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OAofital conditions of the Windward Ia-
gis by advocating against the cause of
atmustice and oppression.
JsJTO R DUECHJ SECTION:
.0. Box 22,
St.. Maarten, N.A.
SsITCB FRaNCE SECTION:
m. lr. B. Morales,
i Printers: The People's
eeg NA 8
As we start another year it is fitting
wt we take some time out to say; Thanks
I ur readers for the support and coopera-
Swhich you have given us in the
h To wish you all a Happy New Year
,to reassure you that with the help of
Ab-JAmighty we shall continue to report
w as it happens irrespective of
the past year the Island ( Dutch
has seen much improvement:
Werk on the new tenninal building
at the Juliana Airport as started
and should be completed in the next
.. th or so.
j)al telephones bave been installed
on the deep-wwateis pier at
t Lan~Ab as progressed well
pa'L at should
:in Marh 1964.
the many goe-t
individual, -h-: ip
For some it has been as gil d ya a"
during which many of tther dre favi
been realized and for others it has been
a bad year, during which they have en-
countered set-backs, disappointments and
But; for all; those who had a good
year as'well as those whb had a bad one;
1963 is now history, and what has been
written on its pages cannot be changed -
Let us therefore look ahead, with re-
newed Strength, with firn Jaith-in God
and with full Confidence in ourselves -
Let us make the resolution NOW to do our
part, however small that part may be, to
make St. Maarten and the world a better
place to live in.
The Windward Islands' Opinion once a-
gain wishes all a Happy and Properous
New Year Thanks you for the support
given in 1963 And solicit your con-
tinued support and cooperation during
New Bridge Needed At "Breakwater"
The bridge at "Breakwater" leading to
the Little Bay Hotel is in a deplorable
condition, and has been so for the'past'
months In August 1963, we were inform-
ed by the Authorities that a new bridge
would soon be built-to replace the old
one This news was published and every-
one was glad that something would be done
about this hazardous condition.
But alas, four months have past and
nothing has been done about this bridge.
And it is now in a worst condition than
it has ever been.
We realize tL-at the Authorities may be
busy with other things But, is it not
true that much is being done to encour-
age tourism? And is it not also true
that this.bridge leads to the largest
tourist hotel on the island?
Considering the above facts, it is our
opinion that it is of the utmost im-
portance that a new bridge be built at
"Breakwater" ie are therefore appealing
to the Authorities to have a new bridge
built at "Breakwiter" as soon as possi-
STOP IT NOW1
In an Editorial 'of Saturday October 5,
1963, entitled: "FISH SHOULD BE SO)D IN
TEE FISH M.laE" we called the atti-
tion of the Authorities to the bad hait
adopted by the fishererm, of selling eir
fish anO gromdatO % ar
.Aif m^ "lte t~i^
WINJ lAR ISANIJ' ~IN IN SAU~DY Jd~ 4
made to have this undesirable practice
discontinued Three months have past
and our fishernin are still selling fish
on the ground at the "head" of the "Fish
As pointed out in the abovementioned
editorial, it is not only un-sanitary to
have fish lying on the ground But, in
the immediate vicinity where our fisher-
uen have chosen to sell their fish on the
ground are located:
(a) Pan American World Airways Office.
(b) Two of
(c) A modern
(d) A modern
The above are
all places which
what can make
a worse impress-
ion on a visitor
than the feeling
that no attention
is paid to un-
ST. MAARTEN TIR.D
Ladies, Gents &
COLD STORAGE 11D FRESH
S Once more we Prop. JeP. CO
are forced to
call the atten-
tion of the
Authorities to this undesirable condition
and make an appeal that something be done
to stop it N 0W .
coMiLMS ON TIT CEiIST RS PLAY
By L.J. (Marigot, St. Martin, A.F)
It is indeed saitsfaotory to the uew-
bere of. thbPe CeOaittee to have been
l e .
of the events that Lmmorably malUmel
the birth of our Christian era.
Congratulations can never be
to this body of organizers and ,.
participants who did within the-:
of their ability to enhance a deel
spirit of Christaas in the heari- *
those tlkt were present. The p7WXp
tion -.as unique altogether; ev4tv
tLe wave of interest varied, th:
of the multitude gathered demonst
that they were absorbed in the ac|
It must be .
in the meat'
a plausive l'
yet is is n4
I~G COMPANY of its fault
fied a node
Philipsburg more than t
dise- must be e
that the cma
ehold arti- entertainment
- Hardware different fro
oases slighting of-
fact led to
Children nation that (
There are I
from the pr
VEGET1BLES life Catal
which did I
to the ataii
NNER the play; th
nises en sea
ton of greeting, and the steel
tertainr.ent; the Btthlehemites ..i
rant of shaking hands as a fon
ing ecch other, and the steel
unfair representation of the
which they were entertained;
rowings caused the dramate e.
minimized, and did not se i
since these tended to m ia
mind from the little tow eof.
a today's emniron~ue i ~l .
Our world is cons
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WINDINfXGD ISLiDSD O1 IN ION
W' INrL-IL ISL-IDSG' 0. lJlJN l 4
'' White Bread Ye
, .'"Whole Wheat Bread Ye
.Rye Bread Ye
Sandwich or Hamburger Buns Ba
'eane or Hot-dog Buns
S__TU2DAY JAN. 4, 1964
allow Coconut Cake
allow Orange Cake
allow Chocolate Cake
ston Pineapplei Cake
spberry Filled Jelly itolls
und Cakes, various assortments
Icecream sandwiches Toffee krunch bars
Icecream bars Deluxe fudgesicles
Flavours: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strewberry, matter
alnond, Cherry vanilla, Vanilla fudge, Neapolitan,
Coffee, Cherry nuL,et, Vanilla orange.
ALSO DI ;TI TIC ICECAMt i
ICECG'1I' stocked in 3-onz. to 2 1/2-gallon containers
C A N D I ES In Various Assortments
F O 0 S T O N S S H.O P
FRO ST N S S HO P
Close to Wharf
.D.. &-COLD STORAGE
I r-I S aarten
to,'ay, and it is for this reason why
,producers should be aware therefore of
irrelevant parts that might be introduced
in our representation of long ago events;
probably the producers thought these
night have lessened the ennui, and
In literature there is a- term- anach-
rcnism which is the Lesease that many
renown dramatists suffered from; the
playwright is gu@Ilt of. 0wjwu
he borrowed ce
goen ttime 4
to' t.. '-"
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POLA oID ;
Photografic & Eleetronic
Equipment fre: every
Corner of the World ....
-SINT MAMiEN -. AURBA -
ALB B19 91
The N 'th e r la *
Complex te C 4 ,
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(fbr Group &
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P H I L'IIP
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P.O. Bex 18
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Our nountAto ar
sent of t .ba
ad for bM:I
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WmCond time in St. Maarten, and it is anti-
fted that if it continues to be an
l presentation that the progress en-
toiened would be achieved so that this
istmasplay would be en route to excellence.
i aR WEL jE PLNJJ .-lJST TO i CLOSE
ifhL e three-year Welfare plan for the Wind-
rd Islands is almost to a close and ac-
g to information from a reliAble
owrce the final phase of a ten-year plan
Sthe Windward Islands is now beinL worked
:hfg "Welfare Road" (road from Cole Bay to
Juliana Airport), the "Juancho Yraus-
i Boulevard" (road to Point Blanche), the
landing strip and new terminal building
.hibe Juliana Airport, the "Claude Pier"
water pier at Point Blanche) are all
ects of the three-year Welfare Plan for
1 the money for these projects was
lied by the Government of Holland and
Government of Netherlands Antilles; part-
as a gift and partly as a loan. One
of the money was given by the Govern-
t of Holland as a gift, one third of the
y was given by the Central Government of
*Netherlands Antilles as a gift and one
of the uoney was given as a loan from
i is very interested to note that up to
present, the Windward Islands have
received d any aid whatsoever from the
an Common Market,
The Christmas Play Committee
wsdhes through this medium to
I e tblaks to all who
. assisted in making the
S. .I s Play a success.
~ e: f lar the Cocaittee
Si ke to expires a word
id thoue who acted
) : ; emt* .. me
N-CO To Design St. Maarten's First
The Directors of the"St, Maarten
Foods Inc." a company which was founded
here in October 1963, for the purpose
of building and operating a super-market,
have assigned the N:CO to design the
building for its super-market.
The building will have a ground meae
surement of 120-ft. x 40-ft. It will
he fuilt at the "Head-of-the-town" to
the north of the EZIaplein.
F 0 SALE
1- Kerosene refrigerator "Ser-
vel" in excellent condition
1- Light plant "Brig-s & Strat-
ton" 1 1/2 KV 1800 RPM -
125 Volts 60 cycles Con-
plete with 16 gallon gas
tank, batteries and also
many spare parts (pistons,
piston rings, notor blocks,
generator housing and rotors)
In Ij-1 working condition,
1- Baby carriage
For informti-on contact:
P.C. Hooft, at Suckek Gar-
den or at the Government
radioo and Telegran Office
Tel. 2345 or 4277
1- Double bed
1- Single bed
1- Dining-roon set
1- Living-roou set
Glass wares, silvers,
dishes and many other house-
.or information contact: Mr..
v an ,. ... ait a .. j.. ,
RL D ISIwNDS OPINION
ADRUTAS Y JAN. 4 1964
TEIBMINL BUILDING AND DEEP ~!.LTE. PIER TO
BE COMPLETED IN FEBIRtARY OR MI.CH
Work on the new terminal building at the
juliana Airport ane the deep-water pier at
Point Blanche is progressing well and
according to information front a reliable,
source, these two important projects should
be completed sometime in late February of
early March 1964.
THREE TILIFFIC A .-;i '"
-CBISTOPHiZ ORBLJ.MDI I~
the age of 70, of a heart .
Nicolas, Aruba, at 12:10 oi. 4
-The "Banter Houe" o ot f C4M
founded here The coupasm n..
Mr. William Uayhew Hunter, :a 4
and Mr. Norman Chester ,
with a capital of 9O,
into 54 shares oa..a tm
toe b tSt
Three traffic ea
Tuesday Dec. 31,. i as
In the afternoon ab
of Philipsburg drove his car into the
back of a parked van at Cole Bay.
According to L.F. the van which was. a-
front of hiu stopped suddenly and even
though he tried to quake a "get-away" his
car still ran into the back of the van
and was badly dlaaged.
-Later in the evening a car owned by
"Hertz" and driven by L. a Frenchman who
resides in the U.S. turned over at one of
the curves on the "New Bond" around Cole
Bay Hill. The car was badly da aged.
-.and at about 11 p.m. a jeep driven by
an American tourist turned over on the
road to Little Bay Hotel.
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1963 PASSING IN aEVILEW
-First television programs picked up
here This feat was accomplished by two
young radio and television technicians -
One a native, Leslie Cannegieter, govemn-
nent radio operator stationed at the
Juliana Airport The other a native of
Curacao, Budy Dovale, radio technician a-
signed to the Govermmeft ladio and Telegran
Service With the assistance of a'55-It.
mast and a apeieLi puaa s::they, after ex-
poriterting fot r 101i H nae,.eded. An
iL .' I Ali
the oboattret s
-Le. Saint Trapes":*x taurant
^ Ground, Marigot was officially 4
-Prof. John Keur and his wife,
American educators, who have wri.
book about the Windward I1landadi
St. Eustatius and St. Maarten)
h'Windward Children" and who are
liked and respected by most Wi
landers who kno* then, visited i|
for the fourth tine in six year
-On the 16th. Mgr. J.M. oe
of Willemstad, returned to C
attending the Ecumenical Councti
-On Sunday the 13fh. 1oKS
CA.TY, of Cole Bay died tb
of 22, after a long illan-, a
of her parents at Cole Bay.
-The Hon. R.L. Bradshaw, I
of Finance of the now detbeaet
Government of the West 'i.tVA-
Minister without Portfoli of J
Nevis and *Anguilla visitAi i th
a short while.
-Marigot provided wit iat
-The lPt. Hon Hbgha
Leader of the Briti*R
the Oppositiona ~ '.thIe
died in London 'n .th ia
,TOW '!.:.JaD ISLIMDS' 0-INIJN
V-200 2-Door Sedan
F. W VLAUN & S N
lt, reportedly owned by Vallace Peterson
SPhilipsburg, mysteriously caught fire
rM burnt at the side of the road where it
s' parked at Cul-de-Sac.
-On the 1st. Mr. C.iA. Cannegieter was
inted agent of the Government Lottery
:the Windward Islands, Mr. N.C. Wathey
former agent relinquished the agency
ue. of other activities.
i Carl T. Rowan, a negro, former news-
Wpor of four books dealing with civil
two of which were placed on thd
Library Association's annual list
at books of the year", was named Am-
r to Finland, by President Kennedy.
i Maarten Electric Company (G.E.S.
d the rate of electricity substan-
*' j Bop44"; visited island.
-Rev. Iteuben T.elemaque, Methodist
minister and Miss Brenda Baly of Mari-
got were joined in marriage at the
1Methodist church at MIarigot on Friday
the 8th. in one of the most fashionable,
ch-istian weCeings ever witnessed on the
-On Monday the llth. the Sous Prefeteur
was officially opened at Marigot.:
-Hir. and. lrs. J. "CIIick" Arrindell
celebrated Silver wed'cin. anniversary -
The occasion was marked by a gala party
sponsored by their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Bishop who
care from the United States for the oc-
-On the 15th, a 3-year-old boy James
Mardenbourgh was knocked down by car
.M-382, driven by Mrs. Bets of Little Bay -
He isetfered a broken hip and hatd to be
( To be continued in the next issae)
8 S&..UiL.Y J.iN. 4, 1964
WIND ir :D IS',iNDB' OL'L1qON
The Philipsburg Printshop
Now offers you this unique service .... St. Maarten's first maga-
zine delivery system to its monthly subscribers.
You can ncw subscribe for your favorite magazine to be delivered
at your home or office.
Subscription rates for the various publications shall be issued
at a later date.
1mong the issues, available will be ... Tines, News I'eek, Life,
Ebony, Sepia, Tan, the various Dell issues, House Keeping, Sports,
and iany others.
Send in your application for the magazine for which you wish to
For subscription call at our office or ring us at tel....282
THI PHILIFSBUIG P tSI' "&& TJlDING CO. N. V.
The new management of the former J C K T 0 0 L S G 0 C RB
Situated at Cul-de-Sac, now operated under
the name of:
" FOO D
Offers the best in all lines of groceries at the lowest possible
prices, for example:
Flashlingts (3 sizes)
Suitcases (4 sizes)
Cheese (6 in pack)
1.50, Fls.2.--, Fla.2pI
16.--, Fls.12.-, F1*,i~.C
Pbr as long aa tliec a ply last wtamern bn~ytg ea o I
S. ,_, -?. ':.: -- -.. : .. .. -i ;--,, ..' r.?.T
IN C. "
ISLIRiS i. lNION
PHILIPSBURiG UTILITY IES CO INC
Fronttreet -- Phili psburg
STo all our customers and friend., we say "Thank You" for your patronage
in the past year, wishing you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year 1964.
Just received: EN'IEL SPLAY P-INTS, in all colours.
The price .. ........... nly Fl-. 2,50 per tin. Come today,
and select yours ........,all colours.........low price '!!
Also received 10 CBii"T G.T".L LECTRIPC _- JIGEiATO% for only
Fls. 499.50. Now is your c'.lnce t, get the new General Elec-
tric refrigerator, you've lw;ay. wanted, Not too big, not
too small, just -our siz,. See them a th Utilities Store
and enquire about Lhe e?.y t.irz of p.;yuent.
Also in stock Scott Pape: Prc-ucts; uch as Scott towels for
Fls. 0.80 Scott towels riartsize for Lls. 1.25 and Scotties
for FIs. 0.98. Renenber Ccot, :-roducts are guaranteed.
.'i Marshall washing uachire -, '.i two "J..?, holding 10 pounds of
E^ clothes, complete vith wrie.icr, pun? otec.
Prices, reasonable, also r., i:.abl n en asy te of payment,
Television-sets, D-rcnLnt, n.d erscn fror 16 JAches up to 23
|; inches. Antennas, nasts, brackets, wire, etc.
Installation anywhere on hie Island eat very low cost. See us
for T.V's and T.V, par3. o.
Philips, radios, recorip_ayers, taperecorders, consoles, fans
and shavers. On all Phili equipment one full year guarantee.
Also pickup-heads, handai'xers- etc, Philips, the name means
V F PHILIPSBUIG UTILITY .- CO: INC'., PEiLI-BU
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Si.T'i' ..Y JZN. 4. 1964
WINE^'JID ISLANDS' OPINION SATtL^Y J,.N. 4, 1964 second tine in St. Maarten, arid it is anticipated that if it continues to be an annual presentation that the progress envisioned would be achieved so that this Christeaspiay would be en route to excellence. 6Â£ %Â /:Â•' Â•<' %Â %Â Â•"Â• V %Â '& TJJBEB-Y. ,.\R 1/BLEAHE FL,*N ..LMCST TO A CLOSE The three-year Welfare plan for the Windward Islands is almost to a close and according to information from a reli4ble source the final phase of a ten-year plan for the Windward Islands is now being worked out, Tha "Welfare iLoad'' (road from Cole Bay to the Juliana Airport), the "Juancho Yrausquin Boulevard" (road to Point Blanche), the new landing strip and new terminal building at the Juliana Airport, the "Claude Pier" (deep water pier at Point Blanche) are all projects of the three-year Welfare Plan for the Windward Islands. All the money for these projects was supplied by the Government of Holland and the Government of Netherlands Antilles; partly !as a gift and partly as a loan. One third of the money was given by the Government of Holland as a gift, one third of the money was given by the Central Government of the Netherlands Antilles as a gift and one third of the money was given as a loan from Holland. It is very interested to note that up to the present, the Windward Islands have not received any aid whatsoever from the European Common Market. THANKS The Christmas Play Committee wishes through this medium to express thanks to all who have assisted in iaaking the Christmas Play a success. In particular the Committee would like to express a word of thanks to those who acted in the Play. N:C0 To Design St. Maarten's First Super-market The Directors of the"St, Maarten Foods Inc." a company which was founded here in October 1963, for the purpose of building and operating a super-market, have asigned the NL'.CO to design the building for its super-market. The building will have a ground mea surement of 120-ft. x 40-ft. It will >>e fuilt at the "Eead-of-the-tcwn" to tfie north of the ifamaplein. ++++++++++++++++ F 0 B SALE 1Kerosene refrigerator "Servel" in excellent condition 1Light plant "Briggs &. Stratton" 1 1/2 KW 1800 HPM 125 Volts 60 cycles Complete with 16 gallon gas tank, batter-res and also many spare parts (pistons, piston rings, motor "blocks, generator housing and rotors) In A-1 working condition. IBaby carriage For information contact: P.C. Ilooft, at Sucker Garden or at the Government iiadic and Telegram Office at Philipsburg. Tel. 2345 cr $277 1Double bed 1Single bed 1Lining-room set 1Living-room set 1Gas-stove Glass wares, silvers, dishes and many other household articles. For information contact: Mrs. van Yperen at Point Blanche between the hours of 9 a.m. to noon and after 6 o'clock in the evening.
WDIT'XRB ISL/J.IDS' OPINION SliTlLxDAY JAN. 4, 1964 TEE WINDWAIJD ISLiJ^DS' OilNION Is published every Saturday It was established by J.H. Lake,Sr. on July 1, 1959 as a means of helping to improve the social, economic, educational and policital conditions of the Windward Islands by advocating against the cause of injustice and oppression. ESITOIt DUTCH SECTION: J.E. Lake,Sr. P.O. Box 22, Phi lipsburg, St. Maarten, N.A. ai'ITCH FJ^HCE SECTION: Mrs. B. morales, Marigot, St. Martin, F tl T Printers: The People's Printery Tamarindesteeg 11& 8 Philipsburg EDITORIALS Ha ppy New Year As we start another year it is fitting that we take some time out to Say; Thanks to our readers for the support and cooperation which you have given us in the past To wish you all a Happy New Year and to reassure you that with the help of the Almighty we shall continue to report the news as it happens irrespective of persons. During the past year the Island ( Dutch part) has seen much improvement: (a) Work on the new terminal building at the Juliana Airport fas started and should be completed in the next mouth or so. (b) Dial telephones have been installed in Philipsburgi (c) Work on the deep-watex* pier at Point Blanche lias progressed well and this important project should be completed sometime in March 1964. (d) Every district of the island has been supplied vrith electricity. (e) A Commercial Bank (the second on the island) and other business firms have been established* The nbove.ientioned are but a few of the many general improvements For the individual, however, it has been a different stroy. For some it has been a good year; during which many of their dreams have been realized and for others it has been a bad year, during which they have encountered set-backs, disappointments and hardships. But; for all; those who had a good year as'well as those who had a bad one; 1963 is now history, and what has been written on its pages cannot be changed Let us therefore look ahead, with renewed Strength, with firm laith in God and with full Confidence in ourselves Let us make the resolution NOW to do our part, however small that part may be, to make St. Maarten and the world a better place to live in. The Windward Islands' Opinion once again wishes all a Happy and Properous New Year Thanks you for the support given in 1963 And solicit your continued support and cooperation during 1964. New Bridge Needed At "Breakwater 1 The bridge at "Breakwater" leading to the Little Bay Ilotel is in a deplorable condition, and has been so for the past months In August 1963, we were informed by the Authorities that a new bridge would, soon be built to replace the old one This news was published and everyone was glad that something would be done about this hazardous condition, But aies, four months have past and nothing has been done about this bridge. And it is now in a worst condition than it lias ever been. We realize t.at the Authorities may be busy with other things But, is it not true that much is being done to encourage tourism? And is it not also true that this-bridge leads to the largest tourist hotel on the island? Considering the above facts, it is our opinion that it is of the utmost importance that a new bridge be built at "Breakwater" We are therefore appealing to the Authorities to have a new bridge built at "Breakwater" as soon as possible. STOP IT NOWi .' v." In an Editorial of Saturday October 5, 1963, entitled: FISH SHOULD BS SOLD IN TEC FISH H/J3IET we called the attention of the Authorities to the bad habit adopted by the fishermen, of selling their fish on the ground at the "head" of "A?0TK SSTEEG" better known as the "Fish Alley". We wer then given the assurance by the Authorities that efforts would be
WDtt'iJfiC ISLANDS' OiHJIuN SATURDAY JiJf. 4, 1964 H 0 L S U Bgg/J) White Bread Dhole Wheat Bread Rye Bread Sandwich or Hamburger Buns V'eane or Hot-doc Buns Dinner Rolls Brown-n-serve Rolls & CAKE Yellow Coconut Cake Yellow Orange Cake Yellow Chocolate Cake Banana Cake Cherry Cake Boston Pineapple Cake Raspberry Filled Jelly Rolls Pound Cakes, various assortments S 3ALTS5T IC^C&JAH Icecream sandwiches Toffee krunch bars Icecrean bars deluxe fudgesicles Flavours: Vanilla, Chocolate, Gtrewberry, Butter aluond, Cherry vanilla, Vanilla fudge, Neapolitan, Coffee, Cherry nugget, Vanilla orange. ALSO DI./KJTIC ICJCBgdM ICEG3EAM stocked in 3-onz. to 2 l/2-^allon containers CANDIES In Various jissortnents A T Â• F BOSTON'S S H. 0 P Frontstreet 0 B FROS TON'S SHOP Close to Wharf Philipsburg Marigot I C E NOW AVAILABLE ANY QU..NTITY ANY TEiE A T RISDCN'S COLE' STORAGE Philipsburg St. kaarten ^ u, 1 to-iay, and it is for this reason why .producers should be aware therefore of irrelevant parts that night be introduced in our representation of long ago events; probably the producers thought these night have lessened the ennui, and lenghten the play. In literature there is a tern anachrcnisn which is the uesease that raany renown dramatists suffered fron; the playwright is guilty of anachronism when he borrowed certain'practices from'-a given time in history which are foreign to the tine that he is representing. However, we can pat ourselves on the back when we realize that one of the greatest of dramatists in the annals ofworld history was culpable of anachronism; we ought to remember however that
j Suzane Hod La Liu Au tu iioflxi j fcp g jft thiversity 'of Florida Gainesville, Florida 5" OPINION "i-KOR FT LABOR ttUSIA VIHCI?" "-'"^"o\i" "& LA JQ JOUS CO&QUER ALL I'HtNOS* SATURDAY j ANU/ilY 4, 1964 S?j* Vo]. I* i N* 27 Price Fla. 0.25 ^iDm>> orient, UJ76 6 / From: YOUR EDITOR
WIND./,.RD ISLANDS' OPINION SATURDAY JiiN. 4, 1964 TEHUHLJI BUILDING AND DEEP VATKI PIER TO BE COMPLETED IN FEBRUARY OH M.J1CH Work on the new terminal building at the Juliana Airport and the deep-water pier at Point Blanche is progressing well and according to information fron a reliable source, these twc important projects should be completed sometine in late February of early March 1964. ++++-H-++++++++++ THREE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS ON Dj&iftfflEa 31,1-968 Three traffic accidents occurred on Tuesday Dec. 31, 1963, bbt no one was injured. In the afternoon abourfc'5 o'clock il.P* of Philipsburg drove his car into the back of a parked van at Cole Bay. According to R..F. the van which was infront of hiu stopped suddenly and even though ho tried to make a "get-away" his car still ran into the back of the van and was badly damaged* -Later in the evening a c_r owned by %Â 'Hertz" and driven by L. a Frenchman who resides in the U.S. turned over at one of the curves on the "New Road" around Cole Bay Hill. The car was badly damaged. -And at about 11 p.m. a jeep driven by an American tourist turned over on the road to Little Bay Hotel. 1963 PASSING IN REVIUW JANUARY: -First television programs picked up here This feat was accomplished by two young radio and television technicians One a native, Leslie Cannegieter, jovennnent radio operator stitioned at the Juliana Airport The other a native of Curacao, Rudy Dovale, radio technician asigned to the Government Radio and Telegram Service With the assistance of a 55-ft. mast and a special antenna they, after experimenting for sometime succeeded in picking-up programs from San Juan and St. Thomas at the home of Leslie Cannegieter at the Juliana Airport. -CHRI3T0FHJH, OKL-NDER L2JU.JZ died at the age of 70, of a heart attack at San Nicolas, Aruba, at 12:10 p.m. on January 7, 1963. -The "Hunter House" Hotel Company was founded here The company was founded by Mr. V.'illiam Mayhew Hunter, an American and Mr. Norman Chester Wathey, a native with a capital of $54.000.Â— divided into 54 shares of a thousand dollars each. -The Caribbean Contractors Corporation of Curacao was given the contract to built the new-terminal-building at the Juliana airport'-'-(cost fls, 5LD.000.Â—) -The "PHILIPSBURG BOOiCSTQRE" moved from the Frcntstreet ta Backstreet 246, Philipsburg. Â• -"Le Saint Trapez" restaurant at Sandy Ground, Marigot was officially opened on the 19th. -rProf. John Keur and his wife, both American educators, who have written a book about the Y/indward Islands (Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Maarten) entitled: "Windward Children" and who are well liked and respected by most Windward Islanders who know them, visited the island for the fourth time in six years, -On the 16th. Mgr. J.M. Holternan, Bishop of V/illemstad, returned to Curacao after attending t'.?e Ecumenical Council in Rone. -On Sunday the 13th. liISS NOiBiA MJJRCED3S CALiTY, of Cole Bay died at the tender a ; ;e of 22, after a long illness, at the home of her parents at Cole Bay. -The Hon. K.L. Bradshaw, former Minister of Finance of the now defunct Federal Government of the West Indies/ and now Minister without Portfolio of St. Kitts, Nevis and-Anguilla visited the island for a short while. -Marigot provided with street lighting, -The lit. Hon Hugh Gaitskell, P.C.; k.P., Leader of the British Labour Party and of the Opposition in the House of Commons died in London on the 18th. at the age of 56. -ABiiAl'jJs MATE2W, father of Mr. B.C. Mathew rienber of the Staten of the Netherlands Antilles died at the St. Rose hospital at Philipsburg on the 16th. -Car M-260, a 1961 convertible Cbsvro
WINS'.i,i& IoLJJLS c;. iNioK g,.iu^..Y JiiJ. 4, 1964 P E I L I P S 3 U It G U T I L I T I E S CO INC Frontgtieei; -PIdlipsburg To all our customers and friends, we say "Thank Ycu" for your patronage in the past year, wishing you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year 1964. Just received: EHJIIEL SP 1 AY I..IKTS in all culour3. The price nly Fir., 2,50 per tin. Cone today, and select yours ,all colours. . l ow price JJ! Also received 10 CBi^T GENEittL ^LSCTSIC HJIUTGi^uVTOI:. for only Fls. 499.50. Now is your chance t;. gefc the new General Electric refrigerator, you've e;Iwa>.i wanted, Not too big, net too small, just Â—our size. See then at the Utilities Store and enquire about che easy terns of payuent. Also in stock Scott Paper Products; ouch as Scott towels for Fls. 0.80 Scott towels '-iar.tsize for ?ls. 1.25 and Scotties for Fls. 0.98. Remember Scot\-reduces are guaranteed, Marshall washing oachine.", :Â•'.:.Â• two sizes, holding 10 pounds of clothes, complete with wringer, pump etc. Prices, reasonable, also available c:i easy terns of payment. Television-sets, Dumcnt, and iiierson from 16 niches up to 23 inches. Jlntennas, masts, brackets, wire, etc. Installation anywhere on the Inland at very low cost. See us for T.V's and T.V, parts Philips, radios, recordpjayers, taperecorders, consoles, fans and shavers. On all Phil.;:equipment one full year guarantee. Also pickup-heads, handurxera etc. Philips, the name ueans quality. PlilLIPSBraG UTILITJUG '0
VINDV.-:JD ISL.HD6 1 OlINIuN Si^UaDujr JLN. 4, 1964 j :. i : l i ) 2-0oor Sedan Authorized Dealers F.W. VLAUN & SON let, reportedly owned by Y'allace Peterson of Philipsburg, mysteriously caught fire anc burnt at the side of the road where it was'parked at Cul-de-Sac. FaBBUAHY ; -On the 1st. Mr. C.A. Cannegieter was appointed agent of the Government Lottery for the Windward Islands, Mr. N.C. Wathey the former agent relinquished the agency because of other activities. -Mr. Carl T. Itowan, a negro, former newsman, author of four books dealing with civil rights, two of which were placed on the American Library Association's annual list as "best bo.ks of the year", was named .Ambassador to Finland, by president Kennedy. -The St. Maarten Electric Company (G.E.S, M.) reduced the rate of electricity substantially. -Mr,, and Mrs. itoy Bishop visited island. -ilev. Iteuben Telemaque, Methodist minister and Miss Brinda Baly of Marigot were joined in marriage at the Methodist church at Marigot on Friday the 8th. in one of the most fashionable, Christian weddings ever witnessed on the island. -On Monday the 11th. the Sous Prefeteur was officially opened at Marigot. -i-r. and Mrs. J. "Chick" Arrindell celebrated Silver we'd din. anniversary The occasion was marked by a gala party sponsored by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bay Bishop who came from the United States for the occasion. -On the 15th, a 3-year-old boy James Mardenbourgh was knocked down by car .M-302, driven by Mrs. Betz of Little Bay He suffered a broken hip and had to be hospitalized, ( To be centinued in the next issue)
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