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PAGE TWO SI NDA1 AUVOCATI. SUNDAY, DhCh.MBI.K M MM A Very Mem \i t.AIEVY a.v In Our Irii'inlv and I'alrons! (The Cirdut) ST. JAMES TODAY to Tl bSUAl s 10 p m Matlnr. TODAY J-nc I.LAI.K — R;.."THE lAIIICAir SpecUI .M.ILIIC, II I -lA, .1 in hot*) iK h I BORDER G-MAN and IIMBUf M 1MITO 1H.IIM*I)*V 27TII .ind Till KMKl -'HTII H.:itl pin (Warner Doublet Dennis MORGAN I | Jack CARSON in MIL SIMWIIS and WAIklNG MM (Not SuiUblr fur rhlldrr GLOBE TOMTE R.M TO WEDNESDAY, Sim x.M I Tony Peter Yvonne Maria IMAKTIN LORRK l>E CARLO TOREN CASB AII WITH I Katherin. III MUM ami her DAMCMG QUEENS Extra Tn-nite. K..10 O'C'lork — Hour ol The Katxenjammers si III 11X1. 19.71 muuri ANOTHKR SMASH HIT 4.1 Olll ranraros I HUM i itID BEG. '29th (I fyJtffaiH&efy trom M-G-M, fruub fittttinq M" H he GOTI Savage ihrough i A W M-iid %  %  4di"W '.ii si. u I Swedish Minister, Caracas Ij-s EXCELLENCY Count F %  • %  %  in i %  -"'TiffI. %  i -. %  to* I Mmfron. Men us staying at th %  J£ V* MIDNITE SHOW TONITE. 12 O'CLOCK Jlie Lady Objects AND Little Bit of Heaven r> SAVE Your | TICKETS al this Show and WIN A XMAS HAMPER ! XMAS KAY. 9.311 A.M. and ONLY 9.311 A.M. CAROLS and CALYPSOES BY The Katzenjammera Pil 12c: House lHe; Balcony 24r. XMAS NITE. 8.15 — S.45 O'SLOCK CLUB MORGAN'S HIT PAHADERS Vocalist : OSCAR CROON With theFilm C A SB AII Be a Good Boy M il. RRNEfer PROCTOR for Trinidad today to BtW 1 A to M.MI -he T.T.C. race* and other functions that may i>. found i.ecesI liis slay in Tnmd.td h Will b, the guest 01 Mr C, T. W. F. I Public Pi' Sinfini and Santa Claus T HE fi off with a bang at 11.< night when Normal. VC i i>ut on a floor ri I 'k. i r which Barbados, has nevei •sen. The highlight of the Iha i-nnging in of th Clam ,:. it ... Linus! %  thai finale one ol i in Santa Cum proceeded % %  %  %  %  nil; -ui-prlsed %  rs vet two numbers "SunatfhM "Play %  ample melody," srhii h raal] i MW WH d b) mo (act that all the rtaraiera wTe drasaad apeeJaUy %  how and the dresses umi roatumoo were out ol this wee* t Mai-got Laffan. who was in of the dancing numbers sh ? u 'd be most Popular, fobvlou I) KnW h.r job and her *f#l "".!.* m re . how 1,k !:, ,n 1950 youngsters put over a flrsi - d lpI ,her chanties benefit •i-aiun probably th" ost outstanding dancing num•r being the* jitterbug, pcried by June Knight Home For Christmas I 'ith C*roni I %  to spend Christmas wit:. and familv. He will be returning Trinidad shortly altar Cr.riitmas. arriving ter.'-iy WM Mr. %  Nigel has cum* up to spei. I In barbtKl' i. Mis Wife %  day. Area Engineer, I.A.L. M lt BOB PABENOrRS arriving by T.CA. ysstarday morning nlssd com-i.K down las -Up* are Mr John Drsyton fallowed by Mr Chopper' foppin. The lady in the picture wan an lntranstt p 10 Tnuid; i. It's AFTER h Wonder I nunAtn by IM Yf 1 JOHN DHAYTON wn .liiartrttp. trio and octet at the 1T *has been living In Canada sUrtne la-it night it Is a wonder since May 1949 returned to Barvimebody does not attempt lo put bade* yesterday morning by on a musical show at the Empire T.C.A Hi bados for or he Ol |.; i who ii-i been in Grenada tor the past mon th or so, arrived * %  Trinidad w^terday by B.W.I.A. Here over UM mas season, his next stop is -%  T.C.A. Navigator M R -BJXLRAMSAY. TC.A navigator pa] his third visit arrrved on Ihe T CA. flight > %  usrdas here for one week doing i change crew tr !" vr'. Christmas With Their Daught2r M B \NU HBfl ABCHIE He LEAN arrived from Trinidad yesterday to spend Christens v.ith then iliiugiiicr Mi. MeLoan ... Bhell in Barb. .((iv ih Ls now General Manager ,f 1). .'Irv Lid .in I i Ai ...t.. with Ihem on the same Shelta Nothnagcl daughter Made : '. %  iiii the B* Poatabellc Until End of Dscember M R. AND MRS VICTOi: WARP arrived fro>n Tun • i"hrlstm;i>. m Barbados. Mi Ward li M.n Mr of one of the Slnt' Bachlne C&* Branches In Ponof-Spain. Both are Barbadlani and are here until thend ol the year. With Crown Life RRIV1NG from Cunctn %  Uu mDrnUU] via Trinldini hope, to be In Barby B.W.I.A. were ill M yctir. After that time Cecil Clarke, who are litre until may not return u January 1.1th Mr. Clarke gn Uncertain BANK HOLIDAY. TUESDAY. 1.311 P.M. "THAT NITE WITH YOU" 5.00 & 8.30 P.M. "CASBAII" Thuriday. December 28lh. 3.00 & 8.31) p.m. HOUSE OF DRACULA I RED 'ASINBE-IHDDI VERA-ELLEN-ARLENE OAHL \\w/THKE NJ PKDS %iOfe I I I %  i THt MUMMY'S GHOST ZZi 2 $ 2 Z Z $ Z 2 2 2 £ i. Z a I4MNI HUGHS' ..m l>ia< do KUNAN WYNN • GALE HOBBINS %  GLORIA DE HAVEN LMD on M uvn HD WSK i' BERT KALMAR and HARRY RUBY •-. UOtiM WtlH • 0Klr' :CHAI0 IHOBK • .iAUCUMMltiG 1 TIP-TOP HOLIDAY [GREETING H'K'O'RADIO Pictures and ZA THEATRE %  BRIDGETOWN— Special:\0 lAIISI. (IN HKIMMAS HAY [TODAY—ft H30 P.M. — MONDAY 8 30 P M (. Tt'EKIlAY 11. V .to s MiHirl fiuldwyn's -nd (nntlnuini Dally 'GDI VERY OWN' TWO Special Matlm —9 3S A M i on THSDAY 2titas r. ,k Ih.llda. > (HKO-RADIOl MIGHTY JOE VOUMi with Terrj MOORF Hen JOHNSON Robert ARMSTKONC; SINCE we cannot shake MWb one of you by the hand Id fcivr pou our good wishes personally We wish 'o take this opportunity to express our hope that this ChrVrtma* and ComIns \."> Year he one of Joy ard (iladneas for each and osefg one of you — Our PRIP.NDS antf PATRONS. WARNER BROS, and PLAZA THEATRE-OIST1N TOD* v '*> TIEHDAV — I and S.30 P M N.B.—Nn ..„. n MUD Day: Fvenin Mho A% t'.ual Warnrr'n Sperlal I hrklmas Ih.uWe ill FH -idon McHAE in 10'lk iOil THE SILVER LINING Katies Skinner. Idhs Mills aga .n.. at the University of Toronto. laKe up an appointment at Hui where he is doing his second year "*" College a 3 History and in Forestry. He will be In BarIngush Master. An Lngusbman. bados for two weeks. He was last w '""' bvtf IIVI in ^anaaa lui here in the Summer of 1949. lwo >< % % %  %  Christmas Dances Returning on Boxing Day 'pHt added attraction at the JOHN LEE. Publicity X Empire club's C h r i st m a if do!' >il Co., In dance to-morrow night at their II* -" arninged on the ballroom floor ;is in a the %  Brothers M R. JIM WILSON'S "Billarrived by yesti HI., morning lo with hin. 'Hill n Supt. with .r Brn i-i Montreal Extra Flight T.C.A. pen H SO ' lt ... Wa i a S : 1 idea "' ^ or ShJ| Plane, and you byV.Vl. A !" o~prnd L"hristmai Woodto have the nonr rou i,i well iinagmc ihein thiiikini: wltn h s f am ilv. He Dflturni t linner at home. JugVenezuela on Deeemlier 2 -" '*"* in Catsad. for _____ JI J arrived yesterday by T CA to t-ngageel spend live weeks' holiday In Bar\VI MKIt C BLADES, i, ai i 0 Hollor ls tt)l „ lhl HiiMoh who ini'vs Bsaoatated with Coonoll In Ottawa Hi. Broi .I Anthony Kenny ami Co, I-'u 1 .. in Port-of-Spaln. arrlv%  S*..W- ed on Thursday from Trinidad by -~2S2^ ,*" %  H W I A. tot the Christmas hohM MlblLA Met.IVKRIN airntw year da.vn. 1T rived by T CA. yesterday Last night, hit stia%aameot to morning to spend thretwaahji Thirty Years In Canada Mrs. Olive R Jones. Manageress-holiday in Barbados. Her moUier WR CLIFFORD ARCHER ..• n. wyn Quaat House. Hastings. i s already here, staying at the JV1 Barbadian who i^ Witt tl %  was tDWima Marine Hotel. Sheila is from Sun Ufe |ns Urn nec C< of Canada For bhort Holiday Vancouver and is a student at ihc ,,, Montreal irrtv.>,< h* T r A jyCISS SYBIL A CLARKE Ml rriiudad r'u* from TrinMaoV Cnner uanci on Cnnstmas nignl are dancing It L'luu Morgan. Die Olympiu Club's Annual Damat tmDull Ball and several others. The Spartan ciut> aniioiamg their 11 i Ifear'i ilgni dance ai thi Drill Hall. Returning Early In Nev. Year M ISS JANICE BAIN I terday mornll by u.w.i.A. io %  pand < with her lamlty, site will be re turning lo fl arnaai stu i> m the exti, operate; s' addition to the i flight.\', W 1 A .erday. they will be opera) thcr additional flight on day inofnlng Deeernber 16th %  flight is i ue i" leave Ssawel %  o o'clock. til will enable local racing f %  I to Trinidad in time '"i ii the Trinidad Turi 'ill's Chiistmav meeting. r University I'.' ban"i.i\ Coll* more Rock left for Trinidad on Friday nftcrnoon b) l' W t A for a short holiday of British Colombia. Cordial Qreetings & %  I INDIAN AGENT" wilh Tim Holt — Richard Kaftan V To all Our rilMneimi and Friends We FMcnd HKST W ISHB8 . for . A HAHl'V CHRISTMAS . And . \ FROSI'CROC'S . And . PI.ACKKCL MW YEAK Down For Christmas A RRIVING by T.C A. yesterday morning was Mr. Robert Grace, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill' Grace of the Garrison. Robert was down for the summer holidays a few months ago and has now come down to spend Christmas with his family. H Is at Loyola College in Montreal. Touring W.I. C OMDR. and Mrs Eric Davis who are from England and And — KENNEDY "alKANGE AIIRI i :.i v \, • M,..i, tl ,. ONE IHRIIIIVG MGIIT" — and Leon KHROL and J PALOOK \ ,t kNoikoir I : Ticket on Saturday ::oih — You nui Ilollda* "HAMPER" _o— (130 Sho FRIDAY 2Tll-:i SllOtVS: I.Jo 1 1 J( ,d H 111 P M Walt r ISNEVS . CINDERELLA" Color By Taehirteater •I'ltlAl. s I'M irUnh-Ilolldav) IllslltV atlh rnr '.AT/E\JAM.MEI! KIDS ISM na BAND III a SiH-rUI fratraan of swing ana t.lnn. Mu.i.It TlH BWSFl Thin* Vim\v llei.nl f<.i Yi DON'T MISS IT : %  Maaai STALLS Ite. — IIIHSE Sic. — BALCOMT 4e % 9, TIIK II \III.\IMIS HMa-lll\IIVI V 'in "ON i \< ion. LIB. I %  %  I are at present touring some of the west Indian Islands arrived fn.m Grenada yesterday by B.W I.A They are staying at the Hotel Windsor. Barbados Is their third stop since their arrival in the months hoIRlav Caribbean, having already visited she w kind .ind Grenada. vester* 'sterday morning to spend Christmas with relatives and Is staying with hii brother Ivan ni "Hastings Lodge." Mr. Archer has been living In O inadl< 'oi thirty years. His las; visit here was two years ago. Wat Here Last Year M R. THOMAS MEDLAND who c n.e down on r.c.A's first iliiiht to Barbados last year ar.terday by T CA. for another holiday in Barbados Mr Medland is in the Heal Estate business In Toronto He is Ing at the Crane House Club, St Philip. Most I v in Scotland RS MERRIVALE AUSTIN spent most Of her three .Hand, while M R Ti?^i*ift^M^ KP JiWF, hMBiBBSHS AIM 'ATM'I II II II.VK.MA (MembersOnlyl I'ONK.HI TO TUSBDAl NKillT al 11.30 ~'"SWAYSTEAVE THaiitkw§iu*&" Ml HM -! %  \ iNT.Kin nrnoMAN in "CASABLANCA'' Tlir NrklSH Aqualir I lub 0l. Oinnvrs M OPKN AT 1311 I'M mnW Ml tltm .nil III! KSIIM 28TII S Ml •KING'S ROW" and •LONELICT" Ann SHERIDAN :o: Robert CUMM1NGS I REAGAN :o: Bett.w I' Savr \uiir ink.on Saturday Nile tS.30 Show) — Thrrr's another "< illtlSTMAS IIA.MU K for You ...ur Uj licHel on 8alurda> 10th — You may Win other l.olUUv "H\MPi:K MaaaM \m.v will be served in the Ball room between 1 and 9 p ni Tomorrow "1-lee — .50 VFRY SPECIAL MENU 24.12.SO.—ln. Erans and WhitfieMs U ISJI \U. CLSTOMERS AM) HtlK\DS \ I %  %  , ,v/r-v,v,v//.'//.v TICKET HOLDERS nutlden i AiiNual Yuirlidi' Hall of the f'orlre- t luh o \ im/\ \ itflil Mit !" ripUoo 3a. m bright & Cheerful JCmas and a Prosperous SVew ^ear EV.\.\S A. 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V.\T.T. FOIT! SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MXPMIirn 21. HM ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN TESTS STRESS NEED FOR PACE BOW LERS Door Still Open To B.C.L. Player* BY O. s. COPHft 1 *TM,t-Ol I J*-P" %  d i.iitcl> Alter. lave pravidi ... la %  i . [m>< with .1 VICW tO I I niU tin team that Is due to tour Australia mW The chief reason, whatever might I* ihc others fur tlie .heap dlKn'^l of the Au.tr.Uan tea... on the Aral day of a scheduled sisu ,, JS matefe %  bagera ,| %  % %  |1 "'" 1 :!:< ' %  %  ""' %  i' ac towlifU Ol Alex Hedser and Ticvor Bailey rjvilgu-ir bowled 36 overs between then, .,n loi 1 77 !UQS a* well. Bailey 1 'nr 40 in 17 oven, and Bed,. 37 In IS overs on a good wicket is I trii.ute 10 to* pot.i aCCU U \, SIS KaSta.. %  %  vexy £ to auow medium fast. 1 an. told by V. I "* C tJ£S Clvdc Walcett, that he swings the ball both ways and make, grea use of the scam. This IntOftMtkM U burked up by Hie n %  %  i havt "^lorflidVeouS* cea ba MWMIad to Ba aU-i lund I n rtfU pace bowlers Undwall and Miller, fast medium MA-nn Bill Johnston — ^t'cSSaanSBO WITH AUSTRALIA T IE wt Indies have ulrcady bcalcn Enland and so II is will lluAuslralian problem thai we have lo deal and It aeenis lo m. thai Ihe Wesl Indies, who alissKhr poises, two lop-ll.uhl .p.n bowl.r ,„ Snnnv Ramadan, and All Valentine must lake this rest as a. object lesson and set about seareh;n for pare bowlinl talent. Tiu brill*, me al once lo a Outler which w cauaed In Was Indian aided circles tlua week when Jamaican %  BOrb in a.l.cL-. lhal HUM JoftssOS. and Goodndgc oi J.mal.u had qulle iosy clslms lor Inclusion in Ihc West Indie, learn for Australia i.exi HINKS JOHNSON IS TOO (H.I) L ET us face facts once and for all. Hines Johnson la TOO OLD. No rood purpose would be served by trying to end hit days on the hard Australian wickets. Johnson will be 41 years old, to all intents and purposes, next year and I have yet to hear of a successful Roy Marshall Scores Fine Century Bright Cricket Played SCOREBOARD In Splendid Weather BKK.HT wi'i.ther prevailed yesterday and some _> mabte Wanderers to rai;.e 'j'24 ttu %  Is in a day at the crease. lie mi undefeated with 133 to his Credit. uacc bow ler at 41. If there ever has been one. then he is the exception tlmi prove, 1 With regard to Goodridge's chances 1 am prepared to keep an open mind as I would with any other cose except one like Johnson'* 1 d in the view that it is a bit early to start selectim: teams. GOODR1DGE MUST IMPKOA I. I WAS not impressed with Goodridge when 1 saw him represent Jamaifii against Trinidad earlier this year. He was just over medium and did not move the ball. However, one thing in his favour was that he was steady and had direction. He has been couched and it is nutta MuooaJUti to batteva tnm tab dUtanct thai he rias impiove. It that is the case, and he proves that this is so In the foriht-oiiuiit, tournament with Jamaica, and British Gui*.na. then he will have turned cunsi derail on for selection. B.C.I. PLAYERS HAVK A CHAM I And now lor look al the local scene; 1 was particularly relieved this week and I know the majority of my readers will fe.1 nappy at 1 the news that the Barbados cricket authorities have not closed their doors to possible candidates for the trials from the rank: Of ssl HfeBSttST***. one of the cricket ..mcal, this week I learnt that the list ol 28 was nol llileialcd lo include liaibado* l I ickct League players al all. The Barbados Selectors intend to watch the League Trials and then make their invitations. Wllh regard to the omission of Reynold Hutehlnson s name from Hie list of Barbados Cricket Association players invited to ( ,i... ti..-. m, was nol inlentional and 1 expect lluiinterns that he will be invited WHAT ABOUT MII.I.INS? I HAVE got so much support lor my efforts to get Mullins Into the Trials that 1 throw out a hint to the Selectors gJIM they relent their adamantine atuiude towards the exclusion of Mullins that thev intonl do Barbados and the West Indies a great service but they u'ould defimlclu build up a considerable measure of public conlldence ll/HKriil-lK it is duo to the presence of EnsflM Wakclam. the W popular pro from Canada, or the impendimt trials for the team to no to Trinidad, the Rockley Golf and Country t.luh e %  i m more week-day activity these sunnv alternoons than in many a watery, wu.d-swVpl week. The ability of Ernie Wakclam as a stroke reducer be LIB morv tuid more rceognired and demanth. un lr V tM IUB|| time are ^nnvlng In proporUon. With the team lest-OOlj two IVSS1B1 „l( HOW -wo Uo/en aspiring candidate* for the .me flow n places are pultuiti in loiuj hours of pri-ctlce and play. Already the wonders that Wakclam MB %-'ik an baco ml na appare..' Ted Benjamin. wh-*e best rcturncii scor.' wi p, turaasl in an easy 81 after only a couple of lessons Jim < hour with the master and not only ironed out his chronic nlctcly, but had a doubl-.-caalc 2 on the |.m nftii LWM Roniria Innlss, WUI Atkinson, Colic Boyley and several others l! .shown the tr-ults of the g-'lf doclor's diagnosis quickly. RAPID RKSULTS W AKKLAM'S prcaencc also is bringing rapid tesulLs In dilion of Ute course. He ha.impressed mya president to the greenskteper with the MC* "" %  rolling watering and general upkw-p and •>' l| I dune n aiM. h..taken ihc nttt ;''"'" %  %  %  • ItJxwtorj and i demonstrating how a green should be and can tkepj I it's up to the local juIhoritR^ to treat the ottaw tighl p^oni the. Although Uie condition of the • ourso at th. monienl rant discarding winter rules entirely, .•nu-.wntei rules will go Into effect to-dav. allowing a player to flroti a boll once whtcn IK fairway of the hole being played. Ti.i-. dackrion teas been taken by the committee in order to speed up tho play MM : iielay is caused by ployem bettering the lie of their ball With Their clubheads on every shot, and at the same lime ni.e pteyei recourse where they get an unfair lie. It also has been 111.1 nuted in order to get the Rockley players who no to Trinidad oul Of Ihe babll of bettering their lies as they might do so In Andrew*, where the OOUTM is In BunuDar-nilai tomtltior, TFAM LftAVU FOB TRINIDAD J.AMAKV 3 Hotel rc-orvations already ruivc Man inatle IOC t*W '• plane transportation arranged for The chosen few Will dtpgfl al B i.m., on Monday, January 211. wishing; to Wl Dr the Carnival will return on Sunday. r ,ni Although It is not known dclimlely what PM Oftai Will %  for a place on the team and many ;iii unsotpi %  %  I ] %  %  his way to a place, the most likely Candidatl with the I*" %  %  %  1 this" time seem to bf Eric Atkinson. Will .\tklnn, Colin Bay ley, Ted Benjamin, Miekev Chlllenor, Shirley Atweil, Inn ChrisW BtUIley Dalgliesh, Jack Egan. Percy Gooding. Kannoth Hunt*, Jon Grace. David Innlss. David Lucle-SmiUi. lYai 1 Hi 1 >" molt, Ian Niblock. Jim O'Neal. John Hodger. Bernard Holt., Btan Toppm. Itaymond Norris. Dick Vidmer and Bryan Wybrew I MI'IL'i ,. W.WIIKKKKS Wanderers (lor 6 wkts.) 224 \ rmi eanturj by Hoy War),..ll anablad Waniierers to score _'2 t..i the l.*s .if 8 vM.k.t.s M %  '" for the •ntin .tfternoon In their firs' Uviiion iiuket [.Mine with Empire at Hank Hall yesterday after%  oon Marsh.tll who was one of the ipanlng bal %  d his bat or ISS Men included 4 fours and llus ininiiKs. although I iwo nmtakes, one at ..-. H, %  .,,. .1 Ml. :ood one punctuated with gofi trokes ..II around the wlcsD 4 JulHiuons were the Atkinson brothers, 1 Eric, wtio got 25 and 23 respectively and Norman Marshall uho, rcglst useful 22 which included 2 threes and 1 two Denis Atkinson the incomlm. batsman was quickly off the mark with a single off Alley no ana later Roy Marshall lifted one trom Millington out of the grounds Io make his score 90 but was fortunate a little later when •dcketk"l r Joiiefailed If .dump In off this same bowler Marshall pulled one from Alley lie to Hhe square leg boundary and Atkinson took a slngl" with a hard off-drive The total was now 167 %  with Marshall 98 He on-drove the last he received from Alley ne for a sin uie and then nIT-dnve the first from Millington to get his century after being at the wicket for 18> minutes. Quirk Scoring Atkinson entered double figurewith a pull to the line leg boundary off Milllngton nnd then i.fftimve Weekes for a single With lxrth batsmen attacking the bowling the --core mounted quickly and 200 was soon on the tins. On one occasion Roy Marshall lifted one from Millington to the long-on boundary while Atkinson also helped himself to a number of Iwiundaries at this bowler's exEmpire got nnother wicket who;' Atkinson was l.b.w tu King tot 25 including 2 threes nnd 3 twos Marshall who was 122 was joined by Plena and the lutter opened with .1 neat leg glance off King for a brace At the drawing of stumps these two were still together with Mnrshall 132 and Pierce 2 both not out. COMBKKMKKK vs. COLLEGE Combcrrncrc (lor j wkls.) Hi,'! Cumber mere, in their 7;rst Division game against College at the College grounds yesterday afternoon, occupied the wicket for UM whole day. At the end of play they had lost five wickets and were 163 run.'. G, Grant top scored for Combeniiere with a brilliant 74. A fifth wicket partnership between himself and Licorish added 110 runs. Licorish made 57. Simmons was the most suceessful bowler for College. He took two for 20. T. Williams ami Mr ^ Headley took one each. Combermere won the toss ami elected to bat on a perfect wicket L Licorish and V. Collins opened the innings The College attack was opened by J. Williams ann t' Simmons. When the total was 17 Collins l>layed forward to one of Simmons' fast deliveries, missed and was given out leg before ") Wilkinson filled the breach but when only 12 runs were added he was unfortunately run out Hn score was four. Mr Smith partnered Licorish, who by this time appeared to be unite settled At 40 Mr. Smith was clean howled b> Headley for six. P f.iant shared the ilfth wicket IKiitncrship with Licoiish. Thev carried the total to 79 when lunch was taken Licorish was 3^ and Grant 23. After the interval they 000t m ued to trounce the Cotlego bovrlari Grant, who was scoring faster, soon after passed his half century. The total went past the century 1 Mi-iat .. SAMHHIIit. ... ( ii.j-j.iu* b Snalb r..t. # i, i. ib. s WHS*. %  nubln i 1 i %  • : >UMt %  Unhcr s Kan ..f -m. i ia. a—is. a—ss. &f —l %  S J. • 74, 7 7t. s—so. s—sa, IS—SJ %  %  1 t)OW I.I NO ANALYSIS O. M H • 1 w.koti S3! O 1" 14 IS 1 1 BMSI BM IS 4 II %  K fb.wen 11 0 41 'or SB • << for S, 1 for ft, 3 toi ll. t< III • •'* %  • >* %  laMslsiS* 1 F Hai'u no) oul C Alton* not oul vii. : b. 4 BOWi !!f n ANAI VSI %  A V Will.,,,. s • 11 • B Tutsi Hot 4 wkl t W (a.r.l s 4 i LODGE *• riCKWICK & S3. 1 t l-4.r 1st In.lin r. W. ChOHman 1 b h T. Hood (l Hu'.htijon c Kldnc* b JuiHaii rit-m. ,: 1* b T llOWl Barker • 1 U Mnillr luO OUt 1 llfJkVO* b Jordan llaimiStll ... %  .11 %  1.1a r iinsxi 1) S Mat IC-in.r b T Ho^ M .!, Wood bllC Hoad t K L Brook*, i-d oul 4 C Drana b E Ia Hoad •Mniu. 1. 11. ttasaj %  %  %  %  T4 4 It I St. 4 SB %  i" %  stair How I INK ANALYSIS O H. B ToUl for nai Ml B. D Clarkr 4 1 1 i| II K i 4 1 S T. 1 Ii Hoad 1 I IS for 17. : M H J...dan 11 1 JO M 4 for ISS. 1 (or ISS. 1 • ss HoWlJN<; M ii -T so %  B A. Edward* 1 h w b Wllkte SmiUi %  .,.„ BBS Ctarke HUilli-i. is i -ii > Q. L Wood c Stoula b C C QlaMtow ii a %  i 1 II n Kldna* b HutchirMm 4 ,. ITABTAN 1 1 • T llnad not out BBSBSSl Hop* rouci 1 Total "for 4 wktS.1 r.n.. Ill.cKin.ei b 1 ,-.>l.,r hil -' %  %  ,iMI. hi ,\ rrmt b 1 1 laBlBia %  sastti MM) • rail or UBJ i M. I-4L a— TO noWLINO ANALYSIS issHa u K 1. Brookaa 11 1 30 C EGill 10W illUps IT N O. Wllkk. 11 1 4£ 1 Giaaiow 4 0 Bl Cheltenham b n..w*i. ._.„ c A. icon b smith 1 J 4 1 c n*an sou G Hutthlmon s o 10 Hunte—0 01 p.m. SO MANY FAVOURITES The Christmas Races Will Have A Caribbean Flavour By BOOKIE T WO dav* i It 1.1 an |, and reached the 150 mark. Five runs later Grant tried to cover drive one of Simmons' deliveries. Ihe ball Lifted and Blackman at imdun took ii hriUin Grant's total <>t 7* included Id two's but onl) two fours. 11. Quartan was m xt to bat. Before un> more runs were added LoCorj I rollowed ins partl.oi. Me aS eat leg bgf the bowling of dipper J. Williams for 57. O. It.-ckles paitneie.1 (Juarless. A lew minutes later blimps were drawn with the Combermere total l<>3 for the loss of live wickets yu,.rless and Beckles were each four not out. POLICE w SIWKT N fclice M 'j.jrtjn tfor a wkta.) 21 SPARTAN routed Poll tuns when they met at QueasVl D Ihillips and t: SinlUi and leg-spinner 11. K. Boweu weie dl inielv on top and gave the Pdllea batsmen much. trouble in getting the 93 runs. Phillip** Hguri BrM innings were 14.8.15.3, Smiths. 12.421.4. and IBowea'i .2.0.47.3. Police were all out by 4.35 pjn. and al close of play. Spartan were 21 without loss. Byi a ho tnppcd scored for Police wl'h 3" not out did much to invent ,m %  irlier collapse ol thg P LltN U an Byer was sent in at number 4 ;.nd brought baik %  The only other scorers of double figures were Cant Karmer, 17. and H Wiltshire, 12 TintianuPlay began .(bout 20 minut< •use dl the Lite arriVdlnt niemlMi'. Of Ihe tea-: 1 POUOS %  t ,.n<| took first turn on the Wicket They lost two early wickets In then opening pair C Blackman who got io gnd v Tejlor, 8 Illnekman's wicket tell t. pecei 0. Smith who ^ot him to drive %  a|] i tu i %  pa et F Phillip, forced Taylor bock on hi* stump* and he was given out hit wicket The first wn %  -t fell nt v< and Itei r %  second fell. H |V took th rest of the pa stack and saw H K Dowen replace Phillip-; from the South. TU end. Smith struck the third blow loi Spartan by "lurking" WUuUUT* for 12 The scoreboard read 33 er joined Byer. Farmer quickiy got going autl ihe 50 was up l n about 80 minutes Phillips was given a second spell, hut Ink time from the %  M Tl •• second over of %  . %  ; %  %  %  for r; larmar I'-^sed at a shorti;h b..i| but dni not get a touch IJ^IflflKffMfffflKfffi %  %  %  & %  %  %  %  The 50 was up hi about 80 mmutes With the score at 57 for 4, A Uleninan went to the wicket. He saw an over bowled to Byer by Bowen but was sent back tu the pavilion the hrst ball of the next over for "duck". Piiiliipa got hiin leg before. G. Cheltenham replaced Blennuui. At the end of the over, the luncheon interval was taken. The seore was 63 for 5, with Byer 21 nut out. Phillips' figures were then 10—6—13—3. Bowen took the flrst wicket alter lunch. He clean bowled Cheltenham with a leg urea* pttohad o n the leg stump, whlcii C b e rtenha in tried to cross at. Cheltenham only nuide 2 ana core was 74 for 6. Nest man ir was leit-hander E. Brewstar. His stay at the wicket was short He pulled Bowen for 4 to open his account. The following over. Smith got him to turn an oulswinger into the safe hands of Clyde Walcolt at short fine leg. A sudden collapse followed and llowen was causing the damage. He bowled Morris for nought and In the same over he bowled C. Mullins for 1. The score was .9 for 7 and went on lo 62 for 9. Last man in, C. Bradahaw, fount! Byer 26 not ouL Bradshau was i-oon arter dean bowled by Smith for 2. Byer had taken hn score to 33 and was undefeated when Police were all out for 93. Spartan went to the wicket at about 4.15 p.m. and by time call, they had only got 21. I.01M.K VS. PICKWICK I.OIM.t I'KKVYK'K (for 4 wkta. ) 16Z A flashy 55 nol out by T. S. Birkett and a hurricane 45 oy H, D. Kidney highlighted the 1-odge-Plckwick FiTSl Division cricket match yesterday ut Lodge School when Pickwick bowled out Lodge for ". about 10 minutes before lunch and scored I5t> (or the .<>.> %  ol lour wickets. Birkett and Kidney wen: assoclaated in a fourth wicket alp which yielded 73 runs. Both of these batsmen punished the Lodge bowling, Birkett goimt ..Her )ILS runs in a free, runoatting way. but Kidney gave no quarter to any uf the bowlers. He was bowled by G. liuti.hiii-.jii however, after he had hit that bowler for two sixes and a four in the same over. The other Pickwick batsman who had a go at the wicket was A E Trotter with 25. E. A. eeM .ibuut his battin;; patiently and though he was out after Trotter with whom he upeneu Uie batting, he only scored 9 runs. When Lodge went to the wicket, thej t into trouble early, but P \V Cn-aaauiail and G. Hutchinson who met in a second wicket on pace IS ihe Trinidad Christmas meeting begni> may seem an opportune moment to pick favourtu.-. and if by such a time one has not been able lo do so then it is obvious that the runners must be evenly matched indeed. Such is tho rase with the T.I c. Xmas fixture due to start on Tuesday next There la no occasion in the past that *hen the LMdi -ie so full ol potential winners or .ode up of so many unknown quantities. S TARTING with the Brat I I-ondon Bloodstock Cup lor C class Maidens, Users is such .. gathering of new names that one loath to pick and eh... groping in the dark 1 will there!..re leave thi: Next we have the B roohj ofttfen tvill be over six furlon,,.. > thcie ut m tne race wluch are also down t. i the Gevi rnors Cup it is cUfhCuit to discuss Uie possible results. However. I ''" %  Market, BaLuidra, Phacl/t .mil .V.n Uiu AHI have .. hand in tne game while It u %  4.1.., al White Company and Vindima will choose this race to read them la instead ol the Governors Cup. The i.itter 1 think is unlikely but n White Company docs go in this race I have BO iMSttation in picking him as my favourite. The hxst i* in.*.. noi -•>: %  true, and therefore 1 consider that the opposition la ma ...j not. INevertheless that does not help us to pick the winner. N EXT we come to the classic Dcibj. A a 1 have already pointed out this race lakes ou a completely new character in that for the first lime we will have a Ihr— year Old ol note from Jamaica taking part. in addition to this there are the two best three-year-olds bred in Barbados in the race as well as two others from St. Vincent who should be quite capable of holding their own. Trinidad too is not without representation in Ihc matter of breeding and with two like Wevecrest and Lazy Bones in the race they will have a strong hand. But there again this only complicates matters as far as placing one's Anger on the likely winner is concerned and apart from the fact that the Jamaican champion baa turned in some impressive gallupi there is very little on which to make a definite decision. Therefois, suppose we pick Foot Mark as the detinue favourite for the race there will sUU be a toss up between Watercress, Wnvccrest and Bow Bells as the one must likely to defeat him. During the last week there has been a lot of revealing work done by the various Derby candidates but none more so than the report wnich says thai it is likely that Wavccresl will be in the same form we saw him in al Cnion I'arn last taster. Here, I am going strictly b] haai aaj. but if it turns out to i>i true, thin 1 think he Is going to give botn Foot Mark and Watercress all the trouble they want over a mile and IJli yards. With Bow Bells one wn only pursue a policy of wait aad III red it, but n has been impressed upon me so olten by so mam dUterenl people that 1 am most anxious io see if it Is really true. The Breeders Stakes should go a long way to putting u.s right on this question. A FTER the Breeders' Slakes there will be usual C class mile. Al first glance 1 thought that there were some llrst class middle distance runneri in this race but of closer exammaUon il looks as if this .vill be the only race for the daj for which there is a definite favourite. He sticks out a mile and it is none oUier than the Creole gelding Oatcake. His chief opponent, if it is muddy, should be Leading Article but even on this horse's favourite Uack 1 do not think he is too much foi Oatcake to handle. Otner than Leading Article it is possible that the newcomer Loughtown, and Uie old timers Bright Boy and Tiberian Lady, will have .i say In (lie matter. ITOLLOW1NG the Fernadcs Trophy will come the Governor's Cup. %  T This race is more open thai, t ever has been for a long while and an indication of this is euii in the reports from Trinidad which have already changed die [avourlta at least four times. It started otr wiUi Ocean Pearl, thlfted to White Company. Went on to Bluo Streak, rested on Elizabethan, touched on Jolly Friar for a brief Interval and has finally ended up on the Venezuelan horse Delhi. not pretend to have any inkling as to the likely winner but 1 certauily caiuioi exclude Atomic 11. Here I think 1 will leave the situation aa it itanda and atlll 1 i utsldWr "ith a chance, uie game llliy Rebate. T HE D elai Manval Btaki ba i large antr> hut not much lalanL l ioould imagine uiat if Sun Qleo is not sent in the Darrn and uiadartakea thla I nit eed bo chaneaa will w u good as any i.i the race. Yet there is Uie Atom, who IS said to be working exticmcly well, win It then A .luam II and All Buba wno ranfaot be Lgnflted. There is also Waverly, who from all accounts improved by nearly two stone since aha went to nice in B.G. Dependeui 00 the work he has received 1 would also keep an eye on Brown Boy for if everything is exactly to his liking it will take soni. thing more than a D class creele to beat bin, | T ASTLY wc wul see the Apex I'late. another race with a Urge entry but not many stars. About the most prominent I see is Bcwinait all m such a low class only because she bats not run v % %  But .crt..inlv if she repeats the iorm she displayed here In March I see nothing on paper to match stridea with bar at any par* of the race. Leap On and Mor. ..r.m are both useful horses but hardly in Bowmanston's class when she i, nt ""I 'AKfcaN' all together WO l4t0Uld therefore see a very mixed bag of %  tttl on the llrst day while it is certain that, whatever else niuy happen, tne racing will he the most evenly contested we have seen oo the fa^ Queen's Park Savannah for main a vcir What with enrries Irum Venezuela. British Guiana. Jamaica, Trinidad. Barbados. Grenada. St. Vincent and the French West Indies it has a Caribbean flavour that hns seldom been seen ln tho long history of racing m Trinidad. I %  & & %  & & £ & & %  %  As we approach Ihe close ol atnotber year we look back v.-uh i latitude to the support and cooperation of tbOM Wi have had the plcasuir ol servinn throughout the yeai and take this opimrtumiy ol exp.-essinB our slnCdTf "thanks" and extend:— Best Wishes for A HAPPY CIIKISI \| \s AND PBOSPEROU8 NKW s I \K | IMIWWNG ESTATES AND TRADING 1 Heat is hard on a dog STRONG as a LION \VrMKN "^ fcun '* <* t hllig-hot. W your .log will rcfuK hi. food. He'll lie in uny tudc he louguc hinging out. Mc'U keep cooniiiiiilly tr.u>.h.iig lunuclf. IV twacaholBBpla, iii.bioo-i iOOSeitwaeai, And this make* him iivile.. ,x'ils hii appcnic ; starts vKin-irriutKin, uui ihat perr^ualicrjiihingiK.piinfulforhUn, •o annoying to waich, >iLingcrou> became u can cswly lead to die more craiu ikin-diiurklcrs. The remedy ? Well, remember, overheated baud Isn't just the re•ulu>fhot weather. 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SUNDAY, UltlMBIK 24. 1*50 SUNDAY ADVOCATE ENGLAND LEADING AUSTRALIA %  %  At the tloae of pi %  %  wi J—wesa • CMtr i> i • %  I • i m ii lui.. r Ii . %  „ If Wnsrhi ibv i 4 Fxtrai | To., |fl IT
  • American sculling champion J. B. Kelly, will 10 chal[arvyn Wood of Australia (oi tha hainpion%  hta lite match li t" ba hen m eoniiantlftn with A Hubarl Opperman, convenor of tha |ul % %  %  i to Australia with hi t will probi i " u <" tlapaii RlVOi DtOI Sydney in October —I.N.8. LIVERPOOL A .,.. i %  million" sporting Injury hi ,(1 Arthur ft tear of South I F.C.. Into hospital. During play against minor team he received a blow in the throai which left tain digHe was i an emeu %  tor a fracture or his Adam's apple. He ll BOW i covering. —I.N s ON THURSDAY EVEKIMO the local member* of tht i KM We t indies tfm t England were each pre nted with sis Eenowti Shirt*. Mr John Ooddard. shipper of the team, is seen here receiving his •hirt* from Mr H Percy Gtaeeee111*11. local Agent for these shirtMENTAL SPORT H. IIIOMAH HARDY PARIS, Most people consider %  Aorta terms of physical exercise. tha prtai ung, football iroojly a floating crap K..lne lUn one Britain Shine* At Stool Halt LQMDOU EbaJL This ancient game is undergoing revival husband* •.hey an "stoolball win yt It Is played like ll game of cricket but wielded in one band, .>na look.* i look like shouldei-high notice %  %  A white pi B -skm M.vered ba'l about the uaad, M uy l.mail whu died recently had a revolutionary concept, 'lo him. exeroae vsa a mental and nothing more MenIj >' mc4 ... %  developed and .ugued. m the same way I .' fibres. Inaudi, weald-farnoui %  ilcuiator. was born In %  v. tie too poor to Band nun |0 school, ami be was forced to -up, H i bjrneeU from the urn II old te moved to . in| I Iflei trom Job to another -bjootbli I %  Ai •>% %  <• i and then ii tie Marseille %  cafe .ii v ii.' ntal pow' light for the Brat ttane tfels)| behind the bar— be could add and subtract change for customers so quickly that he became a one-boy floorshow. i !tT the answers to such CjU* I "Wliat are three consecutive numbers which have 1.503.854 as the total of their square powers*" At th" age of 24. he was introduced to the French Academy Of Science*, and before th. learned man in France. wi_. .. Mnted with the problem. "ComWU1 pose the number 131.700 through uf the ssi. | For example, dlately announ, &f ID, IWQ Ml n % %  % %  %  %  taking "Lamp va formuhi for feat 1 enough, Inaudi i was not %  him it A. he even considered himself %  /'inns (Jet Rvady For Oiympics 1952 B> JUK raoMAsi IS" trOBTS HBirSR L/MfDON. The Finnub I li ernmani hu* ordarad work to b> the build II dium for the IM] % %  %  any extensive building M i %  fium Flnla the Games will fil i The Stadiutn to 1952 Onmaa iras aotuall the I9+(1 ... aUandone.i i i ,. | ,,i the During the pasl ten years th* araattwr bad pi wooden grandstands and bleachert ,iii(| these The btaaetu Itmbar Whan complati I H Stadium, iltual centre of the town, will lo nrc *l tie position tightener ll of the table %  Min 3J potnri M by Arsenal. N< i ahaan all wltl ii. i i i %  i i i'-.-co tr. ,m,ls and .. I Fa idle CIS. ininn s goal with a long BM lelti'.e brio ihe corner produced ti, being erect.. I; adll irlat a "Pr'-horse. pen at the loam with iwooi inn "' / -'" h ' l : '""*ttl1 Utchei During the G t ,a k !" they will boas. 0 "*' a DEC. 14 NO. 151 The Topic of Last Week !%>** a&va&J 1 not/Hill Kcsitlitt %  %  %  I %  %  %  ., %  %  I i hater then Jo. and Lou %  .... -. .ai i *r lll I %  %  .ll '.. mulli|il> Who Inp lh*lr l.* >ld->l>.rl %  %  H .csr ls,llv* >l> ti.iod-Hiii reborn H. !.,.,%  sjteasss UM hia>> %  hi btarhei bmkM i ,, ,.i, MM na m CtUSfSaMS %  "> % %  — %  i %  %  ... .'ioul si.iii J<>e u "Mi" Paanr Hi "ii BMresj "" %  . il fTN a.-brl ) %  Hi--|l h rtlltil all %  '' ' II .... %  Alloa Alhlrll. %  I *•* %  I i Kll A'hu.n 1 • r.Hl.h UH S I %  %  r i. a %  1 MinwSrM T.i -,inm on %  lull" i ,-,l -ruiivi",i\\ th. hall hiyi ahl i„-l II. ..i %  % %  ... arr ra. r. %  CakAa* %  %  .1 i miai ai tponaorcd by J & R BAKERIES maker* of ENRICHED BREAD and the blendcri of J & R RUM PONSON WORLD'S GREATEST LIGHTER %  irfc. i "liMUerif-liiMt, hrh r* Ml I I AVOID IMIUJIONS — IQOK 1011 IHt 1B>D€ fRK gONSON ROSES /////////C4 §S-.:\\ . A/ /i iui mm short drinks U.,h I..H. H. MlilKSsMll. ill). rcsso Greetings CUSTOMERS AMD FRIENDS a the (lames The Ural building ul tht ... most! VIIIHM• %  " %  ni ed men in France, was prenamed "SU J ...i.i. tk* tMwKlnm "(*nmWill be "Ui'CU.. H 'Fini'i. Um of four other numbars, will rasnali each uf which is a perfe,' Dlympi. <. randarad lo I-T .\ ..•.. tanantt, wh" Ri will move in by ChrittrnM, 1952. The village will al>.< %  which the largest will bl ant. built commodatini: 1,000 ! lime r Muniih Zoo hooves, and a" atubbv whll -waah brush -L.E.S square. The young genius required the abnormally long time of three minutes for this one. but came up with the answer: 110,281 square of 341 15,129 " 123 :il. %  BWBJ peoblarns connactad Hh the mi. th* gunu. % %  %  Kampp*, l : %  %  .' %  BU| C.mpan.) will need lely S250.OOO to cover broedcasi 1 131.700 1 Inaudi was so nimble mentallv the often bragged that he never wutad his time with phy leal e-ercise) that he could furnish ajmost lnatantaneously 'he day unMm*iMi*iwm*mm%MWM\&*&*&% Foingn speclators tatad largely i i.slde-es. DUI -hi, which ^. inchorcd In Helsinki a? ... miring the tifteer hotel %  %  days be available f"i the aBua* Games teOlymi rha s..v.ct %  uthoriUas tim tanre fTon I 'i'" 1 ''"-' ll ;''hlel The football araoi and iwlm* dally to Helsinki from Lemng. ming |U %  edloin ().. i>y air. St.dium, but the Bquestn.oi St.. — l N ^ a %  %  %  %  a a a a a %  a a. a %  a I a I BfHJc;W5tltI'Ss awuvor SINCERE WISH To all our CUSTOMERS and FRIENDS. &f City Qarage trading Co., £td. 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    r.\cr. six SCXDAY VDVOCATE MMDAT, DECEMBER M TUr linrnm: OLE VERY OWN By G. B. Gardening Hints For Amateurs Aboat Mi and thalShaw's Last Book LONDON (ieorge Barnard Shaw's last *Ofk — "Bernard Shav, • Khvn. ng Picture Guide to Ay>l Si Uwb^f, KuR btrtwnnMnl, itu Plus. the in can lil ma-OUR VERY OWN 1 iiratol — — • -ta in the >,mple and natural mam*, in which an u^^^"^^^^ T i**r..i a !" * "ou? dea, • ....mcatic drama is presented, |U lack ol -uper< ount* seedling* arc nS to be hd fw" ^i.minji .mu.,,, v arid itv warmly human atmospheres Sum l.oJd^r love or money HLf'tES li obviously directed the appeal ol tin. din AS this *i".rm 'hlnl^S; ev vit*.l nucleus of aocu-ty the family-*,*, w.ti. raa( u S* *' !" '"ST ^r" 1 "' r JS-** ZEE oM^S^SEaS %  "''" r !" o*an oor^Uoo and .1 na. T M G H Mint*.,,, eminent ?,, ,-oup? ,P Pr" b "J? * om WM critic, commenting on the ptAU.Uughtei %  ' '"•"'• "> ** *"*" cation thought "AU Piilon %  % %  Thoo; u. w,o hr r „ s jtirfer s ss until her • lg hT.„tn UfS '!"" k %  ""'"' %  %  * > T^f. !" u 'i^ 8in J S? ,l aboul HH ba said: ,.,n IK-, adoption paper, A '.'" p l A Ml "* 0 "? !" ', *"*"•*''* "It i* %  waggishly placid Saltare accidentally discovered by "• interne -no hu pvi fonnaoca •*• "l" * * ,,rt *"** % %  "• and. bratlon of the village he lovad. r Jealous, became Wlsting His atncartt) aim lf ,h r e hBve b *Wi a lucky fc* reflected in photort.'ph* he took ..re both In love with Hie sensitive a, tin, tOBM ,n 1 h v succeeded In savi-ig himself and in verse he wrote not same boy. the voung sister reialiforcibly tinBadlgl i I s m 1 seedlings, and they are *uflong before he died I al P Ilciently grown, they can now be "There is no trace of the trucuII udoptcd and |ha planted out In their beda without lent volcano who provoked the the ulder girt, hei dtgniu ol hl| p> rt< no ace n reih fcar <* tn ir being flattened human mind with such genius for real mother and m-r! ,,k us *"d drowned. Many people are *ome fifty yearsnot a rumble I her goon thtanxiously waiting In the hope ol %  yed wil'i almost unbaarata lent K*"^* %  "• <' tn Australia: ndlng pertom vchoseeda. whkh are suppoaed to havf TheJ li a pteaaaal jtinosuliun* pathlc. hl^. batra hnvoaa cwne. but are not yet in the ahopt df youth and ^pontaiuil> throughi %  Una .,nd Theae seeds do to wall In OUT ttua "hi. • act. and is air * u'nbclicv.blc climate that the* are well worth place during high MIH-A in ii^ n %  .!. wilting for as the girl %  King Will Be Santa Claus it> Pard n.Miriinn.r SANDRINGHAM, flo*trs of the orlenUI Cbristma* King (icorge Vl of England trw which U cultivated in u>e will pl-> Santa llau.s to his f-.ialr hothouses Princess Mai irtalng the dai i ha mawaraoaa Christmas ma Sandringnam ballroom. of I hi l hi •' 'of the trai •enlimental ;hl H beat work and Stephen IgcNtlly, n B Salusburg continued "We have instead the revoru of a great old man, pottering geninlly through lane, held and garden with his camera -t.. notebook on a boy-scout level, and we accompany him — such is UV extraordinary anti-climax —with some shyness not tow i .' The f.i -.:.iful one, •he understanding all parvnt* U DQt bflng thenuwlvea to tell their daugbtct •>f her origin. Ann Blyth. aa their adopted daughter Gail. Mho t> stunned and incredulous of this nrii;.%  %  th l>efricnd %  r the played Pi dart Joanne Smith change— plays staniiini: doc:. ; vh< the young Interne All %  b at ol wife Utte: Wood. i f .. ( I change to sec *nd BO the straight n 'heir pan %  %  bcln. jld. wh< chattering, it u Farley Granger part of a young Amei aa r tnatead of a gangster He is talented young acier. as well as lielnc an attractive romantk had Seen only twice in the Aim. Ann Dvorak, as Gail's real mothei. does a striking piece of work Her apparent indifference to her daughter is touched with pathos the%  i *-% KING GEORGE VI Christmas tree in Sandruigfutr: appearing bnei1> Ion; Will i d.7' %  I which an I ontai ila fluidity The ignoring of fact hv Mh race* is respon !'ieB Bawa navutg a few sunny day racial problem many lawns and grass plots hav Ymi mav like NO WAV OPT or been cut, a Job which acts as i I In cither wonderful face-lifter for a garden when ahe ce her and realues r ""e. ytaj will probaU] ba -hockand makes such a difference to the unbridgable gai between ed by it. but vou will not iorget it. the look of the whole place. Nov them. To quote fiodailei 0*H< head too that the ground is still in a OUR VERY OWN i* delightlf *hj Amern n Negro Theatre softened condition from the recent full) entertaining It. wam — NOWAY Otfl l rains the opportunity should be human appeal and sensible h.ndnegro—versus-white -t"^ It li taken to give lawns and path:, a 1 an intcreitint thoBat, 'he real a a pj u i a l thdedally rolling for a week or so. 1*. K O 8 S V. O I! • IS 1—i— I li elcome change from "tructlve aff* I luperfMaa] and so-called -i>hlunreasoning hatred tlcated entertainment NO WAY OUT One of the most deadly aerioii" .iv raaUatl< dims avtr lo be shown in Harlwdois now plnvlng al the tannin Thenlr** EnUUad N< I w.w OUT A I with th.avaabgrre ub|acl <•' race hatred nnd M luiiKlle.1 with brutal atrajfhtforwardnoss N %  punches -HI pulletl. and th' 'xpressions of hat nil. verbal ami otherwise, are allowad full play, th no curtailment It Mm for the aquemnisli. ihowI as It • r*v unraira lor. ill InU ball M not Lo pl> .u. i :.*p lamtiiar lo cricanci* i4i I'MX Mn-K*iT itr* 111m %  puss to (* oath in ("in." *if. iupa IVI A* •*<*")" ii %  lajfc. .1 oUl<' U Down ;f a s*ui* iii V WisfDi.ru ol jpprtita pttnap *i . B( way ol eui. it UlTH IOU a dun trlca II Direct.i HaaoaacUDI ia. Ano— He foUntl Ilia tnivaring ariuiw Ca*r. I '.cant a* Ono in** auggast ina Auatrmllan parrot, it) %  it itila t ordrr lo vitnM* surprising how much rvgula rolling improves turf, giving .t just that well groomed appeal %  Bca afbleb makes such a difference. Not only that, but a firm smooth surface means a much closer and more even cut with the Manor House and 'Shaw l.iwn-mower. which cannot cut resist referring to the the grass evenly If bumping over pU*ht of "Britain's uneven ground Homes'" Pointedly he '"This hall the Ma If you have not already done so. beg a few bita of Verbena from a friend and stick, them in. They il] quickly take root at this time, and when bearing they make a lovely bright splash of colour in the garden Verbena i* accommodating too, and looks equally well on a bank t over, or in a bad below wall, in which case it tends to grow up against the wall so prrviding nice long stems for picking. In a flat round bed it is also very attractive, and will continue to flower for many week? It has been a terrible year fx>r slugs, these garden peata, compa**tlvaty new to our island, have done great damage In most neighbourhoods Slug hunting haa become quite a well known after dinner sport, which is the ume (ha slugs come out from theii lairs A count of one hundred killed, is not unusual for one evening in a garden of any size But more about these pest* another time Tor. though we cannot doubt this is the real GBS. it is not th.UBS wa knew. It is almost aa if we had found that his beard was false The story of Shaw's book be gan when he was carrying on hu Bjoui bj love affair by correspondence red robes, black boota and with the famous BriUsh aciraas, whita beard. EUen Terry. Shaw pasted a This year's royal house party number of postcards and photo* il] be a bjg one—bedrooms are graphs into a book, srribblel being prepared for more th. verses underneath and sent them twentv guests off to Ellen Queen Mary. Princess Eliz*EarUer this year the book betu and her two children. rcm* back to Shaw and he decidand Princess Alice and tbi R I ed to use it as a model for a more of Athlone are all expected to ambitious publication Despite hiJoin the King and Queen for Unfailing health he tramped aroun-i holidays. The Court as a who!" the village snapping everythm : mmed to Sandrmgham on Thurshe thought worthwhile The iv suit is the guide with 5d photoS.mdringham House is being graphs and verses. decorated with holly nnd Shaw commences his Guide astoe and with the bright red follows: "Where, marking of two roads the Junction. "Our blacksmith, master of his function, "Has on my iron Kate enrtUad "Shaw's Comer up bold." Following Shaw through the wllaire the guide continues: "A cottage next displays no good work, "Daubed as it is with bogus woodwork." rtiei,ki picture of a tree in his garden and he rhvrr.es "Like Shakespeare I possess a mulberry. But find its fruit a somewhat dull ban) Then there is a picture of HV canaol pri sani Stately 'rote: Hoi %  The informal family Christmas paiiy has been a CUM. the ratgn of Bdward VH and the Oltij time tl*.Royal Family has IhM gathered at Sandrmgham was in lMg when the King was struken with circulatory trouble in his right leg. Otftl fere ex,hanged rlajhl afler break fast on Chnstnuis morning instead of on Christmas eve They are never lavish uxil mostiy %  nail trinketa, books and prinis The King and Queen have already mailed OKI inexpensive gills to rorsonal %  rioiuis and about 2.000 Christmas CardsRoyal servants will this yaaw receive the usual National %  .' %  Certillcates. After morning service at the i Khun I. :.i Si Mary Magda.1 mi the estate a Cnrlslmas inar of roast boat N wfoik • rkey and all the tr.mmWgs and topped off by plum pudding in flaming brandy will b< • I dining hall. lb ra will be an m gtenUj for the King to slip off I i : ive ,i %  hMI si %  H he! .1 he broadcasts to Britain world from his rttidf at 3 pin. 0 M.T. Then comes a gala tea party complete with larajr iced fruit eike 5mothere Oft ANT LTD ftftll tw Big RJLO. Deal e foimei WarrjgT Hio'.n. or Jerry Wai nan Krasna have, afts aaatha of bargaining, signe wi li K O.'s Howard Hughe; par. ciilllng for them to produn 60 If K O. pictures in the next five years, involving an investment S5O.IJ0O.00O. In 1943 Krasna received an Aca demy Award fur the best original aarean play. "Princess CRourke which he also directed. Wald Is the producer of the much praised "Johnny Belinda.' "Task Force." and of "The Man Who Came to Dinner." WAR BETS LONDON. The world-famous Lloyds Insurance Brokers are quoting 50 to l against a world war breaking oui before September 1, 1951. The company has insured the Canadian Philatelic International Exhibition again* 1 hostilities starting before it oper.s In that month at a premium of two per cent, on Ihe injured value of the stamps. —I.N S Two Views On TV ROME: Pope Plus had this to say at.out lllnis" and TV: "They take up a great deal of the time f< rmcrly devoted to the printed work. Wa tiieir BTtMtC I ltd technical importance. Uut they m purely visual. The inllueiiie they exercise, especially en youth, contains such a threat of uitelk-ctual decay that already they are considered as a peril to all mankind NEW YORK Tinned beer and TV sets m the home bring anguish to American pubkeepers. It Is ruining business. Listen to one of them: •My former customers say: Tony. I got my own set now and drink out of my own jug And 1 can kMfa "iy shoes off." Only one soap "jives your skin this exeiliii"; Bouquet l IN 4 Have yea any Gardening Question >ou would Hke to ask, or any garden Informs* Uon > en could pass on that would be of Interest to other gardenenr? an -> % %  i Til i'. %  %  135, lla*-e yt planU or change? aarplu* la exI %  -* %  ,/%  %. Write to "Gardening C/a The Advocate" and wateh this earamn for a reply LONDON Minister of L.iln.ur George Isaacs disclosed that llritain'."welfare state" employs nearly one in four of the working population. The official figures an; Workinc population, 23.500.000: .-'ate employees, 5,715.000. Isaacs said that the greatest number—C.510.000— wflrked in the nationalised industr ev TtM second largest group 1.420.000— are municipal goverriu'ent i m ployees.—LN.8. / %  Mil • %  L.r V lather of •kin with the rich Cashmere Bouquet the soap containing 11 suhilv l>lrndrd pcrtuine*. Huexciling Umqurt Inn-you aaiurrd of your Itcsh. dainiy SSBUBsM appeal CahBksra Bouquet Soap ilicavrnly for \our cnmplriion <-.:re too WITH THE r"AGANC£ MEN LOVE <>7 So beautifully easy... so easily beautiful bcC(ltl$e Brylfoam cleanses so ihorou>;hly yet so gendr, your hair is infused with new raasaBOa, r -w 'parkle. Let TOUT mirror tell iSe story—the story oi glowitg, glonoie. hairhrslth! And M.-Uwonderfully managcaM. hrylfoam makes your h-ir; how cconomicsl it is, loo. Remember the speedy, creamy lather suits every type of hair—dry or greasy, dark or lair. Ask tor Brylfoam and sec how beautiful your hair can be! In tubes, the *ianry and use larf ttonimty mt. there's more foam in BRYLFOAM. THE ORIGINAL C1EAM SHAMPOO IN A IUBE av1 I ANN IIYTH FARLEY GRANGER-JOAN EVANS '"'\ -**. JANIWYATT**#.OVOIAO^HAIOCOO* MAIAIB.OOO V. I 2 snows 2 TO-DAY 4.4.1 A H.:iO p.m. and continuing duily 4.45 and H.M p.m. Exlra Special: Th Musical Short "PIANO RHYTHM" with JAN AUGUST PLAZA TMtEATRE itmiH.inni (NB. NO MATINEE ON XMAS DAY) %  mm I m 2 v >"' really like it nerved in the Ballroom from 7.00 W 1pm l 10.00 p.m. An Orchestra will pHv for Dancing, m r, Dinner arm Dancing, per Por-un S4.00 MONDAY, DFCi:MIKK 23TII S I CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA will be served in our Decorated Ballroom MSandwiches. Cake and ChrKtmiis Fixings served with Tea or Coffee Cocktails and Dunkas Ordered AN ATTRACTIVE DANCK PROOKAMM1 HAS BJLKN ARRANfiKD Entrance 72c 5 includes Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 1M pB -tr>nnr>nnHHaaHHfiiint(t(KEin! %  & & I & %  at S. I



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    -I M>\V. DK(-|:.MBF.K 24, 1930 HONDAS ADVOCAtE PACE SEVEN Delilah's Nightdress Is Coming In Caravan Circus Dailih'v LOND) HI the Iosniuii.N niui aril] lxIncluded ID it "caravan circus t It r 111 h inanufacturvd nouu> lM Uio VYc; • %  I Jutii. In charge ol ih* I'Xpcamon. inc iirst oi Ba Una. u Mr. A. S. Jenianson of TansOW, Britain's largest caravan distxUnitor. mill d| lo Bring up to n a t e tne caravmiw" ol oH Nu* known u> K. M uegan by suppl>ing caravan homtl lo boniocd-oiil families, took ordon from ono of the Ministries, conducted his own advertising anu Hies promotion, and run unaneve this travelling exhibition of British goods. lion Man twenty firms are co-operating — with goods varying from caravans to corset*. horseboxes lo households mop*. IftsflorM in psj cookers. It la hoped uw. Mi:. taMnrlM will become a regular annual event The exhibition will M o pono d ID Port—of-Spatn on January 22nd by Sir Hubert Ranee, Q< t Trimdnd and Tobago. Supportinn him ai the irremonv will be .! \ i • ,,k, the U.K. Trade (*'.r: ni'Mi n.'i m Trinidad; the Hon Albert Qotntl if Labour, fmwsftrj and Commerce; and Mr DuffUrquh.iri. ['resident of DM Trtnlcla| Chamber of Commerce. Tineannent which mused the greatest sensation at London's M<' iKllah" nightdress It | s illustrated here and consists of short pale pink satin bolero with a heart-shaped neck line and tiny cap sleeves, edgci with narrow MM trimming, worn with l full chiffon skirt draped from the waist, 'also edged with lace Tinskirt hem Is bound with satin to make the skin swirl outwards like an Eastern dancinil dress It was Inspired by the new film "Samson and Delilah". in which Hedy Lamarr'i costumeare accurately fashioned after the -vies of 3.000 years ago, when weallhv women wore gowns with bare shoulders, bare midriffs and slit skirts, In fabrics woven of gold and silver thread, and brocades of pure silk. All the swim-suits, nightdresses lingerie, coat* and suits shown iblc tea the Waal Indian climate FIMC nvlnp tricot mesh wi'h frilling, and on or offshoulder necklines made some of the prettiest nightdresses Poplin pyjamas intended for RUmm-r and winter were made adaptable b) fixing an extra pair of long sleeves, and a separate collar to %  short-sleeved opennecked shirt. Many pyjamas had neat straps at the trouser ankles ** to maka a close fitting leg There tin was a Chinese look about piece lounntng pyjama _. f oplin and washtnc taffeta, with and suits |-top tmusers tight titweight barathi Hream: \ XniiiN Sion IIUAII III I'll HI III IIII •a.'.' %  Christmas moi : > |ida and bent and gray, but his mn i as a bell, and ..Ithouah -miM* "bu raded MM) were irimg with good thoughts and dreams MS ,p wtv> Daddy, run faci -i anything from Veioi ~ answered Oa.id> ul) tmiaav. "bii uh see her mother landing at thai ili-nwaj. am. i it o much oh it u good Ion** to t* 1 a dreamer — years and gears ago I been dreaming but sa-/ ear igru..-. & year is the best. Something take place bcfoi. Well wash yuh face with weet soap, read yuh prayers whatever uh get. uh wil | KM for you 1. And hi? I neighbour was gone rubber Md wit of th-> s the engine of a 'plant overhead Only halt of In UlM little shabby hot* was Christmas momma, but x Daddy waa In no hurry to get t -i in his old faded pyjai be slepi on, until the amM . me -hiiiing m on his face „, %  up In bed. opened hit rv^ wtdei uafl ii. bad h.'.n-t „ ... I door — a welcome knock, '<" hli little grand and in paper wrapped i paaea of I out t> you am wake morntn& ta Unas, Dadch "' The child lok. panad fo rom %  %  wered ••Nothln* ,*ild — | was i anting (Jod sent ihingi Th. ti rned to wash the goblei HI it wiih traah aval, i i" My i Mad the OOflaa and MstlMd was looking all around the i u for lha irv.isures he had traaml ibout tbg new black Mjll to we.,r to Church — the ihuea he had seen in l. %  ih a larRc dUb 0) rrujt wen %  new door-mat was in lie an filled with the good II : %  %  : %  .". % %  Anothei calli i. im Padtrj NOU not up I He knew the VDKV, U I Plod! bedafcM god shore in be rebapllzed and handed him a rake of -weei Itart.adn-. wnterreunion* r run *rl lo BCASUrS LT1L. It*.... IN Cort *lr-l UMw. tl. M sssssa "Soaping" dolls hair — HALO f/or$esti/ w %  toMe > oftee was drunk — h< ror his pipe to net a BI Wl Mat shout*ng In the villas}* — a drum was and Uu-re, was .i bu; -)i rig noaa at I ndehlld cajta in breamr.id hugKi-d him up "Daddy. Verona come the come b> this Christmas plare"' in „ minute'] IUTM ihild sml bid 'y was out :o the %  kissss and n ^told ihe talc %  rv. connh> [lend Chri*tma-i tMth you. 1 came all the wBj (mm Canada by T.C A'' said a ssjiiahly dressed younj; woman the house .seemed | ... %  [|e l he Cat %  brought tie! and put on the table, and ; WroiLi started, to unpack,! I 1 dch iaw In inn* suit his. ew Ue. and everything sweei l>ecnuse it came iiada. ...... ihottght •' %  %  and s,, HI hi ml Uitnlnt; ml. she • Daddy, anu made for the seawarm • ASTHMA MUCUS loosened First Day Deal !•< i-oua_hlB, MSMtSa thokin* Li..k of Brufi-bUla or AaUtsu -uln your %  !** %  and *nrK> noHi*itT or olahi wllhout trying MITN DACO. Th". f Tl m-dl^ln-l. > %  •. InUrd >U|h 111b _ >V % % % %  • maTs (hick alrani n mucu*. 1 Tbua minotta fiaw araAlMng Sid aunda> r.^r. rafr-^ilne ala^. 1 Malpaailavi • irouflhlaa, whaaiinf. aaaasfu vluk'h saitlanveilon <* %  ooaffv aak faaranlaef<1< MKNPArh rrara %  ham I at 1 Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minutes ", "aoaping" y id ..i cream ahampooa hides lu nimul %  lib ilnlli %  ,; aoap aim. Baka aWWsMa no nap of stkkv oikH.IMIH todt>ll y-.ur hau'. naiural luitrr \\ ul, II. Halo In Mini tail ihimring hssAiiThb. lu fragrant Ulhei rinsn •"M> ^dW io any ktod of walrr — Deed* no aftrT-rin*. al'rffaaii thai's hetrouS, uar Halo. I*IW* lxorDr>H. -,,i • In .tnm.4. H.u^MvU^tUvt*,km+~. lit aaam,'Aaia /if*ya* M/T Hal* gtwi Asaia>A li'iaiiia, I' -*.|.. nail •• a i -ofl. rta ll'hior i ra huritln*. and othar %  %  HALO rHeah Ike hiairii keavty ol >o*r kiir Si'Xi ninnvy tiai-k %  ar tin auaraittail im.l |..i...an.i --HE NIGHTDRESS. conslsUn K of bolero-top and separate fnu IMW< ng skirtInspired by Hedy Lninarr'x costnraw In Paramount* Ibi Sanisuii mid Delilah." x*!io snort satin bolero ha* a heart shaped neckline and Uny ti,, .leave", edited with narrow lace trimming, and the full chiffon sk.i., drapea from MM WtJat, iIBM edged with lace. Ths skirt hsm .. bound *nth saUn to match the bolero and make the akin rjrlrl OIAV wards like an Eastern dancing dress. Designed by Bienderella, it was shown at a I-ondon previt^ o. hMBMMl specially created for oversea* market*. BY THE WEIGH Down at the had store there b an old-fashioned balance-scale which has a capacity of forty pounds. Only four .liflerent weighs anneeded to enable the storekeeper to weigh any amount up to 40 tad this Male. One of these is, of course, one pound. What are the other three? The weighing is done only In whole pounds, so no fractional \. eights must be considered. PMIJ aq i> .punod o words "This Is It* a white ground, petal cuffs lo the brassiere >u %  p-UH". ITHJ in t combined with lace Sen e p*ti(i of the other sn '^.ima.lop avaning lownj Vot the larger, ;-'x *"*""" M-|< .11n -|.II. ..in in" ,..t J,!" -n, pita -atNinaiaM puriMi JUIII 'numml ne embroidered with fine An entirely new fabric for diagonal stripes in silver beading swim-suits was lime satin lastcx A ehlflon stole duped the shouldadc '.iciter" waa a twoers. S tece in rayon lastcx. with one alf white and the other blue. In all. the Exhibition will tour ^ There were "Irlkshorts" and 'he Caribbean islands for about dogs, -hutWhich aya pleated so that Tour months. \ni'. Its route has not pleats fold concert inn-wise yet been finally decided. To enthreefor easv packing able residents in neinhbouring in i for travel coals islands to visit the Exhibition mainly light while 11 The favourite Wot Indian Airways arc arrang Ultia* iio| J14J, TEN TO ONF. "iiiiiiiiixs i.i-.ri'Mt Deaj i hiliireti, Chrlitnuui ibare again with i^leaatlMJ and merriment | suppose I ou have prepared your gifts and) fit them to your friends already; Ihe Tiny Tot* will be hanging ut-l kings t *>>e National Hun! CommlUc* !" %  Not rulln. body of ,liplha S ing In i ,,Rupert* Autumn Primrom—41 who enters this church 24.0U0.0OO callers at national insurance offices in the 12 months. —OP PROLIFIC COW DSCXIR, Man Murray has a really Ha is converted I'd handbags, etc." —lC.PI. ELLPHANT FORGETS MONTREAL Major C Claudfc %  %  a lecture tour after M ftmtt In India, told an Inb does sometimes forget. Britain, refuse to adhere to the Government's official devalued rale of 2.80 dollars to the pound The Racing Catendai OflMal pubUcation of thi %  thai for racing purposes there Shall be live U.S. dollars to £1 Entry in the Grand National productive cow. In the last three He said Ihe elephant is.a remarkra c. Ii Unused to horses which yearshe has given birth" to five able animal, but no' because of his roughly have won threc-mincalves, two sets of twins and i mftuon. whuh is no better than s t a a pM Chagei WOfW :3 u, '" r ,* single calf All ore alive and well, that of a horse, eat or dog. mile 'chases i \ ,,, , l n „ V a —C.P. —C.P wise $1,500 and 32.000. -I N iO *H(X4 qyou lovtiu MJT POND'S I'OMIS IOIII IlliM indaaflai your skin. % %  •sir* > tsi%ins<. i in 4M to protect youi skin by day and lo hold your powder mirtt. fr>Uo*in| th* old SjtMkaun'i jira KUpan mjkf. h> *•) %  ireuiL 1, ih' wood and mffl "Goad, io I kno 1( i | ass," i id-ii.i SmG ELECTRIC dtfw &&!%£**$ JZgjuM POSH'* I4CI PtUQLB: elinging perfumed, sceintifically blended foi a glamorously matt complexion. m)i nf the G.B.C I Dd* nadc that n lied afier man-*never needrand up %  BOMSC j'.d I s Solid -hromlum-plitee -sontiftf (OnCaalM lock. PtSB-% LIP*I UK smooths •o easily onto your hps; the rich vibrant colour BUryi on and on and on. Here is a ran. products used by lovely society women everywhere. Simple and inexpensive, they are all you need to keep you looking flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them at all the best beauty c*ouI THE CITY GARAGE "KAOING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN -BARBADOS WMtftNTING THE CtNLKM UlCTUC CO LID.. 0' INOA^O ARE YOU nillMH WITH MMHIMIIIHI PAINS? law applr SIMIOOI i I., thr XTrrlrd PUlu U< rM yannrlf l .cniiT K^raOOL (ONQITKS .. FAIN On Safe al KNIGHTS DRUG STORKS If your hair is on the DRY side —there .ue three good rea*oi for using Silvia..in Hair TOOK l.i>ti WITH on. Il luppJiei the natural oil. ih.it dry hur lacks, it'* escclleni, lasting drcsvins and a torn-, lonon too: H contain* J*larr SiUlkrln, the tun natural food. Remcmbci ihotc last lw> word., wini oil, when you atk for It. Fhtm all ehtmnti. hoiidres ui t and tlort i I LOTION L/nrufe : of dood'ufl ond ihm OikHfytontd'nur^d rtl Heir tonlfloooo—o.aiJob,'e with or without^!. 0<(O^"t to your NM'lUla.r.."-)! LOVELIER 2 SKIN IN 14 FOR WOMEN OUT OF DAYS l BY I VI MOMVE BEAUTY PL \\ ThiMy-fiinr doctors — including leading skin *pe'ialiii havr now i oMplrlcd 14-day icsts CH the Palmolivc Beauty Plan on 1,364 wmiini tfl ..tl Bgr*. and every type Of sUttl. They report a definite, notirrahk imprs hoped il could be, iry fhr I'almolivr Beauty Plan." It's so simple. Thrs is all ym do: 1 Waih ym fact with I'almelm £sa>>. 2 Manage th ruh, o/i'w-et/ lather into yam iHn/ar one full minute 3 mm Start now, continue for 14 days. And prove as Hie doctors proved — that if you keep your aaJn'cleansed by Paimollve's bcautifyinK olive-oil lather, you are nsrr to . KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION



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    SI M>\V. DECEMBER 24, lSu gVNDAi ADWM \tf. PACE SEVEN Delilah's Nightdress Is Coming DM^'B Dream: \ \ms Sior\ In Caravan Circus LONDON luu tile la*JUoiia afMoB wul b\In %  British maiitifaciuiiU nuuu. fan* uw wii i lA'cemocr 30th. In charge of the oxi>lilion. . %  first oi itUDO, .-> -kniunson of Tapluw, Britain's largest caravan distributor Mr AoktMon inien.i d .'.,' %  Usa "merchant omvanB" of old. Now known as %  Van Kin*, he began by supplying 0UB1 horn bed •out families, took orrteri Irani one oi the Ministries, conducted his own advertising arm sales promotion, and has nnancvo thai traveUlnu vxhibuioii of Brilisli goods. More than twenty firms are co-operating — with goods varying from caravans to corsets, horseboxes to households mop*. lingerie to j;;ts cookers. It Is hoped that tins enterprise will I i regular ..nnu-L event The exhibition will be upene.l in Porl-of-Spam on .'anuary 22nd by Sir HubTl Ranee. (;. I and Tobago. Supporting him at the ceremony will be Mr. Aubre> Stark, the UK Trade Commijuiiincr m Trinidad, the lion Albert OK ur. Industry and C i> in in a i e rj IIMl Mr DuffUrquhart. President of the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce. The garment which caused the greatest wniallfai II London's preview was the 'Delilah" nightdfl I: i. llufU ited here and cotisists of short pale pink satin Imlirn with a heart-shaped neck line an ( | tiny cap sleeves, edged with narrow lace trimming, worn with ;, full Chiffon skirt draped from the waist, 'also edged with lace. The skirt hem is bound with satin to make the skirt swirl outwards like an Eastern dancing dress It was inspired by the new (11m "Samson and DHil.-ih". In which Hedy Lamarr't costumeare accurately fashioned after the Mlnoan styles of 3.000 years ago. when wealthv women wore gowns with bare shoulders, bare midriffs and silt skirts, in fabrics woven of sold and silver thread, and hrornrle* nf I'ure silk. All the swim-suits, nightdresses, lingerie. COfltl %  *! Dial shown were suitable for the West Indian climate Fine nylon tricot mesh wi'h frllllne. and on or offShoulder necklines made some of the prettiest nightdresses Poplin pylamas Intended for summer and winter were made adaptable by fixing an extra pair of long sleeves, and a separate collar to n short-sleoved openMCked shirt Many pylamas had neat straps at the trmiser ankles to make a close fitting leg. There was n Chinese look about a threepiece Inuneinj! pyjnma set In poolin and u-ashim* taffeta, with block peg-top trousers tight fitting at the ankles, a brilliant magenta shirt, and a hlnrk Chinese tunic with high buttoned neck Much of the lac* used for trimming was nylon—extremelv hardwearing, quick-drying and decorative Swim suits wefe mostly of satin lastex. One had a broken printed stripe which formed the l> O. IIOAII was :iha\j* dreaming. and so Christmas morning was Daddy was old and gvsv. but his mind was clear-as a he! and although the) war* 'img with good Of long* ago. In this little shabby boiaw, u i iiiiirniiig. bul no hurry to get up — in his old faded pyjamas, It] B 'hiding in on his hce. Slowly he sat up In bad. and %  i at the knock, to* hlfl little gninn ing hi* paper 1 %  %  i wake yet? this i iirning." na child looked arnazed Daddy. .i eyes?" i %  Daddy an•wrrrt "Nothing C*1H — I wax God sont me so Sings this Christmas R awntn The child ti med to wash the goblet ..mi I ih fresh water I>. Mf dipped the coffee and smiled — wag looking all around the hi in fi he had ilieanil iboul the. new black xirit to arear to Church — the %  hoes he had seen In !.'%  dream gh loins, Mid nen locki the table with ., large dlah 0| '".it %  veil ,i HI W d II,iv. good thine rja and in the %  D ha taw I. old wife MI 4 vears ;igo. Anothei call) %  up y H knew tha woman came to his be dg id* and and handed him a cake of rare*! ,p u .... f"" kaj this chrlsti' Voii btesr anything from \ < N chlla.-, answered Da.l.l> -till but uh see hei mother il doorway, am. much uh il IK good to be a dreamer — yean ano ye.hi-s ago I beni dreaming but thfel year Is the best. Something -i place before the da> Well wash yuh hWsj wlW %  %  : *oap. r<*ad yuh prayer* whatever uh get. uh wil i BBB for you." And hi." | icirtibt'iir was gone tubbad hi bagtdi bo Either, and lot I %  %  il a 'plant half of dnink — he reached for his pipe to get a %  -v rial '-.i that shout• village — a drum was ..nd there, was a big W th. Itg nose at his door IChtlfj cajna In breath i id hugced him up "Daddy Verona come she fi larr In ., tnlntne/ :o the car, ami kiss's and hug. told the tale Fv cenw to upend Christmas JHih you. 1 came all the Wlj Eton) Canada by TCA sr<.:shJy dressed young woman. : fly the house seemed Mw a castle The Car let wi i N> vhboui' brought I rrvl and put on the table, and sliii led to unpack, P -id' aw in neu suit his j ..-k new tie, and rvcrvthinsj rweel %  >• %  > mi (tinrtada Vernnn*' one ihotrghl was the b) i and so In her bright >.i. she hissed Daddy, ami made for the seenfore to ba i*t .iptiioit in wari Harl>adna HI I'll III III I II I TIIBI— i*-i1 TSpf->*a. a-** and WQW MK Jouna mMMl ( %  >( aj %  .mm • B.-.T.. AU eawi nSlt ->ll> a i*al .nlU'aMc •• < u >l>lt>. Will, .lion* .nil MM I. .. %  n*d. H •>•. lha hr.U will". • ci\ cnlW Suunaaa iiii broke" i %  HIrnIfxrMWtt hmne*% of trunlUnf. Tor full drUlU anil Tt** BookiM wrtW i„ IEASIXT.S LTO, IW.I IN 4 Celt* t*NL LaM. Vi.aMtaM ASTHMA Mucus loosened First Day Ih.-i t ut roualunt, anaviiuf rhok\xm allarlu of B-..L tlUa or AaUlm. ruin >our %  !** %  ) a.nJ anarav Bnotb*4r or nlahi wltliout tiring *CN I1ACO. Ttila fraai mailli-lna %  aot a amok*. tnla-Mlon or a&rSy, bul %  <*• throufh Iba blood, thua raarMna lli' %  %  and brttMohlal lulu Soaping" dulls hair — HALO qfoii/feS'l/ f Italy %  %  i r III W a I !-• %  %  --imilaafraor WaalMns and • _. i#fraahm*al.aa. I H.lpaaJla-' and ra, I. T*o. •ound*' ._ i.ii. '.^tiT -h.tola, %  -•> ITnj ii % %  j'es; MPaCO frora BY THE WI Hill ima, r!ii.f fini i.rv i ringworm, I'BorlBBU, Hlmkri.-ail-. I'imptrB, Foot 11h aafl othar blni INMM ordlnnrv ttralnwnta alYe nly paran r.-ii-f I-uic tin t1-> • I ill lha Bn IH aua* Th*' ntw dl.. -,-\ or. Nlaaaarm, billa Ih|>nM In 7 .luulaanil la a-OHianlaml MI" on i\ anft. rlaar, aflrallv. amoolli akin aiBBty |uiik.i(<' (1*1 nuariuil.p.l N iodarmfioui>-,> U r.'hriiilBlH-l-vana Nixoderm SraafS Tor Skin Treaties treHHa, N t*. "aoapinit" yo.t halt wilh ***n nnrM liquid nt r .in ahampooa hld iia natural I with dulhi> K .u.p film. Halo dBataini no %  ..^ uc sticky ous %  inInn lo-duil yoor haii'i tiatufal IUJ kni|• m. Hahi hfingaout thiinmrrinK hsM-l.-hu |i> fragrant lathrr rinan imigBinny kind of water — need* no afifT-r>ne. V** 1 lhai'l hatrous, uar Halu. %  tfMMB M W iw t swr mtMk |A*>* /ir.wvrf oaf* Halo gimi asv IM>4 mifwa! fsoW*. veals lie MHei bciu!> ol your hair Doi •flE NI01ITDRE8S. coniilniK of bolero-top and separate fan i-. ug klclrt innplrfifl by Hwty LaBaarra eotnme> In Paramount | fl i a-m-on and D-lilnli /he aiiort satin bolero haa asart ihaped nficlcllue and tiny i;.., -letves, edged with narrow lace trimming, and tlifull rblffon ik.... drapea from the walot. 1* aNo edged with lac. Tha skirt hem ... hound with • %  tin to mstrfa the bolero and make the skirt nvlrl Ml wsrdH like -n Eastern dancing dreu. Designed by SlenderoIU. it wan *hown at a London preview o. fashions specialty created for oversea* market-. words "Thin Is It" in scarlet on crepe, and net combined with lace a white ground. White satin were used for some of the other petal cuffs to the br.i i Ding IDWDs. For tha larnei. concealed buttons for detachuble older woman, was n white moss shoulder straps crepe embrwdered with fine An entirely new fabric for diagonal stripes in silver beadim 1 SWiin-sults Wai lime salln lastex A thlfloti stole diaped the shouldbrocade. *'Je.er" wns a tWOS ii rayon lagtaa, with one alf white and the other blue. In nil, the Exhibition will tour There were "trlkshorts" and the Caribbean islands for about -kmwhich are p l eated M that four months, hut Its route has not the pleats fold concertina-wise yet been finally decided. To enha aaaj prickinc able ragManta in nda Materials Used for travel t-oats islands to visit the Exhlbiti and suits were .Might baratheas. The ._. colour was Pebble—a cool stone ing special rate concession* or 'l.in planes. Black Chanlilly lace and chif., „ „ fon is most popular for cocktail Ne Jtutt Of dollar* dresses. The bodice en !" J? SSa! mounted on fleth coloured chiffon caravan trade fair to the Middle and the black 4drt chiffon Is inWl • .vh.ie he wil IrlCltely draped at the waist to slwrnand wtl llrttish goods In the rail into foldi over the hips. main streets of America at thEnu naaiMi run lace, pure silk state Fairs. Dew t'iiiioren. Christmas is here again with i'1 i 'kiting and ineinmenl | supposvl 041 have prepared your gifts mid' mi them to your friends already; the Tiny Tot* will be hanging ufl ifv ir stockings to-night and anx, i' lv looking forward to ojienins i to-morrow Amid It all let ot forget the llrst Christmas on that I there 1oldlash lont'd balance-scale which has a capacity of forty pounds. Only f"ui different weights are needed to enable the storekeeper to weigh any amount up to 40 pound* "n this scale. Om these is. of course, one pound. What are the other three.' The weighing is done only in •'"' l ** great gift U. on th-t .nds^so no fractional ^j£SlSf k JT t j£ tVS •O&bW*'*'-''-''' ARE VOL' i ll \IM I" niTH RHI'.t'MATIC PAINS? it hole pounds. i. eights must be %  p*HSW aq i *U -pl|ll I r :dered. n mnod r> HI d" I .!!• %  .uw iaii-.uiHSnJi -"II Mil* TEN TO ONE happy Christmas and lot* of fun Yours very truly, CHILDREN'S EDITOR DRAT THAT FLY LONDON A graduate studying biology at I.ondon University built a machine lo measure a house fly's horsci .T .ind discovered 11 produces |c dv of atwapleehaalng..In eh Bnuin. refatch -v. |i i c NImply* applr SXIHOOI I lo the affeeled parta and J. rid yourself of agony \* HACROOL OONQl'FRH ...PAIN 5 On Sale at KNIGHTS DRUG STORES i If your hair is on the DRY side —there urc Ihrer good nBHOM for using Sllvikfin Hair Tonic Lonon wirn on. Ii tupplm the natural oil* thai dry hair lacks; %  (' •'" eoccllcni. lasting drct^ing and a lonK lonon loo, it contaim Pure Sil-ikrln, Ihe hair's natural food. Remcmhei jhose last two words, wirn on. when you tikforlt. Frvmallchfmiitt,h u tnlre 1 i and m [ SilVikrin LOTION WITH oit fftin ', %  tfjy tuck d/eivnv uio Sll.ikrlo i torairlooofv—ovoilable wit/i irfioof oil, ccrorrfing to your of dond'uff i a dally (ivfc d/eiiing uin Sll.ikflo HKIfcrlKU**-*!.'!-ll t4 to adhi Government's offlciul rate of 2.80 dollars to the pound The R;ieing CUandaa DBMB] nubllcation of the hoi iuthoriUes in Britain, i that for racing purposes there shall be five U.S. dollars to £1. Entry in the (/.rand National rare i;. limited to horses which nughly hiive won threc-mlli hlch is no better than rMeptechase* worth £300 or twoone, cat or dog. mile 'chases rth *; 400 1 ^ a,h i ,:r_ mi and $2.000 -INS la *Mtvl 'glf ptimroi*. I don'i ffcfr* J: Say." hit) lc-'* n I'vs go> b >tl | h ieri mm i hstdlt p*; I i Pt\B'% COID till iM '..i-lranscundsoflpn your skin %  ••Sirs VANIMISC CMAM to protect your ikin by day and lo hold your powder matt. &&.C. ELECTRIC LOVELIER SKIN IN 14 DAYS FOR 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3 BY I'ALMOLIVE BEAUTY PLAN Thinv-iiifir dOCCOTI irtChiuTrflg Ir.idini; kin sprri.iliniplctrd 14-day tests Of thr Palnmlivc Beauty I'lati Oil 1 .'t'l.f, wnmen "t ;i!l ages and rvrry type Of itttt. They report a definite, n0ffMft>lf IniplUVbiiiftit in the complexiom "1 a wfimen out of 3 fnipported by ligocd *lements by the women ilinu-Ki These were tnon| ill'" iinjniAfitiriits Jf<^ &t**^B*e& ^A<**** IMISH'S I 111 PSMDIB: clinging perfumed, sceinliflcally blended for a glamoruusly matt complexion. reported: fj* Q\ !" v Co' t* Blemih* fewer Fresher, smoother Bri hter. clearer ">un :. • ire tod never ocedi itfi %  rand up o — 1 climati *'.


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    p.vr.r. six SUNDAY VDVOCATE SUNDAY, DECEMBER M, MM Al The I in* OLE VERY OWN By G. B. Gardening Hints For Amateurs Shaw's Last Book King Will Be Santa Clanlf. I r.-tl l... flil.u. r XboulthUuuiI.huiI UKItK have been curapli n all Hides from i-mr.-i, bad their seeds washed l)> the recent rain*, and by all I LONDON. George Bernard Shaw's last work — "Bernard Shaw Hhym who f'S Picture Guide loA>oi Si Lawber,*,. making awav *"*"* %  P-'bliithcd %  H eeoU 11 -J. '* %  Pictorial guide of "out dear Knuura from I niH'iii, iho Plam Theatre is me of the imi pub-Ik i ins—OUR VERY OWN. 1 this iilm are the simple and natural mariner in which an < domestic drama is presented. uperrounti aeed^lnaTare'not w be had # % %  *" con, "'" ln | grid Iti warmly human atmusphera Sam Croldi^r lovr *" %  wyn has obviously directed the appeal of th* film to that „ *a?!hU "".'a, human "fSod.^ bUI nucleus of society -tin .^iSuJ ^H^rMf-* re" ff"*" l0 %  >*** ' d *' uUN a, s. L .-... LS. l ^*jrE^fr2J ,J 'f^ P3* *"' -B -t l 100.00C Healing with SANDKINGHAM. flower, of the 01 King (ieorte VI of England tree which hi 8 will play "Sanla Claus" to his mate huth. I >'• proi< Fa: ... Ihu. w„„ ta „ ,0, .-ml her eighteenth birth'I' !" Uam POJUei al the !" „_ -dopuon papan *"**" %  >> p ^ nti r£JT^r wlu 2J* Molt -iiscovered by a "* ,nl,nie " ran Helen tly grown, they can now be "There is no trace of the trucuthe pnrtv that she is adopted and r.planted out In their beds without lent volcano who provoked Quj to the older girl, her dbput> of h i. tng fear of their being flattened human mind with such genius for Widmark ut n' Th Is a pleasant atmohuheni pathic. his hatred of the Nearae* cume but ,re not **' ln ,he lho u . IrJ^wt a £Br •hroughis shown lo nil avery Una and These seeds do so well In our g* !" m Camera and_ noteout thU him the lime whici act. and is alnvtyt unbelievable climate that they are well worth P^'*_ on ' kc I !< h scnool in it, Intensity 'Linda DarnalL waiting for. n weak, will. gr;iduati i stunned and incredulous of this • lo *"" Smith information, reveals her capacity | N" .solution i^ | for emotional acting and hei.*.'"'" and from its titli scat with hei own inothei i;*Jthors would h M i of the mosl dramatic in th Bim The roles of the iv or sisters arc well acted by Jo Evans and Natalie Wood, uV latter boln^ an imp uf about in >ears old, who never stop! .hattcrlng. It is a change to see Farley Granger in the straight part of a young American lid. To do Otherwise pleasant part for a change—plays the understanding doctor who befriend* the young Interne. All of the support In; role> i. i-r played, particularly that ol Poitlcr's wife. by Mildred the auirt bad there i* mine M.iwcver, iere is th. w. than implfl avMi i n %  >ehei thai .i ,a u' i il polution dona exist ror, In the Hi I i I > %  iv ana i %  I 4>1> .-ssass • and lecopl or rojeei Indlvldualg* on their paraonal v hal n tt aai 4 %  f-pHr itr to t.dented young acter, as waD %  heUig an attractive romantic lead. Been only twice In the film Ann Dvorak, as Gall's real mothei docs a striking piece of work Her apparent Indifference to hei daughter i* tourhni • when she sees her a the unbrldgable ga| them. ndeai reetrta tha fl*ld of hi %  which "' Incapabli <>f -oniami its fluidity The ignoring of t fact, by both races, is repon*i for the bat racial prohlem Y. r KING GEOKGB VI tree in Sandringh;>r appearing bneit %  black boots and Ion Fur, though we cannot doubt this Is the real GBS. it is not the UBS we knew. It Is almost as if we had found that his beard was false." The story of Shaw's book beChristmas gan when he was carrying on his HoUM by love affair by correspondence red robes, with the famous British actress, white beard. Ellen Terry. Shaw pasted a This year's royal house part; number of postcards and photowill be a tug one—bedrooms airgraphs into a book, scribbled being prepared for more than verses underneath and sent them twenty guests. off lo Ellen. Queen Mary, Princess Eliza Earlier this year the book betli and her two children. rnme back to Shaw and he decldand Prlnceas Alice and the aVirl ed to use it as a model for a more of Athlone are all expected to ambitious publication. Despite hi)om the King and Queen for thl failing health he tramped arouni holidays. The Court as a wh< the village snapping everythin he thought worthwhile. The re the guide with 59 photoSandringham House Is being again personally supervising the decoralimi niammoUi Christmas tree In the ballroom. The informal f.imil> CteMgaga a been a cuetoi the reign of Uwetd VII and the only time the Royal Family h-ui not garnered at Sandringham was in 1948 when the King was -.trieker, with circulatory trouble in hU right leg Gifts an exch-nged riglu afU> breakfatt on Christmas morning instead of on Christmas eve They are never lavish but mostly small trinkets, books and prints The King and Queen have already mailed over a thousand small, inexpensive gifts to personal .netuls and about 2.000 Christina! Cards. Royal servants will this year receive the usual National Savings Certificates. After morning service at the '"'• -*iui. I. % %  %  sv %  .:... %  L on the estate u Christmas 1,1 "t roast beef. N rh>!k rkey and all the tnmmlngs and topped off by plum pudding in flaming brandy will be served ir the mahogany-panelled dining halt TticTvwill be an opportunity for the King To slip off nil shoe* a id have a short snooze before he broadcasts to Britain .-.ini the world from his study at 3 pin. Q M.T. Then comes a gala tea party complete with large iced fruit cake smothered in r.eli irm; favors and paper hats Since naving .. few sunny day any lawns and grass plots have v like NO WAY OUT or been cut, a job which acts as a Ith pathos vou may not Ilka it la althei wonderful face-lifter for a garden. case, you will prolianlv h* shockand mokes such a difference lo hatwnan 'd by It. 1m! von ^ ill not lorget it. the look of the whole place. Nov.To quntr Frederick CVlfeel, head too that the ground is still in a lor ItOSSw ORU ? 6 %  I — H_ F ihuu> OUR VERY OWN is delight"' ,l ** Ameri. an Negni fully entertaining Itg warm "NO WAY OUT human appeal and sensible handnegr1 D of an interesting theim the real •aplontlon maka a walaoma charuu from rtmettva tfftet Miperllcial and so-called EOphniunreasoning hatred" Heated entertainment. NO WAY OUT One of the most deadly serlnuand starkly realistic (11ms evei to be shown in Barbados is now playing at the Ernpln i Entitled NO WAY OUT d*als with the explosiviubjed Of rare hatred and is handle*! with briit.il si i.light forwardness N. punches are pulled, anil ih< expressions of hatred, verbal ann uti.i-• i-ian allowed inn pla) • ith no curtailment Tin not film for the squeamish, show| >g as it noes the cruelty of %  prejudice, as personified in one oha ra at ar and race prejudice In it., lowest aspects However, it also csnpliasizes the innate decency and humanity which are always to be found In members of both races, and it is these elements that make one realize there is hope of a solution foi this bitter controversial subject. Ibg plot concerns a young Negro interne, who is assigned to two white brother-, brought into the hospital after a street fight One Of the brothers dies, and the other, a |ycholic negro lo the police for the murder ot < mai thereby forcing an Theatre softened condition from the recent t ir' %  rang the opportunity should be It is taken to give lawns and paths a the itedally rolling for a week or so, 1. d and Is surprising how much regular rolling improves turf, giving It Juat that well groomed appearance which makes such a difference. Not only that, but a firm smooth surface means a much closer and more even cut with the lawn-mower, which cannot cut the grass evenly If bumping over uneven ground -I If you have not already done so, beg a few bits of Verbeoa from a friend and stick them In. They will quickly take root at this time, and when bearing tlicy make a lovely bright splash of colour in the garden Verbena is accommodating too, and look, equally well on a bank to hanjt through Liiiiaij red i in*) in.i .1.111(1 O.fl ! %  I-1 sad I n|a %  %  .'1 %  %  %  i tuts ball U> mil lo piny viili (Si laqM (ami.),)! lo DTK tut MHUSVIS HI„ th.n pn* mu M. 1*1 uuianit) i" iiiact *n iipait. II i* Mnrub i> % % %  *.! It OUI I*' *• 13 DOTO %  iMV whsel abo*. grvuM it> ilwUS UU aomelllliM |rl> I.U.1-C after it. (Si Kim OOni to ClialiK' "'• .1 a gui* i5i A iDarpnsss of apprtiu ycinnii (41 i. By y or HJI. ft Ulia fou a duel irire irt to lodge. Not tn iree n* the liOl over, or in a bed below a low wall, in which case it tends to grow up against the wall so providing nice long stems for picking. In a flat round bed it is also very attractive, and will c*illnue lo flower for many weefcV It has been a terrible year tor slugs, these garden pests, comparatively new to our Island, have done great damage In most neighbourhoods Slug hunting has l>ecome quite a well known after dinner sport, which is the time the slugs come out from their lairs. A count of one hundred killed, is not unusual for one evening In a garden of any size Rut more about these fiettanother time Have yon any Gardenlns Question YOU would Mke to isk or any garden Inform* Uon you could paaa on that would be of Interest to other gardeners? graphs and verses. Shaw commences his Guide follows: "Where, marking of two roads the junction. "Our blacksmith, master of his function. "Has on my iron gate ensc rolled 'Shaw's Comer up In latlag| bold." Following Shaw through the village, the guide continues; "A cottage next displays no good work, "Daubed as it is with bogus woodwork." There is a picture of a tree In his garden and he rhvmn "Like Shakespeare I possess a mulberry. But tlnd its fruit r i somewhat dull ben \ Then there Is a picture of thv Manor House and Shaw cannot resist referring to the present plight of "Urtlatn's Homes" Pointedly, he "This haU the Man Is called. Edward the Sixth its lord installed, "No lord can now dwell then "And guarantee the building's welfare." Shaw potters all the way this tiny Hertfordshire 'ine evening will be spent 0X0* ..round the Yule log and in lowing a "double feature" Bin) how in the ballroom For those f the party who are still hunry there will be a cold buffet • 'left-over'* available. Kir*: George VI revels in his Id-fashioned Christmas holiday which he stretches well into %  ed to sandringham on ThurvJanuary. He likes nothing bettor than to change Into tweeds and %  I m-t Che popular countrj squire'' of Sandringham. —I.N.S A Twin Idea for You mm. *— . Give yourself a lovely decorated with holly and mi'1 toe and with the bright re Stately wiute: r House afford to .'illage. rhyming about the postoffice, the inn. the "new" ITlh century ehunh, and ends I'uide with "Now there is nothing for me to tell, "Thanks for your shilling (14 cents) friend; "and fare thee Already the villagers are saying they are certain Ayot St. Lawrence will become a second Stratford on Avon (Shakespeare':Mrth-place) which is Britain's lop show place for visiting Americans IN S Standard Kit $ 2.73 Refill Kit (mhjle mod; . $1.43 — used by 25 million American woman! I". a riaoDCT or THI TONI DIVISION OH Bif; K.K.O. Deal in. i Warner liroth. producing team of Jerry Wai0.000. In 1943 Kraana received an Aca demv Award .for the best origin.); %  green play. 'Trinceas O'Rourk-winch tie also directed. Wald Is the producer of the much praised "Johnny Belinda,' "Task Force." and of "The Man Who Came to Dinner" WAR BETS LONDON. The world-famous Lloyds Insurance Brokers are quoting 50 to 1 against a world war breaking out before September 1, 1951. The company has Insured the Canadian 1'hilalehc International Exhibition against hostilities starting before it opens ln that month at a premium of two per cent, on the insured value of the stamps —I.N.S Two Views On TV ROME Pope Pius had this to say at.out lllms and TV; "They take up a great deal of the time f< rmeriy devoted to the printed work. We leeognise their artistic and uciiincal importance. But they are purely visual. The influcicu they exercise, especially on youth, contains such a threat of intellectual decay that already '.ney are considered as a peril to all mankind." NEW YORK: Tinned beer anil TV sets n the home bring anguish to Amencan piibkcepcrs. It is nuninj; business. Listen to one of them %  My former customers say; Tony. I got my own set now arid drink out of my own jug. And I eon leave my shoes off." Only one soap gives your skin this exciting Bouquet ...l.Jl. Ol 1*1.: i. %  ii n DO-B IU %  %  • %  iiuii-mLih a lllllin II >.ul. 11 r> 11 Hhua. 14 Noar mat: lb Mmo: ;s oiw di. nido .' TI*M: iS FMIUUC. U-n i. .• S "%. %  taum^il. S ioia. o Sired r SN 4 aaroat. • %  *> 1 4MI 10 i.^(....i iT^aan is Have you any plants or ratlin r* change? Mirpluk Write to "Gardening C/e The Advoeaie" and wateh this column for a reply I IN 4 LONDON Minister of Labour George Isaacs disclosed that Britain's "welfare state" employs nearly one In four of the working population. The official figures an; Working (population. 23.500.000; -'ate employees. 5,715.000. Isaacs said that the greatest number—O.MO.000— worked in (he nationalised Industrie?.. The second largest group 1.420 000— are municipal government employees —LN 8. 'Mil %  ^ bther %  % %  %  V. %  11 with the :>h if Csuhmcre ft)uqiiet the to4p containing tl Maatrf blended pctluincs. 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Rrmcmber the speedy, ,^:^>: iViAiiM uom Clirisimoi News 1950 SAMUEL GOLDWYN OUR VERY 0W e.-, ANN IIYTH FARLEY GRANGER JOAN EVANS 'a JANI WTAHAMNOvot*. K>HAU)COO M*t-ooo V. Knows 2 TO-DA ' 1.4 .T A aVJw p.m. and continuing daily 4.45 and K.3II p.m. Extra Special: The Musical Short "PIANO RHYTHM with JAN AUGUST l'# 1/1 THEATRE l IIIIIIH.I IO\\ X mmmmmm (NB. NO MATINEE ON XMAS DAY) SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2IT1I ISPEi'lALLV PREPARED ROAST REEF DINNER i i at las you really like it served in Ihe Ballroom from 7.011 m I p.m. lo 111.00 p.m. An Orchestra will play for Dancing. S Dinner and Dancing, per I'.-i % %  .:, S4.00 MONDAY. DF.CEMRKK U.YTII I CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA I will be aerved in our Decorated Ballroom sjj S.mdu H Ins. Cake and Christmas Fixings served with K Tea or Coffee K CocktaiK and Drinks as Ordered %  Entrance tlf ap iniliiH.s Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 7.00 p.m. !" nnwfmnnBnHnnB*H*Bn!i£ AN ATTRACTIVE DANCE PROGRAMME W HAS BUEN ARRANGED 1



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    PAGE nr.irr SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1JM BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE Sunday. Drccmbti 24. 1950 I, I Mill .\EWS llli '..: ba*fl a Christma* Eve when there was less peace and goodwill among men There can never have been a period when lies and hatred were so cherished by mankind and truth less honoured. In this year of ({race 1950. the minds of every man, woman and child capable of rational thought have imprinted on them one sign, the sign of the question mark? What will happen next? Will the world be destroyed by the atom bomb? Will a new barbarism, the idolatrous worship of man by man replace the millenia of worship of the Divine by human beings'* The Christian can only pray not. This Christmas Eve must be for Christiana an eve of prayer. What is being challenged today is the Christian way of life. It has always psjg s j challenged. And Christianity would be meaningless without the Cross. Today we stand in spirit at Bethler.em. There in a stable yard, because there wi> no accommodation in the hotels and guet* houses. Christian! believe that God HI born of the blessed Lady whom He had chosen from all eternity to be His Mother. Christians have from that date quarrelled and disagreed amongst each other: they have been intolerant of each other's consciences and convictions, they have fought one another, but throughout all their disagreements and divisions, believing Christians have never given up their fundamental belief that the Holy Child born in Bethlehem on the first Christmas Day was the Creator of the world in which we live. It is not surprising therefore if Christians honour God baftm man. Nor is it surprising that where the Faith and truths Of Christianity are linnly entrenched in the countries of the world that there th> %  resistance to materialistic and atheistic Communism is greatest. The Christian cannot worship any other than the Christian Cud. The Christian cannot worship Man. And the god of atheistic Communism is Man. The world has travelled far since the false rosy dawn of the nineteenth century. The French Revolution was but the precursor of a scries of revolutions. The childlike faith m Science, in Progress in the Parliament of the world has been abandoned long since by the greatest brains of this century and many of the greatest intellects have come hack to the fount and source of all intellect, the worship and praise of God. But the enemies of Christendom have with all the traditional guile and trickery of the Enemy, made capital use of the pseudo-intellectual belief thHl no educated person could believe in Cod. Today there is still no room at the inn. because men and women have refused to use their reason. Pinning their childish faiths in the newest philosophy, chasing after the newest religion, blaspheming and insulting the very God to whom they owe their origin, the enemies of God have gone marching onward like true soldiers of the Devil. They have achieved great conquests and as love is driven out. so hate steps in to fill the vacuum. Never before have the evil tidings of "hate your neighbour" been more broadcast through the world than today. Even in these tiny particles of Earth, the West Indian islands, new generations are being sedulously schooled not in the first principle of the Christian catechism to love God and to worship Him in this world and the next, but in the dogma of Marx which is fundamentally to hate your neighbour with all your might, to get all you can out of him in this world and since there is no other world, to behave without any other standard of right or wrong than the naked fist. How empty, how flat, how stale and unprofitable are the uses of this kind of world. How sweet, how pure, how holy, howinspiring, is the good news brought by the angel on that first Christmastide. "/ the MM4 country then wire shepherd* airalif in the fields, keeping migh t Wm toh $ t over their Jloefcf, And all it MM an angel of the Lord cauu mid stood by them, and tin glory of II" Lord thon* about them, so that they Wort OsWft with fear. But th< angel said to thrm, Do nut be afraid! behold. I bring •'" Bj rejoicing for the whoU ptoplt fail day in thi %  Ttavii, s Saviour has l>< > 'i SOD rd Christ himttlf Tloit <>" % %  "> % %  rh you are to know '"•' you will 4d a child still in nosvfdUruj doiht I, hi'"') fa n %  M nos W i a a ntultitndt of the heavmi., rod to tin %  %  Glory i-th i %  WHY WAS THE LESLIE HOWARD PLANE SHOT DOWN? ANYTHING A Seven-1 ear-Old CANHAPPEN Mystery Solved -And u Doe* in •ad ten res ton Churchill has Just solved the mulcry of %  •evenear-old air crash In people were killed, including Leslie Howard, the film star The mvslcrv began on the orning of June 1. 1043, on the rmac at Lisbon airport. A twlniKine civil airliner with a Dutch ew of four stood readv to take r for London It was a regular service for nonilitary passengers from a neutral UBtrj The service had always t>cen permitted by the (.erntans: t brought the morning papers rorn London for their emb*i*v ii I>inrinn Thirteen passengers boarded the ilaiiF. There was the Usual group d onlookers officials, diplomatic ind foreign ijents. 11/ MlrM %  HOIf l\ At B 30 art tcaded over r 1MB, three I n parent rea* ml down by 1) •• was found Nona n •I washed ashore. Many qui-'i* n* wei n *jy vox the Luft • tri Hill plow li took off and • %  ) tier, tor no the airliner wu \-/is. No wreck we of Ihe Ixrflles asked. affe to inon ifi nort propaganda work they had iirefully carded out in the Ibe.iii lYwinsula A Mask Leslie Howard himself grimly milci'lined this apparent truth just MtfON h left Nrllain in April 943. ptor was modelltng his mlrmt bust The film >.'..ir told dm it WSS! more like his death nask, for Howard had a premontion of early death Now ut last the mvslcrv has .h. .ii fleered up. The key to li < itc Mr Alfred T. ChenMllt, w< althy income-lax expert, of CtuMI iTv-Lme, lxindon Ills Cigars ioi nanj rears Alfred Chanhelbl wag chuffed because he looked nke Winston Cmir.htll He ainuked rux-and-a-half inch double Corona cigars—like Mr. Churchill lie had tinsame pink cherubic fflco. He wore bl.uk homburn hats. He went to Marienbad every yew before the war to reduce the portliness of his figure, but he sUll looked like Mr Churchill. Alfred Chenhalls didn't mind Hi. .half becSUM Churchill was his hero. • Never could he imagine, howOVOT, that he was to die on the morning of June 1. 1943, at the age of 43. because he teas so much Mr. Churchill's double. T.syest Man' lie was ope Of the 13 traveller' OB that l.lsltnn-London plane. ChenhalW. brilliant chartered accountant, numbered among his %  In-utelc celebrities of film and theatre. He wns likeable James liut, more important to the Government, Chenhalls was *Ui authority on foreign income tax. He had been wounded in the first world war, and he was now working for the Treasury. Chenhalls had flown out to see Sir Samuel Hoare, our Ambassador in Madrid, on a confidential mission. It was merely coincidental—and a good cover—that he wan returning with Leslie Howard, who happened to he one of his clients. The Name At the airport two German agents kept watch, alerted by the news that Churchill was due to lly back to Britain from Algiers The*ugenu took one look at the passenger list. They saw the name of CHENHALLS— not so unlike CHt'ltCHIIJ., to n German They saw a somewhat corpulent figure on the tarmac, waring o belted blue melton overcoat and black homburg. The man was chubby-cheeked. Jovial—and smoking a long cigar. It was Chenhalls He loved KIMKI things. He bought his hats Old Hond-street. his overcoat* ££"*..,., !" ti... K.,..' tad..* ....J Me -nurciuii being attackt: by several enemy planes." Next news rme from the German High Command. It issued a statement that it* reconnauaance p l a n e* had shot down a transport alrcraf over the Atlantic When men of the Dureetahire Regiment entered Hamburg in May 1943 they found at the German air headquarters a report confirming tht five Heinkels ha destroyed the machine fron Lisbon Tlajlial' Last week, in hu **r memoirs which have just besa serialised. Mr. Churchill wrote of that laieful plane journey; "Bdan andi I Hew hoane Ugether by Gibraltar. As my presence in North Africa haa benn iull> lYperted. the Ost %  ruuiN were eaeeplioruUlt vfttJI an*, and tbl> led SB a traced> uiiuii much dutroaed me. "Tfce regular coninsrreial air craft waa about to start Ircaa the Lstben alrlirld whrn %  tbick-Ml man smoking a cigar walked op aad was thought to be a a aa a s aaof on u. The -. %  man agents therefore slgnslle. that I was on board. Althoudi uaeae neutral paasengrr pUnr* piled unmolrstrd for aim months between Portugal .mi England and had earrteel sssb) civilian traffic, a German wai plane was instantly ordered out and the defenceless aircraft v. ruthlessly shot dawn." Mr. Churchill concluded '"Thirteen civilian aainrnrrr perlfuted, and among them the well-known Hrltlah film aclo, Leslie Howard, whose graer and guts are still preserved for am by the records of the man* datichtful films In which h< taok part. The brutality of tnt fierraans was only malchrd b the stupidity of Ibelr agenta. Ii la difficult to understand hou' anyone oould Imagine (hat with %  ii the reanstfers of Great Brit mi at my aUspoKal I should have hooked pass H e In a neutral plane from IJ*bon and llow.i home In broad dayUsht. We, or course, made • wide loop out by night tram Gibraltar Into the ocean. aaHt arrived hornwithout Ineldeiit One ol Two Mr. Churchill Knew why toe plane was attacked long i>eiu f most people. Three years after the tragedy, Mr> Churchill me Alfred ChenhalK* widow at a "It wus dxtegUul how you iot your husband,' said Mi > It? % iriiinia Kurhtin CHICAGO. ANYTHING can happen, and frequently does, accidentally speaking. D. V. SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS & CO.. LTD. • %  THE COLONNADE Usually NOB Tin. SELECT P. MILK .811 SO Tim BATCHKLOR PEAS Hi .23 11..ill.McEWANS BEER 2 .2* aMMKMfftlHKMIiaMSiaaKliSinifiKMS I GOODWILL TO MEN | I Council"! annual roundup of odd accidents made public today includes A monkey motoriat striking a man; A boat colliding with an automobile on dry land; their usual pastime of by an automobile; A flagpole waving a man; A make-believe angel taking a bone-breaking dive. Fish, engaged We wish all our Friends and Customers a 'Very fHappy Christmas May You have the Gladness of Christmas Which is HOPE and the Spirit of Christmas Which is PEACE from the King's tailor, and his cigars from the shop in SI. Jnmes's-iitrcpt often patronised by Churchill. In his pocket was a soft leather case full of cigars as big as the one he smoked. But to the Natls the well tutbut up cigar-puffer looked very much Mr. "If oaa of our husband.s had to go." replied Mrs. Gwendolyn Chcnlialls, rJighnii, oould Best spare mine.'' Mr. Ronald Howard said to me recoiitly: "I fait certain the Nazis meant to kill my father. I am bound U> accept Churchill'* explanation." like ihe Englishman they feared And the last word came from most of all. Mrs. Chanhalla at her London Was It conceivable? Was his flat recently: "Perhaps if Alfred travel by commercial airliner a had not bean so fond of subterfuge? cigars both he and Leslie Howard They overlooked, or ell i not would havo been alive today i.ut ice, that this snnlmg air But there is one consolation about traveller was younger and taller Alfred's death than Britain'), war leader. "If he could have thought he The C-ermaiis look no chances was aiding Mr. Churchill's sale A message was flashed through return by misleading the enemy. to the High Command I don't think he would have Three BOUT! later the airliner minded the manner of his dying' Bant Us last signal: "We are I..K.S. Sitting On The Fence By WIHAMII U\ KIH\S Some accidents are caused by monkeybusiness but never more so than one incident in St. Louis. Alice, the city zoo's trained chimpanzee, became so giddy with applause that she zipped off the stage on her motor ( scooter, ran down trainer William Rogers and banged him up good. At Maysville, Indiana, an uninhibited | motorboat leaped out of trte White River and crashed into an automobile parked 201 feet from the bank. Red-faced Emmetl Holsapple explained he neglected to shut the throttle as his boat neared shore. Two lish ended up traffic fatalities in Toledo. Ohio. J. V. Short was driving on the flooded street in front of his home when he struck and killed the lish which had migrated from an overflowing pond in his yard A Fourth of July parade in SpringHeld. Massachusetts featured a unique lesson in patriotism. Henry Lefeave leaned out too far watching the parade from his third-flooi' window. On his way down he grabbed a flagpole attached to the building and held on along with Old Glory—until he was pulled through a second-story window. A Southerner hopes for better treatment in the hereafter than he received on his pilot run as an angel. Gary Wilmer. Jr., was portraying an angel in an amateur theatrical in Atlanta. Georgia, only to come down with a bang. The cable supporting him above stage snapped. As a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox. Jack Bruner expected to take his umps on the mound now and then. bu. he wa knocked out while sitting on the bench ii Yankee Stadium. Bruner was perched on one end of the bench and pitcher Randy Gumpert on the other. Suddenly Gumpcrt jumped up, the bench tilted and Bruner landed on the ground so hard he bruised his pitching arm. The bruise kept him out of action several days. WILKINSON & HAYNES Co.. Ltd. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phone* — 4472 & 4*87 4251 A 4413 r*HU******U***>&WM^iKySK %  RANSOMES LAWN MOWERS With XOWS THE TIME TO SELECT YOVHS. DA COSTA & CO., LTD. "Life will be bleak for many years to come "—The Charuvtlor of thr Exchequer. "The public demand for sleeping pills Is greater than ever."— Essex chemist. S OMETIME in the years lo follow, sometimes In the days to'. oesna, English highways will be ilent> English cities will be dumb. .' Silent but for gentle snoring, gentle snoring night and day; Bj In each cottage and each castlePi we shall sleep our cares away n We shall sleep and none shallL. wake us. wake us more forQ good or ill. !.' Tor the postman and the mllk-r man will have had their sleep-1 ing pill. Like the butcher and the baker and the copper on his beat. They shall rest in cosy rsptureP with hot bottles at their feet. Sleeping, too, will be the hous wife as she lets the day go l>>. No more queuelng for the rations, or for goods in short supply. Sleeping, too. will be her children,! and Ihe dog and ral as well. M 'While her husband snoras un-n troubled by the silent factory.! bell Those alone awake and busy In a world of velvet dark Will be (offee-nosed officials and the tax collector's nark; Thcv will still be asking questions, they will still have forms to nil. While their victims, unrepentant, take another sleeping pill. Y.rv is the News N OW trade unionists want to i raagptad at all levels in th.ll H< ,.s the corporation is ered -anti-working class", let us hop.that my dreams of an uncontrolled, uninhibited cocknev Mother Christmas reading tinnews will be realised ^~OOI) morning Fathci nt last. \J mat ..I in the This is the B.B.C. ome serpapers how the modern child fears the news. And and dislikecor stone im'up a gum tree what Yet. / was just poinp tr the six o'clock news, which Is bad enough But you wait till 9 o'clock. I's going to be someihlnk shockin If 1 was you I'd lake the old trouble and strife to the ajcki till it's over; or bvttsf 'iii drop Into the old iiiii-;t-dul>-d.ib for arf o pig's car before you know the worst. Then are HO lono.r dear liffle fc.dd.ct. At (his lime of the tear (heir shfnino epei are filled with greed. Their baby prattle if full of shrewd questions, smart an. and dirty cracks. How does the child of to-dav compare with the child of the i ,i--v The o'dp difference is thai Ihe child of tO'dOu has not hceii fauaht lo hide ill lust for uojse*sion. Its blind roof ism. ana oiler evil passions. Don't you think it rather drcad(ul to talk of the evil passions of a child in %  country where children are almost as popular a B dogs? Hare yon rtwrr seen the sadistic rxrifement in the eyes of a child al Ihe peuspecr of tcetna another child punished" You believe In original sin, Father Christmas? Wiih my experience how could f dishWierc in if? Don't you think it healthier to give this original sin full play instead of repressing it" If may be healthier for the child but. an he oftm becomes a cosh 60s. ils not so heollhii for r >ther people Why do you think the modern child dislikes >ou? For (he some reason thai I disIi)c the "lodrf* chlid. We ha seen ihfnuuh each olher. / don't helieiv in Ihern and (hep don'I be> la Not even the little ones" Only this morning I heard a boy 0/ Jlre sou fo another "// uuu don'I (ell yhur mum you believe In Santa Clau* you u'on'f get the extra nretrnf he's supposed lo brino you Are you thinking ea* retiring, rather Christmas? Ye*. 1 Ihouphl of handlnu a fo a Mother Chrislmas. .She 1 have d> >>• %  1 w-nrimenfal body u-iih an nnsliafceoble belief in (h impos.ablc. inrlKdtnp jumpinu Slots* (i 1 otinls "f satlMoM chimneys in one niohi. She trill believe all children are angels and. althouoh Ihep toon'r belleoe Cn her. their Insuperable ranily u-ill be *Ifercd and ererybod]/ inll fappv LAI A prufessional football player. Vitamin T Smith of the Los Angeles Rams, sutTerecl what you might call an occupational injury —off the Gridiron. The halfback was walkiny to the football held when his cleats skidded on 'he sidewalk and he fell against the top of a jagged iron post. The wound in his arm took 12 stitches to close, and kept him out of play 10 days. Small boys with an irresistible urge to stick their heads into the wrong places have a new champion. Two-year-old Philip Bur TOWN ol Hollywood rivalled the film colony spectacular doings by getting his head stuc> in a toilet seat. Firemen needed a saw b dethrone* him. It paid to listen to mama for lour-yeax-oh Brian O'Connor of Woodlawn. Maryland Brian rushed to obey his mother's call thai lunch was ready. Seconds later a six-foot. 1500-pound road scraper crashed through the wall of the room Brian had vacated. A tree saved H. W. Lewis at Cannon Ball Beach in South Africa when his car plunged over a 100-foot cliff above the *•* The tree caught the car on the brink and held it fast Lewis climbed out to safety with a scratch thumb as his only injury. When John Schlittler of Graham. Texo was shot in the arm. it looked like his poocl did it deliberately. The hound sidled ovei to John's gun. sniffed it, glanced contempla tively at his master, then raised his paw ami pulled the trigger. Then there was the Job started by FDI and finished by HST. In January, the tow boat Franklin 1) Roosevelt rammed and damaged a railroad pier on the Illinois River near Pekin. Illinois. In September anothf towboat—The Harry S. Truman—struck tl 1 same pier and demolished it. —I.N.8. ZRnd an Abundance of — Christmas Cheer Our promise of . DEPENDABLE SERVICE HOLDS TRUE IN 1M1 AS IN THE PAST YEARS DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEFT. gHigiiaaawwwti>*MHiiwwMii !^a S at A Marry Chris Unas and a HapPY New Year with slncer* upprv. .j-iuii 1 o r your continue*! . Patronage SI I a I 9. a a a a I h %  & 'St I J. N. GODDARD & SONS, | LID. | fifif


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    SUNDAY. Ill ( I Mill II S4. 1*5* SVXDAY ADVOCATF PACE NINE 1 64 BOYS ENJOY WORK AND PLAY AT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL iftt-*^ ,9A $m h. !' %  % % %  *' 71 Bfei.*" ''" '^PN^O HLRi: loseof vanoui -h.ide* blrn %  raining at the Boys men! intluitri.il H nwav in St Ptu: Inn IKH3 Kvuici.e of thin M Mm the school last wee* Tl %  %  dency to look at school, and MM %  Glen,1.1 II \ 1 %  OF C. Waleoti %  Mi IM-.I,. saw doing < Sh< e-maKin i Gardening and Music looked well tared for. apart from MM nuare meal%  daj which they leCCive. The meal* are. le;. I hrcakfN.t at 11 am 1 p in and a mark suppeit H Iti pin TK-. comfortable dining KM I pd with cu.ht llnoani tables ..mi nag benches Carpenter-. Not tar from the room there Is the Carp* .m Shop where boys en bin at Mrii The Aaweeate tides thai bad boor exhibited a: the Annual Industrial Exhibit m torUui thta month The Advu i ..i, Shop. There In frool treadle machine*, boys, wen ing un uniforms lor p ip staff They weir workll %  dexterity that shou' I stand thorn in good stead l i m Doddi and I %  • *" %  i 0 ** in the world GUI Boyi also iiirtk' ilicLi Owli %  ulo OR show al lb) Bxl lb Hon. in the flow" rpi othi r % %  Thero arc well kept lav. on nearly a Quartet t ao %  :• of l.uui " eschalots, enbbage, lettuc. other veg.:. ok In the music room of 36 male UUl (. HI* Nil ll I l\Mwom reheannuK Singing programme that era i al vcr last Wednesday nigiu Ci iu.t.-r .v.,Mr K a Simmon* and piano aceonrDantrt arc M Walcott The Band lated Ditids Band consist mi! t nine maabw a is now trained by cap' Ral few selections After the days work is ovw the boys retire to their dormlu i h Tli. i.me live. I h. . i .i, t an lj .lean Si I': cool parish, but it is to '•*' ttOub %  %  'her anyone In the pa sh ha* a cooler bedroom • boyi ajFho occupy the doe ml tori .i|i :;iii'. i [>i-itl Ap.n : ( %  cooln—i iiir\ nave %  loveta >itu of aoraa of the lurround* . | ) side ..* iv a boy, |i'ipai ins to K" b) the music reneai al, wee putting .> shine on thai he ,:.,,( mad* hbntall H ami %  thUM that BJOUM B | t I %  '' envious. In Ihe donntbsrta a/en |>n~,ses in Wbldb peraonal lulunninK.inKept In some ol %  i .. milpumph. red whit.pants oi menv ,,., ,. f (he enckat Club. Hi b< Oaaaa They also pluy tenniv. it I • been .i recent interesi in Chaaa, Ther) 1 u a radio to which listen in on eveninga before It a boy has a arhTt does not need to keep it to hlmMH A grievance box %  in which ho can put in a iitti %  %  am' this bx i ODmrnlttM which visits UK -ho. I one.a month The !• can also bo uaad b> l Tfie school is annunaiatred Bupertnb nda i I staff of -i ""i eve seers A Chaplain and .. Medti Ofncer bold i .ut in..ioffl.eOVfaTMtfll iboul uvenaara. Ira Ativwaufound that Mi Oeoni Hishnp aim Ml HeH %  I W Hams ean b.ast 50 years aervli-*' them Itisi'oi S.IIIUI Overseer and Williams I'luci Oeer a ta i and Kofafca j nei p put it. he has seen the M-hnol grow Hfl ll BUM In .In ..f UJM AII.I care acUvtUea Ain .'i %  hool and sunllai institution there %  %  %  One little fellow #hO I i. % %  i .i HUP. noticed U • \'i-> etla Cameraman laklng phot .. the Carport* ami the TaJlors' Shop He was n neithei .f them but I i "lake me eating ,\ rapoi %  "" %  w w %  in ]*, showed thai liuormatta rolaUva b tid vgross of dlacharged pupf %  of the School Efforts are made to Bat mi' hobg rot some and help by way of UK>IS, loans and gift i. io otben The records *how that onb %  comparatively small percent a gidtiehnrged from UM Icbool subs iquently lapse Into All desserts are better with BIRDS CUSTARD To make sure o\ unctjualkd l)ai our. crcannnesi. imoothncu ... he cctLnn your custard is Mrdll I Bf as long a% you ... or ..: r inoihcr . can remember UM rsMM Bird's ha^ been an i gaj of uti\ arymg quality. Eta Mhen Mm ask for Custard, It's gffca to ask for Bird's! YOUNO CARPENTERS doing tlialr part of the dafwork f <•#•on i ( f *-4'<*tiaK€g% /rom [H JASON JOKES & CO. LTD.-Distributors! PURINA CHOWS V!iV?MMV?*5^V*SVi*{5?iS4V4VSliH2 TO All. oi II niiniis \K MSIIIIIIIIS NOT IINI.V IN AI'l'HKl'IATlON Of VOUR PATRONAGE THROUOHOUT THB VKAi: BUT IN All. SINCERITY ^ "Silent" Night Hv MARVIN STONK OHERNDOKF. Austria. It was a silent night, culn and bnht. 132 years ago when h got mixed up in a ehuuh O) -" and gave two \...tn-n Villagers cause to write what IS man's most stirring Christmas carol. Through the heavy snows that fall on Salzburg Province. IwO weary farmers were trudging towards trnvillage of Obaffll i"i' It was two nights bctoi, r Onb UiV u "> v 1 "' "' ""' in g,in In their small ehat>el soundfd Soon that stopped and the dn ill wind ton at the silenc As they passed the chapel tlipv [inticcd that FnlhciJoseph Mohl Bfsjg swinging shut tl I oaken doors of St. Nikobui* gregatlon swelled t" the chot Silent Night Holy Night The oniv Bceompanuneni guitar [ t Two ram i.itii the an i "' I'liiidei cam ,. < iboradot I to repali the 11 organ, agam in dlarepalr On Christmas Eve Lbi tu his fnendr-. the bitter, whistling be sung again hv Villager* artnd ludderdj die.1 All Ihree feel %  srarm How whi were tuken by the solitude or t nmembei rathei Muhr and intain fnstness and the CHMl 11 '"' m tin mlgW 1* ii" "insk for the llolNight. Pathai Modifell into loners and told them he must hurry to the Villaj the organ could be n such short order. As the dark-haired priest sis%  egi i %  I %  Ch reb ROYS working Mohr. priest to the larmfis of this poor commuatt r.nlv 26 vears old Tinight 1 I srai worried because mice had eaten al the bellows of the organ The* • sharp pinch of the frost Naeht. helllge Nacht Fathei Mohr wearily Spoke according to the legend of IMi Village Silent right. Holy nigh I-.-I .i ; %  %  %  calm all u brl By the time the priest h i I arrived al Bert Orubefg '" them*was fa-t in his min-' Gruber ptcke


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    V\C.T. TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, DECEMBER Ji 1930 Battle Off The Spice Island u. I.IOIH.I in MI lakes jui tix houn to reach m X Grenada from Kingstown. SutTiVOf *.S Luunt'fl Lady Uner The %  Baikal "long' ,, Ul handing Gr< !.. %  < i Grenadine* and vou ice serves speci.. .ill the way. afternoon, (it a I-eiving Kingstown -I 0945 we Colonial rtebote || ..long the coast of Conunpna}, not hi B| :i 15 p.m. b go i..i te %  the i-watllrit..I .1 Buekblffaani i 1 i pivSei.la the molt Euroth* Oral ga/dei MUMS SI \ IIIMII ,. .iionce of all the island:held than aftei UM t i of Uuhltk villages wilh of red roof.* and hulll of ,ie,i ond Hit Administrator whom I had of On for the M voj j eta iion ol -.'.renad* .-•: BnMB .1.1 an abund"titmegn. i cou and im! %  u ii. ailed th. i-lc and it det* t -sum UM ties anm bloom the valu'cnadu (ami the hilLi'j feet at the htghev. .. a.* If tnun had teen 111 .ill ovei the island tin in talned diplomatic relation! .Mon be had coni %  our reception ita Oovi n* H jndi had venientl) %  Ctrl bj %  ;: %  i I Mn %  '• %  >< %  > %  '' %  Then the island icsemhiet. mon vton % %  ""' %  * %  '! the thlm, u the *.reen which is ,t. normal Lni(|| „ row j^t iim ) ; ,ii>th in ran of thi : year. sv tli Dancing IHni bird which i.wad ,,i and escorts ii I Si '--orge' with a i l :.lh i darning Th i rugate bini bu spread six fe< %  !.n r. D nmo u>el.. %  %  rraaajtd . :.. | town • I .i tvpe Ola ilgfa on the Frenc'. ItiaJl] reminiscent .. M %  | ..!. The %  dbnb an,i .tre-i. e moil \ivullv of Guildford. bu' lb* stout' T i %  uses with r the i:..irket square. .obbled *lo:ie f uipaththe comer house with an English doorkn'-cker and tpla*h of blue thy o| rartinf Governoi Legtslal ON ONE BIDE of th* "Lake" whir* .eparate. St. 0oi>f'Inner bai hour from the luxury Bant;. Maria iiotel standtbi* magnificent home for satttas, Thr HP. t.ere 1 rry^tal clear and the vegetatiun U iimi.MadlWrTtleao UMa anywhrrr ItM in the Caribbean %  IOSI s \ II w oi si. 4.1 OIK. i s So We/ I iti^Su. lilac, the cleanliness of Ha street are to be found in Englaiui ever) where from Deal to Ulverston Sea Front it jo> to *alK in Q< %  bacatuH loan is no dirt in th" roads and Its six thousand id proud of their town. But the main attraction of this Weal Indian capital Is the fr> m Whichever way you %  Mroacfa St. Q tar j gr a tttbm from the landing dock* or fiom tho oaketi to lh< ba %  roan III fiiotn aaata tarp down ny heal to • bin thai the L.unch wo* kr (orally in Grenada 01 'th. bunch" n ha been bought from the salvage pi wrecked Norwe. the ar. The Admlnutrator told me that the Government had .K-tter lounch but it was <* %  >'. vck I was pleased tor Ma saNf For me I was on wet and 1 e>nalned so wet during my whole \ening ashore that not even b thrush pouring Its soul out ini i the hills which make Grenada Sl the mo*! charming of islanrii uld chf Sugar We v.siled the PrttOO, UW Mental Home and the Poor Home, not because I had suddenly 'levcloped u social conscience il born with one) but been airport you drive along a seairofil hP Mr „ll Home, the PrlBOD Ifld which ptaatrvea the view of the lhe p^,,. Houw arr B n .miat • M a, n is preserved in Alex, n n bunch i n onc 0 f th< %  ndna and Naples and m most (inpreis i V e spots of scenic beauother seaside towns where the l0 b c found In me South Carlbauthonties have taken u Arm l)eBn stand to preserve th* view of the Q n thway back ^c motor*." %  e-a tor the hencflt of the comthough the sugar cane country mu "' 1 ^ Il ' Government o( Grenada St Georges has another revubsidlses one small^ugar factor./ semblance to Naples in its put-|,„, DW b]g to politico! agitation session of an underground tunnel ,,,,. 7 „ y wr r kor, employed In b> built by Governor Scndall and 11CW industry had recently been opened in 1895 This tunnel alsuccessful in getting an increase lows through traffic to by-pa the I.IIJ thoroughfares of r„i IB*! LEAVING thr OnitetnH for the other side thiphoto Uhtttrata* how a boat in the best fonn of tranaport Into town The warehouses .ind Htores in the picture belong to Jons* Browne and Hubbard Ltd. one of the oldest London nnn mil trading In the Went Indl — Mental Too t tgar Result, the Government ol ( renadu has just allowed the itdustry *> Increase the price •( bv one eenl per In. The peaceful life oi Grenid for 'he sake of 700 worker %  '" 1 '" Grennd. tin poores ho would nol have been peasant owns a piece ol laM i b ii ployed a| all had the Govern,,oe %  feently upset by th ent not subsidised u local sugar polttlcal activities ! ;. return. wages Where the money WN t.ictory. the tnouaands of houseexile from Axuba coming from was not mentioned wives In Grenada have now lo This individual who is stand!:.,. by the arbitrators. pay mur? for their sugar for membership of the Leglsla Little Moses Grenada Is a lovely island bs beaches, its crystal water, it hills, its c'.eonllncss iM tourist from ."-'orth America mor Ihon doe.; any ther West Indian iMOnd bui it neciU greater dev.daprnei t, moco bod '• ind n %  nenltiao i; n hi rompe' idol tourist resort. One peculiar fact Is worth noting about the al: Bl for landing. The Lady Liners dv anchor alongside '.oop water harbour, allliough Go ne's possesses a Seep v-ater harbour. So passenger. are compelled to pay 5U cents t go ashore tn IHUe Mooes powere' b outoward motors. When u i i,: H One of '.hi* last sights 1 rememlx r of Grenada wax the launch peter, nose pointed in thireetion Ol th. Santa Mun.. Iv tel and a string of five lighternd three small boats contentedly llowing HI her slow white trail which 'cads back to the Inner Iinrbour of St. George's %  I •st Wishing You S a v %  i % 'Very fAferry Christmas tR 'Very ZHappy Christmas HHBHMS5*S*3£ o-essorcs GREETINGS 'AND L. FAYLEY Jewellers Button Lane \ <57 HJeru Prosperous Wew tyear IS OUR WISH TO ONE A\D ALL COLLINS DRUG STORES A Mt'ssag, to Ihf the most Intensive ifOpoWBT la .WMI ih>.ilnn 'St t otnmoti European view that Brltai was flnished. the British Common wealtii of Nations said in effect "Nothing is tno hard for mc" It is easy to emphasize mottos and phrases and to keep them tn front ol out thoughts and our isplratlons. The difficult fade Is to keep Blight the fire of determination to succeed. You all must have heard or read innumerable speeches made by well intentioned pentoni like me and wondered, a I do. what, effect, it any. u call t> youth to gird itself for the future has In the minds of youth. I should be satisfied if I couk touch the thoughts of just one o: the students gathered here today Thla island of Barbados Is rich in instances of people of all section*, or the community who havcj said "Nothing is too hard for me" and who have by hard work and delcrmlnation attained a position l respORslblUty and respect in all ABlkl of life Do not think that because you are not brilliant at school, success In your future life is denied to you. ft Is the power within you which will determine vour future. I said to a young Civil Servant a few days ago who Is aspiring to higher office. "Go away —and each Job that is given you to 'to. work at il twice as hard t* th. i ext man—work all hour and I have no doubt you will succeed In obtaining recognition.' That, too. Is my advice to each mo of the students present today In conclusion. I would ask the tei to give the school a holiday at some convenient time either this term or next to mark his Speech Doy.—Adm\ Direct or Airmail for Fa! ier!y A-Jvicc—Fres A KEY PGSIT'QN.! WAI FIRST CHOOSE TOUR CAREER MBKl'IOtl BISB. iiunu iiM .in Mim %  MHUSOB iHrunn utaurn mamma iscMTMHlhM nuTia lUii'ima* lltl'IIM 'IMBI. KP iCRVOU il NOW! ior • f qi.il;nu j YO'J can %* ih peer Moro IOIII m yo..' %  'he Binnia orowca. Thoeolsitill roo" man who ii fiit*-' man—uceasir3'. assured—bv Hutif ri.i'I College Din<. WE WILL HELP v OU TO ACHIEVE YOUR AMBITION Gof rou' test on ih C UdJer ' aoceoH fO-DAr. Wr to The8tAnetl CoQOfO and lrr> how Utouundi of pop'* i utl nko (oi *"'." the top %  *!'• irt *;i-piM (Ob can be youri— *un • %  it i i %  tudv NOW. Direct Mail to OEPT. 188 The Bt>nrc<}t Cofk^ SHEFFI,i.D, ENGLAND { mKvmzKi%nmwmnwwnww%mmii ZMerry DCmas AND ALL GOOD WISHES FOH A HAPPY CHIilSTMAS AND A PROSPER OUS NEW YEAR. /*;ov;*;*HiKffwi^ ^n^nAnnn^^n OWNE m lO-DAYSJEWS FLASH FLOWER GLASS for DOORS JOHNSON'S HARDWARE livery day we open new Toys, and we are certainly doing a record buslnea* in them. %  t JOHNSON'S STATIONERY diappy ZNcw ty'ear Sincere Appreciation u all OUI IriemU ami CttBtMSSn In aiding us to meet the Problems of the Year drawing lo a close. May Your Holidays be filled with Hippim-*. and may the Year to come brlns vou In full measure the satisfaction lliat makes life .nd work worth while Tin; Iiiiihmliis T'fiiiinlrv I.hi. WHITE PARK ROAD BT l' 1 HACL Jk aiWW^MMg^'i^^lWgliBSlBHM^^^^*^ CHIM DDLL! 1 oih : v I TOIVMTK FROM TO A M s MOHX SPECIALS SPECIALS I • Turkt-y, Ham. and Jug Curry and Salud Shrimp Fried Almond Chickin %  7 p.m. gg s I K %  %  %  %  %  %  %  US %  THI-: CHINA DOLL will bc open CHRISTMAS SITE S 7.011 O'Clork lo 12 MMIIP I i mid lAMh Day and Nile Bank Holiday. IB %  I %  IS %  All Nile Recorded Musical PngnnillM for Your Entertainment • DIAL n:.u • htnsiie^itwioMWisjiraiii %  •9 %  %  TKNNEITO LTD. The Brewers f the Kamntis lied (T) Beer m Stoul Kxtend i %  the Inhabitants of Barbados ffl ^ery ZHappy DCmas ana a Prosperous 5Vew> *tyear id r/he OWN totbb for jderry f'tatiufactuier\ MAGI MfAi/NG NOIL 1 CCMTOINS io-* VITAMIM gi rt)i' IAN I*1H. I.-...I.I !( % %  TMIO0HO1 .!-I;.I iaiAMCIb touaci o .u.i'< ".-ICII itraa. iiw.it aao&aiw.. aicJMaanoIN CA.S11 Ot \l li'l'UH %  tOoOUiHflt "HD LO>> C >**!,I| THIO*HO\ i U 1*6. IOV* Ot (UllCItOMt. I TWO IQW iilDIOHI'N IB '.ii lODur iiin.iii M< os ovia. ,M/,r,J/ ~*5immttnnmnn*vtnnnmHnnnnnmmn**KnnMnnnKi ^nrtv^Mniiiiiiftttiiiifiiiif!STuKi^ & BYNOF. ud-Ageni.iinifmnnnHRnj^^^ihf,?,},}*^;^,^ & & K & I %  e x x x I X X I I & X I X X X I X



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    RINDAT. lirCF.MBF.R M, lMti SUNDAY AllVOCATF I'M. I I II VtH \ OSBERT LANCASTER guest for today THE TELL-TALE MANTELPIECE... pfaiiTlfiMy J ihuitt HliKa* Md aM.fl IKM MtcMi inbW ft'l %  -'•U to gs ms *—If eon a-raos* how B-M^ Cider And Cukrs Barbers I ill Open Oil \lllU.s l>UV In Every P.***** run D.IMI-II. M MK.W MM Mp*. err ^rw. lyfi. I,. ./.-. tftmmnrvp ^r^ IT** Coaa->)riai> %  rrtr.ani (row. 4i>ai .HJN-( i#ia. !He pjfJm. Clef dor pel. kutzi-iijamniers .cf (iroal Applause II in M n >rom Heaf Coiouri UuUtrottt C**Uta>\w*llah Cmwtberkt Bridgetown Yesterday MI23. Eva FVtwi" : I .tomorrow, free di.im .,lU>u BARBEJ through post-offices t hw fc tfv HM country of 4.000.000 bottl. and 4.000.000 ca-ft*M N* SB) %  Up to 1*4* LMI nifht MM*f IklMv iHjiurfHl ...,-. (oleOWUUI til-' M(. Ml "^ ; y _nB wwkers Eva mjrtfd U) y.,;,,,,,,, j v-v refund to private and | i J(l -..10.0U0.1HW pri I hi.ii Ei %  %  >lll K YI/\JAMMfcltS.Jum... Bai i Trinidad. r> ltd of Carols and crowded mlMhi list night. It was the first ti that some Barbadian.: heard steel band play and th Happy Xmas Heavier Taxes Say Scouts Proposed jmii-ti applauded BRIDGETOWN th house nd other shoppers wlio were setting their last minute re quirement* for the Christ mi" holidays At the signs Please Cross Here there were small groups of peoph II Bit IKS III .•> uaua I* waiting to got and the Foil This is the thud pu:>l formance that the band gave sli its arrival in Barbados on Sunday ... last by the S.S. telosnaie Their ^"g _W • '.i\ ban is indefinite. At the All Star Talent Show at I DOS on Friday night ten pert. First Prlxe M "" MM !" ^1!J??S? 1 went i" Jos dan*, the eomedy „ S MWIM hminfains linger, who d-lighted the audi. SODA FOUNTAINS Uka most *• ence with hlf version of "Cry.business places in the city, aid _ %  > vou A year asjo. n wa the | i us ail thai caaaaUou of hosuUtte* arbich bod oTTockod ao t tom and iitranded lives ton -ears before would have developed into a lasting peace To-da> the brink of anothei and BON For B.G. lOO.OOOniW r!h of LUH lr tlllrHf. IB* product of one day's work they tad '" give the foUBoMkNl —Heater RADIO DISTRIBUTION SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMES &f i IB> am Nr IHIK'. til an .... i an Foe n am Tr* ailarun Ho**; " • ,. II w %  m riMta A <-|.i-H>i" lar.il ii V.i Rn Unoogii Shi.o Shine Bay". OBOROSTOWN, B.G Dec. 23. New taxation propos.i; -fin id more nnfj wa> annoumt( by ,,.,. f .,_ haTI JSIVB ta ^tending the comphm., j ^-gB rvlth the situation of the season. It is our ear\ ; ' -nd to avoid accidents hope that the "Spirit of Chrlsl ^XL; l *'.* h ££,.t', ,, Even the Commissioner of Poll* n.aa*--Poaee on Earth. doodwlU S ta\eforlh?^ a. in the ON P—-.1 ^^Vj^Sslt ^2^ C 1^!rof C ^ hearts of a I. so men may roallae „,,,„,,„,. wlDori tlai tor railing! that regardless of colour, dl |h( iio.ooo.000 loan on the LaaV T. "" ,,^0,hc^, don market nex, year to finance ^' !" '.'. *• ^'" l ""devalopmonl plan. good business, as Vired and thirst> Chriftmas. and do all you shoppers went in search of re '* r r 'her> happy rdon, who s.ing "May frcsliment Vendors of Polar Ice :;. %  n\ % %  .,., IMw;.v v rdi i Cream wenul> %  -een along UV the seeonl pnu while third vent streets in the city and they too. to Eddie Hull who went bock tc did a brisk trade %  i.v vrhn Ii "' Couid'nt Tirinu Oov Sleep A Wink", THE attendants at groceries \i\ Arthi %  ul. um -White and drygood shops are probnhlv ind Walter Burke am mg the most tired people t>'Our Very Own* wei,. also very day. They walked hundreds of good. The youngo t L'illl tn mm rii ti. S j os m aneioi <" i:... n.. %  %  Canada. J p m Chrulun llrnlwi Ini Hour. 4W pm BBC N. 41 U S'.mm Pa.tnn-: IS i ST.rwtaT *' %  tl.ir and gpltnsu-. SOO p> CSMM M • %  • ran.. MOI Hi mnii* Chun t.. the Nallom; IMP" t..nia P.-r |ii p in Altra ChiMci I tU l> m I.i'riliHlr; T rf l'V\ BBC Nw; IIS p"i CarlW*i.r Vnrn 1 4ft P m Ymn Um.c aixl MHi r....' rilkU Ba i %  nitlor Wonhip • SB i i. t -v <-. 1 n^-. WOO p" WIIMIU U DIllMHi. IMW 3 Stoaiushipri Call On Xmas Day in. Chruuiix UiMtiinpa Tin Gnv!" .M and lard BUIi.t. i II, iim; Nw. ; 10 am. Pan** quafti* Park. .fn TinSn.-ll. SIS am Calliadial Oiaai.i. an. Tha OUMII KliMbrth So*.. I>0 am. MU.II lor Criilii MIIII<1>. Lucille C'raig 1 SEVEN steamships will he .lling at Barbados ovei UM ea fc a n d, aoeoi Unj contestant mllas yesterday attending to one Three of them are dlM ii dM also ciutomer and 'another mas Day Shoe Shine Moat of them made a genuine The three are the S.S Lad* effort to please whoever the Rodney. SS (ol-mlal and S.S served, but seldom wore they Hun rrince. TinItodney will ba for it. Some wore forced arriving from British (iulana via remark: "What a thankle-< Trinidad, Granada and St. Vincent. Job." ihe Colonial from En tt land and the _^__^_^_ Sun Prlnee from Canada. It It not likely that either of UM BRISK FLOWER SALES ships wUl be loadine. <>r nnl....ii,, I AVIS QIINTYNi; of Thomas i MflnkBd • Gap, West bury Boad, WM t remai detained at the General Hospital on Friday after being involved in an accident at Wajerfonl I toad Bt Michael Also Involved m the %  ccidagl l vere motor car G-323, owned by Li i Walker of Redland. St. George and driven by Lester Wilkinson of Clifton Hall. St. Thomas, and motor car M-2294, owned by Edgar Barker of Jack. :i Quintyrie was riding a blivcle owned by Louis Scaly of Jackmans when the aciident occurred. Both cars and the cycle were %  'amaged. rgo on Christmas Day. SELLERS of artificial flowers Harrison liner Inventor is exdid a brisk trade yesterday. i)ec xi\\ from England today while Housewives iwught without much hc Dutt n pUfiM .n a er liner persuasion and long before noon Of^j^ua Wlll be arr | v ing from Comn nany of the seller* were going TrUlldud lo Iftkc passengers foi ntad" Thc Invenlar Is con signed to Messrs. Da Costa it Co. "..yg *T 1 Ltd., and Uie OranieaUd's local for herse I .„,„„,. BM UM .„ ( 0 Musson. A IBID rtila %  .ver cigarette case from the home ot Kuwardine SkiPner of College. St. I /icy. between Thursday and Friday. The Police are making .nvestiga lions Lome with a arnila of contentment .... on their faces. Cm told the Advocate iUrj.V'o? 0 ^*" ~"" JETS SLfSTs %  •aaaBBiHH Another Dutch passenger liner. the S.S. CoUlco, will be calling BUSBEY'S IMPASSABLE Tom England on Tuesday and the Nourso liner Betwa is expected HUSBEY ALLEY was almost from India that same day IfaWn impassable. People were getting Do Costa & C Ltd. are the their supplies of vee^ttblea, fruit agents of the New Dulies The new dunes Incliul %  r rases mi aerated wains bauxite, postal rate*, and charge-'* internal ind foingn both ol mi'-! ."'? %  %  ,„" %  oa A. tec %  ..ul. tele..mi.tioin. i k/' I Um res r Qussn'l Collsgs a""' 'aJj^^rSSSSSL a*fi thr Bishop High School for gjrU | (h minsss M sssass Income tax on eompanies. and''. %  ".J*''""*--.J*^?J *" !" *^' l. lann* rnsnjM on both railway MmSatti and sfaaiaiili %  and steamers. C •* nM New duties on aerated wale*l;^' K 1 *J^ lt !" !"; M ^ and rum will ...lease the retail price of aerated drinks by one cSftt par bottle, and rum by 1 cents per bOttls 1930—A Bad Year M I 'ill HI a two-hour sueec'%  i' i sH(|nintinenU and srlbacks. and pointed out that the Government viewed with great appreheii'ions the effects of the grave international situation on UN ealth. All of which %  •.,m propo-al*. im. penitive at this time Accident Ho> of peas, and" other items for Chxisi frequent differ ces of opinion between buyer nd seller as lo the price of one There was no N OW TO GOD ON HIGH BE ">a There GLORY will be the test piece at the Carol Competition bt Queen's Park on Christmas item or another Bank-Holiday. Eighteen village vio ece. however. cfaotTI are oxiicctcd to take par' ^^_ in this competition which will begin at 7 a.m. BAK£R SHQps CR Q WD ED The Judges will be Capt. Haison. Father Hopkins and Mr. Most of the City baker shops Gerald Hud-son Mr. John Beewere crowded as housewm Idea will ssi as Chairman. The made sure of their supplies 01 Competition is sposored by Mr. bread for the Christmas season Skinner. The attendant, had little tone Btna I in" for a breathing spell. The Gift of the year GREETINGS FROM D.C Yarde. a labourer Quct'ii Street was admitted to the General Hospital last night and detained after hr wav involved in an accident on !' %  sin--: ..t „i-out 7 17 p.m. with thr motoi car X-385 owned BAd driven In Hugh Gameof Christ Church. Yarde received a wound on tin Thr Diatrii i i %  oui the South Western District wish es ail Bcoutoi Rovsra, Scouts. Cubs. Lay-inumbers and friends of the Associalion a Happ> christmas and all thatworthwhile foe the New Year FROM innib.i i m rnrl.lmai Half Hour; W p n iri. il r SIJ pm Prosratnm.%  laiv and lnl*rl>HrF. 130 pin Ti. t*ll. IMpni Rrq.iMt Ttm*. SSS Thr Anarl with ll Cold Now: TO" HBC: N.-WT 1 fi" Inlrrt.Kl. 'I Flr-I l.lahl P.a^i. 7 41 p m 1.ITIimu Oiwlliin COM Cola: sn Tl Td.l, %  SO |i rn Muvltlowi tr*, SO* pm ChrWlTiuu Sona: |, ,, QlllleiM Mi' II M Kin. liU-iii* Orphan* I pi" SOD | 10 0. pm !,. Down Hat t. IS I TI asoav. wrrn imissn IM 1.0* am. UIK St*.. Ml a-BS a\ arnica, iNm MStal M Spa. *i. a in P.uaianuiic I'aiaUr. Hi a.m. b.1 • Mur hiiu tOO am %  ••• I.mi1 in%  11 am I S.A NW.. S.SD a.m. Cloa. PoWlt. 11 w a in Wuflamm* t'aiadc II 11 am Lund. Tlmr HuaW. II 0U %  - MlM. N... IJIS pm. liilBflua*. I1.0O pm 0,,, ^IUOIO M-luilir., iVl p in 4il IUIITi lli..l*l IJ5 I'll JOtlll llnlll llh Kara Tllnldad. i I! InH..1-. 11 p m Dili Ha,. %  pm Ray* a I.ah. Sod [ Pi.mrammi-. 0 It p in Ai ChrKtma. Party. s 30 In. ., T.OO p m llhi HI Pa K*...-ili Morn*. ',• H p,n M.tody Ti M it Hwm.. So rtionuw Show. SOO .__ In 1.11.II |. ... II..,m; 111 iII a P in r.. I Murdoch and Iropv Fig II : %  ii 1 He txpi i riuren o. uii chnatnuu Ban-.raOUdaj it *0I b routuv %  Mni iprsaini .i mobj ,i Mi'sara. Jason Jones arms but afti i ha lo %  %  %  %  „ 0OS "' stock OtM lag which Its Itnnortsji spnng and bs i feel hughicr, I.Hik better, sleep more cosily and eowy more energy. Neat time U yiiu want pain relief take Yeal-Vite and. get lonu benctit BBSJI aUi ,1 !>..! V l ploysd In U*s i"'"" lurpluj milk for r-al Ri lulattot Qsnoral Id undsi Dsii t Mil. %  .till in unac IIIH. madi llealt itul-17) „,n take pises I'AU.v at tbBanner] %  IwSrSt • hurch; Horn TUBDM i u.oo a.m. indMOPJ" Mo RSfU I | ai i N .. m II i ,, f the Comn „* |iv..ltli. Parish .if l-hiiMt'liu'.' HAS 8 M,iKrN/l I STOCK-TAKING j %  S \onti: S We wish lo inlotm out Cualomer and iho qon-W H •to! nublic thai oui PotaA Depl. will bo closed IOTQ | STOCK-TAKING \ Sliom 27th 10th Decem *J| sga Hbei inclusive, nil olho*** IK jw Depart men ta will br openSR aa usual. mm %  a >!':'>:>:':H'!i!';:*:''-;.>5>i.'M';' anaa WE 21 Hpina(T^os ("in in Cltlllll—li I'rion.K .....I 111.li.ii.tal I'uhlir / I tij Kd/i/nj ( hn-tiiKi. 2 COSMOPOLITAN DRUG STORE :iwsififioifiafjfiiiii5.v4^i>s at IK COURTESY GARAGE rh vMho... Hiariurd. %  IS p m V.. S....II, III.IM-I'I WhileV linn". £. .... Park Road an "CINDERELmLA m PLAYING DECEMBER 29th and Continuing PLAZA THEATHE — nn/w.i;iH'.v ===== PARKER the onlv pcu with the Hni'i -jews about ibc amrkt'i mosi snwd giH /pen' The mew Parker "51" has a remaikahle new sod H' ihc iitcatesi ,1 f % ^ -^ Aaro-cartrK Ink Sysii emde%ised. The Aero-metric Ink S>tem is a •holry new. tckntilk method of drawing in, sionng. safe. MEW IOTO-MU. nuaa purdlng and rekasing mk, lo gi.e ihc inoor j • NIW inK-now GC/OWNOs uxtfactory pen performoaos ever known • Nf w •twiua* ajsiavow sec ihii beautiiul pen -ai esper-ixe n> rift) H i w misil eoa SUffiT wnt.ng. Here, indeed, u a gift *.-..h> of (he moo. %  u ->W#f*ftr ire* aano-rw ssrdo/ooaoa I -tftfl/rfd mctf utan&d tfifit /*&& Prices: With Rolled Gold Cap $24.05. With Lustraloy Cap $19.17 | Distributors for Barbados: A. S. Bryden a Sons (Bsrbsdosl Ltd P.O. Box 403 Bridgetown. 1 CHRISTMAS ,^C1T^ M --1K? W 1 YV of a Play safe! Br>lcrccmyour h.iir. Dandruff on your collar, loose hair on your comb -iicse arc danger signals that point the need for Brykn an*! JoubU benefit: (l) Day-long imartneti. (2) Lai'log h*> health. Massage with Br> icrecm 11 -. .ulalc*. ihc scalp, / encourages natural hair qru..'h, wards off Dandru'l. \\> pure emulsified oils pi Hair and impart a t| gloss. Don'i take ary d Bnicreom your h-ir men dol I in*.. opportunity xli'ixlun? to our Customers. Kfu'wls and IMP Cem-l.ll PubUc SBASORAL <;RKKTI\<.S for the Christinas period ;mii our Sincere Wishes . for . I'KOSPKKITY IN THE NEW ntAR At this I innW| :ivc you th** %  which Sutnn:.ii W' the Spirit of Christmas: .11 Earth, G towards Men" 'Wm. Zogarty £ld. 5 ^MMSSW8Wal!HlglIMIIl8 B %  II & i K g 1 a .,-• iS "• %  !!/-i m S'li i $ %  $ g 5 *SsaaT "_J A'^ m lhe Holida v Soanon Approacheti. and again It Is our Privllou8 lo extend to you our WARMEST THANKS lor Your Kind Patronage during the past, and our Sincere Good Wishes lor your Health and Prosperity throughout the Future." CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. .MMllMlfB.M



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    PACE TWELVE SUNDAY ADVOCATE mm SERVICES ANGLICAN ST PAHS XMAS rvr. : i. %  II.SB pan Blr-ai>.| nl Chiiat and F o\.idj.lght Ma -nd Hal, Cetnn un. %  Xmaa Dav 1*1 i. m No" CMilr .1 I >i %  m Pracei'.. Solera*, Max Father HopkmMl llloDlST (• r*. H Payne; 1 p. tuomm0 Xmaa DM: 5 am ResE orlrnn PAYNES RAV S 30 a m Rev. F Lav • renee ; 7 pm. Rev E Orimn. Xmaa Da> i %  m Hfi Hr W . Hi 1 BDITKI. :l am R n Crwi I'Service ol Leaaorw „d Cerek. Delkelth m Rev H Crcv pm Mr A B Cut-en BELMOKT 1. am M. P BrwI T m. Ban MAE. Thorn.. •"HiTH OtSTrltCT Sam. Mr. 1 wnmaker 7 p m Mi Q lUrpei PBiV!DWCt U -m Rev M A. I Tr-maia: T pm Mi Q Jones VAlTOtALL • %  a Rev MAT TTu,ma: I pn. Mr D. While CTfRMTMAS Morning, ft a m BCTHZL: Rrv I* CTMb> DALKHTH Mi • r Brow— nruMotrr Re> MAC The-,*. BoiTil DISTRICT Mt. A si H..U %  KoVina*tCX Mr D P ariltTlh VAUXHAU,: Mr. C J„r.e. WH1TEHAU.: SSO a.m. R*v E. Or Bn; T pi-, Mr H r.bnl Xmn> Di. ft am Rev R HcCtough. cut. MEMORIAL: •* a.m Mr. D. Roach. 1 pm Mr J F Ma.i*. Xmaa Dav ft am .lev H C Pan %  HOUTTOWN a* am Rv R. Mr Culloiigh. 7 p.m. Mr. D. Scott. Xaw DM Mr BANK MALL a* an, Mr. V. SI John 7 pm Rev II C Pavne; JCliL.. Day i a m Mr. P, Moore RfTlOlfTNTOWN l| a.m. Mr O Man 1.la 7 pm Jlav. P. Lawm-a Km Da ft am Kav. P. Lawrence. RT.I.AH • am Mr Hralth. aim. 7 pm Supply Xfiaa Day 1 a m Mi B r H ainan. m.'l'IfrSDAII 4 m. Mr N Blaat man. T pm Mr 11 r.reavea. Km. Der ft SIB. Mr B. Oraavaa. ST. JOHN'S LimiERAN CHURCH SL'NDAY, DEChMBLR 24, 1!3U ChristmM shosts, finding the stalely tfoa 'romes hrtid'y worth h,iuniing. will pisksbly bo doing THE HOLDERS OF MUSIC HALI. I r'.ii UM I hall The i' %  'roan iiu usual pi i %  %  MS the main attraction JIP !h colourful Weal Indian folk-dancer.Boscoe Holder. 28. and his 21year-old wife Sheila Clark*, bark from Trinidad. Attired in gay multl-eoloured <" %  they dance Bud ind Begume la lb nllM nt !' rinidBtlian T of "Tin hat Ix'i'ii MI pleased with %  %  ouna dancers for an extended erlod after pantomime In rVhruar;. Thi %  rltwi music-hall btfon Earlj next year. Itoscoe Intends to senrl for six members of hi rrinldud group and tosji us wife and himI • he Britisi, 11 In London Mr ntiti Mis IMdei have been laadin Ufa A Uiii'iiii'ii i. had his canvases dBPlltll Wei Indian acenea accepted and sttld at An BKhlbltlora He M i -nii'.i-r in her own 11 the first West Indians to IntTOduot Ihi Trial 'd instrumen is to London Recently the> icccirdcd two WfHl-knOWl sow—"Caroline" and BBC. Kadiu Pr-irMRr \The King Will Broadcast i v"d Wm r CTDonoij. MORAVIAN OfUCK 11 in Sj, D (' Maora. 7 p rn tUv A B PlUfnm. u* IS. 9 am RK D C Moor* %  HAKDV 11 .. „, Mr c Haafli p.m. JU-V D C MuaraDar m s %  Ra* A c Piianm,. ORA'-R HIU. 11 _m. Mr 1*fjg Mrr-awto; D-C •. s r% r, Mr a*b. Da M, TVAT M. nUNBCOMaWr 11 a m MAllmf. I pm Mr S W..k.-. Da. „ M..NT00MEKV 7 pm Mr. Omar. TIIF A1 VATION ARMY BRTTXiFTOWN CBHTKJU> II ajn Holmaaa Martina. S pm Carn panMaaUaa 7 p m Halvauon Mraim* 1-re.ithi-i Max.r '11,11!, WE3.1JNOTON STIIXET 1! ILi.mro Martins. 1 pm Companv \I-Hlnr 7 ,, n Ralvallon Mcrlli.l Pfl %  1 I..,,). OISTIN II >.m. Halinaaa Mmuij 3 pm Com panj Maaiinv. 7 pm Salrallen Maallng PraaaMT tliafciniil GunUmna POUR P.'>Ann II a.m. Hohnaaa BrrUnf. } p.m. Company MNCI, 7 V „, Salratloi. Maalii.r Praa.oar Uculanaul Hindi pne cousni 11 a 111 llolliiaaa Mralini. 1 u,m. COfPpn> M..n.,r. 7 p M SaftaaU-ai Maaim. Ptaachar: Hr. Maj llolllnaawurth ( HBTKO* I1A1X II .. n. Il.,imr Ma-iina. 3 p ... Com |*n> Martina. 7 pm Salvat.m M"ti, PnaahaiLtantaiiaol Bald RPBiunitlosjri Ham lloli'raa MaatlnS. 3 p 111 Co.npan> Marling. I p.m Salvation Maaaing PTSM-lwc Sr Captain Blahi.p KT MATT1IKW Ui.llM Eplarop^l (Kthodox Church Dalrtiton. ltd Davralla Rd %  urnlay t a.m. Holy BurharlM. 7 p ..1 Vaapar.. Xmaa Morn S a m. 8tin Ma Tachar llav Ft. 1. Smith. Calabrant R*v. Pr. Ncblalt. ST. CATHBMMK Unltad Rplacopal (>nhodo Churah Bank Hall Sunday II a m. Matma, 7 u in Vttpaca. Xmaa Mom. ft am Bung Ma< Praachar Itav. Pr. OanaMe, Crlabiant llav Pr l>hn>aal ST. Mc OtT-MfY Oraak Ortaodoi. Calhadiai. Q t. i< 1 ChrlitmM Day 7 I m Hung MK. Praachar Bay. It Huklar Calarant A-er Daaoon Smith. ST THRKKSA a ST. LUKE Unltad Epiwopal Orthodoat rimn n Baalara Road. Bundav a in Davuliun, auituau Mid niw Candla Mata: Xmaa Morn ft a in Bung Maaa Praachar and Calebrant Br\ C. H Morgan UNITED EfaBCOPAI. UHTMUlioX tlUfWH SBajncVr a (Jap. runtra Fu Xnut. Mom t an, Bu n> M aaa. etaa."i ar. Rrv Maranall. Obabraiit. Arci> Dvacon Smnh NT JAMUr'. Unltad Kplaaopal Orthodoa ORaTCl Sunday 7 pm Vaapar* Xmaa Morn a.m. Tba AdolaUun llratliai Ho 1 B Clarka. Calebrant Rat J. B Oi.nl L.T.H. aUHSTLVN SCOSiCE Plrat Chilian of ChTllt. Sjclenti'i. Hi 1 d ifi 1 a 1. Uppar Ikr, Sere*). Simd"J .. in and 7 p.m Wa.1n.--.lav. %  pm A *arvlra hl :. tncti T.Mimonm o; Chruiit. •clanca It. .UM ai'NDAV ItnCEMBEll M lSO %  *]•'< i.t Irnan Br'aMn %  IIIHIS 1 JEHUS tlelilan mil laalah S ft Unlo ua a Chim I boni, unlo SUNDAY niCEMBEM. M, I' J0 am Tlia Nawa, 7 111 I nr. 7'ft am Strike Up Tha Ku., S fl am. Calling All Porcee. SOS Jrn 1 -• Dawn 11 <1 .noon. The Na:rw p.m Interlude 121 p %  1 'iwaid. I2W p in tondon Pnruni I ft v IT. Radio Nrur. 1, I JO Dip Sunaay service. 300 p.m Tha Newa. El* [ %  %  I'firfio New. FYi.m Britain. 3 II an. UuaM Magam.a 1 *• pm Take It Prom Hair 10S pm. MuMr From It.. Lie !" p ra. Tha Maa... 4 'it pm IntaefnvM 4 IS pm._ Marring Partnat. 4 311 pjl %  ptlogtua qua rtat B %  < ft II __ ^ "ar p m. Prom %  %  p.m. Donald Peari, .._ daw Beivlca 7 00 p m Tha Nawa. 7 1 pm tntarluda. 7 18 pm CaMbhaai TUll.T Itwli., Tha Commi Neatnaal, BM pm Engllah Mag*. FranNia Howard •> p.m Carol' Prom cmbrldga. 100* p m The Newa. 10 I" pm Interlude. 10 %  pm Anvthing to Deel-ie. I0ft pm tfuaic Magailna inp m. Cnfliah Bong* BOSTOrt WMVL ftSt Mr WRUW 11 7ft Me WftlTX 17 TS Ma MUNDAV DfXTntRER 7ft. lt 7 00 am Tha riewa. 1 "0 am Inlar luda. 71ft am Caioi. from Kir*. CW %  age Chapel Cambridar. 7 aft a.m Hen. daivou* Play era lull a.m Piognrmni Parade; I 1ft am Ti.a Cathadral Or ganailUam Ini.n ,i. ftnoam Claea Down 1000 am (.rrctingi round the World. IM0 am Clirlatmn. M bli Mija-iy King Oaurgr VI. 111ft aja Cloae Don. '3 00 noon Tha N pm Inlarluda: ills p in Chn.t.n %  day *>lth RtrKard - %  1 %  1 1. ...| Ki niiatl. Hornr. II>0 pm Ll>1ei>er> Choice. I %  • pm Radio Na.i„.| 1 .0 ,, m Chnrin.nDay Sarvtraj100 pm Tha rlWI II p.m. Chrtiuruia Bella; J '5 pm spntt Review; SSOpm Uli.>ir.> Gipnau-Choii 3Mpn. Calling all F.rrc400pm Tl.a Newt; 10 p.m InWllildv 4 IT. pin II.. ,i.u Hama.nl.ai 4 30 p m. Chrlalma> HaKhmii. 9 00 r-m Ijitanera Chnlca .lift pm Itaik Tha Herald Angela Sing M6 pm Programme Parade. ISO p n. Tha Story Tellei. 0 00 pm Tl.a q K Enterlalna. i |MI, InUelud.. II" p n Chrlatinai Itav Haivne: 7 Oil p 1.1 Tlia .Neara. 7.10 p.m. i hrirtmnj Bella; 7 I* I m OIKCMField. LhriMmaa Party; 7 4ft a.m. A Chnalm.ii iiirHaaga fiom the ArchUiahop or Canlerbunv. ftOO p.m. Kadi> Nawaieal. gift p m. Oreetlnga round the World; 0 11 pin OirUtmaa M-i,r l>< Hi. Maieaty Kir Cieorge VI. U.30 p.m. Cilaagow Orpheiia Choir; 10 00 p.m Th' 1 Newa. 10.10 pn ntarluda; 10 19 p.m II. y's a Laugti; l*A p m llntidi Maal'r piecam; 1100 D m. Chrlaima. Oralorl" Tl'ESDAV. Dr* KMIIFR M, ItSO 7.00 a.m The Newa, 7 O am Inter ...da. 7 1ft am Soovei.lra or Mualc; 7.4% am Oeorrally Spaaklng; ISO am Prufi "lnl Parad e Ill a.m. l*t* maklajlci >o* am Cleta Down. IIM noun T,w Nawa 110 pn, ProgtamimJ'aradC. 11.11 pm Repoit from llntain :i SI pm An...r Tin., i oo pn On the Job. 1 1ft pm Radio Nawaieal. ISO pn. Tip Top Tunaa. 100 p in The Newi 3.10 pm li.Uil.ida 3 11 pn, SpolU KView; 3 30 p.m Radio Thratie. 400 pn TIM Newa. 4 10 p m. Tha Dally SarvM< 4 '5 p.m Mu.ir P.iiKla 9 pin King On VI Steeple Chan. 9 19 p m. Ilogrammi Parade, ft 30 p.m WeUh M-gatlne; 100 pm AuatralU V England. ISO p.m. In lerlude. ISO p m l-etter Prom London • 4ft pm The (alliedr.I Otgana. TO" ,i m Tlie Nav.. 7 10 p in Intailuda. 7 1<> p m. Wtat Indian Ouaat Night; 7.*B p.m (ienerally -Ipaa*"n Tuesdo> there will he a specid ^udy al SandrliiHlian. House H.ilf-Centtn \ I'..n .. il waverengths will be put the customary West Indian QuCS nb for listeners in this area to enMight (• %  ., w-i iiple them to hear thlg hroadcus. Rev. F. M. E Jackson, formdlj 1 and the ubual round the worli trBC programme. These will be oi country parson In Somci:< the air from WOO am. out give a ten-minute talk A>UowaU^ cetailed information of them by '! Remember in wh rot yet available. IUt ItaVjesA) riessage will be repeated later l' the day on the usual wavelength' -tl and 49 metre i (• IS p itkilew ti wl I broadras i p n tH her Christmas Programme* i I nhci BBC Christmas prone loo i.timerous lo tin rttlOn gl there >v ill in all UM Variety your atn lo the following: A Christ, I. ..* %  from the Archbishop !" **££ !" ttrbury at 7 45 pm on £. ri %  i Day; the rh.i.t.n.. IM ;;";.: %  y Service Imni St. Giles' inch. Staffordshire cenductet. ant water" While lehcai^.i..: children u „ n si-.< sd Ms Uvini ill begin playtnjj % %  ...... West En.! night club. His piano playi ptiiniii colourful. Rll favow Haitian rnenngUM, hegulnes and ahfgmm When lie st.irled the group %  i %  . %  %  MaiUnii|ue .in.i In 1947 he Ni %  v..11. %  Koscoe ami Si.. established Tsjtwvtiton having appeareti m thni he Bishop of Lichlled at b m the Christmas Bell* at on Ihe 2Mb inst : Music rtlM K (1I1 : •auline and rernandn Henrlques. from Handel's %  Messiah' at 1 00 / K ; tl .-i,h.-, ,n .'liia. IIIIIIVI ,n> u i-ll iiiiiii ill iv m nn -fc.|m. I—-.. —j .i. _. . K r -whose voices are well Itnown West Indies prt .ismmrs from Crvrittew lA>udon, will talk about thai %  lemories of Christma* as the.. the 24th last; and the i Carols at 8.19 p m on ind at 9 30 p.m. on the Graham Mulr lo arrange the d a .ketch fire". (ircetings Round ihe Wurld Immediately before Hi Majesty's broadcast will come Un IlBC's now traditional Tound-thcWOrid' DHMjIUnriMJ leading up to kar who win the King. As usual this pronainine will ],ist for an hour r>aglTinin£ it 10.00 %  m and ihll .voar the broadcast will have ,. uhMBt canvas than last year. T.. I .ii %  i .. %  | : i %  the BBC ts 1 vear InvtUng neiyhb nrs (fWU Western EUTOfM and liuni tie U.S.A. The programme beging 10 Athens and will go right rome the world. This broadcast will be i i .iied Inter n. tin u.i> mil u .ignln Immediately precede the Kings message so that It will be heard tar the second time II 15 p.m. W.I. ChriuImuH ProKriiiniiies As Is to be expected the dailv 'Calling the West Indies' broadcasts from London will have | Christinas flavour in the cornitl week On Sunday. 24th i: -t 'Caribbean Voices' OptHU \'.,li CbrMmaa poanu train 1 Grenutla. and Trinidad. This W IK' followed by a short Chrurtm :!vMi uum Jamaica and a proOf poem to be amiiSM Iron. Han.1.1. Meaalah IIAV DKTMIS1I 37 'ISO 7.00 'in Tha New 7 10 a.m. Ne-i Analyaia; 1 1ft am Thirty mlnutaa %  Ihe PUno 7 49 am The Whlatllna Uhn-l Edltoriala. 110 am rahip ..la a I m HIK' Welah *>itha.tn 13 IS p m MI.I We. ,,£." p.m Th< wa Iron, Review ralth. SOS No rnaMtcr where Hercules gyCsM go Ihcy arc Uic most suitable for local condiuonv 1 hi-. %  • hctausc Hercules cripoecrs arc constantly studying tfH special requircrnenrt of every country. I,atcst designs, dncst quality matcnals and m sttc h l eM craftsmanslup, have rruvle Hercules the orWs favourite btevde. tck .. i WJ.4* P II i pin M...i tarty, ft oo pm. Ivor Ran II i'H li"g t-lilt 1ST ClU'RCII Ti t W Wcekfk ST JAMES 7 i Wint. i i. Auati* Igland. BSD pm Intel Kide An hi. Andirn. Hail Fin. HrrietDi thgnl ahall be upon IMAMJM CHURCH BE r MiciiAici. BT PHIL age; Rev g W W BT LUCY: Ham DurhamRrv J B. Winter XMAS MORNINf; APPtllM'HM s am. River Road. Rev J B Winter Sam Bank Hall. It, v M B Pratt. Kki'am VilUge Eldi-r r. W. Bare. P. M •^..,] I. II Walkei Ce Road. Ra^ New. Minute Talk Jai-kmti and .... and IVn-mdc p.m The WhUUIng Radio Na*areel; SIS the Week, ft JO pm B49 pm Btrlka up New; 10.10 p.m. Prmr. | 'OIS Have a go. II49 ilng. 1101 pm Chrlatma. rd SRirdoCh and Kennetli I Hercules SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IKE HiicuLia crcu a HOTOa co no. MFg*UNl*TtVCl T. GEDDES GRANT LTD, SMlN&MAM I BRIDGETOWN Order |ft | C O AND ADD TO YOUR ENJOYMENT AND CONVENIENCE On S/a Itttfi or .Xi/fhl til S,„l,i I'nunlains. Parlour* iirati HvMiauruntH or direct frown Hmrhmtl;Ire Co.. LtfL—Bau Str*t '• HE *0* Holiday Activities Hotel Windsor CHRISTMAS EVE Dinner 7 pan-10 p.m. MKNU : I mil Coeklail I .1. mini Cream Vetoule of Chicken Fillet of Bream fullenn Knost Turkry and Vorhshln t riMlurrv S.IIK e-lalblet ,r; llrollrd BWeH |K>la|rar—Jug Rice (Teole—Chriatapbents Spiced Peaches Old I n;b I. ChrKtmai. s.ui il,,, Jug la ISM Mti.^d Pie Tartlet Hi un Luae Aftrrdlrmer Mints Assorted NuU—Raast ri NEW YEAR'S EVE Dinner Dance 7 pm-ll p.m. MKNU: (•rspefrult Marasrhlnr Ox-Tall Soup Ked Snapper JU gralln Hurhess Itched Ham and Roast Turkry < .1 ./.-i Pineapple mqiirtusv-rel potatoes K %  lltitlere.l Green Beans Hot Mince pie Coupe \ou\ei An PrliK Eoitri In-ini I.I -, Afterdlruwr MlnU Assorted Nuts— RatsUvt 't ^lii-n --Csrola— Favouis—Fun—F.-olic Fr^ting Rr*ervalla4M Accepted I'lUil Salurday N-.n. IVc ?.lr,| .,, T>lephone M44 When Colds strike remember *** Phensic l'wo tablets of Pbeosic with a little warn will quickly check a cold or chill 1'herjaiB soon dean, the head, takes away the burning pain behind the eyes, the aches in the limbs, the distracting headache, and heap* to bring the temperature down. But beat of all, Phensic relieves the depression and Latigue that so often accompanies colds and chills. Be prepared for colds—keep a supply of Phensic hand". Phensic far ,/IM.-.'.. sii/e relief FROM HEADACHES, RHEUMATIC PAIN, LUMBAM NERVE PAINS, NEURALGI.i. HFLUENZA, COLDS & CHMLS For Qnick Relief froa H~d and OMBt Cold-,. Catarrh. Bronchitis. Influenza. Sor Threat, Neuritis. Neuralgia. Toothache, Rheumatism, Lumbago. Sofetka, Muscular Pains and Strains. Brakea, huaa Bites, and other Aches and Pains, rub In Tbermogene Medicated Rub — so soothing, healing and relieving Try it Yon will say It Is a real blessing! THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB In Jars and Tins ...and but [ Tl0t k Your good health is an invaluable gift. Seasonal festivities are gre-jt tun, but the (easting and merrymaking impose a heavy strain on the system. Andrews is the pleasant any of ensuring INMiR (.LEANI ISI SS tor the dav atier ". 1 diken early morning or belbre retiring it sc;, stomach, toiu up the gently removeimpytmes lett by rich and unusa:il fjre. loi a sparkling, ** f iuy debsk aay time try .i tcaspoonful of AmlrcwT in,a glass of ANDREWS fHE IDEM FORM OP LAX



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    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, IMS SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE TIIII1TI IS i • m %  mac^n Gordons FERTILIZER, LIME AND INSECTICIDE SPREADERS BUILT BY MARKHAM CONTROLLED DISTRIBUTION RATES FROM 2 Cwts to 2 Tons PER ACRE DELIVERED PRICES :WITH STEEL WHEELS Approx $475.00 WITH PNEUMATIC TYRES Approx $530.00 o ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LIMITED Tweodside Road Si. Michael Phone 4629 & 4371 JEFFREY'S BEER I COMPETITION CLOSES THURSDAY DECEMBER 28TH Send in Your JEFFREY'S BEER CAPS Early To S. P. MUSSON, SON & Co's Office AND WIN A VALUABLE PRIZE IB %  & %  K K K K S. 3. a a a %  %  I I %  a Exyrob ocrvx* %  .VM r a IlilflifW&ftK&SiftRaMlflffffftKKfraPil^ /



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    PACE FOrRTIiEX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2*. 1SU CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 230S FOR HUM ..n*ial will teave al 4JP ihK .fi.-in.-n for MM -i1 -•• inHOUSES FLAT AI m view, up bpaaJI* %  •> HaftMon tram .ppl> on pftiMNi IlIPv If 1-M.ip. o MlWhWater null I %  3n IN MEMOKIAM ;*M HAVEN liana Coait. Fumlafted i %  .. Water mill aupply. LiabUna l*iat r. Double qwiai, I tavvanl room. Iti.l 4476 1TISO %  t.f.n In r.*. .belpVI SPBWO 11 nd r-4-. MM pa.%  '" We hrii. 1 %  in tovtufl • our nd running water lliPPegaPni Oarage .nd mv.ni. mom* in yard The above property will be M up for ate U/ public rompalltlpr, al our Ofnce IMTM Street, on rrlday J* I-r Sailing to kTadaira. Am-lerdam — m • "Or. DecteruVer, IPS. Limited Mten'r available'. I MUMOM, SUN %  '!' % %  2nd January. CO LTD. Th* M V • • %  dpi < %  '. ajMl fmmmmn M I. Antigua. MoaM er r or Neil*, and M. Kill*. Sailing, Friday Mh January ltd'. Mat, M4IIOONLR OWNLRS ASSOCIATION In. Trlrphotir: 4*47 H WISE ADVERTISE Canadian National Steamships gg an LADY KrBLdaUN Berbado* Tarbado* Dec at Jan 11 Fa*. Skat., rraaji I •will** v*'*'*"'-*" 1" lirewi *, Black Baa*. tali:* if -HiMlRllnMi ailual. al Haalingi I la Th* luHiia contain* lirai m>. Ui'Liria llrawk'aal room'. ItI C'lVMilana^r A|>f r M" laton hW-a paamni rt.>...i Ml III H \OIIIIS NOTICE I %  itlAad | .t ,.i parU dapartmCHt wiu M *Wad Mr atMl t.Xltn on W*dna*da.' DaaomMr Ml % % %  IMI! nn! b oprnrd until Tu^aday 1 l furl Boval Oaraga I R ft OOODPIO, NOTICE II Mrlra ..f Ya-'u Ragaiii HdJ will i MM 01 %  vu" I TTlh i.ipin.11 plaaaa • M lynrh's Secondan Sfhwl % % %  II %  "!• %  %  %  ... I ('Hldrvii > %  %  I M 7i ....... rii. Ml? Ml-In i OH SAIJ; MM STOCK %  %  %  %  . r. . ..if MTB 0im-3i> Ml^i RLLANEOVa Alii" CIO 1H..1 *im Eckiteln Bro* 90 12 3 ANTlQldA Of *vany daaartpl Cilaa*. China, old JawoU. Una III' Walrrcol'.ura Early Mokt, Mapa A.. graph* M, at Oorrlng** Anllqua Shop I Royal Yacht Club Iff It—t. trm Thr fottnwinH • .aaful al our i .1 ill I* iTMET .iiin.i **r Fittranca naiT.lnallun lilted on Monday (iood H Apply %  Hi Mai BOOK* gift for n< Hk'a Annual or Olrl .1 A %  %  •% O a wondarli. HAJtllAlms ANNUAL HEVtEW Onk. SO *OUr. XII for total tlrvulallrj i Buy DM rarh In.m M l.otw-i%  '.'."'•iv. WralMrhOad Ml Coarr..>|.( .iUn Drug Pteraa o II M at srjt *ETH II oftrr |n\IHiAlNH In 111 mar Sate 41 |.. lljr.kl,..! •d low a* lUU AHdlllnnal i.i.le Dial UC U W HutCo Lid. %  BUM I In COAT-Ono Oantlam. Un.fri C...I In arrll.-nl rondltloi. Apply: Donald I.dpttlll 4M0 Of %  :•>. 10 11 50-1 .ft, I —lily Caulo r.bra l.'l racaitad ThU libra l> tlaai K>n and >prlng> Prlta 14 canla p. IK.und fial •& (i W llulrhmaoii I ba i'.i II.II i.ii AHgppa, Kailh •-in. Aivrl'whalte. Jran Anhcr Pholla Ar..lrong. tkrO'l KV.ihxaila. Warlln%  railrr. Mavlo li'.t Norma Bymg VIFIMI CaOdlv. Claudius c-lui.lian. Nororn CUrkv. Nornu (larfeo. Olu-r 1HI< Ion* i pa M O %  *. %  I f3corh. Wilmxth Qlbba llytM .... OiahggR, Wary liranildpr. Aflndal*. Ni.rma II Joyeo %  hoard. Mabel Hvwtnt Monica I..,'l... Cora Johnaon. Errol Jonas. IJvinjMon* Krjinad,-. Margarri King. Monica Ki.itfl.t. AnolU I—"-. Gloria Mai.hall. Dar"ur.*> M..-I, .„ ciaaterlnf M %  :.... H-ibaxa FJaln* Nil*.. Eudm* rfOaa, Vora ParhliM, PalixiPayna. Kora Mil*) Norma Bh*rl. Wllmo Itmk. Palay Huawll, Ena Xmllh. Anlla 1 •.la. t. nl Nolan Pptituix Sh.il. aumlr. EpAnt* •..llU.n. (-larct— Thama*. Elaanot Tham* Dolor*. vtallh* A4*nalh I WaMoll. En*ala i Watean. MarcU Wataon. Luck*n i Walaon. J>aulriia THE lgl.*J WlU HP I .1 Uaaar Orfca. Wa. II Hlpb llrldg'lnwn. or, Thuf'dar. lM 1-tnrt.f. IN. al t P •a Had "Pncldoil io conuaiiir it shot Hall Hraart. st MHhaal. moiiu.ghouoa h laid ENM cot-Udnlng 4U W sMl Hall Land. Upper Ii %  EalInapactlon on appucaluin Io M ,i*h at -I—mo**-. Uppor Bay for furlh*r ParUculara and i""*' M.I, HI... Arrlvaa Iv-ibadoa llarikacl t An',** Boaton AlTlVM Si Jobn LADY RODNIY NE1SCJN : !>.. r Car a JP. Jan. U Jan. t) Jan. LADV LADY BUDNEY NELSON i* r*b II Fab. Wl Fob. 11 rob. a Harob • March %  •uUMOl te f^ a> >a d MUtaip* PJMi MO DEAN BUNOALOW lolf Courar I Brdi lining Booma. Oa ovcrteohln. Drawing ar-T lawy. Oaraaw idcmrain Apply T*l*phoi.o aPPI. J3.1I SOIn rrwroLD HOUPE wpJBjL* rtfc w„„ ,M land that.lo wrtP^MM t rwallctl b-i*in** '* Appi. I HHIST1AN BRDTlltK HOOD HOI m ri pmToJp> RADIO DIBTHBl TION (hurrh of V*'*--'-*-'''''''''''''-'''-''''''''''; | Mr. i^jpaww^y-r I amn DANCI AT mrai i'Li >MAS BAHK-HOUDAY NIGlff Tuaaday "> December. Itao. ADM1PMON. — *'.-. MuM by Bn PPrMj C*. On d llirccl*d by 1 RfTrUBUIMaWTIt OH SALJC •> I'teaaw rxiand IhU r**rS nAMCIHO FHOM "am 1 P%  jaX^*V'*V*'*'V*^; GARDINER AUSTIN A COLTD. — AjeoU. GOVERNMENT NOTICE POST OF HOUSEKEEPER, MATERNITY HOSPITAL Applications pre invited for the post of HouPekcvper, Mpternily Hocpltal. Bank Rail, which will be vacant on February 1st. 1951. 2. Duties Include the supervision of Domestic Staff, preparation of meal*, checking wl stores and laundry. The Housekeeper will wort: under the Immediate and direct control of the Matron. 3. Salary Is at the rate of sixty-four (64) dollars per monl' anil an allowance for uniform. 4. Applications tbould IK.submitted to the Matron. Maternity Hospital, not later than January 10th, 1051. \V* V///* *•*"* V******> V>*'''*' '• %  **, SPARTAN CLUB ANNIAL OLD YEAR DANCE 1950 SATTRDAY. DFX*. 3B, p| the DRILL HALL Mu.-ir by . •J C B. Browne'a Orch, > SIBSCRIPTION ::: $1.00 N Admltulon by Invitation only REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS r* Wtniar. Audrey %  m Winter. Hulh I'aranUgufciJi-i.of Ih* abov* ..Mi**l*d IO moM IM llr-dm..l*l lha Brhpal on Friday. BHb Decoa 1PM. al IP a.m A M.D. FOBDE. I'lllSOMI I lt| p. MATS Uifl parhaPM U In a v..iirtof dI'IIIM al ' 14 U| and ^1" aatra larro pn*i t<0 •" W Inrr, ihlck Dial ttSt O W lluWblnaoo Co. LM. fad pi %  Vltlng cirdil i ,I.I,I. ,., in. nasM .Ml*! >IBI!*d l>. HIT I'.ll'V M i I Ml KA^-lll Ic Mull. V.KI.UH PVAivrpap u*i sum Ai Accwpt SB b*!ov. TA11XA -B.aulll.il %  Be.-lav |l* *m wraasN r*j tl •&-** I A„ IPH .i ..-. ,.i pa*. Ir. al THANl'f I MM aiHl Swan i4 iaso_ lOWBp, Eagl* Of 1IM aiiio %  %  I \ :: %  %  %  904X :tMA BANK-HM-IDAY N1ITT J,. b *•*—•*. law Wiun* tlune wilt M (iroal II.YNC1M. Mr fjBuMata PBESCOB ii„„i, ... "Tonic M> AUBBUT WAITHE iKnoan a •'Capt. Sunahlnc Ml.. MAS pm"DO rrom a a-" 1 /^ •• %  %  Mai. •2ffgj£rF n N*W:—Three Piwaa " %  '" *'\ u ... IM Mldrra 01 i !" it mm Si mm ". IUtn*lMln* w^ TO OBI AND SU. oniimr *"* MI aM rot > Mappif JCmai And a tp/lDAfUW>llA 1951 NEWSAM & CO. S m c lshaniforos.m NOTICE 8 Aa thn a. a ckH ol -uspeclM SMA1.I.-POX nl the Is^k.tion Hotpltal al IVlican blaiKl, we urne the pjP.iriOii.iner>. Io Inke advanlage of the following facllign.M. for VACCINATION aiMinst Small-pox, which will 'w admlnlltcrtd rBKB C tharfe:— %  5 %  -.-• • m. I 3B ,*-*^*,',*,*,**-***'**,'*'*'*'-'* ***'-.**'-** %%Greetings% a K ijjswe Wish All Our Customer •a I JOHN M. BLADON § K.W.S.. I.>.4. XMAS 1950 Sraaon are extended t wur Kiwtes In the c*Hn>. AI-I.EYNE SCHOOL WANTED rrom May 1*61. on AaMrlant Ml HUM la tt-ath one "t tnot* ol Ih* followlna; A.I Lal.n. F.*nch. Hpanl.h. MUtnallca. Satary. acco.dlng to qualiAcaHorn -i *. nortei'". on arala foe Srcnndaiv Taaraara. ,.., urn taiiM D laiiftcailoM and il>1ec' o*red, and arcompanlad by i. .tiiiumlal.. mu'l rrach Ih* H*admU| airr than February 1Mb. l*UM-n I %  FOR SALE OVEN QLAPaTWARE Phoe.ili How ii. gaueoboow. •evaral oth.i Item Hulfhin^n a> Co. iclude Di hea. PUtea. Mlkina Bowl, and Dial 4TM O. W l-EKMANKNT NEZDLEH for TO* ecord pHPr and analta of a "ma %  II felndi ion A BAIUfBB J O LTD H Itfi I.' TO their friends and Customers i %  5.57 ZHappy Xmas\ ^2)rosperom SWew* 'year BANTTABY INSPECTORS who Imvc been .i|i|M.ini.-.l Public Vaccinatorn. have been detailed In visit *he various district* and *£,* schools of Ihc Par;^^l to do VACCINATIONS. irvwiiui;. periudiiiilly for Inspeclinns nnd further \'arelnatiou<. CBNTB18 HAVE HEKN ESTABLISHED at the followlna; plni es to which persons may apply for VACCINATION :— (.il Or. R, L. V. \RD'S OFFICE, Maxwell, Dnily except 'iindays and Bank Holidays, 8.30 a.m. to IdlH) *>.m. and 2.00 p.m. to 4.IMI p.m. (b) Or. A. C. EDUARDS' OFFICE, Rockley. Same days iin' times as above. IO THE CHRIST CHURCH DISPENSARY. iiisim D.iilv OsMfa Sunday* and Bank Holidays. K.00 i.m. to 12 noon nnd I.(HI p.m. to 4.00 p.m. (d) CHRIST ( III I ( II ALMSHOUSE. Daily t.wO a.m. to .i mi n m |e NCRSE THOMAS' OFFICE. Dover. Tiiesduvs to S:i,iirdays, 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. ( Ottll.-RMFRF M\ll. SDAY DBCEMI1EH %  I %  i miu 11ii-nua %  adaI a2 •Si SB IIAl-FY I III:I1-1 I. r. K £ e 'i *? -"s> *' SrHOSl-EROL'S NEW YUlIn £ R. SrENCEB CO.. S aa v. £ "~'„l, < s^J U, "• if PHONE 4640 PLANTATIONS BUILDINGS. e Wuh All Our Cu and Friend, a HAPPY C'intlHTMAS I... ( i.iuiili.ii. m... I. %  ... ... %  and buslnrw a llurlnz the New Year we hll endeavour to continue '. in. the tame hlfh atan.li.rd of I.TVIM to property owner, and potential purrlt*er*. a. In tile pant JOHN M. BLADON AND STAFF £ £ £ %  %  a £ %  £ £ I %  B a. ^ s i %  £ | £ CHAIitRS MACKENZIE.' Choirman. l '..mmiMioners of Health. Christ Church. BMRHMNffMir. %  jmuumumumums*w*i*i.*n*n feTl^iO.J.:.J.5.J.>.WWHB^ WE THANK YOC SINCERELY for your Putronaie. In return we will endeavour inn utmost to provide you with Newer nnd Better Thins* f r ail of J'hom all of U& \V K EXTEND V to all our Customers and Friends Best WLhrs for a Very Happy Christmas. nnd a Prosperous New Year JAf SioAs and tYlanninq <&Qo., Jttd, (Oil tDspeudmnnU) MODERN DRESS SHOPPE BROAD STREET G. W. Hl'TCHINSON & CO.. LTD.



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    SUNDAY, DrXfcMBKK Zi. US4I si MlAV \1>Y1fe of %  DM The iC at tlir Spoiu. l*dy H.r •, loclu V E'.lliilM .. uxwl Eric llcaoon. Commissioner I Pottee and Mrs. Beatioo, M;i-or Gerald Uddlelow. Supans*eT>3 I SHIingman. pilot i i LVADV-D04 A A%  ssttnaa, lives ol 3.'> (....-sengers. tu ciow : possibly scores of peoj In Port-of-S| k C iptada S< man safely relume i the aircral % %  following ;in ...tbreak of fire oil o*rd cngi'"' while the iitrcn.fl ., >ver Portof-apaln Correrl Solution To The Vdvocate Chrislmas Numbef ('mii|irlilioii like j One Gelt Wiser SHE GOT IT |"'tlUOU i Patricia Apslewba.tr. of Black Rock, winner of lh> Ado.it,'. Xmin Number Com r turkey, and bottle* of spirit from Mr. Trevor Gale. Advertising Director. ThU I the %  *•* time that *lie en I* id thicompetition. She worked on it m her pre time from the Brut day she sot the Xtnaa BfagaUae sod spent about a week working it out It wa* a welcome nnrprlaa. i saidHARBOUR 10G In Carlisle Bay PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dee 23 l log nnrt politics are tw major careers at tha HUsM mm','' Sir Hubert RjUM*, In an after dinner spaaon "1 thf Trinidad mid Tobago Teachers' Union appeal banquet. Sir Hubert said that one of the difficulties wito MV -|'sji ^ M which the Government was facud *rih>r. Yaeat T>I* HI. was the question of determining *** %  5££It?*'J£ h the percentage of i should be given to the various Drat***. Sen Lad* > facets of life. Thai was. an extremel££" c iV JJ£K P J! • Lilt problem. In a jocular MS;Tata*. mood he Bddcd: "YOU Of course. Main Henrietta. Sen are teachers, and it is only n.iU.i-1 J """" M V D "* w you tlilnk your .show Is Ihe moat AISIVAIH important. Well. I agree, because y, M ,,, ,-„,„. , | 0n „,. cap* I am having dinner with >ou Nivewn. from Ne* London Con vii to-night . "buV he %  %*. „ lon „.,, c pt Bunod added, "a* one gets older, one f „,J„ TtiiEild. gets wiser, and one has to think s<-twnrr Amu H si ion* nt. capi of Ihe whole thing and plan big"a'*^",',^'.' !" fnt'l tor.'" Haasnwen. from Mobile t MaKS I iND ROVI B RIG III v \ i i ; \ > l !: i %  I H : I %  .... I lAM f[ TERDAM %  : KITY uw \ rwai : N I %  %  : Uuwer OUH i >W P %  9 1'.. in iki In SIM) man i limes i n %  HBNN1 SS^ B in. tor Hum and It rernl in ^ R IMrchas. n \ INDIVIDU \i DRKM ITMfl SM %  DU BABY Three bu %  %  STOU1 Ml PMi I %  .> i roiH MOPOUTAN I RIUPS RADU P1 What ,v the eoMBiiywassrt auwbart Amssai A 4" 'i ha onij doublt m India a If dOBi*| know > m eonsult "hi'' Ai %  %  a i>, 1. i A Co. \ i Max I iet.*. I . %  V ... \ V 1 %  \ %  "I'l .llA.ii -I ,. %  % % %  ..! ', ( %  I .I Ior I | and *i < %  An mm Pyma si %  Answer Prtoi iss RafrtfswtHi I ft 11/ III I SOWS OF '{Saylor s Special Jhlcndcd !Rum (With The Mslhulirv I'lnnuirf ILL Seawell Ul Ver(/ &{apf>y Christmas. %  y R W.I.A I. UHTALa.n> >i IA.L T...,iJad: Tnnldad MCetll Sk*t*. Arnold M, Ann.U..mlrif..l %  HI I ,,.. M. Artnar, Eluabrih IM.-II. Klh W 1 Suiiuia. in L.ch. Ed.ard Lei-h. K> llofta Htn.lclU. II. mi Pn-krb.i-.il. Rdwin r*Sr. Kalr 1. M T'linlv Pa**. KUl*.o Held, Kalhlcen Held. r N. Jone.. Yacht Jaraw SMd. OUd>i PaltrtHiw, >-i.n-.i %  I.-.. H.II. Ada tarr. I !" ..I. j..pb Davidson. Sch. Parn. J,.i S.lir.lnnirt Dranj llclqiicen. Hch Uadm n %  •a I. sch Sur^ihine il. Mai net. Capl uwkai, Daphne F> Tr-I'ia. OvraM Dirielli... II U II >v il ... A H.*.T U 'im. Alvln %  I Alenssdri. .ilia H..klal. inanaa, Andi. HcParlans. II.Id B-lit., <:i-onDun-un. DrlUn "oil Id Sleale Hupert Cnatle*. Cloiell H. ii %  %  J-tp Jaeqiwlln* Jack. %  Plieimn. Carmen Davie. Overman, AlkmWharlon. Hilda Whaelon Hush *•*'">* .ii. Je-ii Furlonae Harold Went ... ftawlmv Hupeillierk. Makiir.a Hallyei. VasauM liua>d Rdwatd*. William Ler. leldt. Gerald Niaw. Daphne Hur*e. David N U . Ma.ll.n N U r~ -Q^ Wllfc!m ,. rj^al Y>onrt# WillemBonl j> *' Morl*ma, Ada I •". h. Ada IVebidm. Daphi I—. A Sherwood: A MrConney. IlK-bidln. KraneW MuIIUan. On.iae Hart. VeC-rth. E MrC^rliii. Dale McC-rlm. D RBW rlas. Wai Jack. >< Berasa Dnmnnd JOIIIIMII %  on. Vlok" ii Wherkr. Gn.ilI i llennett Olivia Rrid. n... V V 9 \JOHX n. i \Yi.im A SONS i in \ %  k <; U II • SI CatM V.W/WA-/,WW.V/.-.V.-,V.V///VAV//-''^ iS anil wild you al ihn season A HAPPY CHRISTMAS and A PROSPCROUS 1951 GLOBE Theatre XMAS NITS SPECIAL CLl'B MORGAN'S HIT PABAOBM WITH CASBAH Btaga Show Stalin s.i pan. HaMbQ Nile B HOOktKS DRUC STOKES B'DOSl ITU. i i I Sill IIOI \l Si4HII No. 2 High Slrucl Till-: SIIIKT KMI'OKICM OF BAIUIAIMIS I'UIMIH WIMl: : 11,11, Whil.' X.ni.s, .'.-.-.•-',->-^','^>V^',','-'--.'.'.^'.'.'. Datp I'..... Jingle Crlckrl Tail Match, TTia ai B nni RanlaGUui is ('...mill: 'I'll in' I humfor Xmus' t&* L *.• ;:;*.'.:' f :'ssss* :'s.:: --*-'-',-*-,^v',*. £mwwiwmmmwiw*'M\wwmi£ ^i^H^^viii^m^i^ummmnw^^^r. m 1 i %  I i i %  a i an I a To all Our Kriond. and Customers and Bt'sl Wishes lor n Prosperous New Year • PERKINS m Co.. Ltd. Kot'biitk Street 5 a si f'a %  ii Wiah their many Friends and Policy-holders THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON .sure them ol Ihe same Sleadiast Service in Ihe future as in the past. und i %  I I I %  i %  I %  IS 1 1 a J DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Agents. I tn fm5WINiilBr*S4Wff-AV^J.t'Aff{*f*5erV i a T a a I a a N. B. HO WELL, BAY STREET WISH OUR IO ALL i'OWW PAX FOR IOUR BIKE Fit a preclaion-butlt auxllary Powar Pak bicycle motor: enjoy effortleBs riding ZOO miles to every gallon of gas. Let'e gol BARNES a CO.. 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    MCE SIXTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE Sl-S'DAY. DFCFMIIFR 24 1950 Police Banr< uiid the bandstand, h become M iiu>i>> occasion, and <>it of the tradition* in Hie social lite of Barbado. The .'uiUence ar* requested lo'ennth an.1 foster Ihi s|iiiit of Chrisbnai u the old familiar catoii with ' band, and the programme will 1broadcast by the K.KHO Distniu \esterday's Cricket a> from IMICI 4 i. %  > which Stlffi k UowUni could be punished Euoh of these bastmen N t. Wilkie. how uis usual thorough wa I VI ...; %  'Ii 24 !|.>ad loo I liortgr won the toss and i %  i • tool lawn an..' H H. King the bowling attack for P i i %  %  %  lied for have '" i out He did HO and wi" i -I.UI onl; brisk i'. M tier, iroin 7.15 a.m. to 8 son the benefit ol the older folk wh -re unable to come to the Park Excerpts from Handel's g*ei Oratorio MESSIAH will be Ii eluded In the t, i.t, a year and helped to aw qii Jordjn's rjowUna, K L Ci Road charity cODCM. a FUCC*-\ „id H K Jordan had replaced Clarki towllna; to a Iksadj length. Tony Wood i']i. rod B L Q Hood l" sdjudgM i.bw to I Hoad two i Mr. MrComie and Gl*3 came logathei It the wicket. Aftei orina two runs Glasgow wa 1 bj spinner Jordan an %  I ,. I..Id : : paned h Mr Mi Comic was %  %  .HI %  ttanat lur a bb. Ml iKMrlad He ha.* I %  %  ft oh* the mark %  wicket si this stage ami i the game with ""'fT"! ''' put up 24 which hohsdad four lour boundaries He was bowled by E I, c Hog C !> %  INI Same bowler without scoring an sddltional runs I-odge were all out for 77 !'.... H BUM Mil %  tosaful bowler. He captured (0* fadBtbi durloi hi seven over inuh vielded 22 runs E I. G. load ami H. R Jon f\x.k two wickets. %  k started their rir> lining* mi'iii'lii.'ely dtcr lunch I wicket fell %  %  M -arm* ..* 34 Blrkett and Kidney met In a fourth-wicket partner ship which gave 73 run fa-World Champ h Dying u. n Brown, former -. '.tiin>weight champion. : the world's most populylnf desperately %  pttal here Dan Parkar, Sports editor of the Dally %  i Hi own wa* • I iflht side and hi* body was racked witta I tubercular cough. Hardii-.,m iiiid P.trker %  Louis to wind Up like this tall him to quit %  'hat Brown who •"ung "had MM now even a ngnrrlte t<> his i the ring with his height of MX tool, bul i bantam i i-mh! limit Brown was admired did brilliant speed fie fought. He won tha ..rid Mia gl Long Island city in in*, 19211. and held it for six "ears before losing in Barcelona to he Spanish Baltacai Sapgchili. lorn at Colon, Panama, in 1905—Heater. ,JH •^^^sK^'^^MH^w^^nmmm fMerry Xmas m SHoppy Wew ^ear To all Our Friends and Cuatomers La the wish ol and wish the m all a very Rap Xmas, and continued "hap listening' in the roar that before us Not Alone 10 CRIPPLES BURNT AMARILLO. Texas, Iec 23 Ten aged bed-ridden pallet three of them blind, wei h o me d to death at Walker CO valescent home here yestei 37 patients were .. — ileuter. %  UELGKAUK. DM L'L' In Iha praai oca of Prtt nd tna High Qovan .; i. Djura Loni in Yugoslav Army spokesman said on Thursday night that if the couni Hu.si.i .irid her eomtnform tataUlta wa ball not fight alone". He Indicated alao Hoad when the that Yugoslavia will sod the weal i IM Theyll Do It Every Time -~. lb CPKK PRE UAZAWS \ AT SyMPHOW/ H4LL THE CHIEF ASSIGNS BURMS-WHO LiKES BAG* tiOT AT ALLThe >\tathcr TODAY: Sun I iv fi 14 a m Sun SeU: 5 46 p m Moon (Full! December £4 I i I'lriifi p m High t\ t.i i : %  i n, %  49 p m VrSTfcKDAY; Kjlnfall K'odrinsUMii Ml ToUl for Month to Vrsterday: 3.41 Ina I %  ,.• i itiinMm i ; Mi F Mind Direction O *m.) r". (II a m ) K S E Mind \ %  I. %  %  • %  g mil.-, per h-.ur Kiromelrr tH m ) 9 917 HI j m I 29 "M Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. | !SMBHHflflllrSIIIIiIlltM %  f^'AfifiSivmfmnnnnmwmmnmmm^ %  GREETINGS tor pretty Dresses any time the new NAMRIT A TOOTAI. KABR1C in Floral D**igns suitable fur day or afternoon Dresses. 36" H i.l. Per Yd. $169 WHITE NOVELTY CREPE Suitable for Frocks or I \ Dresses 36" Wide Per Vd. $2.66 Cave Shepherd & Co, at: MAS// OVK CUSTONEKS AND FKIBNDS Christmas I & •5 \I.I.KY.\K Mlllll Ii A fO. LTD. I 1 i TO ALL OUR m I FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE WISH A VERY HAPPY XMAS. C.B. RICE & CO. OF BOLTON LANE. fW^j4/tiiHftHft l i?*HHnMRMWBn*'' Pioblema, personal and world-w'do. besei all oi ua. Bui ptoblniB have always faced men ihcy have provided tho challenge which mankind hag, with the help ol Divine aid, novor kdlttd to rntet. And out ol thai has come progress. 1951 can be such a yeai ol progress toward a laating peace In a free world toward solving Ihe problems ol poverly. und unhappiness across the world and here al home. II we (ace our job with determination and resolullon we cannot fail POLICY THE May the New Year be • of success for you and %  of steady advance and all ol us. STARTING 1>EC. JiHh ami CONTINUING Barbados Aquatic Club R-K-O'S SENSATIONAL NEW TIIKILLEK "THE WI1VDUW tt AMENITIES. • SU-BATHING YACHTING FISr. I • Str. M UINCHZON8 "EPS DIN.: WEUSTOCKED BAII Wilh: BOBBY DRISCOIL VIEW OF THE CLUB • SPACIOUS Pill/ • PLACD UA %  HNI BEACH For bettr-r service to Visitors the Management has installed Modern Guest Rooms. Fjr Room Kates inclusive of Meals, apply to the Manager. STAHTMWG BEC CINEMA EQUIPPED WITH WESTRFX MASTER SOUND SYSTEM. a FOR LOCAL AND VISITING MEMBERS • COOL — AIRY — SEA BREEZES GOOD SHOWS — a REASONABLE PRICES AQUATIC CUB CINEMA WILL BRING TO ITS LOCAL AND VISITING MEMBERS SOME OUTSTANDING FILMS LIKE . "THE WINIIOW — Plu. — THE WINDOW" — Broke World Records in the big cities ol the world. You will love "THE WINDOW"; you will tell vour Mends and family about ''THE WINDOW" You cannot afford lo miss "THE WINDOW" HAPPY NFW YEAR I |ssaWMraiiMfsmftto SEE THE CREAM OF THE FILMS SHOWN IN BRIDGETOWN FROM 20th CENTURY FOX UNIVERSAL PICTURES AND R-K-O RADIO PICTURES PLUS MORE TO COME. "> I /AH IHC, BRITISH PRODICTIONS! W\TH: CINEMA. Some of Ihe Finer Motion Pictures that you missed when they were shown in Bridgetown. Enjoy a Show in comfort Beautiful Surroundings Courteous and Efficient Service No Noise I No Disturbances I Happy New Year AQUATIC CINEMA I



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    —. ESTABLISHED 1U93 tutsan Aftatate BARBADOS, UEOBIti 24, 1160 BIG NEW COMMUNIST OFFE i.H Hilliox AMIGOS VENEZOLANOS II editor I|I nuratro until* •l %  -! itme ha hecho el i %  pedirme uue le rvnw aw Hiii-jji ui Nnimfti AlllCB ULU,,.„!., ,1, -. ., ,,.H.. la Bhnavetuda a ueusir.. in, l,|j > IN;--., m.. "*para que i a,. Burn HO M.I" Ulia.4(t4(Ublt< I.".II ^ Mitu I %  m b i r u un.ii'im-s |IA-I ui' > un prwaperu n urvo. I* mu) ,.1'in "l !" -i\ uue oaucneee d.Lds ban venide ya a nmin pcqui .... Ula y tun regresauo para xosar de MI rnranlov I'm r | numrro dr recten CAHuivn \ OaMMHMI nuienr* Pope AppealsFor Peace 1^ +fAW CttPUSTrArrd ro Lun ge MJel aqm. purUe nn dars* t units MI popular nilHu badua *e ha Drcho para laa "Lunaa de Mlel," > caperu qne al regreao Ira diran a u* .nil.,;.--. ciue Barbados ea lUM.IIIilll. el Mill! 111(11priadu. Noavlraft .11 Barbados no* content* aber romo se hi iM-jjul..i^.iit. nueeUa isla no M>IO para lun Venczolanos tinu lambici. para Ion exii.uMi n.,iireatden en \eneiucla. Yo .--mi., que en el no mui lejos luluru nuektra Ula sea aervida can recularidad pur una llnea aerea Veneiolana. In tutfu* Ion aiton p*aad> >ci he u ii'.i i.ui.. por el %  %  %  .n lull" de i -I. II.in.. i ,;. i u.i-in., con Venezuela %  ini-lii ill i .i i|Uien If* prlmeros ..n>--nua eslueno* i ui-iun irnlii iduale* (anica dt i-il-T aldo ininiiii.nl,. consul i aal que e* mu> agrad-ble para ml ver KIIDO lu %  Uim ni-nlii el it iin o y • %  Euira aumeuUndo. t*U irjli.o ayuda a todae lM < laaee aectalea en nueslra lumuuldad daiidolr rmplro -dlolonal a nui sir. gran pobl i mu al 'uim ui.i ell n.iiM.ii.,1 n.in-v nl Insreau del (...in-! M.I puea ae conMl urn rramdea range* en in.ii. i I.I de iapalo*. ropa de "'in I utllea domeatlcoa, de modo inn' la ayuda ea reclproea puea Uds. dlsfruUu *qui de un cllaa* aeludable. buenoa bmnoa de mar j etraa i. .iiii.ide "Sport," idem** hueii -II i n I.I ii. hotel y excelente comida. Navidad llempo de Fa* en la llrrra. Ruegole a Dlea qac a pesar de la sltaarlon mini %  dlal que v.i nk. .i.om.nw-, atravesaraoe, el mundo dr nueslron dla* continue dlafruUndo de l 1 u y buena \ .-Inui.,d No puedo termlnar tin iu-rii. irlbula 4 vuratro IrrMihnlr ll.-lewii* C'halbaud n i II ii 3 al iran ii.iiiiiin que in.Vo romo Milniilii llril.iniru a uulen I* lue dado el honor de repre•enlar vuealro iran Pals romu Vke C'uniul Ad honorem. he podldo ttpreelar il %  r.ui proitreso qne tuvo Venetuela durante el rnimm de la Junta Mllltar de Goblerno encabetada imr .1 Coronel IJTIKJIIO (h-.ll.unl. y-tenco la Mturldad que el nurvo Prenldrule de la Junta de (ioblerno l>r. Suarn Flamerlrh. i mi tin u.i'.i la buena obra de rncrandeelmlentode lea ya exrbrtentea J nurvin I.HI que h.irui de Venevuela el primer palo de Ontro | Sur America i %  .1... Ino extranjeros ron ,iuiin he hablado. no lienen lno elorloa para el proireso que Veneiuela experlriirul" Inin el mando del I'nel li.ii:.,,!., Cbalbaud 9 ra ii." que ron el llempo Voneiuela se dara ruenta miaun de la irandexa dr eae Pre*idente > hombre qur fur De nuevo lea dese* unaa muy Mil. i •. I'aaena* y i.K.I..hi' eatadla aqul Ya M Sefior Editor mta crarbu por dame eate prrvllelo de envlarlea eat men%  %  iiy poner en ruenta a lo* M-ii.nir. que t'd el director de ele perlodko abe apreelar lo benellrloa que el lurUmo no* trar, VKBNON C KMCillT. Vice OHM Ad Hon. D* Venrmela In Xmas Eve Broadcast VATICAN CITY, Dec. 23 APPEALING in his Xmas Eve broadcast mes sage to the world for world peace. Pope Pius XII stressed that the essential element was th* establishment of internal peace in individual roun trios. UP vigorously attacked men and organisations who sucnced the common good to their own selfish u il Uw ^ame time appealed for a reduction of unemplovment and for the establishment of effective systems of an indispensable condiTun f < iMi.tiiiR all members of a pvopV high and low In one body I The 1'ope also atlacked organ: i Isdtlons which protect the interisi> nf cortalo mviiibt'is who n> lunger relied on tenets of law and of common good. Continuing the Pope said "May barriers be opened May fence* InLnw.-ird M... asjeh M gtven opportunity t> look freely at the life of all nthei Jie-ipl. %  M..\ *hn. I r .111 end t> that segregat.on ol some countries from the rest of lit* ^ ctvjltsed world. A seisreg-ilion s to say damaging for the cause of peace "How greatly would the Churrh desire to help in paving the way for this contact between poopleFor ber. East and Wag) M seiited not opposing principle* but if-minon heritage. Supreme Injuslire The Popa dtaarlbad .1^ supreme mnisf-e the accusation that he wants war and is oolluboruting to this end with imperliliM powOW£AHT> ALJRussians Want Peace -VYSHINSKY PARIS, Dac 23. Soviet Foreign Minister, Andrei Vvshirisky. said last night that Huftsiu wanted peace, and would %  trlva to eosktarva n. rtaoota iniis.ivjlivc newspaper t* Fbjara reportwl to-day. The newspaper's correspondent who quoted the Soviet Foreign M in Liter as saying. It b diffleult fo anything .to you. Nevertheless we. are lot satisfied with the actions taken at the United Nations China should hnve been recognised a Ion* tfBM Asked whether he t>elieved paawa fuuld be safeguarded, he aakl. "certainly. Russi.i %  mntg peace and will do everything to eonaarrg it." The corretpondciit added that \'yvhinvk.v dei-lined to comment ui' tie Quaatloii of %  liiur-power confereni-e on the war In Korea —Renter. MacArthur Forecasts TOKYO, De 23 (jFNERAL MAC ARTHUR force. nique today a big new Commu 1 Korea. Signs of this, he said, were. 1. Continued aggressive probiuK actions by Communists. 2. The presence of artillery with -Ohm*** columns. 3. Accelerated reinforcement and resupuly of Communists. General MacArthui I il nu cieni m 1 He 1 fli mi %  nee of Chine* %  < ; '' ye itself is about two miles below Ihe but ,t i gpokaeman said ll "Choni ye %  ree" wag used loosely and he would tii.it < 'iniirsi had "in paralleJ Examine the 12 agitated yaarf of his Pontificate, he said. %  %  >. every sentenie from his pen. there would be found only In cltements to peace. In these last weeks the line of'the hlch separates into opposed camps the entire International community wn* endangering the p^'ace of the world, he "In a itre;iful clash today I'iipoiu would be so devastating iler the world almost lnCrew Rescued From Blazing Freighter LONDON. Dee. 23. The 7,181-ton French steamer calm' rescued nil 30 of UM new af tin1.408-ton British freighter Alphwa which was abandoned ablaze in the Western Mediterraanimate and empty All nat nean to-day, according tn radio | would be Involved and the 000tepoits received in Britain flict wjuld break out amongst The Norwaglgn-bulH British every citizen of one country placard p registered al Glasgow, was „, H „i .-xtreme peril all civil tnon her way to I-ondon with genstlU ,noiis and all values of spirit, eral cargo from the Midd.e East .^^ e immei^e peril th^t exist* hen she sent out an SOS dtouiBdi Imperiously b, leatttO &tt^J3S^*£)Z^e 23 traditional road of the three wise men to Bethlehem is beina; lesjaued. Trenches are being flUeh.Ti crew Ureter. GAJRAJ IS MAYOR OF GEORGETOWN i IH AQETOWrf, B.C., 5 Rahman Baccus Ga)ra). a Water Street merchant was toduv elect ad \!n\or of Georgetown, d-fi-alurthe opposing candidat-Edward M Gonsalves 6—2. lion Lionel Luckhoo was elected Deputv Muvor. defeating Councillor E W Adams 6—4. CounDiUoi Ml I Jam-t J.igan lOOfe the oath of office, but did not take any part in the elections She defeated Councillor S. I. Cyrus who recently filed a petition to the Supreme Court asking it to declare her election null and void | claiming she did not possess the qualiflci The law imposes a penalty on Councillor who lakes pail In the deli) Brat OIU of the Council while daraueUfled It is believed that she would not take part i,i Council business until the Buprema Court hears and room to action dom to triumph. raw the Pope will be earn shoulder high on his enm hrone surrounded by ihe btiUll robes and uniforms of his eti to the final ceremony of the Holy Year. With a golden trowel he will lay the first bricks with which the doom of Saint Peter's Basilica will be sealed up for another 25 yean At the same lime Cardinals( legate will celebrate the closing f the doorsof three oihi r major I Basilicas of Home. The Pope appealed to more than 3.000,000 Catholics wh< h.income to Borne during the Holy Year to act as "messenger, and propagators of the spiril of Christ'" in their own countries.—Renter French Embezzler Flees To Brazil PARIS, Dec. . <>ne of ihe biggest embezzlemem cases since UV "8tnvt>-k\ affair* of 1|4 broke yeslcrd:n whin 60 angry creditors petitioned for Judgment against Paru businessman Henri Duasher whom the" alleged to have absconded to Bi'"*U with 400,000.000 francs. r lasher who fled to Brazil with *'.nees aasoclate Belovid, on October 26 this year ran a profitable and reputable business dealing with Iron lungs and other surgical equipment from the American firms of Picker ItOcWfham Colcman and Coreceo. He was well known In society and was photographed wllh French Minister of Health Pierre 'J'heniter when the first consignment of Iron lungs arrived 'rent Ihe United States by air ..' orly air|>orl earlier this year. —Renter YOUR NEXT PAPER The Evening Advocate on u. .I'., -iiiv will be the next Isaue of Ihls newspaper /'/. .lrfrocti/i iri*ii< Ini/ trom 1042 to 1044 and m command "i the 18th Airborne Corps In Belgium. France and Oa IM4—43 Qeneral RMgewej s/aj choaCii %  i.i. iai Baenhowcr i" repp sent him on the MUltan Si;. I Committee of the Unite.1 Nation Organisation, and In 1948 he be eame tomiii.nder-in-Cblef of tb. Cexabbean Command He has been Deputy Army Chief of Staff fi.< AilmlnUtration since August 104a LieutenantGenera I Walton II Walker. 61-year-old CnmmaimV Of the American Eighth Armv |i Km.... wai k IU-1 tOdej HI a )| ." %  Ident Hundreds of Ainern;ui toldlei MW Iheir tough Commander kille. nortfa of s ii when n was thrown on to tat mud i > land crushed by Ms own Icej I according t.. frontiuie reports i Qaneral W Is* brought bei k t0 Seoul I.I t.i-s in a lony eever greei • i M ol I Mi i,,. .im Captain Bam Walla i when he mel a southboui iiiipery road. A Koi-ean |on> drivei pulie. out of the convoy into the pat) %  rnunlsl armki aun > %  ... %  ... %  b 1 %  the line were alerted todl possible Coiiitiiuni I dl |V %  . log lual %  dial But %  %  .ifici the Aii.e.t retreat and hope %  %  Christmas In tin I %  they shol down %  The Ajner l cen puu i f the % % %  hit ii bnaked and hit the i"". Qeneral walkej %  ... thrown mil and run over bi he J----I! Troop* In Ihe convoy stood uii ..n.I Shouted 'ieneral Walker's tot) 10 halt, but thev were to.. I .t. BUSY DAY AT SEAWBU France Has Another Atomic Pile BOMBAY. Dee 23. France's second atomic pile now being built at Saeley, will he tin bii'gesi in the world except foi piles at Chalk River in Canada an-! Brookhaven In the United State French Commissioner foi Atomic Energy, M Francois Per• ... — Reuter. wealth Club yesterday. Ihe Ad:rai pre % % %  tod Hi I SUites ould complete tlon In three years ol I MbtMrtlU preaasUad by atomic snergy —Reater. Plane Missing With 18 EDMONTON, Albtrta, Dec 23A Canadian Pacific Airlinei plane with 18 people aboard, wan reported to-day long overdue on Ihe 175 mile flight from Vancouver lo Pentictun, British Columb. The plane, a DC 3 airliner, took off from Vancouver G.MT ytatarday and was due to Pontlcton. one and one half hou, later It was last reported flying i 1,300 feet over UM -now-covered Rocky Mountains 65 kms eai' of Vancouver. Identity of those aboard — 15 passengers and the crew of three —was withheld pending devi-lop i %  %  < %  over nm.iniiiul < %  > .n, ment Reuter Army in Korea Reuler Ui '*%?'£ -2... ... lie the rVsred nelthei .. jmmunist plan (ltd to safetj in .M..i, %  Redi B ..;. i : i h %  i "l men %  tl.e 3Hth i The thin Unile-i Nation* UJM in I Korea I lacol itself tomglll ... Arthur's aiirio.iiicement that tr.e Chiness awatos now hav l I mii" fur attack. Hitter fighting was reported South ol Hwechon along the 38ih lal orttn .i-t oi Seoul t*ie eapKal Where South %  i he in action shifting U*ai' sftlghl -lightiy east of the main ii'i'tu. Ii. e eovorlng Seoul nao milts in the .: %  %  ... %  in., uea i l KM .. I srgj . i. Mi i. -I i-d I ....llel. More ( liinese Tr.Mip* • .i.i M moie Chn had now entered Korea, ituniqug %  %  by the la fon ea— ng ihe .iBUi pars nmg through i' rthern %  ie the ntlnuad Mfrei |V '" UIIIIII II Ron \i ... %  %  %  'III %  • ,.| ft General Mai Arthui statement "I am profound! .-i .,' iha death or Otntrmi Walker As Commander of ihe Eight!' United states Army be provo* I.MI.M If a brilliant mllltai | h % %  v.hon. had just recommend* f,. r pro" iot "i lo UM I tnni ol fill fJentnl (; %  uei.o w.dk' r too .., — — mat SO M lii through all rank) I I Qeneral General waikei '' In the van < i LU Uesdi o svptdi ton In 1914 and M ive.1 with thi I %  llUonar) tores v France In 19IS ID |0M be went to China foi three years. In the Second World War a Major General be first rornmandc %  he Fourth Armound Corps an iftel Uw 20th Corps He was It rJiioo, from 1K4-1 1(1 l"4fi an fOUghl in the Normandv Fren I He 1" the L'h Cornin the Ii I of IMS. He was promoted to LtUl n April 1945 Fioni Ittli to IB4S he was Commanding Gen %  I | %  %  until he took %  arthtl In Japan. When the Korean wai I Waller II ip 4nl i -i %  last 24 bo %  ivlng round the barbed win Ana ican cru 01 . %  ported that Cot orth ol % %  %  %  BouUi 10 1 %  lJUUUMmmmmaBUHi&xn MSSJKHI .The 'SB >1 % %  a .;• %  V P TFM. TIIF AfiVnCATF Tssal NEWS Kbit Sin Day or Mehl. Tilt ADVOCATE I'AYS FOR NEWS. 4' %  a^'fl. Iff El CHRISTMAS WITH BUTUNS Suuiiti t lUswill ws one of thf ba-lcst dsy the airport has tear had. Pl!rV "o *" "• "l.0. -< % %  PMW •- %  > %  • %  •• a. A. Ml I. .h. Al, Snrr,, pl„ Vian Our Own Corrasponeaot. IX)NDON, Dec 23 The unofficial meeting of But lin's (Bahamas) preferential shareholders yesterdov was a ver i-hiistmassy affair — wllh hardl> %  cross word reports the Dalit express city editor Frederick Elli •r. morning In the tiny room there wen iriahsts and other Inler.'i shareholders At twelve o'clock starling tinonly two directors were present Buttto a n d Malcolm No Chairman nobody to lake the the house down by asknv did we call this meeting for" an SBfed 'hat Bntlin the scheme for saving the comBO there Chair. Mr Butlm cnvlv refused the hoBoui % %  tag; i an, ,,[.]-. ,,i ordinary director, and I am not taking any more responsibility." Nobody asked Mr. M.Ken/ie Butlin's solicitor Vtrnon Stoke%  niggested the Chairman of the shareholders committee He in turn suggested a Director. Just then Direetor OeneiaJ Crltchley burst Into the room and apologised for being held up In a traffic Jam Nobody asked him to be chairman—he Just sat In the chair, with Bntlin cracking "now II trouble* sn But f'h. ry brought %  With thoughts mainly on Christ mas the meeting quickly approve the plan—there being 19 shareto say "yes". When Vernon Stokea shareholder t I what Butlm I I %  big enough for ihe job Shareholders sat SpeiI General Critchlev b Line w)th Vi Hutlln undergone grea past I rn. oths K. W. V. I ii \ iin il Buppoi i pajgl .mil Rlong w Ii 3/t*. ff. JONES & CO. LTD.* H:irh.iH... ilhlriblllors. HULL & SO\ Kmti lot Un 1 I V. ml I.. \ he BflWi'l ....' I .ml nil i; i \\i.hv. lo) im i § %  : 1 1 K H I'l'ixi-**I'Hosiwurr. fgirsiiiiifinifBantiHMRHMHntiRk


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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Sunday, December 24, 1950
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    ESTABLISHED 1U93
    tutsan Aftatate
    BARBADOS, UEOBIt- i 24, 1160
    BIG NEW COMMUNIST OFFE
    i.H Hilliox AMIGOS
    VENEZOLANOS
    II editor i|i nuratro until*
    l-! it- me ha hecho el i........
    " pedirme uue le rvnw
    aw Hi- ii-jji ui Nnimfti
    AlllCB ULU- ,,.!., ,1, -. ., ,,.H..
    la Bhnavetuda a ueusir..
    in-....., l,|j > in;--., m..
    "*- para que i a,. Burn
    HO M.I" Ulia.- 4(t4(Ublt<
    i.".ii......^ Mitu I m b i r u
    un.- ii'im-s |ia-i ui' > un
    prwaperu -.....nurvo.
    I* mu) ,.1'in "l-i\ "
    uue oaucneee d.- Lds ban
    venide ya a nmin pcqui ....
    Ula y tun regresauo para
    xosar de mi rnranlov
    I'm r| numrro dr recten
    CAHuivn \ OaMMHMI nuienr*
    Pope AppealsFor Peace 1^ +fAW CttPUSTrArrd ro
    Lun
    ge
    MJel aqm. purUe nn dars*
    t units mi popular nil- Hu
    badua *e ha Drcho para laa
    "Lunaa de Mlel," > caperu
    qne al regreao Ira diran a
    u* .nil.,;.--. ciue Barbados ea
    lUM.IIIilll. el Mill! 111(11-
    priadu.
    Noavlraft .11 Barbados no*
    content* aber romo se hi
    iM-jjul..i^.iit. nueeUa isla no
    m>Io para lun Venczolanos
    tinu lambici. para Ion ex-
    ii.uMi n- .,ii- reatden en
    \eneiucla. Yo .--mi., que
    en el no mui lejos luluru
    nuektra Ula sea aervida can
    recularidad pur una llnea
    aerea Veneiolana.
    In tutfu* Ion aiton p*aad>
    >ci he u ii'.i i.ui.. por el ! .n
    lull" de i -I. II.in..i ,;.
    i u.i-in., con Venezuela
    ini-lii ill i .i i|Ui- en If*
    prlmeros ..n>--- nua eslueno*
    iui-iun irnlii iduale* (anica dt
    i-il-T aldo ininiiii.nl,. con-
    sul i aal que e* mu> agrad-
    -ble para ml ver kiido lu
    Uim ni-nlii el it iin o y
    Euira aumeuUndo. t*U
    irjli.o ayuda a todae lM
    < laaee aectalea en nueslra
    lumuuldad daiidolr rmplro
    -dlolonal a nui sir. gran
    pobl i mu al 'uim ui.i ell
    n.iiM.ii.,1 n.in-- v nl Insreau
    del (...in-! m.i puea ae con-
    Ml urn rramdea range* en
    in.ii. i i.i de iapalo*. ropa de
    "'in I utllea domeatlcoa,
    de modo inn' la ayuda ea
    reclproea puea Uds. dlsfruUu
    *qui de un cllaa* aeludable.
    buenoa bmnoa de mar j etraa
    i..iiii.i- de "Sport," idem**
    hueii -ii i n i.i ii. hotel y ex-
    celente comida.
    Navidad llempo de Fa* en
    la llrrra. Ruegole a Dlea qac
    a pesar de la sltaarlon mini
    dlal que v.i nk. .i.om.nw-,
    atravesaraoe, el mundo dr
    nueslron dla* continue dla-
    fruUndo de l1 u y buena
    \ .-Inui.,d
    No puedo termlnar tin
    iu-rii. irlbula 4 vuratro
    IrrMihnlr ll.-lewii* C'hal-
    baud n i ii ii 3 al iran
    ii.iiiiiin que in.- Vo romo
    Milniilii llril.iniru a uulen I*
    lue dado el honor de repre-
    enlar vuealro iran Pals
    romu Vke C'uniul Ad hono-
    rem. he podldo ttpreelar il
    . r.ui proitreso qne tuvo Ven-
    etuela durante el rnimm de
    la Junta Mllltar de Goblerno
    encabetada imr .1 Coronel
    IJtIkjiIo (h-.ll.unl. y-tenco
    la Mturldad que el nurvo
    Prenldrule de la Junta de
    (ioblerno l>r. Suarn Flame-
    rlrh. i mi tin u.i'.i la buena
    obra de rncrandeelmlentode
    lea ya exrbrtentea J nurvin
    I.- hi que h.irui de
    Venevuela el primer palo de
    Ontro | Sur America
    i .1... Ino extranjeros ron
    ,iui- in he hablado. no lie-
    nen lno elorloa para el pro-
    ireso que Veneiuela experl-
    riirul" Inin el mando del
    I'nel li.ii:.,,!., Cbalbaud 9
    ra ii." que ron el llempo
    Voneiuela se dara ruenta
    mi- aun de la irandexa dr
    eae Pre*idente > hombre qur
    fur
    De nuevo lea dese* unaa
    muy Mil. i . I'aaena* y
    i.K.I..hi' eatadla aqul
    Ya M Sefior Editor mta
    crarbu por dame eate prrvl-
    lelo de envlarlea eat men-
    -ii- y poner en ruenta a lo*
    M-ii.nir. que t'd el director
    de ele perlodko abe apre-
    elar lo benellrloa que el
    lurUmo no* trar,
    VKBNON C KMCillT.
    Vice OHM Ad Hon. D*
    Venrmela
    In Xmas Eve Broadcast
    VATICAN CITY, Dec. 23
    APPEALING in his Xmas Eve broadcast mes
    sage to the world for world peace. Pope Pius
    XII stressed that the essential element was th*
    establishment of internal peace in individual
    roun trios.
    Up vigorously attacked men and organisations who sucn-
    ced the common good to their own selfish u
    il Uw ^ame time appealed for a reduction of unemplovment
    and for the establishment of effective systems of s't'uritv. "Unhappily the battle (or life,
    anxiety for work and for bread
    divide men into hostile camp'
    although they Inhabit lh am"
    lands and are sons of the same
    country.
    "Often therefore and wilh pvvi
    , tfrcafer inJlstoAM *e havi pointed
    to the slrticiCle again*t Unemploy-
    ment und tu the rfforis to achlev
    I well-established social securm ;.
    > an indispensable condiTun f
    < iMi.tiiiR all members of a pvopV
    high and low In one body
    I The 1'ope also atlacked organ- :
    i Isdtlons which protect the inter-
    isi> nf cortalo mviiibt'is who n>
    lunger relied on tenets of law and
    of common good.
    Continuing the Pope said
    "May barriers be opened May
    fence* In- Lnw.-ird M... asjeh
    M gtven opportunity t> '
    look freely at the life of all '
    nthei Jie-ipl. M..\ *hn. I r .111
    end t> that segregat.on ol some
    countries from the rest of lit*
    ^ ctvjltsed world. A seisreg-ilion s
    to say damaging for the cause of peace
    "How greatly would the Churrh
    desire to help in paving the way
    for this contact between poople-
    For ber. East and Wag) m
    seiited not opposing principle*
    but if-minon heritage.
    Supreme Injuslire
    The Popa dtaarlbad .1^ supreme
    mnisf-e the accusation that he
    wants war and is oolluboruting
    to this end with imperliliM pow-
    OW- AHT> ALJ-
    Russians
    Want
    Peace
    -VYSHINSKY
    PARIS, Dac 23.
    Soviet Foreign Minister, Andrei
    Vvshirisky. said last night that
    Huftsiu wanted peace, and would
    trlva to eosktarva n. rtaoota
    iniis.ivjlivc newspaper t* Fbjara
    reportwl to-day.
    The newspaper's correspondent
    who quoted the Soviet Foreign
    M in Liter as saying.
    It b diffleult fo
    anything .to you. Nevertheless
    we. are lot satisfied with the
    actions taken at the United Na-
    tions China should hnve been
    recognised a Ion* tfBM
    Asked whether he t>elieved
    paawa fuuld be safeguarded, he
    aakl. "certainly. Russi.i mntg
    peace and will do everything to
    eonaarrg it."
    The corretpondciit added that
    \'yvhinvk.v dei-lined to comment
    ui' tie Quaatloii of liiur-power
    confereni-e on the war In Korea
    Renter.
    MacArthur
    Forecasts
    TOKYO, De 23
    (jFNERAL MAC ARTHUR force.
    nique today a big new Commu 1
    Korea.
    Signs of this, he said, were.
    1. Continued aggressive probiuK actions by
    Communists.
    2. The presence of artillery with -Ohm*** columns.
    3. Accelerated reinforcement and resupuly of
    Communists.
    General MacArthui I il nu
    cieni m 1 He 1 fli mi nee of
    Chine* < ;''
    ye itself is about two miles below Ihe
    but ,t i gpokaeman said ll
    "Choni ye ree" wag used loosely and he would
    tii.it <'iniirsi had "in paralleJ
    Examine the 12 agitated yaarf
    of his Pontificate, he said. . >. -
    every sentenie from his pen.
    there would be found only In
    cltements to peace.
    In these last weeks the line of'the
    hlch separates into
    opposed camps the entire Inter-
    national community wn* endan-
    gering the p^'ace of the world, he
    "In a itre;iful clash today
    I'iipoiu would be so devastating
    iler the world almost ln-
    Crew Rescued From
    Blazing Freighter
    LONDON. Dee. 23.
    The 7,181-ton French steamer
    calm' rescued nil 30 of UM new
    af tin- 1.408-ton British freighter
    Alphwa which was abandoned
    ablaze in the Western Mediterra- animate and empty All nat
    nean to-day, according tn radio | would be Involved and the 000-
    tepoits received in Britain flict wjuld break out amongst
    The Norwaglgn-bulH British every citizen of one country plac-
    ard p registered al Glasgow, was ,H i .-xtreme peril all civil tn-
    on her way to I-ondon with gen- stlU,noiis and all values of spirit,
    eral cargo from the Midd.e East .^^e immei^e peril th^t exist*
    hen she sent out an SOS dtouiBdi Imperiously b, leatttO
    &tt^J3S^*)Z^ r bunkedn, | ^^^J10, ,',-
    AllRoacbLead RIDGEWAY SUCCEEDS
    To Betlilehem | WALKER ASLT.-GENERAL
    TOKVn. Die :-!
    Lieutenant tln.eial Matthew B. Kuljjeway was i""i-
    appouited new Commander of the AflMrioan Bi| hll
    ui Korea in .succession to Lieutenant General Walton \'
    Walker, killed in a jeep accident.
    < ieneral Ridgeway was formerly Commanding General i
    the H2nd Airborne Division and the Itith AtHBorne I
    in Ktirope iluriii); the secoiul world war.
    The
    JERUSALEM, l>e 23
    traditional road of the three
    wise men to Bethlehem is beina;
    lesjaued. Trenches are being flU-
    e to prepare It for Pilgrims com-
    piisiiiti 45 United Nations men and
    50 diplomatic and consular staff
    who plan to arrive tomorrow from
    JeTUiellga to Bethlehem
    The Jordan Government refused
    rt.any other foreign diplomats per-
    mission to use the road, and they
    will have to take the round -about
    way across the IsraeliJordan
    nrnusti.c lines
    This second group of pilgrims
    consists of 83 Untied Stales diplo-
    mat ..ml sTi.ff. SB British officials,
    " Italians, 10 French. 8 Spaniards,
    8 Dutch, 5 Belgians, S Austrian*,
    3 Swiss, and 3 Australians.
    A third group of pilgrims using
    ...i ,
    ound-ahout route will
    be 89 Israeli Arabs, and 31 tour-
    ists Christmas celebrations will
    Include carol singing uul mid-
    nitfhi mass.
    Diplomats and represent alive*
    of Christian institutions will at-
    ceisseioalM m church of
    and at Nazareth.Renter
    Seven minutes later the Calais.
    homeward bound from Port Said,
    reported she was 13 miles from
    the Alphera and going to her aid.
    The /tiphera was stated lo be
    Vntireh ablare".
    I-ater. messages all relayed
    through Gibraltar said thai lIn-
    French ship had picked up the
    1l|>h.Ti crew Ureter.
    GAJRAJ IS MAYOR
    OF GEORGETOWN
    i IH AQETOWrf, B.C., 5
    Rahman Baccus Ga)ra). a Water
    Street merchant was toduv elect ad
    \!n\or of Georgetown, d-fi-alur-
    the opposing candidat-- Edward
    M Gonsalves 62.
    lion Lionel Luckhoo was elect-
    ed Deputv Muvor. defeating Coun-
    cillor E W Adams 64. Coun-
    DiUoi Ml I Jam-t J.igan lOOfe the
    oath of office, but did not take
    any part in the elections
    She defeated Councillor S. I.
    Cyrus who recently filed a petition
    to the Supreme Court asking it to
    declare her election null and void
    | claiming she did not possess the
    qualiflci
    The law imposes a penalty on
    Councillor who lakes pail
    In the deli) Brat OIU of the Council
    while daraueUfled
    It is believed that she would not
    take part i,i Council business until
    the Buprema Court hears and
    __
    room to action
    dom to triumph.
    raw the Pope will be
    earn shoulder high on his
    enm hrone surrounded by ihe
    btiUll robes and uniforms of
    his eti to the final ceremony
    of the Holy Year.
    With a golden trowel he will
    lay the first bricks with which the
    doom of Saint Peter's Basilica will
    be sealed up for another 25
    yean
    At the same lime Cardinals- (
    legate will celebrate the closing
    f the doorsof three oihi r major I
    Basilicas of Home.
    The Pope appealed to more than
    3.000,000 Catholics wh< h.in-
    come to Borne during the Holy
    Year to act as "messenger, and
    propagators of the spiril of Christ'"
    in their own countries.Renter
    French Embezzler
    Flees To Brazil
    PARIS, Dec. .
    <>ne of ihe biggest embezzle-
    mem cases since UV "8tnvt>-k\
    affair* of 1|4 broke yeslcrd:n
    whin 60 angry creditors petition-
    ed for Judgment against Paru
    businessman Henri Duasher whom
    the" alleged to have absconded to
    Bi'"*U with 400,000.000 francs.
    r lasher who fled to Brazil with
    *'.nees aasoclate Belovid, on
    October 26 this year ran a profit-
    able and reputable business deal-
    ing with Iron lungs and other
    surgical equipment from the
    American firms of Picker ItOcWf-
    ham Colcman and Coreceo.
    He was well known In society
    and was photographed wllh
    French Minister of Health Pierre
    'J'heniter when the first con-
    signment of Iron lungs arrived
    'rent Ihe United States by air ..'
    orly air|>orl earlier this year.
    Renter
    YOUR NEXT PAPER
    The Evening Advocate on
    u. .I'., -iiiv will be the next
    Isaue of Ihls newspaper
    /'/. .lrfrocti/i iri*ii<
    Ini/ What do you thmk
    that URudolph thrlCrd-
    itosed Reindeer?"
    u*to* He... sanMaa
    Sr. PETER* BONES
    FOUND?
    VATICAN CITY. IX*c 23
    Pope Plus XII today announced
    that the lomb of Saint Pete:
    Prince of the Apostles had been
    found under the '
    the Vatican Basilica of Saint
    Peter He said that human bone.
    had lieen found in the tomb l*Ml
    it was not poss.ble to prove will
    ccrtaintv that thev were Saint
    Peter*!
    Willuri .i very short limy a full
    documented publication would
    make known to the public results
    r has been of supreme richness
    and importance", he said
    "But the essential question
    Has the tomb of Saint Peter really
    been rediscovered?
    "To that question the final c
    of excavations and of
    stud'es replies with a most cleo;
    "yes".
    "The tomb of the Princ ol 0
    Apostles has been found.
    Hrwler.
    Vyshinsky Leaves
    For Berlin
    PAHIS. Dec 23.
    .Sovn-t Foreign Minister Andrei
    Vyshinsky left Orly .drport for
    Berlin on hi* way baok from
    Lake Success.
    Soviet Ambassor Alexander
    Pavlov followed him into the
    plane for the last minute talks
    SMStrfMjd as the en glues
    started running
    Three Khaki coloured redsU
    red Soviet Dakota* Including
    Vyshinskys' personal plane bad
    been waiting at the airport.
    A Soviet Cmbassy spokesman
    had said Vyshinky's party of
    about 20 would include Ukraln-
    Foreign Minister and Ihe Byet
    Russia's Foreign Minister.
    Iteutcr
    Mystery Subs
    Are Russian
    SAN FHANCISCO. DtC, 23
    United Stales Vi.-e-Aduui.il.
    Lockwood, said here thai many
    ( the "mystery ubnu.ri..e
    hied -fl the American Paclllc
    coast last .summer, were Kussi.m.
    and their reasons for being in
    those waters were not friendly."
    Admiral [aMfttwood, retired
    war-time Commander ol the
    United Slates submarine forces
    hi the Pacific, said RgaalM sub-
    marines were sent here to study
    information valuable in eornbal
    activities.
    Admiral Lockwood
    opinion* were his own, and he
    was not speaking formally Bui
    General Ridgeway who is I
    was promoted i
    ,y. Ka '..-. Conunaztdlni Gen
    eral of 'he 82nd AlrborrU DlVlSl
    InStcUy. Italy and Noioi,ind> trom
    1042 to 1044 and m command "i
    the 18th Airborne Corps In Bel-
    gium. France and Oa
    IM443
    Qeneral RMgewej s/aj choaCii
    i.- i. iai Baenhowcr i" repp
    sent him on the MUltan Si;. I
    Committee of the Unite.1 Nation
    Organisation, and In 1948 he be
    eame tomiii.nder-in-Cblef of tb.
    Cexabbean Command He has been
    Deputy Army Chief of Staff fi.<
    AilmlnUtration since August 104a
    Lieutenant- Genera I Walton II
    Walker. 61-year-old CnmmaimV
    Of the American Eighth Armv |i
    Km.... wai k IU-1 tOdej HI a )|
    ." Ident
    Hundreds of Ainern;ui toldlei
    MW Iheir tough Commander kille.
    nortfa of s.....ii when n
    was thrown on to tat mud i >
    land crushed by Ms own Icej
    I according t.. frontiuie reports
    i Qaneral W Is*
    brought bei k t0 Seoul i.i
    ' t.i-s in a lony eever
    greei i m ol I
    Mi
    i,,. .im Captain Bam Walla i
    when he mel a southboui
    iiiipery road.
    A Koi-ean |on> drivei pulie.
    out of the convoy into the pat)

    rnunlsl armki aun > ,
    ...

    ...
    b
    1'
    the line
    were alerted todl
    possible Coiiitiiuni I dl |V
    .
    . .
    log lual dial But
    '
    .ifici the Aii.e.t retreat
    and hope
    .
    Christmas
    In tin
    I

    they shol down

    The Ajnerlcen puu i

    f the hit ii bnaked
    and hit the i"". Qeneral walkej
    ... thrown mil and run over bi
    he J----I!
    Troop* In Ihe convoy stood uii
    ..n.I Shouted 'ieneral Walker's tot)
    10 halt, but thev were to.. I .t.
    BUSY DAY AT SEAWBU
    France Has Another
    Atomic Pile
    BOMBAY. Dee 23.
    France's second atomic pile now
    being built at Saeley, will he tin
    bii'gesi in the world except foi
    piles at Chalk River in Canada an-!
    Brookhaven In the United State
    French Commissioner foi
    Atomic Energy, M Francois Per-
    ... Reuter.
    wealth Club yesterday. Ihe Ad-
    :rai pre tod Hi I
    SUites ould complete
    tlon In three years ol I MbtMrtlU
    preaasUad by atomic snergy
    Reater.
    Plane Missing
    With 18
    EDMONTON, Albtrta, Dec 23-
    A Canadian Pacific Airlinei
    plane with 18 people aboard, wan
    reported to-day long overdue on
    Ihe 175 mile flight from Vancouver
    lo Pentictun, British Columb.
    The plane, a DC 3 airliner, took
    off from Vancouver
    G.MT ytatarday and was due to
    Pontlcton. one and one half hou,
    later It was last reported flying i
    1,300 feet over Um -now-covered
    Rocky Mountains 65 kms eai'
    of Vancouver.
    Identity of those aboard 15
    passengers and the crew of three
    was withheld pending devi-lop i '< over nm.iniiiul <> .n,
    ment Reuter Army in Korea Reuler
    Ui .
    '*%?'
    ------2...____"...
    lie the
    rVsred nelthei
    ..
    jmmunist plan
    (ltd to safetj in .M..i,
    Redi B ..;. i : i h


    i "l men

    tl.e 3Hth i
    The thin Unile-i Nation* UJM
    . in I Korea I lacol itself tomglll
    ...
    Arthur's aiirio.iiicement that tr.e
    Chiness awatos now hav
    l I mii" fur attack.
    Hitter fighting was reported
    South ol Hwechon along the 38ih
    lal orttn .i-t oi Seoul t*ie
    eapKal Where South
    i he in action
    shifting U*ai'
    sftlghl -lightiy east of the main
    ' ii'i'tu. Ii. e eovorlng Seoul nao
    milts in the
    .:

    ...

    in., uea i l KM ..
    I
    srgj
    . i.
    Mi i.
    -I
    i-d
    I ....llel.
    More ( liinese Tr.Mip*
    '
    .i.i
    M
    moie Chn -
    had now entered Korea,
    ituniqug


    by the la fon ea
    ng ihe .iBUi pars
    nmg through i'
    . rthern
    . ie the
    ntlnuad Mfrei |V'"
    Uiiiiii
    II Ron \i
    ...


    'III !'
    ,.| ft
    General Mai Arthui
    statement "I am profound!
    .-i .,' iha death or Otntrmi Walker
    As Commander of ihe Eight!'
    United states Army be provo*
    i.mi.m If a brilliant mllltai | h ,
    v.hon. had just recommend*
    f,.r pro" iot "i lo Um i tnni ol fill
    fJentnl "
    (; uei.o w.dk' r too
    .., mat left the impression that bis (Japan In I9M Ht wai bori
    roncluKlons were based on nava'! Itetton, Texas, on December 3.
    Information. !!
    Shaking before the Common-| Me passed tluoiigh West ['on,
    and other American unlit.n I Ireii
    :. stablishnti-nli in. hiding tl
    ,. aral Staff School.
    In exaitl> SO m lii
    through all rank) I I
    Qeneral General waikei '' '
    In the van < i lu Uesdi o svptdi
    ton In 1914 and m ive.1 with thi
    I llUonar) tores v
    France In 19IS
    Id |0M be went to China foi
    three years.
    In the Second World War a
    Major General be first rornmandc
    he Fourth Armound Corps an
    iftel Uw 20th Corps He was It
    rJiioo, from 1K4-1 1(1 l"4fi an
    fOUghl in the Normandv Fren I
    He 1"
    the L'h Corn- in the Ii.....I
    of IMS.
    He was promoted to LtUl
    n April 1945 Fioni Ittli
    to IB4S he was Commanding Gen
    I |
    until he took " arthtl
    In Japan.
    When the Korean wai
    I Waller ii.....ip 4nl
    i -i

    last 24 bo
    '
    ivlng
    round the barbed win ,
    Ana ican cru 01
    . -

    ported that Cot
    orth ol
    .

    BouUi 10
    1

    lJUUUMmmmmaBUHi&xn mssjkhi .-
    The 'SB >1
    ' a
    .; VP
    TFM. TIIF AfiVnCATF
    Tssal NEWS
    Kbit Sin Day or Mehl.
    Tilt ADVOCATE
    I'AYS FOR NEWS.
    4'
    a^'fl.
    Iff
    El
    CHRISTMAS WITH BUTUNS
    Suuiiti t lUswill ws one of thf ba-lcst dsy the airport has tear had.
    Pl!rV "o *" " "l.- 0. -<' PMW - > a. A. Ml I. .h. Al, Snrr,, pl
    Vian Our Own Corrasponeaot.
    IX)NDON, Dec 23
    The unofficial meeting of But
    lin's (Bahamas) preferential
    shareholders yesterdov was a ver
    i-hiistmassy affair wllh hardl>
    cross word reports the Dalit
    express city editor Frederick Elli
    r. morning
    In the tiny room there wen
    iriahsts and other Inler-
    .'i shareholders
    At twelve o'clock starling tin-
    only two directors were present
    Buttto a n d Malcolm
    No Chairman
    nobody to lake the the house down by asknv
    did we call this meeting for" an
    SBfed 'hat Bntlin
    the scheme for saving the com-
    BO there
    Chair.
    Mr Butlm cnvlv refused the
    hoBoui tag; i an, ,,[.]-. ,,i
    ordinary director, and I am not
    taking any more responsibility."
    Nobody asked Mr. M.Ken/ie
    Butlin's solicitor Vtrnon Stoke-
    niggested the Chairman of the
    shareholders committee He in
    turn suggested a Director.
    Just then Direetor OeneiaJ
    Crltchley burst Into the room and
    apologised for being held up In a
    traffic Jam Nobody asked him to
    be chairmanhe Just sat In the
    chair, with Bntlin cracking "now
    ' ii trouble* sn
    But f'h. ry brought

    With thoughts mainly on Christ
    mas the meeting quickly approve
    the planthere being 19 share-
    to say "yes".
    When Vernon Stoke-
    a shareholder t.....
    I what Butlm I
    I
    big enough for ihe job Share-
    holders sat Spei- I
    General Critchlev b
    Line w)th Vi Hutlln
    undergone grea
    past I
    rn. oths
    K. W. V. I
    i- i \ iin il Buppoi i
    pajgl .mil Rlong w Ii
    3/t*. ff. JONES & CO. LTD.*
    H:irh.iH... ilhlriblllors.
    HULL & SO\
    Kmti lot Un 1
    I V. ml I.. \.....he BflWi'l ....' I
    .ml nil i;.....i \\i.hv. lo) im
    i: 11K HI'l'ixi-**-
    I'Hosiwurr.
    fgirsiiiiifinifBantiHMRHMHntiRk


    PAGE TWO
    SI NDA1 AUVOCATI.
    SUNDAY, DhCh.MBI.K M MM
    A Very Mem \i
    t.AIEVY
    a.v In Our Irii'inlv and I'alrons!
    (The Cirdut) ST. JAMES
    TODAY to Tl bSUAl s 10 p m Matlnr. TODAY
    J-nc I.LAI.K R;..-
    "THE lAIIICAir
    SpecUI .M.Iliic,
    II I -lA, .1
    in hot*) iK h I
    BORDER G-MAN and IIMBUf M 1MITO
    1H.IIM*I)*V 27TII .ind Till KMKl -'HTII H.:itl pin
    (Warner Doublet
    Dennis MORGAN I |
    Jack CARSON in
    MIL SIMWIIS and WAIklNG MM
    (Not SuiUblr fur rhlldrr
    GLOBE
    TOMTE R.M TO WEDNESDAY, Sim x.M
    I Tony Peter Yvonne Maria
    IMAKTIN LORRK l>E CARLO TOREN
    CASB AII
    with
    I Katherin. III MUM ami her DAMCMG QUEENS
    Extra Tn-nite. K..10 O'C'lork Hour ol
    The Katxenjammers
    si III 11X1. 19.71 muuri
    ANOTHKR SMASH HIT
    4.1 Olll ranraros
    I HUM i itID BEG. '29th
    (I fyJtffaiH&efy
    trom M-G-M,
    fruub fittttinq
    M"
    H
    he Got-
    i Savage
    ihrough
    i A W
    M-iid
    '
    4di"W '.ii s- i.
    u I
    Swedish Minister, Caracas
    Ij-s EXCELLENCY Count F

    in i
    ' -"'TiffI.
    i
    -.
    to* I
    Mm-
    fron.
    Men us
    staying at th
    J
    V*
    MIDNITE SHOW TONITE. 12 O'CLOCK
    Jlie Lady Objects
    AND
    Little Bit of Heaven
    r> SAVE Your | TICKETS al this Show and
    WIN A XMAS HAMPER ! !
    XMAS KAY. 9.311 A.M. and ONLY 9.311 A.M.
    CAROLS and CALYPSOES
    BY -
    The Katzenjammera
    Pil 12c: House lHe; Balcony 24r.
    XMAS NITE. 8.15 S.45 O'SLOCK
    CLUB MORGAN'S HIT PAHADERS
    Vocalist : OSCAR CROON
    With the- Film
    C A SB AII
    Be a Good Boy
    Mil. RRNEfer PROCTOR
    for Trinidad today to
    BtW 1 A to m.mI -he T.T.C.
    - race* and other func-
    tions that may i>. found i.eces-
    I liis slay in Tnmd.td h
    Will b, the guest 01 Mr C, T. W. F.
    I
    Public Pi'
    Sinfini and Santa Claus
    THE fi
    off with a bang at 11.<
    night when Normal.
    VC i i>ut on a floor ri I
    'k. i r which Barbados, has nevei
    sen. The highlight of the
    Iha i-nnging in of th
    Clam ,:. it ...
    Linus!
    '
    thai finale one ol
    i in
    Santa Cum proceeded


    nil; -ui-prlsed
    rs vet
    two numbers
    "SunatfhM "Play
    ample melody," srhii h raal]
    . i
    MW WH
    d b) mo (act that all the
    rtaraiera wTe drasaad apeeJaUy
    how and the dresses umi
    roatumoo were out ol this wee*
    t Mai-got Laffan. who was in .
    of the dancing numbers ,sh?u'd be most Popular,
    fobvlou I) KnW h.r job and her *f#l "".!.* mre .how" 1,k!:,,n
    ' 1950 youngsters put over a flrsi -d lpI ,her chanties benefit
    i-aiun probably th"
    ost outstanding dancing num-
    r being the* jitterbug, pcr-
    ied by June Knight
    Home For Christmas
    I
    'ith C*roni I

    to spend Christmas wit:.
    and familv. He will be returning .
    Trinidad shortly altar Cr.riitmas.
    arriving
    . ter.'-iy WM Mr.

    Nigel has cum* up to spei. I
    In barbtKl' i. Mis Wife

    . '
    day.
    Area Engineer, I.A.L.
    Mlt BOB
    PABENOrRS arriving by T.CA. ysstarday morning
    nlssd com-i.K down las -Up* are Mr John Drsyton fallowed by Mr
    Chopper' foppin. The lady in the picture wan an lntranstt p
    10 Tnuid; i.
    It's
    AFTER h
    Wonder
    I nunAtn by IM Yf1* JOHN DHAYTON- wn"
    .liiartrttp. trio and octet at the 1T*- has been living In Canada
    sUrtne la-it night it Is a wonder since May 1949 returned to Bar-
    vimebody does not attempt lo put bade* yesterday morning by
    on a musical show at the Empire T.C.A Hi
    bados for or
    he
    Ol
    |.; i who ii-i been in
    Grenada tor the past month or so,
    arrived * Trinidad w^terday by
    B.W.I.A. Here over UM
    mas season, his next stop is
    -- .....
    T.C.A. Navigator
    MR -BJXL- RAMSAY. TC.A
    navigator pa] -
    his third visit arrrved on Ihe
    T CA. flight > usrdas
    here for one week doing i
    change crew trvr'.
    Christmas With Their
    Daught2r
    MB \NU HBfl ABCHIE
    He LEAN arrived from Trini-
    dad yesterday to spend Christens
    v.ith then iliiugiiicr Mi. MeLoan
    ... Bhell in Barb.
    .((iv ih Ls now General Manager
    ,f 1). .'Irv Lid .in I i
    Ai ...t.. with Ihem on the same
    Shelta Nothnagcl
    daughter Made :
    '. iiii the B*
    Poatabellc
    Until End of Dscember
    MR. AND MRS VICTOi:
    WARP arrived fro>n Tun -
    i"hrlstm;i>.
    m Barbados. Mi Ward li M.n
    Mr of one of the Slnt'
    Bachlne C&* Branches In Pon-
    of-Spain. Both are Barbadlani
    and are here until th- end ol the
    year.
    With Crown Life
    RRIV1NG from Cunctn
    Uu mDrnUU] via Trinldini
    hope, to be In Bar- by B.W.I.A. were ill M
    yctir. After that time Cecil Clarke, who are litre until
    may not return u January 1.1th Mr. Clarke
    gn
    Uncertain
    BANK HOLIDAY. TUESDAY. 1.311 P.M.
    "THAT NITE WITH YOU"
    5.00 & 8.30 P.M. "CASBAII"

    Thuriday. December 28lh. 3.00 &
    8.31) p.m.
    HOUSE OF DRACULA
    I
    RED
    'ASINBE-IHDDI
    VERA-ELLEN-ARLENE OAHL
    \\w/THKE
    NJ PKDS
    %iOfe
    I
    I
    I

    i THt MUMMY'S GHOST
    ZZi 2 $ 2 Z Z $ Z 2 2 2 i. Z
    a
    I4MNI
    ' HUGHS'
    ..m l>ia< do
    KUNAN WYNN GALE HOBBINS GLORIA DE HAVEN
    lmd on M uvn hd wsk i' BERT KALMAR and HARRY RUBY
    , -. UOtiM WtlH 0Klr' :CHAI0 IHOBK
    .iAUCUMMltiG1!
    TIP-TOP HOLIDAY
    [GREETING
    H'K'O'RADIO Pictures and
    ZA THEATRE
    BRIDGETOWN
    Special:- \0 lAIISI. (in HKIMMAS HAY
    [TODAYft H30 P.M. MONDAY 8 30 P M (.
    Tt'EKIlAY 11. V .to
    s MiHirl fiuldwyn's .
    -nd (nntlnuini Dally
    'GDI VERY OWN'
    TWO Special Matlm
    9 3S A M
    i on THSDAY 2titas r. ,k Ih.llda. >
    (HKO-RADIOl
    MIGHTY JOE VOUMi
    with Terrj MOORF
    Hen JOHNSON
    Robert ARMSTKONC;
    SINCE we cannot shake MWb one of you by the hand Id
    fcivr pou our good wishes personally We wish 'o take this
    opportunity to express our hope that this ChrVrtma* and Com-
    Ins \."> Year he one of Joy ard (iladneas for each and osefg
    one of you Our PRIP.NDS antf PATRONS.
    WARNER BROS, and
    PLAZA
    THEATRE-OIST1N
    TOD*v '*> TIEHDAV I and S.30 P M
    N.B.Nn ... n Mud Day: Fvenin Mho A% t'.ual
    Warnrr'n Sperlal I hrklmas Ih.uWe ill
    FH -idon McHAE in
    10'lk iOil THE SILVER LINING
    Katies Skinner. Idhs Mills aga ive us a delightful i .
    a of r.illie Palter and |
    imour left everyone in '
    spirits
    Thosr* Decorations
    OBVIOUSLY iremendou-
    amount of work was pu".
    First Time
    MR AND MRS. RODDY
    HYNOE and their baby
    daughter Susan arrived from
    Trinidad yesterday morning to
    n'lid Christmas in Barbados
    loxldy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D
    V B) not were at Scawell to
    incidenully this was the BellevilL
    r*i time that they had seen their yesterda;
    Canada. John Is the son of Mr. Branch Secretarv of the CrO
    and Mrs. C. M. Drayton of Ufa Insurance Co. in Curac
    ftaga Pilgrim.' Christ Church " wife is the former ^
    Most Of the time he has been ""lY6*:
    working in a bank in Calgary
    At Toronto University
    Her brother Teddy, who
    lso lives in Curacao, antl
    terday for about four days.
    For Harrison College
    MR CHOPPER' TOPPIN son THL ntJlJma.-Ui ol rUrfla
    o( Mr:,r* "r"el: h Top- college was at bed yes-
    Wclge 5th Avenue u.,UilJ lllol|ling to meet Mr. and
    arrived from Canada mm, jotin Darnea and their sou
    ornmg by T.C.A. to Michael Chnstophei wno came
    et pin
    |"d-daughter. spend Christmas with his family, in on the "LC.A.'ilignt from Can-
    it. (!. i.. who captained the Trini- Down for two weeks. "Chopper" ada. Mr. Derrick nas arnved
    i Polo team to Barbados
    , N iber is with Uryden's In
    He Is Sales and Service
    ttatlve of Burroughs Add-
    Lng Ma.hme Co.
    the 'l-orating of th
    Ma'-lnp Hotel llallroom. All iht
    eredll must go to LuctUe lverser
    uhn supervised the decorations
    her ideas are certainly ongin.nl
    ! :irticularly the lamp post effect
    i each pillar.
    At last we seem to have
    .da whhjl anyway, arriving ut Seawell yesterday to Venezuela whose
    to solve the problem of arrong- qiaod Christmas at home. Thcv Uve ln Qarbad,
    Jug-Jug and Flying Fish
    IT was quite easy to recognis
    Ihem. the many Barbadians
    that everybody can had that satisfied look as they day from Venezuela
    tl ff.irwl till"! (if Kill .1........ 1 II tl... -.I-...J. -^J >.n.. '__ __ _
    at the University of Toronto. laKe up an appointment at Hui -
    where he is doing his second year "*" College a3 History and
    in Forestry. He will be In Bar- Ingush Master. An Lngusbman.
    bados for two weeks. He was last w '""' bvtf" IIVI in ^anaaa lui
    here in the Summer of 1949. lwo ><"
    Christmas Dances
    Returning on Boxing Day 'pHt added attraction at the
    JOHN LEE. Publicity X Empire club's C h r i st m a
    if do!' >il Co., In dance to-morrow night at their
    II* - peJzUM by the Kaizenjummi-i-
    M"u,
    -.-,! could l>"
    arninged on the ballroom floor ;is
    in a the
    Brothers
    MR. JIM WILSON'S
    "Bill- arrived by
    yesti hi., morning lo
    with hin. 'Hill
    . n Supt. with
    .r Brn i-i Montreal
    Extra Flight
    T.C.A.
    pen H
    SO' lt...Waia S:1 idea "' ^or" ShJ| Plane, and you byV.Vl. A o~prnd L"hristmai
    Wood- to have the nonr roui,i well iinagmc ihein thiiikini: wltn h,s familv. He Dflturni t
    linner at home. Jug- Venezuela on Deeemlier 2 .1.iX. Flytni giah. turkey, ham ami
    sill the trimmings. They seemea Here For Five Weeks
    10 be looking forward to that BUM ISS HONOR INCE who Hal
    ^onlTcan^sn2a?M>-" '*"* in Catsad. for
    _____jij arrived yesterday by T CA to
    t-ngageel spend live weeks' holiday In Bar-
    \VI MKIt C BLADES, i,aii0, Hollor ls tt)l lhl. HiiMoh
    who i- ni'vs Bsaoatated with Coonoll In Ottawa
    Hi. Broi .I Anthony Kenny ami
    Co, I-'u1.. in Port-of-Spaln. arrlv- *------------- S*..W-
    ed on Thursday from Trinidad by -~2S2^ ,*"*
    H W I A. tot the Christmas hoh- M MlblLA Met.IVKRIN ai- rntw year
    da.vn. 1T* rived by T CA. yesterday
    Last night, hit stia%aameot to morning to spend thret- waahji Thirty Years In Canada
    Mrs. Olive R Jones. Manageress-holiday in Barbados. Her moUier wr CLIFFORD ARCHER .-
    . n. wyn Quaat House. Hastings. is already here, staying at the JV1 Barbadian who i^ Witt tl
    was tDWima Marine Hotel. Sheila is from Sun Ufe |nsUrnnec C< of Canada
    For bhort Holiday Vancouver and is a student at ihc ,,, Montreal irrtv.>,< h* t r a
    jyCISS SYBIL A CLARKE '
    Ml
    rriiudad r'u* from TrinMaoV Cnner uanci
    on Cnnstmas nignl are dancing
    It L'luu Morgan. Die Olympiu
    Club's Annual Dam- at tm- Dull
    Ball and several others. The
    Spartan ciut> an- iioiamg their
    11 i Ifear'i ilgni dance ai thi
    Drill Hall.
    Returning Early In
    Nev. Year
    MISS JANICE BAIN I .
    terday mornll
    by u.w.i.A. io pand <
    with her lamlty, site will be re
    turning lo flarnaai stu i> m the
    exti,
    operate;
    s' addition to the i
    flight.- \', W 1 A
    .erday. they will be opera)
    thcr additional flight on
    day inofnlng Deeernber 16th
    flight is i ue i" leave Ssawel
    o o'clock.
    til will enable local racing f
    I to Trinidad in time '"i '
    ii the Trinidad Turi
    'ill's Chiistmav meeting.
    r University
    I'.' ban"i.i\ Coll* more Rock
    left for Trinidad on Friday nftcr-
    noon b) l' W t A for a short
    holiday
    of British Colombia.
    Cordial Qreetings
    &

    I
    INDIAN AGENT"
    wilh Tim Holt Richard Kaftan
    V
    To all Our rilMneimi
    and Friends
    We FMcnd
    HKST W ISHB8
    . . for . .
    A HAHl'V CHRISTMAS
    . . And . .
    \ FROSI'CROC'S
    . . And . .
    PI.ACKKCL MW YEAK
    Down For Christmas
    ARRIVING by T.C A. yester-
    day morning was Mr. Robert
    Grace, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill'
    Grace of the Garrison. Robert
    was down for the summer holi-
    days a few months ago and has
    now come down to spend Christ-
    mas with his family. H Is at
    Loyola College in Montreal.
    Touring W.I.
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    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    SUNDAY. MXPMIirn 21. HM
    ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN TESTS STRESS
    NEED FOR PACE BOW LERS
    Door Still Open To B.C.L. Player*
    BY O. s. COPHft
    1
    *TM,t- -Ol
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    d
    i.i-
    itcl> Alter.
    lave pravidi ... la
    i .
    [m>< with .1 VICW tO I I
    niU tin '
    team that Is due to tour Australia mW
    The chief reason, whatever might I* ihc others fur tlie .heap
    dlKn'^l of the Au.tr.Uan tea... on the Aral day of a scheduled sis-
    u,, JS matefe bagera ,|" '' ' |1"'"1" :!:<' ' ""' i'ac*
    towlifU Ol Alex Hedser and Ticvor Bailey
    rjvilgu-ir bowled 36 overs between then, .,n loi
    1 77 !UQS a* well. Bailey 1- 'nr 40 in 17 oven, and Bed,.
    37 In IS overs on a good wicket is I trii.ute 10 to* pot.i
    aCCUU \, SIS KaSta.. * vexy to auow
    medium fast. 1 an. told by V. I "*CtJS
    Clvdc Walcett, that he swings the ball both ways and make, grea
    use of the scam. This IntOftMtkM U burked up by Hie n i havt
    "^lorflidVeouS* cea ba MWMIad to Ba aU-i lund I n rtfU
    pace bowlers Undwall and Miller, fast medium MA-nn Bill Johnston
    ^t'cSSaanSBO with Australia
    TIE wt Indies have ulrcady bcalcn Enland and so II is will
    llu- Auslralian problem thai we have lo deal and It aeenis lo m.
    thai Ihe Wesl Indies, who alissKhr poises, two lop-ll.uhl .p.n bowl.r
    , Snnnv Ramadan, and All Valentine must lake this rest as a.
    object lesson and set about seareh;n for pare bowlinl talent.
    Tiu brill*, me al once lo a Outler which w cauaed In Was
    Indian aided circles tlua week when Jamaican BOrb
    in a.l.cL-. lhal HUM JoftssOS. and Goodndgc oi J.mal.u had qulle
    iosy clslms lor Inclusion in Ihc West Indie, learn for Australia i.exi
    HINKS JOHNSON IS TOO (H.I)
    LET us face facts once and for all. Hines Johnson la TOO OLD. No
    rood purpose would be served by trying to end hit days on the
    hard Australian wickets. Johnson will be 41 years old, to all in-
    tents and purposes, next year and I have yet to hear of a successful
    Roy Marshall Scores Fine Century
    Bright Cricket Played SCOREBOARD
    In Splendid Weather
    BKK.HT wi'i.ther prevailed yesterday and some _> : i irniancM *< "' msordmi.
    Roj Marshall, We| Indies batsman .scored a line ci.-
    turj .ii Hank H,.II t> mabte Wanderers to rai;.e 'j'24 ttu '
    Is in a day at the crease.
    lie mi undefeated with 133 to his Credit.
    uacc bow ler at 41.
    If there ever has been one. then he is the exception tlmi prove,
    1 With regard to Goodridge's chances 1 am prepared to keep an
    open mind as I would with any other cose except one like Johnson'*
    1 d in the view that it is a bit early to start selectim: teams.
    GOODR1DGE MUST IMPKOA I.
    I WAS not impressed with Goodridge when 1 saw him represent
    Jamaifii against Trinidad earlier this year. He was just over medium
    and did not move the ball. However, one thing in his favour was
    that he was steady and had direction. He has been couched and it is
    nutta MuooaJUti to batteva tnm tab dUtanct thai he rias impiove.
    It that is the case, and he proves that this is so In the foriht-oiiuiit,
    tournament with Jamaica, and British Gui*.na. then he will have
    turned cunsi derail on for selection.
    B.C.I. PLAYERS HAVK A CHAM I
    And now lor look al the local scene; 1 was particularly relieved .
    this week and I know the majority of my readers will fe.1 nappy at1
    the news that the Barbados cricket authorities have not closed their
    doors to possible candidates for the trials from the rank: Of ssl
    HfeBSttST***. one of the cricket ..mcal, this week
    I learnt that the list ol 28 was nol llileialcd lo include liaibado* l I ickct
    League players al all. The Barbados Selectors intend to watch the
    League Trials and then make their invitations.
    Wllh regard to the omission of Reynold Hutehlnson s name from
    Hie list of Barbados Cricket Association players invited to (,i... ti..-.
    m, was nol inlentional and 1 expect lluiinterns that he will be invited
    WHAT ABOUT MII.I.INS?
    I HAVE got so much support lor my efforts to get Mullins Into
    the Trials that 1 throw out a hint to the Selectors gJIM they
    relent their adamantine atuiude towards the exclusion of Mullins that
    thev intonl do Barbados and the West Indies a great service but they
    u'ould defimlclu build up a considerable measure of public conlldence
    ll/HKriil-lK it is duo to the presence of EnsflM Wakclam. the
    W popular pro from Canada, or the impendimt trials for the team
    to no to Trinidad, the Rockley Golf and Country t.luh e - i m more
    week-day activity these sunnv alternoons than in many a watery,
    wu.d-swVpl week. The ability of Ernie Wakclam as a stroke reducer
    be lib morv tuid more rceognired and demanth. un lr V tM IUB||
    time are ^nnvlng In proporUon. With the team lest-- OOlj two IVss1b1
    l( HOW -wo Uo/en aspiring candidate* for the .me flow n places are
    pultuiti in loiuj hours of pri-ctlce and play.
    Already the wonders that Wakclam MB %-'ik an bacomlna ap-
    pare..' Ted Benjamin. wh-*e best rcturncii scor.' wi p, turaasl
    in an easy 81 after only a couple of lessons Jim <
    hour with the master and not only ironed out his chronic
    nlctcly, but had a doubl-.-caalc 2 on the |.m nftii LWM Roniria
    Innlss, WUI Atkinson, Colic Boyley and several others l!
    .shown the tr-ults of the g-'lf doclor's diagnosis quickly.
    RAPID RKSULTS
    WAKKLAM'S prcaencc also is bringing rapid tesulLs In
    dilion of Ute course. He ha.- impressed mya
    president to the greenskteper with the MC* ""
    rolling watering and general upkw-p and >' l| I
    dune n aiM. h..- taken ihc nttt ;''"'" ' ItJxwtorj and i
    demonstrating how a green should be and can t- kepj I
    it's up to the local juIhoritR^ to treat the ottaw tighl p^oni the.
    Although Uie condition of the ourso at th. monienl
    rant discarding winter rules entirely, .nu-.wntei rules will go Into
    effect to-dav. allowing a player to flroti a boll once whtcn IK
    fairway of the hole being played. Ti.i-. dackrion teas been taken by
    the committee in order to speed up tho play MM
    : iielay is caused by ployem bettering the lie of their ball With
    Their clubheads on every shot, and at the same lime ni.e pteyei
    recourse where they get an unfair lie. It also has been 111.1 nuted in
    order to get the Rockley players who no to Trinidad oul Of Ihe babll
    of bettering their lies as they might do so In......
    Andrew*, where the OOUTM is In BunuDar-nilai tomtltior,
    TFAM LftAVU FOB TRINIDAD J.AMAKV 3
    Hotel rc-orvations already ruivc Man inatle IOC t*W '
    plane transportation arranged for The chosen few Will dtpgfl al B
    !i.m., on Monday, January 211. wishing; to Wl
    Dr the Carnival will return on Sunday. r',ni
    Although It is not known dclimlely what PMOftai Will
    for a place on the team and many ;iii unsotpi ' I ] '
    his way to a place, the most likely Candidatl with the I*"
    1 this" time seem to bf Eric Atkinson. Will .\tkln- n, Colin Bay ley,
    Ted Benjamin, Miekev Chlllenor, Shirley Atweil, Inn ChrisW BtUI-
    ley Dalgliesh, Jack Egan. Percy Gooding. Kannoth Hunt*, Jon
    Grace. David Innlss. David Lucle-SmiUi. lYai 1 Hi 1 >"
    molt, Ian Niblock. Jim O'Neal. John Hodger. Bernard Holt., Btan
    Toppm. Itaymond Norris. Dick Vidmer and Bryan Wybrew__________
    I MI'IL'i ,. W.WIIKKKKS
    Wanderers (lor 6 wkts.) 224
    \ rmi eanturj by Hoy War-
    ),..ll anablad Waniierers to score
    _'2 t..i the l.*s .if 8 vM.k.t.s M
    '" for the
    ntin .tfternoon In their firs'
    Uviiion iiuket [.Mine with Em-
    pire at Hank Hall yesterday after-
    oon
    Marsh.tll who was one of the
    ipanlng bal d his bat
    or ISS Men included 4 fours and
    llus ininiiKs. although
    I iwo nmtakes, one at
    . ..-. H, .,,. .1 Ml.
    :ood one punctuated with gofi
    trokes ..II around the wlcsD4
    JulHiuons were
    the Atkinson brothers,
    1 Eric, wtio got 25 and
    23 respectively and Norman Mar-
    shall uho, rcglst Bowling for Empire. Errol
    Milllngton was the must suceessful
    tttni S for 72 In 29 over*,
    four of which were maidens
    PUy
    j aren won the toss am'
    n a good wicket with
    H K Mai shall and G. Wilket, tu
    Ihf bovrllni of E. Milllngton from
    the top end and E. A V. Williams
    . Ixrttom end.
    With 6 runs on the tins, Empire
    < ir first bowling change
    by tiruiifing on Grant vice Milllng-
    ton whose three overs had cost
    111ns. Grant sent down a
    maiden to Wllkes while Willi.m ,
    I the other end who had sent
    down three maidens In succession.
    howled another to Marshall
    Without any addlUon to the
    Wlkes gave an easy catch
    to Robinson at gully off Grant and
    Erie Atkinson filled the breach.
    This pair by careful and patient
    batting then carried the BBQlt to
    \30 with MurshaU 14 ami Atkinson
    .13.
    Play was now In progress for
    one hour and Milllngton wa<
    brought hack on at the top end
    in place of Grant. Marshall greeted
    him with a cover dr.ve to th <
    boundary and later Atkinson
    square cut fur a single
    Williams who had sent down
    ten overs for 15 runs was relieved
    by slow left arm bowler King and
    his over yielded 6 runs including
    a crisp cover drive to the tamd-
    ary by Atkinson.
    The rate uf scoring had now
    increased but with the total at
    46. Kobinson In a good onc-haml
    effort failed to take one OTCttMad
    from Marshall, who was then 18
    ..If King
    MillingUm however sent back
    AUdnaon by the l.bw route ant
    the score board read -I7--223
    Vilnius contribution included
    4 thill's and 3 twos
    Skinner joined Marshall an<:
    I (nilI'kly off the mark with ,1
    ingle. 50 went up in 80 minutes
    ind with seven more added to the
    UMal nvptn got their Hunt wicko*.
    hen Millinglm. had Skinner Lb*,
    for 4.
    noveiIn totaled Marshall and
    then had a go at tho
    bowline, roUecUnj runs all around
    e4 He ofl drove one from
    King to make the total 70 nnd his
    Individual seora 40. Proverb* who
    had nol vet opened hi:
    BOOn hUStled a short one from Kim:
    to the sf|UJire leg bounthn |
    Milllngton HmUnued from the
    lop end and his over yielded I
    Including a hook to the line leu
    boundai i bj Mai dial]
    II ' wai T...W hi aad
    replaced King at the
    bottom and and soon had Proverb,
    taken bo ItUlington .-. svido nud-
    nan Marshall tilled the
    1 ihe luncheon inter\-al
    was taken shortly afterwards with
    ihe total Bt 85 for 4 Rov Marshall
    was 48 anil Norman 0.
    Alter Lunch
    - umption Hoy ItgfllHll
    Ofl drove one from aUlUnjrtOfl to
    an io |tt Mi h.tir .hi-
    i.eing at the w bat
    for 13tl minutes. In the n
    Norman had collected 4, nil singles
    A single to mid-off by Hoy Mar-
    .hail 135 minutes. Williams took over
    from Weekes and his ovei rtaldad
    live.
    Norman Marshall anstsail
    double liguie*. with an on drive
    to Ihe boundary off Williams and
    latw Hoy cover-drove for a coupl.
    The poit-lunch period had now
    yielded 31 in 28 minutes. Pace
    bowler Barker was given his first
    spell for tho day from the top
    and and his over yielded a single
    In pita < this pair liegan lo attack the bowl.
    Ing and kept up the rate of
    scoring, the llrst 50 after lunch
    go.nif up In 38 minutes. The total
    wan now 135 with Roy 72 and
    Norman IB.
    toy Marshall later pulled on.
    from slow bowler King to squan
    leg out of the grounds nnd then
    took an easy single to make hit
    score 80.
    With the total at 147. Norman
    Marshall got his foot in ErantV
    one Trom Milllngton and was givi*!
    out l.b.w. He had scored a ver>
    useful 22 which included 2 threes
    and 1 two
    Denis Atkinson the incomlm.
    batsman was quickly off the mark
    with a single off Alley no ana later
    Roy Marshall lifted one trom
    Millington out of the grounds Io
    make his score 90 but was fortu-
    nate a little later when dcket-
    k"l r Joiie- failed If .dump In
    off this same bowler
    Marshall pulled one from
    Alley lie to Hhe square leg bound-
    ary and Atkinson took a slngl"
    with a hard off-drive The total
    was now 167 with Marshall 98
    He on-drove the last he received
    from Alley ne for a sin uie and
    then nIT-dnve the first from
    Millington to get his century after
    being at the wicket for 18>
    minutes.
    Quirk Scoring
    Atkinson entered double figure-
    with a pull to the line leg bound-
    ary off Milllngton nnd then i.ff-
    timve Weekes for a single
    With lxrth batsmen attacking the
    bowling the --core mounted quickly
    and 200 was soon on the tins. On
    one occasion Roy Marshall lifted
    one from Millington to the long-on
    boundary while Atkinson also
    helped himself to a number of
    Iwiundaries at this bowler's ex-
    Empire got nnother wicket who;'
    Atkinson was l.b.w tu King tot
    25 including 2 threes nnd 3 twos
    Marshall who was 122 was joined
    by Plena and the lutter opened
    with .1 neat leg glance off King
    for a brace At the drawing of
    stumps these two were still
    together with Mnrshall 132 and
    Pierce 2 both not out.
    COMBKKMKKK vs.
    COLLEGE
    Combcrrncrc (lor j
    wkls.) .................... Hi,'!
    Cumber mere, in their 7;rst
    Division game against College at
    the College grounds yesterday
    afternoon, occupied the wicket
    for UM whole day. At the end of
    play they had lost five wickets
    and were 163 run.'.
    G, Grant top scored for Com-
    beniiere with a brilliant 74. A
    fifth wicket partnership between
    himself and Licorish added 110
    runs. Licorish made 57.
    Simmons was the most suceess-
    ful bowler for College. He took
    two for 20. T. Williams ami Mr ^
    Headley took one each.
    Combermere won the toss ami
    elected to bat on a perfect wicket
    L Licorish and V. Collins opened
    the innings The College attack
    was opened by J. Williams ann
    t' Simmons.
    When the total was 17 Collins
    l>layed forward to one of Sim-
    mons' fast deliveries, missed and
    was given out leg before
    ") Wilkinson filled the breach
    but when only 12 runs were added
    he was unfortunately run out Hn
    score was four.
    Mr Smith partnered Licorish,
    who by this time appeared to be
    unite settled
    At 40 Mr. Smith was clean
    howled b> Headley for six.
    P f.iant shared the ilfth wicket
    IKiitncrship with Licoiish. Thev
    carried the total to 79 when lunch
    was taken Licorish was 3^ and
    Grant 23.
    After the interval they 000-
    t m ued to trounce the Cotlego
    bovrlari Grant, who was scoring
    faster, soon after passed his half
    century.
    The total went past the century
    1 Mi-iat .. SAMHHII- it. ...
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    : >UMt Unhcr s Kan ..f -m. i ia. ais. ass. ?l
    S J. 74, 7 7t. sso. ssa, ISSJ
    1 t)OW I.I NO ANALYSIS O. M H
    1 w.koti S3!
    O 1" 14 IS
    1 1 bmsi BM IS 4 II K fb.wen 11 0 41
    . 'or SB << for S, 1 for ft, 3 toi ll. t< III '** >* laMslsiS* 1 F Hai'u no) oul C Alton* not oul vii. : b. 4
    BOWi !!f n ANAI VSI
    A V Will.,,,. s 11 B Tutsi Hot 4 wkl t
    W (a.r.l s 4 i LODGE * riCKWICK
    & S3. 1 t l-4.r 1st In.lin r. W. ChOHman 1 b h T. Hood
    (l Hu'.htijon c Kldnc* b JuiHaii
    rit-m. ,: 1* b T llOWl
    Barker 1 U Mnillr luO OUt 1 llfJkVO* b Jordan
    llaimiStll ... .11 1.1- a r iinsxi
    1) S Mat IC-in.r b T Ho^
    M .!,- Wood bllC Hoad
    t K L Brook*, i-d oul
    4 C Drana b E I- a Hoad
    Mniu. 1. 11. ttasaj T4 4 It I St. 4
    SB i" stair How I INK ANALYSIS O H. B
    ToUl for nai Ml B. D Clarkr 4 1 1 i| II K i 4 1 S T. 1 Ii Hoad 1 I IS
    for 17. : M H J...dan 11 1 JO
    M 4 for ISS. 1 (or ISS. 1 ss
    HoWlJN<;
    M ii -T
    so B A. Edward* 1 h w b Wllkte
    SmiUi .,. BBS Ctarke HUilli-i. is i
    -ii > Q. L Wood c Stoula b C C QlaMtow
    ii a i 1 II n Kldna* b HutchirMm
    4 ,. ITABTAN 1 1 T llnad not out BBSBSSl
    Hop* rouci 1 Total "for 4 wktS.1
    r.n.. Ill.cKin.ei b 1 ,-.>l.,r hil -' ,i- mi. hi ,\ rrmt b 1 1 laBlBia sastti MM) rail or Ubj i m. i-4l ato noWLINO ANALYSIS
    issHa u K 1. Brookaa 11 1 30 C E- Gill 10W
    illUps IT N O. Wllkk. 11 1 4 1 Giaaiow 4 0 Bl
    Cheltenham b n..w*i. ._. c a.icon b smith 1 J 4 1 c n*an sou G Hutthlmon s o 10 Hunte0 01 p.m.
    SO MANY FAVOURITES
    The Christmas Races Will Have
    A Caribbean Flavour
    By BOOKIE
    TWO dav* i
    It
    1.1 an |,
    and reached the 150 mark. Five
    runs later Grant tried to cover
    drive one of Simmons' deliveries.
    Ihe ball Lifted and Blackman at
    imdun took ii hriUin
    Grant's total <>t 7* included Id
    two's but onl) two fours. 11.
    Quartan was m xt to bat.
    Before un> more runs were
    added LoCorj I rollowed ins part-
    l.oi. Me aS eat leg bgf
    the bowling of dipper J. Williams
    for 57. O. It.-ckles paitneie.1
    (Juarless. A lew minutes later
    blimps were drawn with the Com-
    bermere total l<>3 for the loss of
    live wickets yu,.rless and Beckles
    were each four not out.
    POLICE w SIWKT N
    fclice ...........M
    'j.jrtjn tfor a wkta.)......... 21
    SPARTAN routed Poll
    tuns when they met at QueasVl
    D Ihillips and
    t: SinlUi and leg-spinner 11. K.
    Boweu weie dl inielv on top and
    gave the Pdllea batsmen much.
    trouble in getting the 93 runs.
    Phillip** Hguri
    BrM innings were
    14.8.15.3, Smiths. 12.421.4. and
    IBowea'i .2.0.47.3.
    Police were all out by 4.35 pjn.
    and al close of play. Spartan were
    21 without loss.
    Byi a ho tnppcd scored for
    Police wl'h 3" not out did much
    to invent ,m irlier collapse ol
    thg P LltN U an Byer was sent
    in at number 4 ;.nd brought baik

    The only other scorers of double
    figures were Cant Karmer, 17. and
    H Wiltshire, 12
    Tin- tianu-
    Play began .(bout 20 minut<
    use dl the Lite arriVdl-
    nt niemlMi'. Of Ihe tea-:
    1
    POUOS t ,.n<| took
    first turn on the Wicket They
    lost two early wickets In then
    opening pair C Blackman who
    got io gnd v Tejlor, 8
    Illnekman's wicket tell t. pecei
    0. Smith who ^ot him to drive
    a|] i tu i
    pa et F Phillip,
    forced Taylor bock on hi* stump*
    and he was given out hit wicket
    The first wn -t fell nt v< and
    Itei r second fell. H
    |V took th
    rest of the pa stack and saw
    H K Dowen replace Phillip-;
    from the South.tu end.
    Smith struck the third blow loi
    Spartan by "lurking" WUuUUT*
    for 12 The scoreboard read 33
    er joined Byer.
    Farmer quickiy got going autl
    ihe 50 was up ln about 80 minutes
    Phillips was given a second
    spell, hut Ink time from the
    M Tl second over of
    . ;
    for r; larmar I'-^sed at a short-
    i;h b..i| but dni not get a touch
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    The 50 was up hi about 80 mmutes
    With the score at 57 for 4, A
    Uleninan went to the wicket. He
    saw an over bowled to Byer by
    Bowen but was sent back tu the
    pavilion the hrst ball of the next
    over for "duck". Piiiliipa got hiin
    leg before.
    G. Cheltenham replaced Blen-
    nuui. At the end of the over, the
    luncheon interval was taken. The
    seore was 63 for 5, with Byer 21
    nut out. Phillips' figures were then
    106133.
    Bowen took the flrst wicket
    alter lunch. He clean bowled
    Cheltenham with a leg urea*
    pttohad on the leg stump, whlcii
    Cbertenhain tried to cross at.
    Cheltenham only nuide 2 ana
    core was 74 for 6. Nest man ir
    was leit-hander E. Brewstar.
    His stay at the wicket was short
    He pulled Bowen for 4 to open his
    account. The following over. Smith
    got him to turn an oulswinger into
    the safe hands of Clyde Walcolt
    at short fine leg.
    A sudden collapse followed and
    llowen was causing the damage.
    He bowled Morris for nought and
    In the same over he bowled C.
    Mullins for 1. The score was .9
    for 7 and went on lo 62 for 9.
    Last man in, C. Bradahaw,
    fount! Byer 26 not ouL Bradshau
    was i-oon arter dean bowled by
    Smith for 2. Byer had taken hn
    score to 33 and was undefeated
    when Police were all out for 93.
    Spartan went to the wicket at
    about 4.15 p.m. and by time
    call, they had only got 21.
    I.01M.K VS. PICKWICK
    I.OIM.t .................. "
    I'KKVYK'K (for 4 wkta. ) 16Z
    A flashy 55 nol out by T. S.
    Birkett and a hurricane 45 oy
    H, D. Kidney highlighted the
    1-odge-Plckwick FiTSl Division
    cricket match yesterday ut Lodge
    School when Pickwick bowled
    out Lodge for ". about 10 minutes
    before lunch and scored I5t> (or
    the .<>.> ol lour wickets.
    Birkett and Kidney wen:
    assoclaated in a fourth wicket
    alp which yielded 73 runs.
    Both of these batsmen punished
    the Lodge bowling, Birkett goimt
    ..Her )ils runs in a free, run-
    oatting way. but Kidney gave no
    quarter to any uf the bowlers.
    He was bowled by G. liuti.hiii-.jii
    however, after he had hit that
    bowler for two sixes and a four in
    the same over.
    The other Pickwick batsman
    who had a go at the wicket was
    A E Trotter with 25. E. A.
    eeM .ibuut his battin;;
    patiently and though he was out
    after Trotter with whom he upeneu
    Uie batting, he only scored 9 runs.
    When Lodge went to the wicket,
    thej t into trouble early, but
    P \V Cn-aaauiail and G. Hutch-
    inson who met in a second wicket
    on pace IS
    ihe Trinidad Christmas meet-
    ing begni> may seem an opportune moment to
    pick favourtu.-. and if by such a time one has not
    been able lo do so then it is obvious that the run-
    ners must be evenly matched indeed. Such is tho
    rase with the T.I c. Xmas fixture due to start on
    Tuesday next There la no occasion in the past that
    *hen the LMdi -ie so full ol potential winners or
    .ode up of so many unknown quantities.
    STARTING with the Brat I I-ondon Bloodstock Cup lor
    C class Maidens, Users is such .. gathering of new names that one
    _ loath to pick and eh... groping in the dark 1 will
    there!..re leave thi:
    Next we have the B roohj ofttfen tvill be over six
    furlon,,.. > thcie ut m tne race wluch are
    also down t. i the Gevi rnors Cup it is cUfhCuit to discuss Uie possible
    results. However. I ''" Market, BaLuidra,
    Phacl/t .mil .V.n Uiu ahi have .. hand in tne game while It u
    4.1.., al White Company and Vindima
    will choose this race to read them la instead ol the Governors Cup.
    The i.itter 1 think is unlikely but n White Company docs go in this
    race I have BO iMSttation in picking him as my favourite. The hxst
    .................. ......i* in.*.. noi ->: true, and therefore
    1 consider that the opposition la ma ...j not. INevertheless that does
    not help us to pick the winner.
    NEXT we come to the classic Dcibj. A a 1 have already pointed out
    this race lakes ou a completely new character in that for the first
    lime we will have a Ihr year Old ol note from Jamaica taking part.
    in addition to this there are the two best three-year-olds bred in
    Barbados in the race as well as two others from St. Vincent who
    should be quite capable of holding their own. Trinidad too is not
    without representation in Ihc matter of breeding and with two like
    Wevecrest and Lazy Bones in the race they will have a strong hand.
    But there again this only complicates matters as far as placing
    one's Anger on the likely winner is concerned and apart from the
    fact that the Jamaican champion baa turned in some impressive gallupi
    there is very little on which to make a definite decision. Therefois,
    suppose we pick Foot Mark as the detinue favourite for the race there
    will sUU be a toss up between Watercress, Wnvccrest and Bow Bells
    as the one must likely to defeat him.
    During the last week there has been a lot of revealing work done
    by the various Derby candidates but none more so than the report
    wnich says thai it is likely that Wavccresl will be in the same form
    we saw him in al Cnion I'arn last taster. Here, I am going strictly
    b] haai aaj. but if it turns out to i>i true, thin 1 think he Is going
    to give botn Foot Mark and Watercress all the trouble they want over
    a mile and IJli yards. With Bow Bells one wn only pursue a policy
    of wait aad lui in!.,;.-. i!i ,i: ncvci even seen her gallop more than
    this distance at anything I am then imc as much in the
    dark as anybody fata
    After the last June meeting when 1 saw Bow Bells win a live
    ; furlong race in thick mud with I3G lbs. aboard, 1 came to the con-
    clusion thai aba possessed posnibililies fur a mile or thereabouts. But
    I that was on the assumj. i I i would have had further experi-
    ence before the Derby Tbll is just what she has not had and there-
    fore she goes to the post as much an unknown quantity to me as
    Sun Glee. Princess Kassiya or any of the rest of fast horses in the race.
    Atit.ll that there will ba tfaa iwo-ycm-o.d breeders Stakes. I
    would be very tempted to make Best Wishes a favourite but for the
    presence ol two gouu two-.eai -olds from Jamaica in the shape of
    ine jaatai u ana Paris, dan aisu we unu that the iwo-yuaxoid
    classic thi.t year is unique due to tne tact that lucre is such a sarong
    entry front Jamaica aad mis Uluatratea admlrabli the leading part
    wluch laciug in Triiuuad now pioy* m tho Britiah West Indies, tiers
    fur trie first lime we will be able lo judge the oil repealed boast of the
    Jamaicans, and those who have set n lacing there, that the iwo-ycar-
    uld lacing in Uiai island is uivauauly 2d Lbs. belter than what ws
    see here. 1. for one, h.r,, i.evei k> III red it, but n has been impressed
    upon me so olten by so mam dUterenl people that 1 am most anxious
    io see if it Is really true. The Breeders Stakes should go a long way
    to putting u.s right on this question.
    AFTER the Breeders' Slakes there will be usual C class mile. Al
    first glance 1 thought that there were some llrst class middle
    distance runneri in this race but of closer exammaUon il looks as if
    this .vill be the only race for the daj for which there is a definite
    favourite. He sticks out a mile and it is none oUier than the Creole
    gelding Oatcake. His chief opponent, if it is muddy, should be Lead-
    ing Article but even on this horse's favourite Uack 1 do not think he
    is too much foi Oatcake to handle. Otner than Leading Article it is
    possible that the newcomer Loughtown, and Uie old timers Bright
    Boy and Tiberian Lady, will have .i say In (lie matter.
    ITOLLOW1NG the Fernadcs Trophy will come the Governor's Cup.
    T This race is more open thai, t ever has been for a long while
    and an indication of this is euii in the reports from Trinidad which
    have already changed die [avourlta at least four times. It started
    otr wiUi Ocean Pearl, thlfted to White Company. Went on to Bluo
    Streak, rested on Elizabethan, touched on Jolly Friar for a brief In-
    terval and has finally ended up on the Venezuelan horse Delhi.
    not pretend to have any inkling as to the likely winner
    but 1 certauily caiuioi exclude Atomic 11. Here I think 1 will leave
    the situation aa it itanda and atlll 1 i utsldWr "ith a chance,
    uie game llliy Rebate.
    The D elai Manval Btaki ba i large antr> hut not much
    lalanL l ioould imagine uiat if Sun Qleo is not sent in the
    Darrn and uiadartakea thla Initeed bo chaneaa will w u good as
    any i.i the race. Yet there is Uie Atom, who IS said to be working
    exticmcly well, win It then A .luam II and All Buba
    wno ranfaot be Lgnflted. There is also Waverly, who from all accounts
    improved by nearly two stone since aha went to nice in B.G. De-
    pendeui 00 the work he has received 1 would also keep an eye on
    Brown Boy for if everything is exactly to his liking it will take
    soni. thing more than a D class creele to beat bin,
    | T ASTLY wc wul see the Apex I'late. another race with a Urge
    entry but not many stars. About the most prominent I see is
    Bcwinai- t all m such a low class only because
    she bats not run v But .crt..inlv if she
    repeats the iorm she displayed here In March I see nothing on paper
    to match stridea with bar at any par* of the race. Leap On and
    Mor. ..r.m are both useful horses but hardly in Bowmanston's class
    when she i, nt
    ""I 'AKfcaN' all together WO l4t0Uld therefore see a very mixed bag of
    tttl on the llrst day while it is certain that, whatever else
    niuy happen, tne racing will he the most evenly contested we have
    seen oo the fa^ Queen's Park Savannah for main a vcir What with
    enrries Irum Venezuela. British Guiana. Jamaica, Trinidad. Barba-
    dos. Grenada. St. Vincent and the French West Indies it has a Carib-
    bean flavour that hns seldom been seen ln tho long history of racing
    m Trinidad.
    I

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    As we approach Ihe close ol
    atnotber year we look back
    v.-uh i latitude to the support
    and cooperation of tbOM Wi
    have had the plcasuir ol
    servinn throughout the yeai
    and take this opimrtumiy ol
    exp.-essinB our slnCdTf
    "thanks" and extend:
    Best Wishes for
    A HAPPY CIIKISI \| \s
    AND
    PBOSPEROU8 NKW s I \K
    | IMIWWNG ESTATES AND TRADING 1
    *
    Heat is hard on a dog
    STRONG
    as a
    LION
    \VrMKN "^ fcun '* <*thllig-hot.
    W your .log will rcfuK hi. food.
    He'll lie in uny tudc he RHWf -ei on any uone Iloor be
    I an tindfuming, wnh hi> louguc
    hinging out. Mc'U keep coo-
    niiiiiilly tr.u>.h.iig lunuclf.
    IV twacaholBBpla, iii.bioo-i
    iOOSeitwaeai, And this make* him
    iivile.. ,x'ils hii appcnic ; starts
    vKin-irriutKin, uui ihat per-
    r^ualicrjiihingiK.piinfulforhUn,
    o annoying to waich, >iLingcrou>
    became u can cswly lead to die
    more craiu ikin-diiurklcrs.
    The remedy ? Well, remember,
    overheated baud Isn't just the re-
    ulu>fhot weather. It'n caused by hot
    wcsihcr srlccting the hlood-
    .tream of dog Imng on
    doroeadcaasd fooda dog
    liMng an unnatural, artifl-
    iial hie cooiparcd unli that
    ol his wild
    Thedomc.m diet of ihe svrruge
    dog it lacking u vitamins and
    mineral mb stance* which hi^
    ancestor* got from die naiuul
    foodi ihey chotc by imnnct. One
    Bob Mirtm'i lUmditinn Tablet
    day tuppliea these vitamins and
    minciah in precisely hslancctl
    proportion.. These ublcts help
    io provide a rich pure blood
    stream and aniat in the
    complete Jigcmon of the food
    And they tupply the food-
    eleroentt hia daily diet so fr<-
    quently lacks. In two' ways,
    therefore, they help to keep
    him free from hot-weather dis-
    order*to keep him a bealthv.
    hnrr\ ^'mpaolOB,
    II you want lunher bdbl
    nuinn about the care of dog.
    write to Bob Martin Export
    I imitcJ vAdvitory Dcnan-
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    for youthful
    vigour!
    I-ack of vitality in a ted .
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    I ...Is
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    reserve- an- low. Thru .
    vanished Thn
    o ton.. If t l -
    your caaesun liking i-rs*^v k
    I'ltOSI-UK. Ml
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    l
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    enamel. o> colours if required, and aparklci with heavy cjVomium
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    Of $33,600 in addition to -11 vx-
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    lit manager Tom
    Whiitaker of the Arsenal.
    ttaaham or AmoaJ nudu
    thro* gam"s
    ai and three in
    Dnigay.
    LONDON
    According u>
    American
    sculling champion J. B. Kelly, will
    10 chal-
    [arvyn Wood of Australia
    (oi tha hainpion-
    hta
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    tha |ul' i
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    will probi i " u<"
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    I.N.8.
    LIVERPOOL
    A .,.. i million" sporting
    Injury hi ,(1 Arthur
    ft tear of South
    I F.C.. Into hospital.
    During play against
    minor team he received a blow
    in the throai which left tain dig-
    He was i
    an emeu '
    tor a fracture or his
    Adam's apple.
    He ll BOW i covering.
    I.N s
    ON THURSDAY EVEKIMO the local member* of tht i KM We t indies tfm t England were each pre
    nted with sis Eenowti Shirt*.
    Mr John Ooddard. shipper of the team, is seen here receiving his hirt* from Mr H Percy Gtaeeee-
    111*11. local Agent for these shirt-
    MENTAL SPORT
    H. IIIOMAH HARDY
    PARIS,
    Most people consider Aorta
    terms of physical exercise.
    tha prtai ung, football
    - iroojly a floating crap
    K..lne
    lUn one
    Britain Shine*
    At Stool Halt
    LQMDOU
    .
    EbaJL
    This ancient game is undergo-
    ing revival husband*
    .hey an
    "stoolball win yt
    It Is played like ll
    game of cricket but
    wielded in one band, .>na look.*
    i
    look like shouldei-high notice

    A white piB-skm M.vered ba'l
    about the
    uaad,
    M uy
    l.mail whu died
    recently had a revolutionary con-
    cept, 'lo him. exeroae vsaa mental
    and nothing more Men-
    Ij >'.....mc4 ...
    developed and
    .ugued. m the same way
    I .' fibres.
    Inaudi, weald-farnoui
    ilcuiator. was born In

    v. tie too poor to Band nun |0
    school, ami be was forced to -up-
    , h i bjrneeU from the urn
    II old ......te moved to
    . in| I .
    Iflei trom
    Job to another -bjootbli I
    Ai >-< i and then
    ii tie Marseille .
    cafe
    . .ii v ii.' ntal pow-
    ' light for the Brat ttane
    tfels)| behind the bar
    be could add and subtract change
    for customers so quickly that he
    became a one-boy floorshow.
    i ! cafe said last week after his death
    more irasareatlno to listen
    Inn 10 drink even u.
    I ,.
    A travelling salesman saw him
    in action, and wa so Imnraaead
    ajnra up bli Job for Uie
    ak<- t.f lno.nii .istmg In,nidi '-
    unit- lo France, and eventually
    larf*. At the afe
    'I 13. Inaudi was a major Mde-
    i action, drawing thous-
    'noughout Europe
    and the United s
    In H seconds, for example, he
    could announc* the nfth root of a
    12-ngure number such as 351.
    2U.031.61C And he actually
    required less than one u
    find the seventh root of a 21-hjt-
    ura Dumber, all in hi* head
    He rould "land before a huge
    calmly rattle ">tT
    the answers to such CjU* I
    "Wliat are three consecutive
    numbers which have 1.503.854 as
    the total of their square powers*"
    At th" age of 24. he was intro-
    duced to the French Academy
    Of Science*, and before th.
    learned man in France. wi_. ..
    Mnted with the problem. "Com- WU1
    pose the number 131.700 through
    uf the ssi. |
    For example,
    dlately announ, ?
    ID, IWQ Ml n
    .
    taking
    "Lamp v-
    a formuhi for
    feat
    1
    enough, Inaudi i
    was not
    him it a.
    he even considered himself

    /'inns (Jet Rvady
    For Oiympics 1952
    B> JUK raoMAsi
    IS" trOBTS HBirSR
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    darad work to b>
    the build ii
    dium for the IM]
    '
    any extensive building M i
    '
    fium Flnla "
    the Games will fil i
    The Stadiutn to
    1952 Onmaa iras aotuall
    the I9+(1 ...
    aUandone.i i i ,. | ,,i the
    During the pasl ten years th*
    araattwr bad pi
    wooden grandstands and bleachert
    ,iii(| these
    The btaaetu
    Itmbar
    Whan complati I H
    Stadium, iltual
    centre of the town, will
    lo nrc
    Horse of the
    Ice Age lives
    Again
    By JOHN POBbTRCT
    BY a patient scries of oreeding
    nan pro-
    fessors have "recreated'' two
    till tk* not at the
    th* i" \fi leu or 15
    thousand jr*B)
    I
    i th< "pfe-horae," th<
    fin. runner of motlern i Darb) adnnars
    Professor Lutz Heck, .if th.
    Iteilln Zoo, and his brother. I'ro-
    rni Heck, of Munich,
    have bulll rhat are virtually
    ronUi
    Like A Bim.ii
    Lub in r. baa bean colh i Untj
    pruniUva ipecias of catUa for
    years. He croaaad HghtiuK Span-
    lah bull, wltfa Siottish Highland
    . .. n rosaad ih calvaa
    uuh Cui .-,i.in. Svsis.-.. I'tihi iinan.
    and black and white Dutch breeds.
    Each turn y< lurufioT. puf the
    eUf ' bade a thousand .(ears or
    Inlahad up with
    hu "Ideal," the odd aurneli coif
    which looked a bif like 1( bisotl
    blr like a car. dmuinu.
    TotleidMaiiflotppiaTf
    Heal Xrst-nul
    LQHDON, Dec 23
    Tottenham Hoispur*' speedy ^i0
    '-.. ustful etuck uiunusn*.! i.vr
    I seual'a stubborn delenee lo-uay,
    via pal I i match of the lUigs-
    ii-h *-1 '
    oiuV v al of lbs matota
    Will! li' ;
    v
    one draw b)
    n areas '" in :"
    I -ling badl> *l
    tie position tightener ll
    of the table
    Min 3J potnri
    m by Arsenal. N<
    i ahaan all wltl
    ii. i i i i i .
    i'-- .-co tr. ,m,ls and ..
    I
    Fa idle
    . CIS.
    ininns goal with a long BM lelt-
    i'.e brio ihe corner I 35 minutes
    ii o bo**)
    l| in l*-ague Two
    oara* potnta separate
    L lahl clubs
    new South Noi-
    ' the latauue leaden Noll-
    liigniiin f< and are
    On points -1 the lop. A
    hiie ball as uaad In the lati*<
    tins match f
    lifhi
    Gataahoa
    [oui nil

    Rraler
    Lutl then joine.; .antlici Ml
    i he two professors
    ..in BQtratad an Um ancaatoi i of
    li.iv experiment was
    in t so dillieult. for a MSI pnini-
    ' i still survive.
    iic the Tnrpans and
    li.-i ol the ,:ieat
    . I lint of Diinuaria in waatarii
    i he aild ones had all
    di.-d out by VJii. but a n i bl aat
    remained In private soos
    The Duke <,t Bedford had one
    oi two ai WoLurn Park. Than
    Opposite dm Daalrt I......llaA were two In Munich unil one ..'
    ii,' the Washington Zoo The Heck
    built, conipuu' a lib drawti it ol tbi i
    i tad than with In
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    SCXDAY VDVOCATE
    MMDAT, DECEMBER M
    TUr linrnm:
    OLE VERY OWN
    By G. B.
    Gardening Hints
    For Amateurs
    Aboat Mi and thal-
    Shaw's
    Last Book
    LONDON
    (ieorge Barnard Shaw's last
    *Ofk "Bernard Shav, Khvn.
    ng Picture Guide to Ay>l Si Uw- b^f,
    KuR btrtwnnMnl, itu Plus. .
    the in
    can lil ma- -OUR VERY OWN 1 iiratol ------------------------------- -
    ta in the >,mple and natural mam*, in which an u^^^"^^^^ T i**r..i a* * "ou? dea,
    ....mcatic drama is presented, |U lack ol -uper- < ount* seedling* arc nS to be hd fw" ^i.minji .mu.,,,
    v arid itv warmly human atmospheres Sum l.oJd- ^r love or money HLf'tES
    li obviously directed the appeal ol tin. din AS this *i".rm 'hlnl^S;
    ev vit*.l nucleus of aocu-ty the family-*,*, w.ti. raa( "u* S* *' '"ST ^r"1"'r JS-** ZEE oM^S^SEaS
    - "'- '"r o*an oor^Uoo and .1 na. TMG H Mint*.,,, eminent
    ?,, ,-oup? ",P Pr"b"J? * 'om* WM* critic, commenting on the ptAU-
    .Uughtei '""' "> ** *"*" cation thought "AU Piilon
    ' Tho- o; u. w,o hr r. s jtirfer s ss
    until her lghT.tn UfS '!""k ""'"' * >T^f.u'i^8in J ,S?,l.aboul HH ba said:
    ,.,n Ik-, adoption paper, A '.'" p lAMl"* *0"? ', *"*"*''* "It i* waggishly placid Salt-
    are accidentally discovered by " interne -no hu pvi fonnaoca * "l" * *,,rt *"**" and. bratlon of the village he lovad.
    r Jealous, became Wlsting His atncartt) aim lf ,h*re hBve b*Wi a lucky fc* reflected in photort.'ph* he took
    ..re both In love with Hie sensitive a, tin, tOBM ,n"1 h*v* succeeded In savi-ig himself and in verse he wrote not
    same boy. the voung sister reiali- forcibly tin- Badlgl i I s"m*1 seedlings, and they are *uf- long before he died
    I al ,P Ilciently grown, they can now be "There is no trace of the trucu-
    II udoptcd and |ha planted out In their beda without lent volcano who provoked the
    the ulder girt, hei dtgniu ol hl| p> rt< no ace n re- ih* fcar <* tn'ir being flattened human mind with such genius for
    real mother and m-r! ,,k us *"d drowned. Many people are *ome fifty years- not a rumble
    I her goon tht- anxiously waiting In the hope ol
    yed wil'i almost unbaarata lent K*"^* " <' tn* Australia:
    ndlng pertom vcho- seeda. whkh are suppoaed to havf
    TheJ li a pteaaaal jtinosuliun* pathlc. hl^. batra hnvoaa cwne. but are not yet in the ahopt
    df youth and ^pontaiuil> through- i Una .,nd Theae seeds do to wall In OUT
    ttua "hi. act. and is air * u'nbclicv.blc climate that the* are well worth
    place during high mIh-a in ii^ n .!. wilting for
    as the girl
    King Will Be Santa Claus
    it> Pard n.Miriinn.r
    SANDRINGHAM, flo*trs of the orlenUI Cbristma*
    King (icorge Vl of England trw which U cultivated in u>e
    will pl-> Santa llau.s to his f-.ialr hothouses Princess M .. aupcr-
    akmg
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    from
    ...untry esut*.
    Majesty plans
    ' i>ai irtalng the dai i
    ha mawaraoaa Christmas ma
    Sandringnam ballroom.
    of I hi
    l hi
    ' '- of the trai '
    enlimental ;hl.
    H beat work
    and Stephen IgcNtlly, ,n B
    Salusburg continued
    "We have instead the revoru of
    a great old man, pottering geni-
    nlly through lane, held and gar-
    den with his camera -t.. note-
    book on a boy-scout level, and
    we accompany him such is UV
    extraordinary anti-climax with
    some shyness
    not tow i
    .'
    The f.i -.:.iful one,
    he understanding all
    parvnt* U DQt bflng
    thenuwlvea to tell their daugbtct
    >f her origin. Ann Blyth. aa their
    adopted daughter Gail. Mho t>
    stunned and incredulous of this
    nrii-
    ;.- '
    th
    l>efricnd
    .r the
    played
    Pi dart
    Joanne Smith
    change plays
    staniiini: doc:. ; vh<
    the young Interne All

    ' b at ol
    wife
    Utte:
    Wood. _
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    change to sec *nd BO
    the straight n 'heir pan
    bcln.
    jld. wh<
    chattering, it u
    Farley Granger
    part of a young Amei aa r
    tnatead of a gangster He is
    talented young acier. as well as
    lielnc an attractive romantk
    had
    Seen only twice in the Aim.
    Ann Dvorak, as Gail's real mothei.
    does a striking piece of work
    Her apparent indifference to her
    daughter is touched with pathos
    the-

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    KING GEORGE VI
    Christmas tree in Sandruigfutr:
    appearing bnei1>
    Ion;
    Will i
    d.7'

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    which an I ontai
    ila fluidity The ignoring of
    fact hv Mh race* is respon
    - !'ieB Bawa navutg a few sunny day
    racial problem many lawns and grass plots hav
    Ymi mav like NO WAV opt or been cut, a Job which acts as i
    I In cither wonderful face-lifter for a garden
    when ahe ce her and realues r""e. ytaj will probaU] ba -hock- and makes such a difference to
    the unbridgable gai between ed by it. but vou will not iorget it. the look of the whole place. Nov
    them. To quote fiodailei 0*H< head too that the ground is still in a
    OUR VERY OWN i* delight- lf *hj Amern n Negro Theatre softened condition from the recent
    full) entertaining It. wam NOWAY Otfl l rains the opportunity should be
    human appeal and sensible h.nd- negroversus-white -t"^ It li taken to give lawns and path:, a
    1 an intcreitint thoBat, 'he real aapjuial th- de- dally rolling for a week or so. 1*.
    K O 8 S V. O I!
    IS-1i I
    li
    elcome change from "tructlve aff* I
    luperfMaa] and so-called -i>hl- unreasoning hatred
    tlcated entertainment
    NO WAY OUT
    One of the most deadly aerioii"
    .iv raaUatl< dims avtr
    lo be shown in Harlwdo- is now
    plnvlng al the tannin Thenlr**
    EnUUad N< I w.w OUT A I
    with th.- avaabgrre ub|acl <'
    race hatred nnd M luiiKlle.1 with
    brutal atrajfhtforwardnoss N
    punches -hi pulletl. and th'
    'xpressions of hat nil. verbal ami
    otherwise, are allowad full play,
    th no curtailment It
    Mm for the aquemnisli. ihow-
    I as It prejudice, as personified in ooa
    character, and race prejudice in
    it.-, lowest aspects However, it
    .din e-mphasixes the Innate decen-
    iy and humanity winch are al-
    ways lo be found in members of
    both races, and it is these ele-
    ments that make one realize
    there la hope of a solution for
    this bitier controvcrsiMl .subject
    The plot concerns a young
    Negro interne, who Is a
    two white brothers brouklu into
    the hospital after a stieet Bjjbt
    One ol the Dot hers dies, and the
    other, a pgyahoUc negro-hater.
    accuses the doctor of muidcnn.
    him. In order to establish his
    innocence, the interne asks that
    an autopsy be performed. Thi*
    is refused by the head of the hos-
    pital, on the grounds that it is
    not necessary. In the meantime
    the remaining brother perouado
    his dead brother's wife to Incite
    the hoodlums of Beaver Canal
    to riot against the Negroes and
    avenge her husbands death
    The negroes are informed that
    trouble is pending and the climax
    "i the dim la a race riot between
    black and white. The young
    doctor, realizing that the hood-
    lum''- hntred of him Is the cause
    of the disaster, gives himself up
    to the police for the murder of
    the ocad m U therebv forcing an
    ,f hltr d
    nd
    .uuuw wiih wncn t'
    .tamsurad. mi
    i nisi oiaki thing* wssiw
    .land ovar lo a auWltuta '*
    iloal and ncci l ee ran
    iraa uai. >
    r*v unraira lor. ill
    InU ball M not Lo pl> .u. i
    :.*p lamtiiar lo cricanci* i4i
    I'MX Mn-K*iT itr* 111m pu-
    ss to (*
    oath in ("in." *if.
    iupa IVi A* *<*")" ii
    lajfc. .1 oUl- <'
    - U Down
    ; Vaara
    ilorlla Uial aomvlimM Sri- i
    iiwuse artat If. Pint Doni to chsoga m i i
    >f a s*ui* iii
    V WisfDi.ru ol jpprtita pttnap
    *i . B( way ol eui. it
    UlTH iou a dun trlca ii
    Direct.i HaaoaacUDI ia.
    Ano He foUntl
    Ilia tnivaring ariuiw Ca*r. I
    '.cant a* Ono in** auggast
    ina Auatrmllan parrot, it)
    it itila t ordrr lo vitnM*
    surprising how much rvgula
    rolling improves turf, giving .t
    just that well groomed appeal
    Bca afbleb makes such a differ-
    ence. Not only that, but a firm
    smooth surface means a much
    closer and more even cut with the Manor House and 'Shaw
    l.iwn-mower. which cannot cut resist referring to the
    the grass evenly If bumping over pU*ht of "Britain's
    uneven ground Homes'" Pointedly he
    '"This hall the Ma
    If you have not already done
    so. beg a few bita of Verbena
    from a friend and stick, them in.
    They il] quickly take root at
    this time, and when bearing they
    make a lovely bright splash of
    colour in the garden Verbena i*
    accommodating too, and looks
    equally well on a bank t
    over, or in a bad below
    wall, in which case it tends to
    grow up against the wall so prr-
    viding nice long stems for pick-
    ing. In a flat round bed it is
    also very attractive, and will con-
    tinue to flower for many week?
    It has been a terrible year fx>r
    slugs, these garden peata, com-
    pa**tlvaty new to our island, have
    done great damage In most
    neighbourhoods Slug hunting
    haa become quite a well known
    after dinner sport, which is the
    ume (ha slugs come out from theii
    lairs A count of one hundred
    killed, is not unusual for one
    evening in a garden of any size
    But more about these pest*
    another time
    Tor. though we cannot doubt
    this is the real GBS. it is not th.-
    UBS wa knew. It is almost aa if
    we had found that his beard was
    false "
    The story of Shaw's book be
    gan when he was carrying on hu Bjoui bj
    love affair by correspondence red robes, black boota and
    with the famous BriUsh aciraas, whita beard.
    EUen Terry. Shaw pasted a This year's royal house party
    number of postcards and photo- il] be a bjg onebedrooms are
    graphs into a book, srribblel being prepared for more th. -
    verses underneath and sent them twentv guests
    off to Ellen Queen Mary. Princess Eliz*-
    EarUer this year the book betu and her two children.
    rcm* back to Shaw and he decid- and Princess Alice and tbi R I
    ed to use it as a model for a more of Athlone are all expected to
    ambitious publication Despite hi- Join the King and Queen for Un-
    failing health he tramped aroun-i holidays. The Court as a who!"
    the village snapping everythm : mmed to Sandrmgham on Thurs-
    he thought worthwhile The iv
    suit is the guide with 5d photo- S.mdringham House is being
    graphs and verses. decorated with holly nnd
    Shaw commences his Guide astoe and with the bright red
    follows:
    "Where, marking of two
    roads the Junction.
    "Our blacksmith, master of
    his function,
    "Has on my iron Kate en-
    - rtUad
    "Shaw's Comer up
    bold."
    Following Shaw through the
    wllaire the guide continues:
    "A cottage next displays no
    good work,
    "Daubed as it is with bogus
    woodwork."
    rtiei,- ki picture of a tree in
    his garden and he rhvrr.es
    "Like Shakespeare I possess
    a mulberry.
    But find its fruit a some-
    what dull ban) '
    Then there is a picture of HV
    canaol
    pri sani
    Stately
    'rote:
    Hoi -
    The informal family Christmas
    paiiy has been a cum.
    the ratgn of Bdward vh and the
    Oltij time tl*.- Royal Family has
    IhM gathered at Sandrmgham
    was in lMg when the King was
    struken with circulatory trouble
    in his right leg.
    Otftl fere ex,hanged rlajhl afler
    breakfast on Chnstnuis morning
    instead of on Christmas eve They
    are never lavish uxil mostiy
    nail trinketa, books and prinis
    The King and Queen have already
    mailed OKI
    inexpensive gills to rorsonal
    rioiuis and about 2.000 Christmas
    Cards- Royal servants will this
    yaaw receive the usual National
    .' Certillcates.
    After morning service at the
    i Khun I. :.i Si Mary Magda-
    .1 mi the estate a Cnrlslmas
    inar of roast boat N wfoik
    rkey and all the tr.mmWgs and
    topped off by plum pudding in
    flaming brandy will b<
    - I dining
    hall.
    lb ra will be an m gtenUj
    for the King to slip off I
    i : ive ,i hMI si - H he! .1 .
    he broadcasts to Britain
    world from his rttidf at 3 pin.
    0 M.T.
    Then comes a gala tea party
    complete with larajr iced fruit
    eike 5mothere favors and paper hats
    uie evening will bv spent
    .. z:ly around the Yule log and in
    i' ewing a "double feature" film
    -how in the ballroom For those
    f the party who are still hun-
    L "left-over" available.
    Kinir George VI revels in hi*
    .Id-fashioned Christmas holiday
    which he stretches well into
    January He likes nothing better
    than to change into tweed- and
    ba lun the popular countrj
    "squire'' of Sandringham
    I.N.S
    A Twin Idea for You !
    Is called.
    Edward the Sixth its lord
    installed,
    "No lord can now afford t
    dwell there
    "And guarantee the building*:
    welfare."
    Shaw potters all the wa;
    hang through this tiny Hertfordshire
    low village, rhyming about Ihe post-
    office, the Inn. the "new" ITih
    easrhiry church, and ends
    I'li.de with:
    - nnthirg n
    for me to tell.
    "Thanks for your shilling
    cents) friemi.
    "and fare thee well "
    Alreadv the villagers are savins
    they are certain Ayol s-
    rence will become a BMOI
    ford on Avon (Shakespeare'*
    Urth-place) which Is Britain'* top
    show place for visiting Americans
    IN -
    1 a* m'i * d*
    1 jg r. * vi. ,
    Give yourself
    a lovely
    Standard Kit......fl 71
    Refill Kit (-holt htaji . $1.43
    used by 15 million American woman!
    *7 a fioduct or thh toni divisios i
    14 fraS* B*atfa Hi T <*HDUt > Oft ANT LTD ftftll
    tw
    Big RJLO. Deal
    . e foimei WarrjgT Hio'.n.
    or Jerry Wai
    nan Krasna have, afts
    aaatha of bargaining, signe
    wi li K O.'s Howard Hughe;
    par. ciilllng for them to produn
    60 If K O. pictures in the next five
    years, involving an investment .
    S5O.ij0O.00O.
    In 1943 Krasna received an Aca
    demy Award fur the best original
    aarean play. "Princess CRourke
    which he also directed.
    Wald Is the producer of the
    much praised "Johnny Belinda.'
    "Task Force." and of "The Man
    Who Came to Dinner."
    WAR BETS
    LONDON.
    The world-famous Lloyds Insur-
    ance Brokers are quoting 50 to l
    against a world war breaking oui
    before September 1, 1951.
    The company has insured the
    Canadian Philatelic International
    Exhibition again*1, hostilities start-
    ing before it oper.s In that month
    at a premium of two per cent, on
    Ihe injured value of the stamps.
    I.N S
    Two Views
    On TV
    ROME:
    Pope Plus had this to say at.out
    lllnis" and TV: "They take up a
    great deal of the time f< rmcrly
    devoted to the printed work. Wa
    . tiieir BTtMtC I ltd
    technical importance. Uut they
    m purely visual. The inllueiiie
    they exercise, especially en youth,
    contains such a threat of uitelk-c-
    tual decay that already they are
    considered as a peril to all man-
    kind "
    NEW YORK
    Tinned beer and TV sets m
    the home bring anguish to Ameri-
    can pubkeepers. It Is ruining
    business. Listen to one of them:
    My former customers say: Tony.
    I got my own set now and drink
    out of my own jug And 1 can
    kMfa "iy shoes off."
    Only one soap "jives your
    skin this exeiliii"; Bouquet
    l IN 4
    Have yea any Gardening
    Question >ou would Hke to
    ask, or any garden Informs*
    Uon > en could pass on that
    would be of Interest to other
    gardenenr?
    an
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    135,
    lla*-e yt
    planU or
    change?
    aarplu*
    la ex-
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    Write to "Gardening
    C/a The Advocate"
    and wateh this earamn for a reply
    LONDON
    Minister of L.iln.ur George
    Isaacs disclosed that llritain'.-
    "welfare state" employs nearly
    one in four of the working
    population.
    The official figures an; Workinc
    population, 23.500.000: .-'ate em-
    ployees, 5,715.000.
    Isaacs said that the greatest
    numberC.510.000 wflrked in
    the nationalised industr ev TtM
    second largest group 1.420.000
    are municipal goverriu'ent i m
    ployees.LN.8.
    / Mil L.r
    V lather of
    kin with the rich
    Cashmere Bouquet
    the soap containing 11 suhilv
    l>lrndrd pcrtuine*. Hu- exciling
    Umqurt Inn-- you aaiurrd of your
    Itcsh. dainiy SSBUBsM appeal Cah-
    Bksra Bouquet Soap i- licavrnly for
    \our cnmplriion <-.:re too !
    WITH THE r"AGANC MEN LOVE <>7
    So beautifully easy...
    so easily beautiful
    bcC(ltl$e Brylfoam cleanses so ihorou>;hly yet so gendr, your
    hair is infused with new raasaBOa, r -w 'parkle. Let
    tout mirror tell iSe storythe story oi glowitg, glonoie. hair-
    hrslth! And m.-u- wonderfully managcaM. hrylfoam makes
    your h-ir; how cconomicsl it is, loo. Remember the speedy,
    creamy lather suits every type of hairdry or greasy, dark or
    lair. Ask tor Brylfoam and sec how beautiful your hair can
    be! In tubes, the *ianry and use larf ttonimty mt.
    there's more foam in
    Brylfoam.
    THE ORIGINAL C1EAM SHAMPOO IN A IUBE
    MACLEAH
    Bra"
    Stinacn
    powder
    Relieve*
    iNDIGESTION
    Yei |ust one does of MACLEAN
    BRAND STOMACH POWDER relieraa
    Indigestion paia and diacomfort I This
    wonderfully quick and effective relief
    from Heartburn, Flatulence, Nausea,
    Acidity and Stomach Pains due to In-
    digestion Is made possible by the fact
    that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH
    POWDER is a perfectly l"t'^Tll
    scientific formula.
    Make Maal Tlmai
    a Pleasure!
    WhTsoaaluflCTific? Tryl "! to,
    to-da* but BUk* MrMMMpnuiH
    MAtl EAM BRAND Sf OMACfi row
    DEI bcanrur liM MSDWun ALHX. C
    MACLBAN" on book mad OUTOD.
    * MACLEAN BRAND
    STOMACH POWDER
    you wont
    hear
    yourselt walk
    in Clark*
    "Minnesota-
    i*/?m warcMoo*. NOM-ts/3. cuouHD-cm* atfltrui
    In great dematu) in manv pagtg of the
    ;ile.isea both for it. .straully tanuaJ daaign mi for its
    Bdaj sailins- material.
    "Pussylrte" soles are MfJHCfl
    nnn-skitl, eushion-conifiirl-
    able, rul.lirr-light,
    leaf-coo,!and
    tough as you
    i mlit pos-
    iblj nttdl
    i ufled upper
    -i mi heel-shape
    hie -nling lo put a
    ipring in your saap.
    t^Jo/Uo

    OF ENGLAND
    WI ouAi.rr tMOt h*m *hh ui riasi i x'huhcI
    C. (. CUrk Led (Whotttsk* only). fBaat, Somsrsst, fnfitmi
    LOCAL AGSNTti Ai,t AUiUH* co BaABados
    OUR VERY OWN
    IT HAS NEVER BEEN THE POLICY OF THE
    PLAZA THEATRES
    TO RECOMMEND YOU TO SEE ANY PICTURE
    HOWEVER IN Ol 11 Vl.llY OWV WE FEEL
    TH,vT"i7ERE IS A PICTURE THAT ON SO FEW
    OCCASIONS THE MOTIO": PICTURE INDUSTRY
    IS PRIVILEGED TO SCREEN - -
    "IH'H VERY WlN-
    is SOMETHINc: VERY SPECIAL
    SEE IT WITH SOMEONE YOU LOVE VERY MCCH!
    i
    *
    1
    mm mm
    Cliristum News
    1950
    /^
    SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2ITII
    M'HUII.1 I'KH'lliHl ROAST Kill
    SAMUEL GOLDWYN
    OUR VERY OWN
    >av1
    I ANN IIYTH FARLEY GRANGER-JOAN EVANS '"- '\
    -**. JANIWYATT- **#.ovoia- o^haiocoo* maiaib.ooo V. I
    2 snows 2
    TO-DAY 4.4.1 A H.:iO p.m.
    and continuing duily 4.45 and H.M p.m.
    Exlra Special: Th Musical Short "PIANO RHYTHM"
    with JAN AUGUST
    PLAZA TMtEATRE
    itmiH.inni
    (NB. NO MATINEE ON XMAS DAY)

    mm I
    m
    2v >"' really like it nerved in the Ballroom from 7.00 W
    1pm l 10.00 p.m. An Orchestra will pHv for Dancing, m
    r, Dinner arm Dancing, per Por-un S4.00
    MONDAY, DFCi:MIKK 23TII
    S
    I CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA
    will be served in our Decorated Ballroom
    MSandwiches. Cake and ChrKtmiis Fixings served with
    Tea or Coffee
    Cocktails and Dunk- as Ordered
    AN ATTRACTIVE DANCK PROOKAMM1
    HAS BJlKN ARRANfiKD
    Entrance 72c
    5 includes Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 1M pB
    -tr>nnr>nnHHaaHHfiiint(t(KEin!

    &
    &
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    S.
    I



    -I M>\V. DK(-|:.MBF.K 24, 1930
    HONDAS ADVOCAtE
    PACE SEVEN
    Delilah's Nightdress Is Coming
    In Caravan
    Circus
    Dailih'v
    LOND) HI
    the Iosniuii.N niui aril] lx- In-
    cluded id it "caravan circus t
    It r 111 h inanufacturvd nouu>
    lM Uio VYc;
    I Jutii. In charge ol ih*
    I'Xpcamon. inc iirst oi Ba Una.
    u Mr. A. S. Jenianson of TansOW,
    Britain's largest caravan dis-
    txUnitor.
    mill d| lo Bring
    up to n a t e tne
    caravmiw" ol oH Nu* known u>
    K. M uegan by
    suppl>ing caravan homtl lo
    boniocd-oiil families, took ordon
    from ono of the Ministries, con-
    ducted his own advertising anu
    Hies promotion, and run unaneve
    this travelling exhibition of British
    goods. lion Man twenty firms
    are co-operating with goods
    varying from caravans to corset*.
    horseboxes lo households mop*.
    IftsflorM in psj cookers. It la
    hoped uw. Mi:. taMnrlM will
    become a regular annual event
    The exhibition will M oponod
    Id Portof-Spatn on January 22nd
    by Sir Hubert Ranee, Q< t
    Trimdnd and Tobago. Support-
    inn him ai the irremonv will be
    .! \ i ,,k, the U.K. Trade
    (*'.r: ni'Mi n.'i m Trinidad; the
    Hon Albert Qotntl
    if Labour, fmwsftrj and
    Commerce; and Mr Duff-
    Urquh.iri. ['resident of DM Trtnl-
    cla| Chamber of Commerce.
    Tin- eannent which mused the
    greatest sensation at London's
    M<' iKllah" night-
    dress It |s illustrated here and
    consists of short pale pink satin
    bolero with a heart-shaped neck
    line and tiny cap sleeves, edgci
    with narrow MM trimming, worn
    with l full chiffon skirt draped
    from the waist, 'also edged with
    lace Tin- skirt hem Is bound with
    satin to make the skin swirl out-
    wards like an Eastern dancinil
    dress It was Inspired by the
    new film "Samson and Delilah".
    in which Hedy Lamarr'i costume-
    are accurately fashioned after the
    -vies of 3.000 years ago,
    when weallhv women wore gowns
    with bare shoulders, bare mid-
    riffs and slit skirts, In fabrics
    woven of gold and silver thread,
    and brocades of pure silk.
    All the swim-suits, nightdresses
    lingerie, coat* and suits shown
    iblc tea the Waal Indian
    climate Fimc nvlnp tricot mesh
    wi'h frilling, and on or off-
    shoulder necklines made some of
    the prettiest nightdresses
    Poplin pyjamas intended for
    RUmm-r and winter were made
    adaptable b) fixing an extra pair
    of long sleeves, and a separate
    collar to short-sleeved open-
    necked shirt. Many pyjamas had
    neat straps at the trouser ankles **
    to maka a close fitting leg There tin
    was a Chinese look about
    piece lounntng pyjama _.
    foplin and washtnc taffeta, with and suits
    |-top tmusers tight tit- weight barathi
    Hream:
    \ XniiiN Sion
    IIUAII
    III I'll HI
    III IIII
    a.'.'

    Christmas moi
    : > |ida
    and bent and gray, but his mn
    i as a bell, and ..Ithouah -miM* "bu
    raded MM) were
    irimg with good
    thoughts and dreams
    MS
    ,p wtv> Daddy, run faci
    -i
    anything from Veioi
    ~ answered Oa.id> ul)
    tmiaav. "bii uh see her mother
    landing at thai ili-nwaj. am.
    i it o much oh it u good
    Ion** to t*1 a dreamer years and
    gears ago I been dreaming but
    sa-/ ear
    igru..-.
    &
    year is the best. Something
    ' take place bcfoi.
    Well wash yuh face with
    weet soap, read yuh prayers
    whatever uh get. uh wil
    | KM for you1. And hi?
    I neighbour was gone

    * rubber
    Md wit of th->
    s the engine of a 'plant
    overhead Only halt of
    In UlM little shabby hot* "
    was Christmas momma, but x
    Daddy waa In no hurry to get t-i
    in his old faded pyjai
    be slepi on, until the amM .
    me -hiiiing m on his face ,
    up In bed.
    opened hit rv^ wtdei uafl
    ii. bad h.'.n-t ... I
    door a welcome knock, '<"
    hli little grand
    and in paper
    wrapped i paaea of
    I out t> you am wake
    morntn&ta
    Unas, Dadch "' The
    child lok.
    panad fo rom

    wered Nothln* ,*ild | was
    i anting (Jod sent
    ihingi
    Th.
    ti rned to wash the goblei
    HI it wiih traah aval, i i" My
    i Mad the OOflaa and MstlMd
    was looking all around the
    i u for lha irv.isures he had
    traaml ibout tbg new black
    Mjll to we.,r to Church the
    ihuea he had seen in l.

    ih a larRc dUb 0) rrujt
    wen new door-mat was in
    lie an
    filled with the good II
    : :
    .".
    Anothei calli
    i. im Padtrj nou not up I
    He knew the vdkv, U I Plod!
    bedafcM god shore in be rebapllzed
    and handed him a rake of -weei Itart.adn-. wnter-
    reunion*
    r run
    *rl lo
    BCASUrS LT1L. It*.... IN
    Cort *lr-l UMw. tl. Msssssa
    "Soaping" dolls hair
    HALO f/or$esti/
    w

    toMe
    - > oftee was drunk h<
    ror his pipe to net a
    BI Wl Mat shout-
    *ng In the villas}* a drum was
    and Uu-re, was .i bu;
    -)i rig noaa at I
    ndehlld cajta in bream-
    r.id hugKi-d him up "Daddy.
    Verona come the come b>
    this Christmas plare"' in minute'] iutm
    ihild sml bid 'y was out :o the
    kissss and n ^- told ihe talc
    rv. conn- h> [lend Chri*tma-i
    tMth you. 1 came all the wBj
    (mm Canada by T.C A'' said a
    ssjiiahly dressed younj; woman
    the house .seemed |
    ... [|e l he Cat '
    brought
    tie! and put on the table, and
    ; WroiLi started, to unpack,!
    I1 dch iaw In inn* suit his.
    ew Ue. and everything
    sweei l>ecnuse it came
    iiada.
    ...... ihottght '.
    and s,, hi hi
    ml Uitnlnt; ml. she
    Daddy, anu made for the sea-
    warm
    Asthma Mucus
    loosened First Day
    Deal !< i-oua_hlB, MSMtSa thok-
    in* Li..k of Brufi-bUla or AaUtsu
    -uln your !** and *nrK> noHi*-
    itT or olahi wllhout trying MITN
    DACO. Th". fTl m-dl^ln-l. .
    >. InUrd
    >U|h 111- b
    _ >V
    maTs (hick alrani n mucu*. 1 Tbua
    , minotta fiaw araAlMng Sid aunda>
    r.^r. rafr-^ilne ala^. 1 Malpaailavi
    i- rouflhlaa, whaaiinf. aaaasfu
    vluk'h saitlanveilon <* ooaffv aak
    faaranlaef- <1< MKNPArh rrara
    ham I at 1
    Eczema Itch
    Killed In 7 Minutes
    ", "aoaping" y
    id ..i cream ahampooa hides lu nimul
    . lib ilnlli ,; aoap aim.
    Baka aWWsMa no nap of stkkv oik-
    h.iMih todt>ll y-.ur hau'. naiural luitrr \\ ul,
    ii. Halo In Mini tail ihim-
    ring hssAiiThb. lu fragrant Ulhei rinsn
    "M> ^dW io any ktod of walrr Deed* no
    aftrT-rin*. al'rffaaii thai's hetrouS, uar Halo.
    I*IW*
    lxorDr>H. -,,i
    In .tnm.4. H.u^MvU^tUvt*- ,km+~. lit
    aaam,'Aaia /if*ya* m/t Hal* gtwi Asa- ia>A
    li'iaiiia,
    I' -*.|..
    nail a i
    -ofl. rta
    ll'hior i ra
    huritln*.
    and othar '
    HALO rHeah Ike hiairii keavty ol >o*r kiir
    Si'Xi
    ninnvy tiai-k
    ar tin auaraittail
    im.l |..i...an.i
    --HE NIGHTDRESS. conslsUnK of bolero-top and separate fnu IMW<
    ng skirt- Inspired by Hedy Lninarr'x costnraw In Paramount* Ibi
    Sanisuii mid Delilah."
    x*!io snort satin bolero ha* a heart shaped neckline and Uny ti,,
    .leave", edited with narrow lace trimming, and the full chiffon sk.i.,
    drapea from MM WtJat, i- IBM edged with lace. Ths skirt hsm ..
    bound *nth saUn to match the bolero and make the akin rjrlrl OiaV
    wards like an Eastern dancing dress.
    Designed by Bienderella, it was shown at a I-ondon previt^ o.
    hMBMMl specially created for oversea* market*.
    BY THE WEIGH
    Down at the had store there b
    an old-fashioned balance-scale
    which has a capacity of forty
    pounds.
    Only four .liflerent weighs an-
    needed to enable the storekeeper
    to weigh any amount up to 40
    tad this Male. One of
    these is, of course, one pound.
    What are the other three?
    The weighing is done only In
    whole pounds, so no fractional
    \. eights must be considered.
    PMij aq i> .punod o
    words "This Is It*
    a white ground,
    petal cuffs lo the brassiere
    >u p-UH".
    ithJ in t combined with lace Sen e p*ti(i
    of the other sn '^.ima.-
    lop avaning lownj Vot the larger, ;-'x *"*"""
    M-|< .11-
    n -|.ii. ..in in"
    ,..t j,!" -n, pita -atN-
    inaiaM puriMi juiii
    'numml n -tiuaai pna miiu '*"n
    iceaied buttons for detachable older woman, was a whlb
    shoulder straps crc|>e embroidered with fine
    An entirely new fabric for diagonal stripes in silver beading
    swim-suits was lime satin lastcx A ehlflon stole duped the should-
    adc '.iciter" waa a two- ers.
    Stece in rayon lastcx. with one
    alf white and the other blue. In all. the Exhibition will tour ^
    There were "Irlkshorts" and 'he Caribbean islands for about dogs,
    -hut- Which aya pleated so that Tour months. \ni'. Its route has not
    pleats fold concert inn-wise yet been finally decided. To en-
    three- for easv packing able residents in neinhbouring
    in i for travel coals islands to visit the Exhibition
    mainly light while 11
    The favourite Wot Indian Airways arc arrang
    Ultia* iio| J14J,
    TEN TO ONF.
    "iiiiiiiiixs
    i.i-.ri'Mt
    Deaj i hiliireti,
    Chrlitnuui i- bare again with i^-
    leaatlMJ and merriment | suppose I
    ou have prepared your gifts and)
    fit them to your friends already;
    Ihe Tiny Tot* will be hanging ut-l
    kings t lously looking forward lo openins
    11-in to-morrow Amid It all let
    uv not forget the flrtt Christmas
    and God's great gift to ua on that
    day 1 must wish you all a vary
    hnppv Christmas and Iota of fun
    Yours very truly.
    CHILDHEN-S EDITOR.
    DRAT THAT FLY
    LONDON
    A graduate studying biology at
    I-nndon University built a niacniin*
    lo measure a house fly's horse-
    power and discovered It produces
    less than onc-milllonlh of a horse-
    power when II flaps lu winan^
    Nixoderm
    Tor SkJai Trouble i
    POM MaOfU
    ting at the ankles, a hrillianl colour was Pebblea cool stone ing special
    mncent.n shirt, and a black Chin- shade. their planes.
    etc tunic with high buttoned neek. Black Chantilly lace and chif- ..<, nt aniu
    Much of the lace used for trim- fon is most popular for cocktail Next year, in pursuit of dollars
    mine was nvlonxtrem-'v hard- dresses. The bodice lace Is Mr. Jcnklnson gtenda-Jo wearing, quick-drying and decor- mounted 00 B h coloured chiffon * " -" ^^ '"^ * Ihe Middle
    attve and the black skirl chiffon is In- West of A";^,^ ^,,Vi.
    Swim suits were mostly of trira'. 'he waist to show and sell r"lh goods In th
    sa'in 'astex One had a broken fall into folds over the hips. main streets of America
    printed stripe which formed Ihe Ecru MUdM-rua lace, pure silk State Fairs.
    CHIPPENHAM. F.Nf,
    A mouse won his wnv to free- ,
    ttoin in a shopping bag and The man who discovered this,
    scaped from eight cats and two John M. Smith, said the fly Was a .
    jgs. "maul Ineinclent Insect as il wast-
    h Chippenham woman resident ed between 98 to per rent of Its I
    drove five miles to a bank with ervigy" I
    the tvvu dop in her automobile The machine is made of a *ieve.
    , Her eight cats nt home had over- i sold'-rlng Iron, a portable phono-
    ID Tr|aidad. BrlUsh ooket| |h(. shoppmg b Wl Knipn .ltul flfl!lh camera. Smith
    he opened lha bag In lha bank, lha caffia H Fluiiicator" because it
    . iped nut and escaped. produced 50,000 little bits of fluir
    I uble fOOt. 1 N 8
    al ihi
    BIG
    BUSINESS
    LONDON.
    Records of the first year of
    operation of Britain's National
    health service showed a total of fveryonc
    Not Ail Converted
    A sign outetde
    London church
    $5 TO 1
    LONDON.
    Wc-krui> *>>e National Hun! CommlUc*
    " Not rulln. body of ,liplhaSing In
    . i ,,-
    Rupert* Autumn Primrom41
    who enters this church
    24.0U0.0OO callers at national in-
    surance offices in the 12 months.
    OP
    PROLIFIC COW
    DSCXIR, Man
    Murray has a really
    Ha
    is converted I'd
    handbags, etc." lC.PI.
    ELLPHANT FORGETS
    MONTREAL
    Major C Claudfc '
    a lecture tour after M ftmtt In
    India, told an Inb
    does sometimes forget.
    Britain, refuse to adhere to the
    Government's official devalued
    rale of 2.80 dollars to the pound
    The Racing Catendai OflMal
    pubUcation of thi
    '
    thai for racing purposes there
    Shall be live U.S. dollars to 1
    Entry in the Grand National
    productive cow. In the last three He said Ihe elephant is.a remark- rac. Ii Unused to horses which
    year- she has given birth" to five able animal, but no' because of his roughly have won threc-min-
    calves, two sets of twins and i mftuon. whuh is no better than staapMChagei WOfW *:3,u,'"r,*
    single calf All ore alive and well, that of a horse, eat or dog. mile 'chases i\,,,,,'ln V a
    C.P. C.P wise $1,500 and 32.000. -I N
    iO *H(X4
    qyou
    lovtiu
    mjt
    POND'S
    I'OMIS IOIII IlliM ..... indaaflai
    your skin.
    sir* > tsi%ins<. i in 4M
    to protect youi skin by day and lo hold your
    powder mirtt.
    fr>Uo*in| th* old SjtMkaun'i
    jira KUpan mjkf. h> *)
    ireuiL1, ih' wood and mffl
    "Goad, io I kno
    . 1(i | ass,"
    i
    id-ii.i
    SmG ELECTRIC
    dtfw &&!%**$ JZgjuM
    POSH'* I4CI PtUQLB: elinging
    perfumed, sceintifically blended foi
    a glamorously matt complexion.
    m)i nf the G.B.C
    I Dd* nadc that n
    lied afier man-*-
    never need-
    rand up
    Bomsc j'.d I s
    Solid -hromlum-plitee
    -sontiftf
    (OnCaalM lock.
    PtSB-% LIP*I UK smooths
    o easily onto your hps; the
    rich vibrant colour BUryi on
    and on and on.
    Here is a ran. products used by lovely society women every-
    where. Simple and inexpensive, they are all you need to keep you looking
    flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them
    at all the best beauty c*ou- I
    THE CITY GARAGE "KAOING CO. LTD.
    BRIDGETOWN -BARBADOS
    WMtftNTING THE CtNLKM UlCTUC CO LID.. 0' INOA^O
    ARE YOU nillMH
    WITH mmHIMiiIHI
    PAINS?
    law applr
    SIMIOOI i
    I., thr XTrrlrd PUlu U<
    rM yannrlf l .cniiT
    K^raOOL
    (ONQITKS
    .. FAIN
    On Safe al
    KNIGHTS DRUG STORKS
    If your hair is on the DRY side
    there .ue three good rea*oi for using Silvia..in Hair Took l.i>ti
    with on. Il luppJiei the natural oil. ih.it dry hur lacks, it'*
    escclleni, lasting drcsvins and a torn-, lonon
    too: H contain* J*larr SiUlkrln, the tun
    natural food. Remcmbci ihotc last lw>
    word., wini oil, when you atk for It.
    Fhtm all ehtmnti. hoiidres ui t and tlort i
    I
    LOTION
    L/nrufe :
    of dood'ufl ond ihm
    OikHfytontd'nur^d rtl
    Heir tonlflooooo.aiJob,'e with
    or without^!. 0<(O^"t to your
    NM'lUla.r.."-)!
    LOVELIER
    2
    SKIN IN 14
    FOR
    WOMEN OUT OF
    DAYS
    l BY
    I VI MOMVE BEAUTY PL \\
    ThiMy-fiinr doctors including
    leading skin *pe'ialiii havr now i oM-
    plrlcd 14-day icsts CH the Palmolivc
    Beauty Plan on 1,364 wmiini tfl ..tl
    Bgr*. and every type Of sUttl. They
    report a definite, notirrahk impr meni 111 lbe (olupleMonN "I 1 women
    out of \ faupportcd by ligned italc-
    menis by the ttfomen fltcmaclvi
    Tliesc were among ihe impn.veinenls
    reported :
    B.ertV*hes
    Fresher, smoother
    -* 'oi,in
    Sir wliui ihi- PUd will do for your kinin onl* H daval
    Ifyou would like your eomplrxion to be as lovely as you have alwa>s hoped il could be,
    iry fhr I'almolivr Beauty Plan." It's so simple.
    Thrs is all ym do:
    1 Waih ym fact with I'almelm sa>>.
    2 Manage th ruh, o/i'w-et/ lather into yam iHn/ar one
    full minute
    3 mm
    Start now, continue for 14 days. And prove as Hie
    doctors proved that if you keep your aaJn'cleansed
    by Paimollve's bcautifyinK olive-oil lather, you are
    nsrr to .
    KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION


    p.vr.r. six
    SUNDAY VDVOCATE
    SUNDAY, DECEMBER M, MM
    Al The I in*
    OLE VERY OWN
    By G. B.
    Gardening Hints
    For Amateurs
    Shaw's
    Last Book
    King Will Be Santa Clan-
    lf. I r.-tl l... flil.u. r
    XboulthUuuiI.hui-
    I UKItK have been curapli
    n all Hides from i-mr.-i,
    bad their seeds washed
    l)> the recent rain*, and by all
    I LONDON.
    George Bernard Shaw's last
    work "Bernard Shaw Hhym
    who f'S Picture Guide loA>oi Si Law- ber,*,. making
    awav *"*"* P-'bliithcd H eeoU -
    11 -J. '* Pictorial guide of "out dear Knuura from I
    niH'iii, iho Plam Theatre is
    me of the imi pub-Ik i
    insOUR VERY OWN. 1
    this iilm are the simple and natural mariner in which an
    < domestic drama is presented. uper- rounti aeed^lnaTare'not w be had #*" con,"'"ln*
    | grid Iti warmly human atmusphera Sam Crold- i^r lovr *"'
    wyn has obviously directed the appeal of th* film to that *a?!hU "".'a, human "fSod.^
    bUI nucleus of society -tin .^iSuJ ^H^rMf-* re" ff"*" l0 >*** 'd *- '
    .uUNa, s. .----L. .......-... LS.l^*jrE^fr2J,J'f^ P3* *"' -B -t l 100.00C
    Healing with
    SANDKINGHAM. flower, of the 01
    King (ieorte VI of England tree which hi 8
    will play "Sanla Claus" to his mate huth. I
    >' but with Uie unproved wmUmt
    )hl month garden* generally are
    death beginning to recover a bit from ^pii
    Mr Koddan. eondiUou and it has H? G H saliisbi.ra eminent
    ..ome possible to set some work ,,,<.. lomm.ntina on V iubli
    ana fa the garden clon though, ..AU laHSa
    Spent" might have been an alter-
    , native title Writing m the Dailv
    muatbegin to think about Herald, he said:
    iggishly placid cele-
    his n
    1
    our dear &,.,,,. tram hi, Sandringham.
    gj, jirig- \, < u,ur.
    Hgjaatr plans to gr -
    :, ' a'hen hi-
    lt lopay U> proi<
    Fa:
    ... Ih- u. w ta ,0,
    .-ml her eighteenth birth- 'I'- *Uam POJUei al the _
    -dopuon papan *"**" >> p^ntirJT^r wlu2J*Molt-
    -iiscovered by a "* ,nl,nie " .Jealous, because Mrikmg. His glncaritj Ud "Wo hve been a ucky fe* reflected in photographs he took
    In love with tlie sensitive acting bring liome ,nal have succeeded In saving himself and In verse ha wrote not
    aOM !.. star retail- forcibly the imiignme* .ufTered some eedlings, and they are suf- long before he died.
    ate* by telling hi I 'i afta. at I.. i rota 4 nl m> ran Helen tly grown, they can now be "There is no trace of the trucu-
    the pnrtv that she is adopted and r.- planted out In their beds without lent volcano who provoked Quj
    to the older girl, her dbput> of h i. tng fear of their being flattened human mind with such genius for
    Widmark ut *n :.. teal realization of hei rwki The ,. anxiously waiting In the hope of Saluburg continued
    rtuA. -*i wll'i almost unbaarabU ttll Rating me of the Australia i " have instead the record of
    ruling performaiiee A m \cho- seeds, which are supposed to have "..P*?1 old. "?. pottering geni-
    Wt li
    partormance Ai l .. ycho- *. w< arc wpiwwi w : _||S,C?,' I(I n, ~>' _
    Th Is a pleasant atmohuheni pathic. his hatred of the Nearae* cume- but ,re not **' ln ,he lho'u . IrJ^wt a, Br"
    hrough- is shown lo nil avery Una and These seeds do so well In our g* * m* Camera and_ note-
    out thU him the lime whici act. and is alnvtyt unbelievable climate that they are well worth P^'*_on.
    'kc I !< h scnool in it, Intensity 'Linda DarnalL waiting for.
    n weak, will. gr;iduati and
    *vite. of um ,,
    la
    ' !t"-"^' best work :
    and Stephen McNally, in a
    boy-scout level,
    we accompany him such Is the
    extraordinary anti-ellmax with
    some shyness
    I
    I he hi ib ! a delightful ...
    Jang Wyatt ud Donald Cook ar<-
    he understanding afl
    parents who could nt brln|
    theniselve, lo tell their daughtci
    of her origin, Ann Blyth, as their
    adoptci bughtai OaQ, iu> i
    stunned and incredulous of this lo*"" Smith
    information, reveals her capacity | N" .solution i^ |
    for emotional acting and hei.*.'"'" and from its titli
    scat with hei own inothei i;*Jthors would h
    m i of the mosl dramatic in th
    Bim The roles of the iv
    or sisters arc well acted by Jo
    Evans and Natalie Wood, uV
    latter boln^ an imp uf about in
    >ears old, who never stop!
    .hattcrlng. It is a change to see
    Farley Granger in the straight
    part of a young American lid. To do Otherwise
    pleasant part for a changeplays
    the understanding doctor who
    befriend* the young Interne. All
    of the support In; role> i. i-r
    played, particularly that ol
    Poitlcr's wife. by Mildred
    the au-
    irt bad
    there i* mine M.iwcver,
    iere is th. w. than i-
    mplfl avMi i ......n
    >ehei thai .i ,a u' i il polution
    dona exist ror, In the Hi I i .i> ,
    iv ana i I 4>1> .-ssass
    and lecopl or rojeei Indlvldualg*
    on their paraonal v
    hal
    n ttaai 4 f-pHr itr to
    t.dented young acter, as waD
    heUig an attractive romantic
    lead.
    Been only twice In the film
    Ann Dvorak, as Gall's real mothei
    docs a striking piece of work
    Her apparent Indifference to hei
    daughter i* tourhni
    when she sees her a
    the unbrldgable ga|
    them.
    ndeai
    reetrta tha fl*ld of hi
    .
    which "' Incapabli <>f -oniami
    its fluidity The ignoring of t
    fact, by both races, is repon*i
    for the bat
    racial prohlem
    Y.
    r
    KING GEOKGB VI
    tree in Sandringh;>r
    appearing bneit
    black boots and Ion
    Fur, though we cannot doubt
    this Is the real GBS. it is not the
    UBS we knew. It Is almost as if
    we had found that his beard was
    false."
    The story of Shaw's book be- Christmas
    gan when he was carrying on his HoUM by
    love affair by correspondence red robes,
    with the famous British actress, white beard.
    Ellen Terry. Shaw pasted a This year's royal house part;
    number of postcards and photo- will be a tug onebedrooms air-
    graphs into a book, scribbled being prepared for more than
    verses underneath and sent them twenty guests.
    off lo Ellen. Queen Mary, Princess Eliza
    Earlier this year the book betli and her two children.
    rnme back to Shaw and he decld- and Prlnceas Alice and the aVirl
    ed to use it as a model for a more of Athlone are all expected to
    ambitious publication. Despite hi- )om the King and Queen for thl
    failing health he tramped arouni holidays. The Court as a wh<
    the village snapping everythin
    he thought worthwhile. The re
    the guide with 59 photo- Sandringham House Is being
    again personally super-
    vising the decoralimi
    niammoUi Christmas tree In the
    ballroom.
    The informal f.imil> CteMgaga
    a been a cuetoi
    the reign of Uwetd VII and the
    only time the Royal Family h-ui
    not garnered at Sandringham
    was in 1948 when the King was
    -.trieker, with circulatory trouble
    in hU right leg
    Gifts an exch-nged riglu afU>
    breakfatt on Christmas morning
    instead of on Christmas eve They
    are never lavish but mostly
    small trinkets, books and prints
    The King and Queen have already
    mailed over a thousand small,
    inexpensive gifts to personal
    .netuls and about 2.000 Christina!
    Cards. Royal servants will this
    year receive the usual National
    Savings Certificates.
    After morning service at the
    '"' -*iui. I. . s- v . .:...
    L on the estate u Christmas
    1,1 "t roast beef. N rh>!k
    rkey and all the tnmmlngs and
    topped off by plum pudding in
    flaming brandy will be served ir
    the mahogany-panelled dining
    halt
    TticTv- will be an opportunity
    for the King To slip off nil shoe*
    a id have a short snooze before
    he broadcasts to Britain .-.ini the
    world from his study at 3 pin.
    Q M.T.
    Then comes a gala tea party
    complete with large iced fruit
    cake smothered in r.eli irm;
    favors and paper hats
    Since naving .. few sunny day -
    any lawns and grass plots have
    v like NO WAY OUT or been cut, a job which acts as a
    Ith pathos vou may not Ilka it la althei wonderful face-lifter for a garden.
    , case, you will prolianlv h* shock- and mokes such a difference lo
    hatwnan 'd by It. 1m! von ^ ill not lorget it. the look of the whole place. Nov.-
    To quntr Frederick CVlfeel, head too that the ground is still in a
    lor
    ItOSSw ORU
    ?
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    ihuu> .
    OUR VERY OWN is delight- "' ',l** Ameri. an Negni
    fully entertaining Itg warm "NO WAY OUT
    human appeal and sensible hand- negr-
    1 D of an interesting theim the real aplontlon
    maka a walaoma charuu from rtmettva tfftet
    Miperllcial and so-called EOphni- unreasoning hatred"
    Heated entertainment.
    NO WAY OUT
    One of the most deadly serlnu-
    and starkly realistic (11ms evei
    to be shown in Barbados is now
    playing at the Ernpln i
    Entitled NO WAY OUT d*als .
    with the explosivi- ubjed Of
    rare hatred and is handle*! with
    briit.il si i.light forwardness N- .
    punches are pulled, anil ih<
    expressions of hatred, verbal ann
    uti.i- i-i- an allowed inn pla)
    ith no curtailment Tin not
    film for the squeamish, show- |
    >g as it noes the cruelty of
    prejudice, as personified in one
    oharaatar, and race prejudice In
    it., lowest aspects However, it
    also csnpliasizes the innate decen-
    cy and humanity which are al-
    ways to be found In members of
    both races, and it is these ele-
    ments that make one realize
    there is hope of a solution foi
    this bitter controversial subject.
    Ibg plot concerns a young
    Negro interne, who is assigned to
    two white brother-, brought into
    the hospital after a street fight
    One Of the brothers dies, and the
    other, a |ycholic negro accuses the doctor of murdering
    him. In order to establish his
    innocence, the interne aks that
    an autopsy be performed. This
    is refused by the head of the hos-
    pital, on the grounds that It is
    not necessary in the meantime.
    the remaining brother persuades
    his dead brother's wife to incite
    the hoodlums of Beaver (anal
    to riot against the Negroes and
    avenge her husband's death
    The negroes are Informed that
    trouble Is pending and the climax
    ol the Iilm is a race riot between
    black and white. The young
    doctor, realizing that the hood-
    lum's hatred of him Is the cause
    of the disaster, gives himself ui>
    lo the police for the murder ot
    < mai thereby forcing an
    Theatre softened condition from the recent
    t ir' ' rang the opportunity should be
    It is taken to give lawns and paths a
    the ite- dally rolling for a week or so, 1.
    d and Is surprising how much regular
    rolling improves turf, giving It
    Juat that well groomed appear-
    ance which makes such a differ-
    ence. Not only that, but a firm
    smooth surface means a much
    closer and more even cut with the
    lawn-mower, which cannot cut
    the grass evenly If bumping over
    uneven ground
    -I
    If you have not already done
    so, beg a few bits of Verbeoa
    from a friend and stick them In.
    They will quickly take root at
    this time, and when bearing tlicy
    make a lovely bright splash of
    colour in the garden Verbena is
    accommodating too, and look,
    equally well on a bank to hanjt through
    Liiiiaij red
    i in*) in.i
    .1.111(1 O.fl !
    I-1 sad I
    n|a - .'1 i
    tuts ball U> mil lo piny viili (Si
    laqM (ami.),)! lo DTK
    tut mhuSvis hi th.n pn*
    mu M. 1*1
    uuianit) i" iiiact *n
    iipait. ii i* Mnrub i>
    *.! It OUI I*'
    * 13 DOTO
    iMV whsel abo*. grvuM it>
    ilwUS UU aomelllliM |rl> .
    I.U.1-C after it. (Si
    Kim OOni to ClialiK' "' '
    .1 a gui* i5i
    A iDarpnsss of apprtiu ycinnii
    (41 i. By y or hji. ft
    Ulia fou a duel irire Uinctiy diwcviiiliiig (8|
    All agofl perlmpn IB
    Al '.in. U n-ii .
    J* Across
    auguqis U> irt to lodge.
    Not tn iree n* the *
    liOl
    over, or in a bed below a low
    wall, in which case it tends to
    grow up against the wall so pro-
    viding nice long stems for pick-
    ing. In a flat round bed it is
    also very attractive, and will c*i-
    llnue lo flower for many weefcV
    It has been a terrible year tor
    slugs, these garden pests, com-
    paratively new to our Island, have
    done great damage In most
    neighbourhoods Slug hunting
    has l>ecome quite a well known
    after dinner sport, which is the
    time the slugs come out from their
    lairs. A count of one hundred
    killed, is not unusual for one
    evening In a garden of any size
    Rut more about these fiett-
    another time
    Have yon any Gardenlns
    Question you would Mke to
    isk or any garden Inform*
    Uon you could paaa on that
    would be of Interest to other
    gardeners?
    graphs and verses.
    Shaw commences his Guide
    follows:
    "Where, marking of two
    roads the junction.
    "Our blacksmith, master of
    his function.
    "Has on my iron gate en-
    sc rolled
    'Shaw's Comer up In latlag|
    bold."
    Following Shaw through the
    village, the guide continues;
    "A cottage next displays no
    good work,
    "Daubed as it is with bogus
    woodwork."
    There is a picture of a tree In
    his garden and he rhvmn
    "Like Shakespeare I possess
    a mulberry.
    But tlnd its fruit .ri some-
    what dull ben \ "
    Then there Is a picture of thv
    Manor House and Shaw cannot
    resist referring to the present
    plight of "Urtlatn's
    Homes" Pointedly, he
    "This haU the Man
    Is called.
    Edward the Sixth its lord
    installed,
    "No lord can now
    dwell then
    "And guarantee the building's
    welfare."
    Shaw potters all the way
    this tiny Hertfordshire
    'ine evening will be spent
    0X0* ..round the Yule log and in
    lowing a "double feature" Bin)
    how in the ballroom For those
    f the party who are still hun-
    ry there will be a cold buffet
    'left-over'* available.
    Kir*: George VI revels in his
    Id-fashioned Christmas holiday
    which he stretches well into
    ed to sandringham on Thurv- January. He likes nothing bettor
    than to change Into tweeds and
    I m-t Che popular countrj
    squire'' of Sandringham.
    I.N.S
    A Twin Idea for You !
    mm. * .
    Give yourself
    a lovely
    decorated with holly and mi'1
    toe and with the bright re
    Stately
    wiute:
    r House
    afford to
    .'illage. rhyming about the post-
    office, the inn. the "new" ITlh
    century ehunh, and ends
    I'uide with
    "Now there is nothing
    for me to tell,
    "Thanks for your shilling (14
    cents) friend;
    "and fare thee '
    Already the villagers are saying
    they are certain Ayot St. Law-
    rence will become a second Strat-
    ford on Avon (Shakespeare':-
    Mrth-place) which is Britain's lop
    show place for visiting Americans
    IN S
    Standard Kit......$2.73
    Refill Kit (mhjle mod; . $1.43
    used by 25 million American woman!
    I". a riaoDCT or thi toni division oh
    Bif; K.K.O. Deal
    in. i Warner liroth.
    producing team of Jerry Wai nri Norman Krajoa have, artei
    two nuinths of bargaining, signe.-
    wiui i: Kir. Howard Hughes ..
    pad calling Tor them lo product
    60 itK.O. pictures In the next fl\<
    years. Involving an investment i i
    *5".iii>0.000.
    In 1943 Kraana received an Aca
    demv Award .for the best origin.);
    green play. 'Trinceas O'Rourk--
    winch tie also directed.
    Wald Is the producer of the
    much praised "Johnny Belinda,'
    "Task Force." and of "The Man
    Who Came to Dinner"
    WAR BETS
    LONDON.
    The world-famous Lloyds Insur-
    ance Brokers are quoting 50 to 1
    against a world war breaking out
    before September 1, 1951.
    The company has Insured the
    Canadian 1'hilalehc International
    Exhibition against hostilities start-
    ing before it opens ln that month
    at a premium of two per cent, on
    the insured value of the stamps
    I.N.S
    Two Views
    On TV
    ROME
    Pope Pius had this to say at.out
    lllms and TV; "They take up a
    great deal of the time f< rmeriy
    devoted to the printed work. We
    leeognise their artistic and
    uciiincal importance. But they
    are purely visual. The influcicu
    they exercise, especially on youth,
    contains such a threat of intellec-
    tual decay that already '.ney are
    considered as a peril to all man-
    kind."
    NEW YORK:
    Tinned beer anil TV sets n
    the home bring anguish to Amen-
    can piibkcepcrs. It is nuninj;
    business. Listen to one of them
    My former customers say; Tony.
    I got my own set now arid drink
    out of my own jug. And I eon
    leave my shoes off."
    Only one soap gives your
    skin this exciting Bouquet
    ...l.Jl. Ol 1*1.: i.
    ii n do-b iu
    iiuii-mLih a lllllin II
    >.ul. 11 r> 11 Hhua. 14 Noar
    mat: lb Mmo: ;s oiw di. nido
    .' Ti*m: iS FMIUUC. U-n i.
    * . S "%. * taum^il. S
    ioia. o Sired r Sn 4 aaroat. *>
    1 4mi 10 i.^(....i iT^aan is
    Have you any
    plants or ratlin r*
    change?
    Mirpluk
    Write to "Gardening
    C/e The Advoeaie"
    and wateh this column for a reply
    I IN 4
    LONDON
    Minister of Labour George
    Isaacs disclosed that Britain's
    "welfare state" employs nearly
    one In four of the working
    population.
    The official figures an; Working
    (population. 23.500.000; -'ate em-
    ployees. 5,715.000.
    Isaacs said that the greatest
    numberO.MO.000 worked in
    (he nationalised Industrie?.. The
    second largest group 1.420 000
    are municipal government em-
    ployees LN 8.
    . 'Mil -
    ^ bther
    ! V. 11 with the :>h
    if Csuhmcre ft)uqiiet
    . the to4p containing tl Maatrf
    blended pctluincs. 'I"hi rxating
    l>iiu|uct leavei you assurfd of vour
    Iretti, dmimy feminine spprnl. 1 .-l.-
    nirr* Bouqucl Soap is hra\rnly for
    yam complexion SBPI t'-> '
    I WITH THf FRAGRANCE MtN LOVE
    >>-*
    Relieves
    you wont
    hear
    yourselt walk
    iNDIGESTION
    Yei lust
    of MACLEAN
    BRAND STOMACH POWDHR relieve*
    Ind;gc*iion pun sod discomfort I This
    wonderfully quick and effective relief
    from Heartburn, Flatulence, Nausea,
    Acidity and Stomach Pains due to In-
    digestion is made poeaibk by the fact
    that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH
    POWDER is a perfectly balanced
    deniific .'onnula.
    Make Meal Time*
    a Pleasure!
    Why go 00 suffering? Tryhsnaswaeaa
    to-day but make sure you act aanaaaa
    MACl HAN BRAND sTOMACH row /
    DHR besring the sigaarurs AUiX. C1
    MACLEAN* 00 book and canoe. I
    MACLEAN BRAND
    STOMACH POWDER
    laClsrka
    "MINNESOTA"
    iwjfk wartarsoof. son.iho, "Csouno-csi* 'uifmrt tout
    In great demand in many pattl of the Rsarld, MaaneaeUi"
    pleasea both for it. .maul, lasual design and for ira
    1 dw sohng raateml.
    " PuMylife" soles are reiue
    I non-skid, cushion-coninvt-
    :il>|e, rul.lmr-light,
    !.*.il'..-o.[land
    lough as you
    could pos-
    sibly need !
    rifled" uaper
    4ant heel-shane
    ivlite olinf to put a
    *pnng in your stop.
    CuxaA<5
    OF ENGLAND
    i'n in riAMl
    I 'M'KHCl
    C. a 1 Clark lid (Wholeiile onlr). Strest. Somtnst. fa
    LOCAL ACINTti AlK WS 1.. S CO. gARaADOa
    OUR VERY OWN
    IT HAS NEVER BEEN THE POLICY OF THE
    PLAZA THEATRES
    TO RECOMMEND YOU TO SEE ANY PICTURE
    HOWEVER IN OIIB VKRY OW.\ WE FEEL
    tiiAT"here is a pictcre that on SO FEW
    OCCASIONS THE MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY
    IS PRIVILEGED TO SCREEN - -
    -orII VERY OWX"
    IS SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL
    SEE IT WITH SOMEOKi. YOU LOVE VERY MUCH!
    So beautifully easy...
    so easily beautiful
    because Brylfoam cleanses so thoroughly yet to gently, your
    luir is infused with new :diance, r w psrkfr. I .;i
    vour mirror tell the storythe story of gluwi.4. glorious hair-
    hcalihl And Krylfosm makes
    your Iwir ; Ihw coonomical it is, too. Rrmcmber the speedy,
    fair. Ask for Brylfoani "no ee how beautiful your hair can
    be! In tubes, "he aumry and the largt Kaw**y die.
    there's more foam in
    Brylfoam.
    TIT ORIGINAL CIEAM SHAMPOO IN A 1UIE
    IMrtMMHHUHMM.tfWUW'>,^:^>:
    iViAiiM uom
    Clirisimoi News
    1950
    SAMUEL GOLDWYN
    OUR VERY 0W
    e.-, ANN IIYTH FARLEY GRANGER JOAN EVANS '-
    a JANI WTAH- AMNOvot*. k>hau)COO M*t-ooo V.
    Knows 2
    TO-DA' 1.4.T A aVJw p.m.
    and continuing daily 4.45 and K.3II p.m.
    Extra Special: The Musical Short "PIANO RHYTHM
    with JAN AUGUST
    l'# 1/1 THEATRE
    l IIIIIIH.I IO\\ X mmmmmm
    (NB. NO MATINEE ON XMAS DAY)
    SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2IT1I
    ISPEi'lALLV PREPARED ROAST REEF DINNER i
    i at
    las you really like it served in Ihe Ballroom from 7.011 m
    I p.m. lo 111.00 p.m. An Orchestra will play for Dancing. S
    Dinner and Dancing, per I'.-i .:, S4.00
    MONDAY. DF.CEMRKK U.YTII
    I CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA I
    will be aerved in our Decorated Ballroom
    sjj S.mdu h Ins. Cake and Christmas Fixings served with K
    Tea or Coffee K
    CocktaiK and Drinks as Ordered


    Entrance tlf
    ap iniliiH.s Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 7.00 p.m.
    nnwfmnnBnHnnB*H*Bn!i
    AN ATTRACTIVE DANCE PROGRAMME W
    HAS BUEN ARRANGED
    1


    SI M>\V. DECEMBER 24, lSu
    gVNDAi ADwm \tf.
    PACE SEVEN
    Delilah's Nightdress Is Coming DM^'b Dream: \ \ms Sior\
    In Caravan
    Circus
    LONDON luu
    tile la*JUoiia afMoB wul b\- In

    British maiitifaciuiiU nuuu.
    fan* uw wii i
    lA'cemocr 30th. In charge of the
    oxi>lilion. . first oi it- UDO,
    . .-> -kniunson of Tapluw,
    Britain's largest caravan dis-
    tributor
    Mr AoktMon inien.i
    d .'.,' Usa "merchant
    omvanB" of old. Now known as
    Van Kin*, he began by
    supplying 0UB1
    horn bed out families, took orrteri
    Irani one oi the Ministries, con-
    ducted his own advertising arm
    sales promotion, and has nnancvo
    thai traveUlnu vxhibuioii of Brilisli
    goods. More than twenty firms
    are co-operating with goods
    varying from caravans to corsets,
    horseboxes to households mop*.
    lingerie to j;;ts cookers. It Is
    hoped that tins enterprise will
    I i regular ..nnu-L event
    The exhibition will be upene.l
    in Porl-of-Spam on .'anuary 22nd
    by Sir HubTl Ranee. (;. I
    and Tobago. Support-
    ing him at the ceremony will be
    Mr. Aubre> Stark, the UK Trade
    Commijuiiincr m Trinidad, the
    lion Albert Ok
    ur. Industry and
    C i> in in a i e rj IIMl Mr Duff-
    Urquhart. President of the Trini-
    dad Chamber of Commerce.
    The garment which caused the
    greatest wniallfai II London's
    preview was the 'Delilah" night-
    dfl I: i. llufU ited here and
    cotisists of short pale pink satin
    Imlirn with a heart-shaped neck
    line an(| tiny cap sleeves, edged
    with narrow lace trimming, worn
    with ;, full Chiffon skirt draped
    from the waist, 'also edged with
    lace. The skirt hem is bound with
    satin to make the skirt swirl out-
    wards like an Eastern dancing
    dress It was inspired by the
    new (11m "Samson and DHil.-ih".
    In which Hedy Lamarr't costume-
    are accurately fashioned after the
    Mlnoan styles of 3.000 years ago.
    when wealthv women wore gowns
    with bare shoulders, bare mid-
    riffs and silt skirts, in fabrics
    woven of sold and silver thread,
    and hrornrle* nf I'ure silk.
    All the swim-suits, nightdresses,
    lingerie. COfltl *! Dial shown
    were suitable for the West Indian
    climate Fine nylon tricot mesh
    wi'h frllllne. and on or off-
    Shoulder necklines made some of
    the prettiest nightdresses
    Poplin pylamas Intended for
    summer and winter were made
    adaptable by fixing an extra pair
    of long sleeves, and a separate
    collar to n short-sleoved open-
    MCked shirt Many pylamas had
    neat straps at the trmiser ankles
    to make a close fitting leg. There
    was n Chinese look about a three-
    piece Inuneinj! pyjnma set In
    poolin and u-ashim* taffeta, with
    block peg-top trousers tight fit-
    ting at the ankles, a brilliant
    magenta shirt, and a hlnrk Chin-
    ese tunic with high buttoned neck
    Much of the lac* used for trim-
    ming was nylonextremelv hard-
    wearing, quick-drying and decor-
    ative
    Swim suits wefe mostly of
    satin lastex. One had a broken
    printed stripe which formed the
    l> O. IIOAII
    was :iha\j* dreaming.
    and so Christmas morning was
    Daddy was old
    and gvsv. but his mind
    was clear-as a he! and although
    the) war*
    'img with good
    Of long*
    ago.
    In this little shabby boiaw, u
    i iiiiirniiig. bul
    no hurry to get
    up in his old faded pyjamas,
    It]
    B 'hiding in on his hce.
    Slowly he sat up In bad. and
    i at the
    knock, to*
    hlfl little gninn
    ing hi* paper
    1 '
    i wake
    yet? this i iirning."
    na
    child looked arnazed Daddy.
    .i eyes?"
    i Daddy an-
    wrrrt "Nothing C*1H I wax
    God sont me so
    Sings this Christmas
    R awntn The child
    ti med to wash the goblet ..mi
    I ih fresh water I>. Mf
    dipped the coffee and smiled
    wag looking all around the
    hi in fi he had
    ilieanil iboul the. new black
    xirit to arear to Church the
    hoes he had seen In !.'- dream
    gh loins, Mid nen locki the
    table with ., large dlah 0| '".it
    .veil ,i hi W d
    II,- iv.,
    good thine rja
    and in the D
    ha taw I. old wife mi
    4 vears ;igo. Anothei call)
    up y
    H knew tha .......
    woman came to his bedgid* and
    and handed him a cake of rare*!
    ,p u .... f""
    kaj this chrlsti'
    Voii btesr anything from \ <
    N chlla.-, answered Da.l.l> -till
    but uh see hei mother
    il doorway, am.
    much uh il ik good
    to be a dreamer yean ano
    ye.hi-s ago I beni dreaming but
    thfel year Is the best. Something
    -i place before the da>
    Well wash yuh hWsj wlW
    ": *oap. r<*ad yuh prayer*
    whatever uh get. uh wil i
    BBB for you." And hi." |
    icirtibt'iir was gone
    tubbad hi bagtdi bo
    Either, and lot I
    il a 'plant
    ' half of
    dnink he
    reached for his pipe to get a
    -v rial '-.i that shout-
    village a drum was
    ..nd there, was a big
    W th. Itg nose at his door
    IChtlfj cajna In breath -
    i id hugced him up "Daddy
    Verona come she
    filarr," In ., tnlntne/
    :o the car, ami
    kiss's and hug. told the tale
    Fv cenw to upend Christmas
    JHih you. 1 came all the Wlj
    Eton) Canada by TCA
    sr<.:shJy dressed young woman.
    : fly the house seemed
    Mw a castle The Car let wi i
    N> vhboui' brought
    I rrvl and put on the table, and
    sliii led to unpack,
    P -id' aw in neu suit his j
    ..-k new tie, and rvcrvthinsj
    . rweel >> mi (tin-
    rtada
    Vernnn*' one ihotrghl was the
    b) i and so In her bright
    >.i. she hissed
    Daddy, ami made for the see-
    nfore to ba i*t .iptiioit in wari
    Harl>adn- a
    HI I'll III
    III I II I
    TIibi i*-i- 1 TSpf->*a. a-** and
    wqw Mk Jouna mMMl (>( aj
    ..mm B.-.T.. AU eawi
    nSlt ->ll> a i*al .nlU'aMc
    l>lt>. Will, .lion* .nil MM I.
    ..n*d. H >. lha hr.U will".
    ci\ cnlW Suunaaa iiii broke"
    - i hi- rn- IfxrMWtt hmne*% of
    trunlUnf.
    Tor full drUlU anil Tt** BookiM
    wrtW i
    IEASIXT.S LTO, IW.I IN
    4 Celt* t*NL LaM. Vi.aMtaM
    Asthma Mucus
    loosened First Day
    Ih.-i t ut roualunt, anaviiuf rhok-
    \xm allarlu of B-..L tlUa or AaUlm.
    ruin >our !**) a.nJ anarav Bnotb*-
    4r or nlahi wltliout tiring *CN
    I1ACO. Ttila fraai mailli-lna ! aot a
    amok*. tnla-Mlon or a&rSy, bul <*
    throufh Iba blood, thua raarMna lli-
    ' * and brttMohlal lulu
    Soaping" dulls hair
    HALO qfoii/feS'l/
    f
    Italy
    ir III W a I !- ___
    --imilaafraor WaalMns and _.
    . i#fraahm*al.aa. I H.lpaaJla-'
    and ra-
    , I. T*o.
    ound*'
    ._ i.ii.,'.^tiT
    -h.tola, ->
    ITnj'ii j'es;
    MPaCO frora
    BY THE WI Hill
    i.i.i n:ic
    Eczema Itch
    Killed In 7 Minutes
    Voar akin has n^.trlr W million '"
    ' a mi" l.rrtl.l.- Ucblna i rnrhUlft
    l->ima, r!ii.f fini i.r- v i
    ringworm, I'BorlBBU, Hlmkri.-ail-.
    I'imptrB, Foot 11- h aafl othar blni
    INMM ordlnnrv ttralnwnta alYe nly
    paran r.-ii-f I- -uic tin t1->
    I ill lha Bn ih aua* Th*' ntw dl..-,-\
    or. Nlaaaarm, billa Ih- |>nM In 7
    ' .luula- anil la a-OHianlaml MI" on
    i\ anft. rlaar, aflrallv. amoolli akin
    aiBBty |uiik.i(<' (1*1 nuariuil.p.l
    N iodarmfioui>-,>Ur.'hriiilBlH-l-vana
    Nixoderm SraafS
    Tor Skin Treaties treHHa,
    N t*. "aoapinit" yo.t halt wilh ***n nnrM
    liquid nt r .in ahampooa hld iia natural
    I with dulhi>K .u.p film.
    Halo dBataini no ..^ uc sticky ous
    inInn lo-duil yoor haii'i tiatufal Iuj
    kni| m. Hahi hfingaout thiin-
    mrrinK hsM-l.-hu |i> fragrant lathrr rinan
    imigBinny kind of water need* no
    afifT-r>ne. V**1' lhai'l hatrous, uar Halu.
    tfMMBM W' iwtswr mtMk
    |A*>* /ir.wvrf oaf* Halo gimi asv im>4 mifwa! fsoW*.
    veals lie MHei bciu!> ol your hair
    Doi
    flE NI01ITDRE8S. coniilniK of bolero-top and separate fan i-.
    ug klclrt innplrfifl by Hwty LaBaarra eotnme> In Paramount | fl i
    a-m-on and D-lilnli
    /he aiiort satin bolero ha- a asart ihaped nficlcllue and tiny i;..,
    -letves, edged with narrow lace trimming, and tli- full rblffon ik....
    drapea from the walot. 1* aNo edged with lac. Tha skirt hem ...
    hound with tin to mstrfa the bolero and make the skirt nvlrl Ml
    wsrdH like -n Eastern dancing dreu.
    Designed by SlenderoIU. it wan *hown at a London preview o.
    fashions specialty created for oversea* market-.
    words "Thin Is It" in scarlet on crepe, and net combined with lace
    a white ground. White satin were used for some of the other
    petal cuffs to the br.i i Ding IDWDs. For tha larnei.
    concealed buttons for detachuble older woman, was n white moss
    shoulder straps crepe embrwdered with fine
    An entirely new fabric for diagonal stripes in silver beadim1
    SWiin-sults Wai lime salln lastex A thlfloti stole diaped the should-
    brocade. *'Je.er" wns a tWO-
    Sii rayon lagtaa, with one
    alf white and the other blue. In nil, the Exhibition will tour
    There were "trlkshorts" and the Caribbean islands for about
    -km- which are pleated M that four months, hut Its route has not
    the pleats fold concertina-wise yet been finally decided. To en-
    ha aaaj prickinc able ragManta in nda
    Materials Used for travel t-oats islands to visit the Exhlbiti
    and suits were
    .Might baratheas. The ._.
    colour was Pebblea cool stone ing special rate concession* or
    'l.in planes.
    Black Chanlilly lace and chif- ., _
    fon is most popular for cocktail Ne Jtutt Of dollar*
    dresses. The bodice enJ? SSa!
    mounted on fleth coloured chiffon caravan trade fair to the Middle
    and the black 4drt chiffon Is in- Wl .vh.ie he wil
    IrlCltely draped at the waist to slwrn- and wtl llrttish goods In the
    rail into foldi over the hips. main streets of America at th-
    Enu naaiMi run lace, pure silk state Fairs.
    Dew t'iiiioren.
    Christmas is here again with i'-1
    i 'kiting and ineinmenl | supposvl
    041 have prepared your gifts mid'
    mi them to your friends already;
    the Tiny Tot* will be hanging ufl
    ifv ir stockings to-night and anx-
    , i' lv looking forward to ojienins
    i to-morrow Amid It all let
    ot forget the llrst Christmas
    on that
    I there 1-
    old- lash lont'd balance-scale
    which has a capacity of forty
    pounds.
    Only f"ui different weights are
    needed to enable the storekeeper
    to weigh any amount up to 40
    pound* "n this scale. Om
    these is. of course, one pound.
    What are the other three.'
    The weighing is done only in '"'l ** great gift U. on th-t
    .nds^so no fractional ^jSlSfkJTtj tVS
    O&bW*'*'-''-'''
    ARE VOL' i ll \im I"
    niTH RHI'.t'MATIC
    PAINS?
    it hole pounds.
    i. eights must be
    p*HSW aq i
    *U -pl|ll I
    r:dered.
    n mnod r> hi d"
    I .!!.uw iaii-.ui-
    HSnJi -"II Mil*
    TEN TO ONE
    happy Christmas and lot* of fun
    Yours very truly,
    CHILDREN'S EDITOR
    DRAT THAT FLY
    LONDON
    A graduate studying biology at
    I.ondon University built a machine
    lo measure a house fly's horsc-
    i .t .ind discovered 11 produces
    |c power when il flaps its wings.
    The man who discovered this.
    CH1PPENHAM. EN0
    A miHiK won his way to free-
    dom In a shopping bag and
    escuped from eight rats and two John M. Smith, sold the fly was a
    dogs. "most inefficient insect as it watt- .
    A Chippenham woman resident ed Utwecn 96 to V9 per rent of Its I
    ... tllwwii lhl' two o** ln ncr automobile. The machine is made of a sieve.
    ,vei g Mio.Ming iron, a portable phono-
    tlash caniern. Smith
    uftlcator" because it
    pet! out and escaped. produced 50,000 little hits of fluff
    IN S per cubic fool. I N J*
    . .-, ~._ T. j V.....i ,. .1, Svi Klii^n ""- lWu dK5 "l "*'' auti.lliobl e The maehine
    travel coats islands to visit the Bxhlblt on H#r clBht rn|a n d aoldarlaa iron.
    ainlv light while ,t is la TriaM "r''';hlooked the shopping bag. When giiph *nd I K
    Kfrg S^JSSi? &T TLEJSf't '"' !*' "- "' hc bank, -he failed a "$
    BIG BUSINESS
    LONDON.
    Records of ihe flrst year of
    operation of Britain's National
    health service showed a total of
    24.000.000 callers at national in-
    surance offices in the 12 months.
    t'.P
    I'ROMFic COW
    DECKER. Man
    Harvey Murray has a really
    productive cow. In the last three
    years: she has given birth" to five
    calves, two siots of twins and -i
    single calf All are alive and well.
    C.P
    Not All Converted
    A sign outside a
    London Church
    everyone who enter
    is converted Please
    handbags, etc." (C.P)
    ELFPHANT FORGETS
    MONTREAL
    Major C Claude v.
    lecture tour after 30 years in
    India, told an mi-
    does sometimes forget.
    He said the elephant is_ remark-
    able animal, but not because of his
    inenttn.
    t] [ qrfl
    C.P
    $5 TO 1
    LONDON.
    weR-knowu Th* National Hunt Committee
    ramr "Not '"l*"* l*>dv of atwapleehaalng..In
    eh Bnuin. ref-
    atch
    -v.
    |i
    i
    c
    NImply* applr
    SXIHOOI I
    lo the affeeled parta and J.
    rid yourself of agony \*
    HACROOL
    OONQl'FRH
    ...PAIN 5
    On Sale at
    KNIGHTS DRUG STORES i
    If your hair is on the DRY side -
    there urc Ihrer good nBHOM for using Sllvikfin Hair Tonic Lonon
    wirn on. Ii tupplm the natural oil* thai dry hair lacks; (' '"
    eoccllcni. lasting drct^ing and a lonK lonon
    loo, it contaim Pure Sil-ikrln, Ihe hair's
    natural food. Remcmhei jhose last two
    words, wirn on. when you tikforlt.
    Frvmallchfmiitt,hutnlre1
    i and m
    [
    SilVikrin
    lotion With oit
    fftin ',
    tfjy tuck d/eivnv uio Sll.ikrlo
    i torairlooofvovoilable wit/i
    irfioof oil, ccrorrfing to your
    of dond'uff i
    a dally (ivfc d/eiiing uin Sll.ikflo
    HKIfcrlKU**-*!.'!-ll t4
    to adhi
    Government's offlciul
    rate of 2.80 dollars to the pound
    The R;ieing CUandaa DbMb]
    nubllcation of the hoi
    iuthoriUes in Britain, i
    that for racing purposes there
    shall be five U.S. dollars to 1.
    Entry in the (/.rand National
    rare i;. limited to horses which
    nughly hiive won threc-mlli
    hlch is no better than rMeptechase* worth 300 or two-
    one, cat or dog. mile 'chases rth *;4001^a,hi,:r_
    mi and $2.000 -INS
    la *Mtvl i&r
    POND'S
    Ruperfu Autumn Primnme4l
    'Z^zm
    FaUowing ihe old tuntV
    Ndsra. Hupcri nukci h ^
    hfOBgh the wood iiwl .nio ihf oorr
    "Good. no
    n I mb,"
    lidwaid Tt^.!

    l-dwitd.
    .-JfllHd itl d
    > 'glf ptimroi*. I don'i
    ffcfr* j: Say." hit) lc-'* n
    I'vs go> b
    ' >tl |h ieri mm i
    hstdlt p*; I i
    -
    Pt\B'% COID till iM '..i-lranscundsoflpn
    your skin
    Sirs VANIMISC CMAM
    to protect your ikin by day and lo hold your
    powder matt.
    &&.C. ELECTRIC
    ' LOVELIER SKIN IN 14 DAYS
    FOR 2 WOMEN OUT OF 3 BY
    I'ALMOLIVE BEAUTY PLAN
    Thinv-iiifir dOCCOTI irtChiuTrflg
    Ir.idini; kin sprri.ilini-
    plctrd 14-day tests Of thr Palnmlivc
    Beauty I'lati Oil 1 .'t'l.f, wnmen "t ;i!l
    ages and rvrry type Of itttt. They
    report a definite, n0ffMft>lf IniplUVb-
    iiiftit in the complexiom "1 a wfimen
    out of 3 fnipported by ligocd *le-
    ments by the women ilinu-Ki
    These were tnon| ill'" iinjniAfitiriits
    Jf<^ &t**^B*e& ^A<****
    IMISH'S I 111 PSMDIB: clinging
    perfumed, sceinliflcally blended for
    a glamoruusly matt complexion.
    reported:
    fj*
    Q\
    v
    Co'
    t*
    Blemih*
    fewer
    .....Fresher, smoother
    Brihter. clearer
    ">un
    'oo*,
    "t
    PIM'I lll'UKK smooths
    go cauily onto your lips; the
    rich vibrant coloui itaya on
    and on and on.
    Here is a range of beauty products used by lovely society women every-
    where. Simple and Inexpensive, they .ire all you need to keep you looking
    flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them
    at all the best beauty cou' I
    rhcCB.C
    LTadc that it
    lied aii nun >
    :. ire tod never ocedi
    itfi rand up o
    1 climati *'. %?
    Solid chromium-plitaa
    hand's inor poruifig
    coi<*lo lock.
    THE CITY GARAGE FADING CO. LT0.
    BRIDGETOWN BARBADOS
    SfMKitNfWt, rW GINIMI Hi CTKK. CO IfD. 0' fNClANO
    Sec whiil thin Plan will do for your a kinin only 14 dava 1
    If you would likr your romplraion to be ai lovely as you have alway hoped h could be,
    try thr I'.ilinolivr Beauty Plan." It's to simple.
    This is all you do:
    1 Wi\h bssjp fait w\\h Patmolttt Soofi.
    2 Manage ilt rtih, Mot-oil lather into sear nfeh/er ont
    fmtt moult.
    t ttaai
    Start now, continue fbr 14 days. And prove as the
    doctors proved that if you krep your skin cleansed
    by Palmolive's beautifying olive-oil lather, you are
    mrf to . .
    KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION
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    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1JM
    Barbados^ advocate
    Sunday. Drccmbti 24. 1950
    I, I Mill .\EWS
    llli '..: ba*fl a Christ-
    ma* Eve when there was less peace and
    goodwill among men
    There can never have been a period
    when lies and hatred were so cherished
    by mankind and truth less honoured.
    In this year of ({race 1950. the minds of
    every man, woman and child capable of
    rational thought have imprinted on them
    one sign, the sign of the question mark?
    What will happen next? Will the world
    be destroyed by the atom bomb? Will a
    new barbarism, the idolatrous worship of
    man by man replace the millenia of wor-
    ship of the Divine by human beings'*
    The Christian can only pray not.
    This Christmas Eve must be for Chris-
    tiana an eve of prayer.
    What is being challenged today is the
    Christian way of life. It has always psjgsj
    challenged. And Christianity would be
    meaningless without the Cross.
    Today we stand in spirit at Bethler.em.
    There in a stable yard, because there wi>
    no accommodation in the hotels and guet*
    houses. Christian! believe that God HI
    born of the blessed Lady whom He had
    chosen from all eternity to be His Mother.
    Christians have from that date quar-
    relled and disagreed amongst each other:
    they have been intolerant of each other's
    consciences and convictions, they have
    fought one another, but throughout all
    their disagreements and divisions, believ-
    ing Christians have never given up their
    fundamental belief that the Holy Child
    born in Bethlehem on the first Christmas
    Day was the Creator of the world in which
    we live.
    It is not surprising therefore if Chris-
    tians honour God baftm man. Nor is it
    surprising that where the Faith and truths
    Of Christianity are linnly entrenched in
    the countries of the world that there th>
    resistance to materialistic and atheistic
    Communism is greatest.
    The Christian cannot worship any other
    than the Christian Cud. The Christian
    cannot worship Man. And the god of
    atheistic Communism is Man.
    The world has travelled far since the
    false rosy dawn of the nineteenth century.
    The French Revolution was but the pre-
    cursor of a scries of revolutions. The child-
    like faith m Science, in Progress in the
    Parliament of the world has been aban-
    doned long since by the greatest brains of
    this century and many of the greatest in-
    tellects have come hack to the fount and
    source of all intellect, the worship and
    praise of God.
    But the enemies of Christendom have
    with all the traditional guile and trickery
    of the Enemy, made capital use of the
    pseudo-intellectual belief thHl no educated
    person could believe in Cod. Today there
    is still no room at the inn. because men
    and women have refused to use their
    reason. Pinning their childish faiths in
    the newest philosophy, chasing after the
    newest religion, blaspheming and insult-
    ing the very God to whom they owe their
    origin, the enemies of God have gone
    marching onward like true soldiers of the
    Devil. They have achieved great conquests
    and as love is driven out. so hate steps in
    to fill the vacuum.
    Never before have the evil tidings of
    "hate your neighbour" been more broad-
    cast through the world than today. Even
    in these tiny particles of Earth, the West
    Indian islands, new generations are being
    sedulously schooled not in the first prin-
    ciple of the Christian catechism to love
    God and to worship Him in this world and
    the next, but in the dogma of Marx which
    is fundamentally to hate your neighbour
    with all your might, to get all you can out
    of him in this world and since there is no
    other world, to behave without any other
    standard of right or wrong than the naked
    fist.
    How empty, how flat, how stale and un-
    profitable are the uses of this kind of
    world.
    How sweet, how pure, how holy, how-
    inspiring, is the good news brought by
    the angel on that first Christmastide.
    "/ the MM4 country then wire shepherd*
    airalif in the fields, keeping might Wmtoh$t
    over their Jloefcf, And all it MM an angel of
    the Lord cauu mid stood by them, and tin
    glory of II" Lord thon* about them, so that
    they Wort OsWft..... with fear. But th<
    angel said to thrm, Do nut be afraid! behold.
    I bring '" Bj rejoicing for
    the whoU ptoplt
    fail day in thi Ttavii, s Saviour
    has l>< >'i SOD rd Christ him-
    ttlf Tlo- it <>" "> rh you are to
    know '"' you will 4d a child still in nosvf-
    dUruj doiht I, hi'"') fa n
    m nosWia a ntultitndt of the heav-
    mi., rod to tin
    . Glory
    i-th i

    WHY WAS THE LESLIE HOWARD PLANE SHOT DOWN?
    ANYTHING
    A Seven-1 ear-Old CANHAPPEN
    Mystery Solved -And u Doe*
    in
    ad ten
    res
    ton Churchill has Just
    solved the mulcry of even-
    ear-old air crash In '
    people were killed, including
    Leslie Howard, the film star
    The mvslcrv began on the
    orning of June 1. 1043, on the
    rmac at Lisbon airport. A twln-
    iKine civil airliner with a Dutch
    ew of four stood readv to take
    r for London
    It was a regular service for non-
    ilitary passengers from a neutral
    UBtrj The service had always
    t>cen permitted by the (.erntans:
    t brought the morning papers
    rorn London for their emb*i*v
    ii I>inrinn
    Thirteen passengers boarded the
    ilaiiF. There was the Usual group
    d onlookers officials, diplomatic
    ind foreign
    ijents.
    11/ MlrM HOIf l\
    At B 30 art
    tcaded over r
    1MB, three I
    n parent rea*
    ml down by 1)
    was found Nona n
    I washed ashore.
    Many qui-'i* n* wei
    n *jy vox the Luft
    tri Hill plow
    li took off and
    )
    tier, tor no
    the airliner wu
    \-/is. No wreck -
    we of Ihe Ixrflles
    asked.
    affe to in-
    on ifi nor-
    plane carrying Allied
    the nert move after
    nan defeat In North
    wa-
    plan*
    the <
    Afrtr
    (. '. (he German* merely
    10 assassinate Leslie
    Hotrard. u'ho had just complet-
    ed a successful anti-German
    propaganda mission in Spain
    and Portugal
    'Planned*
    l i she Howard mw Use
    truth la knswn
    Agate wrote of hln

    i 1 i
    Ht
    i the
    Of ail the ti..-in.-- the
    Uon of Leslie Howard gained
    lost belief. It was the one ul-
    /ays accepted by Konald Howard,
    le actor's son.
    Ronuld Howard declared: "My
    death was deliberately
    il aimed by the Germans.
    The) wen* angry over the
    lamagc my father did to the years
    >t propaganda work they had
    iirefully carded out in the Ibe-
    .iii lYwinsula
    A Mask
    Leslie Howard himself grimly
    milci'lined this apparent truth just
    MtfON h left Nrllain in April
    943.
    ptor was modelltng his
    mlrmt bust The film >.'..ir told
    dm it WSS! more like his death
    nask, for Howard had a premon-
    tion of early death
    Now ut last the mvslcrv has
    .h. .ii fleered up. The key to
    li < itc Mr Alfred T. Chen-
    Mllt, w< althy income-lax expert,
    of CtuMI iTv-Lme, lxindon
    Ills Cigars
    ioi nanj rears Alfred Chan-
    helbl wag chuffed because he
    looked nke Winston Cmir.htll
    He ainuked rux-and-a-half inch
    double Corona cigarslike Mr.
    Churchill
    lie had tin- same pink cherubic
    fflco. He wore bl.uk homburn
    hats.
    He went to Marienbad every
    yew before the war to reduce the
    portliness of his figure, but he sUll
    looked like Mr Churchill.
    Alfred Chenhalls didn't mind
    Hi. .half becSUM Churchill was
    his hero.
    Never could he imagine, how-
    OVOT, that he was to die on the
    morning of June 1. 1943, at the
    age of 43. because he teas so much
    Mr. Churchill's double.
    T.syest Man'
    lie was ope Of the 13 traveller'
    OB that l.lsltnn-London plane.
    ChenhalW. brilliant chartered
    accountant, numbered among his
    In-utelc celebrities of film and
    theatre. He wns likeable James
    liut, more important to the
    Government, Chenhalls was *Ui
    authority on foreign income tax.
    He had been wounded in the first
    world war, and he was now work-
    ing for the Treasury.
    Chenhalls had flown out to
    see Sir Samuel Hoare, our
    Ambassador in Madrid, on a
    confidential mission. It was
    merely coincidentaland a good
    coverthat he wan returning
    with Leslie Howard, who hap-
    pened to he one of his clients.
    The Name
    At the airport two German
    agents kept watch, alerted by the
    news that Churchill was due to
    lly back to Britain from Algiers
    The*ugenu took one look at the
    passenger list. They saw the
    name of CHENHALLS not so
    unlike CHt'ltCHIIJ., to n German
    They saw a somewhat corpu-
    lent figure on the tarmac, war-
    ing o belted blue melton overcoat
    and black homburg. The man
    was chubby-cheeked. Jovialand
    smoking a long cigar.
    It was Chenhalls He loved
    kimkI things. He bought his hats
    Old Hond-street. his overcoat* "*..,.,
    ti... K.,..' tad..* ....j Me -nurciuii
    being attackt: by several enemy
    planes."
    Next news rme from the
    German High Command. It
    issued a statement that it* recon-
    nauaance plane* had shot down
    a transport alrcraf over the
    Atlantic
    When men of the Dureetahire
    Regiment entered Hamburg in
    May 1943 they found at the Ger-
    man air headquarters a report
    confirming tht five Heinkels ha
    destroyed the machine fron
    Lisbon
    Tlajlial'
    Last week, in hu **r memoirs
    which have just besa serialised.
    Mr. Churchill wrote of that laie-
    ful plane journey;
    "Bdan andi I Hew hoane U-
    gether by Gibraltar. As my
    presence in North Africa haa
    benn iull> lYperted. the Ost
    ruuiN were eaeeplioruUlt vfttJI
    an*, and tbl> led SB a traced>
    uiiuii much dutroaed me.
    "Tfce regular coninsrreial air
    craft waa about to start Ircaa
    the Lstben alrlirld whrn
    tbick-Ml man smoking a cigar
    walked op aad was thought to
    be a aaaasaaof on u. The -.
    man agents therefore slgnslle.
    that I was on board. Althoudi
    uaeae neutral paasengrr pUnr*
    piled unmolrstrd for aim
    months between Portugal .mi
    England and had earrteel sssb)
    civilian traffic, a German wai
    plane was instantly ordered out
    and the defenceless aircraft v.
    ruthlessly shot dawn."
    Mr. Churchill concluded
    '"Thirteen civilian aainrnrrr
    perlfuted, and among them the
    well-known Hrltlah film aclo,
    Leslie Howard, whose graer
    and guts are still preserved for
    am by the records of the man*
    datichtful films In which h<
    taok part. The brutality of tnt
    fierraans was only malchrd b
    the stupidity of Ibelr agenta. Ii
    la difficult to understand hou'
    anyone oould Imagine (hat with
    ii the reanstfers of Great Brit
    mi at my aUspoKal I should have
    hooked passHe In a neutral
    plane from IJ*bon and llow.i
    home In broad dayUsht. We, or
    course, made wide loop out
    by night tram Gibraltar Into
    the ocean. aaHt arrived horn-
    without Ineldeiit -
    One ol Two
    Mr. Churchill Knew why toe
    plane was attacked long i>eiuf
    most people. Three years after
    the tragedy, Mr> Churchill me
    Alfred ChenhalK* widow at a
    "It wus dxtegUul how you iot
    your husband,' said Mi >
    It? % iriiinia Kurhtin
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    Council"! annual roundup of odd accidents
    made public today includes
    A monkey motoriat striking a man;
    A boat colliding with an automobile on dry
    land;
    their usual pastime of
    by an automobile;
    A flagpole waving a man;
    A make-believe angel taking a bone-break-
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    Fish, engaged
    We wish all our Friends and Customers a
    'Very fHappy Christmas
    May You have the Gladness of Christmas
    Which is HOPE
    and the Spirit of Christmas
    Which is PEACE
    from the King's tailor, and his
    cigars from the shop in SI.
    Jnmes's-iitrcpt often patronised
    by Churchill.
    In his pocket was a soft leather
    case full of cigars as big as the
    one he smoked.
    But to the Natls the well tut- but
    up cigar-puffer looked very much Mr.
    "If oaa of our husband.s had
    to go." replied Mrs. Gwendolyn
    Chcnlialls, rJighnii, oould Best
    spare mine.''
    Mr. Ronald Howard said to me
    recoiitly: "I fait certain the
    Nazis meant to kill my father.
    I am bound U> accept
    Churchill'* explanation."
    like ihe Englishman they feared And the last word came from
    most of all. Mrs. Chanhalla at her London
    Was It conceivable? Was his flat recently: "Perhaps if Alfred
    travel by commercial airliner a had not bean so fond of
    subterfuge? cigars both he and Leslie Howard
    They overlooked, or ell i not would havo been alive today
    i.ut ice, that this snnlmg air But there is one consolation about
    traveller was younger and taller Alfred's death
    than Britain'), war leader. "If he could have thought he
    The C-ermaiis look no chances was aiding Mr. Churchill's sale
    A message was flashed through return by misleading the enemy.
    to the High Command I don't think he would have
    Three BOUT! later the airliner minded the manner of his dying'
    Bant Us last signal: "We are I..K.S.
    Sitting On The Fence
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    Some accidents are caused by monkey-
    business but never more so than one inci-
    dent in St. Louis. Alice, the city zoo's trained
    chimpanzee, became so giddy with applause'
    that she zipped off the stage on her motor (
    scooter, ran down trainer William Rogers
    and banged him up good.
    At Maysville, Indiana, an uninhibited |
    motorboat leaped out of trte White River
    and crashed into an automobile parked 201
    feet from the bank. Red-faced Emmetl
    Holsapple explained he neglected to shut the
    throttle as his boat neared shore.
    Two lish ended up traffic fatalities in Tole-
    do. Ohio. J. V. Short was driving on the
    flooded street in front of his home when he
    struck and killed the lish which had migra-
    ted from an overflowing pond in his yard
    A Fourth of July parade in SpringHeld.
    Massachusetts featured a unique lesson in
    patriotism. Henry Lefeave leaned out too
    far watching the parade from his third-flooi'
    window. On his way down he grabbed a
    flagpole attached to the building and held on
    along with Old Gloryuntil he was pulled
    through a second-story window.
    A Southerner hopes for better treatment in
    the hereafter than he received on his pilot
    run as an angel. Gary Wilmer. Jr., was por-
    traying an angel in an amateur theatrical
    in Atlanta. Georgia, only to come down with
    a bang. The cable supporting him above
    stage snapped.
    As a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox.
    Jack Bruner expected to take his umps on
    the mound now and then. bu. he wa
    knocked out while sitting on the bench ii
    Yankee Stadium. Bruner was perched on one
    end of the bench and pitcher Randy Gum-
    pert on the other. Suddenly Gumpcrt
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    landed on the ground so hard he bruised his
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    "The public demand for
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    ever."Essex chemist.
    SOMETIME in the years lo fol-
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    oesna,
    English highways will be ilent>
    English cities will be dumb. .'
    Silent but for gentle snoring, gen-
    tle snoring night and day; Bj
    In each cottage and each castlePi
    we shall sleep our cares away n
    We shall sleep and none shallL.
    wake us. wake us more forQ
    good or ill. !.'
    Tor the postman and the mllk-r
    man will have had their sleep-1
    ing pill.
    Like the butcher and the baker
    and the copper on his beat.
    They shall rest in cosy rsptureP
    with hot bottles at their feet.
    Sleeping, too, will be the hous
    wife as she lets the day go l>>.
    No more queuelng for the rations,
    or for goods in short supply.
    Sleeping, too. will be her children,!
    and Ihe dog and ral as well. M
    'While her husband snoras un-n
    troubled by the silent factory.!
    bell
    Those alone awake and busy In a
    world of velvet dark
    Will be (offee-nosed officials and
    the tax collector's nark;
    Thcv will still be asking ques-
    tions, they will still have forms
    to nil.
    While their victims, unrepentant,
    take another sleeping pill.
    Y.rv is the News
    NOW trade unionists want to
    i raagptad at all levels
    in th.- ll H< ,.s the corporation is
    ered -anti-working class",
    let us hop.- that my dreams of an .
    uncontrolled, uninhibited cocknev Mother Christmas
    reading tin- news will be realised ^~OOI) morning Fathci
    nt last. \J mat ..I in the
    This is the B.B.C. ome ser- papers how the modern child fears
    the news. And and dislike-
    cor stone im'up a gum tree what Yet. / was just poinp t ,i lovely packet It is tn the pnpers fellina (hem hou* I
    In Korea ordes of Chinks are tear and dislike the modern child,
    still nMViai larf OB the did frog but my fingers are too cold,
    and toad, and n You dislike the dear little Wd-
    their old plate- M meat as the) dies with bath shining, expectant
    ain't got much transport Firty eyes and their baby prattle?
    farsand are In Pyongyang and
    farsands and farsand* OS the
    so-and-sos ain't far orf Wong-
    poo, Pingpong, Dingdong. Ham-
    strung. Tlohum. and Howcum,
    or whatever thcv call their
    eathen ovcls.
    In the Ousc this arternoon
    they was askin %e some old
    cock-eyed questions about grub
    "Why aven'l we got no keys
    to open our sardine tins wiv?"
    "What's going to be the price of
    turkeys if we ave any turkeys?"
    "Why aven'l we got no eggs
    to go wiv the bacon we aven't
    got neither'"' They laughed
    like drains when the Food
    Minister said he couldn't elp It
    If ens didn't lay in the winter,
    which only goes to show what
    them poor miserable what-is-
    names will laugh at In the Ouse
    of Commons these days.
    The price of electricity's goui
    up. so don't use the electric iron
    too much for ihcm smalls, girl*
    So's the price of meat if the
    Argentinos coma the old acid
    And thanks to them Russian
    sweetheart*, so's your income
    tax, to find the dough-ray-me
    to pay for '.he stuff that goes
    bang bang bang,
    As for the wevver It's goln to
    be a proper basketsnow. ail.
    assst, tsuls, thunder jnd llghtnln
    and lumps of Ice droppln on
    vour old lo.if of bread if you
    ain't careful
    Well, that's the end <>r the six
    o'clock news, which Is bad
    enough But you wait till 9
    o'clock. I's going to be some-
    ihlnk shockin If 1 was you I'd
    lake the old trouble and strife
    to the ajcki till it's over; or
    bvttsf 'iii drop Into the old
    iiiii-;t-dul>-d.ib for arf o pig's
    car before you know the worst.
    Then are ho lono.r dear liffle
    fc.dd.ct. At (his lime of the tear
    (heir shfnino epei are filled with
    greed. Their baby prattle if full
    of shrewd questions, smart an-
    . and dirty cracks.
    How does the child of to-dav
    compare with the child of the
    i ,i--v
    The o'dp difference is thai Ihe
    child of tO'dOu has not hceii
    fauaht lo hide ill lust for uojse*-
    sion. Its blind roof ism. ana oiler
    evil passions.
    Don't you think it rather drcad-
    (ul to talk of the evil passions of
    a child in country where chil-
    dren are almost as popular aB
    dogs?
    Hare yon rtwrr seen the sadistic
    rxrifement in the eyes of a child
    al Ihe peuspecr of tcetna another
    child punished"
    You believe In original sin,
    Father Christmas?
    Wiih my experience how could
    f dishWierc in if?
    Don't you think it healthier to
    give this original sin full play in-
    stead of repressing it"
    If may be healthier for the
    child but. an he oftm becomes a
    cosh 60s. ils not so heollhii for
    r>ther people
    Why do you think the modern
    child dislikes >ou?
    For (he some reason thai I dis-
    Ii)c the "lodrf* chlid. We ha
    seen ihfnuuh each olher. / don't
    helieiv in Ihern and (hep don'I be-
    > la
    Not even the little ones"
    Only this morning I heard a
    boy 0/ Jlre sou fo another "//
    uuu don'I (ell yhur mum you be-
    lieve In Santa Clau* you u'on'f
    get the extra nretrnf he's supposed
    lo brino you "
    Are you thinking ea* retiring,
    rather Christmas?
    Ye*. 1 Ihouphl of handlnu a
    fo a Mother Chrislmas. .She 1
    have d> >> 1 w-nrimenfal body
    u-iih an nnsliafceoble belief in (h
    impos.ablc. inrlKdtnp jumpinu
    Slots* (i 1 otinls "f satlMoM chimneys
    in one niohi. She trill believe all
    children are angels and. althouoh
    Ihep toon'r belleoe Cn her. their
    Insuperable ranily u-ill be *I-
    fercd and ererybod]/ inll
    fappv
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    A prufessional football player. Vitamin T
    Smith of the Los Angeles Rams, sutTerecl
    what you might call an occupational injury
    off the Gridiron. The halfback was walkiny
    to the football held when his cleats skidded
    on 'he sidewalk and he fell against the top
    of a jagged iron post. The wound in his arm
    took 12 stitches to close, and kept him out
    of play 10 days.
    Small boys with an irresistible urge to
    stick their heads into the wrong places have
    a new champion. Two-year-old Philip Bur
    town ol Hollywood rivalled the film colony -
    spectacular doings by getting his head stuc>
    in a toilet seat. Firemen needed a saw b
    dethrone* him.
    It paid to listen to mama for lour-yeax-oh
    Brian O'Connor of Woodlawn. Maryland
    Brian rushed to obey his mother's call thai
    lunch was ready. Seconds later a six-foot.
    1500-pound road scraper crashed through the
    wall of the room Brian had vacated.
    A tree saved H. W. Lewis at Cannon Ball
    Beach in South Africa when his car plunged
    over a 100-foot cliff above the ** The tree
    caught the car on the brink and held it fast
    Lewis climbed out to safety with a scratch
    thumb as his only injury.
    When John Schlittler of Graham. Texo
    was shot in the arm. it looked like his poocl
    did it deliberately. The hound sidled ovei
    to John's gun. sniffed it, glanced contempla
    tively at his master, then raised his paw ami
    pulled the trigger.
    Then there was the Job started by FDI
    and finished by HST. In January, the tow
    boat Franklin 1) Roosevelt rammed and
    damaged a railroad pier on the Illinois River
    near Pekin. Illinois. In September anothf
    towboatThe Harry S. Trumanstruck tl 1
    same pier and demolished it.
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    nwav in St Ptu:
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    Mi im-.i,. saw doing <
    Sh< e-maKin i
    Gardening and Music looked well
    tared for. apart from MM '
    nuare meal- daj which they
    leCCive.
    The meal* are. le;. I
    hrcakfN.t at 11 am
    1 p in and a mark suppe- it
    H Iti pin TK-.
    comfortable dining KM I
    pd with cu.ht llnoani
    tables ..mi nag benches
    Carpenter-.
    Not tar from the
    room there Is the Carp* .m
    Shop where boys en bin at
    Mrii The Aaweeate
    tides thai bad boor exhibited a:
    the Annual Industrial Exhibit m
    torUui thta month The Advu
    i ..i,
    Shop. There In frool
    treadle machine*, boys, wen
    ing un uniforms lor p ip
    staff They weir workll
    dexterity that shou' I stand
    thorn in good stead l i
    m Doddi and I *" i0**
    in the world GUI
    Boyi also iiirtk' ilicLi Owli

    ulo OR show al lb)
    Bxl lb Hon.
    in the flow" rpi '
    othi r ' "
    Thero arc well kept lav. '
    on nearly a Quartet t ao :
    of l.uui "
    eschalots, enbbage, lettuc.
    other veg.:. ok
    In the music room
    of 36 male UUl
    (. HI* Nil
    ll I l\M-
    wom reheannuK
    Singing programme that era i al
    vcr last Wednesday nigiu Ci
    iu.t.-r .v.,- Mr K a Simmon*
    and piano aceonrDantrt arc M
    Walcott
    The Band
    lated Ditids Band
    consist mi! t nine maabw a -
    is now trained by cap' Ral
    few selections
    After the days work is ovw
    the boys retire to their dormlu i
    , h Tli. i.- me live. I h.
    . i .i,
    .....t an
    lj .lean Si I':
    cool parish, but it is to '*' ttOub
    'her anyone In the pa sh
    ha* a cooler bedroom
    boyi ajFho occupy the doe ml tori
    .i|i :;iii'. i [>i-itl Ap.n : (.....
    coolni iiir\ nave loveta
    >itu of aoraa of the lurround*
    . | ) side
    ..* iv a boy, |i'i-
    pai ins to K" b) the music
    reneai al, wee putting .> shine on
    thai he
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    thUM that bjouM B
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    ! |>n~,ses in Wbldb peraonal
    lulunninK- .in- Kept In some ol
    i .. mil- pumph. red
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    ,,., ,.f (he enckat Club. Hi b<
    Oaaaa
    They also pluy tenniv. it
    I been .i
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    u a radio to which
    listen in on eveninga before
    It a boy has a arhTt
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    staff of -i ""i eve
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    iboul uvenaara. Ira
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    "Silent" Night
    Hv MARVIN STONK
    OHERNDOKF. Austria.
    It was a silent night, culn and
    bnht. 132 years ago when h
    got mixed up in a ehuuh O) -"
    and gave two \...tn-n Villagers
    cause to write what IS
    man's most stirring Christmas
    carol.
    Through the heavy snows that
    fall on Salzburg Province. IwO
    weary farmers were trudging
    towards trn- village of Obaffll i"i'
    It was two nights bctoi, r
    Onb UiV u"> v"1"' "' ""'
    in g,in In their small ehat>el sound-
    fd Soon that stopped and the
    dn ill wind ton at the silenc
    As they passed the chapel tlipv
    [inticcd that Fnlhci- Joseph Mohl
    Bfsjg swinging shut tl I
    oaken doors of St. Nikobui*
    gregatlon swelled t" the chot
    Silent Night Holy Night "
    The oniv Bceompanuneni
    guitar
    [t- Two ram i.itii the
    an i "' I'liiidei cam
    ,. < iboradot I to repali the 11
    organ, agam in dlarepalr
    On Christmas Eve Lbi
    tu his fnendr-. the bitter, whistling be sung again hv Villager*
    artnd ludderdj die.1 All Ihree feel srarm How whi
    were tuken by the solitude or t n- membei rathei Muhr and
    intain fnstness and the CHMl ,'11" '"' m tin
    mlgW 1* ii" "insk for the llol-
    Night.
    Pathai Modi- fell into
    loners and told them he
    must hurry to the Villaj
    the organ could be n .
    such short order.
    As the dark-haired priest sis-
    egi i

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    ROYS working
    Mohr. priest to the larm-
    fis of this poor commuatt
    r.nlv 26 vears old Tinight 1 I srai
    worried because mice had eaten
    al the bellows of the organ The*
    sharp pinch of the frost
    Naeht. helllge Nacht
    Fathei Mohr wearily Spoke
    according to the legend of IMi
    Village Silent right. Holy nigh '
    i-.-i .i ;
    calm all u brl
    By the time the priest h i I
    arrived al Bert Orubefg '" *
    them*- was fa-t in his min-'
    Gruber ptcke npanying Fathf i
    Mohr, niw wu ilowl) reciting the
    ,i,.i .-.,. him: f"i nun'
    The tWO pent the night w ek-
    ing out the tune and the words
    nights litter, wh.n lha
    parishioners gathered in the tiny
    Chapel, thev heard no organ. I'it
    rlrsi time anywhere | COO-
    that hi
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    ^e wish ^/ou and tyours
    5J tVery 'Jrierry Christmas
    and
    {Happiness in the ^fcars
    to come.
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    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    SUNDAY, DECEMBER Ji 1930
    Battle Off The Spice Island
    u. i.ioih.i in mi
    lakes jui tix houn to reach m
    X Grenada from Kingstown. SutTiVOf *.S Luunt'fl
    Lady Uner
    The Baikal "long- ,,Ul handing Gr< !..<
    i Grenadine* and vou ice serves speci..
    .ill the way. afternoon, (it a
    I-eiving Kingstown -I 0945 we Colonial rtebote ||
    ..long the coast of Conunpna}, not hi
    . b| :i 15 p.m. b go i..i te
    the i-watllrit- ..I .1 Buekblffaani i1.
    i pivSei.la the molt Euro- th* Oral ga/dei
    MUMS SI \ IIIMII
    ,. .iionce of all the island:- held than aftei Um
    t i
    of Uu- hltk villages wilh
    of red roof.* and hulll of
    ,ie,i ond
    Hit Administrator
    whom I
    had
    of On
    for the
    M vojjetaiion ol -.'.renad*
    .-: BnMB .1.1 an abund-
    "titmegn. i cou and im-
    ! u i- i. ailed th.
    i-lc and it det*
    t -sum Um
    ties an- m bloom the val-
    u'cnadu (ami the hilL-
    i'j feet at the htghev.
    .. a.* If tnun
    had teen 111 .ill ovei the island
    tin
    in
    talned diplomatic relation!
    .Mon be had coni

    our reception ita Oovi n*
    . h jndi had *
    venientl)

    Ctrl bj ;: i I
    Mn '' ><> '' !
    Then the island icsemhiet. mon vton
    ""'* *'! the thlm, u
    the *.reen which is ,t. normal Lni(|| row j^t iim) ;,ii>th
    in ran of thi
    : year.
    sv tli
    Dancing IHni
    bird which i.wad
    . ,,i and escorts ii
    I Si '--orge' with a
    i l :.lh i darning Th
    i rugate bini bu
    spread six fe<
    '!.- n r. d nmo
    u>el- ..

    rraaajtd
    . :.. |
    town I .i tvpe Ola
    ilgfa on the Frenc'.
    ItiaJl] reminiscent
    .. m | ..!. The
    dbnb an,i .tre-i.
    e moil \ivullv of Guild-
    ford. bu' lb* stout' ti uses with
    r the i:..irket square.
    .obbled *lo:ie f uipath-
    the comer house with an English
    doorkn'-cker and tpla*h of blue
    ___thy o| rartinf
    Governoi worn, his tennis racket, Iba
    enter Ju#nT of the Windwards,
    the Police Coiniiu-M"iier. Ul<
    H..... of the Colonial Develop-
    meni Corporation
    . four n iv, ladfc
    high social l-ndmi, .mil UM
    Administrator, 11 would how
    . en impossible to find i
    rlbbpnrt
    live couih il
    party
    of St. George's
    ten the vlsttoi
    ..fllce because
    quar
    the Ma
    nlon".
    Iicled lo
    \ium .!
    ad a new
    and in the streeu
    in large red let-
    can identify hi1
    It Is the head-
    that he will Je
    -ii<> Legtslal
    ON ONE BIDE of th* "Lake" whir* .eparate. St. 0oi>f'- Inner bai
    hour from the luxury Bant;. Maria iiotel stand- tbi* magnificent home
    for satttas, Thr hp. t.ere 1 rry^tal clear and the vegetatiun U iimi.-
    MadlWrTtleao UMa anywhrrr ItM in the Caribbean
    iosi s \ II w oi si. 4.1 oik.i s
    So We/
    I iti^-
    Su. -
    lilac, the cleanliness of Ha street
    are to be found in Englaiui ever) -
    where from Deal to Ulverston
    Sea Front
    it
    jo> to
    *alK in
    Q< bacatuH loan is no dirt
    in th" roads and Its six thousand
    id proud of their
    town.
    But the main attraction of this
    Weal Indian capital Is
    the fr> m Whichever way you
    Mroacfa St. Qtarjgra, tttbm from
    the landing dock* or fiom tho
    oaketi to lh< ba

    roan III fiiotn aaata tarp
    down ny heal to
    bin thai the L.unch wo* kr
    (orally in Grenada 01 'th.
    bunch" n ha
    been bought from the salvage pi
    . wrecked Norwe.
    the ar. The Admlnutrator told
    me that the Government had *
    .K-tter lounch but it was <* >'.
    vck I was pleased tor Ma saNf
    For me I was on wet and 1 e-
    >nalned so wet during my whole
    \ening ashore that not even b
    thrush pouring Its soul out ini i
    the hills which make Grenada
    Sl the mo*! charming of islanrii
    uld chf
    Sugar
    We v.siled the PrttOO, UW
    Mental Home and the Poor Home,
    not because I had suddenly
    'levcloped u social conscience il
    born with one) but been
    airport you drive along a seairofil ,hP Mrll Home, the PrlBOD Ifld
    which ptaatrvea the view of the lhe p^,,. Houw arr Bn .miat
    M a, n is preserved in Alex- ,n n bunch in onc 0f th<
    ndna and Naples and m most (inpreisiVe spots of scenic beau-
    other seaside towns where the l0 bc found In me South Carlb-
    authonties have taken u Arm l)eBn
    stand to preserve th* view of the Qn th- way back ^c motor*."
    e-a tor the hencflt of the com- though the sugar cane country
    mu"'1^ Il' Government o( Grenada
    St Georges has another re- vubsidlses one small^ugar factor./
    semblance to Naples in its put-- |,, DWb]g to politico! agitation
    session of an underground tunnel ,,,,. 7y wr,rkor, employed In b>
    built by Governor Scndall and 11CW industry had recently been
    opened in 1895 This tunnel al- successful in getting an increase
    lows through traffic to by-pa
    the i.iij thoroughfares of !
    r- i ib*!
    LEAVING thr OnitetnH for the other side thi- photo Uhtttrata* how
    a boat in the best fonn of tranaport Into town The warehouses .ind
    Htores in the picture belong to Jons* Browne and Hubbard Ltd.
    one of the oldest London nnn mil trading In the Went Indl
    Mental Too
    t tgar
    Result, the Government ol
    ( renadu has just allowed the
    itdustry *> Increase the price (
    bv one eenl per In. The peaceful life oi Grenid .
    for 'he sake of 700 worker ','"1 '" Grennd. tin poores
    ho would nol have been peasant owns a piece ol laM i b
    ii ployed a| all had the Govern- ,,oe" 'feently upset by th
    ent not subsidised u local sugar polttlcal activities ! ;. return.
    wages Where the money wn t.ictory. the tnouaands of house- exile from Axuba
    coming from was not mentioned wives In Grenada have now lo This individual who is stand!:.,.
    by the arbitrators. pay mur? for their sugar for membership of the Leglsla
    Little Moses
    Grenada Is a lovely island
    bs beaches, its crystal water, it
    hills, its c'.eonllncss iM
    tourist from ."-'orth America mor
    Ihon doe.; any ther West Indian
    iMOnd bui it neciU greater dev.d-
    aprnei t, moco bod ' ind n
    nenltiao i; n hi
    rompe' idol
    tourist resort.
    One peculiar fact Is worth
    noting about the al: Bl
    for landing. The Lady Liners dv
    . anchor alongside
    '.oop water harbour, allliough
    Go ne's possesses a Seep
    v-ater harbour. So passenger.
    are compelled to pay 5U cents t
    go ashore tn IHUe Mooes powere'
    b outoward motors. When u
    i i,: Ii Idtng In St. George's Is mo*
    . on for.i lie In a swim-suit.
    Customs
    Hut having been splashed by
    < w.ive*, the tourist is baffled
    U'liig taken to the official
    i njdJng shed and told to n*pur:
    Ii the t'U5toms Since be has
    k< nothing .. bon with him
    i.ii customs officer Ihota Ita
    |M| the \i-it i le-ein
    barks In the Muses and la then
    I .ken to the other side because
    riiat is where St. George's lies.
    On tho way back when purchases
    h .e iieen made Ho visit to the
    Customs Is necessary. It seem?
    r ither a cock-eyed system but it
    i what happens. We wen- due
    U .< Grenada at 10 45 on the
    waj back to Barbados, but the
    i Ml delayed for nearly an
    hour by the comic behaviour of
    wtiat looked to me like my
    a'thcatcn friend, the Survivor'
    l.-tu'ch. There was a slight swell
    I id the crew on the lounch
    eereed to llnd it difficult lo tie
    ii i a.ongslde and discharge about
    n sacks of mail. The
    per-. ;sors on the launch thought
    t.ili so funny that one of them
    r early fell into tho water as he
    was so busy holding his sides to
    trevent him busting his thirl
    wth laughter.
    Peter 98 Nose
    After a leisurely 20 minutes
    r so of this clowning and back-
    ' < three separate bundle, oi |
    ni ii were finally hoisted on to
    ii-e liner. Then the launch
    tVier. (it was not .he "Sur\-iv-
    r'l"l slipped down to Join 'he
    f B lighters and 3 im^ll
    I *ats which had been patiently
    waiting during the buttle -f tie
    -i->H
    One of '.hi* last sights 1 remem-
    lx r of Grenada wax the launch
    peter, nose pointed in th-
    ireetion Ol th. Santa Mun..
    Iv tel and a string of five lighter-
    nd three small boats contentedly
    llowing hi her slow white trail
    which 'cads back to the Inner
    Iinrbour of St. George's

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    Wishing You
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    % 'Very
    fAferry
    Christmas
    tR 'Very ZHappy
    Christmas
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    GREETINGS
    'AND
    L. FAYLEY
    Jewellers
    Button Lane
    \ <57 HJeru Prosperous Wew tyear
    IS OUR WISH TO ONE A\D ALL
    COLLINS DRUG STORES
    A Mt'ssag, to Ih<-
    Youth of Barbados.
    His LXI II II M III! I.O\
    KoUNMI'l SPEECH AT THE
    MDllIRN HIGU ~i 1...... ,
    l-M/.r. GIVING WKIiNEHDAt .'
    I3TH DFCFMBER. ItM
    I wish first to congratulate the I
    Headmaster and his staff on a vcr\ '
    interesting report and on the man.-
    icademie and other successes:
    i.hl"\e.l by the pupils Of the
    Modern High School during th..-:
    Mart year. More particularly I
    .iiould like to pay a tribute to the I
    ifeodmaster who with inltiotive.
    ouragr and conviction established
    he Modern High School as recently
    Nil ago The school roll
    )pened n 1945 with two pupils,
    . in mi" todayin half a decade
    a e have heard his report on ;i
    ichool with a roll of 500 pupils
    The standard of the school can
    ba gauged from the contents of
    .bat report as well os from the
    recently given the
    -i hool By lh* IVparli.ih.i -#
    t^lucation and by the Oxford and
    Cambrldne Examination Board
    The motto of the school, which
    iresumubly Mr. Lynch himself
    (elected. I would freely transla'?
    i. "Nothing is too hard for me".
    Having accepted that motto to
    ::spir,- tils own life, it was appro-
    I rlate that he shou'd have adopted
    h ..- tin' motto of the school andeti
    Iip founded If only u small per-
    . -ulngc ot students would adopt
    II as their motto, and with deter-
    ulniititHi pin it into praciue bv
    overcornlng the main bondtcagw
    and liinltations whieli an- to 1.
    end In svorjr day life, the
    tfftet in ll.nbadiaii affairs would
    l eon-ideiable.
    It is a British traditionper-
    haps morei noticeable in a time of
    warnever to give in. In the
    year 1940. which Winston
    Churchill described as our darkest
    hour, in spite i>f the most Intensive
    ifOpoWBT la .wmI ih>- .ilnn 'St t otn-
    moti European view that Brltai
    was flnished. the British Common
    wealtii of Nations said in effect
    "Nothing is tno hard for mc"
    It is easy to emphasize mottos
    and phrases and to keep them tn
    front ol out thoughts and our
    isplratlons. The difficult fade Is to
    keep Blight the fire of determina-
    tion to succeed. You all must have
    heard or read innumerable
    speeches made by well intentioned
    pentoni like me and wondered, a
    I do. what, effect, it any. u call t>
    youth to gird itself for the future
    has In the minds of youth.
    I should be satisfied if I couk
    touch the thoughts of just one o:
    the students gathered here today
    Thla island of Barbados Is rich in
    instances of people of all sec-
    tion*, or the community who havcj
    said "Nothing is too hard for me"
    and who have by hard work and
    delcrmlnation attained a position
    l respORslblUty and respect in all
    ABlkl of life Do not think that
    because you are not brilliant at
    school, success In your future life
    is denied to you. ft Is the power
    within you which will determine
    vour future. I said to a young Civil
    Servant a few days ago who Is
    aspiring to higher office. "Go away
    and each Job that is given you
    to 'to. work at il twice as hard
    t* th. i ext manwork all hour
    and I have no doubt you will
    succeed In obtaining recognition.'
    That, too. Is my advice to each
    mo of the students present today
    In conclusion. I would ask the
    tei to give the school a
    holiday at some convenient time
    either this term or next to mark
    his Speech Doy.Adm\
    Direct or Airmail for Fa! ier!y A-JviccFres
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    r> ltd of Carols and crowded mlMhi
    list night. It was the first ti
    that some Barbadian.: heard
    steel band play and th
    Happy Xmas Heavier Taxes
    Say Scouts Proposed
    jmii-ti applauded
    BRIDGETOWN
    th house
    nd other shoppers wlio
    were setting their last minute re
    quirement* for the Christ mi"
    holidays
    At the signs Please Cross Here
    . there were small groups of peoph
    II Bit IKS III .> uaua I*
    waiting to got
    . and the Foil
    This is the thud pu:>l
    formance that the band gave sli
    its arrival in Barbados on Sunday ...
    last by the S.S. telosnaie Their ^"g *_W*
    '.i\ ban is indefinite.
    At the All Star Talent Show at
    I DOS on Friday night ten
    . pert. First Prlxe M""MM*^1!J??S?1*
    went i" Jos dan*, the eomedy ___Smwim hminfains
    linger, who d-lighted the audi- SODA FOUNTAINS Uka most * -
    ence with hlf version of "Cry.- business places in the city, aid _> -vou
    A year asjo. n wa the | i
    us ail thai caaaaUou of hosuUtte*
    arbich bod oTTockod aottom and
    iitranded lives ton -ears before
    would have developed into a last-
    ing peace
    To-da>
    the brink of anothei and BON
    For B.G.
    lOO.OOOniW
    r!h of LUHlrtlllrHf. IB* product
    of one day's work they
    tad '" give the foUBoMkNl
    Heater
    RADIO
    DISTRIBUTION
    SPECIAL CHRISTMAS
    PROGRAMMES
    ?
    i ib> am Nr iHIK'. til an
    ....
    i an Foe
    n am Tr* ailarun Ho**; "
    ,. II w m riMta
    A <-|.i-H>i" lar.il ii
    V.i
    Rn
    Unoogii Shi.o Shine Bay".
    OBOROSTOWN, B.G Dec. 23.
    New taxation propos.i; -fin
    id more nnfj wa> annoumt(, by ,,.,. f .,_
    haTI JSIVB ta ^tending the comphm., j ^-g- B *
    rvlth the situation of the season. It is our ear- \ ; '
    -nd to avoid accidents hope that the "Spirit of Chrlsl ^XL; l*'.* h' ,.t', ,,
    Even the Commissioner of Poll* n.aa*--Poaee on Earth. doodwlU Sta\eforlh?^
    a. in the ON P-.1 ^^Vj^Sslt ^2^C1^!rofC^
    hearts of a I. so men may roallae ,,,,,,. wlDoritlai tor railing!
    that regardless of colour, dl...... |h(. iio.ooo.000 loan on the LaaV
    T. "" ,,^0,hc^, don market nex, year to finance
    ' ^''.'. * ^'"l""- devalopmonl plan.
    good business, as Vired and thirst> Chriftmas. and do all you
    shoppers went in search of re '*r r'her> happy
    rdon, who s.ing "May frcsliment Vendors of Polar Ice __________
    :;. n\ .,- ., im- w;.v v rdi i Cream wen- ul> -een along UV
    the seeonl pnu while third vent streets in the city and they too.
    to Eddie Hull who went bock tc did a brisk trade
    i.v vrhn Ii "' Couid'nt Tirinu Oov
    Sleep A Wink", THE attendants at groceries
    \i\ Arthi ul. um -White and dry- good shops are probnhlv
    - ind Walter Burke am mg the most tired people t>-
    'Our Very Own* wei,. also very day. They walked hundreds of
    good. The youngo t
    L'illl tn
    mm rii
    ti. Sjosm aneioi <"
    i:...
    n..

    Canada. J p m Chrulun llrnlwi In- i
    Hour. 4W pm BBC N. 41 U
    S'.mm Pa.tnn-: IS i ST.rwtaT *''
    tl.ir and gpltnsu-. SOO p> CSMM
    m ran.. moi Hi mnii* Chun
    t.. the Nallom; IMP" t..nia P.-r
    |ii p in Altra ChiMci I
    tU l> m I.i'riliHlr; T rf
    l'V\ BBC Nw; IIS p"i CarlW*i.r
    Vnrn 1 4ft P m Ymn Um.c aixl MHi
    r....'
    rilkU
    Ba i
    nit- lor Wonhip SB i
    i.t-v <-.1n^-. WOO p"
    WIIMIU U DIllMHi. IMW
    3 Stoaiushipri Call
    On Xmas Day
    . in. Chruuiix UiMtiin- pa
    Tin Gnv-.M and lard BUIi.t.
    i ii, iim; Nw.; 10 am. Pan**
    - quafti* Park. .fn Tin-
    Sn.-ll. SIS am Calliadial Oiaai.i.
    an. Tha Oumii KliMbrth So*..
    I>0 am. Mu.ii lor Criilii
    MiiiI<1>.
    Lucille C'raig
    1
    SEVEN steamships will he
    .lling at Barbados ovei Um
    eafc and, aoeoi Unj
    contestant mllas yesterday attending to one Three of them are dlM
    ii dM also ciutomer and 'another mas Day
    Shoe Shine Moat of them made a genuine The three are the S.S Lad*
    effort to please whoever the Rodney. SS (ol-mlal and S.S
    served, but seldom wore they Hun rrince. Tin- Itodney will ba
    for it. Some wore forced arriving from British (iulana via
    remark: "What a thankle-< Trinidad, Granada and St. Vincent.
    Job." ihe Colonial from Enttland and the
    _^__^_^_ Sun Prlnee from Canada. It
    It not likely that either of Um
    BRISK FLOWER SALES ships wUl be loadine. <>r nnl....ii,,
    I AVIS QIINTYNi; of Thomas iMflnkBd ,
    Gap, West bury Boad, WM t, remai
    detained at the General Hospital
    on Friday after being involved
    in an accident at Wajerfonl
    I toad Bt Michael
    Also Involved m the ccidagll
    vere motor car G-323, owned by
    Li i Walker of Redland. St.
    George and driven by Lester
    Wilkinson of Clifton Hall. St.
    Thomas, and motor car M-2294,
    owned by Edgar Barker of Jack-
    . :i Quintyrie was riding a
    blivcle owned by Louis Scaly
    of Jackmans when the aciident
    occurred.
    Both cars and the cycle were
    'amaged.
    rgo on Christmas Day.
    SELLERS of artificial flowers Harrison liner Inventor is ex-
    did a brisk trade yesterday. i)ecxi\\ from England today while
    Housewives iwught without much ,hc Dutt. n pUfiM.naer liner
    persuasion and long before noon Of^j^ua Wlll be arr|ving from Comn
    nany of the seller* were going TrUlldud lo Iftkc passengers foi ntad"
    Thc Invenlar Is con
    signed to Messrs. Da Costa it Co.
    "..yg *T1 Ltd., and Uie OranieaUd's local
    for herse I .,,. BM Um. ( 0 Musson.
    AIBID rtila .ver cigar-
    ette case from the home ot
    Kuwardine SkiPner of College. St.
    I /icy. between Thursday and
    Friday. The Police are making
    .nvestiga lions
    Lome with a arnila of contentment ....
    on their faces. Cm told the
    Advocate
    iUrj.V'o?0^*" ~"" JETS SLfST-s
    aaaBBiHH Another Dutch passenger liner.
    the S.S. CoUlco, will be calling
    BUSBEY'S IMPASSABLE Tom England on Tuesday and the
    Nourso liner Betwa is expected
    HUSBEY ALLEY was almost from India that same day IfaWn
    impassable. People were getting Do Costa & C Ltd. are the
    their supplies of vee^ttblea, fruit agents of the
    New Dulies
    The new dunes Incliul
    r rases mi aerated wains
    bauxite, postal rate*, and charge-'*
    internal ind foingn both ol mi'-! ."'?"," oa a.
    tec ..ul. tele..mi.tioin. i k/' I
    Um res r Qussn'l Collsgs a""' 'aJj^^rSSSSSL a*fi
    thr Bishop High School for gjrU | (hminsss Msssass -
    Income tax on eompanies. and''.".J*''""*--.J*^?J *"*^'l-.
    lann* rnsnjM on both railway MmSatti and sfaaiaiili
    and steamers. C.....* n- M
    New duties on aerated wale*l;^'K1*J^lt!";,M^
    and rum will ...lease the retail
    price of aerated drinks by one
    cSftt par bottle, and rum by 1
    cents per bOttls
    1930A Bad Year
    M I 'ill hi a two-hour sueec'-

    i' i sH(|nintinenU and srlbacks.
    and pointed out that the Govern-
    ment viewed with great appre-
    heii'ions the effects of the grave
    international situation on UN
    ealth. All of which
    .,- m propo-al*. im-
    . penitive at this time
    Accident
    Ho>
    of
    peas, and" other items for Chxisi
    frequent differ
    ces of opinion between buyer
    nd seller as lo the price of one
    There was no
    NOW TO GOD ON HIGH BE ">a There
    GLORY will be the test
    piece at the Carol Competition
    bt Queen's Park on Christmas item or another
    Bank-Holiday. Eighteen village vio ece. however.
    cfaotTI are oxiicctcd to take par' ^^_____________
    in this competition which will
    begin at 7 a.m. BAKR SHQps CRQWDED
    The Judges will be Capt. Hai-
    son. Father Hopkins and Mr. Most of the City baker shops
    Gerald Hud-son Mr. John Bee- were crowded as housewm
    Idea will ssi as Chairman. The made sure of their supplies 01
    Competition is sposored by Mr. bread for the Christmas season
    Skinner. The attendant, had little tone
    Btna I in" for a breathing spell.
    The Gift of the year
    GREETINGS FROM D.C
    Yarde. a labourer
    Quct'ii Street was admitted to
    the General Hospital last night
    and detained after hr wav in-
    volved in an accident on !'
    sin--: ..t i-out 7 17 p.m. with
    thr motoi car X-385 owned BAd
    driven In Hugh Game- of Christ
    Church.
    Yarde received a wound on tin
    Thr Diatrii i i oui
    the South Western District wish
    es ail Bcoutoi Rovsra, Scouts.
    Cubs. Lay-inumbers and friends
    of the Associalion a Happ> christ-
    mas and all that- worthwhile foe
    the New Year
    FROM WATERFRONT BUSY
    WHILE some people WStS COl
    lccling their gr Other nrn-ssitles from the business
    places In the city yesterday
    others were busy on the Watet
    May C'hrlstmaK and the rmlnx trt,ni aecunng firewood and char-
    year bring you every ,.oni Some had a few pounds of
    hapslnsss. cacti article while others secured
    19511 ROWALLAN as many as two or three bags of
    cinrf Scout coal.
    .. WV!
    . nii<
    . 4 1) pm Do Yimj K>innib.i
    i m rnrl.lmai Half Hour; W p n
    iri. il.....r SIJ pm Prosratnm.-
    laiv and lnl*rl>HrF. 130 pin Ti.
    t*ll. IMpni Rrq.iMt Ttm*. SSS
    Thr Anarl with ll Cold Now: TO"
    HBC: N.-W- T 1 fi" Inlrrt.Kl. 'I
    Flr-I l.lahl P.a^i.
    7 41 p m 1.iti-
    imu Oiwlliin Com Cola: sn
    Tl Td.l, SO |i rn Muvltlowi
    tr*, SO* pm ChrWlTiuu Sona:
    |, ,, QlllleiM Mi' II M Kin.
    liU-iii* Orphan*
    I pi"
    SOD |
    10 0. pm
    !,. Down
    Hat
    t.
    IS I
    ti asoav. wrrn imissn im
    1.0* am. UIK St*.. Ml a-BS a\
    arnica, iNm MStalM Spa. *i.
    a in P.uaianuiic I'aiaUr. Hi a.m. b.1
    Mur hiiu tOO am I.mi- 1 in-
    11 am I S.A NW.. S.SD a.m. Cloa.
    PoWlt. 11 w a in Wuflamm* t'aiadc
    II 11 am Lund. Tlmr HuaW. II 0U -
    MlM. N... IJIS pm. liilBflua*. I1 En. Ul lii- Trinidad. IS 10 p rn
    oiilHiiivbiiau Uarn Dane*. I .0 p m Ihl
    ftacaTrtoiaaO. l SO p m. Tip Top fi.r-,
    I 50 pm Ird rla.i- Trlnidail; >.0O pm
    . 0,,, ^iuoio M-luilir., iVl p in 4il
    IUii- Ti lli..l*l IJ5 I'll JOtlll llnlll
    llh Kara Tllnldad. i I!
    In-
    H..1-. 11 p m Dili Ha,.
    pm Ray* a I- .ah. Sod [
    Pi.mrammi-. 0 It p in Ai
    ChrKtma. Party. s 30
    In. ., T.OO p m llhi HI
    Pa
    K*...-ili Morn*. ',
    - H p,n M.tody Ti
    M it Hwm.. So
    rtionuw Show. SOO
    .__ In 1.11.II
    |. ... II..,-
    m; 111 i-ii
    a p in r..
    I Murdoch and
    Iropv Fig II
    : ii1
    He txpi i riuren o.
    .
    uii chnatnuu Ban-.-
    raOUdaj it *0I b
    routuv
    Mni iprsaini
    , .i mobj
    ,i Mi'sara. Jason Jones
    arms but afti i ha lo



    0OS "'
    stock OtM lag which Its Itnnortsji
    spnng and bs
    i
    uw Advooats
    ,,..< to ass
    On thear ''
    NOTICE TO DAIRY
    KEEPERS. Etc.
    REGISTRATION
    lYEASMTEi
    THERE'S PAIN RELIEF
    AND TONIC BENEFIT
    Vast -Yeast-Vita
    quickly soothes away
    headaches. Dcurslgla.
    nerve and rheumatic
    pairu but it does
    something else too !
    Because of its valu-
    able tunic properties
    Yeail-Vite helps vou
    t> feel hughicr, I.Hik
    better, sleep more
    cosily and eowy more
    energy. Neat time
    Uyiiu want pain relief
    take Yeal-Vite and.
    get lonu benctit bbsjI
    aUi
    ,1 !>..!
    V l
    ploysd In U*s i"'""
    lurpluj milk for r-al
    Ri lulattot
    Qsnoral Id
    undsi Dsii
    t Mil.
    .till in
    unac
    iiih. mad-
    i llealt
    itul-17)
    ,n take pises I'AU.v at tb-
    Banner] IwSrSt
    hurch; Horn TUBDM
    i u.oo a.m. indMOPJ"
    Mo RSfU
    I | ai i n .. m ii i
    . ,, f the Comn
    * |iv..ltli. Parish .if l-hiiMt'liu'.'
    HAS 8 M,iKrN/l
    I STOCK-TAKING j

    S \onti:
    S We wish lo inlotm out
    !Cualomer and iho qon-W
    H
    to! nublic thai oui PotaA
    Depl. will bo closed IotQ
    | STOCK-TAKING \
    Sliom 27th 10th Decem *J|
    sga
    Hbei inclusive, nil olho***
    IK
    jw Depart men ta will br openSR
    aa usual. mm

    a
    >!':'>:>:':H'!i!';:*:''-;.>5>i.'M';'
    anaa WE
    21 Hpina(T^os ("in in
    Cltlllllli I'rion.K .....I
    111.- li.ii.tal I'uhlir
    . / I tij Kd/i/nj ( hn-tiiKi.
    2 COSMOPOLITAN DRUG STORE
    :iwsififioifiafjfiiiii5.v4^i>s
    at
    IK
    COURTESY
    GARAGE
    rh vMho...
    Hiariurd. IS p m V..
    S....II,
    IIi.Im-i'I
    While-
    V
    linn". .
    . ....
    Park Road an
    "CINDERELmLA m
    PLAYING DECEMBER 29th and Continuing
    PLAZA THEATHE
    nn/w.i;iH'.v =====
    PARKER
    the onlv pcu
    with the
    Hni'i -jews about ibc amrkt'i mosi snwd giH
    /pen' The mew Parker "51" has a remaikahle new
    sod H' ihc iitcatesi
    ,1
    f% ^-^ Aaro-cartrK Ink Sysii
    emde%ised.
    The Aero-metric Ink S>tem is a holry new.
    tckntilk method of drawing in, sionng. safe.
    , mew ioto-mu. nuaa purdlng and rekasing mk, lo gi.e ihc inoor j
    niw inK-now GC/OWNOs uxtfactory pen performoaos ever known
    Nf w twiua* ajsiavow sec ihii beautiiul pen -ai esper-ixe n> rift)
    . Hi w misil eoa SUffiT wnt.ng. Here, indeed, u a gift *.-..h> of (he moo.
    u->W#f*ftr ire* aano-rw ssrdo/ooaoa I
    -tftfl/rfd mctf utan&d tfifit /*&&
    Prices: With Rolled Gold Cap $24.05. With Lustraloy Cap $19.17 |
    Distributors for Barbados:
    A. S. Bryden a Sons (Bsrbsdosl Ltd
    P.O. Box 403
    Bridgetown. 1
    CHRISTMAS
    ,^C1T^
    M --1K?
    W1
    YVof a
    Play safe! Br>lcrccmyour h.iir. Dandruff on your collar,
    loose hair on your comb -iicse arc danger signals that
    point the need for Brykn an*! JoubU benefit:
    (l) Day-long imartneti. (2) Lai'log h*> health.
    Massage with Br> icrecm 11 -. .ulalc*. ihc scalp, /
    encourages natural hair qru..'h, '
    wards off Dandru'l. \\> pure
    emulsified oils pi
    Hair and impart a t|
    gloss. Don'i take ary d
    Bnicreom your h-ir -
    men dol
    I in*..
    opportunity
    xli'ixlun? to our Cus-
    tomers. Kfu'wls and imp
    Cem-l.ll PubUc
    SBASORAL <;rkkti\<.s
    for the Christinas period
    ;mii our Sincere Wishes
    . for . .
    I'KOSPKKITY IN THE
    NEW ntAR
    At this I inn- W| :ivc you th**
    which Sutnn:.ii W'
    the Spirit of Christmas:
    .11 Earth, G
    towards Men"
    'Wm. Zogarty ld.
    5
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    iS "
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    m
    S'li
    i $
    $
    g 5 *SsaaT "_J A'^m lhe Holidav
    Soanon Approacheti.
    and again It Is our Privll-
    ou8 lo extend to you our
    WARMEST THANKS lor
    Your Kind Patronage
    during the past, and our
    Sincere Good Wishes
    lor your Health and Pros-
    perity throughout the
    Future."
    CENTRAL FOUNDRY
    LTD.
    .MMllMlfB.M


    PACE TWELVE
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    mm services
    ANGLICAN
    ST PAHS
    xmas rvr. : i.
    II.SB pan Blr-ai>.| nl Chiiat and F o-
    \.idj.lght Ma -nd Hal, Cetnn un.
    Xmaa Dav 1*1 i. m No" CMilr .1.....
    I >i m Pracei'..
    Solera*, Max
    Father Hopkm-
    Ml llloDlST
    . (
    r*. H
    Payne; 1 p.
    tuomm0
    Xmaa Dm: 5 am Res- E orlrnn
    PAYNES RAV S 30 a m Rev. F Lav
    renee; 7 pm. Rev E Orimn.
    Xmaa Da> i m Hfi Hr W . Hi 1
    BDITKI. :l am R n Crwi
    I'- Service ol Leaaorw d Cerek.
    Delkelth m Rev H Crcv .
    pm Mr A B Cut-en
    BELMOKT 1. am M. P Brw- I
    T m. Ban MAE. Thorn..
    "HiTH OtSTrltCT Sam. Mr. 1
    wnmaker 7 p m Mi Q lUrpei
    PBiV!DWCt U -m Rev M A. I
    Tr-maia: T pm Mi Q Jones
    VAlTOtALL a Rev MAT
    TTu,ma: I pn. Mr D. While
    CTfRMTMAS Morning, ft a m
    BCTHZL: Rrv I* CTMb>
    DALKHTH Mi r Brow
    nruMotrr Re> mac The-,*.
    BoiTil DISTRICT Mt. A si H..U
    .KoVina*tCX Mr D P ariltTlh
    VAUXHAU,: Mr. C Jr.e.
    WH1TEHAU.: SSO a.m. R*v E. Or
    Bn; T pi-, Mr H r.bnl
    Xmn> Di. ft am Rev R HcC-
    tough.
    cut. memorial: * a.m Mr. "
    D. Roach. 1 pm Mr J F Ma.i*.
    Xmaa Dav ft am .lev H C Pan
    HOUTTOWN a* am Rv R. Mr
    Culloiigh. 7 p.m. Mr. D. Scott. Xaw
    Dm
    Mr
    BANK MALL a* an, Mr. V. SI
    John 7 pm Rev II C Pavne; JCliL..
    Day i a m Mr. P, Moore
    RfTlOlfTNTOWN l| a.m. Mr O
    Man 1.la 7 pm Jlav. P. Lawm-a Km
    Da ft am Kav. P. Lawrence.
    RT.I.AH am Mr Hralth. aim.
    7 pm Supply Xfiaa Day 1 a m Mi
    B r Hainan.
    m.'l'IfrSDA- II 4 m. Mr N Blaat
    man. T pm Mr 11 r.reavea. Km.
    Der ft sib. Mr B. Oraavaa.
    ST. JOHN'S LimiERAN
    CHURCH
    SL'NDAY, DEChMBLR 24, 1!3U
    ChristmM shosts, finding
    the stalely
    tfoa
    'romes
    hrtid'y worth h,iuniing. will pisksbly bo doing
    THE HOLDERS
    OF MUSIC HALI.
    I
    r'.ii Um
    I
    hall The i'
    'roan iiu usual pi i

    . .
    MS the main attraction jip !h
    colourful Weal Indian folk-dancer.-
    Boscoe Holder. 28. and his 21-
    year-old wife Sheila Clark*, bark
    from Trinidad. Attired in gay
    multl-eoloured <"
    they dance Bud
    ind Begume la lb
    nllM nt !' '
    . rinidBtlian
    . T of "Tin
    hat Ix'i'ii mi pleased with

    ouna dancers for an extended
    . erlod after pantomime In rVh-
    ruar;. Thi
    rltwi music-hall btfon Earlj
    next year. Itoscoe Intends to senrl
    for six members of hi
    rrinldud group and tosji
    us wife and him- I
    he Britisi, 11
    In London Mr ntiti Mis IMdei
    have been laadin
    Ufa a Uiii'iiii'ii i- .
    had his canvases dBPlltll Wei
    Indian acenea accepted and sttld at
    An BKhlbltlora He M !
    i -nii'.i-r in her own 11
    the first West Indians to IntTOduot
    Ihi Trial 'd instru-
    men is to London Recently the>
    icccirdcd two WfHl-knOWl
    sow"Caroline" and
    BBC. Kadiu Pr-irMRr \The King Will Broadcast
    i s aM
    "Sfhrr.- a hatrial i. I,.... Klrm'
    Da r.ll, Roi Ch Ch T m _,,
    hour ir.vmn ..nan,, iDitaarad bv ti
    Frnnoit Tr n>v"d Wm r CTDonoij.
    MORAVIAN
    OfUCK 11 in Sj, D ('
    Maora. 7 p rn tUv a B PlUfnm. u*
    IS. 9 am Rk D C Moor*
    HAKDV 11 .. , Mr c Haafli
    p.m. ju-v d C Muara- Dar m s ,
    Ra* a c Piianm,.
    ORA'-R HIU. 11 _m. Mr 1*-
    fjg m- rr-awto; d-c . s r%
    r, Mr a*b. Da M, TVaT M.
    nUNBCOMaWr 11 a m M- Allmf. I
    pm Mr S W..k.-. Da.
    M..NT00MEKV 7 pm Mr. Omar.
    TIIF A1 VATION ARMY
    BRTTXiFTOWN CBHTKJU>
    II ajn Holmaaa Martina. S pm Carn
    pan- MaaUaa 7 p m Halvauon Mraim*
    1-re.ithi-i Max.r '11,11!,
    WE3.1JNOTON STIIXET
    1! ILi.mro Martins. 1 pm Com-
    panv \I-Hlnr 7 ,, ,n Ralvallon Mcrlli.l
    Pfl 1 I..,,).
    OISTIN
    II >.m. Halinaaa Mmuij 3 pm Com
    panj Maaiinv. 7 pm Salrallen Maallng
    PraaaMT tliafciniil GunUmna
    POUR P.'>Ann
    II a.m. Hohnaaa BrrUnf. } p.m. Com-
    pany MnCi, 7 V , Salratloi. Maalii.r
    Praa.oar Uculanaul Hindi
    pne cousni
    11 a 111 llolliiaaa Mralini. 1 u,m. COfP-
    pn> M..n.,r. 7 pM SaftaaU-ai Maaim.
    Ptaachar: Hr. Maj llolllnaawurth
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    J0 am Tlia Nawa, 7 111 .
    I nr. 7'ft am Strike Up Tha Ku.,
    S fl am. Calling All Porcee. SOS Jrn
    1 - Dawn 11 <1 .noon. The Na-
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    v it. Radio Nrur. 1, I JO Dip Sunaay
    service. 300 p.m Tha Newa. El* [
    I'firfio New. FYi.m Britain. 3 II an.
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    Hair 10S pm. MuMr From It.. Lie -
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    FranNia Howard >
    p.m Carol' Prom .
    cmbrldga. 100* p m The Newa. 10 I"
    pm Interlude. 10 ' pm Anvthing to
    Deel-ie. I0ft pm tfuaic Magailna in-
    p m. Cnfliah Bong*
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    daivou* Play era lull a.m Piognrmni
    Parade; I 1ft am Ti.a Cathadral Or
    ganailUam Ini.n ,i. ftnoam Claea
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    World. IM0 am Clirlatmn. m
    bli Mija-iy King Oaurgr VI. 111ft aja
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    Review; SSOpm Uli.>ir.> Gipnau-Choii
    3Mpn. Calling all F.rrc- 400pm Tl.a
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    ,i.u Hama.nl.ai 4 30 p m. Chrlalma>
    HaKhmii. 9 00 r-m Ijitanera Chnlca
    .lift pm Itaik Tha Herald Angela Sing
    M6 pm Programme Parade. ISO p n.
    Tha Story Tellei. 0 00 pm Tl.a q K
    Enterlalna. i |mi, InUelud.. II" p n
    Chrlatinai Itav Haivne: 7 Oil p 1.1 Tlia
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    Nawaieal. gift p m. Oreetlnga round the
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    Hi. Maieaty Kir Cieorge VI. U.30 p.m.
    Cilaagow Orpheiia Choir; 10 00 p.m Th'1
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    J'aradC. 11.11 pm Repoit from llntain
    :i SI pm An...r Tin., i oo pn On the
    Job. 1 1ft pm Radio Nawaieal. ISO pn.
    Tip Top Tunaa. 100 p in The Newi
    3.10 pm li.Uil.ida 3 11 pn, SpolU K-
    View; 3 30 p.m Radio Thratie. 400 pn
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    I IC Midland Ught OrchaMra. 100 p m
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    Newa; 10 lo p.m. Prom Ule Editorial.
    I'll pm Tip top Tunaa. UJ.4*
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    idcaat his ineasaite at 11.00 'Gracie VMlU ChlistinRl Partj-
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    il waverengths will be put the customary West Indian QuCS
    nb for listeners in this area to en- Might (., w-i
    iiple them to hear thlg hroadcus. Rev. F. M. E Jackson, formdlj 1
    and the ubual round the worli '
    trBC programme. These will be oi country parson In Somci:<
    the air from WOO am. out give a ten-minute talk A>UowaU^
    cetailed information of them by '! Remember in wh
    rot yet available. IUt ItaVjesA)
    riessage will be repeated later l'
    the day on the usual wavelength'
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    tH her Christmas Programme* i
    I nhci BBC Christmas pro-
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    tin rttlOn gl there >v ill
    in all Um Variety
    your at-
    n lo the following: A Christ- .
    I. ..* from the Archbishop **
    ttrbury at 7 45 pm on . ri
    i Day; the rh.i.t.n.. IM;;";.:.....'
    y Service Imni St. Giles'
    inch. Staffordshire cenductet.
    ant water"
    While lehcai^.i..:
    children un si-.< sd Ms Uvini
    ill begin playtnjj ...... West En.!
    night club. His piano playi
    ptiiniii
    colourful. Rll favow
    Haitian rnenngUM, hegulnes and
    ahfgmm
    When lie st.irled the group
    i
    MaiUnii|ue .in.i
    In 1947 he
    Ni v..11.
    Koscoe ami Si.. .
    established Tsjtwvtiton
    having appeareti m thni
    he Bishop of Lichlled at b
    m the Christmas Bell* at !
    on Ihe 2Mb inst : Music rtlM ,K. (1I1 ,:
    auline and rernandn Henrlques. from Handel's Messiah' at 1 00 / K;tl.-i,h.-, ,n
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    whose voices are well Itnown
    West Indies prt .ismmrs from Crvrittew
    lA>udon, will talk about thai
    lemories of Christma* as the..
    the 24th last; and the
    i Carols at 8.19 p m on
    ind at 9 30 p.m. on the
    Graham Mulr
    lo arrange the d
    a .ketch
    fire".
    (ircetings Round ihe Wurld
    Immediately before Hi
    Majesty's broadcast will come Un
    IlBC's now traditional Tound-thc-
    WOrid' DHMjIUnriMJ leading up to
    ' kar who win
    the King. As usual this pro-
    nainine will ],ist for an hour
    r>aglTinin it 10.00 m and ihll
    .voar the broadcast will have ,.
    uhMBt canvas than last year. T..
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    i the BBC ts 1
    vear InvtUng neiyhb nrs (fWU
    Western EUTOfM and liuni tie
    U.S.A. The programme beging 10
    Athens and will go right rome
    the world. This broadcast will be
    i i .iied Inter n. tin u.i> mil u '
    .ignln Immediately precede the
    Kings message so that It will be
    heard tar the second time
    II 15 p.m.
    W.I. ChriuImuH ProKriiiniiies
    As Is to be expected the dailv
    'Calling the West Indies' broad-
    casts from London will have |
    Christinas flavour in the cornitl
    week On Sunday. 24th i: -t
    'Caribbean Voices' OptHU \'.,li
    CbrMmaa poanu train -1
    Grenutla. and Trinidad. This W
    Ik' followed by a short Chrurtm
    :!vMi uum Jamaica and a pro-
    Of poem to be amiiSM
    Iron. Han.1.1. Meaalah
    IIAV DKTMIS1I 37 'ISO
    7.00 'in Tha New 7 10 a.m. Ne-i
    Analyaia; 1 1ft am Thirty mlnutaa
    Ihe PUno 7 49 am The Whlatllna Uhn-l
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    suitable for local condiuonv 1 hi-. hctausc Hercules
    cripoecrs arc constantly studying tfH special requircrnenrt
    of every country. I,atcst designs, dncst quality matcnals
    and msttchleM craftsmanslup, have rruvle Hercules the
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    CHRISTMAS EVE
    Dinner 7 pan-10 p.m.
    MKNU :
    I mil Coeklail I .1. mini
    Cream Vetoule of Chicken
    Fillet of Bream fullenn
    Knost Turkry and Vorhshln
    t riMlurrv s.iik e-lalblet ,r;
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    Hi un Luae
    Aftrrdlrmer Mints
    Assorted NuURaastri
    NEW YEAR'S EVE
    Dinner Dance
    7 pm-ll p.m.
    MKNU:
    (rspefrult Marasrhlnr
    Ox-Tall Soup
    Ked Snapper JU gralln Hurhess
    Itched Ham and Roast Turkry
    < .1 ./.-i Pineapple
    mqiirtu- sv-rel potatoes K
    lltitlere.l Green Beans
    Hot Mince pie
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    will quickly check a cold or chill 1'herjaiB
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    ing pain behind the eyes, the aches in the
    limbs, the distracting headache, and heap*
    to bring the temperature down. But beat
    of all, Phensic relieves the depression and
    Latigue that so often accompanies colds
    and chills. Be prepared for coldskeep
    a supply of Phensic hand".
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    Brakea, huaa Bites, and other Aches and
    Pains, rub In Tbermogene Medicated Rub
    so soothing, healing and relieving Try it '
    Yon will say It Is a real blessing!
    THERMOGENE
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    In Jars and Tins
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    gift. Seasonal festivities are gre-jt
    tun, but the (easting and merry-
    making impose a heavy strain on
    the system. Andrews is the
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    belbre retiring it sc;,
    stomach, toiu up the
    gently remove- impytmes lett by
    rich and unusa:il fjre.
    loi a sparkling, ** fiuy debsk
    aay time try .i tcaspoonful of
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    POST OF HOUSEKEEPER, MATERNITY HOSPITAL
    Applications pre invited for the post of HouPekcvper, Mpternily
    Hocpltal. Bank Rail, which will be vacant on February 1st. 1951.
    2. Duties Include the supervision of Domestic Staff, preparation
    of meal*, checking wl stores and laundry. The Housekeeper will wort:
    under the Immediate and direct control of the Matron.
    3. Salary Is at the rate of sixty-four (64) dollars per monl'
    anil an allowance for uniform.
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    XMAS 1950
    Sraaon are extended t wur
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    AI-I.EYNE SCHOOL
    WANTED
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    la tt-ath one "t tnot* ol Ih* followlna;
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    schools of Ihc Par;^^l to do VACCINATIONS.
    irvwiiui;. periudiiiilly for Inspeclinns nnd
    further \'arelnatiou<.
    CBNTB18 HAVE HEKN ESTABLISHED at
    the followlna; plni es to which persons may
    apply for VACCINATION :
    (.il Or. R, L. V. \RD'S OFFICE, Maxwell,
    Dnily except 'iindays and Bank Holidays,
    8.30 a.m. to IdlH) *>.m. and 2.00 p.m. to
    4.IMI p.m.
    (b) Or. A. C. EDUARDS' OFFICE, Rockley.
    Same days iin' times as above.
    IO THE CHRIST CHURCH DISPENSARY.
    iiisim D.iilv OsMfa Sunday* and Bank
    Holidays. K.00 i.m. to 12 noon nnd I.(HI
    p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
    (d) CHRIST ( III I ( II ALMSHOUSE. Daily
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    |e NCRSE THOMAS' OFFICE. Dover.
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    New Year
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    MCE SIXTEEN
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    Sl-S'DAY. DFCFMIIFR 24 1950
    Police Ban Music In Park
    FREB TO-MORROW
    Queen's Prk will be open l
    the public free or charge u.
    morrow morning urban the Police
    Band plaja, uefi.nmnr ..i 7 o'clock
    The Queen's Park Xrna* IX..
    programme. the gathering
    fiends, ihi brighi ung ofeoi<.i
    ful new drWM l Mills iis the)
    move t>r< uiid the bandstand, h
    become m iiu>i>> occasion, and <>it
    of the tradition* in Hie social lite
    of Barbado. The .'uiUence ar*
    requested lo'ennth an.1 foster Ihi
    s|iiiit of Chrisbnai u
    the old familiar catoii with '
    band, and the programme will 1-
    broadcast by the K.kho Distniu
    \esterday's Cricket
    a> from imici 4
    . i.
    > which Stlffi
    k UowUni could be
    punished Euoh of these bastmen
    N t. Wilkie. how
    uis usual thorough wa
    I VI ...;
    'Ii 24
    !|.>ad loo
    I
    liortgr won the toss and i

    i
    tool lawn an..'
    " H H. King
    the bowling attack for P
    i i


    lied for
    have '" i
    out He did HO
    and wi" i
    ' -i.ui onl;
    brisk i'.
    M
    tier, iroin 7.15 a.m. to 8 son
    the benefit ol the older folk wh
    -re unable to come to the Park
    Excerpts from Handel's g*ei
    Oratorio MESSIAH will be Ii
    eluded In the t, i.t, Music toother with Instrument. .,,.. _ fii(
    and vocal ilemv |ri,L< .,_. M l(I li(hu.sL period The
    Captain Ralson. the N.CO.. lw boya wen| .,,,
    bandsmen and boya ol the Polirt ail(1 .,,, ,,,.,,- caution Aft*.
    Band take this opportunity .tt. Wnt
    thank all members ol the publi m ^^ durint which Unw Use?
    who have attended their concerts ^ acored 33 runs, Hutchinwio
    throughout the island luring i ^^ 14| was rQUgn, by II Kidn<>
    a year and helped to aw qii Jordjn's rjowUna, K L Ci Road
    charity cODCM. a fucc*-\ id H K Jordan had replaced
    Clarki towllna;
    to a Iksadj length.
    Tony Wood i']i. rod B L Q
    Hood l" .
    sdjudgM
    i.bw to I Hoad two i
    Mr. MrComie and Gl*3
    came logathei It the wicket. Aftei
    orina two runs Glasgow wa1
    bj spinner Jordan an
    . I ,. I..Id :
    : paned h
    Mr Mi Comic was

    .hi ttanat lur a bb.
    Ml iKMrlad He ha.*
    I


    ft oh* the mark

    wicket si this stage ami i
    the game with ""'fT"! '''
    put up 24 which
    hohsdad four lour boundaries
    He was bowled by E I, c Hog
    C !>' INI
    Same bowler without scoring an
    sddltional runs I-odge were all
    out for 77
    !'.... H BUM Mil
    tosaful bowler. He captured (0*
    fadBtbi durloi hi seven over
    inuh vielded 22 runs E I. G.
    load ami H. R Jon
    f\x.k two wickets.
    k started their rir>
    lining* mi'iii'lii.'ely dtcr lunch
    I wicket fell ' M
    -arm* ..* 34 Blrkett and Kidney
    met In a fourth-wicket partner
    ship which gave 73 run
    fa-World Champ
    h Dying
    . u. n
    Brown, former
    -. '.tiin>weight champion.
    : the world's most popu-
    lylnf desperately
    pttal here Dan
    Parkar, Sports editor of the Dally
    i Hi own wa*
    I iflht side and hi*
    body was racked witta
    I tubercular cough. Hard-
    ii-.,m iiiid P.trker
    ' * Louis to wind
    Up like this tall him to quit
    'hat Brown who
    "-........ ung "had
    MM now even a ngnrrlte t<> his
    i the ring
    with his height of mx tool, bul
    i bantam
    i i-mh! limit Brown was admired
    did brilliant speed
    fie fought. He won tha
    ..rid Mia gl Long Island city in
    in*, 19211. and held it for six
    "ears before losing in Barcelona to
    he Spanish Baltacai Sapgchili.
    lorn at Colon, Panama,
    in 1905Heater.
    ,JH
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    fMerry Xmas
    m SHoppy Wew ^ear
    To all Our Friends and Cuatomers
    La the wish ol
    and wish the m all a very Rap
    Xmas, and continued "hap
    listening' in the roar that
    before us
    Not Alone
    10 CRIPPLES BURNT
    AMARILLO. Texas, Iec 23
    Ten aged bed-ridden pallet '
    three of them blind, wei
    homed to death at Walker CO
    valescent home here yestei
    37 patients were ..
    ileuter.
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    In Iha praai oca of Prtt
    . nd tna High Qovan
    .; i. Djura Loni in
    Yugoslav Army spokesman said on
    Thursday night that if the coun-
    i Hu.si.i .irid her
    eomtnform tataUlta wa ball
    not fight alone". He Indicated alao
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    Bui ptoblniB have always faced men ihcy
    have provided tho challenge which mankind hag,
    with the help ol Divine aid, novor kdlttd to rntet.
    And out ol thai has come progress.
    1951 can be such a yeai ol progress
    toward a laating peace In a free world
    toward solving Ihe problems ol poverly.
    und unhappiness across the world and here al
    home. II we (ace our job with determination and
    resolullon we cannot fail
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    May the New Year be
    of success for you and !
    of steady advance and
    all ol us.
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    ami CONTINUING
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