J. Be
Final judging of the Groul
and Floats that partioipal
in the "Festival" activi-
Fireworks at St. John's
Public dance at tbe St
John's Ranch at Cti-de-
Sac in which many bands wi
11th of Novem-
S Drinks and
a o- ks will be
a sale during
SBall fiel and
Smany tents will
in general is
"' cooperate in
making this day
a very event-
( Press Release
MTL E T. T E R S
i T E
*H *****D**I***T ***
COLD STORAGE AND FP
the Responsibility of the Editor)
St. Eustatius N.A,
October 24 1965
pah "the follow plingin your
n'ea* ,p-per of the Catho-
State atn i t2 ai i ,
Sg i rs .g*.-A.s.
41r I'm not C idbt of af lpafi a-
lar ouroaji, but I b-1f-l iw
aul- FathErhooDl f GodGac dt B
Shood of an, and tfi lkafa te
Ghyroh is ptrvi g that thiy e
ps what they preaoh.
te what is .ti Mmatter with the 'Pbeast
ant Churohes?. y. :are theyy hidi~,be-"
hind..saoe moreent Th majority '.
Negroes in hg-rioa and absl India l
are Prote6tats, but mott of tSh-
ohurches in these places williaeUl
a man to kill you and than 90e to
your funeral shedding Iraoodile
i1 tears. Why don't they stand up for
to stand up for
they want is
TRADING COMPANY and missionary.
meetings, and t
their i gatherings s
- Philipsburg 'and several other
You have to
rchandise admire tfie iAl
Catho o CGhuroh;
Household arti- for they have
les Hardware by their aoti.as,
and that aocordirs
Suitcases to the Bible it is
better to gi4e
s & Children than to r
But, the o- -
site; and in-
RESH VEGETABLES stead of using
on their pulpit;
CGJNER they shpold4'pt
-"GIVE AD 1W'0
instead of "GOD IS LcOV -
A gemnan writer raoe wrote that~i ,
man who is afraid to stand up for h.-
rights is at sla..
Now plea s doM't misaundsiata k1
not a Catholia, bur by thpiir .
you s iatl o tbm.aM thd
"a. arbtinm i
Bys A. Tk, I ige .
Col~nbus and a frifAr hi dia.-
oo"ee In &ra^ A 1 oile
with 1o aIrb. A l-.y tfat in la n hert,
eand a l-ooricore a wIOar 4
-t i fotti*g Ahi d 'iO 4n ,
FPnlso and Dzboh, who lv p h obhar
oh, a0 Iwoh- ounbrat 0 oA4letr
the 4Q year of t#h isO f$disoaer O
batoidel to this, it i aid 516 asr.
sinsae e ..e treaty has be1 signed
betweenh th Prench aid'iv9t .eA It is0
indeed; fitting that we 2elebg ate altes
natively these to hi ftorio eaitsa,
Every oitisen, atght to feel protal
Frun'h and Dutoh, liTing *O an Island -
with an area of 9800 H Hotaes divided
by. a frontier oimhbrnz part ;
Hectares Southern part 4000 Heotaree -
Ther'. ir sbsolttely -no room for nothing
but Ladf .
Ilb his a.l kind o 'hituan prob'm s to
be scaWid; industrial, political, eoo-
nmijo, ftancialans r ,igiotaU Thsfe
probls ooanoQt be solved by hate,. or
by Canfliot or fore. They say be sir-
pressed s8ae way pr otier, but if they.
are to b&b solved they ast be solved
in a pAirit of iaial 0o-operation, of
friel43y assooiatit antd aof onsItitation
with a ftisd lpao e of doing justioe
and establishing Mprty a*a0 men,
ThM are .the tI*ad nl aptimr fowunda-
tiba Iof pee '
It4 st not be forgotten, 10aoe it-
self, te not the achiewiab of an i-
rme~b ideal i i :i t ta p Liberby,
3R. MLJRTEN HAiMB
Tos otevedores Bargeqrs
We are aware that a are
age of the pilterage to i
landed at this port is oc
satve~P oreg, barSeQoren
Orer the years mna
taken to prew.n t this-t
1iy the szeuts are far tr
tory. In the mentiwm e t4
Philipabrg har b~' giW(
MaOW, wi*tf reaudoh i.U
have ma-e' 3stel0 Iriea'"
preOiew' as a ,oo.
* tt a-po rt; '
" '1^r^ ^ -
mUR ND nD
the aranw gEBte. f.
maio the w .tre of
People & a. Maartat g
Duthol a third objeot t.
by educational feature
mote, the assami~Lation
hiLtory of a oity,- or
nation oonduoes to lovea
oivio pride and loyalty,
bind a people tcg th.r,
still more haonagns ani
*bab ility AMd la st, buti:
it umkse the inhabitant 9,
titans, by hWlding up to
lofty traditions-.to intei
affection and inspfie trhi
8 T. MLART EN HARBOUR & TRANSPORTATI O.N
PHILIP S URG
ROYAL NETHERLANDS STE/MSHIP 00..
(fortnightly direct service from Europe)
(monthly direct service from New York
In order to improve our service to parties receiving cargoes
per one of the above steamship companies or any other steamship
company represented by us the following system of delivery of oar-
goes to consignees has been established as from November let.,
1. Present documents giving you title to the cargo
in question in our office in Philipsburg.
(Original bill of lading or Bank Delivery Or-
2. In oar office you'will receive a white and a
red deliverl-slip, against which cargo will be
delivered to you on the pier. The white slip
has to be signed by you and will serve as our
receipt, together with all your remarks.
The red slir is yours and may be used for your
purposes, su-ch as claiming damages and shortages
noted there, etc.
3. When you caurot come yourself .to take delivery
of the cargo, youth representative, for instance
your truck-dliver, besides the documents men
tioned above, must'present a written authoriza-
tion signed by you, and authorizing him to take
delivery of the cargo on your behalf. Swh authori-
zations can be obtained in our office.
Please note that exceptions on the above rules
will not be allowed.
WIth your cooperation, we are sure the abova enmarateod .sy-
tem will prove to be a subooess, an. will help -se to rs4 e. ha
ages 8and damages to datgo, while wtongtue doel1ri a*
be'* .. Ub f the'pat, in the inter, "i'
C 0 RP N V .
pawdona OCaeque*iial prison ernteneoos
oan be expe~.oq 0
Copies of ftthia~s orandvr .lI be dis-
triburted -sionn al 'iamployeet oe nedi
and their repematie fore "asr rei ugen.lb
ly requested to emphasize the -ifportanoe
hereof to his ten.
signed N*C. tWathe
next, tshe is.the gist of
Mrs*' J svan tp a dp
The ohae ig MItMBMss
friend of pretty Miss Ilt
Hekid, a ms ber of the
newspaper, told our repmr'OW
likes 9. Maarten very .-'W~e*
people are so friendly l. f
of thaem" said Miss Basck
The wndard Islandrs'
weloames Miss Barker in ouir
wishes her an enjoyable beta. ,:
-. ."* .:i
GOING & COMING
-Mr. and Mrs. Harry foger 'io' New
York will be leaving by Caribfr this
morning for homes Mr and M'r Rogers
who arrived here a week ago Stayed at
Windsor. where aooording to their own
story, they had a most enjoy3tle stay.
The .Rgers who are lose f4.Wnds of
Mr. Charles Ttwill, a frequent visitor
of the island, said that thig- as their
first visit to the island, b t' it oer-
tainly will not be their lasfoi
The Windward Islands' Opinion wishes
the Rogers' a safe trip home and lock
forward to seeing them back nWt year.
-Mr. Victor Monsanto, reoez y return-
ed from a lng vacation (4-m46 hs) in
the U, 8,, Mr. Mnsanto, is an effi-
oient and capable young detec'bve at-
tached to the Polioe Dept. h,, and is
the first native to fill thi. position.
He' will take up duties again*g n Nov.
We welcome him baok and wish him a
long and productive term of aeqvioe on
the island. "
-The charming Miss Juliana Julie"
Peters of Cole Bay returned h6t on
Tuesday from Curacao where sl .ewas va-
Miss "Julie" is the daughter f Mr.
and Mrs- H. Peters of Cole BI nd one
of the best beautioiaAs on tI) island.
She is.looking just fine.
The ingdward Islands' Opiniqn welcomes
her back in our midst,
-The attractive i Ca. n eIkBarker of
Sb. eittW is at pI ~Joe.i~ g
her^ TMOM BaifR- 3t~~ of
^gA*.e^. sa ,i~i i^J--.^f M-l~~~pl .I' tjI
| *^^f ..-~hl ,tB jBlktF ~KaBB^BiiB ''uB m |Br
FL EMM ING -
BE L L
+ + ++ +
On Wednesday Ootdr 50, 15]s 7
Rose Melonie Flanming and M -l wm0m&a
Ruben Woods exhanged mari~"p 10.
The civil rites were perfor bat I
C. Williams at the Court-nhba.,, %
Philipsburg at 3 pom. and tbh re~Ui
gious ceremony took place at th I .
A. Church a t Seager's Qut bat i
p.m. Pastor Edward ArBher .ouda'iiUwC;
The bride was given in .in
her step-father Mr. C. P ,yn..
Mabel Woolds, sister of the
groom was the maid-of. hacowP', bri l'k
maids were, Miss M. Woods, Mi -& *|
Wesocat, and Miss Charliene sUUB .
The ushers were, B. Willias, Me
Philips; and B. Woods.
I reception was given at the hqae .
of the bride's mother, Mrk 0O P)
at Eager's Gut.
We congratulate the young oouple
and wish them much suooess.e
HERBERT GRIP F $
Cn Wednesday Nov. 6, 19
Lilian Irene Herbert and I
Nathaniel Griffith were J(
Mr. Griffith is a uativ
Kitte who has liwed .~i -
years and is uwll kenI a
'otp4s^ a^ iR p ^^& ^^^^flK^^tpy^mS
___ CL_ I_ _l~C __CI__ MOM
The civil rites were performed by Mr.
0. Willilmns at the Court-hall;at Phi-
lipsburg at 19 a.m. and the-~itnesees
weres Islandoomunil member L .t Soott
ad..Bditor of this newspaper, J.H,.Lake.
4 s 10s30 a.me the religious; ceremony
were qoaduoted at the Methodiat.Churoh
ft Caoe Bay by Rev. K. Khan, Supt. of
the Methodist Church here. The bride
was giT.n in marriage by L.Bi Soott,
1Mrs, L.B. Soott was the maid-of-honour
and J.fH Lake was the bestmanl for the
The reception which was honour by the
present of Lt. Governor J.J. Beaujon
was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Cannegieter at Philipsburg.
The couple who.-will reside pn the
Baoketreet in Philipsburg received many
valuable and useful girs,.
The Windward Islands' Opinion oongra-
tulatensGrifftrand Lilian and wishes
them.p.uh success as-man and wife,
I. ita A***** a
-HBE EDITOR OF THIS NE~SPIPER
LEFT THE ISLAND ON FRIDLY
FOR A SHORT VISIT ABROAD.,
'BpiAUSE OF .THIS THE NEWS-
PAPER WILL NOT BJE PUBLISHED
O SATUDAY NO. 16, 1963.
INSTEAD THE NEXT ISSUE WILL
B& PUB MRED ON SiTURRAY NCV.
23, 19639. ".
Edit a -Publishe r
lY ANTENNA FOR CHANNEL 4 TO *GO
S I, 'P TION T SOON
the next 7 to 10 days special
oariyM.a aptxeIa, beamed to
.. ~ tetatino at. Puerto
~ ~ ~ ~ I "":
JOHNSN WARNED RUSSIANS -
ROTTERHDMs Vioe President Lyndon
Johnson warned the Russians on Tues-
day, that although the Soviet Union
oan win American Friendship that it
oan also provoke our hostility. "
Johnson and his wife arrived froB
Luxingburg as the Berlin oribis over
the hold-up of -an Amejrioan troop
convoy deepened as W.stern envoys
conferred with Mosoow and Bonn to
seek a solution.
Johnson shook hands Texms style
and handout ball-point pS "4Ppreap
ly imware t 4k iai
gi4e 5 i 4--.sjrA
being installed on t thetp of "the
Fort Hill, by the Philipabrg
Utilities Co. of Philipdburg and
equipment which ootst: 4,000.--
U.S. arri ved earlier.this week.
Sane months ago the Phllipdburg
Utilities Co. had the first tele.
vision relay antenna installed an
the Fort Hill It is beamed nu
channel 6 television station at
Puerto Rico, and because of it,
television owners here;are able to
get good reception from Ohannel
6. This station is operated by the
Government of Puerto Rico and its
programs are more of a cultural and
Channel 4 on the other band is
privately operated and its program
are more of an entertaining nature -
It is on the air from 11 a.m. until
10 or 11 p.au, and one can enjoy '
sw;a exciting programs as, boxing,
horse-race, wrestling, dancing, live
shows eto. It is one of the most
popular television stations in Puer-
In connection with'the installa-
tion of this antenna, Philipdburg
Utilities Co., is offering a special
Christmas campaign, starting on
November 12', 1963 and ending on
December 31, 1963 During this
period anyone oan purtlase an
EMEPSON television set for only fle.
412.50 This price includes, msst &
antenna plus installation at the
home of the buyer*
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T o" WIN;
W. BOEI E
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S ,. M A A .:J
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PLYOOD all mizes
REPEIGER~TORS WAITING MACHIN3
STANLES WINDOWS Glass and Allaminl
NATIIAL BISCr ETS a d 4WBR COLA
TOPIGA8S the hottest gas in tow~
PETGOUT oars and piok-.ups
ALSO DON' T FORGET
On your way to the Airport drop in and fill up at
Our well stocked service S ation
We have auto-motor parts for JMLL NWES of cars
0ome and see for YOUAELF
we-wg.y deliveries phone your-order-to No. 2217
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DO YOU IMT TO SBE HORSERACE ETLING BCKMG DACING LI
3HOWS AND TI0 OR THREE PICTURE ,DLY IN YOUR RDOUM ITI XT,'Jw. I .
IN YOUR AST CHAIR AND EN JOY ALL THIS, EVERY DAY, WITHBO= AO'TBLLY
LEAVING THE HOUSE ????????
HOW CAN YOU DO IT ?? 1R-N 7? WHI.T DOES IT COST ??tt
THE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES C(PLIPY INC., IN FRONTSTREET, PHILIPSBUB ,
OFFERS TO ALL HER CUSTMER-S AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL, AS A PQCIAL
CHRISMASB CAmPAIGN, FR(M NOVREBER 12TH tNTIL DEC3BER 31st 1963s
M E R 8 0 N TELEVISION SETS WfITZ SIXTEEN INCH SSEM, MAST & ANTUNA,
INSTALLED IN YOUR HOUtSE, FOR ONLY FLS. 412,50
IfAT' S MORE. ...FOR CASHPAYMENTS A SPECIAL .DISOUNT OF.20% IS GOlrED
MAKING THIS SET YOURS FOr. ONLY FLS 330,2- L4IlAlLLLI&A&I
THIS PERSON TELEVISION SEI T !J FOUR OTHER MODELS ARE DISPLAYED IN THE
SHOmASES OF PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES COMPANY IN FRC(TSTR8ET, PHILIPSBURG.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN PLANNING TO B T L T.ELEVISICK SET, NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY YOUR SBT AT TBE PHILIPSBU'JI UTILITIES CO. PAYILMETS ( INSTALIMET
CAN ESLILY BE ARRANGED.
DON'T PAY MOREJ.. .... R3E 3ER THAT THE UTILITIES GIVES
Y(U SERVICE CS YOUR TELEVIIION SET I
TAKE THIS OPPORTWITY BY IVlKING UIE OF THE SPECIAL CHRISSMAS CMPAINI
OF THE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO. IN FRONTSTREET, PHILIPTSUG.
BE US, FOR A FREE DDlONSTRATTCO.
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DO YOU WANT TO SEE HOPSERACE WRESTLING BOXING DANCING LIVE
BHOWS AND TWO OR THREE PICTURES A DAY IN YOUR HOUSE T?? SIT BACK
IN YOUR EASI CHAIR AND IEJOY J.LL THIS, EVERY DAY, WITHOUT ACTUALLY -
LEAVING THE HOUSE ????????
HOW C N YOU DO IT ?? W 'EN ?? WHI.T DOES IT COST ?????
THE PHILIPSBURG UTTLITIES CC0AP.11 INC., IN FRONTSTREET, PHILIPSBURG,
OFFERS TO ALL HER CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL, AS A SPECIAL
CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN, FROA NOVB. BER 12TH UNTIL DECEMBER 31st 1963s
SE M R 8 0 N TELEVISION SETS ITH SIXTEEN INCH SOREE, MAST & ANTBWNA,
INSTILLED IN YOUR HOSE, FOR ONLY FLS. 412,50
WHAT' S MORE.....FOR CASHPAYMEITS M SECIAI .DISCOUNT OF 20% IS GBINTED
MrAKING THIS SET YOURS FOr ONLY FLS 3~0,- Jlii liALL&&&LA&
THIS WTERSON TELEVISION ST !YJ';. FOUR OTHER MODELS ARE DISPLAYED IN THE
8HOWASES OF PHILIPSBURG UTILIiES COMPANY IN FR(NTSTREET, PHILIPSBURG.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN PI/NINGE TO Br L1 T.iLEVISICN SET, NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY YOUR SET AT THE PHILIPCBURj UTILITIES CO. PAYMENTS (N INSTALIMENT
CAN EASILY BE ARRANGED.
SDC' T PAY MORE..,..,r -.AE3ER THAT THE UTILITIES GIVES
YCU SERVICE C3 YOUR TLEVI-ION SET I
TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY BY IlY1ING UTE OF I'E SPECIAL CHRISiMAS CAMPAIGN
OF THE PHILIPSBURG UTILITIES CO, IN FRONTSTREET, PHILIPSBURG.
E E US, FOR A FREE DRMONST.RLT-i TEL; 2256 FRC(TSTREET
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