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PACE TWO II.MtllADOS ADVOCATF. II i -.!> \Y l I Dennis Vuughan visited the Menial Hospital and Laiare!*.' 'Orirtnu Vr.U, Family D L'i: to arrive from Canada tomorrow by T.C A. are Mr. and Mrs. VertBrook* who will spend the Caatiatmaa noiiu-. Vere 1 parent.* Mr. and Mr I Brook* of %  Rosemary*'. Rockle. Vere works with T.C A (real. With Her Son L ADY STOW, mother of Hi Hon. Mr, J. M. Stow. Administrator of St. Lucia lefl dh Sunday by B-W.I.A to spend Christmas with her son. B.W.I.A. Branch Manager Caracas M R. AND MRS. Eric Emberton and family flew over from Venezuela by B.W.I.A over the .m-ek-end for the ChnMmas holidays. Mr. Emberson Manager B.W.I. Airway*. Careen*. Venezuela. They are staying at ihe Paradise Bear* Club. Eaiated T HE engagement was announced on Saturday night i-etween Miss Patricia Evelyn daughter of Mr. and Mr* H. U Evelyn of %  'Herbertaon", Market Hill, St. George and Mr. Kenny Hutchlnaon, son of Mr* St Clnir Hutehlnson of "Bay t w a 1 rr*, Deacon* Rd., and the late Mr. Hutchin*on. Kenny is a popular young Carlton all-roarhder. The engagement wa .innounred at a buffet dinner given by Patricia's parent.* at which relatives and very rlose friend* of l-oth families attended. Two Barbadians A RRIVING "n Sunday from Arube By K.L.M. Dutrh Airlinei to spend Christmas with their relatives were two Barba* dlana, Mr. Harry Pilgrim and Mr. Freddie Parris. They are both employed with the Lago Oil ,iBd Tran.'.port Company. Harry who was formerly on the i-epoTtorlal -:aff of the Advoeale ii now Port Captain's Clerk in addition to being Advertising Manager 'or The l^aeal. a weekly publication in Aruba. while Preddi" LI n stenographer altached to Iht Puulle Relations Department Barbados Turfite* A_MOrfO Ue passengers leaving %  Barbados for TruiM sfMeb bfglrsl tomorrow. leaving bv the same plane for Trinidad uere Miv Tommy Edwaub. Mi. Rufuii Fields, Mr. %  kit King,. Mr. anq Mrs. Keith We*>Ter mT KVnnr-"' n Mrs. Ursula Alley iw, while Mr. nnd Mrs. Erdley Mylea left fof Trinidad the day before. Other Barbadian turflta* wiU be' leaving by B.W.I.A. special flight' today and tomorrow Plaza Chri Trinidad Viait M R. AM* MRS STRONG Itfl i-nd ba B W i A on viaat to Trinidad. Mr Anr %  er With Bovtfll & Skcefe *R. DA V| I) Mt'HRAV of lVl Messtb DOV St. Vincent aa St. Vincent by B.G Alrv lerday. Hi Chrislma* hold %  rally Back From St. Vincent U '' E HINDS ,f Kew TK Road St Michael .md her daughter Toni who -ra-% spending 0 holiday ,n St. Vinei relatives returned over the weekend after an enjoyable holiday. Second Chriatmai M ISS STKFPY STAHL, Professor of Physical Education and Dancing at the Public School* m Caracas, i* back in Marbadov • "he spent .< hoBday hen last ( 1'iistmas. She arrived 1 W.I.A. She has come ever to join her star pupil Vera RWlr present holidaying in Barbudo* with her parents, and af nt the Windsor Hotel. Besides teaching at the Govern am) schools Miss Stah] ilnda time to conduct her privato Aeadem>. Arriving by the same plane Kri'l Steele proprietor Book Slon M 10 Barbados Married H HENRY HOfiOBNTRAU jr, (OB) former Set r.-tarv or the US. Tietiaurv wag remntl> married in Manhattan lo French born Mi Marcollo Puihon Hlrach (47). Mr Morgenthau no longer 1 Government office; ha retire* in ISM He i ow Hi. %  %  on v.iih Mr Morgenthau viafu J M M J Few Day. S3 JANICE GILL i tlie ktalT of the Sink' ig Machine Co.. henDsft Party .1 im mated %  %  %  %  %  our. Six "t than %  tick As wen dimmed and |h< %  The FirM Nowols* followed by all >• %  faithful' 1 "Silent Nigh*' and many otl carols. The true Spinl %  %  •regation joined in the . 6 54 A.m. To-4mj %  %  part. to .i-TW NSn. HI pi| .nd Ston %  I. %  with l. ."''' %  %  "|i" "!' %  I. %  !•• II At M •>' t *IC*M A-ldI 31 l I II I • or flu— %  If PsbMM In 'ha KMr RUdtf'r m*fea>ovr*affrfrcni -i. • p in Tiw %  in* •>• pin Ho .Mali-Mv K,i, f vi. ••> pm naiuii HHSHJ IOM The Mt*\. l io i> m %  ,iMUal Miuic. 10 M urn ,i rrosiamokr -|*. to IM1. Trw N; 4.10 pn Th. • 1. %  i < ht.-Uii*. Bll. •*rviCT To* South Aln tvii, 109 p m. King Onm VI si !" ,;, p %  Mmi>Uom ih, T*lir, S.on pm ktlrulr on S'Him; III pm Wr..h Mii'imf • Prosrsmior I'M. *-: IH pm To.da>> Spoil. 10Q p m I in p m Utsrtuas. 7 is p tn tti-lfl aaport on %  play '" Thud TV.' anS CalHM Ih* WM ln*M -, i-io.a pm. at SIM MUM I 41 pin Ths Intll Wt %  l • IIMIO N'niW; *m. Hcnrv ll^jr. i.or.l Nial't; BOO pin Marl Ih* Cflii-MiitalBa. B pm. L* c %  i.i'*snaT.. ilv U Chn*nn and In* Oroifli Mitt hi :1 ate* Chib; 1001 pm The Ifewi! 'BID p m. From Ih* Editorial.; 10 1* p n rtapnil linn BlIUH.. IS SO pj laSSBsa Thar.Sar. Par. tf. 1MI. II II a in I'rosrammt Parwlr. II X 1 unolea; IIH noon Th* N*w ••ili"s W p.p. n ". ly %\*u a*tM 4nn pm TlM Na.. 4.1S pm Th* Dall> Sarvlc*.. 4 11 p n. Ijnxun-t Tala.. 4 pm. BporUna Bmcorit*. SOS pm Hms up Ihr Curtain. IW p Batmv M-'phrraon *l "i* Th*Ir* Organ; 0 i:. pm ftcnttuh Magmma: l p m. Ptodimir* Pmla-I* 0 p li TL .lava Spoil TOO. p m Th* N. lit p m Th* a i. 1 IS pm Cricket Report on rinal Ttay • ilay in Third Trl and Wr S*a B'Haln: J pm Dam* PJuslC, 4S p m .**• lo lUart 1-I0.3 %  >. SI*M 4S II M %  ' %  I *n. la %  /i* n*^ inn. n;. F DWBW ^Aaaaa a^kMBai iV.^?TgM WBYZM >od iroubi-a K^'js, f !" ."i ihadoetor'a praacrlpllon C/Mai. I.OMITBU 5S C.atos %  !**! %  working in thr-o feW-. aiset pre** antlrsly aaiatfaeiory and W r.scliv Ui rsadlcln* ou nad or mot,. ,tark la amranla4L Ak tour ca*na>l fr C/•*•>. isiaatan %  • T%PT nrst sppUcat • von wiD poop SM roar | son, smooth and claw. Nno ut ksB> thai Cystex %  aToucu'lKlMdarrBWM i.oiil *BU in.o* ih* aacNM ihai (, In lh liny poraa or your iDti raar. -mi. in-..%  Nixoderm E.V For SkiTreahlei P.'V.Y%  /.IKf.s iHJDE I.V I t://HlMM\s CAMOt KOOCEl I r*M1 H<45 SR047GNT JOY TO Mil.: A GREAT SI... .HV \Vl.\f7( RMff. vi riUUSIMXS 11 HOI IT I 18 O.VLi' • IWJ ' IIST. 4 15 4> 8 30 R O Y A Itniu>n.:m T<.ni1*>H:iO rOMORROH—3 SHOWS .1.30 aad eoBtinauig over the 5.00 A B.l* P.M i eek-end Trmivioi. Ill %  JO pm Spwial .1 Ih* W**k. BOO f ih* Briiiih Ula. ,-.u\. 145 N Th* N.w. rialu; 1* IS p.m tnaSOMrl Tale' XMAS GREETTNGS and Proaperlly lor Ihe New Year lo all our Customer* and Friends MODERN DRESS SHOPPE G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO.. LTD. TO-DAY 2Slh at 8 15 WIONBUVKY 26lh at 4.45 & 8 15 HepublnWhoal I •• .urn \ ft us or €APTAI.\ maam From iht Fjraoui Comic Si ri Sl.-n-nnp IOM TYLER and OOJ TO nA '' WKIJN'ESDAY 5S nl 777? M %  SPIIHWS *EH%  IICIIAKD FISKF rin-i: *. rni mu a is i in TRKBSPASSKK wltll WARIn DAI I• 9KCMET 8SMVHX mVKSTIGATOK •itta II IYD IIIUDCKS SAT ^ SUIf 4 3U & 8.]fl Kcpublle Double -I Cf.MI.F CAWSTEItAND •• SH MMM IMPEMSOS I TOM O I. V M P It 5 WBMtl i 4 4S •> 8 15 MENT FK11JAY 2H(li 4 4.'. A h 1, Boper^Serlal •Hoxit tn rin: flrOA /tORSHwith Jock O-M.ihumVtr, ,.. i!,,,hk Willmm Faweeil—Hel Linden Rough-.r. I Qlorj> . 1 The Raw i: Lead to L-j the Iron Road jo Bnu CHRISTMAS RECIPES H O V V < >II NINO TO-DAY i: .th at 8.15 illy at 4.45 & 8.15 In the Days i>f Glaota ... He Towered Abwe Them All . The Man Who Towk on the Toughest Gang In Texas ... All At Once. . • %  nn: n:\ \s RAVGERS in Super Cine Colour GEORGE MONTGOMERY — GALE STORM willi Jerome COURT1-AND Noah Beery, Jr. William BISHOP 1 %  % %  2 Reel ShortMALACK IN THE PALACE" with the THREE STOOGES. [To OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDSI Publicity Director M R JOHN LEE. Publleity Direrlor of Gulf Oil Corpn in Venezuela arrived from Veneniel.i on Saturday bv B.W.I A. He )oinhis wife and family here for the Christmas holidays Arriving from Si Lucia the same day was Mr John Parkinson of Barnes nnd Comparer'!* Construction Department. He i* at present stationed In St Lueln. caasawoRD : STuiLaXena* Tan* inrl winks. 'irown into artor rrirwr fiitiuti"!all Balling iiw-e-l-l %  I.lns without lie i i. lea for two gooa i liicrv.LM-. 11 %  .,p-,.i, I !,,. %  Cub en Its*:%  L Its MpTM aani. i Rsootnpr I... iihout i i*oa ore m Psriia 4 A lOV* IISI :. itatoeJ WH* Kv* da-ll iSi .. How i*o Anal Ipitata uptrt s,-.wn. M %  -'.. 1 l'*ll UK I rwBle au Pot %  s lb. of stew beef, i -nusages; 1 pkee of bfghd "f an egg. OarUc, Hum i table. -Moonful. Sail. Tbjrme. (medium ihw), Chicken hut ,,nrt heart Parsley, 1 yolk: Hutter : %  oaa, Peppei. Put in a saucepan the beef uitl, the thyme and the union: covri with water and lei it eook slowly for about two hours. Take the ehleken, wash It and dry If. And now prepare the stuffing Takf the liver ens] the heart of the ehleken, the brisil (only the tnelde). the ,w^Te>, I tiny bit of garlic (if you don't Lice the laate yuu OsB OBlM it> snd chip evrrytliinji flnelj'. Add the whole to the sausage' meat. Then add 1 egg yolk. 1 tal>Ies|KMinfuI of rum. Uu I luitti". i pm.h of -tit and i i>it of pepper, Mix overythlnt ihoioughb stun the chicken ai up. i-ut the chicken In I pan where the beef has been boiling and let it eook slowly for 1 1 hour or more. Serve I' hot | 2 Turkey Meatballs For tO meatballs: '* lb. turkey meat, Salt, Grated Cheese. 2 T.iblespoonsful. Buttet 2 o*s.. Flour I tablesponriful,. Bread os.. Spice. I Eg Yolk, Tomato aauce I teaapoonfut. Broth. Boll some broth with the hones ] of the turke> (BottOO, etsfan PAIsUty, 1 tomato, I carrot, 1 Enarll-h potato). Mince the meat ami the 6 og.! %  f bread tonly the insioc) that you have dipped in th.broth and squeeaeo. lut th,> ond bread In a mixing bowl and add 1 pinch „f nalt. l pinch of spice (if you like ID. 2 ubtaapoonfula of mated cheese and the yolk of an egg. Mix everything with your, hands. Pinn the broth In a I "l.iiilci and put the clei imek in the aaui apea Yv M :: b US] dinner put u tiny piece uf butter 1 In n saucepan. Add the teaspoonful of tomato sauce iinri dissolve it With 2 tdblespoonaful Let It boll for 2 minutes then add broth so ihnt it will fill the ihe mc:it paste and make small meatballa and put them ih Tne (.e! them boll p 20 minute*. Take them •uf then and put them on a dkdi. I broth boll again until half II la evaporated. Take now Og. of butter and mix it. with 1 tsbleapoonful of flour ualngl Put this btittei and llour a little i %  HAM ID the reel of the broth until it will become a thieklsh sauce Put the meatball* again dcepao and lei them boll again (or another 2 nilnuli linn dlab them imt and cover them a Ufa the sauce. •nurep;i T.ike ERNEST PRIHT1NI i fu.fuiirmu or UMIHIMOIIAl I I I.lit • portunit) >' wlkhlns and a hippy, proapaim m VEAH llll' l!\lili\|HlN /I (Member-s Onl> I T O NIG II f iXmaal DINNERS will be rrtcd In the Ballroom iiiaiaa I A a aliifi VEKV SPECIAL MENU l-RII'l. : MM PLAZA—* %  OWN The M 10 St 10 makr'rtmlnai i9i %  B* V.'**' 1 "'" "' •••Pon. iSl IX Mm. ii .annul. ( tf lb. uipf in m* awuiiis* ,i Id. Ma. i *J. tvery T!L* should n** ll. ISI rSR %  '.•"':." %  '. • i ....',-„ t. 1 ;'.;; hi fllFj '-. %  ':• % %  rs •• %  •?• *4o*-t n-mi i -• an •,, r ^BwnitwRnnanaaanHr*f>s>7in?fv;Antf,p-in--. IShe ^Management and Staff of tS &. SlXins & ^Whitftelds wish their Customers and 3riends\ 71 "Very fMerry Christmas Mand 71 diappy & ^Prosperous 5*Vew tyearm J5. ft. Scans & tWhitfields W TODAY TO TinmsnAY • UVriVF.EK WKD S TRUSS, IIS & S.30 p.m. S Rnndolph SCOTT In WaffiEStn UI\I /no ost Popular Showhousc in Touni s,„. r i„l Thur*. 27th. l.-tH p.m. "RIDERS of the DUSK" wiur WILSON ranvi a VHK AND "LAW of the PANHANDLE" JOIINNV MAC UKOWN /i 11 hi. Jllili. J../0. 1.1.1 A H..IO ->!# V. '#•; Sat Jfhh I TWO NEW FEATURES | "Tahiti Honey" and I "Song of Nevada'' YOI haven't got the gul to point youi linHI gar at a guy and say: f. Oo gmt killed !• %  HOWMD HUCMS ••• JOHN WAYNE R0B1RT RYAH FLYIMG UATHBMICKS 4, -wsnit-iiwaaw.aitnin^-wiiaiiuata Hit (j ttMI\4.. & nuns nun \ %  III HOIINIII U I II VECHNIC0L0R f#v#r#; MitxiHY :u IOI.H YIXHI "MISSISSIPPI RHYTHM" Jirnmv (Loin*iaiid) DAVIS with b JAMES OUVrR CL*HWOOD'S "TRAIL of the YUKON" Kirby GRANT and "CHINOOK" The Wonder Dog. 1*11/ V — OI SI IN III II TODW A TO MORROW 141 Ml T.M. DAVIS wMh hi* Sunshine Band in . "Mississippi Rhythm" and JAMFS OLIVn ITKWOOD'S "Trail of the Yukon" Kirbv CHANT £ c HINOOK' The Wonder Dog TIII'KS. lUNLV) 445 V S.30 I'.M. "Trouble Makers" Lao r.ORCEY & The BOWERY BOYS 'Badmen of Tombstone" Brod CRAWFORD. Barr> Sl-LLIVAN GAIETY—Th* Uraa. *t. 3. TODAY (ONXYI 8.30 P.M. Musicman & Haunted Trails Freddie STF.WART Wh ip WILSON. And:. 'I,' HTD. I.SO *-•• P-M. ; s i "Squared Circle' -.iftKwnrtn. I nwa C.I.CASON Over The Border IACK r.noWN i iii'tei. s.30 P. >'tCE\ AF.ASTSIDS K BLOCK BUSTERS & HIDDEN DANGER Johnny MACK BROWN MinMTI \T •••ir.^ \ ^( Kl \*1 IS rlR IPMIK M\Ks||\| OF Ml Ml .finf4Wf


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M I si\\ 111 < i MI:I R j-, |< ( -,| BAWAI tos II\H \TI I'U.I UIKII There'-. %  baby to gladden %  snothcr't heart!— f\rm | jnd *irong whirr tretr. coming . Then the blcwing* thai com from -the run cod beet Mil *>• nctt In r-.iuir.il Rag %  nd protective vii JITITH A I MERRY I A SevenSeaS A NATURAL SEA-FRESH VITAMIN fOOO %  ','Fathrr ui> |'im ulni;: he uin't tuiicd "/'• *'' / %  a MMM "f. fc/B 6a deUghCdd iu K will C'Uin* Aa*-MtW CfninnuH party." London Exprssn Henic* REV. DURAiM DIES IN NEW MHiK W.IJJ.S. NEW ttWlK The Barbados as on* t>r. C Elliot Duram. M A., of an HHMBoni 1> I) Li-D. lieeeer ef %  . Ammake a *tud> brase Episcopal Church. 9 Weit HofMl mothods 130 Street. Kew York CWy. died States. Mp at hi* residence SIS Convent trchiiM-al idut.ition Ave., Friday Dec. 14, 1951. aflat .•n l"rtfr of Ufllll TTIIIT Alone Dr. Duranl, a native of Barb..Comml %  >n, Ml aVaahinfltoii dos. B.W.I.. was born on NovemHarpd end Ml l*r 5. 1887. Hi. father, the Kev. Dr. IK |L wiieii in U* Joseph N. Durant, DA, 1J~D. Stales M.,HU.. thormivh MeeeHaa was thru %  uletgjiuan of tinAnUon and i itiican Church nrvlBi la the &eceee of Barbados. %  parted Rector wag beJ Church on Monday evening. Dee. 17. and a Hcquietii *aid on Tuesday momma at 11.00 a.m.. by the Hi. Rev H. B. Doticgan, D.D. Bishop of the DIOCCM of (fee) York. Irrter%  nceit to.... %  tba day %  4 Woodlawa <. Digmt.. irchcs ol manv Fatthl and denominations in New York and .'III' Cllk British Consular and Diplomatic oaaelaui .iii araJki <> %  Ufc i. %  %  U8M in iinUnited Barb in makini lha lunerai proaaaoV %  lonf remembered HI New York's Hariaan. The Mnal Rev Reginald C.i.mt Barrow, 1> 1> %  Uli lam 'ri'ml of l)i Dm. nitdelivered a most inspiring funeral eulocs arrange % %  i ipablj Si ranged and eondnrtcd by Mi. I ; -Kill. %  • until 1914. when he again jo il Commission, to ed lo the United Si .. % %  I modem educapern %  for %  the I'n.ted %  aai t.. the Waal \the time the i rl the funds .. %  %  %  M : i i woal i -,i lor which ho had a sentiments m m attachment, because all tathei %  raduatad from t* barniDj In iaoi* man M DD* r from that school %  %  tarher. %  It pa, l>i Ilur.m' • graduewxl and ordanu d %  1 it pastorales .r %  %  Maa ind Bryn %  he Dmeese of Naa *> •• and a Bf r st. Luke;' Caaipal M Hi in Dur.mt paalajaad %  %  tar in UttS uad arltta Ua wi-.i irind> he orgai St AmbroMComimiin' snd Chapel and held I service on Sunday. MttV '!IJ5. TlK" ultein. • • IM rsssfl servn !• . and twnl> paraoi atartad what b now st \ C&UHssj wlmh i "W • largest Chur.hes in the I eonnectioti in iha Unhk i I'llv, -v A t\\ Stll I 1.1 \ .. //> THE HAPPIEST SHOW f\ T TOWN Columbia Salutes THE TEXAS RANGER MH\ SffWHfVf. CHRISTMAS 1 TO YOU ALL from THE MANUFACTURERS OF "EVERITE" 1 CORRUGATED SHEETS jj I J UlCBSlH" .e in Uv A %  %  M UV. IK u.i.nm in BAMl Dr. Diiiant received his early education in Barbados, and be•tuaja pf i %  • %  T<-n years l-ter on Jo K-. htj earb adult life there in lntitute. Alabama, and re.urned l946i a MrV ic u b the held of jnumali-m. He was lo Barbados with a comprebenania the mortgnfe paper >.<• ooi cted itli the atarfewlsa and exhaustive report. the church havinr iWeekh IlMkra.led". first as a rea jl ly m ri.i.i. %  %  portei and ifierwardi as a nw the editorial staff. In the real 1912. he was I,....-,I .. %  : %  iiAfter nil return land with lh> ath< to hal %  I nberi ot that date tlVtlion Kills PARK %  %  %  %  i %  11MKI11 CHRISTMAS!! RELIANCE sum is IMIIIIE Ol IIAIIIIAIIOS blORGC M0NI60MERY GAIE STORM II -H'JM Stll,. MIU lo# J MILK STOUT I C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402 5 I %  I S. I %  I %  %  £ X I I I Merriment aplenty, a full %  Igaadal and fell and ha> heart, peace and Isavfanaai and faaanaahhj hi the lalle.l measure. M. il all mm' true fur urn IIIWIM A tO.. I Mlrut: i OHM it Minn T |2jn*2j A HAPPY CHRISTMAS May a myriad ol Christmas joys be yours, and may the warmth of Iriendship surround you as you and your family gather on this festive occasion A Prosperous NEW YEAR is the wish of J. 8. R TENNENTS LTD i Wi %  JP



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p.xr.r rnm II MM! tDOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY lr< F.MBni IS. l51 Visual Education And Television TELEVISION. UOtiv .ind space. although -till in the stage, pi useful mfj' "( education, superiI ecu to tfir more •isIrucUon <) aid* to •durUlDB %  vailarHe *elcvision channels. Ml AiTMTK-ai%  Universities. 4 IIH'dK-.'l schools, III loCil public di Ubreriao %  serviru U raitinm. tim*i of || from rul tntl' then have applfd loi Federal irenses to m Many nole.1 win knetd Ih it i| i lo othei %  .: d In lt ihilll b < %  M ii Ti '!i-vjtmn commun i II e use 1.1 spcctfU. In a BBJ The pcceptual character of picture loflu tutea both their strcnwHt and thru It Ua wtkiMM i'i lb motion i %  "in well as televlsiM of | \vno'. (In uriMnf "i whim r* certain i ulturaJ %  l ..s verbal forms can On the other hand, %  Be A chid difll.h iMtrui Uoti denti ode. :.. k the %  id words fully, Crequi ntl) becauei I meaning* for the MM word. Since pictures deal I U...1 level of experience, they eon erosi Intaraa. .1 non raslly %  .an and do apnm, for it requires hkH schooling, I It] or irniiung to understand .. pit iori.il n"-ii*<* than a verbal message. %  nmunlcaii.able to i-xtenu the raiike ol the visual atnse In perl LlIU from 11. By FLOYDE E BROOKS %  ran alow action down, or speed it ,. ha* nx-atiln. audience n be so %  %  %  .: -.1 HM ..r.l Ugh) ' i notion picture can ao Ml ,| (,1,11(1 • %  ... %  sot hew it pierces a piece of K l %  *. the pattern Hie plr.es ta> %  thai oci %  %  HI.'' and to %  rpuscle.-. ol uliod can be ttunugfa th. oapUl students as .i umup in aaj %  t Of aCtlort, as opposed to individual viewing through microscopes, baa significant n. Uon .ippin to ti %  I !'n motion picture in contrast with the use of the telescope. Motioii [Mi'iii.ii'iivislon. and n n unka* lion lifter eSraMencei re ivin and man eric live "'in' aUkx alii than ira extherv aUal %  in motion picture. tin h iof liKbt ••ilin.i%  . nlflcanee oi yhli h oh' %  Umlnati d Ii 'how sub* ITJ purpose liopinant of physitiil skill*, this .. of the film demonstr.it particular importance. In these subjects the film demonstration provides an opportunity for all the student-, to view the act Ionlo-l„-imitatcd from exact*/ the s.iine viewpoint. In such subjects as social nudjej, the order in which the content is presented through a film makes it ... ier tot the students to develop tin > i mi alirations necenrsary for nn effeeUva understanding. Thix power of the motion picture lo provide "real" expertenc.hits 'Igniflcanl educational potentials. increasingly, the events which affect the lives of student' ore reseats in terms of space and time. %  roots occurring at a di*-iifftcuit to man %  I than the use of pte:rial formof communication. Some of the pffOnUM that thrv will I I | ex' md underI) jiimulata intaraal and lion by student*. (3) offer new and more effective approaches lo att Mure gener%  is %  cavil) lo bejievc llin: %  .11 I I I |! -,| than other form i • i %  cation, (5 1 broaden the mass audience reached by the con %  lion; (ti) offer .. new ki: tural force which can ch | iIs of thinking agl actions which are passed ori from BgnaroUun to ,'• %  Hi .'MI, Some studies based on Ihe u.*c Of Ii,miing Una In industry during World War II indicated that lathe operators with the use of Hlms could learn in one week as much as they previously had learned in three weeks with the Usual type of instruction. A m the use of films in davatoptnf, athletic skills the wartime OJtpi the i's OfAea of Education ami of MM r B l in the same con%  %  %  iltion -f facta ai undjaratanditifl <>f basic %  rhara is also general agree%  rouaa Inlaraai which laa da to further student participation, in health classes I iy classes, for Instance. The use of war training films Indicated increased interest of the ..reflected In an appreciably reduced rate of absenteeism. Children are especially willing to sit by the hour viewing motion pictures and television broadoagi Researchers also report that film* have definite and lasting effects on social attitudes, that this Is Mpeciflc In terms of a given l a given motion Dictum, and that this emotional effect is cumulative. Other studies Indicate the effectiveness of Dim. in furthering emotional objectives. Some rough measure of Wiis effec datf-at to whith -•rmaelve* in terms of < I thing and language .md behi.vio.i wdh their favourn picture and television '•naracters In such areas as tolerance, mental hygiene, and democracy, motion pictures orTer biight hope of an effective way of implementing the emotional obb educator* have %  long subscribed Mpi onh .•light in -i it;.! pictures. They b-vII much to create a kind of world 'Ulture Their influences on aspect* of life have not been measured but are attested to b> Of th*life and customs M the world, This f '. |.n lure is Important in throughout the world, where the problem is to reach vast groups of people unable lo read. People who cannot read or write ran understand simple motion pi.naraj artuoh Baotv techniques of -iiri'."ni. health, Unpitwad farming practices, and skills of home UOB. lectures are also highly effective in adult education. Tew :. read all lha things the>wish to r -ad Fewer still will( read serious discussions and act .". as the • %  when it is necessary on so manv %  bring the ed i the people up l<> .late, this ability of the film to interest. attention, md lo provide infonnua p acuj and anecUval] %  % %  ( ..:i '.,i.: -• nali.ic nf ihe uiolion i i I detailed natu %  of n presentation. arTccts the baoavlour of m.ii., chlldnn and youth in those phases of life which ba"H remained untouched by the moie traditional modes of COUUnUnll lion. It has led to an unprecedented change In customs and manners which affects all phases of living. While much of the rusearcn into the use of motion pictures and other pictorial forms ..f communication has been excellent, i.iken ut a whole it has touched only a. law Of the basic pontbili I knowledge trained in the us,of motion pictures In education applies to television too, but television can make unique contribution! of Its own. (EDUCATION Study & Tearhing) HEALTH BENEFITS L-J CONTAINS VITAMIN A | 0 IN A DELICIOUS FORM INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange Thm uicatl way of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  ••• >i mil I miigtii no., loaooi Rub it on CHEST Put it in the HOSE Meothoiatum' Balm stops Coklr alm<": si ooor. Put' MmthoUlum' up the No* sod RUB IT ON the Throat and Chesi As sooo aa you begin lo mbak the iling 'McatnoUtum' vapours, your head starts to char and stuffy nose and teat nassagai oasa up so thai you can _. Ouick-gatahro. OaofT MENTHOLATUM ASK FOR REAL nEN.THO-LAY-njM Britain's MOSLSIS Oxford makes motoring news! r* SMtMitMifc.il*.. (fct. i#f)i jWMMiV5WV',M.j.i% ;! 4%5Mij^ 1 jW W i Gardening Hints For Amateurs (..iKDKN Pt„STS AND DUEASES—< onttl. THE GARDEN IN DECEMBER Scale r'l./i! "BueJrJna (• which MI rrequet cus, Oleander. others rdon IK'SI. heuding of Scale Insect. stuck Hlbta 1 plants and N.jlr Infer. U OU be white. black, or brown, and appear like UtUa luny lump.coveiing Ihe name of the affliclcd plants. This eondlllon H often accompanied by a black sooty appearance of the fht Garden Booh informs u^ that ant* are to a gi*-.,i extent %  U lor the ipread of thi* "scale blight" ami to prevent it spreading ants should !*• Lractad 'i> their nests, and destroyed by boiling water. If the plant is very badly infested, as is often the*ease i Mihlscus, it is be*t to cut it down to Ihe ground <| .,( an rate to ait out the worst parts. If Ihe trouble Is only slight. It should bespray.-d with NlagajBttiuleo Another very common garden affliction, this time not .* peat but a disease If, Hlaek Spot whuh so often ..Hacks Rose trees. Mark Xpet can be recognised when it is seen that the rose lemvei h.ivc a brownish blotchy appear inea with black spots both on the surface and the underside of the leaves. After a time even the brownish blou-h turns blnrk. nnil the whole leaf then rurn 1 yellow and drops off This diaaaii must be dealt with promptly, and <:%  fii.itiiienl Is In spray with Mi mure, or to dust the plant mtli .i inixiuie of Sulphur an.i powdered uraan %  '< ol toad The pri % %  11 ipti m foi both these %  a from the Oardan Hook of Barbados are green below. H..,,i, %  „!, Mixture Ir'nr Bluck Spol) Dissolve 3 ozs. ol pure capnaj sulphate (blue stone) in m gallons of water. Mix 5 on. of hv\am (ilackad nmei in %  little water, and dilute It to IV^ gallon*, pour the lime water Into the copper sulphate %  otutton and stir Well These ba mixed u d kept epai jhen mixed together ihOnld D4 l>iis|in U Mixture Kor Itl.nk Spol !> parts or innSulphur; 1 part of powdered sntenatr of lead. I I dUSUng of plants Should be HI I'i. ptanpl are damp rroni daw, rain or watering, II dang in a high wind much of the •ed. as it blows away before i( cjn slick to UN plan! For by this process n 1 -iinil.ir bag does veiv Well Kill with the dusting powder and shake wall over the atTeeted planlB, Ousting machines can be loaned from the Depiriimiil ol A i ture. but for the avengi eh WTdf n unless a great number of plants are to (-• tn POailbla to do this dusting job from a bag sufficiently arelL rortunataly Annuals are seldom lad by oltbar paghi M dk a N and 'i"i Ini their short lives lha) keep bjaajthy, and n th.it wai LEADSWAYIN LOW-COST "Quality First" motorinr* Ballt to meet world-wide demand for a universal car that la economical to ops rate, engloed for upsed anJ fot comfort. All aeata ara within the wH"eit*sc ltcanb driven on loog Journeys with out fatigue to the driver, and craiaea continually at high speed without stress. The Morris Oxford la one of Britain's most successful world-appeal cars. i.ladinl. The g irdeners who Intend to have a good show of Gladioli next yi'.ir. should Inthinking ..boy! Igin| their bulbv These baailtlfuJ BoWVri are so well known that no descrlpti necessary. Suffice it to ay that they ran be grown in this island I'essfully. and OftM i"' bulbs ore good, the Bower iplkefl .ire .is due as any seen abroad. Although the rccognlsi the roar 10 plant the-, i Barbados is early In II January to February, pet rat t ti, ,t in some part* of ui. island they will flower U)D the year. QUMUOU like a light rich scil In rf sunny well drained bed. Place the bulbs about eight inches apart for a border, and do not pletely bury the bulb. Remember: 1 1 • Gladioli hate frc~h animal manure. (1J They (lower about 3 month* after the bulbs ore planted. t i giKKi upright pegtUon they i. ti. Uahy dlappij XmaA TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS MAY YOU HAVE A PEACEFUL AND MOST ENJOYABLE FESTIVAL THIS IS THE SINCERE WISH OF %  X BOOKERS (Bdos.) DUG STORES LTD. Hi".ul Street and Hastings (Alpha Pharmacy c We take this opportunity to wish Our Customers and friends Ul ZHappy Christmas and 41 MRU POWER l.ci.l FtW WHIll SUSPINilW. FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole DUtributort Phone 4504 %  & %  & %  S. & & X & 1 I iS £ Teeth Loose Gums Bleed lh.il -ill ii.r.oui.nii..^ and Ilaarl ri.u.I asstet I'vorrlua -M %  ihe fl •luMilr n, .•Ui ii ,l %  %  i<" "> ••iu"i ol finM. perk. Aiitena'P^ *•* Fgerrhea—Treaah Pfoolfe ^Prosperous SWew ^ear m 8 J one -west anuiu C/JBCUII *-u-, ooiu. ^ Ishe 'West 3ndia biscuit Co., £td.£ CHRISTMAS CHEER and I GREETINGS... i*W.*l\WAt\M\W\nM\M\i\i\i\M\ill'A>V l/l It. / £ m To our many new Friends and Clients. This is your Store — a Store for Men. to start you off in the THE LONDON SHOP New Year in a practical way. with a selection of everything to Better the Best in Clothes for Men! %  'tWM%MiS\TiK?\KM\Knf\MMyiyW,' ,< 1 :.JO.JV,.; 4 J,J,f 1 ;,5,^f\f<;\Jf,f,5<5.%^;.;J\f*f*HaPnir.



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li I M>U UK I MKIK 2'.. I.".l R.\Kn.\IMl> \ll\n( Ml I'M.I. H\l. The American Novel Through 50 Years \\ .l!.o. Prepares il.iiiiHuMik WX Students Association mnuwMvv.vvwMw>s%wammm M.c'mg of Ihr ill Mr 1.4 at InSalimlay I1KI MWIMI .. nu and brlwf In. thl5 iOflj o( U ThrotcKgr„uiidl are rarofllUy aaaemHrong. V >'<• %  l" | '„'.„._'„,, aiKSi .~ donOmm (K7I.IM3I :,nd hh I" l ujanw „, ,.*,.,,,,,,,, ,u I lu ST.n S work atom lo offer quit I .<.pallcrn „, lT,MlSli-i m.Ieri.1 for staple. AaKhHorIh nu .1. nlM l Bul realilK. .nd Uial voerSTK. ' ward ai ^SSllS Plloaon> cl.bli.hed .1 pre,„,, M „ complcxIUee to reaolv* and some 1 men! grolite, another pan of HreiM, ap ". .' u ,^preur "am anaJaa J... Sn York Cllv. S radoxea to explain Although ing oul of Ihe eUah of s. -i, rggnaiiieu un %  .'',,',.T-TT Jard, for — '' Mum miimi u • pmfaued it. ihVreaiXtfco waa In moat of h|i work an Imcharacters in Ihc atory remain doubta though onb at the end 1 ,„..., .1 Thri luaWfla will The Hon Victor Uryan. who plied norm of value He waa a figure* ratlu-i than living persona, each book. Not even th. al^aaa conventlona .*" K* t< .uded ill a reporl dengr.-.l waa In the UJ? on official rniuneaa. determlnlst. but he worked hard r... ;..'ber. the leading strong, who could 1 l( handbook touched on aeveral phaaea of to find aucceu and recognition character. 1, a nebulous pc !" .n.e-full. for a wtille llau,. Ihey • %  ,„ „, e b[ .1 and % %  m —.'"id "Sfaaft-HsJiv. ; r;!^;" !" ".,'',,;;*,;;; Timidad. and explained tbtt background cannot uv itself Di' 1 !*' attempted an • of the nr* conaMutt L-I> -_J : ._uam nfcii>iiit*i 1-iiriui v$ "Kli %  mm ,. whuiK .tat.-. ..• %  II ...• milili.hi^l in Ihe 11 K ana, ,.nnirmma*, i.ife waa an .-.... important insect,...!, s. '*"",""; %  I SJ Jl gllld. I •"' n, '!..>, %  He Mid not oiil; ,.nu-. Bui to'AM , 1,.,.,,, l—Hiia nf Inv lii log hi. roll %  mnoel.nc. ... ........... C S U'sui 1 tho ilim.ullv h,h..l in "i %  ' 1 BO ?"' .lion, bin ail) I... n otaaaa ae.i 1* aajaf ,1, to kooil ih.it th... asm taking a eunoualy. dated. He I. rather g. I"J-" "'"'£" ,„^ ,„ ,mu,.rtant I >dl! "> orally regarded as one ol the Lie we ~, .111 nnpinuii The queallon nad i ..•..,. "To e.nh according 10 hi-. SOB nlclllgent I ; *5£ "iLSulJ" ... he wrote as Ihe con1 dinting paragraph of Th. / and recognized. A controversial figure then his u "j",. """ "uT.-^M-V"wrr work nou MMM clw.ijJting character. DnlM had ways U) make this nn import cludtni the qtN U and lympatheae by nature e*nu lsn EncvuraKl l>. Iu> cdito* 5 — n< !!i *i" x to haveundeist.iud her children lft | -nd nnaiidal .-ii<,\.s lie was t ,iml "'"" labortoua ,, . ... %  better than the father who .ippeais j cat i\ once more to lake up hn mi> '' And m ,hr ''" v nrc •l 0 1 '' lal not only for .iiiaiaiume i i H, to have been reliaimi* but rigid u-ork • a novclifct Thr um fc -Itlmate H blind U ,k : menial pono, on shipe and aircraft but dent* thai ha would contfliui U %  u has lived" Sueh Mi f t r general UM '.iiin Lrint !mductMi. '•' %  mattera to tho %  ttannon of ina ocasort's GREETINGS WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS IN V.C FULLEST . . . MEASURE AND A BRIGHT AND . HAPPY NEW YEAR L PLANTATIONS LIMITED Bridgetown A SpeiqhUtown and perhaps fom time the father had baan | of a larfe woollen mill, i>ui •< %  i %  | left him %  Pnverty and domenlit yuanel* raaulted. which left their mark upon younj, Dreiser and gave him :. BrOWl %  COW of inaacwrilj From what he had exparbroccd at home, poverty and religion appeared to follow one upon the other; Ji nnt i .. (HMD l,k>' %  % %  I Mi Mr.-kmann praiied the An time), waa %  %  ton oi khaivvd hen. anonly before p!ete. uu,.l ^J^^nVci n ,.ny orgai Jinpli'tely b) tl.c .vents aroiini 0"*aUl %  liur.Uin.' alfO Wild In itimuuHO r.-.-an-h on ihi-m. On the whole II is a weak* n 'hird volume of CowpaiwDod. lattaara) numl In thb Hold er book than "Sister Carrie" an.' Bafora *• had taken U| The ei ttondad UlO • %  onvim-mtf Thi book shows. rtunv ' l'"-!"' 1 "'"! •""! "f 1 %  Tim "hlni-uiuul" -nmiilro pleasure, money belonged to an however, that Dreiser waa moving %  ;,' i UPst fo T n "" '"' l'iick Ilk l(arlKMHS %  "" placed a ouite uncritical .v..Ui. .,,,,-a and h „ .„.„„„ w ,_ .„,.. TiUn.thn story f Eugene Wit la. Council %  -*•* %  w#r M ,.. i.mWe Victor. lion upon thein as obj^Uves. llus ,S4 wui recipe \ t..M n2 ,h <' -,1 n-c -((!,. .man %  D Him.Ud, later public confeasfins in for thei \ !1 ronr .^rJTbwauac ^0^0111 ll,e M a quest for l-eaiit> N :,M miaatm AaWa-ant h.er IIUIT.U ,.f I Brawn autobiofraphlcal lH,k, ralata how '"'^^ !" m V ?>f^fhl!f iSZiSS w ,rMindf M "" h M *• A ,,,n %  ll < ""' Hi Joi A. Menu, the Aaaoria. frgnklv and how timidiv he wught !_. ,„1^ "Ji? .J" ^*1?"; >> critic Henrv i. Men.k%  rl "•' rtmeni Hum Tiaawim imuid %  Till ( the lusii of Dreiwrs Cowper(.in^ -Jennie Orhe-rdt round Well %  Vie.I'halnnani. I... Hi loh repreaentlng a partlcuL ,.: navai %  • [ora had he I naatini paoploi ..( tba various lalai Into one gimip itn ..Mi co nttn oB bjaoUva. 0U1CI .llslinguKhed Inclined In thai tunacttoo by his .maginathre nature, bent tbaroto by reaction whioli began even %  rSS^^SCi zS^Sff*!!! T^y^'''". V' JL. 0 *? 2! ... < 11*12.. "The Titan(19141. and (IMB).' 1* UJ easily home, ha was Mrengthened in "The Stoic" (11M7 > weakest novel and on nn.*er lllT l 1 %  U rid he As docUT: ,, h ftronB clahni H her R :".nkcama to know through hl< new.worUI ,„ Iini(ni0 lhcs( an b !" L 7 \ pfk. K. ,. U ,-IM t ;i .-I Wy ne b*,, by n Aim licai r mill po r1 ." .. An ^^ n ^ ^ r 1 .. "' took five days to raach by his fallow reporters, what he of i clWrs with patient labour the tJ round m AldouHuxley. Uilliati. novelist set down all the hKta .( Tvndale. and Herbert Spence. Uuit ,o m plieaU-d world and out^ _„ i him to ratlonalisa nla \ IWli h .iw the labour of the iMytX W((rk In c*se .IK. Through those exditch-digger. Ihe amlnliuns of the P*!. Asalslanl Direct.i ./ indlNew ifc l ind Dr J Aruo. iv;;,;: laimadi IU>.I s^i.-.-n,,.,! ih" '' IOKI IN ( BICAGO, ,%  „... •gUrH thief „f tlr-hninle.il _il-oratory ..f the Mnlario AtHlt'Ol'l' tlOiH'V VeneauaU n %  %  ^ For Civil War "••" ——--u inftoclriy matron, the machinerv of ,, v ,.,( ..., ( klllfully f.i.MNtenoj was to develop which war %  polftJeuuu the cool avarl i %  mly gi.i1 Cowperwood as a tugsombre atmosphere Ihe dramatic pounds, some itrong, some weak. K( a,| individualist >o much a? UMUIOII whioh is maintained desume unstable, why pretend i< mural of n period. As .spile the U-ng.h ol free in Making any goal'' Yat ho luetl shortcoming.! of languages, this novel something eeiiainK of could not raconcile himself to plot construction, characterlzothe powei of great tragic ltlerapoverty. Jo fnilure. Struggle tlon, imperfectly organized detail lure, might be futile, but he could not did not prevev' II,.success of the For many years Dreiser had renccepl the prospect of f-iilure noi garded mon only as u aociotinBel > will Dreiser had no answer when he The whole .onstmrtlon and biological fact to be explained b) Am Sister Carrie" (WOOi M-eigM of Cnwoerw.-vl-v slnrv the laws Of pnMcal MUlT '';*"",...,' %  *-isual with Dreiser, the hook revealed Ihe an Lb, Vl1 "'' u,ii, hifted hi point of view PARIS, Sui i %  %  i %  oramuattn H h National Assembly wlielniinglv approval on day night 38O.O0O.OtHi not) %  ''c i n nulTtai i gpi and bus fares in home and %  • %  > m Ian I'linnj; the coming yean i* % %  ifltoni .i lol I: Vi. u %  %  •ufhi in the i mail Auth ..kit will ..imi-t led v iMMlajfti pte ribali In iha taoo-Chin< o.me. Owners' Aaaocloll<> .In. w; ,|. The lenaimhi marl tpandltu in other Frenrh union tciiii.ni. XMAS PROGRArvW.t : Afrka ft* ClaOBM Of hung. .u ..i Indo-Chinese lighting %  i lad %  I'ICI hiDrl .UXI....I "Tho Friends aml'ilolOM asked to n-i-nt on have dralnad the Erancb ireosury I these <|ui|is. gi :iM),000.0on.(W0 francs a not includina rae. %  'i. | ... Rid fror tii. Unltad liIre i/oii f ./t,.n, $ti\ratit.% tor \IHM> if N nm/.f sin*' %  /off #/#* the UvHt .fof.nt*. /li, i t i4 not imlti #/(•-.# hm the 0-hi-tt/if.i Deliciuuk MMtU AM) SHOKT CAJU HISriTlTS —imlv %M iwr Hi. SIIIKI.IV \NI> <;K AMAM (RA( KIR %  UCUItl —only 4lif per lh. WIBIX SOI>A ( KACKI KS —only 3(rf per Hi. OBTAIN AHLi: IVCIIYU IIFRK. fl THEM tO-n\ 1 aHM^*3K^%iS^i83a %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  15%  m £ %  IS I %  I %  v V iaOiii:in i IIO>I i I>II i in II111 IM.I.TOW .\. II Allll A IMS ami (.iisi.on. srori.Axi. on behall ol the undermenlioned, extend to their Friend:; and Customers SEASON'S GREETINGS Alcoa Steamship Co.. Inc.. New York Blue Star Line Ltd London Seaboard Shipping Co.. Ltd., Vancouver The Motor Union Insurance Co.. Ltd., London General Motors Corpn.. New York Vauxhall Motors Ltd.. England The Massey Harris Co. Ltd.. Toronto The Oliver Corpn.. Chicago ("Cletrac" Tractors) Harry Ferguson Ltd., Detroit and England Fisk Tyre Export Co., New York Duraliie Batteries Ltd.. England Crosley Div. ol AVCO MIg. Co., Cincinnati (Refrigerators) Nu-Swllt Ltd.. England (Fire Extinguishers) Canadian Lumber Co., Ltd. Pillsbury Mills Inc., New York ("Liberty Bell" Flour. PUlebury's "Besl xxxx" Cornmeal. Pillsburys "Champion xxxx" Feeds, Feed Ingredients) The Ogllvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., Montreal ("Canadian Queen" Flour) Victory Mills Ltd., Toronto ("Veellne" Soyabean and Linseed Oil Meal Jos. E. Seagram & Sons l:<: Montreal (Seagrams "Vo" Whisky) The O'Keele Brewing Co.. Lid.. Toronto (O'Keele's "Old Vienna Beer) United Dairymen. Holland ("Farm" — Condensed. Evaporated and Powdered Milk) Seal Cove Canning Co.. Ltd.. 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PAOI in UAKBAIMIS ADVOCATE BARBAi)os_^ij\mu(^Tt Britain's China Policy ,he Grfa L mair ]Sm 1 — %  MSDAV DfcCEMBk* ^ I >il (. 1 —Tf--_. -1 FrtaM fc k. .". . 114 KM* M. MM.v TMMiajr, Ih-irmlirr IS. 1951 CHRISTMAS ..vo IxKume so Lrcustomed to I mai us a secular feast, a tin.' nig and receiving that we arc in great dan%  to explain IM is all about, or tn maj is a time fur giving. But all of us who are reminded of its meaning will at I ought never to have forgotten. Because there never has been : trcr will l>e SO long as men live on earth MK'I i unique event as hap!" the firs! Christmas. On that day Christians believe that Almighty God became man, having been born to a wrnan in Palestine, who had joyfully .. tpfc I Oodt intention proclaimed by the angel < labnel when lie Bald 'Hail thou who %  t lull nf grace; the Lord i~ with Thee: blessed art thou among women rars ha\e passed since the reefed the blessed Mother of God: so many years have passed since God Himane man and was born in a manger in Bethlehem: and with every year .since the crucifixion of the Holy Child when grown to man'.-, maturity. Christmas has been remembered. Today the Christian world shows no sign of forgetting DM birthday of Almighty God. But (he world itself, .the world which is not Christian, which is not even godfearing, that world has reached new heights of enmity against Christ and against God. Even Christians themselves have become tepid in their attachments. They honour God and they worship Him with private and public prayers but they too have become infected with the materialism of an age which looks to man for salvation rather than to God. Even the word salvation previously used to denote the safety of souls in H(,\.V' D is now used freely to denote 1 > .i\ < us OB earth, and the leaders ol nBlsriOB I liemselves have chosen fragments of Christiaruty and rejected others. The world, Christian and non-Christian alike, has grown weary of waiting. People want their heaven on Earth and the faith of Christian! i corre*|>ondingIy weakened by the beliefs of an age that does not want God. They blame Christianity for failure to promote peace and to prevent wars: they have up hope in Christ and His teaching. And they have sought to remedy the world unaided. The woeful consequences of their actions are there for all to see. The most enlightened men have been trying ever %  foes the French Revolution to produce a world in which the brotherhood of man, liberty, fraternity and equality would replace the struggle for life and the sufferings to which man is heir. Then ctlorts havi tesulted in ghastly holocausts, wars, murdei and hatred, wbkh despite all the civilised trappings that cloak them, are the normal ways of life in the twentieth century. And still men blame Christianity (or their own failings. They a because it reminds them thut they are tainted with Original sin, and that only when they have been born again with iacc can they hope to fulfil the will of God. These are thoughts that ought to be our foou on Christmas Da> We era nroatmci and OUT rapacities to plan our lives or order our affairs are limited and restricted by powers beyond our control. And even if God has not granted us the most precious of all the gifts we receive this Ci Day, the gift of faith, yet God has given Itf, the um oi nature to guide us on out search through life And in the West lndn tin year hurricanes and storms, floods and as have been reminding us unceasingly that there are things over whuh we have no control, that despite our talents, our abilities, OUT Qod*glVSB) IJOBlnil to alleunan miseries and suffering wean powejrle %  insure againal the might} ol nature and helpless to, against ies and bomhs ol enemy nations. We are living In an age of which unable to know more than a %  mattering of events whuh dally shake the world we in the West Indus are isolated by water from our nearest neighbours: we kno\i the great world outside: but despite oui littleness we share with every created human soul % % %  anil pn< i M God became mar in Bethlehem thai i It Day %  not surprising that giving and reLs the true t| ;i it >f "' when we remember mas Day was*about. What 4 hiirrliill Will Toll T r ii in a II . .. -II that Bn bflt altitude In I will all I,. laanda. And BUB will rough out ,i ; %  m I MB %  The r*r East though, with the ( Ked agression to UM Krnpiulife-lines, will romf hign And. sitting in an arm chair In %  t'huuhill -ai laU America* lead.' Bt thai Brttasa will b alongside the U.S in bat '.'" policy towards MM China 1 Coaununl I leader, a* long us China's troop" fight in Korea. For Churchill. .. • leader and Britain's No. I rsalut that neither Britain not Vm afford to dtf agree over major world policies. In the rush and bustle of Oat concrete and chromium phere of America's capital he may McisM MaSptt %  %  cause UM tJibWUT Go* roapa ns sed lu-d china in 1950. He will %  IL, though, CWtOOU rasa win beta u, irhHb bat radu :< vni I inn.! u, a trickle of peace lime good*, and cd her from establishing ptoch pUss of strategic raw I n as lighting continual, llntain will help bar China from UNO. Wilh UM BlItlBh lYemier will bi i % %  .' %  %  '.! %  .!. Bridal] travelled Foreign Secretary, t-gether with Urd Ismay. Commonwealth Relations Si-, r,:., the l-rcnuer's wartime channel to IBS OflbtlOl forces. They will rei Unbji with AnMrtca'i p ofl ll c al nsdars, iotn m formal and informal mrrt.ng-. And It is likely that when UM conftnaCBI are over, Mr. chuichill, will urge that further efforts be made to bring together the world's leaders to achieve a BllUe rl only if Stalin and the communist chiefs show goodwill for such a meeting. 'Iks. it is likely that Mr Churchill will run ovn recent relations with China. They have passed through three II the last two years. 1. Jan. 1950—June 1050. This phase was opened by 111 Main's recognition H i O mm u il tBl Government. And. %  aid Britain's Labour chiefs at the lime, recognition did no: mean thai they either approved or disapproved the Red regime. It wa, •i fin re recognition of the fact tinat the Communists went in power in China. As such, Hri.ain supportMi the Soviet's Bloc's claim for the inclusion of Communist Chl.ia in UM t'nllad Nations— and clashed over that U-sue with the U.S. 2. June—De Ci 1950. Ilstl was marked by the outbreak of ihe Korean war, which ranged Brttatn and Red China In !:!<> %  and led lo Britain dropping her support lo ComI lUni '<>r China's U.N. .iiriiis' ion 3 Dec.. 1950. to date. This was marked by the aggression of Chinese forces against U.N. troops in Korea, which causr i Britain lo vote against ChtaaVa I :-i.rson WairgrthslaiB, Mao Tse-Timc it, has cold-shouldered Ii it..111. He has refused lo send a Uc representative \<> UM %  BI I.,files He has snubb•d the good-will efforts of Mr Lamb, Brittan ChargeD'AfTalres who ardved in I'.Ki II lha SpiniK of 1950 lo reopi-n n. \ M 1.11 \s ruvi Id Mao. tn effect. I recognie 1 1 %  lers UM %  aaaa, pasaai ... Britain's t i—i frMnfl I h.-k. ins NationalL l enemy in ih* post-war 'tghting ir I He renmnbers too that the Britlih in Hong Kong, back in I9, refused to hand over air.11 Of two Chines.Civil Aviation Corporations who •heir allegiance fro-fl ChuuiLKai ninself. T.Klay, the imp is felt by H. isuj In lh rai iseJ tarty Americans. Brltisn, Canadians and Australiaiks a* well as a number of others lie undnr arrest. In moat casrv charges have been made by Mao 1 polios, no trial has been I %  are the prisoners allowed access lo %  •dries Their Ess I .ne forbidden to % %  hi missionaries, are suffering the %  /ne treatment Where charges have been .-ame as that familiar in Soviet I'llM %  1 ClI ,1)11-pitacy against the stale, orson, tnurder, halting, all au . proSSCUtSr lhat Western 1 lallad to irasp how the arntstvfl 11 en could |ossibly have i-ommitte.l crimes of such magnitude ar>ci escape. Further. Western nationals. iioin,'.,iiiy psrmlttad to trade, meet unending diffli-ulties. H sT.V III* li^lils lt\o t 1^.11 til.-, I'.issi N • % %  • |* ,|l| HUM 11 lairl Ih. REMEMBER theprie t in Uv IngrldBergin fllm "Stromboli"? He was noted for one ^n... whrn Bcr K mn lr,^ lo tempt h,m I an/1 failiwl And to Mao. 1 lileV tab are only two all. a situation Mao h*s BBsd l u> kill UM USJM a hardship: eail.. S.^1 of a .-mall fam %  1: v e whispers endearments to a wenun always unseen. %  inds oV lonely American women ntU, •l„m,..lv,s w,ll. th.. r,-c,pi-nt „f tludead bods eyed words and keep themselves awake "' wai-t ui Ul M n p.m., they can tune in to hH pro. became used to tin r J r I S A HAPPY CHRISTMAS! a I I 1 TO ALL and failed. Well, the man who ployed thai part. RonSO I i'esana, has become a IHK Hollywood success I'V show as The Great (Atom Age) They call him "The Continental.'' and his 1 1.: 1 u 1 0 M caanl 'i Ih%  j'i % %  R % %  %  %  a* used .. dghts famine and plague. 11 mine. ^rew up he Mai **? ^^ et ' r the,r lr ubl lhe f 1 hHor uirls and spinsters tremulously 1 %  waitin;; his appearance? crystallised when b.r two you .... %  itbtai IBI be lettinsj is a softly lit luxury flat. An il Universiiys i i laying dreamy, heart-warming balthe rebirth of China's pOVtrt mC 0T "Cocktails for TWO." stricken mill .... I( tw .... ...... \t foundaAnd there, in a beautifully cut dinner ikti, or a dressing gown is Cesana. u flower his lapel, speaking words of love to a beau:ul visitor—beautiful, but always so near re TV camera that she cannot be seen. . He will light two cigarettes—and hand one il He will pour out two glasses of Vine—he calls it in his Italian-American Dcent "sham-pine-ner"—and one goes out of ic picture. He reads poems—always of love .... He lects a letter from among the hundreds he .'ts each week from lonely women, reads it, il answers it. ini. The sights of death si %  gain bs c a m s par' <>f hli Ufa no -cmplc: about killing — or seeinK China' soldiers killed. His one concerr is the assured establishment ol t'oimr.Linism. The null. have perished in China's wars. Hoods and famines haw giver him an abstract indifference tr taath, Advocate Stationery To our many friends and patrons SEASONAL GREETINGS & BEST WISHES FOR 1952 C. S. PITCHER & Co. A. 7> %  £ & & S. & & s Agents are held responsible for their firm's commercial poUtUH Employers cannot dismiss Chinese workers even when local Chines, authorities withhold materials needed to keep them employad OUMI Ibralgnari seeking to close then DUSUMSBM and SWall exit permits Mr. Churchill and President Truman, may seek also lo puzzle oul the Orient's enigma wtaaUMr Mao will emerge as a great national leader, or whether he will remain a disciple of inti 11 Con 11 nun 1 sin. S.. t.N. Mao has proved hlnssstl an increasingly orthodox Marxist. His faith is the Marsist-Leninlst ersod, srlu) Its dttsi viction in its own Tightness, Its condemnation of other pollUcal beUefs. To Mao. ruler of 3.OOO.0OH %  %  • % % %  %  mllBi in 1 oval ir.o.ooo.imu people Ihe world is sharplv mvi.iHe has been only once outsid. China and that va* ( %  visit to Moscow. He has shown, though, thai when it suits him, he can break with Moscow. He did ~o 13 >ears ago when he refused to fallow the line the Kremlin ordered the Communist', to follow in China. The rif lasted till th. post-war era. Then, when tlu world divided in Communist and anti-Communist biocs, he sought Slalm's -nppori for arms and % %  ..t.. uua Ha BBS neither rcspst fear of Chiang Kai Chek. and his 2b American-BQuiptK-d division. entrenched on the 14.000 square mils island of Tormosa. Ha knows lhat ronao 1 tected by ihe U.S Nat Arrierui,^ defemv \v-,tem. but iunlikelv over to be used as a %  prlaajboard for ait tefc on China's nsainlaiiii. lot) miles across the Btralb IVir an onslaught ,.| v OSUBB Stalin tO march Soviet divisions to Mao's aid. ar* Marl World War III And meantime Chiang's army nesfving no n-placements. Is a slowly Brastlag Chiang Kai Chek hlmssU, taciturn and uncompromising, religious, austere and a fearless soldier proved himself nevertheless Incapable of dealing with I %  lems of a vast impoverished but awakening people. Up lo the moment when he fled the mainland In l, Chiang chose his advisers and ministerUM diehards and taaeUoaartsi II. weep aside the corruption, suppression and exploitation or hi* own odminiitratlf>n. and hi: armies crumbled. And though they arc bittci op("innts or Mao's Communism Mr. Churchill and President Ti u man i M ve lilt), < hiangK.i Chek l or of china. He'll talk about women. When I see an chanting woman across a crowded room I k for an introduction .... My host escorts rra . . 1 bow low ... I hear her name . .' %  .tit for her voice .... "Ah. the voice—it is all important. In America a beautiful woman loses so much 1 ve BO much attention on account of her Be Always it is too loud. "How can a man talk sweet nothings to a "''man when he has to shout? You talk too loud, my darlings. It is the words, the way iey are spoken, that matter, not the volume hind the words." VHI CURLS UP .. Another letter. "This is from a bachelor [in who says that she curls up after a lonely Miami's largeM mclu l' %  11 I manufactu 1 BOjOynia rmi... growth) has caused the enlargeBMfM at the Slate's only voca(BJ -II;MAUDE C. HOOIIM POpulBrti known as ihe m lug man-ii!Ln.[..i>.Llndsey Vocational Technical Siluoi III Miami m the south1 l. in State of Honda is one Of the most unusual schools in 1 StBteg With an enraUmanl of some 23.OOO student.*. '.-Inch out thfl ingest pubI in the State of Florida and one of the largest in tinBBUon, UM I-indsey Hopkins School nciilly located in relation to \I1.11111S central buslncas disnul and also to its populous • residential d rowsrlai 17 slorics above the street and lopped by two pent%  > %  building contains over %  even BCrai of floor space, all of which |g m use as shops, class'1 alive oftlccs. anil ial areas. The w*sl pcnlhouse is occupied by the only i.nlca*ting station owned an.l operated by a Florida school board. The east penthouse occuBtM 11 "ic US Weather Bureau is the only non-school area in the Bopklaa edifice. With an enrollment of ionic :3.0O0 student-. f.>i th. KtC real July I, 1949, to June 30 I tndiB) M"iikni roqutrB I .ics of a faculty of 217 men snd women and an adminish.tiiMand supervisory staff uf 18. The school employs 13 building maintenance men, 24 custodians, and 10 elevator npSratOCSi This is a very drffci. 1 tWB from the ont whn t in the autumn of 1937when the training programme ui DSHM County, where Miami is *rai comprised chtsflj of a few vocational BOnSBBSakUlg classes scattered among schools 1 luhs In the com%  II agricultural programmes in three high schools, brads shops (attended by mitgrown junior hi*h (Mcondary) school building. In 1950 UM l.m.iscy Hopkins lit** r..ursos to 1.180 high school boys and girls and 869 courses to adults of varyDunng the 13 years between the opening of the Miami technical programme in a little iwortOT) building ami (he present lime, apprentice li.nning programmes, evening courses. general continuation courses, veterans training programmes, evening high (secondary) school classes, an adult education divisions have been added to the vocational training opportunities in Dade A-hile the homcmaking dtpannMnt has been greatly augmeatad, and an outstanding hotel training programme has been deThe school has Kg own publishing plant, staffed by students. In which are issued a school newspaper, bull ; publications, ami projects such as the %  iibook. Tig Ihe thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth floors of tho Undsey Hopkins building 1* the rn p l BMd l OB roo m hoM, headquarters nf UM Miami Hotel TrainlBfl Sohooi la aittoh 1 raarround training programme for %  rnploysa was vt„rted in July 1950 Ho U BBd under the same root II esUUishod In 1 Florida school. SBgO school Is completrlv equipped for tr.uinnK Imth men and women in even bl UMrany COVSrad bv the Florida %  id of Massage liconse requirements. Unique In public school offerings is the Uvhn;. aryj school programme of training for dental assistants, whuh is operated in connection with tho Dade County Dental Research CUak A .ieni.il technicians' is added in 1950. PUUng to capacity the 14 cla*sraOBM Of the eleventh floor l> the business training department, in Operation from S.SO in the morning until 10.00 in the Scores of boys and girls, men and women, are enrolling in Ihe voca'SK>1 burineas departments, day and evening, to pre1 are thBB %  ploynicnt in office positions in IB munity. MANCHESTEH. In a leading article praising the work ul he Caribbean Commission, the Manchester %  uardiun says : "If bistury had been subject to 'planning,' to one in his senses would have planned itlitr the political or the economic development of that part of the world loosely %  ermed the West Indies. Its very name i; Q confusion; it includes island and mainland aependencies of Great Britain, France, Hoi land and the United States, lumped togethei with the independent territories of Cuba Haiti and the Dominican Republic. "But history (perhaps happily) could nol be planned, and many Governments now share the responsibility of seeing what can trade school, classes are conductbe done to make the Caribbean world a ed in electrical construction, radio communication,^ broadcastma techniquemechanical refrigeration, and air-conditioning. MOtal trades instructors trach automotive mn nanics P S5 U "<^ESSS *:!: ;">"""" !" '<• W" I" the sett.n,. up ofa Caribbean Commission to study the areas problems and to suggest solutions. "The Commission has obvious limitations It does not represent the independent Caribbean republics and, as Professor Simey i.:rpointcd out, it is handicapped by lack of political and executive authority to gel things done. "Nevertheless the Commission's researches tional training programn parel manufacture and design and of the two-year-old mor%  'I >: ivertismg shop winch is eloaaly iclatrd. floth of UMM shops now occupy quarter* eventh floor, which were rsfnOdBBKl for their speclllc uurpoaa ial r> 'i Sludents ol aircraft trades arc instructed In the Intricacies of aircraft engines, mechanics, and inslruments. In the electrical il i 1 1 — AVAILABLE FROM STOCK — ;•, < vr.i A o.. 1 ,,i. ii., !.,„. s healthier and happier place for its inhabitants. Anglo-American military partnership during the war was extended after the war by invitations to the Frencii and Dutc ornamental iron %  metal work. Duildinr .induction, cabinet making, and mill work are taught fe ,(,,. schools building trades department in the graphic arts department, commercial ait. lUny BBdl display, drafting. phOtBBrapny, pnnhng. merchandising and adVBl kllna arc offered. The vocaliortat division has Pt Us objective: to satisfy the necls srapBayoa and BTBQ nve empk>yS> for iratnd suggestions for West Indian develop'***rsSl&Si"""'. h 'e ,rMd y b " uw,ul nd wm on the job. and to receive satis<"ertainly become more so. An American /£!!!£ f 'w m i ,hc i** ,hr ?" h ftprofessor of historv. Mr Bernard L. poole. creased skills and 'groBlti self(i.„ ,.._. utl v j ., '_, 1 Bdnu 1 To meet this objeclivc. the vocattonal school makes every effort to provide courses of training at a time of day which seems most feasible in each case. 11 seeks—and enjoys—UM co-operation of the community U „ 1 both advisory committees and has just published a sympathetic study nf its work, which he sees as *a practice demonstration of international co-operation on a regional basis' "The difficulties of moving forward from m-operation in ideas to partnership in carry.. f ing them out arc great, hut a start has to 'throughout thei be n,nde wiTh tru> i One 3$ '(She Sincere Wsh Of g. n Qoj


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II:KK : %  ,. is.ii BABBAOOS ADVOCATE PAGI SEVEN **•*%  *. **V •=• aaS> .,| .„,... ^ ^ ,*, fee*** ***v+Vmt tr ^. ^as-**. ^| ^^ -.as^-Haex ^^^ca^,^^ %  '*•* ** \ | n^< ti 'W | l > i >t; Schoolboy INQUIRY N W.I. Very Interested Win* Turkey ADJOURNED n B .B.C. Programmes Sap* Mae Alpine \inas Musif For The Blind Traffic Blocked On \ irtoriu Itriil^t' • From Pag* i >M!h a Dunlop Maxplay ten. 'o> if il would bum row furniture: ttonson Table laghter. I .mmate obiects •take n the room with %  Plastic DollsH.u Furniture I i'h % %  I., iquiry %  [Bi Hill. SI : \v and era* adjourned until i> %  t the! hich she was -lecping on Dicen %  Hr* nee coming to the W< • lerew •! the %  the BBC | a icg Upii e ittUm Control i ' that tells more '> r 22 jbou I n :>.. .. ', h *" 'I* !lmo a watch. inquiry starto" yrsterday DT.'A!"S. 35—Joint Partners T R, Evans Ce*0 vr *i m-rtem i and Whltfir He smd th-i i. J* 1 '"' Uma Mr Diamonds but: %  ** naorVoi in Decembei 23 ,' urrlnni tot Hardware I bar Public Mi rtuary and foi : 37—A primitive livestock manathat all the limbs of the deceased I ive Shepherd were burnt In hi %  ss rou imorit be one too: a was due taxtcnetva but aaL.lL., "•" wteM %  "" '*• """v ' % % %  A. B. C.lo ,d '' .*>"' Uwl Ihc iM>M w.. Hi. dauxh.o Should uproud with this uid on vou. hoiue: Pwcocks ton'. Hill tan „ s ,„,„ &f l-Koinbh !" ravouruc: Um. S , •*--***| -*..PP!" ta About 8 p.m. I 1 '" %  % % % %  %  % % %  • %  V.. in Road. Brit lei's Hill, was destrier by An Phylln Taut, .i M-yeer-oldj doBiesllc servant of Villa Koo. !..%  MI* *.....„.. *hat at bout 7.30 p.m. ori '. HIV ......„ A4 bMihtfuildoutorni and rescued two of the | children from the burnli The other child — a female or.<* i .. N Home si to UM Lumbei berths li %  %  : a i roaslnr %  %  to Bay I %  (!. %  MI., had to %  % %  -., m K—i-l .il" Vr food am) mono* %  %  < II Services and the South African .... I'IIII.-IMI.I. | the bill, i %  \h r r: M An,,' passed ouib in 'lion berU need I %  %  closed .i %  Una %  •! %  \ i ..... II W I A %  i %  lotel Before going to St. Km*, ha islled Jamaica whi Hucksters k IU>sieged' By Housewives 1 i %  %  the trail %  mooohl} ANIMATED OPINIONS t'hn.itn I ... ffj %  renew placM wlth ]|ght £ QWCn mt £"£ Hi Ml H..„. %  • overcast kv hut sror^ !/^, t" ware •>'"•• Hl-treated l %  -nr\'n tiieTt a N ." "" 43—Something i>ilicr than in the bonnet: valve 1 -'.id SEA WELL taaiVALft m ii—i Tfiimiig I %  apttate. atrLasd. Tiw m aiiiu H nnsw \-Uli %  veryb-u{.., StofflJgS %  Mini radio bles and provisiona and othe, ;.,•d i i % %  rent hour*, tin. ware all activity, and it wax no! Scenic Krautv ,mul lon a ">t >he attan Mr. MacAlpine ssid that he W '."' was •** "^ng up tv „f thMluation -.•.dei.ti.il *2Z* '" bualneaa tba Mlil (,„„! iilld lnw i>"usch ..i,ojpanad tban 5imi that ran unl %  •.. Speighutown Crowded With Leeward Shoppers th ( i. II.. Man* M.iii. r/ HoUittto ^'f 1 mm Cunci Mana A MU.UI. ** L.UU Sals*, Bianca Salaa, VKW UM %  an. Garda Kiabmait. on.nda nirbfKan. rmnk Hamn.m. t'rvaa TilnMaS D Pin K Haddwk. E HVT.i<.rid. Kiil-rrl.. A Held. I MuuhrD D Mi*.. h b Trin.inaiiaiii. n Lake. C LaKa K Ward. J BtMSdar, V MilWr, I Mr Inlyir. H Mc I H .... i: Mann %  ". 11 Wnm in-i.< T OlMfUaM I Ii. .v Iwlih A hii-li.il W i iiw !" I Witii*t., K J Wilhrt.. K Wllh,rv W Gullop, M Ochoa. r G..in*i, TO AlU-yn.. J Allr>i J AIM>rnc. C -. %  M A, I .|,.,|,) B Arrhibald A Anlhluid Ii.V.i..l. iVul Kiiuiiwn. Theudore Kibbv. Heteri Asuttliia tkrrurco, Willlai liana Halman.. 1 June.. Ma>inrM> tare. C MauiHio Larrf. Ilcll> C I riltlflUin. l fKtlni transportation to their %  U-S M=I. ..... .:_.S ir :_ n '^ u _." m n betpful homai unUai oi count, thev had i the very much ti. -< ti to hardI i-lnon. K IU.-I. no a Chrittn-., i I Mi. MacAlp na Hid that he is What they did for the moat part. —lsted In 0 %  !.•.. hoping away from the stand even UioiiKh ... JI Engtin->had to pay the art i Ian id ho had aanfad on the Coun.-u Wl,h a •eel ' waited for another tlfteen UM I.mted Kingdom m inutes or thereai ' %  ] %  %  arva Oaaralan bUh P ull,?a ,,u \ l ,lu oirecuon "f lb Ml Angus ,l ,,...,, I Mb m the Allan Kellman of Chimboruto, 5 k,., t „,,., tho-tudv Joatph, was taken to the Gen^ riod C l,0clur of •" MtUAIpinr Ii 1)...!' : Hall was united In ntania ,,d .'ge to Miss Elaine Rrtce Iieacnns Road. TIMbride was given In marriage by her brothoi Mr. Kanntth Briot duties of bestman were perft.rmed ,' "! '" %  by Mr Sydney OHtana. !?_ %  ?? "• %  < It fThUa The ceremony was performed b> the Rev Bernard Crcby. : ,i LORRY RUNS OVER PASSENGER eph, was taken to the Gen Hospital on Sunday night after he was run over by the lorrv U-209 about 9 30 p.m at the per' I' wat conwdersilil less time wanted than having la wait In the aland, for atMom K at all. did a 'bus enter the stand without ah. it.s full complement for the return jour-; vi's BarfaaoM ney tba mofifja %  nil ahouM i %  might no. ,„. matenauM vary sou%  I tp II pp ni %  ,, plunanii of Us* i iii I am pataied to see that so nmns %  I have ihow Q .. m %  ing towards the %  thi by th* so %  t<> the blind. gjlva %  ITI' taking plement. Si i\ her of Lavnc and Ml Will York r-rf^i Kellman wu I passtnger on the 1 Try T-78 with yhicfa tinloiTJ 'eST'S'w 0-M came "do collision lat.r, O-209 was baUii drtven by Hugh Uuahatk Cadogan of Green Hill. Si abcbaal T-78 IS the pi.. ( -er!> i.f ( of Vetohrnan Half, st. Th;... ,. %  um and was bal&g dj Ttrrfu-id. Jemmott of Si.gai Hill. St Joseph %  i satl tomi. ing money to the ,n i BUM !•* %  ni1)3 6 H by fain pretano campbtu. Alrl/ Abraham on December 3. Inspector Bourn* is proaacuUni %  n'Mulimg ha M Aip.-i* on behalf of the PellM H Idei was not represented by counsii %  Parkei. Anara yesterday. B W i \ for Trlnlhleh he t rrturnuii! to Ixindon Monllis For 9toaslh|f| I t.ink lioilk Uccision Confirmed JUsticeg 11. A. Vaugh.ui A. J il Hap ream %  -i! Mi. H. A. Il IIK. nth.unprisTalma. Pol og "' labour was ,, K \ cUnj Petty 1X-U l A "—win. imi i:' St. Michael. b> llfM ,,i ^ fm* M L2 Rod I Olifbth. Acting Pottei to bo paid in H day! ->i 0B monUi'i iiiipiisoiinn i -n ii %  IHW M Kill. BaVanour Wditai.. ir.a. Qraaala VI all. II Ir.M HI la.la %  HalUiK HaaatBh J.',ii Pnrkir i M.<..I...). i..i. r n a> "lll'll KI m r. I... -I IIMIM %  WoMrll ..r urmi i M Lrlct i %  nit Savyear wood Of the Ptni n i Bank Book rrorn Clarance fkbttana, st Michael. t,„ assault* mbet 16 King wan Lni i %  %  nil January 1 on a charge September 25. Their Honour* m. rewired Y costs amounting lo 7 I' %  said that onSeptcmi .T .'.'. wbili he %  i %  %  ; k rt| f.ndantcamo into ) %  .....ngnm of Park Road. Bud on PHtta TJ" 1^.'" ,n ln ' Hall. St. Mlehart with wounding 'he Hoi Tht i Uef J i ". n ... \i in *nl Barrow m her forehead nounc< q the pull of s ' ,,, ,,m %  *• "• "an ire !" k Sand e on IkA M H eember 15 A I K Yeste(V> Ml O B. OriBnl Mr W W Rcece K< Man but sale Acting I'oltre Magistrate of I>i' %  "'' Blent to h tri.t "A" retr.jnded Carnn^.m UK tell her not to I DECREE NISI The Polic chare) I Marl til January 3. 1952 HOLIDAY GREETINGS We wiah you a season rich In toy. brimminn; with good ch**r. In ahorl —Marry Chrtabnas. I IGHTS I Dru*4 Stores Hays Mr. Leo Klag: m "YOU CAN UK-LION IT BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT!" Toffee .%  it MADL IN U.K. The Peiiection ol Confection •VALTCRS' 'PAIM lOFfEI 11D HIH WftMl LONDON %  s %  a %  %  %  r %  m m a 1 %  a m a m %  a si 1 n Jusl Received — a (rah si ii|illienl of u •PI III\A CHOWS a H. Jason Jonas & Cc Ltd. %  %  %  %  %  .'. %  %  %  %  %  V \\ 'J. f-'or /# II hii < %  si,„is While ihocs. lo pau muster in company, muil be spotleu. Immaculate. Use fNi|J ^„ Propm'i White Rcno,ato Kly.W|*'fsl or Ptopcrts Shuwhite. No \ t surer way ol making sure I ilial while ihoei are white? (• %  , I'liopKins MHUWIUTM H IIITK HESOVATOR /at a'li-o xiia ipvittt %  : : 1 B too all our friends and Customers S 7or your {Patronage and friendly I Goodwill please accept our Sincere & tint I it 11 friMi i it itsin-fififiil A 1 .. 1.1 it. v at • %  V l^m hs4*n II y '• rr lioas 1TIN&5 The Manrtgemenl and Staff, Wish all Customers and Friends ZHappy thanks and Jiest c Wishcs for DCmas and the ^( I Harrison l-r ('<,


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TUESDAY, in < I Mill | _•-,. |M| .RrllOOS ADVOCATI: I'U.I N'lXt. Aussies out for 255 W.I.Needll9M\r9More By HAROLD DALE AUKI AIDE, D* -4 A COURAGEOUS Inning. ,,| 67 b) (low --pin bowler Doug Ring played the leading part in boosting AuM %  .cire o( 20 ftn linings cf ihe Third Austiulia-V. tn.i Indies Test at Adelaide by taking guard waDlgiMj im I %  it |H>SL'. %  HI upon htnu Tv pa.aB.oc, a^n, rnff now await I., fee every ball very clearly. Hi wuti 1: J lawaig M Me ^,.0 kag.^ and brought Guillen u| -in .asm fcCBdlatlitnl araaa— WOM am, %  breathing Irteen run. late. . lug ball frtmi^tftta^oJUrJH'M.r All V lentil*, reach, ., lor a Uring In in the n, lc . „ bowllnt formaand a< re.peiia.bl. ..lorn, .dueo lo u.i iinpres.ioo % %  "'"" IMture "' **W.^.S i^TJ '"^ te,t ""' " hooking v "/, ,,.JLd .,!<• mmS,:.. lor a ,.,,„.. ,SS t* . ,juare .eg-, l,.ad. tak sur !" thing Ilk. !" *~ -I' mM lelr second ID al. urn. one aUU fell , „„| shown .1 B ,„. M ntaaMaa „ „, lunuis. ,, : .1.011 wi.h the Held placing—we „,,, ... Tin „. llinel -at rtctl MtM I at ail << lac flnl HI lj a*>e faced with the ask of making bad tlie old spectacle of a number lnr batsmen but alwaya the '"I 1 w >"^. """ ,11,al a* ck lJ tj una for vl, l% oi ,,u:n rln ged about m half-nil him, until Halve (> *' ''i U 1U11. >• b> ts--w. Thl. wicket had dried out iplo position, that were neither clow who I ted n --JIT .met %  an ea.y pace this morning when enough to threaten the batsman aga.n lulu and : • "v*"Hill and Ring reaiim I nor du.ant enough lo iiilcirepl to Chang* In: mlsd mtdwaj i. ,,.,.,, ',',"'. "'"bin.Wen.I. It waa aa If ooddard loucn.. 1 one i,. Cluill, n al aa-u,, ,!J~u, Valentine opened Ihe bowlm.. could not decide whellu-r lie will It like a II %  %  king a •crambic I Ina t. "T" to a^jrt %  '"' 'lav*. w,.ri. trying to do .,,,, It wan immadia', „r..i,— i_ _.i— _.._ ..._ a..... a— 1 .i— L..a-. ..__. Zu ,-. w .* m %  **! The secret of a happy family \S-GOOD HEALTH: ited tl %  — % %  %  — % % % %  — defending, and was wu done tplen n %  < bunr~iui t IH... r uying to do bolh and succc>din^ way, tit nd Haina•# a Wo --dl •*.* Hi L>i*%j,t D*Uhr. In other words—the flhin uestrv^l_ tht-ir yM IUCCM '*1I II an-W N b^ sn*lirm-y' %  ^Mlll tHJWI,-|(OU|i*.l Up Vrs. ni'Xhcit. your R.'d health it-J ili^t tt ,-u( cWiMrw W i N crusa and v •te nm MboM^ ptrfuf*! TVur Uirnlv — r d tnon A U %  Ifanuni SudJfi taUttft i Fmuliion evetrda Soon you idlMIWO drilui d.ff* d:tn I >.-k. it IMri„l rtoar fTliOKn-'NSl'Rl'RISlNt. how oui.H. hu.ka-.nc,-.nil. *.hn *.lc that valentine was makln. the lu,ll w, ,1 Indlca ma, poaaci the looU, Harvey caufht Oulltaa. b Hamaeiiir iS !" u mon a ' n '! ."" w ou Ihu l.aven'f learnt how to u ohm. nine s.< for 171 £. ftP--• %  ..' %  •*- %  ""I *• U.cm to tb, be., idT„i J g eRamadhm no. na.l one for . fcJW ^SCOTT'S EMULSION .Wtt/V ENeRGY FOOD TONJC lumhagn. ihcumaoc paint and %  .ur health h ttrauung jd liarmful waMea Ml nl the Ifaaaaa. ffh.n bdatf KriM I. inaJe^uate and tnh t r.ltcT the hlo-d properly. A.. ,,r OeoJ.r for I aUn and diKdoUorr are the r renilra. Ikoan'iltoaachelOdnejPiUa hnng happy rabcT by h fining n dkaoH the kidney titan -i: %  ,l %  <> M.miilatinf rhrif acttaL VM van rely upon this wall ki>,mn diuretic and urtnatrr artiteptn. Many thctuaandi uf putsful men and women have tnc good bealTh llv ) fenained by taking '13 two Uilenders faced him with tho cheerful courace ol B I ,,STSS ?255 %  -w rHWI. ^...„. .-^ ...,.L :ZThe habit of winning againt icam. MXMI laUi rd for their batUni and with the btaulng of what luck thru wsi going. Binit gave a hint of hla quality ii-ached to his full heiglu R %  Nil lo thv fence wiih u sweet a triot aa you'll rvi-r •N l-nngley chi.pped und clumped U opiHn-tututy ullowed htm unl a btJgWt ta § %  ( the acore moving. .itiv.iu!.! M strong nlde. ttnd Valentine four for 97. now pa cin g conveniently broke down .-.icfcei i maln*t them ha s got the" \utt ta aw of pl.ving a tight game oaaai that leaves no gnpt. concedes no wn ,......i. hint nf advant..!.. U>d onviB| -."•^. m .oicv. nut now in. neid had btoti ? %  %  .. .\ %  A.I -t •W**P -qMgftokgp Aip-iviiati,. •"^L*^' ^ ,rt -tattiuv^-. Wit ^ '-''•.-"-ojiRli mw , n ol,r '"> *7J I, 1 *^**W"*W1 t^ pruvi inVKinh* ..rira-y.,,, i.uu,. ,,„!„ ., pl (alt.—*• n*a C/i i/oiir Family sittt {his? lotion. na,m.i,..i ^y, gaps were tcwer, f*'^' J Wiiiiwi.H evert sria^jt In short, the leadrrahip. wbOo -"' %  T*? fl ^ l f -""-"jejbnily '"-Ki O %  it offers Brent courage and devoup aim Ibrowing wan m-al ac-"* ,r **''** ,u ''in'Ul Some degree c^l bt said— curacy. An this madt 'ii"f tJ an u-a ( a m j n Ih. lacks the deep technical resource* most of his aflortS. At the oilier '* '' l,! !" l 'l *flrf m hour for 0% •%  Wnii.il was uukklv r-lievcd hy radm ?'' r a H.wtt. Theend. tbs local p4ay< %  -l::.:a M lh?n a 111 i lUtnadhlii and the iitn, a,,... oai u k! ," 1,l elsc I, ll! o-ad isinbuKuB he .r' bowler twice had Lunglev IdnniriB "l"* 1 of ,rkrs W1,h t""^ 1 f <""' aga..,-| d Ihan*"'* %  • l i ptifect four m ^.1 ho air. but wbecTRfiit camalS STuS^^^h-^S ' U'-ii l to croaa*cd dcii ..nil bin. he was straight driven with Lmi&onas force ani certainity. Onoe again thBold placing • at ii.'e.aln" m man ol dlfforonl ' .",.uM. it. fnct, teach other * ""'•' I** l ^'vflna-anWi, n Jmto b (.-,,,,,-, Mai inee. was bowling off-spinne.-s teams a good deal about comlw.ee outside tbi *" d "''* ^ Unullslsi rtigl> . I long on--a divito rsdMUp but the Australians invttod Holg to iwaga at him. i: *"i*n itoJa %  ritira|l *eaj up aK % %  client Ixiuncould and are teaching Ihvm how hole s %  ""* %  rmku)ik!miOMiBht drow wiling gap. to meet the demands of Toil time Guillen dived full length for Wimc^aaoirtimt.tr,-'. ,..,,, i,,., #-, At the other end. Valentine rus ticket. pUyOd on the top level „f •acoUaol logaido uvoa. The third '^l-WraKarMS*, wDnni,,,. n*> pull > JZ*rl* £* bat ..IKI.H it ,ee UroM ) %  :..'.,.:-,. : .t,,. t ,., ,1,. e..k..i .le dei,„ 1( Hole l ^offlinnganlsa); nm, swooping upon the bails like a.i No | EOOI MM tho Wa. •agtt, but bolh LanglVy ami King menton>_all thoughts of Saturj lt u ece of u v and a Jon^S" '' ily |US.B-r kept their back fret anctwrod to aa>\ fadure had been banished. l( !; fu i cr SSTthat awldtAlv mU$ kum *-.J m *'*' lU > *<*' ^' l* the game to the highest level, TSS Kl!!t R U *'if 1 *'"' ' %  \ *• %  nd i oc, i |„, „p 52 ,„ d j, Ciomcz continued lo bowl with *',i —. '" 1 al t|-a -aIMt and direcUon ?,*"! J2L '''' '" %  M m I In tot, he alway. doe., but Cod!" ... no " 1 .^I?' 1 > "tra the i H and they took the acore along In Mitt Mahioii Marshall came Riiuj. a* we have seen b~forc, on al the Cathedral end to allow ha. an excellent eye and I. one of Ramadhln to operate at the other. Uie few batamen who habitually In place of Valentine, bul neither drive half volley, as they arc change achieved result and at meant U) be driven. No mawknn lunch Australia was US for three, playing back for him. but a crisp Langlcy b. Valcnllne 23 The and powerful allack. Chiefly i" 1 w 'ckct fell al three for 81. .„, '.hrough his line clean hutui*; alii Morns, noi out 31. Ring not out d ,.* m tmSa-l survival of"what in. Exlra. 10. "P-'' 1 !" lime he s i am depaandod could nol cope with, this ,,„ir Alter lunch, we straightaway J"""'??.'. "f "Pl^tunilie. lllJM %  l-'-!,i.eaodl mil tta. ...,v diseoveVe? lo have add.sl a ran into a spell „, c,-,„ ,„,,, •-. .. The W, .urpnsing 50 in half-h,.a, ., fmn, ladh V.,l,„t,,„. and Rama" oto, "_ b<*maa. went down on toUIlT^luOiui|a,|i|^^ih.-.r char "'"""""-' -' — •'" %  "*•* %  a^^w to oSS p s h m E.. h, tt ~£gf5x£Sit££' hnu long w "rttl no M !.!'H:, latdsM r.r !)4 word. Valentino, who %  afaH good deal of his power bowling outside n in ing beyond doubt, and Valentine .ith I'll' '•in.ii,HrClHIi ickly off the mark ... remarkable balls thai ' '"' lfl a hi <* the off stump to an inadiiiuute bothered Morris and shook Ring. tl ''" Goddaid might not ignore Held, now slipped one straight Curiously enough, and such is the ,n ,n nitUTO but muhit inu. a „,„.. hlM1 iillt p i uy „.g „ vcr u,-, 'whistin J'l-'ntr,m,(tliigh crow3 stuck that Valentine fumbalL 0nlv Hm j ohnrtoi ra-*?**" % %  Encouraged by hesitation, niamcd. and bo was Ibw for loro W T" 1 ^ %  7lt IK HUK-KIV %  %. %  %  pscond ball he received, T n . look v r v m, "' h UxtB ht hnd ,ar a lon8 Um P art "'" "' %  r '" 1 '"" t *ttuig on the,, is though the Weir Indies were and had chosen to cope with success. Thev had ftughi back actu iHy run out .mo out and Rarn 'Jrthn >.< time to have a close-up .„,,,,.. of Ring reaching hia 50 mlgh;y f„ff 7-^-, !" AM s-e^S; KVfS w boundary and following this with and Guillen smashed the row to the same spot off the next R, ng run OU| 67 Fonr tor j 48i ii i ,i i t v.*.lSVA.V.4ia,WU3MMS^ i ,.. loofclai -^ C' nude OVALHUE Tfir World's most popular Food Beverage anil The World's Best Night-cap BEST WISHES TO YOU AND YOURS a i •" 1"' Sftnataai -M % % % %  r., i ,,,,,,„ ,,'^ .... %  "" ~ %  ' -ii. .: %  .. %  air... .. .n. .1 I. eliai.inu,,-^^ I < r" ^ fll l'*aa ^ 0 l !" **^"aauylM SKa'-lSBSKR '-(.i Com pound lnt. %  %  ('< to rali-i> i i I noting, '<>tii.iiruii*c uctkniun %  OX -.lln. hurl..' V ( tin-titi'ii* iffjufni na %  %  .ii.-i %  itaattaaao sgi i %  %  i^nrnir dutraaa. lnr Ih* voaiaa'a /esaad tor :nv.tam of tha — RALSTON PURINA LIMITED COMPANY 5 W,^^l'r1WW5ia.^V^( 1 {i5K.'.>{.3.a.J','a!V "." a? 1" e .'. % IIHII.VGS H JASON JONES & CO. 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PACE r.ir.uT BAUADOfi ADVOCATE il F-SDAY, III (KMBF.lt 25. 1*51 ^nr Deala** 1 duwtmu centsfI piece contained two rnft. one an Inch loogpar than the olher Mr. la*k*e HI the loo*" at *:*0 and the Other si 8:00. At g SO tlwv war* both u-..same Issssrtfa. Th* fti>t buraad out at 10:30and UM second at 10 o'clock How kwig; wars the candles before aha it thsaa? *oa tan • w —a*—i •••• 'n nna mi ii M* %  Tnisters To a T" T'HKBM fired Hakan (rted ** 1 tt free-foode to fin fab*. Tin* Terns** Twkrr lea'/u/I.>'.K*,ru:i ^r r.Ti^nu n^nriai Kir iCKiinKC cBtiHDHitiin rrtti.i %  35-"He ahall ba great. and shall be called the of In* Hull. eat" il.uk* 1:32) S—Sweoe nex 30— To dUh out tha Christmas M-fkrother of Sh#be II Chr 1 > 11-Blast. „ la-What servant of King Saul killed priests by hia command? <1 Sam. 22:181 39—The human race. 41-Narrow inlets. 43—Entreat ft gl o b es *•—Vrlucle operators. 50—Land-measure. . II— —— greens ar* %  Xmas iym53—What high priest said to Hannah. "Go in Dcac*"'T u Sam 1:17* 54—DUh-Ilk* metal Instrument sounded oy beating SB— What mount waa to be ..ursed by ihe Israelite* *h.i ln*r reai did Ihe land over Jordan' 5* -Tii rait 62 5*i < T-r %  • 64— Euch*n*i win* venseU n •**** 71--A" %  .*. %  %  • ri %  ... | -i.. %  0U M n 76Steal from ts-Pronouu list's pert of -Men) 19Umfirj^aailsunt. SO-Petition 81— BlBftCSH B3—W.vxly plant twigs M—9->hap*d worn. ev-Whtt Ammonite encamped %  gainst Jata-sh-glhjajd was asked by the men of Jabaan forVcovenani* 35— Places of Uilerment. 8JT— LOIUT •9-At-' al-7rnm whsri ptaM I .t.| BSMsSI of BfACT asking per-nlSFto pas* -'ih hi ee_r .-:-K — Sv *-Ua. 7Ul:.,;: 71—Equivalence. 73—Cltn Bragll. .os. Srooge may hav* USMSL I'J— Svinhnl far samarlusn 10—Dec 15 is In* day gifts ar* M-L'ppcr limb. 12-pi-dal digit. l| -['. %  --. %  20—Ooddess of dawn ••2— C.uided 34—Bronte money. 27-Enlttlc 2—"He whistled and rhouted and called them by 31—Long, loose outer garment 32—Change dir>x1lon 3H— Incites 35— Nostril 37-Unusual 4u--S'age in glacier Ice formation • fabric • w /X~-~\ 1 V n tit m rr % > %  SI .. w x .%  ^^^ %  % 'A 5 n S3 P" %  A H n ^ %  %'/////, II %  7 •• % %  • %  44 Ab 4. W 'S 4 m > %  1 % 5%  m''/< PI %  a m • %  i; n • *>i * < 'Y^ U W////A H y.-i u n ^' ^ n %  '/. /A ^9 w w % %  '.._ V* | ACID INDIGESTION? /"* HEADACHf, foo7 Chatk bolh al once > Here's what to do! Alk*eitMf quickly chscka Xtd btdagsMtson and headache caused a>y uiib*Uinc*d *atuujr, ovMiaotk or worry. Analgaur mm! .. log ingr*d*ni srork two waya _ for *sj*rtlv. t*lis4 Hav* taf aaiassslywiwJy-^w*^ IB AlkaSeltzer Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation U you leel old Mfere you'Um* "r etiger *iaai ssjia aeaia and sayeseai """",,_ ^Tastaa*. fcut !..* J-I "-" %  feVs tarasoaeater hnasm to aclenea. it brain D%  MvaaMv fltana(i> ..klsh decree men sttvss ,i S3—F.i. n 37Rj.-.--i Indsptnlent uiUn 5*— Bui ear. >n Bl YcdV §?— *•• • 63-Org-n ——Symool for samarium W—Oama of chance. C7—Loiter. 03—To direct Xmaa cards 70— Discourse deliverers. 73—Piece of turf cut from sod I i Kolf club 7*—Furnished with shoos 7,-Knock 75Of Ihe I.il* of were ticu i-. ive thousand •— The head. 10 nt.nlI of HI)* family >7 -Tool for boi 38-AI what pli i Acts 8:33 60— Immense 03—Obstruct M—Goddess of discord. 67—Son of Shem (Gen. 10:11) 'id—Viper m— Ni.'ht before Christmas. 71—Sun of inflnitiv* mood. 71—Sun god. rt of the a: v i ;K riCAL l —What u the third nook < lament* i -Cu.'h k in m.-irble. -land t -Diminutive of Alfn-d I the trow i Ba away M.idv tn irnved unto God. u wurkman that — nol lo be ashamed ; %  :.n> An ved ThiDlac* ITWho w^s Pel eg*! father-Cl-n 10 33. TTipcd camel. -I itloo of surprise '. '-At what river did Erra pro claim a fast? (EiralSli — reirr.ented fwicai --Cotton fiber knots -Sulr-B.e %  • -tvapoiatea Conei 2. 1 m m 21 „ i 1 f // pine Fun A 1'OST omCK %  urker who r\ H pntlon ol th annual Xm rush devise. thjg SflSSJ %  while recuperating "':'i-.^ %  .1 problem In addltlor he SJHU ed to callers. a aaU> le'ti rssj •cnta a number. All the ta from 0—9 have bee: %  POST HARK P A T R D "I S • tre a affM P end 11. Q 1 ytj solve the eciuation? -.liasr eallad WI-IM. % %  %  %  ' Mi-Tab* ;;:',.".:.'•'"• Igderag rtertstsT assal VMalsff „. \J.M unrriPfii b n5';nrik' ecu nPM!F3I)%UEIi FHEP UHU^unnrci' iiispor Ci*nriFii:i-.^ nit II : I icr.rn ..I i ran^rnnirnnnr.r HI %i^nrJOBEXaiT*iri: II ncEc^anrnur -onu E'ssOUC *m.T ii'nniikiii'arii'i-iiK ^nct.K Communist n*h.>' ml ( %  i %  innictn 1 %  i •: h on N..!i!ii'i I.I.I ny h i on ttv town 135 mllta north WMI Of P.mli l;oon on the lire lo P looioil tiv town bofon l loco] i i r Speeches Heing Censored ARE YOU | SCARED I BY RHEUMATIC J PAINS? Hero's the sure and certain X wy K> conquer them. Hub o SACROOL | i"d It's penetrating; powo/g S will act quickly and eHectf Uvely S SPARKLING RADIANT HAIR •VITALLY ALIVE" H^'ith the most outstanding Cream Shampoo . On Sale at %  %  %  KNK.HT >lHtH. M0I1KS I PKELL Obtainable al all Leading Stores. %  %  %  I : assal CANADIAN VOt Reels sen:" blackmail notes nn ll 13 anlii.il Kn-ri.l has BUI] .. l.cie two numhen hinklng of S.inl-1 Cl-.n:. o:.e dot, use It for both Col M him OKI and you'll age HHy Ukfl drawuig with %  ., \ Monday %  i %  it 1 %  hat ['Biauea Mimglry is irvmg to solve. P OgaodJ of Ch:ni-t fainilk'.* thruuahntit Canada pgrtlcularly on ih" rve reeeiTed nlack mail leitcr* frum Oomn China, threal.-nina r in Chin.* u % % %  Ulan uo MCII %  nd rabies hava Been i m Vancouver They have •old of relatives b-'ing tortured, or forced to commit suicide by hanging or drosminii. II ttitl lail lo pay Uxna nuumn*n*wtw %  I . .. s> >,r "i."i ROME. Dei 23. CatttoU N< Bofhrtln rf'M Which report* ui. iiev i I r. %  1 hi I'.,.: ulaih I di > %  that Cavcb Pn nttar, A n BBSS) UI RBI ^iisored" becau-e lie u .luded tou many dutes iind atatlai informed Ml si-eeche* madsj bj Casstti %  rr Zapolo(k> tut now Wslng censored Vert to* said •He ban l*en in the habit of [I hiding too n.:m> dati 1 -.tiirh when -.ubirii'.trd I" retail KrrsaOfp betrayed a numiii his speches." QulM rasnifjltl BdjsslM assd ipara have been 0OUH %  > aju about 38 enrtections In his i ksj v**rsgag which is published by, :iie Christian Aodemy of Cawenoi ,.> In Home? reported that \ e-Premier Zedenes. Foer-lio is idso MinUtcr for rourch Affairs has appealed tu t.c so-called patriulie priests not to enrol themselves officially as ,,„mi*rs of the Communist Parly because by so dolnti they forfeit UM Mass of the Faithful USEFUL XMAS GIFTS LET YOUR PRESENT BE A PAIR OF %  i %  t| %  i : I .. %  %  Cars i.o back HAMILTON iO r || i British carI %  ski to Britnin d.i %  %  I -, m (ton Han N w Tort ciy Mr CUfTord W Ba i r e p_r • > e n t a 11 v e •;um id intsnuaUon *a that the market had dl in Canada becauw of en-i't ,: iek i 1 thinst to do." — fc* NdTM %  XMAS HOCK II -.tf.Kf.ViV STICKS i f. S IIO E S AND HOSIERY FROM Manufactured by: SOI Iff.Vffl HOCK TWO CEXT MIX I HOCK KOLA GaUsaW • Pure — ____ Wholesome • Nourishing and priced remarkably LOW! Alanvilla, THE BARBADOS CANDY COMPANY "t" 2 R 6 f,



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PACK Tl A BARBADOS AllVfM ATI. ri rsoAV ni< i Mm iis ISM CLASSIFIED ADS. ULtmoHt 2io. j^^Sh. u ^s.r SET?:, ,t..<*. .. u %  FOB SAM \t TOMOTIVF. % %  % %  — < %  an* %  %  -,.. NS PUD M. 1 isncH>—<. %  .% %  eBW wrt One %  'IN* lit j.u. ,rt. K.i" p .MS p*a mm BJBcnncAi THANKS H l-I.H W* Ma, I. ,11 mend' *•> aant "'aaaf. %  '.M M* Ml MM U-tfM .. i-jiilr"' %  I i MAIUWSOJ.*Wd SI NOTICT TO l>*lt hi l PI isll. CFTHKirRAfOB IN MKMOKIAM M'LUM moth*. XI 'V* S*M Drr WW i I IMH. %• ' %  ruMW Vlllallr. IKK Ufa ..li IM 14lh a-. • ~— %  TlU twaaary (ada -' "' "•• Yu will (ttavar * In our hea luMtt ..-•' and lil'***"'* ta Mr. < %  MM i m is i l POULTRY MrCHAMCAL BKTYC1XN— ll-tei "*!' >" WO* cmdHI .. .Ilrrt PMNl nl. tmvr'td w**" 1 ..ml l-"!.. lt> r.cnd U A II II II4MI "—that MT. Sarah r-. ll IMm> -NO .1.* l rrWth IM4 • jdnpted aon ana w-IWI Mn ntiroW Albrrihu W B H Thorn*" • %  >'. OdM* Ihl. 'ClMUMifHII*""' %  fftnft-*-**— %  AMEKK-AN MLA44II T._r. All ../.. Sl* ModfmDK| !" NIDI Jn GOVERN MENT NOTICES VACANT POST OF OVEKISKH CENTRAL LIVESTOCK ITATION AND PINE PLANTATION Appli. lmn* are brVttad. for the pensionable post of Ovmnr, investor* Station an*] Pine Plantation. 2. The salary attached to the poet la eat the scale tl.aaoxTa'— 11,929 per tntiuin, and 1* subject to a deduction of 4 per f-ent under %  • and Orphans Pension Act. J. Appointment will b< oil two yeaii' probation and will be •
    je.' to medical fitness. (If c determined on the basis of e*p rience and qualiflcatmrs Apirfuntment will be on trobation for two years and will be made subject ti> the selected c. ndidate being passed as medically lit for employment in the Public Set v.. 4. (."anrtidatrs >hnuld have cvnenence in ordering, receiving gnd isauing mechanical stores and be .iblc to maintain proper records': 5. Applications should be M.bmittcd to the Director, Department of Highways and Transport. Kndgetown, to reach him not later than noon on Saturday 29th December1951 23.12 51—Sn PWNSol PILES Si.pptd ill 10 Mimlti %  sss. %  Laa JLil. Vs4 *-rs-m n— •*!#• -a> h — I SeaTsa.rai^r-s-l_rf ? --^'HOIH IM THOM I n-MI'- WiMlala— aMsXNMB. umiji nit* -n"' rsaaeiic'r -*l. \eenu for: liN-< nudi Airline-. HO \< tnd B M I \11ut ITUMIflV COMPAN1 Trleph.nir No lib'. >m Saniiai> LiWMil ix" • • > -a r*w< mm %  •* %  •*-> ., -UtflMiatlofi -W *MI Udu %  • I • I. M l'l.l-l M. Kll/ll < MM NOTICE ars lrill tor Ui* partl mt % % %  II Mi ••* Tro^..fW "I a-a-ii x k-owioaar of aa-AMIJ-H-AN a CAMAINA.N iW.vsrS f,i.. ii %  rwhtaii -d "<-*i wn prtewl CHANCERY SALE MM. ru.-h and • BM* A Ir. MvaWi DfTM IhOppo Mltor iv nn on ui mm a<> IIAIII1AIIK. THI: iiftdrrniai.tio-ird pmperl, W| r MiiH'-n*. bMr-i Ii noon, ar U not 1hn *oMI It •ill h* art ,i dutm( the •lima noun until no enorxRTV < ti CVENINO CAT* In bcls. -n} WMM id Klarh MM Moarr. Drr— !U-f MIDI -3.1 }.\ IMNI, nAt.v ii Irom tH to • %  Mppi .. ,<, 111.1 M Modern l>rr. nusi T . '.IHN. I.I ..•'.1 tl SHKTTH %  Inrhoa. Only W c-n rath HAIUUHOH-a. Broad > %  a 13 si ii. PIIBLHSALES laiarr Ssa par moMtr. Appli*a'....tw -III b. %  • •Mmiil'i i.l tha Lodga id iru-ludins J*T, i*ry M rlVKl h> IPia <%IV*i4NTIin'EME^m CO radio It corulnU pan 1 A HAKKB* a Co.. ua n 11 TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH f nR.\AMCNT< %  'i--*r a-a a-ai >uva Ornamrnti. Glaa. w* ai DlpMMiPi and -a *' .1! Hlnda > • s s BTATIONHIV Mid HAFDWIH 2 TWO WORDS I THAT MEAN ALL 51 2 To one and all we wish a very HAPPY XMAS WE WISH it up lor f*lr at Ih* RaaMraliori Offlrr I for thr >um ana on tha daf -a*. >nea t ainMin| Prlilay .1 IMa mjm plara II parlirtitor* . a-olrraeion lo rrw wrrr HAPPY CHRISTMAS AUTHAT n1,m |>' %  I'hurca and it land aior.-i ^AYNg • aiinl n( Uod -Huata .'••ilaK.iiS t.y adrnraauavma nl.idrd llim pvroaa* Bath V.ilaaHurma aatd pariah i.l Chi IwnMi-ili P-n" A TiaJntC C. Ordln..| I at Sc APV' V r %  Advi, o.i mi ..4 bmmdina on landa lonMrrl< • hwtha Millar but ii. landa Imnrn) <.' V-nwalla pbaKaiion but now of Mr. A I Mr B Kinch -n landa (urmany -i J'hn* Hournp bus as* ef r aawsvli < w the una mar abut nd bouad toart* with thr inawmaf' dsrliinshouac callad "Kama" aatd all alher Iha araetac and bulldlnsa both rmrhold and at SUal on Ihr aaid la'.d tr-nt and fc%  nd balrs v-ith iha appmonanfaf tTpwt prlps Cl.Otn Oalr ol Sajma~. 4Ui Januao leu • M WI1X1AM8 %  as-far j H'.i-tralian OTHOF. %  VJ rom COLLINS' DRUG STORES 1 1 rtSWMHSHtBaiggMWWMIaWUIiWHgB^i H. P. HARRIS & CO • J IVAMUS •1 thr sriippwa a rtiAiHN'i < %  <> LTD TV l.a lUt 11 > all —W A fiirthn .... M • itiahti appro* i natalvwill M f->r -..1" ra .. .,u.. on Fr.d.' iha ami lnMant at a pin hi Ktoral i s ^MVMvsvitstisutsm yreettngs ?lft to^e /Afa opportunity to wish Customers and friends 31 diappy Christmas and ^Prosperous 3Cew tyear I City (iara^e Trading Cl OM n-4l A.: XM.t.v ITBY HAPPY aad 4 HSAl.THY ASD NU-fPIROt/S 1951 I 1* NEWSAM & CO.g We thank ion fer >our patrenssr durlns the vear: ma* ynor Christmas be a happ> anr and pgajff New Year a fn'* year ol bspp* arhle^rmeftt. &f i GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES a 1 I %  %  IS Qreetings! THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF BARBAIMIS HAKDWARt: Co.. Lit. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND PATRONAGE AND EXTEND TO YOU THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON No. 16. Swan SBwl Phone 2109. 4406, or 3534 I %  Si I I < .-. & s. .' I I 'JJtat Oiritadt T.h# ihli. Oppuriiiiilir i nd ma wkh Cl*m.i <7 fl/WApHADUA J B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNBU' AjaOC INC. %  Hfm rar r/oiir RIAP fHitmiui Currsnt". Prune* Mlsed Peel Table Jellle. Jam-. Table Hulter Tin* Orante. (irapefrult. O. a\ G. F. Juices Luncheon Bert. Roast Beef Tea Cocoa lFr>. Peter"-. Rouni lTees> CSCE & Co. Ltd. 1 a 9. BOEBl'CK ST. I %  a %  %  FOR SALE a IIAGGATTS GROUP Ofters will be considered for Ihe purcha&c of the abuve group, consistun; of Iiaggatts Factory and the following estate* :— J Your First Taste of J ^ I S & S 1 S will explain more tloVIM 5 nuentlv thin word, can IIB < WHY II s & s 11 i! in Popularity 1st in Quality SAMPSON LTD. llrsdtiuartcra for Best Rum STUART & (1938) IHslrihulnr* ml Htu-rr A l^nd-'Hnrvr tarn #'...... 11.1.1 £ yfs*w*Mr****SMV. %  %  I M .l.i. T.UI Acre* Acr* HaKgatts & Bruce Vale approx. KB 713 Greenland &: Ovrhill approx. 324 644 llawden & River approx 266 521 Friendship approx 113 211 Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised and is equipped to produce fancy rrolaases as well as D.C. sugar. During the 1A31 crop", the factory produced 4,352 inns of sugar. The bags required for the 1952 crop have been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group includes among other items the following International Harvester tractors:— 1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer. 1—WD9, 1— Farmall H. Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subsoilor ploughs, 1—disc plough, 1— brushbreaker plough. 8 Dodge Trucks 1 Austin Truck. 11 cane carts for Tractors. Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules. Further details and obtained froro, .onditions of sale may be S. P. MUSSON. SON A: CO.. LTD.. Broad Street, Bridgetown J? ?fi**ti**f**f4KMH!Mi^^



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    I I I -li V\ III i I 1JBF.R 2.'.. I9S1 BARB \I>OS ADVOCATE I'M. I MINIS HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES •\jjrn BffiLfe BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS AUWOJA CBCM umr TV-C MORNW' BOTH ASK*.' PER MONBV" rtXl *•-* T*JV". TV #TPA-jMTOUOXT TOBtON A BALL TEAM A TOAST TO YOUR HEALTH!! ir WINCARNIS TONIC WINE ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. (< CHRISTMAS GIFTS" SPECIALS SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Monday (only) *I*KIAI Ol ri'HS nrr n utailiihlr at our Itrunrhr* Twrrd.idr. S(J iulilslii" II .mil Sit.in Sim TJaually Now MINCEMEAT llt> Jarv ER11T COCKTAIL DATES JACOB'S CR. CRACKI US Packaur S 73 .49 M :.a MIXED NUTS 11 Hi Pk| I -( %  in 9 LIQUEUR ill M VI I.ITAIIl.l. SAI. VII 01 IN \ I ss STOUT BEER. I RONTENACi: finally NOW llll IN I ;.i l.litl r.r. so :.vs w .26 .20 BEETS CARROTS per lb. D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Brbad Street I i 'V I %  I 'a I X %  V V. I 91 #/• #/.-..•. <.n #i** i nt IIMIII 41 ml Hi I-I \i-n-.. RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND JOHN M. III. \IKi>\ Y C A.F.S..F.V.A. I'l iMillOSS HIIIIIMSf. I'lao...I< HI lltltlltlMtA LOAD CAPACITY 7 cwt. I LOADING HEIGHT 8 ft. 6ins : :;*. <;;*. .-.-* <;_ % .AY( T -*,6-.T CONS ')' . -ua.iaA3c.es It cos *'. i->\3 -OJ '< kf*P NS-OCO^CtuliOtt. C**?v _.S M W I UIV5i.Ll... UT I -E '' 1-" MINLA^i •<'.-...-' 5 • BE A" T-l-ft S JUirwEAH i>.OuaTO -cusc %  *oa Ml* P*T-...LlTS C*f*tVON. S^E < AN ("O'SJ Tt.P.' THF PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES *C4!DTMIS6IK. %  WMHJEttXKr \ 50W _^.4^kWk% MANURE. BALLAST and other BUCKETS Available. COMPTON POWER LOADERS CABLE or HYDRAULIC For use with must of trie Leading Wheel* Type Tractors. mini \h„, SI.117.7.Oil lnsl„lh;l lh,,.n


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    PAGE T\M l.w. BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'KSDAV. I>KC FMBKR J5. 1M1 W.I. 3RD TEST • In"" Put 1. \ wasthe occasion for an outburst from %  %  ninth for %  four. SOjU another rot tWS uwcd through the gap. The total wan now Wmtm tt and Worrell extra Thomas Scores Half Century For Empire ONLY TWO of the last 11 matches which were to have been p winplayed the Empire versus L iVkwi.-k The otlMi malcl not played ,i. their i-Kige and scored 8 113. F. Th.-mas who wen! In at Now inerc occurrvo whai aaUBOue evM bean running.easily until he | tl *,* ,iuirH of! attstnpted a short MUKIIHem* Bour fours %  23 and G. C'u.rk? I <.Hi tram who opened the 1/Klgo attack took three. MI.ill nut before lur.< h || to Pi.k.'i, i %  I -. ne Pick 1 aid Division Cricks* .' d rday, \\ .it: \l I : .. dash for It ami pulled up with one leg held in front of him—the n hi* let; thigh had pulled again—not badly enough to cripple him but one suppose* enough hM maxterU agility. Al this su,bowling slow lee ftp %  placed N in* him with can* m run*. The out and sqaari (j ;.cUy pUesd ihrmiah the rnl) ,.,„,,„ s „ %  ailaMc %  5, xi ]g und %  ward. i .md wen left fun* 10 win. Weekes and Wen' 11 any looked slow but when Week. single to maks 0 stand it WHS scored UM n In I %  I i lor pi.-k.vick took 11% 1 HO d three* for 3S kwick IFofttl I>nnv took five fat 2' three f"r tB, ggm XI NaiiMChaster i nfiii -i in (\ now eontlnued % %  D| Dsnesfitratlon alltsd exaeth what WaJ need%  yu au i— w hn .. %  > I cans witt th< Worrell 2a e Bwi h C I" Uwlrw N (Irani Iftw ft R Bow.n A Ll^i b William* %  B l-wl— • H^irt-r < r B Will .am* b Holdrr T (lnMlh t WillWtr* b Hwrn JUadlFnan r I^ICH b Bo*n A Kmi t r Kina b Bowrr %  MW b '' %  % %  1 t lor Ml Jlnr IS. ROWUMfl ^ ILVBIS J ail ol I lor I 1!.* sBT U.S. Aid Uinnrtor Viiion^ 21 killed lu Plane Crash KIIPAN, Iran, Dee. a Di Henry llennett. United st itea* Polni Pour programme director. an DIB r. \<:< n-\rs rmrAOO. Dee. 24. A U.uiert trcM sui-vey VnnMJ showed that soa *• J^-f" -on-lid In accidents inciudlns The Mil Uieludsd w kiflssl in tire. WHAT'S ON TODAY iiinriw 11.0.4 J Buoset: 5.40 p.m. M %  Last Qu*rt*r. Dscamb> 21. I, milting: BOO pja. High Tide: 1259 a.m., !.v-i p.m. I*w Tide 0.50 a.m. 7.6* p.m. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART From t'odrington Rainfall: lu llui. Toial rainfall tor month to data. 296 Ins. Hlgheftt Ttu|tralur. Bl.B "F Lovwit Timpeialura: 786 *T. Wind Velocityu milen per hour Baramater: (0 a m. iid.ttB* 3 p.m.) 29804. StHoIiday BBsl I Festivities I %  %  1 I 13 Ii iMORGANll CLUB !' ,-, |l )o h livery lime Bv jimmy | l.ulo PLANO VIRTUOSO Apeao QUMBLE OH THE /WMTEJR TALENT AW 6OT NOT A TUMBLEBUT MAUlM MC8t0VVnSH,HARMON'WT, PLAYED THE SMPLEST TUNE AH0 ON PRST PRIZE AT THAI %  K V I 5* %  il SI is gr ""g yoiil Year's NighlS y Old Year's Nij^ht Special Holiday Dinner from 8 to It p.m Supper served throughout the night Xmas Night Dinner [Dane*. % % % % % % %  % % % % % % % %  % ^mmmmwwmwyww^wm<>'£ | #•* TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AMD CUSTOMERS Mi>un Esw a/our EVENING SUIT I'frli'Fl lil hi/ I P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO. LTD. WE WISH IS J&naA *•*'*• FROM L "Toptcorer* in Tailoring' Pr Wm Henry Streel V'-'--,'-'-%-.-,-.-.',-.^<.*^*,<.-.',*,*,^-,*,^^',^V,','-'',*,'0**-,*-'-'-V'^*-* MLRCHAiNT TAILORS OF BOLTOTS l.VM. I ^ % %  %  % % % % % % %  %  % % %  lll l in ^Ht44{i{^IMMM^^^44^ys^^^lSISSJSMH*liSISISSiSIl*JIW AQJld ipu DMA 2 for a HAPPY CHRISTMAS and a PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR x .-. Oil a | %  i i %  I I dl s I I %  I iS %  ..i IS %  %  %  & From the authorised bottlers of Coca-Cola, BBC. Ginger, BBC. Soda Water, BBC. Orange. BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. Roebuck Slret. *fr !" \9\KSmMMmM*HW,\M\M*tm*HKfimmH r Am\Miii'iim



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    WEST INDIES WIN THIRD TEST IN AUSTRALIA 6-Wicket Victory Changes LIU) I /'/ I4IHIJ) i\i)i:i>i;\i>\si srvri: Losing Streak Cripps Will Gomez 46 And Christ iani 12 Seem Like l„ WinomgP.rtaerrf.ip Santa CIaus ^ or.d War III Lulikelyln^ %  %  1 %  %  %  ADELAIDE Dei %  the Third ] %  .%  ition bul iusi their wtckel Itar itrokc ; % %  141. 1 t<> reach the sconwith carried the Weft D 1 Ion foj the Bwl time. played with extreme care MCl) taking only one boundary m J lonn wU aakaa off drove Mil I: %  It and welcomed now ignoring ..f'-nic. Ni w_ 11. atnounl of tem] lation from RHIC %  II11line. IL.rold Dali Adelaide:— %  "'ii' piing when Marshall and S' camo back to take the W.long the path that victory. Adelaide-* Secretary. Jeanes explained that nui Day only a f< luneh bul thousands wo after—always pre something 10 see. Marshall appeared to ba %  ceQy on his legs tin ing than he had born last cveni but hu still had Allan Rae as 1 mr," ii wdl not be now. Coal Shortage Churchill n> axpt %  (root Uic us. at high del to say nothing of expi %  hipping, Blnea Britain'! major is coal—although vast q %  oeoabold. Food la as ll,i: %  % %  handed out. OUM DC would bo U s. lobacoo and ration. V eat up big pot lung dollar re* %  ....... V. I %  II:.. I in. once lr" fr movotnant, during basis of poatd super loi %  %  Z j bit.'. ii...: [and reeetn ThStai nwoi I black Inlaid %  %  %  id al%  1 %  itinna. th> Wt b i ; West versus East rnlatlons in HIM is based on many : i The UBtti I Tiut gain prestige as ar %  | pane* Kremlin Atlilnile Ntr-itrp-ir liases 1 %  .!, %  bases *o vah will rema Weatern Powoi %  itual del tnd Hutwill be signed when the Ub%  %  %  %  m i rring. • ; %  wftfa the new I .Mil also get nnanekvl i %  the new rgcanrnwat %  %  d is %  i i II I. Tilt i. %  iV I I:\I.I; Ihrislna-s iMWfl ttm HisF\n'l!cni\ IhclitiMTnnr I AM qrateful lor the opportunity, through the courtesy ol the 'Barbados Advocate', to aend to all Ms readers my good wishes for Christmas and the New Year. Throughout Uu* Fall'. Bin bhould be standing 01 !. md gm up the postwar policy oi depending upon U.S. aid. 1 in obkt.iile %  lo •ncii T.dous, and whether aervallvc Govcrnmeni drastic enough action an .tick is om; of Chun)...i headaches.— U.P. %  %  %  i i %  . %  %  %  fateful nughl gni %  %  t r 1 Jr 1 r i SBsg '**e 4riO>^f g" %  j a. f' j j j MK COLIN WII.I.IAMH Of UM A> i 'i % %  i %  %  tor luig %  i %  %  the intercolonial and i %  %  ; n ol thg %  -i %  iminity. There wenso mn> that l not finish until I %  -oUowi i Ml--.' riXKD THI BROTHi:n %  I \ Harris I Co %  I Xolhing Will Stop Steel Mills Prom Operating M Kxmi %  OQ I he %  I : %  %  90 Dead, 118 Missing In Explosion WKSl HIANK: ILLINOIS. l>ec. 24. The known iieath Ml .-, xplosion here renchr.1 M (I ..red it will mount tlU The explosion Dl .1 %  day morning shook the mines l* lunueK A..01U111H "T"rtlf*rt. ITS T" local Union I.. Lewis. President .if OW Mine W r 1 JL-scendeO Into the Uuuuter pit along %  later, th fa> iii *" %  %  %  %  %  1 DOd •' nvrrtf"! to a without .1 Tie nl <> %  %  lemporriry morgu*'. %  %  rowt of bod burlap-covered floor 1 .. %  pulla %  %  : %  %  %  1 I..A u 00 the booh , -o.r. I I put .1 ring around It, %  I jld It: Happy IH.uilt) Of Rioting j Before Uiutaniunle Union H.Q. KINGSTON. J i:A Uec. 2J. After the trial 1 ovenni Interval ol of 131 iiersotis charged wi'.h riotm*: in "ronl of Ihi Bustamante Industrial Trades Union HeaidQuarters on August 6 wan found gail! 1 ment ppeaJ all cases Ten mnnlxheadM Kortg 1 THE l United Nations and Coramunlat irogm whatam vgi on % %  %  problonx holding up agr< %  .-lire. %  BdOMd gelting ai %  I wbauiei %  1. .1! J'ru IfMum ChoeeQ %  %  %  % %  1 j R % %  • Alia brahan Roy a Goodndge, John Prescod, T<*d Thorbo Osborne Must Forfeit Yacht PORT 1 AITBR %  U Meglgti Osborne of Oh \> .." %  . 1 %  500 with ;, %  nc .hotg A SECTION of Swan 8Uet crowded yesUnUj With Christ-ass sboaaen. ohn Hos • kins and dismissed the charge %  %  %  •VI _-'0* Mai %  %  Dge'i loiter %  %  1 hnDrtaonad f-'-rn**; %  r. Ubbv r I I -idea and ..lies. %  I %  %  mant said that the %  ..., dnaaaa t m I i tee %  %  % %  • .-. % %  %  1 iHe nil.I %  %  Gill I %  a saving. %  _. Ltd. 1 0 %  ... botdei ol A toes* 1 unk's mation 19—An 1 I cJhe 71 lain is Of ofmmpeter ana ( taarrettes S %  1 "rigid and Chi 1 1 r Her 1 %  30—A 1 s • On Psge : Wak m*rry ijim ./7 C In> (slums ana :. ( 'h rosperous tg$ 1 • IHI i:l:lll\ll-\MHill\\ lOHUlO llilos III). III. ;Wflllfl*IWIKWW5iKWEf'WlS


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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: Tuesday, December 25, 1951
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02768
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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WEST INDIES WIN THIRD TEST
IN AUSTRALIA
6-Wicket Victory Changes
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i\i)i:i>i;\i>\si srvri:
Losing Streak
Cripps Will
Gomez 46 And Christ iani 12 Seem Like
l WinomgP.rtaerrf.ip Santa CIaus ^ or.d War III
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ADELAIDE Dei

the Third ]

.-. ition bul
iusi their wtckel
Itar itrokc ;
141.
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t<> reach the scon- with
carried the Weft D 1 Ion foj the Bwl
time.
played with extreme care
MCl) taking only one boundary m
j lonn wU aakaa off drove
Mil I:

It and welcomed
now ignoring
..f'-nic. Ni
w_ 11. atnounl of tem] lation from Rhic
II11- line.

IL.rold Dali
Adelaide:

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ing when Marshall and S'
camo back to take the W-
.long the path that
victory.
Adelaide-* Secretary.
Jeanes explained that
nui Day only a f<
luneh bul thousands wo
afteralways pre
something 10 see.
Marshall appeared to ba
ceQy on his legs tin
ing than he had born last cveni
but hu still had Allan Rae as
1 mr, ntuhted spinners to Marshall who
once beaten yet played the other.^
with Arm decision and played a
maiden with uu further trouble.
At the other and Lmdwall eesne
mi to Stollineyer who survived a
l.b.w. appeal and then turned -i
four on hi* tOM. ManbaU then
took up Ring to the boundary and ,
swung the next ball round for a
.mother four to the
1 oondarj
Marshall tint
Australia ad to h
utmost as was then- determination
to mid defeat and it was obvious,
that Hie West Indies will be mad*
to go eveiy inch on the way if
they were to win. When 18 run.-.
were added Marshall was induced
to play at a leg spinner from Ring
that crossed the Face rd Um wiefc-
el and Langlcy took an easy oaten.
I
Ring 29. One for 12.
mlng was
Worrell would
Ring who was turning
the balls sharply and using vancd
Hight. He had to wait through
landwall to Stoll-
meyer And then played his turn
xgainst Ring with great care re-
\ealing i powers
while learning the extent of Ring's
repertoire
BteUmeyer Ceoffhl
d awav a single
ft |
spinner and Mollmeyer lapsed.
He leaned over to rcarh the ba'l
wide of the oil -tump mid played
Oder it and Miller took a simple
catch at first slip.
Stollmeyer caught MlHer bowled
Rit.K *" Two wickets for 85 runs.
How WackM Mned Worr-aO and

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had en the downfall
Both batsmen
nK iclanced Nobli-t fur a single and at
Ring droop i one on the lag
,g stump to Worrell whose bat
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U NDOM DO

Progranuni

like Santa CUui gill*.
ChurchOI and bJ Cabanat hope
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grumme loi the BOOM (rani ba
shape when tin- folium n- rettl II
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a win be Chur bill
lor avoiding
United Slates for any HI
aid.
bunfalU, in iu.s radio speech o
UM nauon, said that the a
lor Kntaln to .m i 1
to pull in the bl
liiougii iiri.oio have now been do-
ing in-t more or laa- i
c World War 11 started.
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purpose ol
i runourod
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avaraj mora Mllion
Churchill
bai ha would aah
Ultunately, howuvci, the. ..
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members well bow band*
Britain, .-..
but hi* closest associates say >"
ii wdl not be now.
Coal Shortage
Churchill n> axpt

(root Uic us. at high del
to say nothing of expi
hipping,
Blnea Britain'! major
is coalalthough vast q

oeoabold.
Food la as
ll,i- : !
handed out. OUM DC
would bo U s. lobacoo and ration.
V eat up big pot
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Kremlin Atlilnile
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I AM qrateful lor the
opportunity, through
the courtesy ol the
'Barbados Advocate',
to aend to all Ms read-
ers my good wishes
for Christmas and the
New Year.
Throughout Uu* Fall'.
Bin bhould be standing 01
!. md gm up the
postwar policy oi depending upon
U.S. aid.
1 in obkt.iile lo
ncii T.dous, and whether
aervallvc Govcrnmeni
drastic enough action an
.tick is om; of Chun)...i
headaches.U.P.
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raaad e*a ba -*ni tii*
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CntnmunhtH Knd
;ilkiy True*'
, did-Up with only
a the tniie
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her iiiob=
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tth Korea
night.

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tntenee Cotnmunirt
i inna nre.
SCHOOL UOV WINS
CHRISTMAS TURKEY
Stops Winning Streak Of IauW
Com/H'titors
MR, coi.in wii :
.i pupil ol H.n i age, won the Am i I
. Chrl i the nriia lot winch was
i [ and a hnttli
| in thg foui i ii, hi i i I rnpeiitloB
he i iiiJ.
-(CJ1.)
Prisoners In Korea To
Exchange Mail With Families
*-^ d&muitniom Korea. Dec M
lenti in Um Bai
Supplement which
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found in
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Missing In
Explosion
WKSl HIANK:
ILLINOIS. l>ec. 24.
The known iieath Ml .-,
xplosion here renchr.1 M
(I ..red it will mount tlU
The explosion Dl .1
day morning shook the mines l*
lunueK
A..01U111H "
"T"rtlf*rt. ITS T"
local Union
I.. Lewis. President .if OW
Mine W r 1 JL-scendeO
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without .1
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lemporriry morgu*'.
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IH.uilt) Of Rioting j
Before Uiutaniunle
Union H.Q.
KINGSTON. J i:A Uec. 2J.
After the trial 1 ovenni
Interval ol
of 131 iiersotis charged wi'.h riot-
m*: in "ronl of Ihi Bustamante In-
dustrial Trades Union HeaidQuar-
ters on August 6 wan found gail-
!
1 ment
ppeaJ
all cases Ten mnnlx-
head l Mayor Linden Newland
were acquitted. >M Kortg 1
THE
l
United Nations and Coramunlat
irogm whatam vgi on " '

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.-lire.

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Goodndge, John Prescod, T<*d
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Osborne Must
Forfeit Yacht
PORT 1
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A SECTION of Swan 8Uet crowded yesUnUj With Christ-ass
sboaaen.
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PACE TWO
II.MtllADOS ADVOCATF.
II i -.!> \Y l I
fahib QaUbiq
HIS Excellency the I
and Lady Savage j,.
led by the Q0WM1 A I> I
Dennis Vuughan visited the Men-
ial Hospital and Laiare!*.'
'Orirtnu Vr.U, Family
DL'i: to arrive from Canada to-
morrow by T.C A. are Mr.
and Mrs. Vert- Brook* who will
spend the Caatiatmaa noiiu-.
Vere1. parent.* Mr. and Mr I
Brook* of 'Rosemary*'. Rockle.
Vere works with T.C A
(real.
With Her Son
LADY STOW, mother of Hi
Hon. Mr, J. M. Stow. Ad-
ministrator of St. Lucia lefl dh
Sunday by B-W.I.A '
to spend Christmas with her son.
B.W.I.A. Branch Manager
Caracas
MR. AND MRS. Eric Emberton
and family flew over from
Venezuela by B.W.I.A over the
.m-ek-end for the ChnMmas holi-
days. Mr. Emberson
Manager B.W.I. Airway*. Careen*.
Venezuela.
They are staying at ihe Para-
dise Bear* Club.
Eaiated
THE engagement was an-
nounced on Saturday night
i-etween Miss Patricia Evelyn
daughter of Mr. and Mr* H. U
Evelyn of 'Herbertaon", Market
Hill, St. George and Mr. Kenny
Hutchlnaon, son of Mr* St Clnir
Hutehlnson of "Bay t w a 1 rr*,
Deacon* Rd., and the late Mr.
Hutchin*on. Kenny is a popular
young Carlton all-roarhder.
The engagement wa .innounred
at a buffet dinner given by
Patricia's parent.* at which rela-
tives and very rlose friend* of l-oth
families attended.
Two Barbadians
ARRIVING "n Sunday from
Arube By K.L.M. Dutrh Air-
linei to spend Christmas with
their relatives were two Barba*
dlana, Mr. Harry Pilgrim and Mr.
Freddie Parris. They are both
employed with the Lago Oil ,iBd
Tran.'.port Company.
Harry who was formerly on the
i-epoTtorlal -:aff of the Advoeale
ii now Port Captain's Clerk in ad-
dition to being Advertising Mana-
ger 'or The l^aeal. a weekly publi-
cation in Aruba. while Preddi" LI
n stenographer altached to Iht
Puulle Relations Department
Barbados Turfite*
A_MOrfO Ue passengers leaving
Barbados for TruiM B.W.I A. on Sunday night wage
Mrs. Ednar Crosslev, Mr. Fred
ilethell. Mr. A H-iyling. Mr. Jack
Kidney and Mrt. Charles, IVtree.
They have gone to attend the
Christmas Meeting of the Trinidad
Turf clui> sfMeb bfglrsl tomorrow.
leaving bv the same plane for
Trinidad uere Miv Tommy
Edwaub. Mi. Rufuii Fields, Mr.
kit King,. Mr. anq Mrs. Keith
We*>Ter mT KVnnr-"' n
Mrs. Ursula Alley iw, while Mr.
nnd Mrs. Erdley Mylea left fof
Trinidad the day before.
Other Barbadian turflta* wiU be'
leaving by B.W.I.A. special flight'
today and tomorrow
Plaza Chri


Trinidad Viait
MR. AM* MRS
STRONG Itfl
i-nd ba B W i a on viaat to
Trinidad. Mr Anr
er
With Bovtfll & Skcefe
*R. DA V| I) Mt'HRAV of
lVl Messtb DOV
St. Vincent aa
St. Vincent by B.G Alrv
lerday. Hi
Chrislma* hold
rally
Back From St. Vincent
U '' E HINDS ,f Kew
TK Road St Michael .md her
daughter Toni who -ra-% spending
0 holiday ,n St. Vinei
relatives returned over the week-
end after an enjoyable holiday.
Second Chriatmai
MISS STKFPY STAHL, Profes-
sor of Physical Education
and Dancing at the Public School*
m Caracas, i* back in Marbadov
"he spent .< hoBday hen last
( 1'iistmas. She arrived
1 W.I.A.
She has come ever to join her
star pupil Vera RWlr
present holidaying in Barbudo*
with her parents, and af
nt the Windsor Hotel.
Besides teaching at the Gov-
ern am) schools Miss Stah] ilnda
time to conduct her privato
Aeadem>.
Arriving by the same plane
Kri'l Steele proprietor
Book Slon
M 10 Barba-
dos
Married
H HENRY HOfiOBNTRAU
------jr, (OB) former Set r.-tarv
or the US. Tietiaurv wag remntl>
married in Manhattan lo French
born Mi Marcollo Puihon Hlrach
(47). Mr Morgenthau no longer
1 Government office; ha
retire* in ISM He i ow Hi.
on v.iih
Mr Morgenthau viafu
J
M
MJ-
Few Day.
S3 JANICE GILL i
tlie ktalT of the Sink'
ig Machine Co.. hen- Dsft
Party
.1 im mated


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our. Six "t than
tick As
wen dimmed and |h<

The FirM Nowols* followed by
all > faithful'1 "Silent
Nigh*' and many otl
carols. The true Spinl

regation joined in the oilier weu-knowi
lie ^taff of the Bridge-
town Plaxa iinrl '
m earh llre^ente,| their
Managing Director. Mr Ronnie
OtttOM with a Chrlslma- preaenL
Tn conduSton, a vote of thank" was
Mr v. Chase and th
i
. v
Ba rri tter at-L" w
A/fy nKN'Ms MALONE Bar-
1"1 rlater-at-Law left for Cren-
w la orar the week-
end llehn* gone to l|M I
i .,- |, ,-,..- < '
taaminr on il
- Mr Michael Timwob
A.-lstant Manager. L-^dge Scho-*
Hrre For Christmas
T4yfH KF1TH ROBERTS who
1.V1 Trinidad arrived on Sundnv by
B.W.I.A. to spend Christmas with
his mother Mr^ l-eila R<
Hlnrtabiirv Road.
Service Enffineer
VIT TOM WALL. Service En-
i Rineer uf ili<" Rover Company
I Id.. Birmingham is at present in
Barbados on a tour of (J
December SUt, he
.i 1! I
Bathsheba. He arrived
doa on Saturday fr.no MarttnlqW
Win* Christinas Tree
"Aflt ST. ClaMil HAHPER of
11 Hall Uoon Forl m Lucj w< n
h .i raffled
hy the Tliini fl.-irb^id'* Si i Si lit
yesterday. Mr Mirj-rr won vrltfl
lieket Kl I
Chri it m .-is Music
EWETrPTS ,n lianderi
"Hcaaiah*' ineiudliiR Wor-
th* Is The Lamb" will highlight
mm me ,.: I
| hleh "ill be heard at St.
Mary's Chun !i next Sundny afler-
nuun at 4.30.
Tin- iholr ciiiidui-ted by Mr.
nMlaaja Callendcr wUI stng a
numw* of popular Carols. Guslav
rsolat'a -Xmai Day" will also f..r.,i
j*rt of the |irograiiune
B.B.C. Radio
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XMAS GREETTNGS
and Proaperlly lor Ihe
New Year
lo all our Customer*
and Friends
MODERN DRESS SHOPPE
G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO.. LTD.
TO-DAY 2Slh at 8 15 WIONBUVKY 26lh at 4.45 & 8 15
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Rough-.r. I Qlorj> 1 The Raw
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the Iron Road jo Bnu
CHRISTMAS RECIPES
H O V V
< >II NINO TO-DAY i: .th at 8.15
, illy at 4.45 & 8.15
In the Days i>f Glaota ... He Towered Abwe Them All The
Man Who Towk on the Toughest Gang In Texas ... All At Once. .
nn: n:\ \s ravgers -
in Super Cine Colour
GEORGE MONTGOMERY GALE STORM
willi Jerome COURT1-AND Noah Beery, Jr. William BISHOP
1
2 Reel Short- MALACK IN THE PALACE"
with the THREE STOOGES.
[To Our Patrons and friendsI
Publicity Director
MR JOHN LEE. Publleity Di-
rerlor of Gulf Oil Corpn in
Venezuela arrived from Veneniel.i
on Saturday bv B.W.I A. He )oin-
his wife and family here for the
Christmas holidays
Arriving from Si Lucia the
same day was Mr John Parkin-
son of Barnes nnd Comparer'!*
Construction Department. He i*
at present stationed In St Lueln.
caasawoRD
: STuiLaXena*
Tan* inrl winks. -
'irown into artor
. rrirwr fiitiuti"!- all
. Balling iiw-e-l-l -
. I.lns without lie i
i. lea for two gooa i
. liicrv.LM-. 11
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Cub en
. Its*:-
L Its MpTM
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i*oa ore m Psriia
4 A lOV* IISI
:. itatoeJ WH* Kv* da-ll iSi
.. How i*o Anal Ipitata uptrt
s,-.-
wn.
M -'..
1 l'*ll UK
I rwBle au Pot
s lb. of stew beef, i
-nusages; 1 pkee of bfghd
"f an egg. OarUc, Hum i table.
-Moonful. Sail. Tbjrme.
(medium ihw), Chicken hut ,,nrt
heart Parsley, 1 yolk: Hutter : oaa,
Peppei.
Put in a saucepan the beef uitl,
the thyme and the union: covri
with water and lei it eook slow-
ly for about two hours.
Take the ehleken, wash It and
dry If. And now prepare the
stuffing Takf the liver ens] the
heart of the ehleken, the brisil
(only the tnelde). the ,w^Te>,
I tiny bit of garlic (if you don't
Lice the laate yuu OsB OBlM it>
snd chip evrrytliinji flne-
lj'. Add the whole to the sausage'
meat. Then add 1 egg yolk. 1
tal>Ies|KMinfuI of rum. Uu I
luitti". i pm.h of -tit and i i>it of
pepper, Mix overythlnt ihoiough-
b stun the chicken ai ,
up. i-ut the chicken In I
pan where the beef has been
boiling and let it eook slowly for1
1 hour or more. Serve I' hot |
2 Turkey Meatballs
For tO meatballs:
'* lb. turkey meat, Salt, Grated
Cheese. 2 T.iblespoonsful. Buttet
2 o*s.. Flour I tablesponriful,.
Bread os.. Spice. I Eg Yolk,
Tomato aauce I teaapoonfut. Broth.
Boll some broth with the hones ]
of the turke> (BottOO, etsfan
PAIsUty, 1 tomato, I carrot, 1
Enarll-h potato).
Mince the meat ami the 6 og.!
f bread tonly the insioc) that
you have dipped in th.- broth and
squeeaeo. lut th,> ond
bread In a mixing bowl and add
1 pinch f nalt. l pinch of spice
(if you like id. 2 ubtaapoonfula of
mated cheese and the yolk of an
egg. Mix everything with your,
hands. Pinn the broth In a I
"l.iiilci and put the clei
imek in the aaui apea
Yv M :: b US]
dinner put u tiny piece uf butter1
In n saucepan. Add the teaspoon-
ful of tomato sauce iinri dissolve
it With 2 tdblespoonaful
Let It boll for 2 minutes then add
broth so ihnt it will fill the
ihe mc:it paste and make small
meatballa and put them ih Tne
. (.e! them boll
p 20 minute*. Take them
uf then and put them on a dkdi.
I broth boll again until half
' II la evaporated. Take now
Og. of butter and mix it.
with 1 tsbleapoonful of flour ualngl
Put this btittei and llour a little
i Ham Id the reel of the broth
until it will become a thieklsh
sauce Put the meatball* again
dcepao and lei them boll
again (or another 2 nilnuli linn
dlab them imt and cover them
a Ufa the sauce.
nurep;i
T.ike
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BAWAI
tos II\H \TI
I'U.I UIKII
There'-. baby to gladden
snothcr't heart! f\rm
| jnd *irong whirr
tretr. coming . Then
the blcwing* thai com from
-the run cod beet
Mil *> nctt In r-.iuir.il Rag
nd protective viijitith
a !
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MERRY
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A NATURAL
SEA-FRESH VITAMIN fOOO

','Fathrr ui> |'im ulni;: he uin't tuiicd "/' *'' / a Mmm "f. fc/B 6a deUghCdd
iu K will C'Uin* Aa- *-MtW CfninnuH party."
London Exprssn Henic*
REV. DURAiM DIES IN NEW MHiK
W.IJJ.S. NEW ttWlK The Barbados as on*
t>r. C Elliot Duram. M A., of an HHMBoni
1> I) Li-D. lieeeer ef . Am- make a *tud> .
brase Episcopal Church. 9 Weit HofMl mothods
130 Street. Kew York CWy. died States. Mp
at hi* residence SIS Convent trchiiM-al idut.ition
Ave., Friday Dec. 14, 1951. aflat
.n l"rtfr of Ufllll ttiiIt Alone
Dr. Duranl, a native of Barb..- Comml >n, Ml aVaahinfltoii
dos. B.W.I.. was born on Novem- Harpd end Ml
l*r 5. 1887. Hi. father, the Kev. Dr. IK.....|L wiieii in U*
Joseph N. Durant, DA, 1J~D. Stales m.,hU- .. thormivh MeeeHaa
was thru uletgjiuan of tin- An- Uon and i
itiican Church nrvlBi la the &e-
ceee of Barbados.

parted Rector wag beJ
Church on Monday
evening. Dee. 17. and a Hcquietii
*aid on Tuesday mom-
ma at 11.00 a.m.. by the Hi. Rev
H. B. Doticgan, D.D. Bishop of
the dioccm of (fee) York. Irrter-
nceit to.... tba day
4 Woodlawa <.
Digmt.. irchcs ol
manv Fatthl and denominations
in New York and .'III' Cllk
British Consular and Diplomatic
oaaelaui
.iii araJki <> Ufc
i.
U8M in iin- United Barb
in makini lha lunerai proaaaoV
lonf remembered
hi New York's Hariaan.
The Mnal Rev Reginald C.i.mt
Barrow, 1> 1> Uli lam 'ri'ml of
l)i Dm.nit- delivered a most in-
spiring funeral eulocs
arrange i ipablj Si -
ranged and eondnrtcd by Mi.
I ; -Kill.
until 1914. when he again jo
il Commission, to ed lo the United Si..
I modem educa- pern for
the I'n.ted

aai t.. the Waal \- the time
the '
irl the funds
.. -

m : i i
woal
. i -,i
lor which ho had a sentiments m m
attachment, because all tathei .
raduatad from t*
barniDj In iaoi*
man M dd* r
from that school

tarher.

It pa, l>i Ilur.m'
graduewxl and ordanu d

1 it pastorales .r


Maa
ind Bryn

he Dmeese of Naa *>
and a Bf
r st. Luke;' Caaipal M Hi
in Dur.mt paalajaad
tar in UttS uad arltta Ua
wi-.i irind> he orgai
St AmbroM- Comimiin'
snd Chapel and held I
service on Sunday. MttV
'!IJ5. TlK" ultein-
im rsssfl servn ! .
and twnl> paraoi
atartad what b now st \
C&UHssj wlmh i "W
largest Chur.hes in the I
eonnectioti in iha Unhk i

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Dr. Diiiant received his early ,
education in Barbados, and be- tuaja pf i T<-n years l-ter on Jo
k-. htj earb adult life there in lntitute. Alabama, and re.urned l946i a MrVic u b
the held of jnumali-m. He was lo Barbados with a comprebenania the mortgnfe paper >-.<
ooi.....cted itli the atarfewlsa and exhaustive report. the church havinr i-
Weekh IlMkra.led". first as a re- ajl ly mri.i.i.
portei and ifierwardi as a nw
the editorial staff.
In the real 1912. he was
i,....-,i ..:
ii- After nil return
land with lh>
a- th<
to hal
I
nberi ot
that date
tlVtlion Kills
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and your family
gather on this
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II MM! tDOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY lr< F.MBni IS. l51
Visual Education And Television
TELEVISION. UOtiv
.ind space.
although -till in the *
stage, pi
useful mfj' "( education, superi-
I ecu to tfir more
isIrucUon
<) aid* to
durUlDB
.vailarHe *elcvision channels. Ml
AiTMTK-ai- Universi-
ties. 4 IIH'dK-.'l schools, III loCil
public di
Ubreriao
serviru U
raitinm. tim*i of || from
rul tntl' then have
applfd loi Federal irenses to
m Many
nole.1 win knetd Ih it
i| i lo othei

.: d In lt ihilll .
b < m ii ,
Ti '!i-vjtmn commun i
II e use 1.1 pictures projected on
screen iind accnmpanlid with
a und Thi* aou
t-ccch of thr character! pictured.
rai .tot. th
natural lkiiM accompanying at -
ions, or It may be a musical ac-
companement
ihrougB pi< to bt v*r>
spcctfU. In a bbj
The pc-
ceptual character of picture loflu
tutea both
their strcnwHt and thru
It Ua wtkiMM i'i lb
motion i "in
well as televlsiM
of | \vno'. (In uri-
Mnf "i whim r*
certain i ulturaJ

l ..s verbal
forms can On the other hand,
Be A chid difll-
.h iMtrui Uoti
denti ode. :.. k the
id words
fully, Crequi ntl) becauei I
meaning* for the
MM word. Since pictures deal
I U...1 level of ex-
perience, they eon erosi Intaraa-
. .1 non raslly
.an and do ap-
nm, for it
requires hkH schooling, I It]
or irniiung to understand .. pit -
iori.il n"-ii*<* than a verbal mess-
age.
nmunlca-
ii.- able to i-xtenu the
raiike ol the visual atnse In perl
LlIU from 11.
By FLOYDE E BROOKS

ran alow action down, or speed it
,. ha* nx-atiln.
audience n be so


.....
.: -.1 HM
..r.l Ugh)
. '
' i
notion picture can ao
' Ml ,| (,1,11(1 ...
sot hew it pierces a piece of Kl *.
the pattern Hie plr.es ta>
thai oc-
i

hi.'' and to .
rpuscle.-.
ol uliod can be
ttunugfa th. oapUl
students as .i umup in aaj
" t Of aCtlort, as opposed to in-
dividual viewing through micros-
copes, baa significant n.
Uon .ippin to ti I !'n mo-
tion picture in contrast with the
use of the telescope.
Motioii [Mi'iii.- ii'iivislon. and
n n unka*
lion lifter eSraMencei
re ivin and man eric -
live "'in' aUkx alii than ira ex-
therv aUal in
. motion picture.
. tin h i- of liKbt ilin.i-
nlflcanee oi yhli h oh-
'
Umlnati d Ii 'how sub*
ITJ purpose
. liopinant
of physitiil skill*, this ..
of the film demonstr.it
particular importance. In these
subjects the film demonstration
provides an opportunity for all
the student-, to view the act Ion-
lo-l-imitatcd from exact*/ the
s.iine viewpoint. In such subjects
as social nudjej, the order in
which the content is presented
through a film makes it ... ier tot
the students to develop tin > i mi
alirations necenrsary for nn effee-
Uva understanding.
Thix power of the motion picture
lo provide "real" expertenc.- hits
'Igniflcanl educational potentials.
increasingly, the events which
affect the lives of student' ore
reseats in terms of space and time.

roots occurring at a di*-
-iifftcuit to man
I than the use of pte-
:rial form- of communication.
Some of the pffOnUM
that thrv will I I | ex-
'
md under-
I) jiimu-
lata intaraal and
lion by student*. (3) offer new and
more effective approaches lo at-
- t Mure gener-
is cavil) lo bejievc llin:
.11 I I I |! -,| .
than other form i i

cation, (51 broaden the mass audi-
ence reached by the con
lion; (ti) offer .. new ki:
tural force which can ch |
iIs of thinking agl actions which
are passed ori from BgnaroUun to
,' Hi .'mi,
Some studies based on Ihe u.*c
Of Ii,miing Una In industry dur-
ing World War II indicated that
lathe operators with the use of
Hlms could learn in one week as
much as they previously had
learned in three weeks with the
Usual type of instruction. A
m the use of
films in davatoptnf, athletic skills
the wartime OJtpi
the i's OfAea of Education ami
of Mm r b
l in the same con-

iltion -f facta ai
undjaratanditifl <>f basic

rhara is also general agree-
rouaa Inlaraai
which laada to further student
participation, in health classes
I iy classes, for Instance.
The use of war training films In-
dicated increased interest of the
..- reflected In an appre-
ciably reduced rate of absentee-
ism. Children are especially will-
ing to sit by the hour viewing
motion pictures and television
broadoagi
Researchers also report that
film* have definite and lasting
effects on social attitudes, that
this Is Mpeciflc In terms of a given
l a given motion Dictum,
and that this emotional effect is
cumulative. Other studies Indi-
cate the effectiveness of Dim. in
furthering emotional objectives.
Some rough measure of Wiis effec
datf-at to whith
-rmaelve*
in terms of < I thing and language
.md behi.vio.i wdh their favour-
n picture and television
'naracters In such areas as
tolerance, mental hygiene, and
democracy, motion pictures orTer
biight hope of an effective way of
implementing the emotional ob-
b educator* have
long subscribed
Mpi onh
.light in -i
it;.! pictures. They b-v- II
much to create a kind of world
'Ulture Their influences on as-
pect* of life have not been meas-
ured but are attested to b>
Of th*- life and customs
M the world, This
f '...... |.n -
lure is Important in
throughout the world, where the
problem is to reach vast groups
of people unable lo read. Peo-
ple who cannot read or write ran
understand simple motion pi.-
naraj artuoh Baotv techniques of
-iiri'."ni. health, Unpitwad farm-
ing practices, and skills of home
UOB.
lectures are also highly
effective in adult education. Tew
:. read all lha things the>-
wish to r -ad Fewer still will(
read serious discussions and act
.". as the
when it is necessary on so manv
bring the ed i
the people up l<> .late, this ability
of the film to interest.
attention, md lo provide infonnu-
apacuj and anecUval]
.,(..:i '.,i.:
- nali.ic nf ihe
uiolion i
i I detailed natu of n
presentation. arTccts the baoav-
lour of m.ii., chlldnn and youth
in those phases of life which ba"H
remained untouched by the moie
traditional modes of COUUnUnll -
lion. It has led to an unprecedent-
ed change In customs and man-
ners which affects all phases of
living.
While much of the rusearcn into
the use of motion pictures and
other pictorial forms ..f communi-
cation has been excellent, i.iken
ut a whole it has touched only a.
law Of the basic pontbili I
knowledge trained in the us,- of
motion pictures In education ap-
plies to television too, but tele-
vision can make unique contribu-
tion! of Its own. (EDUCATION
Study & Tearhing)
HEALTH BENEFITS L-J
* CONTAINS VITAMIN A | 0
IN A DELICIOUS FORM
* INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS
* ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN
Haliborange
Thm uicatl way of taking
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
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CHEST
Put it in the
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' Meothoiatum' Balm stops Coklr alm<":
si ooor. Put' MmthoUlum' up the No*
sod RUB IT ON the Throat and Chesi
As sooo aa you begin lo mbak the
iling 'McatnoUtum' vapours, your
head starts to char and stuffy nose and
teat nassagai oasa up so thai you can
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Gardening Hints For Amateurs
(..iKDKN PtSTS AND
DUEASES< onttl.
THE GARDEN IN DECEMBER
Scale r'l./i!
"BueJrJna (
which mi rrequet
cus, Oleander.
others
rdon ik'si.
heuding of
Scale Insect.
stuck Hlbta
1 plants and
N.jlr Infer. U OU be white.
black, or brown, and appear like
UtUa luny lump.- coveiing Ihe
name of the affliclcd plants. This
eondlllon H often accompanied by
a black sooty appearance of the
fht Garden Booh informs
u^ that ant* are to a gi*-.,i extent
U lor the ipread of thi*
"scale blight" ami to prevent it
spreading ants should !* Lractad
'i> their nests, and destroyed by
boiling water. If the plant is very
badly infested, as is often the*ease
' i Mihlscus, it is be*t to cut it
down to Ihe ground <| .,( an
rate to ait out the worst parts. If
Ihe trouble Is only slight. It should
bespray.-d with Nlagaj- Bttiuleo
Another very common garden
affliction, this time not .* peat but
a disease If, Hlaek Spot whuh so
often ..Hacks Rose trees. '
Mark Xpet can be recognised
when it is seen that the rose
lemvei h.ivc a brownish blotchy
appear inea with black spots both
on the surface and the underside
of the leaves. After a time even
the brownish blou-h turns blnrk.
nnil the whole leaf then rurn1*
yellow and drops off This diaaaii
must be dealt with promptly, and
<:- fii.itiiienl Is In spray with
Mi mure, or to dust the
plant mtli .i inixiuie of Sulphur
an.i powdered uraan '< ol toad
The pri 11 ipti m foi both these
a from the Oar-
dan Hook of Barbados are green
below.
H..,,i,!, Mixture Ir'nr
Bluck Spol)
Dissolve 3 ozs. ol pure capnaj
sulphate (blue stone) in m gal-
lons of water. Mix 5 on. of hv-
\am (ilackad nmei in
little water, and dilute It to IV^
gallon*, pour the lime water Into
the copper sulphate otutton and
stir Well These
ba mixed u d kept epai
jhen mixed together ihOnld D4
l>iis|inU Mixture Kor Itl.nk
Spol
!> parts or inn- Sulphur; 1 part of
powdered sntenatr of lead.
I I dUSUng of plants Should be
HI I'i. ptanpl are damp
rroni daw, rain or watering, ii
dang in a high wind much of the
ed. as it
blows away before i( cjn slick to
UN plan! For by this process n
1 -iinil.ir bag does veiv
Well Kill with the dusting powder
and shake wall over the atTeeted
planlB,
Ousting machines can be loaned
from the Depiriimiil ol A i
ture. but for the avengi eh
WTdfn, unless a great number of
plants are to (- tn
POailbla to do this dusting job
from a bag sufficiently arelL
rortunataly Annuals are seldom
lad by oltbar paghi m dk
a n and 'i"i Ini their short lives
lha) keep bjaajthy, and
n th.it wai
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m.Ieri.1 for staple. AaKhHor- Ih nu .1. nlM l Bul realilK. .nd Uial voerSTK. '
ward ai ^SSllS Plloaon> cl.bli.hed .1 pre- ,,, M,
complcxIUee to reaolv* and some 1 men! gro- lite, another pan of HreiM, ap ". .'u,^preur "am anaJaa J... Sn York Cllv.
Sradoxea to explain Although ing oul of Ihe eUah of s. -i, rggnaiiieu un . .'',,',.T-TT Jard, for .......'- .......'......' Mum miimi
u pmfaued it. ihVreaiXtfco
waa In moat of h|i work an Im- characters in Ihc atory remain doubta though onb at the end 1 ,..., .1 Thri..... luaWfla will The Hon Victor Uryan. who
plied norm of value He waa a figure* ratlu-i than living persona, each book. Not even th. al^aaa conventlona .*" K* t< .uded ill a reporl dengr.-.l waa In the UJ? on official rniuneaa.
determlnlst. but he worked hard r... ;..'ber. the leading strong, who could 1 l( handbook touched on aeveral phaaea of
to find aucceu and recognition character. 1, a nebulous pc.n- .e-full. for a wtille llau,. Ihey , ,e b[, .1 and
m .'"id "Sfaaft-HsJiv. ; r;!^;"".,'',,;;*,;;;
Timidad. and explained tbtt
background cannot uv itself Di'1!*' attempted an of the nr* conaMutt
l-I> -_J : _._- uam nfcii>iiit*i 1-iiriui v$ "Kli mm ,. whuiK .tat.-. ..II ... milili.hi^l in Ihe *
11 k ana,,.nnirm- ma*, i.ife waa an -
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orally regarded as one ol the Lie we ~, .111 nnpinuii The queallon nad i ....,.
"To e.nh according 10 hi-. SOB nlclllgent .....I
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and recognized.
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work nou MMM clw.i- jJting character. DnlM had
ways U) make this nn import moffl'Arnrn. in Mnrtttra, bt wfa*n ,1^*' at '
he died rrtUc* were iw-rvrd m tn noo*1 ** ,i"1 cctpttd i tba ,
their words ol praise. public. This t..iliirc brouKht di-

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ren. Hi. moil, ...h,.ri ht. ,,iuv,r[(1 aI.t, ,.irri0(i *^' """''h <' '-"k';' rt .rSeUng atud.
Roman CathoUc f-ith. ad warm ^ cutonal work Irom I0M unul bedded ,h* T*'",0' "?ldh> cludtni the qtN U
and lympatheae by nature e*nu lsn EncvuraKl l>. Iu> cdito- *5 n to have- undeist.iud her children .lft| -nd nnaiidal .-ii<,\.s lie was t-,iml "'"" labortoua ,, ...
better than the father who .ippeais jcati\ once more to lake up hn mi>'' And m ,hr ''"v nrc l0'1'' lal not only for .iiiaiaiume i i H,
to have been reliaimi* but rigid u-ork a novclifct Thr um fc -Itlmate H blind U -,k: menial pono, on shipe and aircraft but dent* thai ha would contfliui U
u has lived" Sueh Mi ft,r general UM '.ii- in Lrint !m-
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left him Pnverty
and domenlit yuanel* raaulted.
which left their mark upon younj,
Dreiser and gave him :. BrOWl
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. Jinpli'tely b) tl.c .vents aroiini 0"*aUl ' liur.Uin.' alfO Wild In itimuuHO r.-.-an-h on
ihi-m. On the whole II is a weak- *n* 'hird volume of CowpaiwDod. lattaara) numl In thb Hold
er book than "Sister Carrie" an.' Bafora * had taken U| --------------------------- The ei ttondad UlO
.onvim-mtf Thi book shows. rtunv ' l'"-!"'1"'"! ""! "f 1 ' Tim "hlni-uiuul" -nmiilro
pleasure, money belonged to an however, that Dreiser waa moving ;,' iUPst fo' Tn "" '"' l' entirely dlflerent world. In the neartr to the strong-man theurv well alone with an I l I I II 1____I____,'. ,, """t",
first year, after ] l of life accord.n* to wln.h the ^"^i. '! l>iick Ilk l(arlKMHS ""
placed a ouite uncritical .v..Ui. .,,,,-a and ,h .. w,_ .,.. TiUn.- thn story f Eugene Wit la. Council -**. w#r, M,.. i.mWe Victor.
lion upon thein as obj^Uves. llus ,S4 wui recipe \t..M n2 ,h<' -,1 n-c-((!,. .man D Him.Ud,
later public confeasfins in for thei\ !1,ronr.^rJTbwauac ^0^0111 ll,e M a quest for l-eaiit> N :,m miaatm AaWa-ant h.er iiuit.u ,.f I Brawn
autobiofraphlcal lH,k, ralata how '"'^^mV ?>f^fhl!f iSZiSS 'w ,rMindf' M""h M * A",,,n- "ll"<""' Hi Joi A. Menu, the Aaaoria.
frgnklv and how timidiv he wught !_. ,1^ "Ji? .J" ^*1?"; >> critic Henrv i. Men.k- rl "' rtmeni Hum Tiaawim imuid Till (
the lusii of Dreiwrs Cowper- (.in^ -Jennie Orhe-rdt round Well Vie.- I'halnnani. I... Hi
loh repreaentlng a partlcuL
,.: navai ' [ora had he
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..( tba various lalai
Into one gimip itn ..Mi conttnoB
bjaoUva.
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Inclined In thai tunacttoo by his
.maginathre nature, bent tbaroto
by reaction whioli began even
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... < 11*12.. "The Titan- (19141. and (IMB).' 1* UJ easily .
home, ha was Mrengthened in "The Stoic" (11M7 > weakest novel and on nn.*er lllT l
1 U.....rid he As docUT:. ,, ,h. ftronB clahni H her R:".nk-
cama to know through hl< new.- worUI , Iini(ni0 lhcs(. an b. L 7 \ *
pfk. k. ,.U,-im t;i .-I ,Wy ,ne b*,, by .n Aim.licairmill po,r1.",..An^^n^,^r_1. .. "' took five days to raach
by his fallow reporters, what he of iclWrs. with patient labour the tJ
round m Aldou- Huxley. Uilliati. novelist set down all the hKta .( ,
Tvndale. and Herbert Spence. Uuit ,omplieaU-d world and out- ^ _
i him to ratlonalisa nla \IWli h.iw the labour of the iMytX W((rk In c*se
.ik. Through those ex- ditch-digger. Ihe amlnliuns of the
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"" -- -- periences. however. serM>u in- ftoclriy matron, the machinerv of ,,v,.,( ..., ( klllfully
f.i.MNtenoj was to develop which war polftJeuuu the cool avarl i
mly gi.i realize. If life .va. without mean- |,. r-,. ,..sult waa not thewlth i
ing. If men were ehenucal *ona pi rtntrl ->1 Cowperwood as a tug- sombre atmosphere Ihe dramatic
pounds, some itrong, some weak. K(a,| individualist >o much a? Umuioii whioh is maintained de-
sume unstable, why pretend i< mural of n period. As .spile the U-ng.h ol '
free in Making any goal'' Yat ho luetl shortcoming.! of languages, this novel something eeiiainK of
could not raconcile himself to plot construction, characterlzo- the powei of great tragic ltlera-
poverty. Jo fnilure. Struggle tlon, imperfectly organized detail lure,
might be futile, but he could not did not prevev' II,.- success of the For many years Dreiser had re-
nccepl the prospect of f-iilure noi garded mon only as u aocio- tin- Bel .....> will
Dreiser had no answer when he The whole .onstmrtlon and biological fact to be explained b)
Am Sister Carrie" (WOOi M-eigM of Cnwoerw.-vl-v slnrv the laws Of pnMcal MUlT '';*"",...,'
*- -isual with Dreiser, the hook revealed Ihe an Lb, 'Vl1-..... "''......
u,ii, hifted hi point of view
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Harry Ferguson Ltd., Detroit and England
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BARBAi)os_^ij\mu(^Tt Britain's China Policy ,he Grfa!Lmair ]Sm 1

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TMMiajr, Ih-irmlirr IS. 1951
CHRISTMAS
..vo IxKume so Lrcustomed to I
mai us a secular feast, a tin.'
nig and receiving that we arc in great dan-

to explain
IM is all about, or tn
maj is a time fur giving. But all of us
who are reminded of its meaning will at
I ought never to have
forgotten. Because there never has been
: trcr will l>e so long as men live on
earth mk'i i unique event as hap!"
the firs! Christmas.
On that day Christians believe that
Almighty God became man, having been
born to a wrnan in Palestine, who had
joyfully .. tpfc I Oodt intention pro-
claimed by the angel < labnel when lie Bald
'Hail thou who . t lull nf grace; the Lord
i~ with Thee: blessed art thou among
women "
rars ha\e passed since the
reefed the blessed Mother of God:
so many years have passed since God Him-
ane man and was born in a manger
in Bethlehem: and with every year .since
the crucifixion of the Holy Child when
grown to man'.-, maturity. Christmas has
been remembered. Today the Christian
world shows no sign of forgetting Dm birth-
day of Almighty God. But (he world itself,
.the world which is not Christian, which is
not even godfearing, that world has
reached new heights of enmity against
Christ and against God.
Even Christians themselves have become
tepid in their attachments. They honour
God and they worship Him with private
and public prayers but they too have be-
come infected with the materialism of an
age which looks to man for salvation rather
than to God. Even the word salvation pre-
viously used to denote the safety of souls
in H(,\.V' d is now used freely to denote
1 > .i\ < us OB earth, and the leaders ol nBlsriOB
I liemselves have chosen fragments of Chris-
tiaruty and rejected others. The world,
Christian and non-Christian alike, has
grown weary of waiting. People want their
heaven on Earth and the faith of Christian!
i corre*|>ondingIy weakened by the
beliefs of an age that does not want God.
They blame Christianity for failure to pro-
mote peace and to prevent wars: they have
up hope in Christ and His teaching.
And they have sought to remedy the world
unaided. The woeful consequences of their
actions are there for all to see. The most
enlightened men have been trying ever
foes the French Revolution to produce a
world in which the brotherhood of man,
liberty, fraternity and equality would re-
place the struggle for life and the suffer-
ings to which man is heir.
Then ctlorts havi tesulted in ghastly
holocausts, wars, murdei and hatred, wbkh
despite all the civilised trappings that cloak
them, are the normal ways of life in the
twentieth century. And still men blame
Christianity (or their own failings. They
a because it reminds them thut
they are tainted with Original sin, and that
only when they have been born again with
iacc can they hope to fulfil the will
of God.
These are thoughts that ought to be our
foou on Christmas Da> We era nroatmci
and OUT rapacities to plan our lives or order
our affairs are limited and restricted by
powers beyond our control. And even if
God has not granted us the most precious
of all the gifts we receive this Ci
Day, the gift of faith, yet God has given Itf,
the um oi nature to guide us on out search
through life And in the West lndn tin
year hurricanes and storms, floods and
as have been reminding us unceas-
ingly that there are things over whuh we
have no control, that despite our talents,
our abilities, OUT Qod*glVSB) IJOBlnil to alle-
unan miseries and suffering wean
powejrle insure againal the might}
ol nature and helpless to, against
ies and bomhs ol enemy nations.
We are living In an age of which
unable to know more
than a mattering of events whuh dally
shake the world we in the West Indus are
isolated by water from our nearest neigh-
bours: we kno\i the great world
outside: but despite oui littleness we share
with every created human soul '
anil pn< i
M God became mar in Beth-
lehem thai i It Day
' not surprising that giving and re-
Ls the true t| ;i it >f "'
when we remember
mas Day was*about.
What 4 hiirrliill Will Toll T
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will all I,.
laanda. And
BUB will rough out ,i
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The r*r East though, with the
( Ked agression to UM
Krnpiu- life-lines, will romf hign
And. sitting in an arm chair In
t'huuhill
-ai laU America* lead.'
Bt thai Brttasa will b
alongside the U.S in bat
'.'" policy towards MM
China1* Coaununl I
leader, a* long us China's troop"
fight in Korea.
For Churchill. ..
leader and Britain's No. I rsalut
that neither Britain not
Vm afford to dtf -
agree over major world policies.
In the rush and bustle of Oat
concrete and chromium
phere of America's capital he may
McisM MaSptt
cause Um tJibWUT Go*
roapanssed lu-d china
in 1950.
He will il, though,
CWtOOU
rasa win beta u, .
irhHb bat radu
:< vni I inn.! u, a trickle
of peace lime good*, and
cd her from establishing ptoch
pUss of strategic raw I
n as lighting continual,
llntain will help bar China from
UNO.
Wilh Um BlItlBh lYemier will bi
i .'.'.!.!. Bridal] -
travelled Foreign Secretary, t--
gether with Urd Ismay. Com-
monwealth Relations Si-, r,:.,
the l-rcnuer's wartime channel to
IBS OflbtlOl forces. They will re-
i Unbji with AnMrtca'i
poflllcal nsdars, iotn m formal
and informal mrrt.ng-.
And It is likely that when Um
conftnaCBI are over, Mr. chuich-
ill, will urge that further efforts
be made to bring together the
world's leaders to achieve a BllUe
rl only if Stalin and the
communist chiefs show goodwill
for such a meeting.
'Iks. it is likely that Mr
Churchill will run ovn
recent relations with China.
They have passed through three
ii the last two years.
1. Jan. 1950June 1050.
This phase was opened by
111 Main's recognition H
i OmmuiltBl Government. And.
.aid Britain's Labour chiefs at the
lime, recognition did no: mean
thai they either approved or dis-
approved the Red regime. It wa,
i fin re recognition of the fact tinat
the Communists went in power in
China. As such, Hri.ain support-
Mi the Soviet's Bloc's claim for
the inclusion of Communist Chl.ia
in UM t'nllad Nations and clash-
ed over that U-sue with the U.S.
2. JuneDeCi 1950.
Ilstl was marked by the out-
break of ihe Korean war, which
ranged Brttatn and Red China In
!:!<>. and led lo Britain
dropping her support lo Com-
I lUni '<>r China's U.N.
.iiriiis' ion
3 Dec.. 1950. to date.
This was marked by the ag-
gression of Chinese forces against
U.N. troops in Korea, which causr i
Britain lo vote against ChtaaVa
I :-i.r- son
WairgrthslaiB, Mao Tse-Timc
it, has cold-shouldered
Ii it..111. He has refused lo send a
Uc representative \<> UM
BI I.,files He has snubb-
d the good-will efforts of Mr
Lamb, Brittan Charge-
D'AfTalres who ardved in I'.Ki .
II lha SpiniK of 1950 lo reopi-n
n. \ m 1.11 \s ruvi -
Id Mao. tn
effect. I recognie
1
1 lers Um
aaaa, pasaai ...
Britain's tii frMnfl
I h.-k. ins
NationalL l enemy in ih* post-war
'tghting ir I
He renmnbers too that the
Britlih in Hong Kong, back in
I9, refused to hand over air-
.11 Of two Chines.- Civil Avia-
tion Corporations who
heir allegiance fro-fl ChuuiL- Kai
ninself.
T.Klay, the imp
is felt by H. isuj In lh
rai iseJ
tarty Americans. Brltisn,
Canadians and Australiaiks a*
well as a number of others lie un-
dnr arrest. In moat casrv -
charges have been made by Mao 1
polios, no trial has been I
are the prisoners allowed access lo

dries Their Ess I
.ne forbidden to hi
missionaries, are suffering the
/ne treatment
Where charges have been
.-ame as that familiar in Soviet
I'll- M
1 ClI ,1)11-
-pitacy against the stale, orson,
tnurder, halting, all au
. .
proSSCUtSr lhat Western 1
lallad to irasp how the arntstvfl
11 en could |ossibly have i-ommitte.l
crimes of such magnitude ar>ci
escape.
Further. Western nationals.
iioin,'.,iiiy psrmlttad to trade, meet
unending diffli-ulties.
H sT.V
III* li^lils lt\o t 1^.11 til.-, .
I'.issi n |* ,|l| HUM 11 lairl
Ih.
REMEMBER theprie t in Uv IngrldBerg-
in fllm "Stromboli"? He was noted for one
^n... whrn BcrKmn lr,^ lo tempt h,m
I----an/1 failiwl
And to Mao. 1
lileV tab
are only two all. .
a situation Mao h*s BBsd l
u> kill Um Usjm a
hardship:
eail.. S.^1 of a .-mall fam
1: v e whispers endearments to a wenun
always unseen.
inds oV lonely American women
ntU, lm,..lv,s w,ll. th.. r,-c,pi-nt f tlu-
dead bods eyed words and keep themselves awake
"' wai-t ui Ul M n p.m., they can tune in to hH pro-
. became used to tin r J r
I
S A HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
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TO ALL
and failed.
Well, the man who ployed thai part. RonSO
I i'esana, has become a Ihk Hollywood success
I'V show as The Great (Atom Age)
They call him "The Continental.'' and his
1 1.: 1 u 1 0 M caanl 'i Ih-
j'i R "
' a* '
. used ..
dghts famine and plague. 11 mine.
^rew up he Mai **? ^^ et 'r the,r lrubl' lhef
1 hHor uirls and spinsters tremulously
1 ', waitin;; his appearance?
crystallised when b.r two you .... _
itbtai ibi be lettinsj is a softly lit luxury flat. An
il Universiiys i i laying dreamy, heart-warming bal-
the rebirth of China's pOVtrt mC 0T "Cocktails for TWO."
stricken mill .... I(,tw .... ......
\t founda- And there, in a beautifully cut dinner
ikti, or a dressing gown is Cesana. u flower
his lapel, speaking words of love to a beau-
:ul visitorbeautiful, but always so near
re TV camera that she cannot be seen. . .
He will light two cigarettesand hand one
il He will pour out two glasses of
Vinehe calls it in his Italian-American
Dcent "sham-pine-ner"and one goes out of
ic picture.
He reads poemsalways of love .... He
lects a letter from among the hundreds he
.'ts each week from lonely women, reads it,
il answers it.
ini.
The sights of death si
gain bscams par' <>f hli Ufa fig the pitiless Cinl War which
'Tagged on BBtWBBn 1*27 IfH
IVIt, when prisonci
killed outright, set to work u<
M ordered to nghl then
previous comrades.
Today Mao ha> no -cmplc:
about killing or seeinK China'
soldiers killed. His one concerr
is the assured establishment ol
t'oimr.Linism. The null.
have perished in China's wars.
Hoods and famines haw giver
him an abstract indifference tr
taath,
Advocate Stationery
To our many
friends and patrons
SEASONAL GREETINGS
&
BEST WISHES
FOR 1952
C. S. PITCHER & Co.
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Agents are held responsible for
their firm's commercial poUtUH
Employers cannot dismiss Chinese
workers even when local Chines,
authorities withhold materials
needed to keep them employad
OUmi Ibralgnari seeking to close
then DUSUMSBM and .
SWall exit permits
Mr. Churchill and President
Truman, may seek also lo puzzle
oul the Orient's enigma wtaaUMr
Mao will emerge as a great nation-
al leader, or whether he will re-
main a disciple of inti 11
Con 11 nun 1 sin.
S.. t.N. Mao has proved hlnssstl
an increasingly orthodox Marxist.
His faith is the Marsist-Leninlst
ersod, srlu) Its dttsi .....viction in
its own Tightness, Its condemnation
of other pollUcal beUefs.
To Mao. ruler of 3.OOO.0OH
-! mllBi in 1 oval ir.o.ooo.imu
people Ihe world is sharplv mvi.i-
He has been only once outsid.
China and that va* (
visit to Moscow.
He has shown, though, thai
when it suits him, he can break
with Moscow. He did ~o 13
>ears ago when he refused to fal-
low the line the Kremlin ordered
the Communist', to follow in
China. The rif lasted till th.
post-war era. Then, when tlu
world divided in Communist and
anti-Communist biocs, he sought
Slalm's -nppori for arms and
..t.. uua
Ha BBS neither rcspst
fear of Chiang Kai Chek. and his
2b American-BQuiptK-d division.
entrenched on the 14.000 square
mils island of Tormosa.
Ha knows lhat ronao 1
tected by ihe U.S Nat
Arrierui,^ defemv \v-,tem. but i-
unlikelv over to be used as a
prlaajboard for ait tefc on China's
nsainlaiiii. lot) miles across the
Btralb IVir an on-
slaught ,.|v OSUBB
Stalin tO march Soviet divisions
to Mao's aid. ar* Marl World War
III And meantime Chiang's ar-
my nesfving no n-placements. Is
a slowly Brastlag
Chiang Kai Chek hlmssU, taci-
turn and uncompromising, relig-
ious, austere and a fearless soldier
proved himself nevertheless In-
capable of dealing with I .
lems of a vast impoverished but
awakening people.
Up lo the moment when he fled
the mainland In l, Chiang chose
his advisers and minister- Um
diehards and taaeUoaartsi II.
weep aside the corrup-
tion, suppression and exploitation
or hi* own odminiitratlf>n. and hi:
armies crumbled.
And though they arc bittci op-
("innts or Mao's Communism
Mr. Churchill and President Ti u
man iMve lilt),
< hiangK.i Chek l
or of china.
He'll talk about women. When I see an
chanting woman across a crowded room I
k for an introduction .... My host escorts
rra . . 1 bow low ... I hear her name . .
.' .tit for her voice ....
"Ah. the voiceit is all important. In
America a beautiful woman loses so much
1 ve BO much attention on account of her
Be Always it is too loud.
"How can a man talk sweet nothings to a
"''man when he has to shout? You talk too
loud, my darlings. It is the words, the way
!iey are spoken, that matter, not the volume
hind the words."
VHI CURLS UP .. .
Another letter. "This is from a bachelor
[in who says that she curls up after a lonely
ui.' she says. You put me to sleep.'"
Answer The Continental: "I never thought
myaeU as a dope." .
Tlu-n he'll sign off. He'll quote: "To deport
* lo die a little." and add: "In leaving you I
00 die a little."
But the firm of nylon makers which gets
he advertising plug doesn't pay for an ac-
-s take tlu' part of that unseen lady.
Always the glass of sham-pine-ner, the
hrtatious cigarette is taken from The Con-
Inentai'l hand ... by the TV cameraman.
-III.
It lay C linstmas and
the I lew year briny
t^s to uou ana yours a fall |W
0/ happiness.
PAPERS PRAISE FOR
CARIBBEAN COMMISSION
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STERWES HEEI* I ill 1 n
The Working Man's I niversil>
Miami's largeM mclu
l' 11 I manufactu
1 BOjOynia rmi...
growth) has caused the enlarge-
BMfM at the Slate's only voca-
(Bj -ii;- MAUDE C. HOOIIM
POpulBrti known as ihe m -
lug man-- ii!Ln.[..i>.- Llndsey
Vocational Technical
Siluoi iii Miami m the south-
1 l. in State of Honda is one
Of the most unusual schools in
- 1 StBteg With an en-
raUmanl of some 23.OOO student.*.
'.-Inch out thfl ingest pub-
I in the State of Florida
and one of the largest in tin- BB-
Uon, UM I-indsey Hopkins School
nciilly located in relation
to \I1.11111S central buslncas dis-
nul and also to its populous
residential d
rowsrlai 17 slorics above the
street and lopped by two pent-
> building contains over
even BCrai of floor space, all of
which |g m use as shops, class-
'1 alive oftlccs. anil
ial areas. The w*sl
pcnlhouse is occupied by the only
i.nlca*ting station owned
an.l operated by a Florida school
board. The east penthouse occu-
BtM 11 "ic US Weather Bureau
is the only non-school area in the
Bopklaa edifice.
With an enrollment of ionic
:3.0O0 student-. f.>i th. KtC
real July I, 1949, to June 30
..... I tndiB) M"iikni roqutrB
I .ics of a faculty of 217
men snd women and an adminis-
h.tiiM- and supervisory staff uf
18. The school employs 13 build-
ing maintenance men, 24 custo-
dians, and 10 elevator npSratOCSi
This is a very drffci. 1
tWB from the ont whn t
in the autumn of 1937- when the
training programme
ui DSHM County, where Miami is
*rai comprised chtsflj of
a few vocational BOnSBBSakUlg
classes scattered among schools
1 luhs In the com-
II agricultural pro-
grammes in three high schools,
brads shops (attended by
mitgrown junior
hi*h (Mcondary) school building.
In 1950 UM l.m.iscy Hopkins
lit** r..ursos to
1.180 high school boys and girls
and 869 courses to adults of vary-
Dunng the 13 years between
the opening of the Miami techni-
cal programme in a little iwo-
rtOT) building ami (he present
lime, apprentice li.nning pro-
grammes, evening
courses. general continuation
courses, veterans training pro-
grammes, evening high (second-
ary) school classes, an
adult education divisions have
been added to the vocational
training opportunities in Dade
A-hile the homcmaking
dtpannMnt has been greatly aug-
meatad, and an outstanding hotel
training programme has been de-
The school has Kg own publish-
ing plant, staffed by students. In
which are issued a school news-
paper, bull ; publica-
tions, ami projects such as the
iibook.
Tig Ihe thirteenth, four-
teenth and fifteenth floors of tho
Undsey Hopkins building 1* the
rnplBMd l OB room hoM,
headquarters nf Um Miami Hotel
TrainlBfl Sohooi la aittoh 1 raar-
round training programme for
rnploysa
was vtrted in July 1950
HoUBBd under the same root II
esUUishod In 1 Florida school.
SBgO school Is completrlv
equipped for tr.uinnK Imth men
and women in even bl
UMrany COVSrad bv the Florida
id of Massage liconse
requirements.
Unique In public school offer-
ings is the Uvhn;.
aryj school programme of train-
ing for dental assistants, whuh is
operated in connection with tho
Dade County Dental Research
CUak A .ieni.il technicians'
is added in 1950.
PUUng to capacity the 14 cla*s-
raOBM Of the eleventh floor l> the
business training department, in
Operation from S.SO in the morn-
ing until 10.00 in the
Scores of boys and girls, men and
women, are enrolling in Ihe voca-
'sk>1 burineas depart-
ments, day and evening, to pre-
1 are thBB ploynicnt
in office positions in IB
munity.
MANCHESTEH.
In a leading article praising the work ul
he Caribbean Commission, the Manchester
uardiun says :
"If bistury had been subject to 'planning,'
to one in his senses would have planned
itlitr the political or the economic develop-
ment of that part of the world loosely
ermed the West Indies. Its very name i;
Q confusion; it includes island and mainland
aependencies of Great Britain, France, Hoi
land and the United States, lumped togethei
with the independent territories of Cuba
Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
"But history (perhaps happily) could nol
be planned, and many Governments now
share the responsibility of seeing what can
trade school, classes are conduct- be done to make the Caribbean world a
ed in electrical construction,
radio communication,^ broadcast-
ma technique- mechanical refrig-
eration, and air-conditioning.
MOtal trades instructors trach
automotive mn nanics
PS5U"<^ESSS *:!: ;">"""" '< W" I" the sett.n,. up ofa
Caribbean Commission to study the areas
problems and to suggest solutions.
"The Commission has obvious limitations
It does not represent the independent Carib-
bean republics and, as Professor Simey i.:r-
pointcd out, it is handicapped by lack of
political and executive authority to gel
things done.
"Nevertheless the Commission's researches
tional training programn .
parel manufacture and design
and of the two-year-old mor-
'I >: ivertismg shop
winch is eloaaly iclatrd. floth of
UMM shops now occupy quarter*
eventh floor, which were
rsfnOdBBKl for their speclllc uur-
poaa ial r> 'i
Sludents ol aircraft trades arc
instructed In the Intricacies of
aircraft engines, mechanics, and
inslruments. In the electrical
il
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AVAILABLE FROM STOCK
;,..... healthier and happier place for its inhabi-
tants. Anglo-American military partnership
during the war was extended after the
war by invitations to the Frencii and Dutc
ornamental iron
metal work. Duildinr
.induction, cabinet making, and
mill work are taught fe ,(,,.
schools building trades depart-
ment in the graphic arts de-
partment, commercial ait. lUny
BBdl display, drafting. phOtBBra-
pny, pnnhng. merchandising and
adVBl kllna arc offered.
The vocaliortat division has Pt.
Us objective: to satisfy the necls
srapBayoa and btbq
nve empk>yS> for iratn- d suggestions for West Indian develop-
'***rsSl&Si"""'. h'-e ,rMdy b" uw,ul nd wm
on the job. and to receive satis- <"ertainly become more so. An American
/!!! f'wmi,hc i** ,hr?"h ft- professor of historv. Mr Bernard L. poole.
creased skills and 'groBlti self- (i. ,.._.___utl v j ., '_,
1 Bdnu 1
To meet this objeclivc. the vo-
cattonal school makes every
effort to provide courses of train-
ing at a time of day which seems
most feasible in each case. 11
seeksand enjoysUM co-oper-
ation of the community U 1
both advisory committees and
has just published a sympathetic study nf
its work, which he sees as *a practice
demonstration of international co-operation
on a regional basis'
"The difficulties of moving forward from
m-operation in ideas to partnership in carry-
.. f ing them out arc great, hut a start has to
'throughout theibe n,nde wiTh tru> i reaslngly [prodding, and an idea-producing body can

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BABBAOOS ADVOCATE
PAGI SEVEN
***-*. **V = aaS> . TiGv&te
".e*".-** 'rl a- *, a*r*>,| .,... ^ ^ ,*, fee*** ***v+Vmt tr ^. ^as-**. ^| ^^ -.as^-Haex
^^^ca^,^^
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Schoolboy INQUIRY N W.I. Very Interested
Win* Turkey ADJOURNED ,n B.B.C. Programmes
Sap* Mae Alpine
\inas Musif
For The Blind
Traffic Blocked On
\ irtoriu Itriil^t'
From Pag* i
>M!h a Dunlop Maxplay ten.
'- o> if il would bum
row furniture: ttonson Table
laghter.
I .mmate obiects
take n the room with
' Plastic Dolls- H.u
Furniture
I

i'h
I.,
iquiry

[Bi
Hill. SI
: \v
and era* adjourned until i>

t the!
hich she was -lecping on Dicen
Hr* nee coming to the W<
lerew ! the
.....' the BBC | a icg
Upii e ittUm Control i
' that tells more '>r 22 jbou' I
n
:>..
.. ',h*" 'I* !lmo a watch. inquiry starto" yrsterday Dt.'a!"s.
35Joint Partners T R, Evans Ce*0 -vr *i m-rtem i ,
and Whltfir He smd th-i i.
J*1 '"' Uma Mr Diamonds but: ** naorVoi in Decembei 23 ,'
urrlnni tot Hardware I bar Public Mi rtuary and foi :
37A primitive livestock mana- that all the limbs of the deceased
I ive Shepherd were burnt In hi
ss rou imorit be one too: a was due t- axtcnetva but
aaL.lL., ""wteM "" '* """v ' A. B. C.lo ,d
'' .*>"' Uwl Ihc iM>M w.. Hi. dauxh-
.o Should u- proud with this uid
on vou. hoiue: Pwcocks ton'. Hill tan s ,,
?l-Koinbh. ravouruc: Um. S ,
*--***| -*..PP-.ta
About 8 p.m. I
1'" '' ' V.. ,
in Road. Brit lei's Hill, was destrier '
by An
Phylln Taut, .i M-yeer-oldj do-
Biesllc servant of Villa Koo.
!..-
mi* *....... *hat at bout 7.30 p.m. ori '.
hiv ......A4 bMihtfuildoutorni
and rescued two of the |
children from the burnli
The other child a female or.<*
i ..
N
Home si to Um Lumbei berths li
: a
i roaslnr
to Bay
I (!. mi., had to
-.- ,mKi-l .il" V- ..... .......... r food am) mono* "
''< ii Services and the South African '
.- ...
i'Iiii.-imi.i. | the bill, i

\h r r:
M An,,'
passed
ouib in 'lion berU
need I closed
.i .

Una !
" '* \ i .....
II W I A

i

lotel
Before going to St. Km*, ha
islled Jamaica whi
Hucksters
kIU>sieged' By
Housewives
1
i

the trail
mooohl}
Animated Opinions
t'hn.itn
I ...
ffj
renew placM wlth ]|ght QWCn mt"
Hi Ml H... overcast kv hut sror^ !/^, t" ware >'" Hl-treated l
-nr\'n tiieTt a n ." ""
43Something i>ilicr than
in the bonnet: valve
1 -'.id
SEA WELL
taaiVALft m
iii Tfiimiig
' I......
apttate.
atrLasd.
Tiwmaiiiu H nnsw

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veryb-u- {.., StofflJgS
Mini radio bles and provisiona and othe, ;.,-
d
i i rent hour*, tin- .
ware all activity, and it wax no!
Scenic Krautv ,mul lona ">t >he attan
Mr. MacAlpine ssid that he W '."' was ** "^ng up
tv f th- Mluation
-..dei.ti.il *2Z* '" bualneaa
tba Mlil (,! iilld lnw i>"usch ..i,- ojpanad tban
5imi that
ran unl
.. .
Speighutown Crowded
With Leeward Shoppers
th(.
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ii..
Man* M.iii.r/. HoUittto ^'f1'
mm Cunci Mana a Mu.ui. **
L.UU Sals*, Bianca Salaa, VKW UM
an. Garda Kiabmait. on.nda nirbfKan.
rmnk Hamn.m.
t'rvaa TilnMaS
D Pin..... k

Haddwk. E HVT.i<.rid.
Kiil-rrl.. A Held. I MuuhrD D Mi*..
h'b Trin.inaiiaiii. n Lake. C LaKa
K Ward. J BtMSdar, V MilWr, I
Mr Inlyir. H Mc ON HAII RHAV
rraai m..ih,
. ....
i: Mann ". 11
Wnm in-i.<
T OlMfUaM I Ii. .v
Iwlih A hii-li.il W
i iiw, I Witii*t., K
J Wilhrt.. K Wllh,rv W Gullop, M
Ochoa. r G..in*i, TO
AlU-yn.. J Allr>i J AIM>rnc. C
-. . M A, I .|,.,|,)
B Arrhibald A Anlhluid
Ii.- V.i..l.
iVul Kiiuiiwn. Theudore Kibbv. Heteri
Asuttliia tkrrurco, Willlai
liana Halman.. 1
June.. Ma>inrM> tare. C
MauiHio Larrf. Ilcll> C I
riltlflUin. tpence. DaN Maalaa. 1'inn riedi
Ktlr ImhtiHii. Ilrla-n KmbrrMMi.
I
DAXRYMPLE-BRICE ^ - \S$T *""* "m'*u""
a mm but pr. i. by <.b-
una u.Mr M.tk " -ien,MM u, Bathal Moth! ,... ^ ,, vr v ,aV/J: TLU wrvant *hnni*ra ,nt" th" 'l"ls
i campb.il. Em. odt Chuirh on Thursday lw ^T. ll l'l'';.*-.nt. Th.- stand *......I place to m..k. (UN
CampL-n R,.ido wrie(| Mr Arthur Dalrvmulv >l fKtlni transportation to their
U-S m=i. ..... .:_.Sir:_n'^u _." m n betpful homai unUai oi count, thev had
i the very much ti. -< ti to hard-
I i-lnon. K iu.-I. no a Chrittn-., i I
Mi. MacAlp na Hid that he is What they did for the moat part.
lsted In 0 .!...
hoping away from the stand even UioiiKh
... ji Eng- tin->- had to pay the art i Ian
id ho had aanfad on the Coun.-u Wl,h a eel .in organ- cdl>' waited for another tlfteen
UM I.mted Kingdom minutes or thereai
" ]" arva Oaaralan 'bUh Pull,?a ,,u\ l" ,lu' oirecuon "f
lb Ml Angus ,l-
,,...,, I Mb m the
Allan Kellman of Chimboruto, 5 k,.,t ,,., tho-tudv
. Joatph, was taken to the Gen- ^riodC l,0clur* of "
MtUAIpinr Ii
1)...!' :
Hall was united In ntani- a,,d
.'ge to Miss Elaine Rrtce
Iieacnns Road. TIm- bride was
given In marriage by her brothoi
Mr. Kanntth Briot
duties of bestman were perft.rmed ,' "! '"
by Mr Sydney OHtana. !?_?? " < It fThUa
The ceremony was performed
b> the Rev Bernard Crcby.
: ,i
LORRY RUNS OVER
PASSENGER
eph, was taken to the Gen
Hospital on Sunday night
after he was run over by the lorrv
U-209 about 9 30 p.m at the per- '
I' wat conwdersilil
less time wanted than having la
wait In the aland, for atMom K
at all. did a 'bus enter the stand
without ah. it.s full
complement for the return jour-;
vi's BarfaaoM ney.
tba mofifja
nil ahouM i
might no. ,.
matenauM vary sou-
I tp ii pp ni ,,
plunanii of Us* i iii .
I am pataied to see that so nmns
.
I have ihow q .. m
ing towards the ''
thi

by th* so
t<> the blind.
gjlva iti' taking
plement.
Si
i\
her of Lavnc and Ml Will
York r-rf^i
Kellman wu I passtnger on the '
1 Try T-78 with yhicfa tin- loiTJ
'eST'S'w 0-M came "do collision
lat.r, O-209 was baUii drtven by Hugh
Uuahatk Cadogan of Green Hill. Si abcbaal
' T-78 IS the pi..(-er!> i.f (
of Vetohrnan Half, st. Th;... ,.
um and was bal&g dj
Ttrrfu-id. Jemmott of Si.gai Hill. St Joseph
. i satl - Iiliot Oral- UVM \ Mil I )
ariek i^- Oratwiaft, M.n*de. Plan- r\cmrtr"L'C.L/
Au.edo Mr. C. L Wahvvn, Acting Pollca
S<.,Ioi^, MaHVaSrfo EHe"**!!!.'1 Magistrate ol ll.sliul .* i.-
laaU. iRm auuSaTwaaia* E.lC manded 33-year-old R;. le Hold.. Uag
WaaUaj Hautm of Chase Land. SI Mlcbael, until
***** December 31 when he
Ma^^x'-r. M-'JiSM;::;;. is. F^in,n'"","'
Damn Ban n m >tomi. ing money to the ,n i
bum !* ni- 1)3 6 h by fain pretano
campbtu. Alrl/ Abraham on December 3.
Inspector Bourn* is proaacuUni * n'Mulimg
ha m Aip.-i* on behalf of the PellM h Idei
was not represented by counsii
Parkei. Anara yesterday.
B W i \ for Trlnl-
hleh he
t rrturnuii! to Ixindon
Monllis For
9toaslh|f| I t.ink lioilk
Uccision
Confirmed

JUsticeg 11. A. Vaugh.ui
A. J il Hap ream
-i! Mi. H. A.
Il iik.nth.- unpris- Talma. Pol og "'
labour was ,,K. \ cUnj Petty 1X-U
l- A "win. im-
i i:' St. Michael. b> ,llfM,,i ^ fm* M L2 Rod I
Olifbth. Acting Pottei to bo paid in H day! ->i 0B
monUi'i iiiipiisoiinn i '
-n ii
ihW M Kill.
BaVanour Wditai..
ir.a. Qraaala
VI all. II
Ir.M HI la.la

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i nit Sav- year wood Of the Ptni
n i Bank Book rrorn Clarance fkbttana, st Michael. t, assault*
mbet 16 King wan Lni i
' '
nil January 1 on a charge September 25. Their Honour*
m. rewired Y ,
costs amounting lo 7 I'
said that on- Septcmi .t .'.'. wbili
he i ; k rt|
f.ndantcamo into )
.....ngnm of Park Road. Bud on PHtta TJ" 1^.'",n ln' '
Hall. St. Mlehart with wounding 'he Hoi Tht i Uef J i "- .n_ ...
\i in *nl Barrow m her forehead nounc< q the pull of s ',',,, ,,m' * "
"an ire k Sand e on Ik- A M H
eember 15 A I K
Yeste(V> Ml O B. OriBnl Mr W W Rcece K< Man but sale
Acting I'oltre Magistrate of I>i- ' "'' Blent to h
tri.t "A" retr.jnded Carnn^.m UK tell her not to I -
DECREE NISI
The Polic
chare) I Marl
til January 3. 1952

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GREETINGS
We wiah you a season
rich In toy. brimminn;
with good ch**r. In ahorl
Marry Chrtabnas.
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"YOU CAN UK-LION IT
BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT!"
Toffee
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The Peiiection ol Confection
VALTCRS' 'PAIM lOFfEI 11D HIH WftMl
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a (rah si ii|illienl of
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or Ptopcrts Shuwhite. No \t
surer way ol making sure I
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BAUADOfi ADVOCATE
il F-SDAY, III (KMBF.lt 25. 1*51
^nr Deala**1 duwtmu centsf-
I piece contained two rnft.
one an Inch loogpar than the olher
Mr. la*k*e HI the loo*" at
*:*0 and the Other si 8:00. At
g SO tlwv war* both u-..- same
Issssrtfa. Th* fti>t buraad out at
10:30and Um second at 10 o'clock
How kwig; wars the candles be-
fore aha it thsaa?
*oa tan wa*i '-
n nna mi ii ui >M* , ,.|1IIU ll <>
Tnisters To a T"
T'HKBM fired Hakan (rted **
1 tt free-foode to fin fab*.
Tin* Terns** Twkrr lea'/u/I CM tir*flr * re reac* fsea
fro-it f/ JcrriNe frol* to '" MM
f-iuiri fsrtre
CHRISTMAS QUIZ-CROSSWORD
..'. i
,:., J
*y Cuoen* Shcffer
HORIZONTAL
1Book of the New Testament
7What wUdcnwss through
which tha Israelites Journeyed
la* between Sam tM Sinai?
Tak in
10Solemn affirmation or the
truth of onr'i werds.
* What thai** hot much of
after Xrnns dinner
iS-lmpkmanl lot dUjgtna "*
la-uiiajatn eeageL
17Nt -utar. pressou i
5iDB*aiir:f:w^;'JiTi*%'<'
Hui: I'r KEITH
B-UBi--.HKCK(--:
*anBR'5P)BDB!fe!irri
H!5Bnnp;rtiaKHFiriap
aERKsHEiiFrsnnir *"*'
>.>'.K*,ru:i ^r r.Ti^nu
n^nriai Kir iCKiinKC
cBtiHDHitiin rrtti.i
35-"He ahall ba great. and shall
be called the------of In* Hull.
eat" il.uk* 1:32)
SSweoe nex
30 To dUh out tha Christmas
M-fkrother of Sh#be II Chr 1 >
11-Blast. ,
la-What servant of King Saul
killed priests by hia com-
mand? <1 Sam. 22:181
39The human race.
41-Narrow inlets.
43Entreat
ft globes
*Vrlucle operators.
50Land-measure. .
II greens ar* Xmas iym-
53What high priest said to Han-
nah. "Go in Dcac*"'T u Sam
1:17*
54DUh-Ilk* metal Instrument
sounded oy beating
SB What mount waa to be ..ursed
by ihe Israelite* *h.i ln*r
reai did Ihe land over Jordan'
5* -Tii rait
62 5*i < T-r
64 Euch*n*i win* venseU
n ****
71--A" !.*.
ri ... | -i.. 0U M n
76- Steal from
ts-Pronouu list's pert of -Men)
19- Umfirj^aailsunt.
SO-Petition
81BlBftCSH
B3W.vxly plant twigs
M9->hap*d worn.
ev-Whtt Ammonite encamped
gainst Jata-sh-glhjajd was
asked by the men of Jabaan
forVcovenani* vcrncM.
i -r.irr. |
ZGroup of eight
3Mountain cabbr i
aVutfdwra*Mh* ArK
e~Scofl.
? -Place of refuge
Bom bye id moths
47-T
i iilac* in the t .
did Ihe taUdr** of Israel leave
to go to SueeolhT iNum 33 5>
35 Places of Uilerment.
8JTLoiUt
9-At-'
al-7rnm whsri ptaM I
.t.| BSMsSI
of BfACT asking per-nlSFto
pas* -'ih hi ee_r
.-:-K
Sv
*-Ua.
7U- l:.,;:
71Equivalence.
73Clt- n Bragll.
.os. Srooge may
hav* usmsL
I'J Svinhnl far samarlusn
10Dec 15 is In* day gifts ar*
M-L'ppcr limb.
12-pi-dal digit.
l| -['.--. !
20Ooddess of dawn
2C.uided
34Bronte money.
27-Enlttlc
2"He whistled and rhouted and
called them by -------"
31Long, loose outer garment
32Change dir>x1lon
3H Incites
35 Nostril
37-Unusual
4u--S'age in glacier Ice formation
fabric
w /X~-~\ 1 V
n tit m
rr % > -
SI .. wx .- * ^^^
% 'A 5 n S3
P" A H n ^
%'/////, II 7 %
44 Ab 4. W 'S 4
m > 1 % 5- m''/<
pi a m i; n *>i
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W////A H y.-- i u n ^'
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w w '.._
V* |
ACID INDIGESTION?
/"* HEADACHf, foo7
. Chatk bolh al once
> Here's what to do!
Alk*eitMf quickly chscka Xtd
btdagsMtson and headache caused
a>y uiib*Uinc*d *atuujr, ovMiaotk
or worry. Analgaur mm! ..
log ingr*d*ni srork two waya
_ for *sj*rtlv. t*lis4 Hav*
taf aaiassslywiwJy-^w*^
IB AlkaSeltzer
Glands Made Young
-Vigour Renewed
Without Operation
U you leel old Mfere you'Um* "r etiger
*iaai ssjia aeaia and sayeseai """",,_
^Tastaa*. fcut !..* j-i "-" -
feVs tarasoaeater hnasm to aclenea. it
brain D-
MvaaMvfltana(i> 'Ol555lV^SMi0SMI4SMli : r?str*ias Quiz Crossword
With Bible Definitions
jo -One who seimi a quarrel.
"row
.elrh.
ig holes.
did Paler cura
of the palsy?
d-
By Cupane Stofftt
HORIZONTAL
i Who wga Jochebedf fathci?
5Precept
3In what Galileean city did
Jwsus turn the water Into wine?
13Goddess of harvest
13-Mother of John the Baptist
18Profiled
10Sole- . proi
liSummer tFr.i
inNot* In (he scale.
?|-Beak.
rung mrxaturs)
M-What I- the l. Iflh mcinlh of
ihe Jewish eearf ittlL3:7l
:i . i i ;.
'.'- Hip-
M In what place
?9Where there wai no room for
alary,
3l-<;roek idler
h. crmman.l
fne.i.
-clbis
37- Turn to Ihe Itft. In d I
48Qivah lattai
*i -Koie.iaUid
rt
<-,-What king of .1
d in a sepulchre he had
1 lor himself In tlu; citv
..( Pavid* 'IChr 1B1|>
. ..klsh decree
men
sttvss
' ,i
S3F.i. n
37- Rj.-.--i Indsptnlent uiUn
5* Bui ear. >n
Bl YcdV
? *
63-Org-n
Symool for samarium
WOama of chance.
C7Loiter.
03To direct Xmaa cards
70 Discourse deliverers.
73Piece of turf cut from sod I i
Kolf club
7*Furnished with shoos
7,-Knock
75- Of Ihe I.il* of ------ were
ticu i-. ive thousand (RIn what place were tii
plea rirft called Christians'
-Acts 11-Mi
ii*Lamprey.
JlExelamaaon on Christ ma
morn.
53An act
> The head.
10 nt.nlI of HI)* family
>7 -Tool for boi
38-AI what pli
-
i Acts 8:33
60 Immense
03Obstruct
MGoddess of discord.
67Son of Shem (Gen. 10:11)
'idViper
mNi.'ht before Christmas.
71Sun of inflnitiv* mood.
71Sun god.
rt
of the
a:
v i ;k riCAL
l What u the third nook <
lament*
i -Cu.'h
k in m.-irble.
-land
t -Diminutive of Alfn-d
I the trow
i Ba away
M.idv tn
irnved unto God. u wurkman
that nol lo be ashamed
; :.n>
An ved
- Thi- Dlac*
IT- Who w^s Pel eg*! father-
-Cl-n 10 33.
TTipcd camel.
-I itloo of surprise
'. '-At what river did Erra pro
claim a fast? (EiralSli
. reirr.ented fwicai
--Cotton fiber knots
-Sulr-B.e
'
-tvapoiatea
Conei
2.
1
m
m
21

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// pine Fun
A 1'OST omCK urker who
r\ H pntlon ol
th annual Xm rush devise.
thjg SflSSJ while recuperating
"':'i-.^ .1 problem In addltlor
he sjhu ed to callers. aaaU>
le'ti rssj cnta a number. All
the ta from 09 have bee:
POST HARK
P A T R D
"I S tre a affM P end *
11.
Q 1 ytj solve the eciuation?

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-.liasr eallad wi-im. .''
Mi-Tab* ;;:',.".:.''"
Igderag rtertstsT assal VMalsff
.
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unrriPfii b
n5';nrik' ecu
nPM!F3I)%UEIi FHEP
UHU^unnrci' iiispor
Ci*nriFii:i-.^
nit ii : I ic- r.rn ..I i
ran^rnnirnnnr.r hi
%i^nrJOBEXaiT*iri: ii
ncEc^anrnur -onu
E'ssOUC *m.T
ii'nniikiii'arii'i-iiK
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so
.31
US. .HI
HO i..,inlKi
Rebels Loot Rail Town
RANGOON, Jioc ?:i n out again ac-
i'ig to rcporui rtachlni her*
Tln> Communist n*h.>' ml ( i innictn1
i..... : h on N..!i!ii'i i.i.i ny h i on ttv
town 135 mllta north WmI Of P.m- li
l;oon on the lire lo P
looioil tiv town bofon l loco] i i r
Speeches Heing
Censored
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wy K> conquer them. Hub o
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CANADIAN VOt
Reels sen:"
blackmail
notes
nn
ll
13 anlii.il Kn-ri.l has BUI] .. l.cie two numhen
hinklng of S.inl-1 Cl-.n:. o:.e dot, use It for both Col
M him OKI and you'll age HHy Ukfl drawuig with
., \ Monday
i
it 1 hat
['Biauea Mimglry is irvmg to
solve.
P OgaodJ of Ch:ni-t
fainilk'.* thruuahntit Canada
pgrtlcularly on ih" r-
ve reeeiTed nlack
mail leitcr* frum Oomn
China, threal.-nina r
in Chin.* u
.
Ulan uo mcIi
nd rabies hava Been i
m Vancouver They have
old of relatives b-'ing tor-
tured, or forced to commit
suicide by hanging or drosm-
inii. II ttitl lail lo pay Uxna
nuumn*n*wtw

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ROME. Dei 23.
CatttoU n< Bofhrtln
rf'M Which report* ui. iiev i
I r. 1 hi I'.,.:
. ulaih I
di > that Cavcb Pn nttar, A n
BBSS) UI RBI
^iisored" becau-e lie u -
.luded tou many dutes iind atatla-
i informed
Ml si-eeche* madsj bj Casstti
rr Zapolo(k> tut
now Wslng censored Vert to* said
He ban l*en in the habit of
[I hiding too n.:m> dati
1 -.tiirh when -.ubirii'.trd I"
retail KrrsaOfp betrayed a num-
iii his speches."
QulM rasnifjltl BdjsslM assd
ipara have been 0OUH '>
aju about 38 enrtections In his
i ksj
v**rsgag which is published by,
:iie Christian Aodemy of Caweno- i
,.> In Home? reported that
\ e-Premier Zedenes. Foer-
-lio is idso MinUtcr for
rourch Affairs has appealed tu
t.c so-called patriulie priests not
to enrol themselves officially as
,,mi*rs of the Communist Parly
because by so dolnti they forfeit
UM Mass of the Faithful
USEFUL
XMAS
GIFTS
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;um id intsnuaUon *a
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TUESDAY, in < I Mill | _-,. |M|
.RrllOOS ADVOCATI:
I'U.I N'lXt.
Aussies out for 255 W.I.Needll9M\r9More
By HAROLD DALE
AUKI AIDE, D* -4
A COURAGEOUS Inning. ,,| 67 b) (low --pin bowler Doug
Ring played the leading part in boosting AuM
.cire o( 20 ftn linings
cf ihe Third Austiulia-V. tn.i Indies Test at Adelaide
by taking guard waDlgiMj im I ,

it |h>sl'. hi upon htnu Tv pa.aB.oc, a^n, rnff now await
I., fee every ball very clearly. Hi wuti 1: J lawaig M Me ^,.0 kag.^
and brought Guillen u| -in .asm fcCBdlatlitnl araaawom am,
"' breathing .
Irteen run. late. ....... .
lug ball frtmi^tftta^oJUrJH'M.r
All V lentil*, reach, ., lor a Uring In in the n, lc .
bowllnt formaand a< re.peiia.bl. ..lorn, .dueo lo u.i iinpres.ioo * "'"" IMture "' **W.^.S i^TJ '"^ te,t ""' "
- hooking v"/, ,,.JLd .,!< mmS,:..
lor a ,.,,.. ,SS t*
. ,juare .eg-, l,.ad. tak surthing Ilk. *~ -I' mM
lelr second ID al. urn. one aUU fell | shown .1 B,. M ntaaMaa ,
lunuis. ,, : .1.011 wi.h the Held placingwe ,,, ... Tin. llinel -at rtctl MtMI at ail << lac flnl HI lj
a*>e faced with the ask of making bad tlie old spectacle of a number lnr. batsmen but alwaya the '"I1 w >"^. """ *,11,al a*ck '
lJtjuna for vl,',"l% oi ,,u:n rlnged about m half-nil him, until Halve (>*' ''i U 1U11. > b> ts--w.
Thl. wicket had dried out iplo position, that were neither clow who I ted n --jit .met
an ea.y pace this morning when enough to threaten the batsman aga.n lulu and : "v*"- Hill
and Ring reaiim......I nor du.ant enough lo iiilcirepl to Chang* In: mlsd mtdwaj i. .....,,.,.,,
',',"'. "'"bin.- Wen.I. It waa aa If ooddard loucn.. 1 one i,. Cluill, n al aa-u,, ,!J~u,
Valentine opened Ihe bowlm.. could not decide whellu-r lie will It like a II
king a crambic I Ina .
t. "T" to a^jrt ''"' 'lav*. w,.ri. trying to do .,,,,
It wan immadia', r..i, i_ _.i ....._.._ ..._ a..... a---------1 .il- ..a-. ..__. Zu ,-.-------------, w .* .m _**!
The secret of a happy
family \s-good health:
ited tl
. defending, and was wu done tplen n '< bunr~iui t ih...
r uying to do bolh and succc>din^ way, tit nd Haina- # a Wo --dl *.* Hi L>i*%j,t
D*Uhr. In other wordsthe flhin uestrv^l_ tht-iryM iuccm '*1i Ii. an-W N b^ sn*lirm-y'
'^Mlll tHJWI,-|(OU|i*.l Up
Vrs. ni'Xhcit. your R.'d health it-J
ili^t tt ,-u( cWiMrw W
i N crusa and v
te nm MboM^ ptrfuf*!
TVur Uirnlv rd tnon A U
Ifanuni SudJfi taUttft i
Fmuliion evetrda
Soon you idlMIWO
drilui d.ff*
d:tn I >.-k. it
IMril rtoar
fTliOKn-'NSl'Rl'RISlNt.
* how oui.H. hu.ka-.nc,-.nil.
*.hn
*.lc
that valentine was makln. the lu,ll w, ,1 Indlca ma, poaaci the looU, Harvey caufht Oulltaa. b Hama- eiiir
iS . u mon,a'n'! .""w ou Ihu l.aven'f learnt how to u ohm. nine s.< for 171
. ftP--..' *- ""I * U.cm to tb, be., idTiJ'ge- Ramadhm no. na.l one for . fcJW
^SCOTT'S EMULSION
.Wtt/V ENeRGY FOOD TONJC
lumhagn. ihcumaoc paint and
. H impuritiri in (be blood can
he "i-ehome.
Sirung, active kidney. Mfc-
fiiirl \t>ur health h ttrauung
jd liarmful waMea
Ml nl the Ifaaaaa. ffh.n
bdatf KriM I. inaJe^uate and
tnh t r.ltcT the hlo-d properly.
A.. ,,r
OeoJ.r for
IaUn and diKdoUorr are the
r renilra.
Ikoan'iltoaachelOdnejPiUa
hnng happy rabcT by h fining
n dkaoH the kidney titan
-i: ,l <> M.miilatinf rhrif acttaL
VM van rely upon this wall
ki>,mn diuretic and urtnatrr
artiteptn. Many thctuaandi uf
putsful men and women have
tnc good bealTh
llv ) fenained by taking
'13
two Uilenders faced him with tho
cheerful courace ol B I ,,- STSS ?255
-w r- hwi. ^.... .-^ ...,.L :Z- The habit of winning againt icam.
mxmi laUi
rd for their batUni and with the
btaulng of what luck thru wsi
going.
Binit gave a hint of hla quality
ii-ached to his full heiglu
R Nil lo thv fence
wiih u sweet a triot aa you'll rvi-r
N
l-nngley chi.pped und clumped
U opiHn-tututy ullowed htm unl
a btJgWt ta ( the acore
moving.
.itiv.iu!.! M
strong nlde. ttnd Valentine four for 97.
now pacing
conveniently broke down .-.icfcei i
maln*t them has got the" \-
utttaaw of pl.ving a tight game oaaai
that leaves no gnpt. concedes no wn ,......i.
hint nf advant..!.. U>d onviB| -."^.
m .oicv. nut now in. neid had btoti ?*
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W**P -qMgftokgp Aip-iviiati,.
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inVKinh* ..rira-y.,,, i.uu,. ,,! .,
pl (alt.* n*a
C/i i/oiir Family
sittt {his?
lotion. na,m.i,..i ^y, gaps were tcwer, f*'^'JWiiiiwi.H evert sria^jt
In short, the leadrrahip. wbOo -"' T*?fl^lf -""-"jejbnily '"-Ki O
it offers Brent courage and devo- up aim Ibrowing wan m-al ac-"*,r**''**,u''in'Ul Some degree c^l
bt said curacy. An this madt 'ii"f tJ an u-a ( a mj n Ih.
lacks the deep technical resource* most of his aflortS. At the oilier '*''l,! l'l *flrf m hour for 0% -
Wnii.il was uukklv r-lievcd hy radm?'' "r a H.wtt. The- end. tbs local p4ay< -l::.:a M lh?n a 111 i
lUtnadhlii and the iitn, a,,... !oai" u"k!,"1,l elsc I, ll! o-ad isinbuKuB he .r'
bowler twice had Lunglev IdnniriB "l"*1 ,of ,,rkrs W1,h t""^1 f<""' aga..,-- | d Ihan*"'* , l i ptifect four m ^.1
ho air. but wbecTRfiit camalS STuS^^^h-^S ' U'-ii l to croaa*cd
dcii ..nil bin. he was straight
driven with Lmi&onas force ani
certainity.
Onoe again th- Bold placing
at
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m man ol dlfforonl looks can tcsp.Ht eauh OthOT and tjmi,-e
loin together in a common efToct. "ali*

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Ring with i
that yielded three l
darles through this
^^ ?** Jl'adhl'i; for '" Tli.>' .",.uM. it. fnct, teach other * ""'' I** l ^'vflna-anWi,n Jmto b (.-,,,,,-, Mai -
inee. was bowling off-spinne.-s teams a good deal about com- lw.ee outside tbi *"d "''* ^ Unullslsi rtigl> .
I long on--a divito rsdMUp but the Australians invttod Holg to iwaga at him. i: *"i*n itoJa ritira|l *eaj up aK -
client Ixiun- could and are teaching Ihvm how hole s ""* rmku)ik!miOMiBht drow
wiling gap. to meet the demands of Toil time Guillen dived full length for Wimc^aaoirtimt.tr,-'. ,..,,, i,,., #-, ,
At the other end. Valentine rus ticket. pUyOd on the top level f acoUaol logaido uvoa. The third '^l-WraKarMS*, wDnni,,,. n*> pull >
JZ*rl* * bat ..Iki.h it ,ee UroM ):..'.,.:-,.: .t,,.t ,., ,1,. e..k..i .le de- i,1(. Hole l ^offlinnganlsa); nm, ZSZLJFS '".? ',u',n,"n w"s lcr,nati?n- ._, bit boJ] and WOffl It mWiMW. .!>
swooping upon the bails like a.i No | EOOI MM tho Wa. ,
agtt, but bolh LanglVy ami King menton>_all thoughts of Satur- j lt u ece of u v and a Jon- ^S" '' ily |us.b- -r
kept their back fret anctwrod to aa>\ fadure had been banished. ,l(!;fui crSSTthat awldtAlv mU$kum*-.Jm*'*'lU> *<*' ^'," l* -
the game to the highest level, TSS Kl!!tR'U*'if1- *'"' '
' \ * '' nd i oc, i |, p 52 ,d j,
Ciomcz continued lo bowl with *',i . '" 1 al t|-a -a-
IMt and direcUon ?,*"! J2L '''' '" M m I
In tot, he alway. doe., but Cod- !" ... no"1 .^I?'1 > "tra
the i
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and they took the acore along In
Mitt Mahioii Marshall came
Riiuj. a* we have seen b~forc, on al the Cathedral end to allow
ha. an excellent eye and I. one of Ramadhln to operate at the other.
Uie few batamen who habitually In place of Valentine, bul neither
drive half volley, as they arc change achieved result and at
meant U) be driven. No mawknn lunch Australia was US for three,
playing back for him. but a crisp Langlcy b. Valcnllne 23 The
and powerful allack. Chiefly i"1 w'ckct fell al three for 81. .,
'.hrough his line clean hutui*; alii Morns, noi out 31. Ring not out d ,.* .m
tmSa-l survival of"what in. Exlra. 10. "P-''1 lime he s i am depaandod
could nol cope with, this ,,ir Alter lunch, we straightaway J"""'??.'. "f "Pl^tunilie. lllJM l-'-!,i.eaodl mil tta.
...,v diseoveVe? lo have add.sl a ran into a spell , c,-, ,,,, -. .. The W,
.urpnsing 50 in half-h,.a, ., fmn, ladh V.,l,t,,. and Rama- "oto,"_ b<*maa. went down on toUIlT^luOiui|a,|i|^^ih.-.r char
"'"""""-'.....-' '"".....' "- ** a^^wtooSSpsh'mE..,h, tt ~gf5xSit'
hnu
long
w "rttl no
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r.r !)4
word.
Valentino, who
afaH
good
deal of his power bowling outside
n in
ing beyond doubt, and Valentine
.ith
I'll'
'in.ii,-
HrClHIi
ickly off the mark ...
remarkable balls thai ' '"' lfl. a hi<*
the off stump to an inadiiiuute bothered Morris and shook Ring. tl''" Goddaid might not ignore
Held, now slipped one straight Curiously enough, and such is the ,n ,n nitUTO
but muhit inu. a ,.. hlM1 iillt, piuy.g vcr u,-, 'whistin J'l-'ntr,m,(tliigh crow3
stuck that Valentine fum- balL 0nlv Hm johnrtoi, ra-*?**" '
Encouraged by hesitation, niamcd. and bo was Ibw for loro W T"1 ^ 7lt Ik huk-KIv %.
' pscond ball he received, aLio from Valentine, who llniKlie.1 B '" naarn Ittn-ilntj nai occijpanis m
.Mcket. with Mg for 102. Lindwall not bodoag wcaw ytttUig -,-i,
.......... , .. u, .or 148. out tight, Extrus 12. Tolol 255.'rtkmpe^asqnoQanavi. tl. r, , i
u ' Morris was now batting better The v.. .
,,.?owJ>Tn ,.look.vrv m,"'h UxtB ht' hnd ,ar a lon8 Um* Part "'" "'" r'"1'""t *ttuig on the,,
is though the Weir Indies were and had chosen to cope with success. Thev had ftughi back
actu iHy
run out
.mo out and Rarn'Jrthn
>.< time to have a close-up .,,,,..
of Ring reaching hia 50
mlgh;y
fff 7-^-, am s-e^S; KVfS w -
boundary and following this with and Guillen smashed the
row to the same spot off the next R,ng run OU| 67 Fonr tor j48i
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    W.I.
    3RD TEST
    In"" Put 1.
    \ was- the
    occasion for an outburst from

    ninth for four. SOjU
    another rot tWS
    . uwcd through the
    gap. The total wan now
    Wmtm tt and Worrell extra
    Thomas Scores Half
    Century For Empire
    ONLY TWO of the last 11
    matches which were to have been p
    win- played the Empire versus L
    iVkwi.-k The otlMi malcl
    not played
    ,i. their
    i-Kige and scored
    8 113. F. Th.-mas who wen! In at
    Now inerc occurrvo
    whai aaUBOue evM
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    attstnpted a short mukIi- Hem* Bour fours

    23 and G. C'u.rk<- II
    Tin- most succcsaftil bowler was
    Daitns wno took four f*>? I
    <.Hi tram who opened the
    1/Klgo attack took three.
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    || to Pi.k.'i,
    i I -. ne Pick1
    aid Division Cricks*
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    .. dash for It ami pulled up with
    one leg held in front of himthe
    n hi* let; thigh had pull-
    ed againnot badly enough to
    cripple him but one suppose*
    enough -
    hM maxterU agility.
    Al this su,-
    bowling slow lee ftp
    placed N
    in* him with can* m run*. The
    out and sqaari (j
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    Weekes and Wen' 11
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    Week.
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    stand it whs '
    scored Um n In I
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    1 HO d three* for 3S
    kwick I- Fofttl
    - I>nnv took five fat 2'
    three f"r tB,
    ggm XI
    NaiiM- Chaster
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    cans witt th<
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    I A1IKI, Ih- U4.
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    unday ihc Ekjptiua AnUojuJtMS
    Department announced they had
    uncovered a 3,000-year-old statue
    chaniUei ol ihc reign M
    the Secind
    sd iponsse room
    an found neai Bnkkara s
    lha road
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    a small slaluc believed to be that
    of sTsmsssi ths Second K

    The mall . . i boadini
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    lu Plane Crash
    kiipan, Iran, Dee. a
    Di Henry llennett. United
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    director. an i-an-i Were among 21 persons
    killed Saturday when then plana
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    north of hare.
    The craah came when the four-
    engmed plane, owned by Egypt':.
    Mi*r Airlines, struck t
    ol 10,000 fool granite range.
    north of Tehran. No one survived
    the disaster ihe worst in Iran's
    mi history.
    Among ihc victims were Ileii-
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    Rainfall: lu llui.
    Toial rainfall tor month to
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