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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE mi KM> w DECEMBER a, mt CaJtib QaUmq Holding Santa for Observation H is bnttMMI "ir Acting General Hospital this %  n rompanied W. It. H Armstrong Private Secretary \rliny I'IWII/'/_• M l II K ,:u HAW %  M r Vlncvni MM^PI I -V H Ihmiilii'-.i M R CYRIL MAIoNKY %  >' %  %  %  i i .1 inert b* fanagar of %  S> Kitts, IrroHNfdfi/* DAVID Ml'HHA. and David Ottten>. ArcountMesur*. Bovell am m Si Vincent X" d ii^ "".""!" M MRS MAK?UB1E CALLENDER (!-f!) in charge of the SeenaI HOU lii^i^junw for chi.tlren at ihe Public Library on Dee. M ha* •varra.,*'* -i-a-rnion H aha five. the une-tioni for lie Qnu ^^#i,A ^TM 1 _L "I ^rv# iy jp^H W W-. ^v^^ ^_^ K?#^vI-.-.. 1 M'Kcw •PI NISI. 4.1 OKI IIIMII a. in •>.< „, %  ia in I'tlliUifmitOn llul,tln\ Kmftngi-tl holiday* with theli rsiatlvaa, Trinidad l.mlx MI..C. H i MIDHKY .TUTOR* MI.C Trinidad lai by the s.s i>. eraser for the ChrtrtmBj Year holiday*. She ta •I i)i and Mrs. A. W. W (I !. I! % Street Also staying aa a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Scull u Mis* Qlorl* l* hei* f .ibuul two wee^ I'-i .i Iw.-iutiriiin <>f Trinidad -nraTHaf Hotel who arm... i., I'.WLA la* ... .. „ ,., / MGRATULATIONB to, Mis* 1 rlw O HUH, FeUI.. 'i-''. to Mi. Hoboit Phillips, AM in. ..i Training bool %  ftlderaboi 'ion. h.lmn-il S\M A M "' .nn {' l %  log here int nitwit froan ]' s mi kta r* ltr laj .,, .|„ -\ tar an route to Ihe r-Hi.d(j K'U.I.MI, mra Cap* .in.i Mr*. H. E. II. Hunt. H Bunl h returning home] %  III'.Till of office Ofllri'i. Trinidad ft .S7*./v Wa.V M ISS RUBY CAMtlCHABI daughter .r Mr. S. C. Carm..-hael Retired (Invernmenl Printer Of AatftfU and Mrs Cartnirhml. |f| ,,„ En^nrf yelerdas %  ngffCMlUi ( ,, tha s s We Grease where ,he will atudv Sheffield. hai atay < "ADwonh" %  %  ChMpald T'HI tn ga g e m anl w$ ,%  i> h Thornton, ion „f Mr. t A Thornton H Meajani Hall, ning. ilaughtaT of Mm Barbara 7,10 '''' .t|K un nounrnl U-l*„„ Ml < ;co r „, >;:,"*' — "'M !" 1.. lIulrhll.Mif, i,( )i., Deacon's !{..,( l(1 .i M, M Hami Wwardi daughUH ,,, %  i u>" Font.iUll.. ftr rwgwf /„., /;,<,/„. (Lf* N 06BORK1 i .,: %  TM and Death DuUeg, im f,„ tad KlngdM i""'";-" 1 %  s^ D 0*m io Jttend .. Mx-riioinh r.urv u, '-""don. Pmeiopa Trhiitluil Sutv*m>in Fakiniaii, Ihe d-ught.-i ad • %  !' ; tl. Feldman ..f ^Im-ware-. Navy Caidrru Chrlat Church, u doing Itj.liohool taawatei el Alaorib] School, graphy at King'-. College and 'hopea to complete hvi ntudiis in lh. > ."ill ApriL She will be married aa Mxwi aa Mr. Phillip* ilntiJie*, h| 'raining. twii ton In M.y that if. much u .he lovra England, she R KEITH SMITH. H< li-irbadoa for its uuahinr Mua ,kie. and m bathkOOl, arrived over ,n *fprcially at the Aquatic the pi"** She wishes B || h „ f r cnd M. I" liThadoa a happy Christmas. *tn) and * ng with '-onfrralulationn K<11 ..u-<. f "N'tJRATULATlONS tn air 'lill. 'A--* A A Hind.. HUE Jnd S ^'T* w attached la H.M 'i Chrtetmaa M r '"*'*" '' -niHFITESleavmgby B W.I.A iMOtd the Trinidad Chrlstve-daj R WC e Mn-tmg u tewere Mra. Wf' i^^__ M '-_/ „ E 9" Bethell. Mra F. I up* i t<> be i„"„V M AYBE SaoU think, that nobody ia watching, but there are tea f acea hidden In tola room Where are the ten? Tou'U have lo look closely to discover them After you've found them, color tha picture. It's in the Bag VV/Hr doaa a Bgaaw punlt W niako the moat acceptable I'hrlauaaaa gift for many per • %  I • W[ U NHM| mJOT Short Tale VVTrlENEVER Mr. SUce. who la W rather absent-minded, for£fia nia own party-llna number. lie think, of thla esperlenca and presto, tha aumber comas lo MM Laat year Mr. SUce i .Ming and killed a )ay-binL That night he and hie wife ate ihe btrd for auppar. What Li their phona numbarT Crtl aao *i on r-tst •• % % %  v //'. A! Gift MEHRY CHRISTMAS! —no luic trords betpeak a kindlier /celiny aiiiuny men. But ditfercn? proJO pic. hone diffcri'iu loatra of piuM Has Off Though Sanu i i-arl> i-Uirt this year, he has many .additional place* to visit needs a pilot to point out tinp itLet's see >f you oaa short cuts, start with him at up'..<.i/>.i the country of onyit. ( -r left and find tha shorteat I gifts beonny these grerttngs. route that will take him to the Fire correct is a pood score. tov store and to all the six bouaas route tbul will avoid Dvt-KMfica a u. i *NI aar I gelling n.Kht Mr Rupert Mavers. C Itv Ruperl IM left i Tuesday. Belhell was accompanied bv •laughter. Hazel Chrintma* Party M H „, HABIB -.'I*i i.u.i.i.i whi. SJ" !" ''' S li W T A IT"" , \ '""•'" %  11 !• l-ruiitl %  "' ML.tnui. i..I,.I. v. ,. r if t. %  H .i Royal IM I1i(ht i' ' ng at IH.' t Math \..IH i itachpr of Hmay K.„nm lll -I ihe n„. Thealrt. Ian Trills 1MIMSIMAS v.,11 bo "JfW when Ihr manacrmriil of qulla lamlta reunion lor !'" ,"' i r, ?,. "'' ""'" aniiua' lha II n.,m r.,,,,.1, „,„.„ ,!,„ { .'"I ".rIIICUIIIIU. puny HI the i.au..', -• W,..„ic-. li,.. >•' ;;:-'n riaa.. %  Some ipomhru of lha ,, '"'P 1 "*"" turned out and famlb nava not % %  u null other u "hl> enjoyed themselvca. m. .li inking. ,„,d makinii Hi Umt K.user'llvnam "",',",, Th 5, """> "•" uuletly iki:. HI Ami," M, *> Alice Armitrong at the ' "i Ihl l-no ',';'"" I"" 1 "!"* of the t,. Tranaporl CO. .nrlved ', '""",' !"• %  """• She men I l„>I..I... '?'" '","""•* lampo. i ,.i, Sardam '' ', %  %  "' %  """" %  I'ler in the eyenin, tha "!> %  of ihe family In Carolajfaa,roup „, ^ Hi and Mra '"'"' !" *na tiun %  uah' ",~ ""• nd even llyeller turn of Trlnlda. They "• Caroloera" Wnalna . li ,,,, i,,-, Nether land: way „ Gd Jal—Swaden. Bootlaad .Sowie Good Advice .ur Ma If n ilMSIaM KenaUtaetett — Belgium, NorIhomas li,s, -ulTered some Finland, -; %  ! advice for the holkUys Ahicti we are presenting in the i. Nedlatg niaallh ehejrnat .rm ,if i *ui 1 .ititut,on cryptogram. Ireland. Swltterland. Albania. Just think of Christmas and H Boas FesleS— P o i I u g a 1, youll havg startmg clues to two Greece. Rumania. %  •! the words. B Hauskas Jeulas Serbia, Russia, FinUnd. HN IXOVLMBl, BHJ 111 Fetei NaUl .Irani. India, I. B T >U i RXTTOI Canada I WO RXOVLNEBL ., ra a a ,.u *~£Ti "'" T N u*faM*n f ip""l""'N <*"'n T uraas ( iini t •*>. %  * i %  --•uv BtrtMate of The Saviour ul 'i"l •• %  > m>a^.ertme % %  Kewle... siacovapt* of mPoiaon. itoted clatatcal (eboU r T B O. *a fluf Question r> latrnai and J" P-rt> Ualed two hour, and '" with everybody StVTS ind Mra A W. '"" h "• "* *aso.,-. fSEg 1 HM.an, ,.. San Fer^"E s nftav. CorW JtVrrsre. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Larol Service at St AmDwember 2g ,,i 7.50 I Ihe Choir will be asaiaVii "y a number of local aj The Organist will be •';"•; <.l..e„ s Snr ,Z * Ma Kjrton K.lurn. T„ Vn-muln J^KltHNING ,„ Grenada ^\ %  V ,, nda ? •'••' %  0.0 on hy E J de B Vendoni,.. Bj WHAT shall we get for Chn.tm 'linking about a. tuey pntj< u a -tore Thl* mornlDK thet S* I A M Matroril. planter ( if.d came over to BarJad.-. throual, tha lllnen and '.i. nldeal sisicr. the lat %  I 11 .lord of lliehjale. Upper t • %  llvmore Hock tor SI. Hm.nl //„/„/„, M M IX1KOTHY HAZEL "Wlllaadao.M i| a iccenll., retuiiMHl from I Two frlenaJi who were drlvta* from San fYaiu-laeo lo PorUaJafl planned lo have i,,i.'n,a, dinner together at a roadaldc reaUurant. One left San Franclieo at 7 o'clock tn the mornlnir, and travelled north at the rate of la milea an hour. The wcond could. f oy no, get away until 10.10 H„.. CM would he have 1.. drlva "* "' ""**• and in order to o\cnake his friend t'" 1 ." nd *', r melal. v... at a p.m """ I" Kalntad red, but the gun .-III •" u~a u ., p ;K 1 !" ., vrllnw Which praa~ -na w „ Una,' !" ; iVaMT^ ""'.. „„. „, v ,^„, Uncle Larry'a Present War lull,!, Chrlatmaa hu "*£JS > jB a aA! """ idaattc while his father has bought iruck. Thare, .,n airplane blue pre*Insert A Word There is a party fame popular at old-fashloncd festtwist* which has a hyphenated 13-Utter riatnic. Write that iiame in place of the X'I in the following, and 13 three-letter words will appear vertically. llflAIFIIIII A ittiiitiiitit uoBiTvyinriK nw m eiuru BUIMIUI aiu eetrssal GENE KELLY DONALD O'CONNOR DEBBIE REYNOLDS lON HAGEN %  MlLLARD MlTCHHl MGVDCHARISSI & fi/IOAfmADUi Ifsuxh III AM IIIIOS. m %  I LISTENING HOLfRS KiS^petS &.--• if* 1 ii ..li.. Hawtra %  ...1. II,. (*.•,., -AnmiA, inii>i W • em W.iu. M,„u.„, : — a ajUM. Najui^. a I, „ •"-!••.! %  .,ia> •"%  •"•>uaaaa atim ...... iwna" lu Tin l". 1 "";" loier-i" .fa" ta. ? %  %  —... IIU.i..,. ,h. I"I""?' Jl'lntlL, J?"' ' '• U^ea. 10 n m Th, Nn, ia I, p m %  • ** m rtw All HrM Bbaw 1 a HMM IIKIESTM. A /f) 0OODS VKRCH.WTS iJK i" Bomb.i> & Burbadoa. %* Hastings Branch of THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA is especially for visitors convenient Located at "The Village," glaring OaB, in tne i.olol district, mis ncgnbourhotHl oilictis designed to serve those grha wttfa lo lutd UM bun dOWXf> town dittrict. 4'urrenry Fvchsneeil: I soda Remitted e traaaferred. Travellerx ( i.i-qn. I.eUers of ( redil neioCaahed; Haled. lii'iuinc \rrounta tonNjving* l>e|>i.~i| areeptililrted ed. Stork Mirgel tJUoUlioni Available %  HHANtlirs IN BARK\IH>S. Ilrldtelown Branch— H B. INt. Managrr. iliMoi.--. Branch. — II. 1 INMSS. Otllrer In t harae. rjett lestftf TO BRIDGETOWrJ HAST.NGS f^OAO tK*At*+mWMormMM !" **** !" That a what taa IMO at one of the toy co ueatlnh will he aninercd %  • *ve boy. are inMra in a dty B d where ahe spent one eMIasr&S PUp'^ half years, left for St. Vincent • %  HIS. s p on Monday .flu llm.ii holiday 10 p m The m I come Trial ang giniSISSH. Wlllg I '•;% ni Tip Top Tain.. Haiuntl Ui> IM| I I I I I I T. R. EVANS 4 | I I I I (WHITFIELDS) a Vmrm, ttimwry Chrislm**, .. To 1)ur fit I ron t mid irii'iidt f f PLAZA Nil VIIIIS 9E WISH Oik CISTOHOtS IVB faBBMfli m 'Very merry DGmas FROM TIIF. K.IWCFMF.M AXD STAFF OF T. R. EVANS wi> as Also lion ro IIAXK im. rii.\ I .0 OFOUUMIV! MINCE O .JaWt*. Matinee from FRIDAY (Bank! SPECIAL > 30 & 1.10 %  M.rtlHMfST TURFTORY' (Kirb> GRANT! •AFRICAN TREASURR" I Johnny SHEFFIELD! %  **•**.."•[ ",.n; ..ir;'m. FRENCH Y C.RIHSLY-S MILLIONS Paul KELLY a ,„,„„ ROOOH RIDERS OF IDAHO IIIFVINM K, ROOBM Sunael CARSON INTLRN.VTIONAI. SWEETHEARTS M HIIVTIIM murFRIl Mi m i iauu>rO .^(•witHE.NDSI :| > %  t. a win a. .f ia. o ii Radian) AR1 F*. A >IM -I'.N, i Jolin WAVNF %  •n.vea T*H Jiiramy wARn \ afMMrM *a.1 FLASHING GUNS ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE mm (gaw 8a4i fO-BAV AT *!• I'M. Matinee FRIDAY, Ml p.m. W n i Hi' Phi Hi MT'NI In I AM A FUGITIVE MtOM A CHAIN GANG FRIDAV *.*s~an.t% MlT" RAIDERS Of THE DESERT %  i AHi.gK a SEVEN SINNERS FragB] "p.. ISS .m -Ml 1,1,1 | %  HO QOBCXT %  'i"> laxii.r aam< WAKTI V r-.t J:T'. iwrxu >i" i r IRTMR ai VAI'.IT a llliHN IIVIIIIV AI ana LAW X %  coi.eix wear Montr HALT Sav a Sun taa in p n WariMrt Ctaani *Ta



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THURSDAY. DECEMBER S3 1932 BARBADOS ADVll' \TE PACI niKif: Al Tlir I in. in.i l. (..II. Singin 9 In The Rain GREETINGS EVERYONE, and ma\ l n It n ,.rnui, hl*i ^^r^'T^ 1 a, i'""" c !;' ; 'X'SZ-gUS: showing at this holiday time. Its very dillxult to chootM For Ntc Good ncattoa between then), but looking at them DOB Fhan <• *veral lively p*>>i-. think SINGIN' UN THE RAIN is first che (t the title son* — wh nben that air beautiful u. have retained all tneir oncinal tvlow, eompoaslion ami inierptv Wanted: New Oar tTgMa I iXWfDON. British-built car; JANE WYV.AN This cheerful film is showing at the Globe opening Dec25 and not only stars Gene Kelly but also has him as uric of its directors. Witn him u Donald O'Connor who Is a ilrst rate comedian and u nimble dancer into the bargain. Debbie Iteynolds. who l* as cute a trick as you could wish and Jean Haven who leaves behind dramatic rule* to play the dumb movie star of the silent Alms. The plot concern* the making and breaking of movie careers when the talkies hit Hollywood way back in tnr "20V and the ability of the movie capital U l.iush at Itself and make fun of lt ^rowing pains has turned a routine boy-gets-glrl nory into a superior musical comedy. In this tale of early sound pictures. The film gets off to a rollicking itart with a Holly w.iod opening night in the good old silent days, with the fatuous, gossip-column announcer, the glamourous '-tars in the hilariously unbecoming costumes of the period, thl mobs of fans, and of fainting women Altai %  briel In.,, arrayed In r&tng I terlude. in win. of a stunt-man to top billinc are illld ,,„. them — going throm from wrc'lline ofl I • cetsM %  %  the Talkie* .. lar temp* %  %  I in ttiHltn and MI. eat of %  %  I SBStl h.'i BOB • %  %  %  %  I %  IHIMILX i i.t'.ion. wnilr more intimate tuiMa ., -natch and there sung bv Miss Wynvan and Bin,: UnlMn by anwarm and plaasing. Thew %  mi two make a grand tram and. Miss lugelh.-i and individual'. T:.c WyaMB Bbo*ni that she is equally a good, if no* belter, than a lot of %  fill, the sung and dance artists and i umininilsHll > 'hat she is an extraordinarily Jnsi Kor \IHI varSJMlk iierson. Bine. Crosby bar musical i* JUST FOR dominates the *ene with his usual YOU at the Empire 1 call it a *su-l cornpetence and wry hummusicat. I ^ pleasant'•>"• while Arthur Hrown and >T | Natalia Wood are tops %  emtnaotly children. One of the most engag%  the talent! of it* two > n t hiu in OK pietuiv ts Bon tf lsHSP nv and Jane Wy''*d by Ethel Barrymare at the %  it i 1 i hionablc %  %  i Ok, and it i* a Ml Broadway lhl!< veteran BCtrese, r;dng a motor ben betscooter loaded with vegetables. unted with his moiher" ,u,llhl viii.-.^ gtreai nerhumle*s son and daughter. Compli<*"" Is delightful and her seen.*. srisan the eighteenw t h Blng amon* tl si -old boy develops a vci y %  IU There s not much i IM)\\l.l> O'CONNOR .re I I of nuppy-lovc for" hi* faihVi'a nmgt that there are Sflgfl .__.iigla.lv who unknOWB to mm .'" %  '-' 7-u.g a l.ttt .Zony and . ,.. h ,,„_ 111 Si-S. Ya in Behla -to I points are ">enUon two Thai add InMtl .1... %  i tVg u-nily f PMV >•' lb" h . v an | MI. i iacipP*i_ni It. Jim McClaii. And now foi our ••** HIG JIM McCLAIN at the Plara. BridflCtown, is %  timely melodrama that points up some tragic horn? mn me Conunw their knack of escaping discovery and iHinishment. The background II.i*.in where an invi-.tinat.il fi>i I Un-AnMI '-" Activities . i.MI out Ing C.mmut -tv Tbg pi"t a ii v* man and tneie nice wi>vi n n, riie important fewturc of the film Hi. \. .ii Mn i and we M ihein lkrtmn| :lieir eapandablai to iba aalaai so thai mban who .''<• Irrapl H i ible can ranani niddai-, We aim fre, ha v -in,: the i rottvli.iii "f the 6th ant to the Alt* (lean Constitution > |l • ISM Unsa, tl ej gaaka %  mockarj of the wholi CosstUtutloll. Hatl Ol the nlms wh-. I U Uj ekpose tho KIN(. BOflaTI asarkingi <-f the CammHnM Pny, turd> enough to take the punish-, fj merit meted out by Colonial roads;! versatile enough to adapt Itself to sudden altitude changes. suflV riently comfortable to make motoring less spine-joltng. Britain's Rooles Group feel 'hey. •might have the aiwwer to this 1 VMig-frit arant m tne latest car off I 'he production line — the new,' tlumt-er Super Snipe aloon. And I Saj have given ace racing >iver, Stirling Moss the job of n\ina their ihaar] Moss, at II in his ear'.y iwaaUM i' to captain a team of test drivers who will take the new Stf %  hronph flfteen Europe-n coagitries in nee davs. — 3.352 miles 'mm Oslo to Vlllar mrmoso on •he Spanish-Port uRuese border The starting date was eat '.Wetnber t. espocially chosen so t the far Will be subjected to the worst possible weather conditions an every type of road. To raw four-man team will hITC li h. night and day. indblva of trontk refuelling stops. i ie i n eanaoiiiUaa at nign ui..hcii H eimbi the 7.*03 >* I Sv-itrerland And it at Otny OBa >' %  Mt-tch 1 s> V^^^ r A?^%tt^M> 5 I CALLING ALL FRIENDS OF | JOHN WHITE SHOES OUR VERY BEST WISHES FOR YOUR HAPPINESS AND .... ..|!t U) %  cepUon i>ui iv< i .!: iniatlc (mi"..'. In lit* of the audience to Commui.: t iaahisss|aai John Wayne plav s HT_ Jim and It is a tailoi -m.idi' roll 'oi htm, %  %  %  peart i BJsd Ifiai Otooa % %  ntotl K api>ealing young actraaa. She "* r ''lfK well and there is a w.i.inth ,n.l MB '' M moat rafraahlfij %  rii it' all i..' ocra aw ipi u> W AT CHRISTMAS THROUGHOUT THE gagfaasua ,. COMING YEAR .v-i. JOHN WHITE IIMI.IIH> Ami IMIOIS. Ill) NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ENGLAND. all of .1 ii mi" %  %  >' • I • %  ' i_ ,.H afarn Harry *v i*> Frj4HWaHHi*S*ti%llt-MMs'B *1>MW>!MW>1W asiifiisfa*i*huaiwMwr^wC ie whole | M ^^^gs__l % %  **' fi ^A MERRY Xl/AS TO oi it P.ITHO.XS Aim FMMEJVBS noon \i an li YOUR XMA S CA U. EMtEH. _f *. EMPIRE THE B1GOES1 MUSICAL EVER MAD1 T2**"Z£!!** •* TO ALL EUROPE OFF SEASON KATES NOW IN EFFECT Only KIM offers all this a Four flitchts weekl> from the CurihheiMn a Choice of Northern or Southern Route a Sleep \ ii mid SleeperServiee avnibhlv a Stopovers en mule it no extra fare a Luxurious D('-6 and DC-611 airlinei -• a l)e Luxe and Tourist ( l;i-~ Service Fly KI-M's superb First Class Service with II ta> mous 7-course meals anil all the "axtnu KI.M's economical Air Tourist Btrvkt. On b %  enj.iv the comfort and otmi^nigmce of tth modern nircruft and the cnnndence inspii'-d game exj*rienced "million-mile" pilots and crews. r OiSto-vJtjAi SROWINOl To-4u in IJI ii.in rnilv lii-niiirrnvi I.I.". K sill p MI Sat, I..10. LSI \ :in %  m Sin. In Tni-s l.l.'i i "JO pni. Sal. MMNiNSpiiinl REPUB1 !' ACTION 0ODB1 I \tx\ ii. i.is .i B lacaon UTAH WAOOH TRAIN and UIZOMA SMNHI NT will. Jnmr. HKI.I.K — Knv IfMM'ROFT "OLYMPIC To hm ill Ml p m. only T.. iim-r.i.i la Sim I.:III Ml SBPUBUC WHOLE SEB1AL IADAR Ml v nOH THE MOOM J | 1M, cjmi.ii H0OBK— R-.y SABCBOFT ROXY Indav it Ml pia<>">> •inrta la Han, kM Ml 1 N1VERSAL SUPER Van IIKKI.1N Vviinnr HE CARLO TOMAHAWK (TaihatnlaF) mill SALLY and SAINT ANNE Btarrtni Ami ni.vTli iMi.iuiiii HWKNV S. %  I I I r, & & I % & & Sal MM Nlta RIPUBI H' "' IUBLS KING OF THE GAMBLERS mill PORT OK FORTY THIEVES TM >il ri" I Ml DOUBLI ATTRAl I .on CHANR in WOLFMAN mid PF.ABODY and THE MERMAID Sl .il 1 Hi p.m. DOUBLE Kara (IE Till, nnd I.AMI1I.KKK IM1III (AI.IEORMA STARS _~ . . I — -. (x)iih £oaJUf $ood UJi&li h> OKA many II. I HIT 1 IPOS I O-OP. IOITOX FACTOmV LTD. DOUBLE Mid-.N'ilr Sul ABBOTT & (llllllll m IT AINT HAY and (ODE OP Tilt LAWLESS with Kirbv OSANT — Eu> KNIOH1 DOUBLE \l.in r Tuti 1.1" & Ml CAI.IEOIIMV PASSAOI and • SI'OII.KKs OP TIIF II \lss ROYAL I,, li ,i ,II MS p.m. Only Tii-niorniw ut 1.30 & 8.:ill p.m. II KO DOUBLE Rubrrl MIT( III M — JuliiRISSEI.I. in HIS KIND OF WOMAN and TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD WOMAN mlli Jnliniii WIEsstU'LI.EH llrrnd.i JUVC'E Sal. & Sun. I i" A' Ml p.m. Chariai LAUOHTON — Naaraaa oinn THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Virl.r MATURE Trrri MOOSE GAMBLING HOUSE Man. & Tata. I :i -3n I Mini: C ROSBY in HERF. COMES THE GROOM AND NO MAN OF HER OWN. SUBwwwaw^



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FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIIIRSDAY. IHCtMBKR 23. 1M2 First INighl After 65-Day Sea Voyage Was Splciidid —DM. BQttfBAMD %  %  B imbard is alaymi; on tx>ard V : .• | Of the and he ***** aX LBt ... med In to .noralc on about Ihrw IfcllOl l.lll IO It HUH.I IOU \ met til when ho that one day he 11 he wa % %  in osae*. hi* qtooa, %  f'*' thmI understand my OUM MM Win Dr. Bombards Christians Go To Bethlehem Peal Amazes Barbadians %  %  %  i %  %  dinghy, at.. .. i baOot. I %  inn DOW tut nme -u yean ... %  %  i %  %  —i r. %  %  %  %  ji si i nitrw I>R B0MB0RD8 rubber dinghy LHeretiqne could not -ail ..vaunt UP wind *o It wi. brought from Stroud Bay to Bridgetown on top of Mr Ian Oale'n Austin Beven. Oi the wr down it aromcd natch comment from people on tao road and nearly frightened othert off ihcli blcvclca. U. the Caribiteur (.. II. M hoping %  %  iicm. I _ I WMOtttl i nnoi hclo do %  -. : nan for ba da *> %  magnate Dean up h:s Idea of th: i .... s on i h' 11 %  %  tho %  would bo I rooms HOB, wi*h %  %  gla-s .. HOlOl I 1 ln-ats me to think %  .'.,.. %  i t you uovor i n th* h\i H. i %  it ... ; %  _ UK •Oh, my |-K.r sail said Dr. JB>> I 11 In* exraftii. m b craft at moral* 'hem that It f life boats I 1 1( paopfeJ ube much %  Nrvrr Sea Sick Dr." BOB % %  . %  %  ii be met 'he Arakaka. Tho %  • L'Hi %  v, I %  night. I %  .."i.u,;,; 1 '^^' l.aight IS months ago in Gucrn*'"•" '" very satUrtod with himself todn> "> %  "' %  • 'i"'i...." ",„"[ .'^'i"o -jay bean"i'iiiwr"ta Barbate* or oa • havinj btaafcJart anil bo up la Tho papan .aid ,,, ,,., ,, French West bi the cabin, re the \oyag.and llvart. The happy iioup chatted over Ha hat proved tti.it mm can Itva Whan he intimated 'hat he H ts interest In the French breakf ltn! ,,„ thja duri, but Ibara must u ,.. %  I indli n Weil indi^ WM patriotic Ai a aomi of hu egporieneai during tho ., %  ., „„.,, „ %  „„ „,, U M mak. „ %  %  • |ava an Frenchman, he wanton 10 ia. tin A! %  • Ihoji had a a r(p „, lh „ na urP II.IIIUlagan aiaai iM no on* abcaiM ••. mm ,.,.,. ,,, hl French Coionte* nut drink, and par! ,. i,. a „ m: r ,r a happ> augury thai h<* friends were here, and now i %  ,ard to Barbathe Preldenl wm "you lii." f ,r, ,. (l ,.y arc re-united, he %  ; he war reunited tlddan ma to tall any mora l extramely happy to be here. Ha further apolo^ lt t When the Stamland. rccalved ">• ~ ~ ~ ... A neaman with 23 year, at i.f hi. arrival And so Dr. Bombard weighed „<,„ s „f hu arrival at Barbadoi Ama rrci*nl lanca. wear,„, Tue.day. they were mo.t Mr. SU to mS JuS 1 the flm ,n .. tiul.y hat which wa. mnec happy. They were with Dr. Dr. Bombard ag a Cn rUUnal pra !" he lort at nea. He arrlvad at Las [).., Pavnt, and immediately, etat As ha received it th, doc• %  %  ""'""" !" h "' ",?,, ,.l th. |>,lm on September 3. and the, hurried to th. Central If s eves lit up. and h. ga-pod mani in m • I ..no arouU I M Club again set sail on Oclober llh. | ,v,„h.„i „„H Mb. """^1 i,l„,, the) wrlcmod Ih.-lr l.al.r I)r. Ilomlnril and Miss Gordon left for II The re-union ntal "";-!' .""d •om. shopping. :nc Stamland. nor Dr. IPanbard by brtngB um b . d ^[i. !" ing him to Barbados, and ae.-ondP> ly, the Np u ?2 SSu^ThS ai. ;:'"'• ^u'v %  .lnmb.bt\i .-.ii i MAX-PAPER COHKl>P(lM)ENT a/hat their | ir Chrulmas to Da^rirjooo but i... %  < %  Hra, Anne <' to b is that during the past few boforo Dr, B-imbard arDutch i i ...in.i..1. i laarot. ...ill. f The ftafl in*. The ; ihoC4 i be nothing o HI pru^eeo to Bethlehem. 1 %  & & s %  i X s I £ & & %  tug the day. anc 1 v.,1. tbO M:iml.m,l, 0T0 both „,,„ v h( n ..,. „, ni8ht> Laid up with the -llu". and Mm. h ,, , k SUnlland gOl out Of bed t.. meet h In the whethei i taaat dingy or in the doctor when tho] recotvod HU „,,,. .„,, .I,,|,i.... his arrival. F illli;e wh ,,„. u |,. r „ u „ During Tuesday night, the mi 1lth ago Hr u nmph ..!.. .I, %  '' %  nking ,, .;( ,,, IIM h i Barbados human being can Uvo mornini when tha tjUinktun and water, the doctor ted the Yam' which ftrit time he ro-uriionuut, with tl %  %  nuOordcn, Uu Auatrat K1 .,, priaooei durtni %  iber of the Crew of the like a wound l.rram. MonalOUi fJuy t|,.i heshould tie jjivcn the same Fronchman holmoyin| t) O„ |JK r ia. ptcion Bcxordlnf to mo roroiafD • DI Mldex. l.lllS | I %  for Tas: in ii i .... the '.nmw.ii„,. "lie Wllo llllci i t.,1..i, -,r,,| f~ llUu .,..u<.ma>n •men. Ir.fonm.i iourcoi Mid he formth a numbai a trvonli i Dutch Government offices whom %  • %  rtoro n impii/.T %  %  %  %  i :,• get Informo' —IT. GREETING? and $DA a (phDAp&JWUA 19S3 piom £cliAJtein (BhoA. £a H Si. & %  %  K X X X X I X X ?Mm\w*\\w*w*wxAW*w\ !" *mK ajHMHMJMWMWMMiWM^^ X %  %  I %  a I %  si •s I %  V I 1 S" %  %  V V 1 1 s %  %  i 1 I %  %  %  s I V, I %  3? V 3? S? %  I S 1 V a a a a a -a %  a a a I X i X X 151 X X X X .*. X X X X I X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X K £ a, m X a. K X X 01 !"!"


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Till KM) U lit i I Mill li %  :, IIVKIIUHIS M)\il ill I'M.I MM Man Musi Face Gram I Sessions For House Breaking And Larceir HIS WORSHIP MR. E A McLEOD. Police Maijistrate uf District "A", vesterday committed to Ihe next sutmi: ot the Court of Grand Sessions, 24-year-old Ivan Kim ''I Kendal Hill. Christ Church, on a charge'of breaktiv Into the Civic Store, Sma Strwi and stealnu artlclM to the value of £44 11s. Id sometime between Nov ;i mill Nov 4 Sgi. AlicyiK. aUachi llrixul SI. Was One Way SI reel Yeslertlay UIWIIl HUM VIS H Itkl > Police Station prosecuted for toe Police in the prelmJiia: > REMANDED WITH BAIL Oswald Marshall iifti, Road, St. Michael w ieii:,.r,m.i with bail in the sum ol I*-.-. 3U wiiti, h. anpei n Worship Mi. u li Griffith, Acting Pouca Maattrata of DtoSTf*' y l "a>for bicjr A*, charged i>. u with the larceny of a quamn. %  I building lime the piopcin ol Manning & Co.. Ltd. The prosecution alleged thai the Hence was committed %  Tlio value of the lime M £14 7 6. IN0Err NT LANGIAUl 1'' llCeiTl.lll OppOl .' Ltd. directed p Street It s the last shopping .1 to ChrMfflM .HMI (teoplp ag' %  %  Griffith. Actinit Police Iba eounlrj HIOpI in Magistrate of District A", for trowded with Christmas shoppers using indecent language on Bust* yesterday Alley, St. Michael yesterday Sellers of artificial .lowers did %  morning. brisk trade yesterday I Taitt pleaded guilty to tinwives bought without much i-ct chair**. The case was brought by nUMlon an' coi Police. << n their laces. THEFTS REPORTED Last night Broad Street aw -—-— filled with people admiring Ihe Uriol Rxcoda of the H b H ,, .. ,;, ... Hare hurch reported to tin ,1c were Efccd Ol J. uel!er\ Firm \\ iia— IHrk. \ i MVaaaaa : ie of i' %  .tiles than tha i"i-i ie.. tha thousand*. "ii | liti* H i un. yaw than la tha pas: an.t UUon went to the aat • .i n I %  ••! n'il laial year how %  nuch %  %  klghl -n hi -olni i' Miif he was uc i ghi Haaarvai was woU Mi, pat K from an eart Wone quality street K another. I t* %  • <•• M .in.ud tha . •I) Thi' is ih< second tin** the ii i af 1 t IIIHI that a ompieto set of %  < .ect an (ioinniur.itx C*li*ir To Civf Recital BAYLEY tngbti Ukethe Ir BayUy won ta* Advocate's Number rompttll Bundaj Dacembar Utr %  fin i-ti 1 i *iii inlad b) Mi II ciaan n %  will ba the island's including Hi W H W fctrTS. E lleadlej and hat Mi Bei i Mi ^i\^i%i%WM\i\tiWA',*'^M^'A^i*i^f^'i, Police yesterdny that a earner; valued at $250 ami a Wl valued at S120 which Rockley Beach. ChrJI Church about 3.30 p.m. OQ IVe J3 fri stolen. J. B Marsh of B t'lu.-t Church reported that a tfuantity of articles vallMd >t %\t lolan from hi* real da no %  Omatime between Dec. 22 and Dec. 23 Harold Yearwood of simmer' Village. St. Joseph reported a sheep valued from his yard o 23 ishing e;n b OthH i Iha menu of tiu%  eat -atmosphere pri t happy Itliiwl (iirl From GattMUl) S|ir;ikFive I^anguagrs Church Services Of Hong Kn; of Hong Kong She in no dry Mug-book i knaari five languagae — : dgi Engllih ii.iii.in t M %  .. i after H :in %  m raatarv,n '" n bv Haro a Infraina. nolad -nd UMn, and she has sUrted dv in icrnleiit tciim-.i on particularly for his "Arabia and Spa %  .... Vhnk, Slr. ,v.' bSSSr ,„.,. M". n, l„.-h ho djjenbed Ihe She ben .1 the < !" '*>lor lorrv and %  tane-dmm rarl *•. •'"•'"111 tS li.dhran,,.,. "i M' > ' %  " n l V" d *.^ owned bv Kenneth Hurley of Cor]"•><" to wh.t ..to !" ; %  jg* •' d '"''" B A ^'" ....,.„ viii-io *ii Mt.K-tf-1 known as "Ingr^ms I'c at o A %  %  CnnXdm < WIW %  "'<"' l""c.l .dv., ond >•.• nexl ve.,r ,he Mil it lor he. UrnToX ." dS7 h. con i.. % %  '- .n... of A.ioe he Jour-MA in Rnh.h. Mrn, lex bein. drawn up %  Hlnki ..^' 'VT." "'"' '",. ^'."" '""'"'' "" while the lorrv wa. trovellln. In ]!^!,'^\Jf."}^ H..^T': When .he w„ eight M.rl.nn. .11 ba a month late for thf Univenlty Sue uiled from Harwicli after two months visit to Britain and Nave, be hind her MPs. railway men. and factory worker-* full oi admiration and amazement. Brilliant would daicr.na -"> -hooi, lha BournvUli girl who hod achieved what Uirmirntham. wi has at the age of 22 fat BUM Boyl her It has l-een nun n -ilule d>i the Uhn.l at Kdin more oil", kdl She children. an anglnMrini wmk. % %  M'ttp. a Bi IM ArTT't %  nmMaagfi .*>i \-> DAY is*? She home viUaga Hanovi fathar u, IN' i BR only chilli. ud bee .. m i %  nd Bmnawlcki Iwr < an iron mine manageTa. I • %  I .1. wild the diplnTnati. the opposite diroelior. eter. -J .r.'.S. IMllST Mill IIA. I %  HANK Hayi i i :M"'I Mat*i I m Mr W W IIAI I Rodlal CM \mus MlMk At Si. Mark's Nag) Sunday altwriHMii. lb.* i. . tl.t i;DWd Ch.nr .it St. Mary'* ; !i randei > (nogrammo t; Xmas mlaai to IK%  %  %  %  and The .imii h.i %  umk prep-rnii! mbara as "And the < %  !" %  ) >" and the "Halleluiah both fri 11 %  i. %  a W) attl.n .. lion ol i im; %  ,i .i tha mdlani thai He .hint wi 1 uj) i i raputgUon Pw ran d The Vianing artiste* are M.** hell Hall Who Will WAfl MOggft I Allelulm". Mi GoorBB M Even /alia] *"" w %  H la.velle W|l] I'li" > H l* I %  II eili r in avai pendant. In U* alltiai i % %  K in tha "'i I %  hearty Imi.le' ..n.^hei. ever* whet, /• i i /,.„ Acting District Welfare Officer Mi is Alma Parrls. headmistress of the Indian Ground Girls' School has been appointed to act as Wei*hich U t ailed Thi fare Officer for the I-eewrd DisI-ibran. will h, on Sierra Laaggf report on which lint subsequenil% waj l...e.l. Colonial "' %  %  • ,N nuW "" ; administrator also in Zan/ihar organist. Mauritius and the Gold Coast. no livtIn Kent with ii ily. including an adopted Mi it OaUghtor, W Ai The ..thi Second book In the nc theology. |.i.i and pUihed I -v Mir*"/ Oi'i>'' rl„,l | iiciv A io.. ^4! ran) Mil. / (.en. Saliclv & I trnt i"i >ix inontna, She assume; duly on Monday. Miss Parrls will be BOUH place of Mr O WaiBgl who leaving the Colony to undergo training The Third %  s include astronomy, literature, anthropol • agy, and listening to tin I i'< *l Xhirel Programme — her favrbll i' lO ba written l,y Hoy ourite. Lewis, who has become promiThJj haa lieen Marianne's third nont of late as CO-authM ol nidi VIM! IO Britain Ih lour years. She en staying at an mternail I'eoplo" and P Uonal hostel in_Hampslead. %  %  v V V 1 I 5? V May this be a reality while we wish our many Customers and Friends a Very Happy Christmas ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORES MARTIN DOORLY & CO.. LTD. fi 3" I %  %  74MliMhftMtnt*ftfthW'^^



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PACI SIX BABMDM MiM'c \n ntflMDAl IMtlMBt-R -a. IK2 BA^ADOSiA ADV'SCATE %  HlMM **••• •* . *<••'•" r Thurvl..*. hrcember 25. 1932 rmusi>i\s CHRISTMAS, it 15 often said, Il children. While i! may be often %  • children derive greater personal Xun fnm the celebration of Christmas than do adults, ye' Christmas DM; i nbed as being about a Child. i I ChritU vival into Christian times of an ancient pagan festival; although the Feast of Christmas coincides with the feast celebrated by the Romans at the winter solstice in honour of the birth of the son. In the Fourth century the Church instituted a Christian feast to replace the pagan rite and ever since in all Christian commui.ities Crfcue* Mass. the mass of Christ is celebrated m honour of the CMJ I Had tins Child been any ordinary cl ;ld the commemoration of his birthday so many hundred of vears after His birth would have been significant enough. Had the Child born in a stable of Ibj town of Bethlehem been just smother Jewish child and son ol a simple carpenter from Nazareth the fame god honour which attaches to His name even among non Christians would havr DMA such that no other human being has achieved throughout the ages of man's life upon earth. But Christians while they emphasise the human nature of the Child Jesus (the Word was made Plash) upon earth believe that this nature was assumed by Jesus who from all eternity derr-rd His Divine Nature from God the Father For Christians these two beliefs would be incomplete without the third belief that to "as many as received Him He gam th power to become the sons of God". Throughout Christmastide which begins with the vigil of Christmas and lasts until January 13 the liturgy of the Church is concerned with the declaration of the triple birth of the Word'. "The Woi d" which according to St. John "was made flosH and dwelt among us "from all eternity derives His Divine nature from tlM Father; He assumed a human nature glvon Him by the Virgin: and he unites OUT souls to Him in the course of time. Tins triple belief forms the core of what Christ uns believe not only at Christmas I for all time and eternity. For Christians therefore Christmas can never be regarded us just a feast for the children. Christmas is a season of great joy to all people. With the angels and the shepherds and with the Wise Men, the "first fruits of the Gentiles" Christians rejoice with exceed Ml joy and the Church vibrates ft itl. the happy exulting cries of "Gloria la I h> celsis". Even those who do not share the beliefs of Christians cannot but be tapCWM d M OM spirit "1 Christinas. Kven those who murk .it Christian! and deride thru n sacred beliefs unconsciouslv do hofnage '" Christ when thev accuse Christians of not following His ex.imple The splendid human nature ol the Child Jesus, proving up in that holy family life in Na/anth. where charity, mutual help, respeet ml obere or (dnce bv human families has baefl I M %  ip as .i mirror of what family life should be to countless millions Of men and women. Ilnw could anyone who reads of the events which led up to the consummation Of that holy unselfish life spent in doing the will of the Father, the tonuenls and suffering on Calvary; not pause in admiration and respect lor one whose lift so blameless'' Yet the lesson of Chi tin leaaon ol the Lamb*of God; -i Without blemish. The meamm' of the Crucifixion and the death on the Cn Calvary has not been learni and in ihii year ol our Lord 1952 the Church of Christ has to mingie with its rejot prayers and lamentations for those of its .suffering members who are being tortured and persecuted because of unshakiable loyalty to the Child Jesus whose birth into the world in a stable of Bethlehem Christians commernonita to-day. C fu rli tt ai ity from the beginning was tilled with •Offering. Three days alter Chn Church commemorates the death by Herod's orders of all the male children that were in Bethlehem and in all to. horde) thereof, from two years old and under. None of us need to be reminded of the terrible sufferings and perse* il DIM of which the Church grew iVoni the imv "mustard seed" of the earl. into th< Cl world to which so many pay Up-eervtcc would be lacking in M much <>f the sweetness. beauty which in spi'e of persecution per our do; Chi I lenity alone offers t.) ai! human belt Live of origin v power worthy ol pursuit the power to becomi that n val of the children becau %  %  ell Christlaru are children of the Father, who IM.ms For A fai .il IWw Itrilisii Hoininioii Plans nd coveru %  %  lawUMia. Hliodr.ij (the onr selfNorthim ..nd. %  ..Thora of me pla.. Africa Soviet}. • rn Rhtihc big chance of sotv%  %  %  i political, ..tid social advance. The second problem is how to !£ ? n )7 heeauae of their macoessicons. vclopment stride* ,„ .. ml h[ w ^ u ^o ai'raeted to negoAn i American as customs union or atfiai well ai UmUh invotr.-:. The 2I.IHW.WHI |* r |>l eonirni -I..I agr.-ment. with a policemen 1.000,000 dollars (about £357.000) •ponsora rccogruae Briliah captul pv %  t strong feeVi HONEST JOE IS ON I THE RUN (By HENRY LOWKII | WASHINGTON. BOOKMAKERS vnr here are often so closely linked wu.' the underworld that even small operators art pictuied always as villains. j This is a characterisation difficult for 'Britons to appreciate. j The periodic revelations ol graft and sensational crime investigations go almost for naught. mi in poanraoN i prewiit ,. j ' a year to protect his 20,000.000-dollar (about American lavaaftof will only br %  '* Bnlislwiintroll.d lerrll belief in the cconumir £7 140,0001 vearlv turnover. I .t IMre II an economic Is about 24 nulhui lrM „ r e c m. !" ^' -Umia one Amphasised in I i.ubpromiae held out by the x councan or an acre o( land, the whole liahed by tho prominent Europear. BOOKIES are scared to answer a tele%  rb at lean five mil. l.ader In North, rn Rhodesia, th. DVJVy,v 10 „!..„-. ,ho,r I,TV ot assurances lion white people In the mat Hr. n "Optima" phone in case It IS tapped. I hey change tnei' that here 'wenty years and more Ulan 20 _a quarterly revi.- published b; nam es as thev move weekly from one hotel no fears need be entertained ' "illlii.ii V-ithu, .|„. Anu1o-Arr.eri*„-i CorpontaDa .: .. ,i :,,. u,. nar groundnuts "rite, "Chartof South Africa. He inswer. the room to another They tour the Clt> by car fiasco — the scheme under which '•' African's Chulqueal Wl nirkinp nil liets instead of using a central Labour lo.l ova CJ Ulon ..f 1'HKC' published last fortnlitht. S,n„ picking up Bets instead k the British taxpayer's money. the Caoncom area could support Capricorn area'' office. .. . .. a black and white population .if t ',„m „,v. %  • ft," li. savs. I trade ui. fho "Chartist" wants Britain to take capital: or from .ountnes aimioui But even as a Brooklyn drand Jury in\ back UM Capricorn scheme savs the lead alon with a su(aestcd i„ promote itt clop. \ Ijoates gambling, the "COP on the beat' •Except %  • am federated African mcn „, h: Ilgates gamonng, me H and sofl timber, the six territories investment and the encouranemcnt „„„, u f ,„e .arid in the Interarc as rich as the L'nited State: of investment in UM up ests of pro ; p. Ola la tli. .. natural re"> " million IMMHI sources They have Immense coal "leans 'or the British taxpayer a He ha. Amen %  In "mui In th. %  r bte !" Cr s T lcc ' ""•"< P'easvery next lenience, he .|i.cru ? ::r;.'. chrome, mica, lead and other minerals which 1* rafaOa Th. BtTtCUlturfu p-.tenti.ilproperly Ijmiol. The river, tu.nc. s. r*aaM441Bj lesi PITCHER & CO. Ill ( KWITI1 I • > in i '.3S,3S5SMl5Mif,SMaJj j ; "If "a man. fort•.. Ilinj; in 1850 lh r f.f ttd | %  iwinenal dYlopmen1 ni th i 100 HI .!t!iU. luid nterarted been asked—'wnen? is Un hat Th*imDortai on the ; i> 5trt-^ %  ''ChartUt* 1 siim> ihi^ up by recallto come ft' inn %  at Africa played a great part have answered'" i Hitler's dealflna fur world conWeleiuky continues: to-day still taking graft. One bookie reported yesterday that he is paying 400 dollars (£142, 17s. 2d.) a week to be allowed to run a "horsf parlour" with a telephone. SOME of the bookmakers' sorditi hack ground was filled in for the New York Statt stormy mid hf Crime Commission which closed Than la session at the week-end. The top man is now Mia|di iwatl %  ad domuaation HlUar had nothUaMaiHandtr In ths world todai 3 000 feet above ** level, have a aeriea of policies runnini, up to than the et-onomic. Industrial (_, tor exploiting the oaricuiturai. denwir..phle and cuiFinger Brownj Luchese whom the t.o\ern doubii nun rs\ whotaeont ment wants to deport to his native Italv. Bu' iaed control. "C"'. 1 t Africa, with lite uw'.itution of th j f nanv are %  •. tradition and lentiment ha,: .f Buiish Cvntral | Luchese cannot be found. ...muvr.i v,,ii Uic no Dlnce in his schemes It muM rriopmrnt ol Us* mtoaral ard • b f bo r "* |2!S* h t ....,.....f hl lame ww that Comimmlim i devi economic P>uaii ,,Id"improved""upi.n"Nazi corn federation, would mmn — n Tanmtccn p th 0 signiftennce Ol strong link batwttt th* latter, there are Africa has not l.een lost sijtht of lantir Pact and what h dtS Cr lbad resources re. ln lne p i ani of lhl Kremlin." as a "sorely need.-d" Indian Oceor There is the further point to be Pact, Africa as its coriicrstonc." j Besides ruling the gambling world, he if In Wtkn < Capri-1 said to be boss of the drugs racket and tr provaq eoal n iininK untapped at the moment I I I.ICI\ I EVKMTS Ity JOHN GORDON have terriiic political influence. Thomas (Three m, %  i y I %  v s 1 I i* A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS lliti'j r niinij full uiiiisuu hi your Iwniv hiul iitmiuliiiui uf neiiiln ami i)iii>i)iiil' II: tin rUW (Ji't tuully knock out all sound IISN'T it lemai'k.ible In... ly 1 I %  %  %  11 bnait Br i main d %  I *M k ., i 1T .. %  ; %  wbw hupiaat, Ctirartlu fp, (>m l agm Wllh ih.-m. Th y re the i %  vent h irdshlp on dock i • 1 itimtd a simple All doekan would Thotfl who did %  full WOrk WOUld 'lr;iw the iata pay TI couldn't boeauM ol ti..irTOjnilar Row nf work wit,guaranteed r. K •pie mout) was rauMd by a levy on tli .i or some such nonsense, and a doctor gnanini that u may urovs la i*> MM D| bumanitys %  lit ilit i ii % %  'taces b cause it bring* poop!* together n lined spaer nrlth M IIKIOWB shut nd curtains di hC >ft,eme worl lous tlit'i' uilie* have %  I 1111 HI. \i:i NT. one-nfth of them laj Fmdina the money to pay them the %  uaiwloid waaa hu DOOOHM ... .i buroon on tho s (een thnuxand ar*> iskad I-I Bad ottaM ^ %  Tho probton) i roally far more I(Il-t lOM" I •inititt' thai there arc %  *" ,k " floi %  < i not 16000. In 1c keep (hem iniploved. moderti afltewncy oquipntont. %  ainti irs is not ponoltti kasn 1 LrteUon after roatrn'ion is n ths work, mi' itmi'i.T ith ^ h A Brit ports when they the turn round Is ... oatly i %  lute manj othoi %  %  Ii through th* %  II %  in o movlna nf rude ilnl when th. taosd. aorj thai you l %  i Una •.' %  %  %  i %  i b r. of one is lunacy. AND BAf KINt; him up Mr. J.4m Rcgen. M.P., a member of tho B iw %  Gkmcral Ajtvisori Ooui i i -iieve the day IL ,! I;n dlStanl when sound ..ill be as dead as the DOFHNT he think Kathervd t^.th.r for indo*r %  tot tali i '. llrst l< ( radio ex|M-rls I h vo .. wirstm" oream ^d ^^tTJll BalnL that odd, lovable, inarticulate, dreaming f smUlah vlllag. gaV| us television was beniK llU "' "'• motor-e ir exploding its In II .led as a %  %  rnbtr with amusement She s inabody will ba what happened when the Sunkilleii in one of IBOM thinKs one r ftprMfe mide the prophesy. day." The radio trade set up a howl %  Ulfh1T SIIRIKKED that I was kill I Ol IUrop Il the sale* of radio a Is, it dorftsn Sja. I--ik at lh> manded that I should be gSSssd France bs# won the Saar Thai is a bitter pill .i nf groatar pro than it had .vet known was n.i: Adottl opening tor the radio tnda submitting ., Yet the,e shnrt-sighl.d experts mil)( wi((l „^ u ouhln't see it. How that pattern runs through l.fe The QrSt train ohuggod along to the awesome warning tliat man had better .inlei carefully where progress of HUH kind would take him, I < If a train ever reached a speed A of N miles an hour tho pressure of the air would be such thul worth the human body would tli>atograti Kojually, exited authority assuii'd us at one tunor another thai mall timUin'l sui\ive bstng lip In i^n aeropl tne. or to the OCean depth.* in ubmi to the ludgmeni ol hi %  ment at Bonn, Catarly he i%  i and. |ika Attica in bli joim with Bavan, wsahai to adjust the rn rn ore him victor) bt rote lha votat are east PIACI TKCATT pushed %  is hardly Hurdling British Ufa*, n of u. | umminji up '! flow between Weal and F-ist f.crinin> NATO is showing serious signs 1 pat pre.tige. and pditieal expenein < %  lt*worh Without Eisen%  work. M nwhlle. Q rapidity th Eun>ic. donishing nines %  %  nit'thing new %  ;. Will jump u> call it and dlanial jlmmiea to or] tin Is tho orach 1 f ll-IIT I 1 tll-.lll Mr. B. E Ni.iioll-.. rot :'i %  %  B %  • | IVIi IN Tilt; DAYS whan < % %  • | i %  i .n aeroplan \ %  > Minti.irv oAered i lo.ooo to thO lir.t m in Who Hew tho %  the ordlnar) man think %  %  A leading ihopkaepBf m in. natlva town nf Dundea put a notice m hi. .. IndoU ironically .£1.000.000 to Ihe first man who l> her n I JR FOff It dapehdl StW the Hl\.r Tay |V| %  in Oe i*rts When radio carna wttb Iti e%t"i bull Q^ two %  is and headphones we i rung worlds. ware warned ol the oars conas AMD Ag rOWast i mi | | i 3 id a %  Ctrti It] tlirough well be shaped %  to ihe (Irst man *rl —not is. For ,: dfOfBda %  %  %  w th the coming ol television, we in.,ketins have archbishopa dertounclng II on will evena the great dsatrayei ol Ifouth, i'i; • never Our llt'uclerw Say: Pulivv flsM T<> The Editor, The tdtwatc— SIR, In theeo unbalanced days Membera of Rar• much about so not -tii|in Ing ih it thev : % %  I i I : %  %  no know" i ight. What than that reient cril in mom* %  %  %  nflil',.ll flN" l'n.n %  %  %  musical ride put t-'i by tiu that the M'IV horse thoy are complaininK about .ire helping to bring dollarto this Island that more Him paj for their upkeep and at tl time furnish revenue in Indbert %  • Aa < %  %  bly get (I nearly ml many Anui tors remark thai and displays put n are ono of the major attraWttatH to v.'iiat does not attract doii.ii visitors are the unreasonable J s statement' I irka mad" in that Chamber nearly cost us Ihe wondi ed by Tl I %  two hundred thousand people m It who have to be fed 1 • I r.-y things thai drive n Wiih : %  a-ui '.,. pg iviio. [ eon i 'no r Ambrose Richardson, of lllinui.University, hopes to start work in the spring on a massive umbrella, made of thousand.of transparent helium tilled plastiipillow.' joined together. Spread as a dome over a city It would, hr says, keep out the ram and all unde.sirabh rays, but let in the sun's l'ght and heat, st that everyone would enjoy outdoor livinp with a year-round sub-tropic climate. The good-weather professor will start lirs by protecting an acre of land then extend ti baseball and football parks. Who knows' some day maybe even to Manchester or Dover. LOVELY Scots heather, it says in th< Sunday advertisements. Ideal for table decorations. Only a dollar (7s. 2d.) a sprig And then this footnote: "from California.' Is Scotland losing out on a good dollar opportunitv? ONLY two out of every hundred Americans are jobless to day (total 1.300.000). and gggnj tnr Net* York Times after a country gfida survey, there air Indications, that nex year thern A-ill be even higher emrloymen* higher production, and higher income. Strangely, however, there is u fear tha' 1958 will bring a recession. After sifting al the evidence, the Times says the only basis tor that fear is a belief that things are just too good to continue. IN St. Louis, Missouri. Jacob Katz, 45. wealthy manufacturer of ice cream and %  "model husband" is shot dead as a bandit. Psychiatrists called in to explain his unsuspected double lifp explain he suffered from a superman complex, a tendency to return o daring exploits of adolescence DWIG1IT F.ISKNHOWKIt has dio.v.n : that a. I'lVMdent-i-ie. t he II n"t all I-M-A. Mill He wanted a gUllpIt CSTefnOn ration on Jaeniai hungry '"i Die maxlmui hsj "overruli him, Thev ha< -i'ax I inaugurated ii.ice 1929, I gal*. | ., hull • H.OUO. 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THURSDAY DIXT.MBFR 2J. 1932 llAKRAIMIS ADVOCATF PACE SEVEN MR. PICKWICKS CHRISTMAS ify CHARLES DICKENS ft • %  ...e Sam." .aid Mr PfcekBMntlBfr Wtck, -. that favoured Mrvtt Splendid morning. gentlemen." entered his bedchamber, with hi* arid Mr. Pickick. warm water, ->n the morning ->f Mr. Bob Sawyer slightly nodis Day. "still frosty ded his assent to one proposition. "Water In the washhand basin's and asked Mr. Benjamin Allen (or a mask o* ice. sir.' rcpTide.: the m us lard. S-tn. "Have you come far this niom%  hmg. gentlemen?*' Inquired Mr. .11 "BUM Lion ai Mugglcton." vvropped up, as the Polar bear briefly responded Mr. Allen, said to himself, wen he WM "You should h-ive joined us skating," replied last night." said Mr. Pick wtck. Mi W. So we nhould." replied Mr. "I shall be down in a quarter Bob Sawyer, "but the brandy was %  >f an hour. Sam." said Mr. Picktoo good to leave in u huny wasn't it. Bant" Wery good, sir." replied Sim. "Certainly.* id Mr. Bena coup)e of sawbones jamui /llen; "and the cigars downstairs** HI not bad. or the pork-cflops A couple of what", exclaimed cither, were they. Bob?" Mr. Pickwick, sitting up in bed "Decldeddly not,** MM Bob. The "A couple of sawbones." said particular friends resumed their i i upon thibreaUM "What's a sawbones?* inquired ( c!> •*• before, %  • %  > if the rc~ Mr. Pirkwirk. IMl Certain Wh ' %  ""Plf' VM a live animal, or somehad imparted a MW relish to the thing to eat. meal. What] don't you know what "P** away, Bob," said Mr. a sawbones Is, sir"" inquired Mr. Allen, to nil companion, enWeller. "I tin ught everybody eouragtngly. know*d as a sawbones was a * • So,' T> ll d Bob Sawyer. surgeon And NO. 10 a turn justice, he did. "Oh. a surgeon, eh?" said Mr. "Nothing like dissecting to give Pickwick, with a smile one an appe BOD "JUS* that, sir." replied Sam. Sawyer. j ooaing round the loMe These here ones as is below, Mr ^'rkwick sughUj shud,,._,, though, aint reg'lar thorough"'"edWinkat, i-l-am rarltcr mil I .,, bred sawbones; they're only m B W tr '" ,,vr Bob ** M Mr l %  ,IV .. ,, "Ju hold me at first, 8n| er, In | ll tnunin'." Allen, "have you finished that leg , fOU?" said Mr Winkle, thai other words ther're me h'" * Arabella. I like to sec n %  that's right 1 shall mg which Is curici.th dem.im"Xearly." replied Sawyer, helpmuch. t. 8u IOI PICKWICK ON THE l(K" e.tl students, 1 suppose'"' MI id Mr. Pickwick. Ban Weller nodded assent. "I am glad of it." said Mr. inn himself to half fowl as tie 'Oh. .: Ii M iiracelul." Mid • nat too M door" and whl I %  poke. "It's a very muscular one another young lady. Mr. Winkle, si >or over the for a childs." A third rounjj ladj Mid i' Pickwick, "casUng his "nightcap "' tl? nqul* Mr. AHm nock upon II with energetically on the counterpane f -'* 1 ,J l >',_ 'pinion that it was "swanin Mr Waller, In a vert stnsja %  >.. It wag a "Thev are fine fellows—wary fine !" *X >aid Bob Sawyer, with ION lar and unswnn-like manni rallows; with ludsmaanta ma hl moutn '"" "' lhooW fif vrrv %  l,, i >v "" whan Hi Pickwick most Innsto the rod I tured by observation and refleeI've put my name down for an Ktra lid m Wlnfth shouted from the ..ppo. .irn.tcles—has got \„ t a barrel o' oysters astween his • A knees, which he's a. escorted by perfectly marvellous H steam, and as fast as he eats em. Messm. Snodgrass, Winkle and r\, his left leg. Us at Tupman. returned from an early an I f eight and in%  I ' I "Let go. sir." said Sam "Donl Wards*, %  roan 11...i gentleman Allen. "We're clubbing for a T %  u) |aet and the list is nearly over-ruled. Trundle had n couple full, only we can't gel hold of any of pair, and the fat boy an(gars by f r |j ow that wants a head. I pounced that there were half a Ihe kitchen fire, said Sam. a^j, you di take it." dONn more downstairs; whereat "An. observed Mr^Pickwick. .. No replied Bob Sawye Mr. .?k wltvtii ,!!!;, ^ .S'u v, "" lt an\rt expensive luxuries.' delight I violent effort. Mr. of anwJ^2S wtWlik?M*2aJ= "Nonsense 1 ; d Allen %  disengaged him.|f from %^, L %  *•,!?£!: Can ^ indeed." rejoined Bob Old Wardle let tne wa. I the agonised PlekAnd one of_ em. said bam. &iwy< i. I wouldn't mind .1 pretty large sheet of Ice; and the wtcklao, and, .11 so doln n not noticing his masters Interbial „ t but I rant stand a whole -tot his legs bead.shnv.Ued and swept away the the unhappy Mr. Winkle. With "Ah replied -I'-ish. hush, gentlemen, pray.' r %  which bad fallen on 11 dui Wavdla !>' %  said Mr. Pickwick. "I hear the in. flr, rtr.ii Bawyei adj; las with :i dexInsured, that unfortunate gentlelore. Whan wag i hoy," n , ,.„.., kwick spoke, the tarlt) which .. ,„,„ thv Mr Mdrwtefc ""„.,' r„, n Jbadv %  Ti> it n.m %  .1 w. le 1 -hen Mr. Hob Sawyer "Oh, do pi Oourlsh oi unthrough And ...^t down t upon* the aver. reund>, H m tli* tvogorating sight that can 1 %  unaginsd, to behold .1 up his hat. gloves. and handkerchief, with a glowiind resume his D tha rank, with an arI enthudasm that nothing could abate. The sport was at ;' % %  1 at the loudest. -hsip smart crack was n era w -s a quick rush tha bank, a wild scream and J shout (row an A lan)a mass of Ice d'sappeared; the water bubble-l Pickwick's hai r.tndkerchlef were on tl.e-surface; and thti l'i kwick that 1 >ee. ind ingul ii were dc iten inee; the d 1 ale. ;md the fe. 1 Mi sin igrass and M'. Wi aasn otht. nid tinned at th. had pone %  ,|iest assistance. %  tg to any paraont who might be %  rnf, the clearest posM of tha eal 1 %  Itfa all bis might M l ll %  nomant, arhan 11 oM Wardk and Ban WeUei china ihe hola with %  boMli vi' lilt) of hiredenpany generaiiv. a. 1 ttti i 1 or ago* %  : 1 tic .' vai thai .1 Uce. head and %  .. %  I Itotn beneath '1. and dis.i. feature* and apactaekM of Mr, Ickwick. "Kaon youraalf up for an In' ml for • %  11I v tl Snodgrass. OH implore v. u 10,red Mi Win1 %  Bd|UI t|nn Mlltj being thai || Mr, UKLNK CLAYTONS KOLA TONIC ilk young dropsy, who's a sittin' do' fast asleep, in the chimbley corner." "Eccentricities Of genius, Sam." said Mr. Pickwick "V"i Ura" Sam did retire accordingly. Mr. Pickwick at the expiration of U I ar, went d 1 !—1 ii|"'ii ti.e i,,. without parauelad beauty, hfj Wlnkla "' -\h.. R..' i-i arnKBitU %  B !" 1 J,iru '" k w,ldl v Mnlnst him. and Why. Uen „ H *^!?? I '*1 !" '"•ny other pleasant and nstnnthey both fall ni ni M sn?,meX ' ir. Pickwick ran ...rpr.se than pleasure at the sight ;1 ,,,,,,,,, M )if Ml ,. ( k „ uk Mt ,, .-<-. .Ii,~. < .^ Tupn1.11 and the ladtasj which Wlnkli 2Z0S. ^KS ^^?. mC s^ !" * < %  ?*tfh of posmve enwas far loo wise to do an^ruSg licnj.iniln. Mr. thusiasi %  1 quarter of an hour, went down to "Amhle turned pole. ,.. (hp bienkf.e.t. -Don't you sec Bob Saw>cr. arformad 1 I I said old Arabella?** Inquired Mr Benjom.n Mr. Wardle. "Pickwick, this is Alleyne, somewhat reproachfully. n f||||i ^ | fl rrrr"s prewnc* %  inllrman „, his v.... parUoiuH haired • %  ruck to "'. "J"^ 1 '; Into' thr aolcs of hi. f.fi i.ml I iek hard. friend. Mr. S'L'iJ?"! f£i". '——Sufi I ""'"" : '' bloid -Mr. Bob Sawyer," Interpo^d the pr.,IT..red hand a perceptible r „„„, ,„.„ |nd .„„, _,„,„„,. hp m o J Mr. Brtijatnin Allen, whereupon %  H" 1 "' ,„_.., ttrapi Into a very eo.npllealed with are I eager Mr. Bob hwni and Mt. lienl^n. dear! .aid ArabeUa nd jamin AUn lauh,-l in concert. SS!£, ??2"lKI32!. be n u.tanee of Mr. Sn -i,, i,„ H .. „.. %  ""'>" %  II hii # down the I Mr. Pickwick bowed to Bob "" *""'* <;^ n W nk, e7 Hall K. knew );.id be'.ter Sawyer, and Bob Sawyer D0W4 '•" ^" ^il.S'!,"^ *-><> '' to Mr. Pickwick. Bob and his veiy happy to be .Arabella, revery particular friend then apv\'w hf brother gravely. Mere w , . .,.,, lo ,, ;>(1 hlFlk M ,, ll(v pUed theinselvea most assidumi '•" %  l %  l \ '" M % % %  .,. % %  .-, I %  | .,., ind I %  I .. I ly to the %  before them; "I !" "'. '' M ". w nkl€ 8 !" on, and Mr. Winkle >.\.,miscd Mr r and Mr. Pickwick had U opporKr. Bob Sawyer glanced mutual to ,,(, fw ,, tn Mr> tunitv of glancing nt the-n botl. Ul of the corners ot NQW hi n s|| ; ^ M| ^ v Mr. Benjamin Allen was a Hi^r eyes. ,. coarse. young !" '" "\ \, ."„ ..L." ,...\ m *" MMT U) do H." %  bin rMn> I had scarcely w man. with black hair cut rathe. 'w'. ti" S t^C„ *" s i" "' r begun" fc r.nion rated Ml w %  i short and-a White fao cut rasher ffff JR* !" Sf and l ^--t^ n ? W.nkle, trembling violently, and U clutching hold of Sain'.arm ." ".J" 1 ''..' ' ''' %  •" < 'P Ci,; each I mm. IN: "Not much", aaid Mr Winkle w 11 • %  nothing Mi. Pkgwlcl lied -'rf his | put theni in his hatj '<'k twti or i i % %  iwly and qu i t| %  tors. "Keep the pot a-i> %  : n n !%  W u %  ' "ien Mr ttOm there. %  >ld fell w ,, ii, %  %  i linb re] i kfa wringlni th. bead I tU 'I fell o,>,i|| i i uldn*i %  upon so much of Ml .t M WM . t to lha amir. old in %  %  %  Urior. were still •Ueirad bl the fat nny's boy all ,i recollecting U -ting that the 1 nowhora i i Ihan i prod i gsM ..f i .iperroi mod to get him i.mhtv of n i cracking, and I Mi Pickwick was at itee 'ion, in. ixMitiim and once Ii. land, % %  n ins death of ., .i i i|d ArtLet in.wrap this shawl m v.Pli jewsek.* 1 lha heal rhui you H hen S run home a. ' k>H " %  •""* IIOHI oi Dsstna """ %  '.-*.... mi. it-pi-uioacn inner s neeis LUHB Inln tuui .n,_.i, 9 .pect.de, and wore whR. "J" to Ul Pra*Ur Ij" wllh UMI ...„ of drownln, M_Ml I *n .nawl.tare XreTl'.... H neckerchief, llelow bU "*' %  I , ,TL ISK „ i ., S breasted black .urtout.. whkh "1> '"'^'1"',,,. '". "Wot u uncommon IhU Mr. Winkle aUow* ",' I "' f2 bullOMd UP to MJ chla. apK^ l r 5ii!jiS^..'rnTTnnd "* %  ••" "Hi"' Mr. Welle, lo obey It In ,. ,„ tk „, %  I M r ;|| peared the u.ual number of .,. "^" ,r J h h J '.ertrt "old up. ,ir.'Lift him up.u ,.l Mr. I-ick|, w. -he n, pelter-and-.al, colound te ^^'"I'S'LK '' ' *• "M him to rl termlnatln, in a p;,:, ,.l l,n,.,' ^ ',;""';'''•! !" ^^w.ll,r-s bore reference lo ., Mi Pickwick mil In which M „ "'"' ","".',; %  fectly polUhed boot.. Allhou.h T'ZV^-rt X,lTu lU \ : ""'• """>* '" ta """" o.ln, .., HI. oat . M i. ttr ,w,r,, ll !" i n '' d ""If !" '" il. . -I ., r,.„,ii, ,„, i >• eard "" %  '. • !" i it dtodOMd no notln of .. I„,.„ Jg* ' %  ' "'„ J^ "" %  !" U throw hi I ,„. and and ulurod ,„ %  low, but d,.. %  wrlalband; and llhouh there *,..:;,. !" „Sta mh M, da: h " •'* %  "I bis head Ud emphatic tone. Ill ,, ,,, w L,,, i^" %  wu quite enouah of hi. face lo Srl 1 '^ S, Mllvened WTO admit of the encroachment of a !" 7 h ,"^"-^ ".J.SJJJEJi, ,nd 'ThMo—the*-are very awk"V ,e I humbug. u\" Uipplni I up; lo •hlrt collar, it wa, not graced by !" !',.""> %  .S u j| Y ^„rt |MS "•• %  '"l •%  . ain'l %  !>•. S, %  ,,."* fhotl" .MM Wu.kle. ,,. dually c. K nd the painful the m..llet approach to that ap" JSrS extreme (acetiou-nei """> Mf W '" l r •'•'.„„. •Urttof. „ .,, Hrlt! and pendiige II. ;:. ....,,'' U,u, mu Vh UV a,, %  there:, a „,.„,, "A humbug. ,. I v .11 .peak turn ound on the ,llde. rather a mildewy appearance. "?'2 .^ „„doW about the S !" >'m'" in 'em i > it. An imwttk his faea loworda lb. potol ?u n |..n.vo"^d a CuS r *" 1 d Ur * --"•I'• f • tu-nour^n ^ Sn, : .ir/' __ __ „.: ,,,^,0 (Jffl}T&V(WJb\ lo at! our 3ricnds and (_, ustomers (AW SHEPHERD & (0.. LTD. 10 11. I 1 llr..;i lutned atowly on hi 1 >med h. I'iniin when it which, without being either a Sg,,^ %  I'" kwick was A lane :-:... areatcoat or a surtout. partook of .. r u f(1 rD m ,,„,v Then the Yf *—•" "i' Ut '' M*l Winkle Uvarlng hlrneell ..f ti„. wni| mC n'. which he turned round Ihe narmire and QIMtttMl of both. vho|e „.„,„ w< nI lo chU rch, WIIn hastly tmlk, I U Well.q and I I ..mi rim after had about hint that sor: of w ,, crc Mfi Benjamin Allen fell slovenly smartness and "** %  - while Mr Hob Sawyer Ju | "> pegta.* said ing gall, whirh ipeculiar to abs racled hif t houghU from jMni^endeavauiing to .n %  My m.-ittrr. by the ingenious process of carving his name young gentlemen whi tha streets by day. scream shout and ream in the ,ame by night, call h c .eat of the pew. In corpulent cd r W'nkl. alter, l,y their Chri.tian namn. In m of four Inehe. long feclionately >,. Ml relf. ••Now. sir. stnit "Stop an inst-mt. Bam,* 1 gMp* nd do vartou "sM" WaVdle^'^after a nM ''*•'• -*" 1 %  couple of coat* IW deeds of an equally facetious suhsUnUal lunch with the agree%  ,i,,,m wM **! want, %  description Me wore n p;.ir of :(lj ,. \ XcTns o( s rofl g hecalx | Vmj n plaw trousers, and a large. r..ugh. cherrj brandy, had been done 'ThankVe rtr.*' replied \t• OOUbM broasted waUtCOal; out of ample justice to, "what say you Waller, x doors, ho earned a thick stick to an hour on the leel We shall "Never mind loueMni %  with a big top. He eschewed have plenty of time." i %  '' Wlnlua hasS gloves, and l*x>kcd. upon the "Capital;" said Mr. Benjamin lib'"Vou needn't take your H whale, -Tomethinit like a dissipated Allen. hand away to do that I %  Robinson Crusoe. "Prime*' ejaculated Mr. Bob to have given you live shillings & Such were the two worthies I*. Sawyer. ClulotlUM JM whom Mr. Pickwick was Intro"You sknte. of rourse. Wlnkle••" IK>K. Sam. I'll give it to you this Mk duced. as he took his seat at the said Weirdie, noon. Sam." jr %  1 M ix g.^rf Engh %  11 hour. 1 Pifkwi.k eared „..• for ppearaneei. In such an extreme M, 1 1 an by Sam WeiI5 1 1 ,, "' privilege lha v iv top of w* ,he had accompllahed ih.e dlaTupman had ,-n .... flfi %  %  a ;; a mine -1. •2 axtandlnsj out OfMrttnM through lhal an ot possible to do so personally. 'MrRHV HHI-TM\s: • KNIGHTS DRUG STORES %  vht< 1 b:eakf.is table of Chrlstmn. 'Yv-ves; oh yen." replied Mr. You're very good, sir." I lerl and g',i'lne>< A •> r % %  % %  sf& 'id iX To All Our Friends and Customers I. ; 9. WK TENDER OCR BEST THANKS EOR YOI'R KRIENDSIHP AND PATRONAGE DURING 1932 AND IN ALL SINCERITY WE WISH YOU A JOYOUS CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY &. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 11 %  E & £ K .I I & ? ft %  I *t this season of Goodwill '' %  oughts naturally turn t., all of out > and so "To You'' M %  %  • %  ii> '.'/ Merry Christmas and a Rep] Prosperous New Year, & G. Challenor Ltd. C F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) LTD. UKMHfiHnKftftftftftftftftFWftft^ A Hit/j/j)' Christmas and A Prosperous New Year is The Wish of the Blenders & Bottlers oi COCKADE FINE RUM ELD SCOTT ff Co



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THIKSOAY, IH.CKMBER 25. 15I BARl: \IKK \l)Mll Ml I'M! MM Bigger Future .^ For Cocoa Despondency among 'ho littlo onos ovorho.ving Fathor Ctun'mas discussing in th/it shoDworkors *hou'd work lnn.n<" h#m (Gtv unseasonable terms the suggest" %  %  %  • u the OBfcn %  i mem and Welfare. %  .• he led a Wain of tl loa ^increased CO00B. The team . % %  ned the pees) %  %  i and Usast loo et %  | %  %  %  u St. Vli %  nail conDfe into the poasiblDty of growing sugar cane In \\, : | V.illfN Thii ,M fai m. and i eulUraUe*) I soil ho* be-, ... I< p < %  •••' The BtroducC *ugar cane on a itrlp-croppiiu baus a* Put tl) %  %  Ml .)T the Mi rrwnpton took %  i sting of the St \ i Tho .. maul Brtatas [have had another Mu-ceaafu* I vear. A ltmiu of ten DM ient r..i .ill labnur..: 100 'days, and .1 bonttl >' VBB par cent .in,! ii week'* paid holiday for all •mo had worked over WO day*, The I lucf crops grown on Ibj .irrowaea la! and cotton, (round* ute, cocoa, pigeon I I ,\ .. \ lag botni mm T, 'T"T *0 SWAMP-ROOT can help you Your b*.k >. ablrl id. I ami ou (eel otrj 4nJ fcftN pUm mi*er%  >uhl, 1ninn 1 NM 'I 1 tlv k, j Biweml Sodon't sun h ufa rAMa-aoon hi *mrdfciM % %  UM world%  /..!'-. tad .,-../.' DOft VllMlr* "' *'" %  "ir-NHVt! i.ri in kii\i Mil >'"**. *M UK* IT BH,111 WV' Barbados and the Barbadian tty HI'llll sMITII IN II, 1 %  • %  : IsraeUfi • ing with %  1 . school boy know Honey wi %  : the in derfu! living condil found ii. Can u Baauttful all-thedelightlul tea bathing, flying Ash. indiaii corn, guincj -: rum and lastly, m g laa s ai which. I rmnlpotenl In pertie*. That wai Canaa % %  God promised his child oyiM nl Whatever is. has been. Thete 1* nothing new under the sun. Those of us who hava followed Ui 'ung* *inoe 1914 the liist world hava observed how th%  -,.'. %  .1 .. 1 there U no more B Jugo Slavia. the J( > hanfjail Palo Um I 1 Israel and so on. The natural condlUon countries remain i" vertheless. may be a anon boundaries and othei changes but like the old saying 11 %  By now my raadori "ill b aa> %  inn con p Canaan—ye*. I nm, Bali and n i* MOW. What OtWM proximati 1 bados? Not a single one. The French ai d Italian 1 second t i gem. Having Gulliver in LUIlput, I | plora UM peopfa who Uvi In thi cane-land. They dut Troin any other people In UM earth—an InOjUtSlUVO ut likeable people. 'I God to Abraham MMBI to embra < then l.iok North. S I an,| West all this land will I glv h. any perl of They have %  to all the things in life which make for goodwill and harmony 1 ) snaai lauinv nl A b Me. Tinemphania In this land Education, and between the whites and coloured of the inland there is 1 respectful imdi %  %  %  :.. lei two then1 same and between them dally routine. 1 : • ripuM thev nave nafede progress of the Island 1 %  favourably with en. thus t..i-h is fast putting tl %  world fit h nd colourc 1 InhabUanti Barhe i %  nee 1 no M H1 %  Go to any Store. Office or Bank and see the human bouquet di.played < %  office *tool or tl %  %  In the unfa IIV UM lust land In th Go on world I" : a blesaed %  %  I music but which is n n in the street9> %  %  time. %  in Church Yards aim ,,; in th,iiiiKi"K 'ith the COM 1 ; around %  %  %  clannish and uiii i 1 11, with with his %  %  %  tu have a fa %  Coming upoi %  I'alnment and White and 1 %  KlfU Of v;i.„ i. -i and 'pii it of ancy all SI d durtaul this pen d. i.h away %  1 nd spirit' (overs the land. But i" rote "us big %  us like our FxHera I b n> n II In truth and in fad %  ( 1 ia long. Now, will you stop telling people iihul it and let me have that Joll'i pram for MJ birthday! COW & GATE SS&B %,FOODo/ |i JB LESlltS Co, Lid P T' ROYAL BABIES Agn'i Don't miss tke 'Fourrbrtv-fouT 4*Ji4i6-//WMi/'#fA-m4W/ m Hem w a see ''"l" BaU -JJ, paaswlsauewaa aln 1 ill lh* •rtt"iC'in||i.ll AM was* W.tlxl, t o famout L>* bai" i • %  ca' aeftapen nn 11 latea i> l-oii>agasds 1 M ertni -. UJOLSELEY L'JI is A MOtoaiNO IVIMf CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. DISTRIBUTORS VICTORIA ST. FOllT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 *'"men H^fc akt and h lT e lor the baM Oihen *• !..f Whn< H 1 — and asssn ttu BSta I t: iiul II.IK drop ol Vt'hllC II T to roe Scotland laMugeeMsd ikill ,ii.iiiiu>K and banuhag waereci sssn apete ihfii wigakfi Oan r" I Whnelliew WHITE HORSE >&MW /f/f/j/v/ itll' HIR II IM Mill x m ZMerry Ghristmas '(she season of gladness and cheer and good fellowship is with us once again — and everywhere we go, we see, as well as hear and feel this wonderjul spirit! c We see it in the gaily adorned shop windows . and on the smiling faces of the people about us. 'dosi limited.



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PAGE EIGHT ll\l(ll IIHIS AI.V1K Ml Tlll'KMIAS I'l I I Ml" B -' %  '> lJi PEACE MAY COME SOON TO MALAYA Communist Revolt Broken Br R VV. HAXTI K SINGAPORE, THF HBAR1 I' -nmunist revolt. The ban* years igo, w the Red Bftjj w iwng over Singapore and Kuata Lumpur within :i year, hgyo wiped out. th.il hungry, in rags, dlWMCcL Brgl despairing. Tliey Wv. beaten by on.of ihe 1-1 at coo* 'hipu %  r it goes off in Ml on imc front. hunt doe* not X|>1<> % % % %  Today troop* fion Nepal. Fij.. El I Afl Rhodesia fight alongside locally have new weapons — a trained Malay lOldlei and Mala) laki Indian and Chinese police. Prod ki i. pr a couple of Trackers from Borneo and rifles snatehed from a murdered Aborigines from the dcptlu Malayai jungle bound " %  : Reds in the dee t Australian and New Zealan airmen pound thatr hide-ouU. And thi All ihe time planters nnd tminer* from Britain. Australia it th.^t no in hTCSffi and New Zealand and their wives, he i China. keeping the Hod* from thl I < bjD Pong. door>i. pour out vital %  ,:t->. | ala which help to keep Britain bos — b<>licv< d to i>r in hiding J\i CANT CAMOUTL/"?E THAT CKRIST.7.AS C. which li KBI ling in Malayu %  humidity. If he draws Bad* it is a toas aolvcni Hard Koad II has bath these men and women end of It seem' to be i i igfl) kaj r.poi %  that were HI Communist reported l.c i oad for out the in sight -sued show incidents* nomV It angle in No gu ordered his shrinktO switch fioru MII to political infiltration, to get ii among ina iradt Uut ba u too i. m uusqi AMMICAN SCHtMIIS on the nghtlng front In Korea have plenty of Christina* spirit despite the fact that la gun* -re t.mnmng In the diataace. The camouflage netting (topi may hide their position from the Communist* but Santa Claus ha* no tmuble anutflng 'heir hideout. Jumping the gun on opening their packages < lop. i i.,n re: CpL Blva L. Klrkwood. Vellville. Ark Pfc Harlin Llles. Odessa. Tea.; Sat. Harold Polack, Oleason, Wis. and Pfc J It Kcane. laurel. Wtga At right, a GI Is using one of hi* Buddies as a "step ladder" a* he %  athf In adjust the star atop their tree. (Iniernailonol Souidphoto j Mr. PU Aii"- \S iMAS • PBBfj Pae 5 in glowing colgjgsf, when anybody about her evinced the : agitation. i -wick paused not an in<-lanl unt.l he was nug In bed San Wt'llfi lighted a bla>mg lire ri the roo.n, and took up his dlnras carried rid carouse held ui honour of hi Old Wardlc would not hear of so they made the bed and Mr. Pickwick preided. A second and a third bowl Pickwick nwokc next morning. raj not a symptom of hcumalism about him; which ^ Mr. Bob Sawyer ver>' .served, that there is nothing like hot punch In such cases, and that if even hot punch i urt as a preventive. it %  ly because the patient fell int.. 1] taking enough gc it. Virol ihe food for th and arovi ilalil} n November a year ago the figure mpiei na> seen to that Novai was 531. %  fart hag (here been go There were ten eivti... wl-wlll to Britain and the ties last month — 87 in Novai '..•I iMl In to in | ufaj ffflai u n.i .ounii ,; bandit gangs a signal for Only m Johoie I. fire left In the Keu. Fiji iuitUiUon which ..lined recenlly Is quirki, cHIt of that. Thi.s Is the pnaflli .if %  Coanmunist rebel in Malaya today, He is hungry, foi ih< have taken away thl holders who used |o with food — inorw often thl I in four of ihen live< M anciatad, covered with uiTerlng fnn jgh to the doors U> Asian f .ia> thg ovai %  I %  I itlofl < hange of Hi'urt rtir i, uon. foi 'I.. b %  l nt are II.HI> Jungle .mallholder* who were lescttled horn theli ag Im homes into new villages have M HsM then initial gurUnaU le la and art boRiiming to I,: 1,1,4 i. tu,. pleasant than ever before Agricultural Exports Increase If you suffer from acid I..:i hung you mi// relief. Itcnik. \oolhing Dolu I) i*jtialumie thgagoasi ...ij -> oftag ihc gaaaj ,.i it noubk. Doha u to he lake ii in water to thai ill iioduiirt >olution moic quickly leachai aii n>c iislamad gweoai %  III!and posaiDl* suiTrnng from lx-r Malaya's health, education „„U ^l* \|>crarcaligag thai comsvad with ihe "on occaalonally holds up cars iest of Asia. Malaya is mosiierand lorriaa In a Irantl, srnrcti us and well guverned. for anythlrur edible lie knowa that the latest driba>*i>..,and M(,| l( % big of recruits, mostl> uhuolTotta) boys, to the ,, h haw bean t..i %  thft most Tb* pjantarg ajva thanks In he important thing .* M logupgr tti CM %  loten naUoi Wibo,;g(e ,.,i tl ,-ven the I.kthe S capture of arm.r.,l .i-nnunitlon. Killi^l then 175th |(e<| H It to obtain food. and Ihllt ; Promises I'.-mpler. lie wants to surrender, and i" Una rnonthg of H A.F plani .1 leafleta 'ia>ei. inanactkui into the Jungle promising torn ^>od treatment jf he walks into Interviews he hai the nearest police station. Ha apiril >( luecaai Into Ualayi i ven hears louii-spcakers from The mun who promUM | low-tlylnc aircraft telling him duaty (•'. where to go and how to net Uu-rc Kuaia Ul rport lhal ho But he Is usually t.rntled of the would not If In Ihe *an tagdjj ,i Qaht-tothe-|ast Communists, who will M mt „. order hU alow execution il he month' to meet the paoplo ot shows any gignj ol *ranUn| to bo coun r> god to and %  lolu<1-eit |... n | n So he fit-tys in tho jungle, uddilion. he bag travelled 24.POO hoping for %  chance to slip „.,j mllog to and Irom l^uidon for r even for attack by troops, ao eonsui tat ions that ho oagi deeert ii in udoa Hen in ICalan, Bit Oerald'i or battle. bastf i icosourad HiunbM > %  The rebel is armed with old coming a familiar light in the and am* low n nd • From 0 DOMINICA. Dec. 21 of the Dominica Legislative Coun. il opened on Tu**day the loth II,Honour • .i 11 I. .. . Honou i laay UM MII irtlcuUirl) lhal i I the last year The Island is primarily agricultural. DO aid. and the la-1 yaai ihowad on % %  11 th .ii' of 50% In i|uan0] ir, value. res are due mi igi in expoil of bananas mi a* also a great la i Ii. log valtrt and qu inlliv ol |mII:' Honour felt that II e high cost of living wak due II Uuad balnt loo lk and eggs. To Development and WVlf.ie |IU| haa just been gp| la be unlakan next year was the new I it Goodwill Thi* it Is ompletad around i Oovernini nt also Intend soon I da ill. and H Honoi r mentii nod the visit of ii m i % %  i it.. Oarcla. tne ..s having been %  ntinned, and it is hoped le llnpei. (of whli n only about remains to be imilt). II With the After that a or road to the Windnaui i ^..st i .ions will l.e eousiructcd. b Konourg !%  u D. shiiimt%  id haa been selected to repreit the Coronation i Her Majesty the Queen in Lonii. and the Honourable • Austin Winston will represent island %  ) Hi. r'< In ition C Igfl government ''''>ie to be hehtin London oatSttick Farm at '" ll "' "*" ; vs '' Il cstuhlishing a St'ick Farm (i oawilL, for which a Colonial Whe he first sot out on travels nine months ago local people ignored him Mired sulleiii. A smile might OUghl a hull from a bondUt To-day the villages often lin? the roi'lsnle :uid wave u reatlnst Phat in lUrlf, is an example I i i al victory in this vital .ii Ut against Communism in %  I Itiei a bloh i reparad Hat II. H.'l "it his tod member the the Hon. H. I) IhUllngford, replied i. Honour's address. The Council agreed to put on ti onl the gppi. i itlaa and thanks ol tin colony to the Ooventor Sn > rt Dun. in Karri Arundeii. K.CJLO., 0.BX. Who after 4> a MIIin th, Windward*, now goes tu Barbados as Governor. A Bill passed by the Council which caused much public stir wai eOsVpaUUuj the Roseau Town ( noil 10 submit Its yearly e*tit mates to government for approval. 5tne Mt thai lb ward) step politically, but the Legislative Council felt justified in pacing the Bill as for the past four or ao years the T-iwn Coun* gen unable lo bg budget .ma hag eontlnuaU* to bor%  iient. Thi Town in..* %  $30000 and %  asking tot another H %  that .f government iba continue nuking ti ouat know how the money i* btint I A as paired on Tursdav The Town U felt that i ; te lou i ]'. to submit o-... o government, and] that the llil! reduced ihe Council to the tatu of g ie'V i nment department as II "ithdiaus In.in the Ci.uneil its powers of control in the last Ihc CouncH'i own atTairs. When the H.T.C. gath< montnly statutoiv moatln| on Wednesday. Mr. L T C Royer, M r.ftooi i. and Chalrraan of the Council, announced the resignation, en blor of it %  mcmberi THE Alcoa Steamship Company Inc. have presented (lie Medical nt of Dominica with a Diatheimy Unit The Unit, which is used for pror ducing hr.ii within the Ui i > %  %  vallaMa for trcatnicnt .f rheum itic alleetion* and certain skin disturbances. • • • HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR arrived in Doiiome.i bj special 'plane to-day. His ExetiM a short visit, probably his last to the eoiony In the capacity of Governor of the Wind ward Mai d Hi I v eiiem %  take* up the UOVtrtl < lhl| %  >! Bai %  hados next rOOJ TttU afternoon His Excelh l where Inmate* were baing .i-.i-.T eeailj Xn Virol is a highly concentrated food made from matt gffjtfaoj, ipcviall) rclincd tats. cuts, sugars, rlusosc and orange juice llh sJJcd niutcr.il salts and vitamin* ... all ihc aajjgaglaji for liclihy aarjwtfe and development. Thjl %  twTfj chiluun eet lasting hcnclil b\ t. iking Virol regularly during ilictf growing jear*. / Merry j Christmas / and a ^ / Happy New I Year To our customers and friends we send our hearty for a joyous season. May you have a wonderful Christmas and a New Year filled with DNfsUaa GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY WISH CUSTOMERS FRIENDS & A HAPPY CHRIS TMAS I GARAGE •& I I %  £ %  %  (Robert Thorn Limited) I %  I I %  s I s. I I .? I & I I ..' 3. & %  aWWHfthftftWfthc&ftiUB^si assaisMSiaisiasists ssp 1t l ENEARNEY & C(i. Lid. Mums o$ J-iva-Skah TftoioAuuf'



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PAGE TEN HAKBAIKIS ADVIK ATF THURSDAY. I1KIMI1IK :•.",. IS5S CLASSIFIED ADS. n in it Minus 'HIPMONI HOI I'll I IS MIMOKIAM ox I, %  I %  v bMTtt. %  Walt he .-i % %  \IIIM Mil urn SAII; AUTOMOTIVE .... Don* !.*• mil— Ap) r A NOTICE Appltcaliona lor one a, jit Diari %  %  0 t rmlbil i. | '-* 'AMOI MM -• ..( K.. >< %  •• In %  .... in* v..'E l MOMAN. I" If SI In ELECTRICAL %  A %  |r..*nl %  .. i..-Kut. MM Ttmi .-.i. thr aaddanad apirM up %  When lrawa lo\r .I..II rv-aot%  %  %  Jon* Ida/ nda i i fife In b a m ,.• lo b... lha ttl.iw %  %  -now I %  %  ..lilt*.1, . ..I MI •b-ar i .... ii i -* iwitai, i %  Oaual Paarl i %  %  %  %  %  %  Trial arall %  It mid%  %  %  law i. Mr* rtomx* Tudor. Mn w..ivih., ata Mr* A .... r I !*".... ULiihrothar %  nd lw in. N-wa|>apar > irlvlna In FUrbadna b* AI' e"Tr a %  Ti aflar publication In lnon Con ian Gala 'in Advorata r-„ i Local ....ar-iaiua I.. 111! Bwfy to Study lice And Charcoal Race Relations SHIPPING NOTICES NOTICI! I'HIIV l.l">M Mil %  %  A ara rammlaat • % %  tin Mm irniu ajiil Dm al r I : ..—IT M....M..Idd-snal '• %  Th. pU..will I%  ii.iar on Fr.Sa. jar,....i. v II.TI. %  ..t. .. w .. ... %  %  j ..„,,., "• nnmiHimn HI i ,.-.>< mi.is II II M 4*1 NOTRE in.ilaxl I... I II K..... gl i.r -huh la arhrd.mar > SI nn a) md Trodara a.r aiau nuiinl for (1* lianaorUIIOn of iM.,1—. Icaan l.atal f.MUaan |o Ibr i-.avral or an> tatidar ..AaBAlf'lS *fcH-rT ASOC1A'" %  IM MOV* ii... i 11 Ti NOTICE ...id It*'' in laki irm opportunity .0 Irmda a Xroaa and • Proaparoua New n TAUB. A.rjwia *\ 1* AI I.. I'UIMIMI. A nfw body i> ttudy race rrUtioru has iiict l %  1 %  by OK Koy.il Institute ol I'l'crnatioti.i! Aflaira. laord H-nl^v haa i— I rhosrn first Chiiirm.ni board Hnrr rrUtlona within tli* Commonw<>alUi will b<" thip r T .., •(,. %  > i'mtllutr' taxaj r*ca> rclotlon* a* nr "I thrnoit diltuHilt and M* urbing prubwrfni in world affaira dri*. it ii pointed out y Ittt InMilutr, "trrM UM i rxamininjj the mutter in -11 it* specU. Director uf Studle* M to mtr Indian Civil Service ian. Philip Maaon, better know n \ % %  simic ,.> .luthor Philip WoodrufT UnduclorK-d donors have contnl.uted funds lor eaUbliahaim a .ittlrr en Oi*. mbji.l mwr c h mto rac#, relatMna hai %  in itarted by the boar of Brought From I5.G.! AKRIVINCJ yesterday morning was the schooner l.urille M. Smiih irhicfc cm#j In from Brttlih QulfJUl ivttlk| 1.500 i ") h.n;-. il ( harcoal were the main I r carno included firewood and wallaba Lucille Smilh is Caplain E R. Hassell %  Thom.. Ltd. IOK DOMIMI \ i. itor VMIgl Haerka which •i Tueadii.v With m.xr I i .ru I.ii p.ii ytaHrday uftcr* : I Tht Moiicka li lakillg a caru ol rum. Mi*;.r. lar.I a id |)latoe 1md Neviigned 65-DA Y SEA VOYAGE 0 i WVUMSN1 NOTICI l..,m Fur 4 Iroatmet i aa a wounJcc prisoner. undo Captain P H V !" ^L W CAROL! AI ALMSHOl -I ** !" thla aspect of aea I*. __ He uid that aa a doctor his Drat %  :<. St M.i(thia< duty l to aave human life. If ... paid a villl lo .• Si there waa a serious i-pi'lemu-. Dd he ran away, he would be m nnd g\.a prograi *"'d would be : caroli ind I In Mam "aua* httlUig '" hia duty. It waa therenmeh t.. tha delight of Uw infore with this sense of responsibility to hi: profession and to ... if of the humanity thai he set out to prove iimn call live :it at tea on plankton and rain wale %  e!L I"i % %  l .iI if. Tha i %  1 H i/ :• It II..utl %  aainal awi.it naj|| u> nj wilr PSTTA THifrMAN na* DanMli aa 1 Ho not huad i. i -il raaajonalbla lor bar ur anyotM i i IIIH any drill ItTOVtS fM I-, a %  rinaaBi i.' "I4MI Mmtf l I ifbtina %  •tn.ill aupplj Carport, t KinMontniv rani aw plua ( rharar. IN ADVANIT. Dial I 11 II I I n MA Ml A l I \s CBS O full) lumianed Thrr lalrlg Oial sue run.uu'. All iiH-lri.. run i,i,. HUM III HrWIIAVrN Full.' futnlahrd 4-bad. mom hmiaa. Crana coaart Ooub 1 Oaraaa 1 Horv.mi rooma. M|hUn| rUnl. ilir lv MonUitv i-m VIS plua al •BMMa, IH AUVANCB li. I 1181-I fn WAVTED ar" SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carliale Bay In Touch With Barbadoa CoalUl SUtion ...i. I w.nn ivv BJ M u %  • IBB Uial Ibrv r... .w>s. ti ..ilh Ihr lollowlnl ahlpa Ir Barbad'.i Coast aialla,.. r. %  Kaadlr.S. a A < oi llairfara R Dala. • Arrbanirloa. • %  Nlatuw a a ranhaln a a Thau. %  a Hpiil . Bulkalar. aa %  i Ducbraa. • %  W-in i>l Bnnu.li. .. oraaaa • • i m %  %  a i Is*. i i..iioiinua.il a Ocean Man%  %  l>v. • %  KastM. i ...da kikiv %  a l-n. Braa. > • in, *. CaaablaiH.i. a a liuurua .., ralbAndai. . Mi*."" Kun^n. a. H EXPORTK AMI I.MrXIKTS (RrSTRIiTIONl ACT) 1MB T*u> Covrrnoi In aW ... I on him by ee-i tlon 3)2) of the Exports and Un-I on) Act, I939.j hen-by nuki-i the folluuing Order | 1. This Order may be cited at the Expoi'nad unporti (impon Ucencc) Order. 152. No I 2. An> person may import from any country anim.il f taq lni %  %  :otlon seed meal, wheat and whcai flour. 3. This Order shall have tafati tubjedt lo ihe following pccn LlloM (a) the Order shall operate anl) in reaped of the type K'axls apecliicd in Ail I W of this Order. hKh art wholly produ tries from whirh %  i.iki al (b) the cartlflcata of oi all Lnu shall be produce, i \ importer or c (l i thr approval of 1 I cfal Secretary miiM be i '*tallied prior to Ihe importation of any fuch *w'< u/hen' ** UC Q Rooda is to be made to a country other than the country of origin of the Made hy 'he Acting Covernoi.s twentv-fourth dav of Dccemnr. one thousand nine hundred nd fifty-two. fty Hi* FitcrtlencV ..I Mi llamrt WhIUah. I B Da Oi-.a-' lf>JJ Uma. Iro-n Trl dad umki Capl-li. Jarq.iaa U> Jaai I .mi If <-l ... llw Slliiii-i. air w Smiih. 74 tarn, ft Brltiad Uuiai... unda • llaaaall Cnnaignrd t.. Ibn Wrbix.i I (laiion l>RI'AKT\'llKi Sk-h Lad. Wradlaal (or I \l V I ,.|. J.. <.., HI \ S X rVBirr*! lor Tnnidi.d MIS( KI.LANtOHS i ti..). oiai aiai F § ANNUAL DANCE J %  Mr* will bo held at \ THI i "t: mo N %  i:...|iwnj \ I'KUIAY NUiiiT nrrii nri*h •> %  v Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. i 1 I I %  £ 1 I 1 DANCE t^ MR. REUBRN OILKErl ft at Queen %  Park Houal •> Ml FRIDAY NIGHT (X \ Hiink-Hultdvi I* 26TH DKCKMUKII. lfjJ i Dancing from 9 p.m. to 3 n.m Music by P. Green's Full Orchestra ADBCUBIOK 2/* | A u'fll aJocfcaa] HafT -VrV/Wl'/i'/Ve'/AVrV/.V.'' Bv md Girls ILi IIOl I.HI..I Grand Dance chich w U be given by Mr. • II I-.I r i IIALX At Ihe K.fiV.M. Park, si rhihp On XMAS RANK HOLIDAY NIGHT. 19SZ. Admiuion 2a. KXrealinienla un Sale. MifU h Mr f. H. Browne's Orrhealra Happy Christmas & A Prosperous New Year NOTICE i one and all From MKRIIY XMAS K AND ISA HAI'l'Y NIW YKAR' Up. .M nnA nn^ .11 s m K t.KIH ITII Ko.kl.'> j£ .• Wr hen lo advise our Customers and the (ieneral >J S Public that our Kpiires I tepurlment will he closed for !* j Stock Taking from Monday Win December. 1952 uniil ^ >; Monday. 5th January l'i",.: | FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. I J K Hal %  To All Our Friends and Customers I I LOUIS of BAYLEY Ik. 1.x. .1 Ik. I NNKI I I I II IVQueat UM BOM DANCE rai ITM I MAIL OKhxsri -I llvl lini.iV tlaat TKk.rU nut .abia Any Time of Ihe Year FURNISH Up-io-/O/II/ it ml Wrerwiia. John >|. Bladon *Y Co. A.F.S.. F.V.A. Plaaaatastlaaaao PHaaa*> . I. Baalf||M 8 llaai-l a a fl*. Wilh nur MPat] (..mil With for a Joyous Yulelidiiind a uroaniitL' i..Mr .... and miUm •f smiles and ll.i|pine.. in I95.T. REDMAN & TAYLOR'S GARAGE !TD.



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I'AC.F TWl I vr I:\HR\IMI'. \nvi>r\TF. Tlil'RSDAY. DBCEMBtS IS I ',' Aussies Dismiss S. Africa For 227 Miller And LindwallBowl Well t)\ i/.r UIWKK A i %  i i 'Ing rigours of '; %  %  ket IMPORTANT ; %  %  1 %  < the Firsi Tr> M -. %  I should explain mj content Ion on ihe fact 1 i in ItMR \ .u-nct and financial nieces*. 1H5U %  %  %  The Wet Indict who toi i I I of U riKhlful i pp supremacy. • ,.... %  .. MI Undwall who took three wleki for 2!' I fO, wrooK-1 oi rx-ucriiiinK (rom battl South Africa bait ng on a I uie Souih AM Each to..h a wicket g^yggiing, took his Test total to M. and he now needs j only one more to complete the I double of 2,000 runs and 100 ; ickets II in resistai ill hnt Mc Qlow who made u dcilant 40 and **" | Murray. H six-fnot 'cam j ichoolmnsUT who swung hi* ha* < ly and shared in a ninth wirket Indian Team Rtxtehvs London MaU I. I %  • in* u me v.et innics In the Bi %  -. i ..|ori io-aay. All oi them won.' %  tton asjajnst the i>., two i iii lied bat* Iffy mon m their f.n.-tellat.on urcrait. Their May. In London -was brief r. is they In foi Watciloo almat ( JJ'.j*^^ \l SI KAMA WON A L'STHAI.IA WOO liH %  i ipon them I %  %  | %  %  i dye i ipPWC t l U) vie. ill one "in the bag". mount SEN D OHN on May 31, 1020 Chul>t %  %  ill nl (Jii.ibane In IMS Playi i %  I Our London spor-s baa. Speedway Ate to Make COUM %  '> %  1 | i on %  His rl %  '. le* is still going Into t : | %  by Christmas, li i %  rtj in he New Year. MR O 8. COI'PfN. Advocate'* Hpom Editor pre*uUng comtola lion prise to Ml" Ronallnd Hudson of QurmCollege yesterday. Mi-* Hudson WK. the Br-t lady to •ubmlt a esrrtct soluuon to th* A.lvo--te on the recent vtMt of the Wtt Indieto Aii'tralln LEAGUE NOTES in SCUMLKA uatelj After their arrival boat train u> Southampi m. They tail on the * b B'l i> Lindwall Johnloii b Benaud t Lanaiav b Millar idwll 1-1*. Millar 4 i "*t TAI.I\ 1-1 Dnrmoa This h Hendon% Year Boy Siroud ha* played football orta of places, from HongIkon g to Hrnrion and further north to Reykjavik in Iceland. during th • latWr half of his 27 vcars. He might, had he I'hoscn been Arsenal or West Ham profea.slonal. Inataad he take* delight l it Irt-ing a printer's traveller and ly 11 lion Championship will 111 i.i\ at I'i'l %  tiuiiiu LdUd between Dover and hu ol thase tc'inis hits over achieved hoi s. bul Ihe winner (iiptainina The anuteui ol Hen(up holders in 194C 1947 'l 011 H1 nl^l - l "' oblcctives are in 1990 H,ryi, carried off the Irophv fo. lh ^ : „,, n „ 6ldc Koin g on a the League. The division % %  g.ant-ktlltng" aaojienca with Mlfun you have t D | the IWal two clubfl in each of lhe* F A Cup win over the Leoguc| Hendon have nevei reached the crofrssionalfi of Northampton n.|| r( ro und of the FA Cup sine "day Uhe war until thla season Now To beat tlie Birmingham tor-. stroud expecU to > %  h muni rnidablea. rMdmcrc Si Michael. tUl ,, ipju^ rat round of [he Amutein i ,,,i ( | stroud iii^i In aecini CII> un Drcembcr 13. as a preJ Northampton draw with w him at Hendon. and apart from war service with the Royal Engineers, he has played for the • lub avet iince alwaj i la Uw am le.-mi "Why didn't I tuin profesnional? In the lirst place the fact that I ma taking to contact lenses put me off because I didn't then know Ihey would turn ou! well. In the second, if you have .i decent job. as I have. :t i> batter to remain amateur because ol the line social side, and the %  I loiudilp i nly 62 on the tin... Applewhaiic %  : HI lint out are thj gtaraen. St. Matcond iblaa will hire to go nil out te Dame, notch a win In thu game iflth 12 Kcv .Matih 1 Btl r, ti ,IVnti.l be Division Oreena seem iu be preveat the •>— %  llppina thiough ihvn i ..: %  .I Notre B Club. O Sal i laj (bej mel s Park v % % %  i gtak1 • etall .mpionshlp inary to Wo with o his it our year, he 1 fleer I in Siroud. cheerful c* bat cf middle weight : i tt.it trophy, team spirit, believt rRoniR RF.N MOMENTS IN SHANGHAI S H tNOHAI Ruflb} Union IVotbaU club alti runci will alwa; T?wl kanbam, Ei 1 i when lh Shanghai < lub clo in '-t. i i %  •: voted to i bail Unl ro ini Indl. een B Who visilad Shanghai. IUIUM run i.v II t is ! i" Park Rangers la't Salurd iv 1 h li uotieed thai il O'D n-ll North. %  mptnri had quite a ecntrelorwaid He replied that 11 ndor had quite .1 i %  in h ilf, too. J Dexter Adamg, one ol three lnlon side. But he does uclml' 'ial, by am lirge. the professloru,| can mnk ovei anuteuf ol i -< oottcl quick)' a-hicti makes all the difference. t He ferventli beuev %  this will gned him on not be so on Saturday What itura with e hard \'„. ,'." h out torn beck In ItM, petihapMned Udrt tughl at Uie team 1 i I. OK followed on -mil ,IK ,,,,n ,nto ,,Hl1 ,1,l,> when it was.'jetlcal talk Undei ... .. .. IU. .... >. . *" ,u "•*" a i~,. wn no fi,a,i. r: -,t.'.iiind has|M nl they are lendint ri fatr *" 1 "'f' n . ^ not. one of • i t, Ponce n '' lin, ,r, "> "-hn Iranslr themclub Oreen had few knock aim 'ere all out for 4?. Alleync took D Oil %  I 1 %  %  lorj M took Brsl uintngs lead. eed i!) Lorda took S for 1 i H.iiiK-, .( Egg 15 • I ' for is brought ho total of wi-ketlo 79 fui lha Ironi .-lub rofesslonal Blocritj He eomos from the other end London—Hounslow—and uent tit Hendon smiplv because Aienal ha Inown n' Holders Gn>>n Gaskell is nobody's business Two ofllcials Stanley andlescept the 11 men of Hendon %¡ roan 'ook on interest In' — I.-t'.S %  % %  %  i ittll i,:!r bi ., Bamabe) ittlon \m%  "ti I'omniitlet %  %  %  I of : iu. May Tip Settles Firsl 1953 Golf Tourney H> The IfarbwiltiN I'olirf DON IS FOR DRIVERS Don't obey proceed signals from unauthorised persons—wait until you can see for yourself. . i no W1IXN Vic Betxaa (right) of Philadelphia trimmed the Wlniblodou king, I'rauk aVilgnian u.lil. in Ihe TUtOtlaB unonshlp nt Mclliouruo, AUHtraUa. the vi-toiy gave U.S. Davu "m' hopen I bl| lift Bauu* %  captain of the V B n*viCup team They'll Do Ic Every Time oneMiundeni IIINDO.N. Dec Fin.t big golf coniiieiiiion nf Ins Oxford anat^mlmdJI • Uolflne Satiety PleMd.n.', .*7,. I D I ol Notre I from January 8 11 Tlu ?,,. BMd( UUS week 1 I %  U. Col A. A. Dune.,,,, Wel„ Dover Amateur cnampton and rwl) %  %  01 the Hnti-i, UM Annua Walkei Cup team to P U the v B.C L match, in ii m tcd stale. „, ---% %  • in >.,.,.,:,;, ;,,'.. v ; i p phyalck e.i and ii lyp Duncan, who won the l*uttcr %  Blackman and Ptndei ui HH8. Bndi bimscll In the same century l hall ceo. hall of the maw as the hoidei id brmci Walkei Cup playei Leonard Ciawley. Crawl. i won the Putter four limes; In 1 ul to add ii. opens his defence against ihta ivulon ol A K. it. QUlujan who actueved l i as captain ol Bnsjland*i t loket b l-orii.I.. rUsttalnai A l,,, > ,, 1 '" hnt round pairtui champion and 3. Malik, I Ambassador played v Ith lum m I II oxfiud team. %  '. are' %  %  li ITS has been UM %  in thai lha r M C .'. inn: neemad to have been un9fc Matthias bats. %  to aeon .ore,*i\h 27 ami II..1. %  l st Mat">an who retned al Ihe end of the .immei wftj pi*) m I^agi v cricket next seoaon. He la to Je ll: HOT* babe, ihs Northern l^aaue I'Mt bowlers tern l1 Jj,k I "' 3 p scored I bach | „ UOO runs last season He will lontiniie to live in Londi I'arkor Will Play Vaagum Cricket .!... to everybody in Barbados from the makers of "*0"rnf j 1 CAV£ SHEPHERD & CO, LTD Sol* Dulnbulors RALEIGH %  ICVCLE LTD. (HIIISIMAN IIIWfK MJI DEC. 25. 7 p.m. NEW YEAR'S EVE ball DAME S D1NNEK $6.00 laaM Adnission S2.00 (No Fincy-Dnn) S2f?**. r Ev !" 'n* I>re>s Only I able Keservalions: TEL. 3513 BBS8 SI. \S> Tk* Krcular Saturday Dinner I Dance i will Commence nmffiS***' DK Cl:.MBER 27TH l'l>.>hR: $ n,. DANCK ADMISSION: Vl00 ,J JMtM — Bnuk into yew mirrof again >n U |( w I'. mjc lour ich *hitcr, year *mii.^imrilv dasiling. I Vp MI Jem makes all ihe diRcrence lo your smile I Look how much whiter your teeth are after the very first week you use Pcpsodeni That's because Pepsodem contains I r mm, a special ingredient thai rids tecih of dull film — leaves them bright and sparkling! thanks to GREETINGS With an aqa-old with, ^ %  VB-I'* (lhsjr*1aais>! C. B. Rice If Co.



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^iii4l^^^illlig9Binill)illi3llli MMMMBMiM^ WHAT'S ON TO-DAY pi* tl.nl Xnu* Coiwwt Lorn IMhoo ut S. IHrt> %  touMt in* wrongs IMI i For (he Iuu .n U | And 1h* food thai 1 CM do *.^bM\nu^w.*i\imi\t*uuuw.iW*7\i t SKfrr t ufr9*t& ESTABLISHED 1895 THl'KSMAY. IlKC.iUV. %  %  %  : PRICE: SIX i >£STiOAY'; WIATHW REPOR1 i% •*. World Destruction Predicted If God's Plans Are Neglected POPE MAKES A MAS IIROADCAST VATK AN (TTY, 11,.. Jl. I'lil'i: I'irS Ml. v .11 in %  Ill* divided world on i lni-'ina.Eve thai ii would ! %  destroyed bj ', Praiikeiwlein : i and > %  %  hiinirjU sni -il I ,, the iiNlivjiliinl I dignity -I "1lu .-HI R,00(! word li'i:-: Mi ,-nsl i..ilif r.iiilil.,1 v. %  %  ' >'' %  deal I more with Hie faring man kind than the miwrion oT war and |>cnii which dominated mod of hi Ynlethh' Mew %  ninee hi elevation to the Pontificate In 1989. 772 Tourists Spend \inas In Barbados : %  %  "mournful B poltU Capital \. economic mil an i Iran o hour • pi %  nlnne." h< One could t turn diy whlcti %  mai\' • chine ol I i 1 has slipped from iis hands—and wlll 1U m lhl so Us In peril of bcin* overt! N |j .,. btd by them. Such m.tbiliti io conti of itseU • %  !, %  : %  t i s %  seerssaas rlaphip. solely Iron % %  %  TOM tonnage .: "Hut In m cast—oh DOW • nil both on thl contli I n iUio.il misery. <. %  redeem men from their ill*." In ObV* %  nunbM a in I Uk i rh liner that urn i De (.raw steamed into dcptTMiruiii/tf! ni:in bCCMUM Hi Trinidad, DM United demon if organisation Invades Kingdom brought |nmiigsri and "brings under Its. %  dmuustri lion UM entire jtamui ol poll! economic, social and In! the r K. L-*?:,I SUM life from birth to D .-' •'' % %  Ud. U.S. President-Elect Spending Holidays With Grandchildren [Bj M l>. Qt'IGG) President-ei' i Ins face a imu hurried home from his office on Wedtwtaay to spend the IKI.H1.I, %  ^appe ptcki % %  : arm and waving his hat with his loft hand, he unnned u he left hli Commodore Hotel headquarters and said; "J just have been around to say merrv Christmas to every ijodv in the offici Now I am knocking off and in_i << my faimh and i I chance t< spend n* ( ; Christina I*ote Wi I pen—£).-1 Anna, three Sunn %  tree, v.'. %  which i .•1 OotUtl !•! %  -iricnt's m On Thursday Prtaidi I I :md Mr lend COUP • '* 00 A PI. in Ceturri i %  I %  %  fu-rnoon Chrtfl Thr B %  Haloi fantrv Wi iaten In %  %  %  drove !'. from their home in 1 to wend 'or h I abn Is %  i ,rtcrM maa*aYt. %  %  %  %  i %  I %  %  ill I I "i tradition) %  speci il, lou i in Upaomatk %  Act. Goveifnor Makes \mas Broadcast i' i rtiun broadcaiit [ %  •' 'I %  %  %  to U i i %  %  %  l %  %  K oui i."i. %  id tin m HIIIK ow taaa iru h %  vrtit. %  PI roach W i %  %  f"lk (i, %  1 i %  %  %  : i ... %  i "i %  Mali mood .UM 11, I! old. rniK in the • i %  %  Iha pub. I ( H>lv I ible 11 line* |ii,t< aa in iha %  %  I %  %  lo I d lid nnly %  %  I'otmff in i-iy the %  %  %  nkind i C.irdinal El ct Postpones %  it.TiiiFor Rome PARIS, t>ec. 24 larta i>i.. %  o %  Year." ai*3wwwswi*t'w:*.*M^*wJi£ A Detail from 111" ADOKATION or THE hHCrilCRDH liy El Ortto. Archbishop Issues Warning Tli' Annual XnUU nicasaaje of I Thai '.. %  religion nurh u made I(tor %  reliKton and r> i This at—I'. P. Act. Governor** \mas Message i > rl< i. lit i ppurtuiilty rtiurte^v of lliyah Hi -HartMdn* %dto.*lr undine ni' ln-t v. ili i lartalaBaa aad wm \, jr l ill H i "BBfl f;i,\>>rnm'-nl ll• signed : %  Tt to the i • of mounted il or not, the story %  and imaginafrom a ji-r UM Colonial urtry poat rti BrlUin. iNew Iniitiigration La^ Effective in li.S.A. NEW YORK, I*-.24 When thr French luxm y UrM | lAerta ti mu lOtO Nan York harbour today, more than a fourth of it •* 974 CTOW| men will -v.! be ihlo to gg\ off the ship, duito the conunvrisiai UcCarran-Walter Emaditratkrn Act which wah attacked bv both Presidenii;i election uas*ef to put alien crewm-n hrough a wreening that o.uld fon • spend their U B The new law made • ..rements for f '• elgncrs coming tourists or temporary %  %  n not aubvrr /e It illegal acts. "' %  % %  %  %  rnaka Ua ii ilietii ..r ... \ 'ike nftcr 1 %  in 'he i' i...ve ben '.hrowlng %  entry of certain tradition J U) %  %  ajajiraai ad I argued %  %  Mi %  .... wrtti ml il family ,tr i %  aman ,.n< deuabti %  %  %  riii%  U % %  Whii. i Hie fain' h.. Unlghl . ( ;. : %  %  Mi-..or i f... Ih I lii year. hOWavei th %  II %  %  eama fioea id %  ... opening of will play will sing Tli, President %  f'n lle ind Marc hnaa But ... %  'nrmtma* u>und net '• from his %  rrrn^. A targe %  %  V s I I I I V V I i %  y v I I I I V I I I y a m Wte tftfobn of '(orumpeler and Players Cttpptf Cigarettes Wish you X Vrierry Christmas anc X Prosperous 1953 • III! BRITISH-ninniw rotAcco B'di.s. MU. 10. nmmwTymitinnKvmnnnnnviwiviVk


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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, December 25, 1952
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: UF00098964:03071
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
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ESTABLISHED 1895
THl'KSMAY. IlKC- .iUV. :
PRICE: SIX i
>STiOAY'; WIATHW REPOR1
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World Destruction
Predicted If God's
Plans Are Neglected
POPE MAKES A MAS IIROADCAST
VATK AN (TTY, 11,.. Jl.
I'lil'i: I'irS Ml. v .11 in ! Ill* divided world
on i lni-'ina.- Eve thai ii would ! destroyed bj ',
Praiikeiwlein : i and > hiinirjU sni -il I
. ,, the iiNlivjiliinl I
dignity -I "1-
lu .-hi R,00(! word li'i:-:.....- Mi
,-nsl i..ilif r.iiilil.,1 v. >'' '
deal I more with Hie faring man
kind than the miwrion oT war and |>cnii which
dominated mod of hi Ynlethh' Mew -- ninee hi
elevation to the Pontificate In 1989.
772 Tourists
Spend \inas
In Barbados
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B
poltU Capital
!\. economic mil an
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Iran o hour

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One could t turn
diy whlcti
mai\-
chine ol I
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has slipped from iis handsand wlll 1U m.lhl.
so Us In peril of bcin* overt! N|j .,.
btd by them.
Such m.tbiliti io conti
of itseU !,: t i s seerssaas
rlaphip.
solely Iron
TOM tonnage .:
"Hut In m castoh DOW
nil both on thl contli
I
n
iUio.il misery.
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redeem men from their ill*."
In ObV* .
nunbM a in I Uk i rh liner
that urn i De (.raw steamed into
dcptTMiruiii/tf! ni:in bCCMUM Hi Trinidad,
DM United
demon if organisation Invades Kingdom brought |nmiigsri
and "brings under Its. dmuustri
lion Um entire jtamui ol poll!
economic, social and In! the r k. l-*?:,i sum
life from birth to D .-
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U.S. President-Elect
Spending Holidays
With Grandchildren
[Bj M l>. Qt'IGG)
President-ei' i Ins face a
imu hurried home from his office on Wedtwtaay to spend
the Iki.h1.i- ^appe
ptcki : arm and waving his hat
with his loft hand, he unnned u he left hli Commodore
Hotel headquarters and said; "J just have been around to
say merrv Christmas to every ijodv in the offici
Now I am knocking off and
in_- i <<
my faimh and i
I
chance t< spend n* ( ;
Christina
I*ote Wi
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Anna, three Sunn

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On Thursday Prtaidi I I
:md Mr
lend COUP '* 00 a pi.
in Ceturri i
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fu-rnoon Chrtfl
Thr B
Haloi
fantrv Wi iaten In ''
drove !'.
from their
home in 1
to wend 'or h
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. i ,rtcr Pope Recites
Midnight If ass
For Diplomats
in.- DtlU ol the Etei
irUB proi.iptl.
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A Detail from 111" ADOKATION or THE hHCrilCRDH liy El Ortto.
Archbishop
Issues Warning
Tli' Annual XnUU nicasaaje of
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made I- (tor

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This at-
I'. P.
Act. Governor**
\mas Message
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lit i ppurtuiilty
rtiurte^v of lli-
yah Hi
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undine ni' ln-t v. ili
i lartalaBaa aad wm
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f;i,\>>rnm'-nl ll Bartadaa
ii. i ....... Ml
. for
\ttc Year's
Message


. witf to all tprritorioa on the
nounced
Wast Indie*".
SILLITOi: STORY
H h-';id of
B
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I
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.ii I0'25 to

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on with the
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Tt to the
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. of mounted
il or not, the story
and imagina-
from a ji-r Um Colonial
urtry poat
rti BrlUin.
iNew Iniitiigration La^
Effective in li.S.A.
NEW YORK, I*-.- 24
When thr French luxm y UrM | lAerta ti mu lOtO Nan
York harbour today, more than a fourth of it * 974 ctow-
| men will -v.! be ihlo to gg\ off the ship, dui- to the con-
unvrisiai UcCarran-Walter Emaditratkrn Act which wah
! attacked bv both Presidenii;i
election
uas*e i i
Tr u mans S/wnding
Quiet \uuis
v. asmi;
11
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The UheHr. schedule I I
" ' Hi.- | ,i $ i,.n .
fc.ST., m thai t forrtajn ve- I
baa
new Immigration Act betama af-
fective at midnight. In the mean-
time at Maport
airport- joo bnrdir 'rusaing
country Unhid
States Immigration Ser\-
u-gan tight eurtallmani I
At IdlewJId international air-
port immigration .utlioriues we e
I <>f to put alien crewm-n
hrough a
wreening that o.uld fon
spend their U B
.
The new law made
..rements for f '
elgncrs coming
tourists or temporary

n not aubvrr /e
It illegal acts.
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ilietii ..r ...
\ 'ike nftcr
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in 'he i'
i...ve ben
'.hrowlng
entry of
certain
tradition j U)

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family ,tr
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I lii year. hOWavei th
II
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opening of
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' will sing
Tli, President
f'n lle
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'nrmtma*
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Wish
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Vrierry Christmas
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X Prosperous 1953

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PACK TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
mi km>w December a, mt
CaJtib QaUmq
Holding Santa for Observation
His bnttMMI "ir Acting
General Hospital this

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W. It. H Armstrong Private
Secretary
\rliny I'iwii- /'/_
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DAVID Ml'HHA. and
David Ottten>. Arcount-
Mesur*. Bovell am
m Si Vincent
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MRS MAK?UB1E CALLENDER (!-f!) in charge of the SeenaI
HOU lii^i^junw for chi.tlren at ihe Public Library on
Dee. M ha* varra.,*'* -i-a-rnion H aha five. the une-tioni for lie
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holiday* with theli
rsiatlvaa,
Trinidad l.mlx MI..C.
Hi MIDHKY .TUTOR*
' MI.C Trinidad
lai by the
s.s i>. eraser for the ChrtrtmBj
Year holiday*. She ta
I i)i and Mrs. A. W.
W (I !. I! % Street
Also staying aa a guest of Dr.
and Mrs. Scull u Mis* Qlorl* l* hei* f .ibuul two wee^
I'-i .i Iw.-iutiriiin <>f Trinidad -nraTHaf Hotel
who arm... i., I'.WLA la* ... .. ,.,
/ MGRATULATIONB to, Mis*1
rlw O huh, FeUI..
' 'i-''. to Mi. Hoboit
Phillips, am in. ..i
Training
bool ftlderaboi
'ion.
h.lmn-il S\M
A M"' .nn {' l
* log here int nitwit froan ]'s'
mi kta r* ltr laj .,, .| -\
tar an route to Ihe r-Hi.d(j '
K'u.i.mi, mra Cap* .in.i Mr*.
H. E. II. Hunt. H
Bunl h returning home]
III- '.Till
of office
Ofllri'i. Trinidad
ft .S7*./v Wa.V
MISS RUBY CAMtlCHABI
daughter .r Mr. S. C. Car-
m..-hael Retired (Invernmenl
Printer Of AatftfU and Mrs
Cartnirhml. |f| ,, En^nrf
yelerdas ngffCMlUi (,, tha s s
We Grease where ,he will atudv
Sheffield.
hai atay
<
"ADwonh"



ChMpald
T'hi tngagemanl w$ ,-
i> h Thornton, ion f Mr.
t a Thornton H Meajani Hall,
!
ning. ilaughtaT of Mm Barbara
7,10 '''' .t|K un
nounrnl U-l* Ml <;co,r,
>;:,"*'......... "'m
- 1.. lIulrhll.Mif, i,( )i.,
Deacon's !{..,( ,l(1.i M,M Hami
Wwardi daughUH ,,,
i
u>" Font.iUll..
ftr rwgwf /., /;,<,/.
(Lf* N 06BORK1 ,
i .,:
Tm and Death DuUeg, im f,
tad KlngdM
i""'";-"1 * s^ D 0*m
io Jttend .. Mx-riioinh r.urv u,
'-""don. Pmeiopa
Trhiitluil Sutv*m>in
Fakiniaii, Ihe d-ught.-i ad
'!' ; tl. Feldman ..f
^Im-ware-. Navy Caidrru
Chrlat Church, u doing Itj.lio-
hool taawatei el Alaorib] School, graphy at King'-. College and
'- hopea to complete hvi ntudiis in
lh. > ."ill ApriL She will be married aa
Mxwi aa Mr. Phillip* ilntiJie*, h|
'raining.
twii ton In M.y that if.
much u .he lovra England, she
R KEITH SMITH. H< li-irbadoa for its uuahinr
Mua ,kie. and m bath-
kOOl, arrived over ,n*- fprcially at the Aquatic
the pi"** She wishes B|| h fr,cnd,
M. I" liThadoa a happy Christmas.
*tn) and *
ng with '-onfrralulationn
K<- 11 ..u-<- f "N'tJRATULATlONS tn air
'lill. 'A--* A A Hind.. HUE Jnd
S^'T* w attached la H.M
'i Chrtetmaa
M r'"*'*" ''
-niHFITESleavmgby B W.I.A
iMOtd the Trinidad Chrlst-
ve-daj RWCe Mn-tmg u
te- were Mra. Wf' i^^__M'-_/ E 9" Bethell.
Mra F. I
up* i t<> be i"V
MAYBE SaoU think, that no-
body ia watching, but there
are tea f acea hidden In tola room
Where are the ten? Tou'U have
lo look closely to discover them
After you've found them, color
tha picture.
It's in the Bag
VV/Hr doaa a Bgaaw punlt
W niako the moat acceptable
I'hrlauaaaa gift for many per
I W[ U NHM|
mJOT
Short Tale
VVTrlENEVER Mr. SUce. who la
W rather absent-minded, for-
fia nia own party-llna number.
lie think, of thla esperlenca and
presto, tha aumber comas lo
MM
Laat year Mr. SUce
i .Ming and killed a )ay-binL
That night he and hie wife ate
ihe btrd for auppar.
What Li their phona numbarT
Crtl aao *i on r-tst v
//'. A! Gift
MEHRY CHRISTMAS!no luic
trords betpeak a kindlier /celiny
aiiiuny men. But ditfercn? pro- JO
pic. hone diffcri'iu loatra of piu- M
Has Off
Though Sanu
i i-arl> i-Uirt this year, he has
many .additional place* to visit
needs a pilot to point out
tinp it- Let's see >f you oaa short cuts, start with him at up-
'..<.i/>.i the country of onyit. (-r left and find tha shorteat I
gifts beonny these grerttngs. route that will take him to the
Fire correct is a pood score. tov store and to all the six bouaas
- route tbul will avoid "
Dvt-KMfica a u. i*ni aar I
gelling Jay*
NeelWales.
2. Bene NaUle Turkey,
Rumania, Italy
3. Fella Fancuaa -France Spam
Iceland.
* I roelih. I-..- Welhnaehftesi
Uthuhni.i. BelKlum Cer-
ithout crossing or retraclns;
tSSUM til
aicpa.
It othe
d awing i
U MABfa f iri e.
tUcranr* ..ndrre .i-i tn
ream in. aiawoiaki lolki
to try, cover "b.t-,K
dcpcnSabir oorkvi
\KUIVINO b) T.C.A. on Tuaa-
daj la to
in.,-
pervd ,|U(.e,l
i^.,ul: ',r S.i,icty who left on Monda> n.Kht
Mr Rupert Mavers. C Itv
Ruperl
IM left .
i Tuesday.
Belhell was accompanied bv
laughter. Hazel
Chrintma* Party
MH,
HABIB
-.- 'I*i i.u.i.i.i whi.
SJ"! ''' S'
li W T A IT""
, , \ '""'"11 ! l-ruiitl
' ' "' ML.tnui. i..I,.I. v. ,. ,r
if t.
H .i Royal
IM I1i(ht i'
' ng at ih.'
t....... Math \..ih
- i itachpr of
Hmay K.nm lll -I ihe n. Thealrt. Ian
Trills 1MIMSIMAS v.,11 bo "JfW when Ihr manacrmriil of
qulla lamlta reunion lor !'" ,"','i"r,?,. "'' ""'" aniiua'
lha II n.,m r.,,,,.1, ,. ,!, { .'"I ".r- IIicUIiiiu. puny HI the
i.au..', - W,..ic-. li,.. >' ;;:-'n riaa..
Some ipomhru of lha ,, '"'P1"*"" turned out and
famlb nava not . u null other "u"hl> enjoyed themselvca.
m. .li inking. ,,d makinii
Hi Umt K.user'- llvnam "",',",, Th5, """> "" uuletly
iki:. hi Ami,- M,*> Alice Armitrong at the
' "i Ihl l-no ',';'"" I""1"!"* of the t,.
Tranaporl CO. .nrlved ', '""",' !" """ She men
I l>I..I... '?'" '","""* lampo.
.....i ,.i, Sardam '' ',"' "' * """"
. I'ler in the eyenin, tha
"!> of ihe family In Carolajfa- a,roup , ^
Hi and Mra '"'"' *na tiun
.....uah- ",~ "" nd even llyeller turn
of Trlnlda. They " Caroloera" Wnalna .
' li ,,,, i,,-,
Nether land:
way
Gd JalSwaden.
Bootlaad
.Sowie Good Advice
.ur Ma If
n ilMSIaM
KenaUtaetett
Belgium, Nor-
Ihomas li,s, -ulTered some
Finland, -;! advice for the holkUys
Ahicti we are presenting in the
i. Nedlatg niaallh ehejrnat .rm ,if i *ui1.ititut,on cryptogram.
Ireland. Swltterland. Albania. Just think of Christmas and
H Boas FesleS P o i I u g a 1, youll havg startmg clues to two
Greece. Rumania. ! the words.
B Hauskas Jeulas Serbia,
Russia, FinUnd. HN IXOVLMBl, BHJ
111 Fetei NaUl .Irani. India, I. B T >U i RXTTOI
Canada I WO RXOVLNEBL
., raa a ,.u *~Ti "'" T N
u*faM*n f ip""l""'N <*"'n T
uraas ( iini t *>.* i --uv
BtrtMate of The Saviour ul
'i"l > m>a^.ertme
Kewle... siacovapt* of m-
Poiaon. itoted clatatcal (eboU
r T B O.
*a
fluf Question

r>
latrnai and J" P-rt> Ualed two hour, and
'" with everybody StVTS
ind Mra A W. ,'""h " "* *aso.,-. fSEg1
HM.an, ,..
San Fer- ^"E
s nftav.
CorW JtVrrsre.
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS
Larol Service at St Am-
Dwember 2g ,,i 7.50
I Ihe Choir will be asaiaVii
"y a number of local aj
The Organist will be
';"; <.l..es Snr ,Z
* * Ma Kjrton
K.lurn. T Vn-muln
J^KltHNING , Grenada
^\V,,.nda? ''0.0
on
- hy
E J de B
' Vendoni,.. Bj
WHAT shall we get for Chn.tm
'linking about a. tuey pntj -tore Thl* mornlDK thet
S* I A ..... M
Matroril. planter ,
(
if.d came over to Bar-
Jad.-. throual, tha lllnen and
' '.i. nldeal sisicr. the lat
I 11 .lord of lliehjale. Upper
t llvmore Hock
tor SI. Hm.nl ////,
MM IX1KOTHY HAZEL .
"Wlllaadao.- M.....i| a
iccenll., retuiiMHl from I
Two frlenaJi who were drlvta*
from San fYaiu-laeo lo PorUaJafl
planned lo have i,,i.'n,a,
dinner together at a roadaldc rea-
Uurant. One left San Franclieo
at 7 o'clock tn the mornlnir, and
travelled north at the rate of la
milea an hour. The wcond could. foy
no, get away until 10.10
H.. CM would he have 1.. drlva "* "' ""** and
in order to o\cnake his friend t'"1. ,."nd*', "r melal. v...
at a p.m """ I" Kalntad red, but the gun
.-iii " u~a u .,p;K1.,vrllnw Which praa-
~ -na w Una,'; iVaMT^ ""'.. . , v ,^,
Uncle Larry'a
Present
War lull,!, Chrlatmaa hu
"*JS>jBaaA! """ idaattc
while his father has bought
iruck. Thare, .,n airplane
blue pre*-
Insert A Word
There is a party fame popular
at old-fashloncd festtwist* which
has a hyphenated 13-Utter riatnic.
Write that iiame in place of the
x'i in the following, and 13
three-letter words will appear
vertically.
llflAIFIIIII a
ittiiitiiitit
uoBiTvyinriK
nw m eiuru buimiui aiu eetrssal
Gene Kelly
Donald O'Connor
Debbie Reynolds
lON HAGEN MlLLARD MlTCHHl
mGvdCharissi

& fi/IOAfmADUi
Ifsuxh
III AM IIIIOS.
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LISTENING HOLfRS
KiS^petS &.-- if*1
ii ..li.. Hawtra
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em W.iu. M,u., :, a ajUM. Najui^. a I,
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...... iwna" lu Tin l".1"";" loier-i" .fa" ta.
?-... II- U.i..,. ,h. I"I""?' Jl'lntlL, J?"' '
U^ea. 10 n m Th, Nn, ia I, p m ** m rtw All HrM Bbaw
1 a
HMM IIKIESTM. A /f) 0OODS VKRCH.WTS
iJK i"
Bomb.i> & Burbadoa. %*
Hastings Branch of
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
is
especially
for visitors
convenient
Located at "The Village," glaring OaB, in tne
i.olol district, mis ncgnbourhotHl oilict- is designed
to serve those grha wttfa lo lutd Um bun dOWXf>
town dittrict.
4'urrenry Fvchsneeil: I soda Remitted e traaa-
ferred.
Travellerx ( i.i-qn. I.eUers of ( redil neio-
Caahed; Haled.
" lii'iuinc \rrounta ton- Njving* l>e|>i.~i| areept-
ililrted ed.
Stork Mirgel tJUoUlioni Available
* HHANtlirs IN BARK\IH>S.
Ilrldtelown Branch H B. INt. Managrr.
iliMoi.--. Branch. II. 1 INMSS. Otllrer In t harae.
rjett
lestftf
TO BRIDGETOWrJ
HAST.NGS f^OAO
tK*At*+mWMorm-
mm****
That a what taa
imo at one of the toy co
ueatlnh will he aninercd
*ve boy. are
inMra in a dty
B
d where ahe spent one eMIasr&S PUp'^
half years, left for St. Vincent his. s p ,
on Monday
.flu llm.ii
holiday
10 p m The
m I come
Trial ang gini-
SISSH. Wlllg
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ni Tip Top Tain..
Haiuntl Ui> im|
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a Vmrm, ttimwry Chrislm**, ..
To 1)ur fit I ron t mid irii'iidt f f
PLAZA Nil VIIIIS
9E WISH Oik CISTOHOtS IVB faBBMfli
m 'Very merry
DGmas
FROM TIIF. K.IWCFMF.M AXD STAFF OF
T. R. EVANS
wi> as Also lion ro iiaXK im. rii.\ or sntnw, rot yk\t nut
mra SBOI 9TOl
A MERllY XMASTnnill
hathuns (, amm
-All l
roan, la p ii,
IIGER WOMAN
Uati MAPA A
TRAIL 10 SAN ANTONR
riaUv lap
MONTANA
NIGHT d DAY
aalartfa. Mklr,..
FABULOUS SUZANNE

VIGILANTE HIDCOUT
a, laat
MAGNIFICENT DOLL
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AFRICAN TREASURR" I Johnny SHEFFIELD!
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Paul KELLY a
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER S3 1932
BARBADOS ADVll' \TE
paci niKif:
Al Tlir I in. in.i
l. (..II.
Singin9 In The Rain
GREETINGS EVERYONE, and ma\ l n It n ,.rnui, hl*i
^^r^'T^1 a,i'"""c!;'; ..... 'X'SZ-gUS:
showing at this holiday time. Its very dillxult to chootM For Ntc Good ncattoa
between then), but looking at them DOB Fhan < *veral lively p*>>i-.
think SINGIN' UN THE RAIN is first che (t the title son* wh nben that air beautiful u.
- have retained all tneir oncinal tvlow, eompoaslion ami inierptv
Wanted:
New Oar
tTgMa I
iXWfDON.
British-built car;
JANE WYV.AN
This cheerful film is showing at
the Globe opening Dec- 25 and not
only stars Gene Kelly but also has
him as uric of its directors. Witn
him u Donald O'Connor who Is a
ilrst rate comedian and u nimble
dancer into the bargain. Debbie
Iteynolds. who l* as cute a trick
as you could wish and Jean Haven
who leaves behind dramatic rule*
to play the dumb movie star of the
silent Alms.
The plot concern* the making
and breaking of movie careers
when the talkies hit Hollywood
way back in tnr "20V and the
ability of the movie capital U
l.iush at Itself and make fun of lt
^rowing pains has turned a routine
boy-gets-glrl nory into a superior
musical comedy. In this tale of
early sound pictures.
The film gets off to a rollicking
itart with a Holly w.iod opening
night in the good old silent days,
with the fatuous, gossip-column
announcer, the glamourous '-tars
in the hilariously unbecoming cos-
tumes of the period, thl
mobs of fans, and of
fainting women Altai briel In- .,, arrayed In r&tng I
terlude. in win.
of a stunt-man to top billinc are illld ,,. ,
them going throm
from wrc'lline ofl I
.
cetsM
the Talkie*
. ..
lar temp*

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in tti- Hltn
and mi. eat of

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i.t'.ion. wnilr more intimate tuiMa
., -natch and there sung bv Miss Wynvan and Bin,:
UnlMn by an- warm and plaasing. Thew
mi two make a grand tram and. Miss
lugelh.-i and individual'. T:.c WyaMB Bbo*ni that she is equally
a good, if no* belter, than a lot of
fill, the sung and dance artists and
i umininilsHll > 'hat she is an extraordinarily
Jnsi Kor \ihi varSJMlk iierson. Bine. Crosby
bar musical i* JUST FOR dominates the *ene with his usual
YOU at the Empire 1 call it a *su-l cornpetence and wry hum-
musicat. I ^ pleasant- '>" while Arthur Hrown and
>T | Natalia Wood are tops *
emtnaotly children. One of the most engag-
the talent! of it* two >nt hiu in OK pietuiv ts BontflsHSP
nv and Jane Wy- ''*d by Ethel Barrymare at the
it i 1 i hionablc
i Ok, and it i* a Ml
Broadway lhl!< veteran BCtrese, r;dng a motor
ben bet- scooter loaded with vegetables.
unted with his moiher- ",u,llhl' viii.-.^ gtreai nerhum-
le*s son and daughter. Compli- <*"" Is delightful and her seen.*.
srisan the eighteen- w'th Blng amon* tl
si -old boy develops a vci y IU
There s not much i
IM)\\l.l> O'CONNOR
.re I I
of nuppy-lovc for" hi* faihVi'a nmgt that there are Sflgfl
.__.iigla.lv who unknOWB to mm .'"'-' 7-u.g a l.ttt .- Zony and
. ,.. .h, ,,_ 111 Si-S. Ya in Behla -- to
I points are ">enUon two Thai add InMtl .1...
i tVg u-nily 'f PMV >' lb"
h . v an | mi. i iacip- P*i_ni
It. Jim McClaii.
And now foi our **
HIG JIM McCLAIN at the Plara.
BridflCtown, is timely melodrama
that points up some tragic horn?
mn me Conunw
their knack of escaping discovery
and iHinishment.
The background
II.i*.in where an invi-.tinat.il fi>i
I Un-AnMI '-" Activities
. .
. i-.mi out Ing C.mmu-
t-tv Tbg pi"t a ii
v* man and tneie
nice wi>vi n n,
riie important fewturc of the film
Hi. \. .ii Mn i '
and we M ihein lkrtmn| :lieir
eapandablai to iba aalaai so thai
mban who .''< Irrapl h i
ible can ranani niddai-, We aim
fre, ha
v -in,: the i rottvli.iii "f the 6th
ant to the Alt* (lean Con-
stitution > |l ism Unsa,
tl ej gaaka . mockarj of the wholi
CosstUtutloll. Hatl Ol the nlms
wh-. I U Uj ekpose tho
kin(. BOflaTI asarkingi <-f the CammHnM Pny,
turd> enough to take the punish-, fj
merit meted out by Colonial roads;!
versatile enough to adapt Itself to
sudden altitude changes. suflV
riently comfortable to make
motoring less spine-joltng.
Britain's Rooles Group feel 'hey.
might have the aiwwer to this1
VMig-frit arant m tne latest car off I
'he production line the new,'
tlumt-er Super Snipe aloon.
And ISaj have given ace racing
>iver, Stirling Moss the job of
. n\ina their ihaar]
Moss, at II in his ear'.y iwaaUM
i' to captain a team of test driv-
ers who will take the new Stf
hronph flfteen Europe-n coagi-
tries in nee davs. 3.352 miles
'mm Oslo to Vlllar mrmoso on
he Spanish-Port uRuese border
The starting date was eat
'.Wetnber t. espocially chosen so
' t the far Will be subjected to the
worst possible weather conditions
an every type of road.
To raw
four-man team will hITC
li h. night and day. in-
dblva of trontk
refuelling stops.
i ie i n eanaoiiiUaa at nign ui-
..hcii H
eimbi the 7.*03 >* I
Sv-itrerland And it at Otny OBa >'
Mt-tch
1 s>
V^^^rA?^%tt^M>
5
I
CALLING ALL FRIENDS
OF
| JOHN WHITE
SHOES
OUR VERY BEST WISHES
FOR YOUR HAPPINESS
AND
.... ..|!t U)

cepUon i>ui iv< i .
.!: iniatlc (mi"..'.
In lit* of the audience to Commu-
i.: t iaahisss|aai
John Wayne plavs Ht_ Jim and
It is a tailoi -m.idi' roll 'oi htm,

peart i BJsd Ifiai Otooa ntotl K
api>ealing young actraaa. She "*r''lfK
well and there is a w.i.inth ,n.l MB
'' M
* moat rafraahlfij *
rii it' all i..' ocra aw ipi u> W
AT CHRISTMAS
THROUGHOUT THE
gagfaasua ,. .
COMING YEAR
.v-i.
JOHN WHITE iimi.iih>Ami imiois.
Ill)
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
ENGLAND.
all of
.1 ii mi" >' I ' i_
,.h afarn Harry *v
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Frj4HWaHHi*S*ti%llt-MMs'B *1>MW>!MW>1W
asiifiisfa*i*huaiwMwr^wC
ie whole | m ^^^gs__l **'
fi ^A MERRY Xl/AS
TO oi it P.ITHO.XS Aim FMMEJVBS
noon \i an li
YOUR XMA S CA U. EMtEH.
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EMPIRE
THE B1GOES1 MUSICAL EVER MAD1
* T2**"Z!!** *
TO ALL EUROPE
OFF SEASON KATES NOW IN EFFECT
Only KIM offers all this
a Four flitchts weekl> from the CurihheiMn
a Choice of Northern or Southern Route
a Sleep \ ii mid SleeperServiee avnibhlv
a Stopovers en mule it no extra fare
a Luxurious D('-6 and DC-611 airlinei -
a l)e Luxe and Tourist ( l;i-~ Service
Fly KI-M's superb First Class Service with II ta>
mous 7-course meals anil all the "axtnu
KI.M's economical Air Tourist Btrvkt. On b
enj.iv the comfort and otmi^nigmce of tth
modern nircruft and the cnnndence inspii'-d *
game exj*rienced "million-mile" pilots and crews.
r OiSto-vJtjAi
SROWINOl To-4u in IJI ii.in rnilv
lii-niiirrnvi I.I.". K sill p mi
Sat, I..10. LSI \ :in m
Sin. In Tni-s l.l.'i i "JO pni.
Sal. MMNiN- Spiiinl
REPUB1 !' ACTION 0ODB1 I
\tx\ ii.i.is .i B lacaon
UTAH WAOOH TRAIN
and
UIZOMA SMNHI NT
will.
Jnmr. HKI.I.K Knv IfMM'ROFT
"OLYMPIC
To hm ill Ml p m. only
T.. iim-r.i.i la Sim i.:iii Ml
SBPUBUC WHOLE SEB1AL
IADAR Ml v nOH THE MOOM
J | 1M,
cjmi.ii H0OBK R-.y SABCBOFT
ROXY
Indav it Ml pia<>">>
in-.....rta la Han, kM Ml
1 N1VERSAL SUPER
Van IIKKI.1N Vviinnr HE CARLO
TOMAHAWK
(TaihatnlaF)
mill
SALLY and SAINT ANNE
Btarrtni
Ami ni.vTli iMi.iuiiii hwknv
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PORT OK FORTY THIEVES
Tm >il ri" I Ml
DOUBLI ATTRAl
I .on CHANR in
WOLFMAN
mid
PF.ABODY and THE MERMAID
Sl .il 1 Hi p.m.
DOUBLE
Kara (IE Till, nnd I.AMI1I.KKK
IM1III (AI.IEORMA STARS
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(x)iih oaJUf $ood
UJi&li h> oka many
II. I HIT 1 IPOS I O-OP.
IOITOX FACTOmV LTD.
DOUBLE
Mid-.N'ilr Sul
ABBOTT & (llllllll
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IT AINT HAY
and
(ODE OP Tilt LAWLESS
with
Kirbv OSANT Eu> KNIOH1
DOUBLE
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CAI.IEOIIMV PASSAOI
and
SI'OII.KKs OP TIIF II \lss
ROYAL
I,, li ,i ,ii MS p.m. Only
Tii-niorniw ut 1.30 & 8.:ill p.m.
II KO DOUBLE
Rubrrl MIT( III M Julii- RISSEI.I.
in
HIS KIND OF WOMAN
and
TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD WOMAN
mlli
Jnliniii WIEsstU'LI.EH llrrnd.i JUVC'E
Sal. & Sun. I i" A' Ml p.m.
Chariai LAUOHTON Naaraaa oinn
THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME
Virl.r MATURE Trrri MOOSE
GAMBLING HOUSE
Man. & Tata. I :i -3n
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Mini: C ROSBY in
HERF. COMES THE GROOM
AND
NO MAN OF HER OWN.
SUBwwwaw^


FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIIIRSDAY. IHCtMBKR 23. 1M2
First INighl After
65-Day Sea Voyage
Was Splciidid
DM. BQttfBAMD


B imbard is alaymi; on tx>ard
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and he ***** aX LBt
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med In to .noralc on about Ihrw
IfcllOl l.lll IO It HUH.I IOU \

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til when ho
that one day he 11
he wa
' in osae*. hi* qtooa,
f'*' thm-
I understand my
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Dr. Bombards Christians Go To Bethlehem
Peal Amazes
Barbadians




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I>r B0MB0RD8 rubber dinghy LHeretiqne could not -ail ..vaunt Up wind *o It wi. brought from
Stroud Bay to Bridgetown on top of Mr Ian Oale'n Austin Beven.
Oi the wr down it aromcd natch comment from people on tao road and nearly frightened othert off
ihcli blcvclca.
U. the Carib- iteur (.. II. M
hoping
.iicm.
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i nnoi hclo do
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nan for ba da
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up h:s Idea of th:
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Oh, my |-K.r sail said Dr. Jb>>
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raftii. m
b
craft at
moral*
'hem that It f
life boats I
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paopfeJ u-
be much

Nrvrr Sea Sick
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'he Arakaka. Tho


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l.aight IS months ago in Gucrn- *'"" '" !
very satUrtod with himself todn>
"> "' 'i"'i...." ","[ .'^'i"o -jay bean"i'iiiwr"ta Barbate* or oa havinj btaafcJart anil bo up la Tho papan .aid
,,, ,,., ,, French West bi the cabin, re the \oyag.- and llvart.
The happy iioup chatted over Ha hat proved tti.it mm can Itva
Whan he intimated 'hat he Hts interest In the French breakf ltn! ,, thja duri, but Ibara must u
. ,.. I indli n Weil indi^ WM patriotic Ai a aomi of hu egporieneai during tho ., ., .,, ,,UM mak.
|ava an Frenchman, he wanton 10 ia. tin A! Ihoji had a a ,r(p , lh na,urP.
II.iiiu- lagan aiaai iM no on* abcaiM . mm ,.,.,. ,,, ,hl. French Coionte* nut drink, and par! ,. i,. am:,r,r
, a happ> augury thai h<* friends were here, and now i
,ard to Barba- the Preldenl wm "you lii." f ,r- ,. ,(l,.y arc re-united, he ! ;
he war reunited tlddan ma to tall any mora l extramely happy to be here. Ha
. further apolo- ^lt! '
_ t When the Stamland. rccalved ">-----~~~ ... A neaman with 23 year, at
i.f hi. arrival And so Dr. Bombard weighed <,s f hu arrival at Barbadoi Ama rrci*nl '
.....lanca. wear- ,, Tue.day. they were mo.t Mr. SU to mS JuS 1
the flm ,n .. tiul.y hat which wa. mnec happy. They were with Dr. Dr. Bombard ag a CnrUUnal pra-
he lort at nea. He arrlvad at Las [).., Pavnt, and immediately, etat As ha received it th, doc- ""'""" h"' ",?,,
. ,.l th. |>,lm on September 3. and the, hurried to th. Central If s eves lit up. and h. ga-pod mani in m I ..no arouU
I M Club again set sail on Oclober llh. | ,v,h.i H Mb. """^1____________
i,l,, the) wrlcmod Ih.-lr l.al.r I)r. Ilomlnril and Miss
Gordon left for II
The re-union ntal "";-!' .""d om. shopping.
:nc Stamland. nor Dr.
IPanbard by brtng- B,um.b.,.d. ^[i.
ing him to Barbados, and ae.-ond- P>
ly, the Np
u?2 SSu^ThS ai. ;:'"' ^u'v '

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MAX-PAPER
COHKl>P(lM)ENT
a/hat their |

ir Chrulmas to
Da^rirjooo but
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is that during the past few .
boforo Dr, B-imbard ar-
Dutch i
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...in.i..1. i laarot.
...ill. f
The ftafl
in*. The ;
ihoC- 4 i be nothing o
HI pru^eeo to Bethlehem.
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v.,1. tbO M:iml.m,l, 0T0 both ,, v,h(.n ..,. , ni8ht>
Laid up with the -llu". and Mm. h ,, k
SUnlland gOl out Of bed t.. meet h'
In the
whethei

i taaat dingy or in the .
doctor when tho] recotvod hu ,,,. .,, .I,,|,i....
his arrival. F, illli;e wh,,. ,u. |,.r, u
During Tuesday night, the mi,1lth, ago. Hr un ' Mil ;, tri(1 through the
brotod ihnr
| ,. .
on board
pint"
of hi*
AFTER 00 at a, h.ppT rrunlon on board the yacht 'Nymph Errant".
BrtB Oaitloo, nr Bombard. Mri Btamland. MaaUr Ian
Ulamlaiid and John Stamland owner of the "Nymph Errant".
Dr. Bombard in telling his friend* ho me of hi* oaperlancea diir-
Lof in H a ri tawaataa| uf tin- Atlantii- in a IB ft. rubber dinghy.
\il\... t. \i
Ii on l)i-k
N>mph
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''nking ,, .;( ,,, iIm hi
Barbados
human being can Uvo
mornini when tha tjUinktun and water, the doctor
ted the Yam' which ftrit time
he ro-uriionuut, with tl ,
nu- Oordcn, Uu Auatra- t,K1.,, priaooei durtni
iber of the Crew of the like a wound
l.rram. MonalOUi fJuy t|,.i he- should tie jjivcn the same
. Fronchman holmoyin| t) o |JKr ia.
ptcion
Bcxordlnf to mo roroiafD
di Mldex.
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Dutch Government offices whom

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Till KM) U lit i I Mill li :,
IIVKIIUHIS M)\il ill
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Man Musi Face Gram I
Sessions For House
Breaking And Larceir
HIS WORSHIP MR. E A McLEOD. Police Maijistrate
uf District "A", vesterday committed to Ihe next sutmi: ot
the Court of Grand Sessions, 24-year-old Ivan Kim ''I
Kendal Hill. Christ Church, on a charge'of breaktiv Into
the Civic Store, Sma Strwi and stealnu artlclM to the
value of 44 11s. Id sometime between Nov ;i mill Nov 4
Sgi. AlicyiK. aUachi
llrixul SI. Was
One Way SI reel
Yeslertlay
UIWIIl HUM VIS H Itkl >
Police Station prosecuted for toe
Police in the prelmJiia: >
REMANDED WITH BAIL
Oswald Marshall iifti,
Road, St. Michael w ieii:,.r,m.i
with bail in the sum ol '
I*-.-. 3U wiiti, h. anpei n
Worship Mi. u li Griffith,

Acting Pouca Maattrata of Dto- STf*' yl"a>- for bicjr
.
a*, charged i>. u.
with the larceny of a quamn. I
building lime the piopcin ol
Manning & Co.. Ltd.
The prosecution alleged thai the
Hence was committed -
Tlio value of the lime M
14 7 6.
IN0Err NT LANGIAUl
1'' llCeiTl.lll OppOl .'
Ltd. directed p
Street
It s the last shopping .1
to ChrMfflM .hmI (teoplp ag parked tl
IM
Tn.\ ware n iklnj iha
minute y
n starch of toys, and
.'ere converting cash pre
A fine of 20 to be paid In *
duvs or one month's Imprisonment Wye, sweets, etc.
with hard labour was imposed on
C riestcrfleld Tam of Hraggs Hill. Although a number at
S'.. Joseph by His Worship Mr. from the country came into town,
>' Griffith. Actinit Police Iba eounlrj HIOpI in
Magistrate of District A", for trowded with Christmas shoppers
using indecent language on Bust* yesterday
Alley, St. Michael yesterday Sellers of artificial .lowers did
morning. brisk trade yesterday I
Taitt pleaded guilty to tin- wives bought without much i-ct -
chair**. The case was brought by nUMlon an Island Constable Grvenidne while majority if Ihe seller*, an
Sgt Alleyne prosecuted for the home with a smila <>' coi
Police. < THEFTS REPORTED Last night Broad Street aw
-- filled with people admiring Ihe
Uriol Rxcoda of the H b H ,, .. ,;, ... Hare
hurch reported to tin ,1c were
Efccd Ol J. uel!er\
Firm \\ iia IHrk. \
i MVaaaaa
:
ie of i'
.tiles than
tha i"i-i ie-
.. tha thousand*.
'
"ii | liti*
h i un. yaw than la tha
pas: an.t UUon went
to the aat
.i n I!n'il laial year
how nuch
.
klghl -n hi -oln-
i i' Miif he was uc
i ghi Haaarvai
was woU
' Mi, pat K from an eart

Wone quality street
K another.
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- I) Thi' is ih< second tin**
the ii i af 1
t iiihi that a ompieto set of
< .ect an
(ioinniur.itx C*li*ir
To Civf Recital
.
BAYLEY tngbti Uke- the
Ir BayUy won ta* Advocate's
Number rompttll
Bundaj Dacembar Utr
fin i-ti
1
i *iii in- lad b) Mi
- II ciaan n will ba
the island's
including Hi
W H W
fctrTS. E lleadlej and hat
Mi Bei
i Mi

^i\^i%i%WM\i\tiWA',*'^M^'A^i*i^f^'i,
Police yesterdny that a earner;
valued at $250 ami a Wl
valued at S120 which '
Rockley Beach. ChrJI Church
about 3.30 p.m. oq IVe J3 fri
stolen.
J. B Marsh of B
t'lu.-t Church reported that a
tfuantity of articles vallMd >t %\t
lolan from hi* real da no
Omatime between Dec. 22 and
Dec. 23
Harold Yearwood of simmer'
Village. St. Joseph reported
a sheep valued
from his yard o
23
ishing e;n b OthH i Iha
menu of tiu- eat
-atmosphere pri t
happy
Itliiwl (iirl From GattMUl)
S|ir;ik- Five I^anguagrs
Church Services
Of Hong Kn; MARIANNE WILKE \
wlntW ti'im *\ Hi'idtlbcrK
ROAD ACCIDENT
Shortly
Hong Kong take
.. a new iitHik s<" n published bj
t *io was stolon h.M. Bl Office on bahaU
the mght of i)c 0f In<. Colonial Offlci Thii
the sior> of Hong Kong She
in no dry Mug-book i
knaari five languagae
:. dgi Engllih ii.iii.in t m .. i
after h :in m raatar- v,n'"n bv Haro'a Infraina. nolad -nd UMn, and she has sUrted
dv in icrnleiit t- ciim-.i on particularly for his "Arabia and Spa ....
Vhnk, Slr. ,v.' bSSSr ,.,. M". n, l.-h ho djjenbed Ihe She ben .1 the <'*>-
lor lorrv and tane-dmm rarl *. '"'"- 111 tS li.dhran,,.,. "i M' > '"" nlV"d*.^
owned bv Kenneth Hurley of Cor- ]"><" to wh.t ..to; jg*" ' d '"''" BA- ^'"
....,. viii-io *ii Mt.K-tf-1 known as "Ingr^ms I'c at o A '
CnnXdm < WIW "'<"' l""c.l .dv., ond >. nexl ve.,r ,he Mil it lor he.
UrnToX ." dS7 h. con i.. '-......n... of A.ioe he Jour- -MA in Rnh.h. Mrn, lex
bein. drawn up Hlnki ..^' 'VT." "'"' '",. ^'."" '""'"'' "" '
while the lorrv wa. trovellln. In ]!^!,'^\Jf."}^ ,H..^T': When .he w eight M.rl.nn.
.11 ba a month late for thf
Univenlty Sue uiled from
Harwicli after two months visit to Britain and Nave, be
hind her MPs. railway men. and factory worker-* full oi
admiration and amazement.
Brilliant would daicr.na -"> -hooi, lha BournvUli
girl who hod achieved what Uirmirntham. wi
has at the age of 22 fat BUM Boyl
her It has l-een nun n -ilule d>i the Uhn.l at Kdin
more oil", kdl She
children. an anglnMrini wmk-
.
M'ttp. a Bi
IM ArTT't


nmMaagfi
.*>i \-> DAY is*?
She
home
viUaga
Hanovi
fathar
u,
IN'i
BR only chilli.
ud bee
.. m i
nd Bmnawlcki Iwr
< an iron mine manageTa.
I I .1. wild
the diplnTnati.
the opposite diroelior.
eter.
-J .r.'.S.
IMll- ST
Mill
IIA. I

HANK
Hayi
i i :M"'i
Mat*i
I m Mr W W
IIAI I
Rodlal CM \mus
MlMk At Si. Mark's
Nag) Sunday altwriHMii. lb.*
i. tl.t i;-
DWd Ch.nr .it St. Mary'*
;!i randei > (nogrammo
t; Xmas
mlaai to ik-
. and The .imii h.i
umk prep-rnii!
mbara as "And the "
and the "Halleluiah
both fri
11 i. , a W) attl.n
.. lion ol i im;
, ,i .i tha mdlani
thai He .hint wi1
. uj) i i raputgUon Pw ran
d
The Vianing artiste* are M.**
hell Hall Who Will WAfl MOggft I
Allelulm". Mi GoorBB M.....
Even /alia] *"" w

H la.velle W|l] I'li" > H l* I
ii eili
r
in avai
pendant. In U*
alltiai i K
in tha "'i I

hearty Imi.le' ..n.^hei.
. ever* whet,
/ i
i /,.
Acting District
Welfare Officer
Mi
is Alma Parrls. headmistress
of the Indian Ground Girls' School
has been appointed to act as Wei- *hich U t...... ailed Thi
fare Officer for the I-eewrd Dis- I-ibran. will h, on Sierra Laaggf
report on which lint .
subsequenil% waj l...e.l. Colonial "' ,N nuW "" ;
administrator also in Zan/ihar organist.
Mauritius and the Gold Coast.
no livt- In Kent with
ii ily. including an adopted Mi it
OaUghtor, W Ai The ..thi
Second book In the nc theology.
|.i.i
and
pUihed

I -v Mir*"/ Oi'i>''.....
rl,l
|
iiciv a io.. ^4!
ran) Mil. /
(.en. Saliclv &
I
trnt i"i >ix inontna, She assume;
duly on Monday.
Miss Parrls will be boUh
place of Mr O WaiBgl who
leaving the Colony to undergo
training
The Third

s include astronomy,
literature, anthropol
agy, and listening to tin I i'< *l
Xhirel Programme her fav-
rbll i' lO ba written l,y Hoy ourite.
Lewis, who has become promi- ThJj haa lieen Marianne's third
nont of late as CO-authM ol nidi vim! Io Britain Ih lour years. She
en staying at an mterna-
il I'eoplo" and P Uonal hostel in_Hampslead.


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wish our many Customers and
Friends a -
Very Happy Christmas
ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORES
MARTIN DOORLY & CO.. LTD.
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BABMDM MiM'c \n
ntflMDAl IMtlMBt-R -a. IK2
BA^ADOSiA ADV'SCATE
HlMM ** * . *<'" r
Thurvl..*. hrcember 25. 1932
rmusi>i\s
CHRISTMAS, it 15 often said, Il
children. While i! may be often
children derive greater personal
Xun fnm the celebration of Christmas
than do adults, ye' Christmas DM;
i nbed as being about a Child.
i I ChritU
vival into Christian times of an ancient
pagan festival; although the Feast of
Christmas coincides with the feast cele-
brated by the Romans at the winter sols-
tice in honour of the birth of the son. In
the Fourth century the Church instituted
a Christian feast to replace the pagan rite
and ever since in all Christian commui.-
ities Crfcue* Mass. the mass of Christ is
celebrated m honour of the CMJ I
Had tins Child been any ordinary cl ;ld
the commemoration of his birthday so
many hundred of vears after His birth
would have been significant enough. Had
the Child born in a stable of Ibj
town of Bethlehem been just sm-
other Jewish child and son ol a simple
carpenter from Nazareth the fame god
honour which attaches to His name even
among non Christians would havr DMA
such that no other human being has
achieved throughout the ages of man's life
upon earth. But Christians while they
emphasise the human nature of the Child
Jesus (the Word was made Plash) upon
earth believe that this nature was assum-
ed by Jesus who from all eternity derr-rd
His Divine Nature from God the Father
For Christians these two beliefs would be
incomplete without the third belief that to
"as many as received Him He gam th
power to become the sons of God".
Throughout Christmastide which be-
gins with the vigil of Christmas and lasts
until January 13 the liturgy of the Church
is concerned with the declaration of the
triple birth of the Word'. "The Woi d"
which according to St. John "was made
flosH and dwelt among us "from all etern-
ity derives His Divine nature from tlM
Father; He assumed a human nature glvon
Him by the Virgin: and he unites OUT
souls to Him in the course of time. Tins
triple belief forms the core of what Christ
uns believe not only at Christmas I
for all time and eternity. For Christians
therefore Christmas can never be regard-
ed us just a feast for the children. Christ-
mas is a season of great joy to all people.
With the angels and the shepherds and
with the Wise Men, the "first fruits of the
Gentiles" Christians rejoice with exceed
Ml joy and the Church vibrates ft itl.
the happy exulting cries of "Gloria la I h>
celsis".
Even those who do not share the beliefs
of Christians cannot but be tapCWM d M
Om spirit "1 Christinas. Kven those who
murk .it Christian! and deride thru n
sacred beliefs unconsciouslv do hofnage '"
Christ when thev accuse Christians of not
following His ex.imple The splendid
human nature ol the Child Jesus, proving
up in that holy family life in Na/anth.
where charity, mutual help, respeet ml
obere
or (dnce bv human families has baefl I M
ip as .i mirror of what family life should
be to countless millions Of men and
women.
Ilnw could anyone who reads of the
events which led up to the consummation
Of that holy unselfish life spent in doing
the will of the Father, the tonuenls and
suffering on Calvary; not pause in admi-
ration and respect lor one whose lift
so blameless'' Yet the lesson of Chi
tin leaaon ol the Lamb*of God; -i
Without blemish. The meamm' of the
Crucifixion and the death on the Cn
Calvary has not been learni and in ihii
year ol our Lord 1952 the Church of
Christ has to mingie with its rejot
prayers and lamentations for those of its
.suffering members who are being tortured
and persecuted because of unshakiable
loyalty to the Child Jesus whose birth into
the world in a stable of Bethlehem Christ-
ians commernonita to-day. Cfurlittai ity
from the beginning was tilled with Offer-
ing. Three days alter Chn
Church commemorates the death by
Herod's orders of all the male children
that were in Bethlehem and in all to.
horde) thereof, from two years old and
under. None of us need to be reminded of
the terrible sufferings and perse* il
dim of which the Church grew iVoni the
imv "mustard seed" of the earl.
into th< Cl
world to which
so many pay Up-eervtcc would be lacking
in M much <>f the sweetness.
beauty which in spi'e of persecution per
our do; Chi I lenity alone offers
t.) ai! human belt Live of origin
v power worthy ol pursuit
the power to becomi
that n
val of the children becau ell Christlaru
are children of the Father, who
IM.ms For A fai .il IWw
Itrilisii Hoininioii
Plans '
nd coveru
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.
lawUMia. Hliodr.ij (the onr self-
Northim
..nd.

..Thora of me pla..
Africa Soviet}.
rn Rht-
ihc big chance of sotv-
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political,
..tid social advance. ,
The second problem is how to
.
! ?n)7 heeauae of their macoessi- cons.
vclopment stride* _____ , .. ml h[ w^u ^o ai'raeted to nego-
An i American as customs union or atfiai
well ai UmUh invotr.-:. The 2I.ihw.whi |*r|>l eonirni -i..i agr.-ment. with a policemen 1.000,000 dollars (about 357.000)
ponsora rccogruae Briliah captul ,pv_ ....... _________* _t strong feeVi
HONEST JOE IS ON
I THE RUN
(By HENRY LOWKII |
WASHINGTON.
BOOKMAKERS vnr here are often so
closely linked wu.' the underworld that even
small operators art pictuied always as
villains.
j This is a characterisation difficult for
'Britons to appreciate.
j The periodic revelations ol graft and sen-
sational crime investigations go almost for
naught.
mi in
poanraoN i
rvruiMKi luii.msi.
Kinid |M
THF LIQUOR STOKE WITH THI BBTl VALUE
i S3-I'
r Hum.
Wl
S..BO
Thr Brsl Whips and Co
Kspu
. isumm.\*z
Bookies still take bets. All that happens is
that life is made more complicated for them
They have to resort to Mil link
their money and, meantime, because
tlll'V
TO
A
VERY HAPPY
CHRISTMAS
M.l. olK CUSTOMERS
Emm
WILKINSON Hi IIUNI-. In., l.ld.
uf
?'-; i s t;t ivr ssrt e .-. * Y-* *"< ** ,'lr. CT'
i Caiuntnt 10 take bl. de- ary-lnp romti.i work so flagrantly as they did when big-
shot Harry Gross was reputedly paying
nm*iH I'oipl*
..,tn and that lh '"> prewiit ,. j a year to protect his 20,000.000-dollar (about
American lavaaftof will only br '* Bnlislwiintroll.d lerrll belief in the cconumir 7 140,0001 vearlv turnover.
I .t IMre II an economic Is about 24 nulhui lrM re cm- ^' '
, -Umia one Am- phasised in I i.ub-
promiae held out by the x coun- can or an acre o( land, the whole liahed by tho prominent Europear. BOOKIES are scared to answer a tele-
rb at lean five mil. l.ader In North, rn Rhodesia, th. DVJVy,v"10 !..-. ,ho,r
i,tv ot assurances lion white people In the mat Hr. n "Optima" phone in case It IS tapped. I hey change tnei'
that here 'wenty years and more Ulan 20 _a quarterly revi.- published b; names as thev move weekly from one hotel
no fears need be entertained ' "illlii.ii V-ithu, .|. Anu1o-Arr.eri*-i CorpontaDa .: .. ,i______:,,. u,. nar
groundnuts "rite, "Chart- of South Africa. He inswer. the room to another They tour the Clt> by car
fiasco the scheme under which '' African's Chul- queal Wl nirkinp nil liets instead of using a central
Labour lo.l ova CJ......Ulon ..f 1'hkc' published last fortnlitht. S,n picking up Bets instead k
the British taxpayer's money. the Caoncom area could support Capricorn area'' office.
, ....... a black and white population .if "t',m ,v. ft," li. savs. I
trade ui. fho "Chartist" wants Britain to take capital: or from .ountnes aimioui But even as a Brooklyn drand Jury in\
back Um Capricorn scheme savs the lead alon with a su(aestcd i promote itt clop. \ Ijoates gambling, the "COP on the beat'
Except am federated African mcn, , ,h: Ilgates gamonng, me H
and sofl timber, the six territories investment and the encouranemcnt , uf ,e .arid in the Inter-
arc as rich as the L'nited State: of investment in Um up ests of pro;p.
Ola la tli. .. natural re- "> " million IMMHI
sources They have Immense coal "leans 'or the British taxpayer a He ha. Amen In "mui In th.
'' r'bte ,Cr s"T"lcc ' """< P'eas- very next lenience, he .|i.cru?.
::r;.'. chrome,
mica, lead and
other minerals which 1*
rafaOa Th. BtTtCUlturfu p-.tenti.il-
properly Ijmiol. The river, tu.n-
c. s.
r*aaM441Bj lesi
PITCHER
& CO.
Ill ( KWITI1 I > in -

i'.3S,3S5SMl5Mif,SMaJjj;
"If "a man. fort.. Ilinj; in 1850 lh
r f.f ttd | iwinenal dYlopmen1 ni th
i 100 hi .!t!iU. luid
nterarted been asked'wnen? is Un
hat
Th*- imDortai
on the ;
i> 5trt-^
''ChartUt*1 siim> ihi^ up by recall- to come ft'
inn "at Africa played a great part have answered'"
i Hitler's dealflna fur world con- Weleiuky continues:
to-day still taking graft. One bookie reported
yesterday that he is paying 400 dollars (142,
17s. 2d.) a week to be allowed to run a "horsf
parlour" with a telephone.
SOME of the bookmakers' sorditi hack
ground was filled in for the New York Statt
stormy
mid hf Crime Commission which closed
Than la session at the week-end.
The top man is now
Mia|di iwatl ad domuaation HlUar had nothUaMaiHandtr In ths world todai
3 000 feet above ** level, have a aeriea of policies runnini, up to than the et-onomic. Industrial (_,
tor exploiting the oaricuiturai. denwir..phle and cui- Finger Brownj Luchese whom the t.o\ern
doubii nun rs\ whotaeont ment wants to deport to his native Italv. Bu'
iaed control. "C"'.1 t Africa, with lite uw'.itution of th j f ,
nanv are . tradition and lentiment ha,: .f Buiish Cvntral | Luchese cannot be found.
...muvr.i v,,ii Uic no Dlnce in his schemes It muM
rriopmrnt ol Us* mtoaral ard bf bo.r"* |2!S*h"t-
....,...- ..f ,hl. lame ww that Comimmlim i
devi
economic P>uaii ,,Id"improved""upi.n"Nazi corn federation, would mmn _
n Tanm- tccn p th0 signiftennce Ol strong link batwttt
th* latter, there are Africa has not l.een lost sijtht of lantir Pact and what h dtSCrlbad
resources re. ln lne piani of lhl. Kremlin." as a "sorely need.-d" Indian Oceor
There is the further point to be Pact, '_______
Africa as its coriicrstonc." j Besides ruling the gambling world, he if
In Wtkn < Capri-1 said to be boss of the drugs racket and tr
provaq eoal
n iininK untapped at the moment
I I I.ICI\ I EVKMTS
Ity JOHN GORDON
have terriiic political influence.
Thomas (Three m,

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VERY
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
lliti'j r niinij
full uiiiisuu hi
your Iwniv hiul
iitmiuliiiui uf neiiiln ami
i)iii>i)iiil' ii: tin rUW (Ji't
tuully knock out all sound
IISN'T it lemai'k.ible In... ly
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11 bnait Br i
main d I *m k ., i
1T ..
; wbw hupiaat, Ctirartlu
fp, ,(>m l agm Wllh ih.-m. Th y re the
i vent h irdshlp on
dock i
1 itimtd a simple
All doekan would
Thotfl who did full
WOrk WOUld 'lr;iw the
. iata pay TI
couldn't boeauM ol ti..- irTOjnilar
Row nf work wit,- guaranteed
r. k
pie mout) was rauMd by a levy
on tli .i
or some such nonsense, and a
doctor gnanini that u may
urovs la i*> mm d| bumanitys
lit ilit i ii 'taces b cause it
bring* poop!* together n
lined spaer nrlth m iikIowb shut
nd curtains di
hC >ft,eme worl
lous tlit'i' uilie* have
I
1111 HI. \i:i -
nt. one-nfth of them
laj
Fmdina the money to pay them
the uaiwloid waaa hu dooohm
... .i buroon on tho
s (een thnuxand ar*>
iskad i-i Bad ottaM ^ *
Tho probton) i roally far more
I- (Il-t lOM"
I inititt' thai there
arc *" ,k" floi '< i
not 16000. In
1c keep (hem iniploved.
moderti afltewncy oquipntont.
. ainti irs is not
ponoltti kasn
1 LrteUon after roatrn'ion is
......n ths work,
mi' itmi'i.T i- th ^ h a
Brit ports when they
the turn round Is
... oatly
i lute manj othoi
Ii
through th*
' ii in o movlna
nf rude
ilnl when th.
taosd.
aorj thai you
l i Una
.' i - i b r.
of one is lunacy.
AND BAf KINt; him up Mr. J.4m
Rcgen. M.P., a member of tho
B iw Gkmcral Ajtvisori Ooui -
i i-iieve the day
il ,! I;n dlStanl when sound
..ill be as dead as the DOFHNT he think
Kathervd t^.th.r for indo*r
- tot tali i '.
llrst l< (. radio ex|M-rls I h vo .. ,
. wirstm" oream ^d ^^tTJll
BalnL that odd, lovable, in-
articulate, dreaming f smUlah vlllag.
gaV| us television was beniK llU' "' "' motor-e ir exploding its
In ii .led as a
rnbtr with amusement She s inabody will ba
what happened when the Sun- killeii in one of IBOM thinKs one
r ftprMfe mide the prophesy. day."
The radio trade set up a howl _
Ulfh-
1T SIIRIKKED that I was kill I Ol IUrop Il
the sale* of radio a Is, it do- rftsnSja. I--ik at lh>
manded that I should be gSSssd France bs# won the Saar
Thai is a bitter pill
. .i nf groatar pro
than it had .vet known was n.i: Adottl
opening tor the radio tnda submitting .,
Yet the,e shnrt-sighl.d experts mil)(, wi((l ^ u
ouhln't see it.
How that pattern runs through
l.fe The QrSt train ohuggod
along to the awesome warning
tliat man had better .in- lei
carefully where progress of Huh
kind would take him, I < .
If a train ever reached a speed A
of N miles an hour tho pressure
of the air would be such thul worth
the human body would tli>-
atograti
Kojually, exited authority assuii'd
us at one tun- or another thai
mall timUin'l sui\ive bstng
lip In i^n aeropl tne. or
to the OCean depth.* in
ubmi
to the ludgmeni ol hi
ment at Bonn, Catarly he i-
i
and. |ika Attica in bli joim with
Bavan, wsahai to adjust the
rn rn ore him
victor) bt rote lha votat are east
PIACI TKCATT pushed
is hardly
Hurdling British Ufa*,
n of u.
| umminji up '!
flow between Weal and F-ist
f.crinin>
NATO is showing serious signs
1' pat
pre.tige. and pditieal expenein <
lt*worh
Without Eisen-
work.
M
nwhlle. Q
rapidity th
Eun>ic.
donishing
. nines
nit'thing new

;. Will jump
u> call it and dlanial
jlmmiea to or] tin Is tho orach
1 f ll-IIT I1 tll-.lll "
Mr. B. E Ni.iioll-.. rot
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in Tilt; days whan < | i
i .n aeroplan \ >
Minti.irv oAered i lo.ooo to
thO lir.t m in Who Hew tho
the ordlnar) man think
A leading ihopkaepBf
m in. natlva town nf Dundea
put a notice m hi. .. IndoU
ironically
.1.000.000 to Ihe first man who l> her n I jr FOff It dapehdl
StW the Hl\.r Tay |V|

in Oe -------
i*rts When radio carna wttb Iti e%t"i bull q^ two
is and headphones we i rung worlds.
ware warned ol the oars conas AMD Ag rOWast i mi | | i
3 id a
Ctrti It] tlirough
well be shaped
to ihe (Irst man *rl not is. For ,: dfOfBda

w th the coming ol television, we '
in.,ke- tins have archbishopa dertounclng II
on will even- a the great dsatrayei ol Ifouth,
i'i;
never
Our llt'uclerw Say:
Pulivv flsM
T<> The Editor, The tdtwatc
SIR, In theeo unbalanced days
Membera of Rar-
much about so
not -tii|in Ing ih it thev
: I i I :

no know"
i
ight. What
than that re-
ient cril in mom*



nflil',.ll flN" l'n.n

musical ride put
t-'i by tiu that the
m'iv horse thoy are complaininK
about .ire helping to bring dollar-
to this Island that more Him paj
for their upkeep and at tl
time furnish revenue in Indbert

Aa <"-
bly get (I nearly
ml many Anui
tors remark thai
and displays put n
are ono of the major attraWttatH to
v.'iiat does not attract doi-
i.ii visitors are the unreasonable
"Js statement' I
irka mad"
in that Chamber nearly cost us
Ihe wondi
ed by Tl I
!
two hundred thousand people m
It who have to be fed 1 I
r.-y things thai drive n
Wiih : a-ui '.,.
pg iviio. [ eon
i 'no to this know nothing about horses
I r t'..intng u
e rnog
Bi Q
emment OflUul.
.
i------not i
i
N U RiwhI fur th"
animals. I am sure that

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I
O. H. JOHNSON.
HOLLYWOOD Ig still, after ten yearn
searching (or someone to play the lead ir
"The Robe", a story by Lloyd Douglas about
Christ'.s garment for which soldiers Rambled
after the Crucillxion.
IT can't happen too soon for the harrassed
housewife- electrical engineers are saying
Ihe house ol tomorrow will be duslless. It
will all be dona with what they call elec-
trostatic air cleaners which will continually
remove even the Bneat dust But no hint ol
the cost.
AN'OTHKR peep into the wonderful future
>r Ambrose Richardson, of lllinui.-
University, hopes to start work in the spring
on a massive umbrella, made of thousand.-
of transparent helium tilled plastii- pillow.'
joined together.
Spread as a dome over a city It would, hr
says, keep out the ram and all unde.sirabh
rays, but let in the sun's l'ght and heat, st
that everyone would enjoy outdoor livinp
with a year-round sub-tropic climate.
The good-weather professor will start lirs
by protecting an acre of land then extend ti
baseball and football parks. Who knows'
some day maybe even to Manchester or
Dover.
LOVELY Scots heather, it says in th<
Sunday advertisements. Ideal for table
decorations. Only a dollar (7s. 2d.) a sprig
And then this footnote: "from California.'
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gggnj tnr Net* York Times after a country
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higher production, and higher income.
Strangely, however, there is u fear tha'
1958 will bring a recession. After sifting al
the evidence, the Times says the only basis
tor that fear is a belief that things are just
too good to continue.
IN St. Louis, Missouri. Jacob Katz, 45.
wealthy manufacturer of ice cream and
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Psychiatrists called in to explain his unsus-
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a superman complex, a tendency to return
o daring exploits of adolescence
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THURSDAY DIXT.MBFR 2J. 1932
llAKRAIMIS ADVOCATF
PACE SEVEN
MR. PICKWICKS CHRISTMAS
ify CHARLES DICKENS
_ ft
.

...e

Sam." .aid Mr Pfcek- BMntlBfr
Wtck, -. that favoured Mrvtt Splendid morning. gentlemen."
entered his bedchamber, with hi* arid Mr. Pick- ick.
warm water, ->n the morning ->f Mr. Bob Sawyer slightly nod-
is Day. "still frosty ded his assent to one proposition.
"Water In the washhand basin's and asked Mr. Benjamin Allen (or
a mask o* ice. sir.' rcpTide.: the m us lard.
S-tn. "Have you come far this niom-
h- mg. gentlemen?*' Inquired Mr.
.
.11 "BUM Lion ai Mugglcton."
vvropped up, as the Polar bear briefly responded Mr. Allen,
said to himself, wen he WM "You should h-ive joined us
skating," replied last night." said Mr. Pick wtck.
Mi W. So we nhould." replied Mr.
"I shall be down in a quarter Bob Sawyer, "but the brandy was
>f an hour. Sam." said Mr. Pick- too good to leave in u huny
wasn't it. Bant"
- Wery good, sir." replied Sim. "Certainly.* id Mr. Ben-
a coup)e of sawbones jamui /llen; "and the cigars
downstairs** HI not bad. or the pork-cflops
A couple of what", exclaimed cither, were they. Bob?"
Mr. Pickwick, sitting up in bed "Decldeddly not,** MM Bob. The
"A couple of sawbones." said particular friends resumed their
i i upon thi- breaUM
"What's a sawbones?* inquired (c!> * before, > if the rc~
Mr. Pirkwirk. IMl Certain Wh ' ""Plf'
VM a live animal, or some- had imparted a MW relish to the
thing to eat. meal.
What] don't you know what "P** away, Bob," said Mr.
a sawbones Is, sir"" inquired Mr. Allen, to nil companion, en-
Weller. "I tin ught everybody eouragtngly.
know*d as a sawbones was a * So,' T>ll'd Bob Sawyer.
surgeon And no. 10 a turn justice, he did.
"Oh. a surgeon, eh?" said Mr. "Nothing like dissecting to give
Pickwick, with a smile one an appe Bod
"JUS* that, sir." replied Sam. Sawyer. jooaing round the loMe.
These here ones as is below, Mr ^'rkwick sughUj shud- ,,._,,
though, aint reg'lar thorough- "'"ed- Winkat, i-l-am rarltcr mil I .,,
bred sawbones; they're only m "BW tr'" ,,vr- Bob **M Mr l" ' -,IV' .. ,, "Ju hold me at first, 8n| er, In | ll
tnunin'." Allen, "have you finished that leg , fOU?" said Mr Winkle, thai
other words ther're me h- '" * Arabella. I like to sec n that's right 1 shall mg which Is curici.th dem.im-
"Xearly." replied Sawyer, help- much. t. 8u
IOI PICKWICK ON THE l(K"
e.tl students, 1 suppose'"' mi id
Mr. Pickwick.
Ban Weller nodded assent.
"I am glad of it." said Mr.
inn himself to half fowl as tie 'Oh. .: Ii m iiracelul." Mid nat too M door" and whl I
poke. "It's a very muscular one another young lady. Mr. Winkle, si >or over the
for a childs." A third rounjj ladj Mid i'
Pickwick, "casUng his "nightcap "' tl?" nqul* Mr. AHm nock upon II with
energetically on the counterpane f-'*1,J*l>'- ,_ 'pinion that it was "swan- in Mr Waller, In a vert stnsja >.. It wag a ,
"Thev are fine fellowswary fine *X >aid Bob Sawyer, with ION lar and unswnn-like manni
rallows; with ludsmaanta ma hl* moutn '"" "' lhooW fif vrrv ' l,,i>v- "" whan Hi Pickwick most Inns- to the rod I
tured by observation and reflee- I've put my name down for an Ktra lid m Wlnfth shouted from the ..ppo- tion; and tastes refined bv read- *rm nt our Dl,ce'" 5ald Ml- ,nfc 'bu* Kivi* skates" site bank i
Jng and study. I an very glod A"'" 'w,'' lulling for a This objection was at o . .mg.
of it."
"They're a-amokLD'
ruption. "one of 'em
on the table, and is a-drink
brandy neat, vile the t'othe
him" In the t>.irn.tcleshas got \t- .
a barrel o' oysters astween his a
knees, which he's a- escorted by perfectly marvellous H
steam, and as fast as he eats em. Messm. Snodgrass, Winkle and r\, his left leg.
Us at Tupman. returned from an early an I f eight and in-
I '
I
"Let go. sir." said Sam "Donl Wards*, roan 11...i gentleman
Allen. "We're clubbing for a T
u) |aet and the list is nearly over-ruled. Trundle had n couple
full, only we can't gel hold of any of pair, and the fat boy an-
(gars by fr|jow that wants a head. I pounced that there were half a
Ihe kitchen fire, said Sam. a^j, you di take it." dONn more downstairs; whereat
"An. observed Mr^Pickwick. ..No- replied Bob Sawye Mr.
.?k wltvtii ,!!!;, ^ .S'u 'v,""lt an\rt expensive luxuries.' delight I violent effort. Mr. of
anwJ^2S wtWlik?M*2aJ= "Nonsense1; d Allen disengaged him.|f from
%^, L '*,!?!: Can^ indeed." rejoined Bob Old Wardle let tne wa. I the agonised Plek-
And one of_ em. said bam. &iwy< i. I wouldn't mind .1 pretty large sheet of Ice; and the wtcklao, and, .11 so doln n
not noticing his masters Inter- bialt but I rant stand a whole
-- tot his legs bead.- shnv.Ued and swept away the the unhappy Mr. Winkle. With "Ah replied
-I'-ish. hush, gentlemen, pray.' r which bad fallen on 11 dui Wavdla !>'
said Mr. Pickwick. "I hear the in. flr, rtr.ii Bawyei
adj; las with :i dex- Insured, that unfortunate gentle- lore. Whan wag i hoy," n ,...,
kwick spoke, the tarlt) which .. ,, thv Mr Mdrwtefc "".,' r, .nJbadv
Ti> it n.m .1 w. le
1 -hen Mr. Hob Sawyer "Oh, do pi
Oourlsh oi un-
through And
...^t down
t upon* the aver-
. reund>, H m
tli* tvogorating sight that can
1 unaginsd, to behold
.1 up his hat. gloves.
and handkerchief, with a glow-
iind resume his
D tha rank, with an ar-
I enthudasm that noth-
ing could abate.
The sport was at ;'

1 at the loudest.
-hsip smart crack was
n era w -s a quick rush
tha bank, a wild scream
and j shout (row
an A lan)a mass of Ice
d'sappeared; the water bubble-l
Pickwick's hai
r.tndkerchlef were
on tl.e-surface; and thti
l'i kwick that
1 >ee.
ind ingul ii were dc
iten inee; the
d 1 ale. ;md the fe-
. 1 Mi sin igrass and
M'. Wi aasn otht.
nid tinned at th.
had pone

,|iest assistance.
.
tg to any paraont who might be
rnf, the clearest pos-
M of tha eal 1

Itfa all bis might
M l' ll nomant, arhan
11 oM Wardk and Ban WeUei
china ihe hola with
.
boMli
' vi' lilt) of hired-
enpany generaiiv. a.
1 ttti i 1 or ago*
: 1 tic .' vai
thai .1 Uce. head and
.. I Itotn beneath
'1. and dis.i.
feature* and apactaekM of Mr,
. Ickwick.
"Kaon youraalf up for an In-
' ml for 11I v
tl Snodgrass.
OH implore v. u
10,red Mi Win-
1 Bd|UI
t|nn "
Mlltj being thai || Mr,
UKLNK
CLAYTONS
KOLA TONIC
ilk
young dropsy, who's a sittin' do'
fast asleep, in the chimbley
corner."
"Eccentricities Of genius, Sam."
said Mr. Pickwick "V"i
Ura"
Sam did retire accordingly. Mr.
Pickwick at the expiration of U I
ar, went d1

!1 ii|"'ii ti.e i,,. without parauelad beauty, hfj Wlnkla "'
-\h.. r..' i-i arnKBit- U B1 J,iru'"k w,ldl-v Mnlnst him. and '
Why. Uen H*^!??I'*1 '"ny other pleasant and nstnn- they both fall "ni" '
niMsn?,meX ir. Pickwick ran
...rpr.se than pleasure at the sight .;1,,,,,,,,,M )if Ml ,.(,kuk Mt ,, ,
.-<-. .Ii- ,~. <___- .^ Tupn1.11 and the ladtasj which Wlnkli
2Z0S. ^KS ^^?.mC s^ * < ?*tfh of posmve en- was far loo wise to do an^ruSg

licnj.iniln. Mr. thusiasi
. 1
quarter of an hour, went down to "Amhle turned pole. ,.. (hp
bienkf.e.t. -Don't you sec Bob Saw>cr. arformad 1
* I I ..... said old Arabella?** Inquired Mr Benjom.n .
Mr. Wardle. "Pickwick, this is Alleyne, somewhat reproachfully. ,n f||||i^| fl rr Miss Allen s brother, Mr Hen- Arabella gracefully held out h--
Jamin Allen. Ben



1 r avorj
of his countenance
cold, had tMtn I flmltl
All.-ii
and o may you, If you like. This Saw>rr"s prewnc*
inllrman , his v.... parUoiuH haired ruck to "'. "J"^1'; Into' thr aolcs of hi. f.fi i.ml I iek hard.
friend. Mr. S'L'iJ?"! fi". 'Sufi I""'"": '' bloid
-Mr. Bob Sawyer," Interpo^d the pr.,IT..red hand a perceptible r, ,.|nd ., _,,,. ,hp m o J
Mr. Brtijatnin Allen, whereupon H"1"'........ ,_.., ttrapi Into a very eo.npllealed with are I eager
Mr. Bob hwni and Mt. lien- l^n. dear! .aid ArabeUa ,nd........
jamin AUn lauh,-l in concert. SS!, ??2"lKI32!. be*n u.tanee of Mr. Sn -i,, i, H .. .. """'>"
II hii
#
down the I
Mr. Pickwick bowed to Bob "" *""'* <;^nW'nk,,e7.Hall k. knew );.id be'.ter "
Sawyer, and Bob Sawyer D0W4 '" ^" ^il.S'!,"^ *-><> ''
to Mr. Pickwick. Bob and his veiy happy to be .Arabella, re-
very particular friend then ap- v\'w hf brother gravely. Mere w, . .,.,, ,lo ,,;>(1 ,hlFlk M ,,ll(v
pUed theinselvea most assidumi '"' l '"l \ '" M" . .,..-, I | .,., ind I I .. I
ly to the before them; "I, "'. '' M". w'nkl* 8 on, and Mr. Winkle >.\.,- miscd Mr r
and Mr. Pickwick had U oppor- Kr. Bob Sawyer glanced mutual to ,,(, fw,, tn Mr>
tunitv of glancing nt the-n botl. Ul of the corners ot Nqw ,hi,n_ s||.;, ^m| ^ v,
Mr. Benjamin Allen was a Hi^r eyes. ,.
coarse. young '" "\ \, ." ..L." ,...\ m *" MMT U) do H." bin rMn> I had scarcely w
man. with black hair cut rathe. 'w'. ti" S t^C *"s i" "' "r begun"fc r.nion rated Ml w i
short and-a White fao cut rasher ffff JR* .Sf and.l^--t^n? W.nkle, trembling violently, and U
clutching hold of Sain'.- arm ." ".J"1''..' '''' "<'PCi,;- each I mm.in:
"Not much", aaid Mr Winkle w"11"
' nothing
Mi. Pkgwlcl
lied -'rf his |
put theni in his hatj '<'k twti or
i i

' iwly and
. qu i t|
.tors.
"Keep the pot a-i>: n
n !- W u
' '
"ien Mr
ttOm there.
>ld fell w ,, ii,
i linb re] i kfa
wringlni th.
bead
I tU 'I fell o,>,i||
i i uldn*i
.
upon so much of Ml
......t M WM .
. t to lha amir.
old in
Urior. were still
Ueirad bl the fat nny's
* boy all ,i recollecting U
-ting that the
1 nowhora i......i Ihan
i prodigsM ..f i .i-
perroi mod to get him
, i.mhtv of
n i cracking, and
I Mi Pickwick was at
itee 'ion, in.
ixMitiim and once
Ii. land,
n ins death of
., .i i
i|d Art-
Let in.- wrap this shawl -m
v.- Pli jewsek.*1
lha heal rhui you H
. hen S
run home a. '
k>H """* iiohi oi Dsstna """ '.- -*.... mi. it-pi-ui- oacn inner s neeis luhb Inln tuui .n,_.i, 9
.pect.de, and wore whR. "J" to Ul Pra*Ur Ij" wllh Umi ... of drownln, M_Ml I *n .nawl.tare XreTl'.... H
neckerchief, llelow bU "*' I ,TL ISk i ., S
breasted black .urtout.. whkh "1> '"'^'1"',,,. '". "Wot u uncommon IhU Mr. Winkle aUow* ",' I "' f2
bullOMd UP to Mj chla. ap- K^lr5ii!jiS^..'rnTTnnd "* " "Hi"' Mr. Welle, lo obey It In ,. ,tk, IMr;||
peared the u.ual number of .,. "^" ,,rJ h hJ '.ertrt "old up. ,ir.- 'Lift him up.- u,.l Mr. I-ick- |, w. -he n,.....
pelter-and-.al, colound te ^^'"I'S'Lk '' '.....' * "M him to rl
termlnatln, in a p;,:, ,.l l,n,.,- ^ ',;""';'''! '^^- w.ll,r-s bore reference lo ., Mi Pickwick mil..... In which M "'"' ","".',;
fectly polUhed boot.. Allhou.h T'ZV^-rt X,lTu lU \ :' ""' """>* '" ta """" o.ln, .., "
HI. oat . M i. ttr ,w,r,, 'll"in''d ""If '" il. ...... -I ., r,.,ii, ,, i > eard "" '. i
it dtodOMd no notln of .. I,. Jg* ' ' "' J^""'" U throw hi I ,. and and ulurod , low, but d,.-
wrlalband; and llhouh there *,..:;,. "Sta mh M, da:h " '* "I bis head Ud emphatic tone. Ill ,, ,,, w L,,, i^"
wu quite enouah of hi. face lo Srl1'^ S, Mllvened WTO ......... *
admit of the encroachment of a 7h,"^"-^".J.SJJJEJi, ,nd 'ThMothe*-are very awk- "V ,e I humbug. u\" Uipplni I..... up; lo -
hlrt collar, it wa, not graced by * !',.""> .Suj|Y^rt |mS "'"l -. ain'l !>. S, " ,,.- "* fhotl" .MM Wu.kle. ,,. dually c.Knd the painful
the m..llet approach to that ap- JSrS extreme (acetiou-nei """> Mf W'"l"r- ''.. Urttof. .,, Hrlt! and
pendiige II. ;:. ....,,'' U,u, muVh UV a,, there:, a ,.,, "A humbug. ,. I v .11 .peak turn ound on the ,llde.
rather a mildewy appearance. "?'2 .^ doW about the S->'m'" in 'em i > it. An im- wttk his faea loworda lb. potol
?un|..n.vo"^daCuSr*"1 dUr * --"I' f tu-nour^n ^ Sn,: .ir/' __ __ .: ,,,^,0
(Jffl}T&V(WJb\
lo at! our 3ricnds
and (_, ustomers
(AW SHEPHERD & (0.. LTD.
10 11.
I 1 llr..;i amiii-ie,
11 I Ihe things we
niiout the Christmas Season
t?

I
Mr. Bob Sawyer.
who w.
TfOW; Wmkli'
ad by means of an oy
ster- PtCwwlcfc, quite unconsi
'';" "' i ' : il smile
af. to
there was anything tl >
lutned atowly on hi1
>med h.
I'iniin when it
which, without being either a Sg,,^ ' I'" kwick was A lane .....:-:...
areatcoat or a surtout. partook of ..ruf(1 rD,m,,,v Then the "Yf* *" "i'Ut'' M*l Winkle Uvarlng hlrneell ..f ti. wni|mCn'. which he turned round
Ihe narmire and QIMtttMl of both. vho|e ., *w<,nI lo chUrch, WIIn hastly tmlk, I U Well.q and I I ..mi rim after
had about hint that sor: of w,,crc Mfi Benjamin Allen fell
slovenly smartness and "**- while Mr Hob Sawyer Ju" | "> pegta.* said
ing gall, whirh i- peculiar to abs.racled hif thoughU from jMni^endeavauiing to .n
My m.-ittrr. by the ingenious
process of carving his name
young gentlemen whi
tha streets by day.
scream
shout and
ream in the ,ame by night, call ,hc .eat of the pew. In corpulent cd "r- W'nkl.
alter, l,y their Chri.tian namn. In,m of four Inehe. long feclionately >,. Ml
relf. Now. sir. stnit
"Stop an inst-mt. Bam,*1 gMp*
nd do vartou "sM"WaVdle^'^after a nM ''*' -*"1 couple of coat* IW
deeds of an equally facetious suhsUnUal lunch with the agree- * ,i,,,m' wM **! want,
description Me wore n p;.ir of :(lj,. \XcTns o( s,roflg hec- alx| Vmj n
plaw trousers, and a large. r..ugh. cherrj brandy, had been done 'ThankVe rtr.*' replied \t-
OOUbM broasted waUtCOal; out of ample justice to, "what say you Waller, x
doors, ho earned a thick stick to an hour on the leel We shall "Never mind loueMni
with a big top. He eschewed have plenty of time." i .....' "'' Wlnlua has- S
gloves, and l*x>kcd. upon the "Capital;" said Mr. Benjamin lib'- "Vou needn't take your H
whale, -Tomethinit like a dissipated Allen. hand away to do that I
Robinson Crusoe. "Prime*' ejaculated Mr. Bob to have given you live shillings &
Such were the two worthies I*. Sawyer. ClulotlUM JM
whom Mr. Pickwick was Intro- "You sknte. of rourse. Wlnkle" Ik>k. Sam. I'll give it to you this Mk
duced. as he took his seat at the said Weirdie, noon. Sam." jr
1 ,
M ix g.^rf Engh
11 hour.
1 Pifkwi.k eared .. for
ppearaneei. In such an extreme M,
1 1 an by Sam Wei- I51'1 ,,"' privilege
lha v iv top of w*
,he had accompllahed ih.e dla- Tupman had ,-n .... flfi
a ;; a
mine
-1.
2
axtandlnsj out OfMrttnM through lhal an
ot possible to do so personally.
' 'MrRHV HHI-TM\s:
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES

vht< 1
b:eakf.is
table of Chrlstmn. 'Yv-ves; oh yen." replied Mr. You're very good, sir."
*
I
lerl and g',i'lne>< a > r '-
sf& 'id
iX
To All Our Friends and Customers

I.
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9.
WK TENDER OCR BEST THANKS EOR YOI'R KRIENDSIHP
AND PATRONAGE DURING 1932 AND IN ALL SINCERITY
WE WISH YOU
A JOYOUS CHRISTMAS
AND A
HAPPY &. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
11
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*t this season of Goodwill
''oughts naturally turn t., all of out
> and so "To You'' M
ii> '.'/
Merry Christmas and a Rep]
Prosperous New Year,
& G. Challenor Ltd.
C F. HARRISON & CO. (Barbados) LTD.
UKMHfiHnKftftftftftftftftFWftft^
A Hit/j/j)' Christmas
and
A Prosperous New Year
is The Wish of the
Blenders & Bottlers
oi
COCKADE FINE RUM
ELD SCOTT ff Co


PAGE EIGHT
ll\l(ll IIHIS AI.V1K Ml
Tlll'KMIAS I'l I I Ml" B -''> lJi
PEACE MAY COME SOON TO MALAYA
Communist
Revolt Broken
Br R VV. HAXTI K
SINGAPORE,
THF HBAR1 I' -nmunist
revolt.
The ban*
years igo, w the Red Bftjj w iwng over Singa-
pore and Kuata Lumpur within :i year, hgyo
wiped out.
th.il
hungry, in rags, dlWMCcL Brgl
despairing. Tliey Wv.
beaten by on.- of ihe 1-1 at coo* 'hi- pu
r it goes off in Ml
on imc front. hunt doe* not X|>1<>
Today troop* fion
Nepal. Fij.. El I Afl
Rhodesia fight alongside locally have new weapons a
trained Malay lOldlei and Mala) laki
Indian and Chinese police. Prod ki i. pr a couple of
Trackers from Borneo and rifles snatehed from a murdered
Aborigines from the dcptlu
Malayai jungle bound ":
Reds in the deet.
Australian and New Zealan
airmen pound thatr hide-ouU. And thi
All ihe time planters nnd t-
miner* from Britain. Australia it th.^t no in hTCSffi
and New Zealand and their wives, he i China.
keeping the Hod* from thl I < bjD Pong.
door>i. pour out vital ,:t->. |
ala which help to keep Britain bos b<>licv< d to i>r in hiding
J\i CANT CAMOUTL/"?E THAT CKRIST.7.AS C.
which li kbi
ling in Malayu .
humidity. If he draws
Bad* it is a toas
aolvcni
Hard Koad
II has bath
these men and women
end of It seem' to be i
i igfl) kaj r.poi
that
were
HI Communist
reported l.c i
oad for
out the
in sight
-sued show
incidents*
nomV It
angle in No
gu ordered his shrink-
tO switch fioru
mii to political infiltration, to get
ii among ina iradt
Uut ba u too i.
m uusqi
AMMICAN SCHtMIIS on the nghtlng front In Korea have plenty of
Christina* spirit despite the fact that la gun* -re t.mnmng
In the diataace. The camouflage netting (topi may hide their position
from the Communist* but Santa Claus ha* no tmuble anutflng 'heir
hideout. Jumping the gun on opening their packages < lop. i i.,n re:
CpL Blva L. Klrkwood. Vellville. Ark Pfc Harlin Llles. Odessa. Tea.;
Sat. Harold Polack, Oleason, Wis. and Pfc J It Kcane. laurel. Wtga
At right, a GI Is using one of hi* Buddies as a "step ladder" a* he
athf In adjust the star atop their tree. (Iniernailonol Souidphoto j
Mr. PU Aii"- \S iMAS
PBBfj Pae 5
in glowing col-
gjgsf, when
anybody about her evinced the
: agitation.
i -wick paused not an in-
<-lanl unt.l he was nug In bed
San Wt'llfi lighted a bla>mg lire
ri the roo.n, and took up his dln-
ras carried
rid carouse
held ui honour of hi
Old Wardlc would not hear of
so they made the bed
and Mr. Pickwick pre-
ided. A second and a third bowl
Pickwick nwokc next morning.
raj not a symptom of
. hcumalism about him; which
^ Mr. Bob Sawyer ver>'
.served, that there is
nothing like hot punch In such
cases, and that if even hot punch
i urt as a preventive. it
. ly because the patient
fell int.. 1]
taking enough gc it.
Virol ihe
food for
th and
arovi
ilalil}
n
November a year ago the figure mpiei na> seen to that Novai
was 531. fart hag (here been go
There were ten eivti... wl-wlll to Britain and the
ties last month 87 in Novai
'..I iMl In to
in | ufaj ffflai u n.i .ounii ,;
bandit gangs a signal for
Only m Johoie I.
fire left In the Keu.
Fiji iuitUiUon which ..lined re-
cenlly Is quirki,
cHIt of that.
Thi.s Is the pnaflli .if Coan-
munist rebel in Malaya today,
He is hungry, foi ih<
have taken away thl
holders who used |o
with food inorw often thl I
in four of ihen live< m
anciatad, covered with
- uiTerlng fnn
jgh to the doors U> Asian
f .ia> thg ovai
I
I itlofl
< hange of Hi'urt
rtir i, uon. foi 'I.. b
l nt are ii.hi>
Jungle .mallholder* who were
lescttled horn theli ag
Im homes into new villages have
M HsM then initial gurUnaU
le la and art boRiiming to I,:
1,1,4 i. tu,. pleasant than ever before
Agricultural Exports
Increase
If you suffer
from acid
I..:i hung you mi//
relief. Itcnik. \oolhing Dolu
I) i*jtial-
umie thgagoasi ...ij -> oftag ihc
gaaaj ,.i it noubk. Doha u
to he lake ii in water to thai ill
iioduiirt >olution moic quickly
leachai aii n>c iislamad gweoai
III!-
and posaiDl* suiTrnng from lx-r Malaya's health, education U
^l* \ He is forced MHWUmrs to even the cynics; and everyone
e*Mi on iBBvea, and In d>|>cra- rcaligag thai comsvad with ihe
"on occaalonally holds up cars iest of Asia. Malaya is mosiier-
and lorriaa In a Irantl, srnrcti us and well guverned.
for anythlrur edible
lie knowa that the latest drib- a>*i>..,- and M(,|l(%
big of recruits, mostl> uhuol- Totta)
boys, to the ,,h
haw bean t..i thft most Tb* pjantarg ajva thanks In he
important thing .* M logupgr tti CM loten naUoi
Wibo,;g(e .....,.,i tl ,-ven the I.k- the S
capture of arm- .r.,l .i-nnunitlon. Killi^l then 175th |(e<| ,
H It to obtain food. and Ihllt ;
Promises I'.-mpler.
lie wants to surrender, and i" Una rnonthg of
H A.F plani .1 leafleta 'ia>ei. inanactkui
into the Jungle promising torn
^>od treatment jf he walks into Interviews he hai
the nearest police station. Ha apiril >( luecaai Into Ualayi
i ven hears louii-spcakers from The mun who promUM |
low-tlylnc aircraft telling him duaty ('.
where to go and how to net Uu-rc Kuaia Ul rport lhal ho
But he Is usually t.rntled of the would not If In Ihe
*an tagdjj ,i Qaht-to-
the-|ast Communists, who will M mt.
order hU alow execution il he month' to meet the paoplo ot
shows any gignj ol *ranUn| to bo coun r> god to and lolu-
<1- -eit |...n. |n
So he fit-tys in tho jungle, uddilion. he bag travelled 24.POO
hoping for chance to slip .,j mllog to and Irom l^uidon for
r even for attack by troops, ao eonsui tat ions
that ho oagi deeert ii in udoa Hen in ICalan, Bit Oerald'i
or battle. bastfiicosourad HiunbM >
The rebel is armed with old coming a familiar light in the
and am* low n nd
From 0
DOMINICA. Dec. 21
'..... of the
Dominica Legislative Coun. il
opened on Tu**day the loth II,-
Honour .i 11 I.
. ..
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Honou i laay Um
mIi irtlcuUirl) lhal i I
the last year The Island is prim-
arily agricultural. DO aid. and the
la-1 yaai ihowad on
. 11 th .ii'
of 50% In i|uan-
0] ir, value.
. res are due mi
igi in expoil of bananas ,
mi
a* also a great la i .
Ii. log valtrt and qu inlliv ol |m-
II:' Honour felt that
II e high cost of living wak due
ii Uuad balnt loo n kmporta. In an agri-
n llur.,1 i-l ii I i I
I nu reason why there
.arrity of
II. n.>lk and eggs. To
Development and WVlf.ie |IU|
haa just been gp|
la be un-
lakan next year was the new
I it Goodwill Thi* it Is
ompletad around
i Oovern-
ini nt also Intend soon I
da ill. and
H Honoi r mentii nod the visit of
ii m i i it.. Oarcla. tne
..s having been

ntinned, and it is hoped
le llnpe-
i. (of whli n only about
remains to be imilt).
II With the
After that a
or road to the Windnaui i ^..st
i .ions will l.e eousiructcd.
b Konourg !- u D. shiiimt-
id haa been selected to repre-
it the Coronation
i Her Majesty the Queen in Lon-
ii. and the Honourable
Austin Winston will represent
island ) Hi. r'< In ition C
Igfl government ''''>ie to be hehtin London oat-
Sttick Farm at '" ll"' "*" ; vs''
Il cstuhlishing a St'ick Farm
(i oawilL, for which a Colonial
Whe he first sot out on
travels nine months ago
local people ignored him
Mired sulleiii. A smile might
OUghl a hull from a
bondUt To-day the villages often
lin? the roi'lsnle :uid wave u
reatlnst
Phat in lUrlf, is an example
I
i i al victory in this vital
.ii Ut against Communism in
.I Itiei a bloh i reparad
. Hat II. H.'l "it
his tod member the
the Hon. H. I) IhUllngford, replied
i. Honour's address.
The Council agreed to put on
ti onl the gppi. i itlaa and thanks
ol tin colony to the Ooventor Sn
> rt Dun. in Karri Arundeii.
K.CJLO., 0.BX. Who after 4>a
mii- in th, Windward*,
now goes tu Barbados as Gov-
ernor.
A Bill passed by the Council
which caused much public stir wai
eOsVpaUUuj the Roseau Town
( noil 10 submit Its yearly e*ti-
t mates to government for approval.
5tne Mt thai lb
ward) step politically, but the Leg-
islative Council felt justified in
pacing the Bill as for the past
four or ao years the T-iwn Coun*
gen unable lo bg
budget .ma hag eontlnuaU* to bor-
iient. Thi Town
in..*
$30000 and ! asking tot another
H

that .f government i- ba continue
nuking ti ouat know
how the money i* btint
I A as paired on Tursdav
The Town U
felt that i ; te
lou i ]'. to submit o-...
o government, and] that
the llil! reduced ihe Council to the
tatu of g ie'V i nment department
as II "ithdiaus In.in the Ci.uneil
its powers of control in the last
Ihc CouncH'i own atTairs.
When the H.T.C. gath<
montnly statutoiv moatln| on
Wednesday. Mr. L T C Royer,
M r.ftooi i. and Chalrraan
of the Council, announced the res-
ignation, en blor of it
mcmberi
THE Alcoa Steamship Company
Inc. have presented (lie Medical
nt of Dominica with a
Diatheimy Unit
The Unit, which is used for pror
ducing hr.ii within the Ui
i > vallaMa for trcatnicnt .f
rheum itic alleetion* and certain
skin disturbances.

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOV-
ERNOR arrived in Doiiome.i bj
special 'plane to-day. His Exeti-
M a short visit, probably
his last to the eoiony In the ca-
pacity of Governor of the Wind
ward Mai d Hi I v eiiem
take* up the UOVtrtl < lhl| >! Bai
hados next rOOJ
TttU afternoon His Excelh
l where
Inmate* were baing
.i-.i-.T eeailj Xn
Virol is a highly concentrated
food made from matt gffjtfaoj,
ipcviall) rclincd tats. cuts, sugars,
rlusosc and orange juice llh
sJJcd niutcr.il salts and vitamin*
... all ihc aajjgaglaji for liclihy
aarjwtfe and development. Thjl
twTfj chiluun eet lasting hcnclil
b\ t.iking Virol regularly during
ilictf growing jear*.
/ Merry
j Christmas
/ and a
^ / Happy New
I Year
To our customers and friends we send our hearty
for a joyous season. May you have a wonder-
ful Christmas and a New Year filled with DNfsUaa
GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
WE TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY
WISH
CUSTOMERS
FRIENDS
&
A HAPPY CHRIS TMAS I
GARAGE
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THIKSOAY, IH.CKMBER 25. 15I
BARl: \IKK \l)Mll Ml
I'M! MM
Bigger Future .^
For Cocoa
Despondency among 'ho littlo onos ovorho.ving Fathor Ctun'mas discussing in
th/it shoDworkors *hou'd work lnn.n<" h#m
(Gtv unseasonable terms the suggest"



u the OBfcn

i mem and Welfare.

. he led a Wain of tl
. loa ^increased
CO00B. The team
. , ned the pees)
* i and Usast loo et
. |
u St. Vli
, nail con-
Dfe into the poasi-
blDty of growing sugar cane In
\\, : | V.illfN Thii
,m fai m. and i
' eulUraUe*)
I soil ho* be-,
... I< p <' The
BtroducC *ugar cane
on a itrlp-croppiiu baus a*
Put tl) '
Ml .)T the
Mi rrwnpton took
i sting of the St \
i Tho
.. maul Brtatas
[have had another Mu-ceaafu*
I vear. A ltmiu of ten DM ient
r..i .ill labnur-
..: 100
'days, and .1 bonttl >' VBB par cent
.in,! ii week'* paid holiday for all
mo had worked over WO day*,
The i lucf crops grown on
Ibj .irrow-
aea la! and cotton, (round*
......ute, cocoa, pigeon
I I ,\ .. \
..... lag botni
mm
T,'T"T *0
SWAMP-ROOT
can help you
Your b*.k >.
ablrl id. .
I ami ou (eel otrj 4nJ fcftN pUm mi*er-
>uhl, 1- ninn 1 NM 'I 1 tlv
k, j Biweml Sodon't sun h...... ufa rAMa-aoon hi
*- mrdfciM UM world-/..!'-. tad .,-../.' DOft
VllMlr* "' *'" "ir-NHVt! i.ri in kii\i
Mil >'"**. *M UK* IT BH,111 WV'
Barbados and the Barbadian
tty HI'llll sMITII
IN II, 1
:
IsraeUfi
ing with 1 .
school boy know
Honey wi : the in
derfu! living condil
found ii. Can u
Baauttful all-the-
delightlul tea bathing,
flying Ash. indiaii corn, guincj
-: rum and
lastly, mglaasai which. I
rmnlpotenl In
pertie*. That wai Canaa
.
God promised his child
oyiM nl
Whatever is. has been. Thete 1*
nothing new under the sun. Those
of us who hava followed Ui
'ung* *inoe
1914 the liist world
hava observed how th-
-,.'.' .1 .. 1 "
there U no more B
Jugo Slavia. the J(
> hanfjail Palo Um I 1 Israel and so
on.
The natural condlUon
countries remain i" vertheless.
may be a anon
boundaries and othei
changes but like the old saying -
11
By now my raadori "ill b aa>

inn con p
Canaanye*. I nm, Bali
and 'ni* mow.
What OtWM
proximati 1
bados? Not a single one. The
French ai d Italian 1
second t i gem.
Having '
Gulliver in LUIlput, I |
plora Um peopfa who Uvi In thi
cane-land. They dut
Troin any other people In UM
earthan InOjUtSlUVO ut likeable
people. 'I God to
Abraham mmbi to embra < then
l.iok North. S I
an,| West all this land will I glv
h. any perl of
They have

to all the things in life which
make for goodwill and harmony
1 ) snaai lauinv nl A b
Me.
Tin- emphania In this land
Education, and between the whites
and coloured of the inland there
is 1 respectful imdi
. :.. lei
two then- 1
same and
between them
dally routine.
1 :
ripuM thev nave nafede
progress of the Island 1

favourably with "
en. thus
.
t..i-h is fast
putting tl
world fit h
nd colourc 1
InhabUanti Barhe i nee 1 no
M H1
Go to any Store. Office or Bank
and see the human bouquet di.-
played <
office *tool or tl


In the unfa
iiv Um lust land In th
Go on
world I" : a blesaed


I
music but
which is n
n in the
street- 9> ,


time.
'
in Church Yards aim
,,; in th,-
iiiiKi"K 'ith the COM
1 ; around


.
clannish
and uiii i 1
11, with with his
'


tu have a fa

Coming upoi

I'alnment and
White and 1

KlfU Of v;i. i.
.
-i and 'pii it of
ancy all SI d durtaul
this pen d.
i.h away
1 nd spirit'
(overs the land.
But i" rote "us big
"us like our Fx-
Hera I b n> n II
In truth and in fad
. ( 1 : I.
I
try. Cabin* th l making
and Hand
Even van

Ing Goat -
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all kind 1

of children there
round and man) othei
i ., nt which take |

.iitl.it the
11. lib
and
.
ling troop Uirough Ui
where tl"' srl sahi
battering their
.ml.
U11
ate
U
Barbadiana, I week or so before
like UM kind of raU the
1 out you'll ee
id, young,
( Barbadian h othei In

1 an 'thine
-like a
m from 1
.:. ,1 Mi,
market places too wh
green and fold of
1 i
seen In trays whUa !<'
iround aach u 1
.um move slowly .
1 1
\
It by the
o'clock in Um

.ill ft faithful."
Alter cl
womengo
Xi 1 "'"1" t* as
,
th.it the Barbs llan hou 1 lie I
cooking Pork, Turkey, fowl n
Ham.
The hu band on Uv 1
enti-i t.iuis Bon
tin- dining room with Rum an
It etc., loon afU-i
Itora leave dinner In all

und tin-
Ills down in
triviality and delight to
BOAG Winter
Caribbean
Schedule
l
.iing the

1


1 ttect on
'. .1

bar 1st
. .
York and K
Jainai-
1 Dai 1
port will lx: at
- return
I
New York

arc $163 d S193 to

'ik and
Montego Bay, via Nassau, wan
....
!

nd returning on
g
ig at Nassau -ill be
42 TIMES HOLM)
THE WORLD
Om Man Dues Y'/ie Distance
In 30 Years On A Has
Ml All
1;

i 1 awei

' age,
....
.
I
: OoAOOO
mile- i,v I
\ who t 1


York. The f

heaan on I
Nassau flights are KhedUMd f *
'
I
... .1
will \r%
rinubled. A resumption of dml.
Viking -n We-t
Palm !' tfkasau is
Effective December 4*h. tho
Naaaaa -ind Jamaica is
' s*au on Thui--
dava and Sunday*. returnn. :
ind r-idavs.
.-, medic il 1
1014*11
plenty
1 Mi I" -

and Distrid Ti
cant reure-

Iree on lbs but
Ouildford
"Bui r
1 dull I'
I

rirnty til Spare Time
00 Um buses, I
. n l
condu<'
.....
other j,l

i.tlf-i, ,. every d l| of Um
1 all m-n-
I "
1 an will miss Mr. Play*
- lUdlord way. A

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ittona" to the
. hildren vi-r nnw.-L.KJ.
For extra power & longer life -
'-.tW-..-^--. ._
BATTERIES
1 FOR CARS TRUCKS & BUSES
C 9$ 11 mo 111 ti I
Will Mummy fading, I dofl'l alwavs .i^rec
with \"u." nyi Monica, Mbui I Uurni (i) that
Cow & Ottt I -s been the making ol me,
that I have never looked backjon il and ft) that
I'm as heahh] and happ] .). the la> ia long.
Now, will you stop telling people iihul it and
let me have that Joll'i pram for MJ birthday! "
COW & GATE SS&B
%,FOODo/ |i
JB LESlltS Co, Lid P T'
ROYAL BABIES
Agn'i
Don't miss tke
'Fourrbrtv-fouT
4*Ji4i6-//WMi/'#fA-m4W/
m
Hem w a see ''"l" BaU -JJ,
paaswlsauewaa aln 1
ill lh* rtt"iC'in||i.ll
AM was* W.tlxl, t o famout
L>* bai" i ca'
aeftapen
nn 11 latea i> l-oii>-
agasds 1 M ertni,
-.
UJOLSELEY
L'JI
is A MOtoaiNO IVIMf
CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. DISTRIBUTORS VICTORIA ST.
FOllT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504
*'"- men H^fc
akt and
hlTe lor the
baM Oihen *
!..f Whn< H 1
and asssn ttu
BSta I t: iiul Ii.ik
, drop ol
Vt'hllC II T
to roe Scotland
laMugeeMsd ikill
,ii.iiiiu>K and banuhag
waereci sssn apete
ihfii wigakfi Oan r" I
Whnelliew
WHITE HORSE
>&mW /f/f/j/v/
itll' HIR II IM Mill x
m
ZMerry Ghristmas
'(she season of gladness and cheer
and good fellowship is with us
once againand everywhere we
go, we see, as well as hear and
feel this wonderjul spirit!
cWe see it in the gaily adorned
shop windows . and on the
smiling faces of the people about
us. wishing greetings of friend to
friend . stranger to stranger.
^We feel it in our every activity...
be it home or business, and we
extend it also to you our friends
and customersthat this may be
a truly memorable (jhristmas and
a ZHappy. and Prosperous SrYeW
^ear.
^Wm. 3ogarty <>'dosi
limited.


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A |r..*nl

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Ttmi
.-.i. thr aaddanad apirM up
.
When lra- wa lo\r .I..II rv-aot-


Jon*

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law i. Mr* rtomx* Tudor.
Mn w..ivih., ata
Mr* A .... r I
!*".... ULi- ihrothar nd lw
in. I1H
LIVESTOCK
..... T rrh, old
parUralara |.w Ml
H II ! In
MISC ELLANEOUS
1'K.l'KHS AUUOI. n.YSPHAYB
.... quark daaUi to nil
...roach OMalnabla Iro-n on i
'urn In \o - II or BM
U.M.
ii- (.ii. ... i ii- Polls t t.i'i
nfland'f lM| Dll> N-wa|>apar >
irlvlna In FUrbadna b* AI' e"Tr a
Ti aflar publication In lnon Con
ian Gala 'in Advorata r- i Local
....ar-iaiua I.. 111!
Bwfy to Study lice And Charcoal
Race
Relations
SHIPPING NOTICES
NOTICI!
I'HIIV l.l">M Mil
A ara rammlaat
tin Mm irniu ajiil
Dm al r I :
..IT M....M-.....
..Idd-snal '
Th. pU..- will I-
ii.iar on Fr.Sa. jar,....i. v ii.Ti.
- ..t. .. w .. ... , j ..,,., "
nnmiHi- mn hi i ,.-.>< mi.is
II II M 4*1
NOTRE
* in.ilaxl I... I
II
K- ..... gl
i.r -huh la arhrd-
.mar > SI nna) md
Trodara a.r aiau nuiinl for (1* liana-
orUIIOn of i- M.,1. Icaan l.atal
f.MUaan |o Ibr
l-.njn. auaal NMJh II- *.1
lalrr than 4 pm on January II
TIM AaaOfiail-n loal not l-U-l -Uolf
u. ar*.a-i iha> i-.avral or an> tatidar
..AaBAlf'lS *fcH-rT ASOC1A'" -
IM
MOV*
ii...
i 11
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NOTICE
...id It*'' in laki irm opportunity
. .0 Irmda a
Xroaa and Proaparoua New
n TAUB.
A.rjwia .
*\ 1* AI I..
I'UIMIMI.
A nfw body i> ttudy race rrU-
tioru has iiict
l 1 by Ok
Koy.il Institute ol I'l'crnatioti.i!
Aflaira. laord H-nl^v haa i I
rhosrn first Chiiirm.ni
board Hnrr rrUtlona within tli*
Commonw<>alUi will b<" thi- p rT
.., (,.>
i'mtllutr' taxaj r*ca> rclotlon* a*
nr "I th- rnoit diltuHilt and M*
urbing prubwrfni in world affaira
dri*. it ii pointed out
y Ittt InMilutr, "trrM UM
i rxamininjj the mutter in -11 it*
specU. Director uf Studle* M to
mtr Indian Civil Service
ian. Philip Maaon, better know n
\ simic ,.> .luthor Philip WoodrufT
UnduclorK-d donors have contn-
l.uted funds lor eaUbliahaim a
.ittlrr en Oi*. mbji.l
mwrch mto rac#, relatMna hai
in itarted by the boar
of
Brought From I5.G.!

AKRIVINCJ yesterday morning was the schooner
l.urille m. Smiih irhicfc cm#j In from Brttlih QulfJUl ivttlk|
1.500 i ") h.n;-. il ( harcoal were the
main I r carno included firewood and wallaba
Lucille Smilh is Caplain E R. Hassell
Thom.. Ltd.
IOK DOMIMI \
i. itor VMIgl Haerka which
i Tueadii.v With m.xr I
i .ru I.ii p.ii ytaHrday uftcr*
: I
Tht Moiicka li lakillg a caru ol
rum. Mi*;.r. lar.I a id |)latoe 1-
md Nevi-
igned
65-DA Y SEA
VOYAGE
0.....i
WVUMSN1 NOTICI-
l..,m Fur 4
Iroatmet i aa a wounJcc prisoner.
- undo Captain P H V ^L W
CAROL! AI ALMSHOl -I *** thla aspect of aea I*.
__ He uid that aa a doctor his Drat
:<. St M.i(thia< duty l to aave human life. If
... paid a villl lo . Si there waa a serious i-pi'lemu-.
Dd he ran away, he would be
m nnd g\.- a prograi *"'d would be
: caroli ind I In Mam "aua* httlUig '" hia duty. It waa there-
nmeh t.. tha delight of Uw in- fore with this sense of respon-
sibility to hi: profession and to
... if of the humanity thai he set out to prove
iimn call live
:it at tea on plankton and rain wale
e!L I"i
l .i- I if. Tha i
1
H i/ : It
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Tlil'RSDAY. DBCEMBtS IS I ','
Aussies Dismiss S. Africa For 227
Miller And LindwallBowl Well
t)\ i/.r uiwkk
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Ion on ihe fact 1
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. \ .u-nct and financial nieces*.
1H5U

The Wet Indict who toi i I I
of
U riKhlful i pp
supremacy.
,.... .,... mi
Undwall who took three wleki
for 2!' I fO, wrooK-1 oi rx-ucriiiinK (rom battl
South Africa bait ng on a I uie Souih AM
Each to..h a wicket g^yggiing,
took his
, Test total to M. and he now needs
j only one more to complete the
I double of 2,000 runs and 100
; ickets
II in resistai
ill hnt Mc
Qlow who made u dcilant 40 and
**" | Murray. h six-fnot
'cam j ichoolmnsUT who swung hi* ha*
< ly and shared in a ninth wirket
Indian Team
Rtxtehvs London
MaU
I.
I in* u
me v.et innics In the
Bi -. i ..| ,>ori io-aay. All oi them won.'
tton asjajnst the
i>., two i iii lied bat*
Iffy mon m their
. f.n.-tellat.on urcrait.
Their May. In London -was brief r.
is they In foi Watciloo almat ( JJ'.j*^^
\l SI KAMA WON
AL'STHAI.IA WOO liH
i
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mount SEN
DOHN on May 31, 1020 Chul>-
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ill nl (Jii.ibane In IMS
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Our London spor-s baa.
Speedway Ate to Make
COUM '>
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His rl !'. le* is still
going Into
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by Christmas, li
i rtj in he
New Year.
MR O 8. COI'PfN. Advocate'* Hpom Editor pre*uUng comtola
lion prise to Ml" Ronallnd Hudson of Qurm- College yesterday.
Mi-* Hudson wk. the Br-t lady to ubmlt a esrrtct soluuon to th*
A.lvo--te on the recent vtMt of the Wtt Indie- to
Aii'tralln
LEAGUE NOTES
in SCUMLKA
uatelj After their arrival
boat train u> Southamp-
i m. They tail on the ivea on Friday.
What do they think of their'
ihancoa. The team manager, r '.:
Ramsawat, was cautious. "I think
he Wen Indus in the :
going to I* a sllff proportion', he i
it we have a young lot;
of players and we hope to do well
W< have the more experienced
net, Ike Haw*, Umrigar. Man-
*ad and Phadkar."
- nd of 51the test of the in-
Ith Tayflekl
~( OVI IMI.I I.
HH hi MMh H'1 IMKINOI
MC fil-* 1' *
I ut i.,,.,.* ... kuHi
EjkIc.h. I. Lindwall I
(ii.* b Mil*'
Undwall b Him f)
Chwlham c JohiuUtn b Miller IS
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ays:
LAn|le>* b B'l
i> Lindwall
Johnloii b Benaud
t Lanaiav b Millar
idwll 1-1*. Millar 4 i
"*t tai.i\ 1-1 Dnrmoa
This h Hendon% Year
Boy Siroud ha* played football
orta of places, from Hong-
Ikon g to Hrnrion and further
north to Reykjavik in Iceland.
during th latWr half of his 27
vcars.
He might, had he I'hoscn been
Arsenal or West Ham profea-
.slonal. Inataad he take* delight
l it Irt-ing a printer's traveller and
ly 11 lion Championship will
111 i.i\ at I'i'ltiuiiiu LdUd between Dover and
hu ol thase tc'inis hits over achieved
hoi s. bul Ihe winner (iiptainina The anuteui ol Hen-
.....(up holders in 194C 1947 'l011- H1* nl^l-l"'," oblcctives are
in 1990 H,ryi, carried off the Irophv fo. lh^: ,, n 6ldc Koing on a
the League. The division g.ant-ktlltng" aaojienca with Mlfun you have
t D| the IWal two clubfl in each of lhe*F A Cup win over the Leoguc| Hendon have nevei reached the
crofrssionalfi of Northampton n.||r(, round of the FA Cup sine
"day Uhe war until thla season Now
To beat tlie Birmingham tor-. stroud expecU to > h muni
rnidablea. rMdmcrc Si Michael. tUl, ,, ipju^
rat round of [he Amutein i ,,,i(| stroud iii^i In aecini
Cii> un Drcembcr 13. as a pre- J Northampton draw with w
him at Hendon. and apart from
war service with the Royal En-
gineers, he has played for the
lub avet iince alwaj i la Uw
am le.-mi
"Why didn't I tuin profes-
nional? In the lirst place the fact
that I ma taking to contact
lenses put me off because I didn't
then know Ihey would turn ou!
well. In the second, if you have
.i decent job. as I have. :t i>
batter to remain amateur because
ol the line social side, and the
I
. loiudilp i

. nly 62 on the tin... Applewhaiic
: HI lint out are thj
gtaraen. St. Mat-
cond iblaa will hire to go nil out te
Dame, notch a win In thu game
iflth 12
Kcv .Matih
1 Btl r, ti ,- IVnti.l
be Division Oreena seem iu be
preveat the >
llppina thiough ihvn
i
..:.-
I Notre B Club. O Sal i laj (bej mel
s Park v i..... gtak-
1 etall .mpionshlp
inary to
Wo with o
his it our year, he
1 fleer I in
Siroud. cheerful c*
bat cf middle weight
: i tt.it trophy,
team spirit, believt
rRoniR RF.N
MOMENTS IN SHANGHAI
Sh tNOHAI Ruflb} Union IVotbaU club alti runci will
alwa; T?wl kanbam, Ei
1 i when lh Shanghai < lub clo
in '-t. i i : voted to i
bail Unl ro ini Indl-
.
een B
Who visilad Shanghai.
iuium run i.v ii*t is ! i"
Park Rangers la't Salurd iv 1 h li
uotieed thai il O'D n-ll North-
.mptnri had quite a ecntre-
lorwaid He replied that 11 ndor
had quite .1 i in h ilf, too. j
Dexter Adamg, one ol three ln-
lon side.
But he does uclml' 'ial, by am
lirge. the professloru,| can mnk .
ovei anuteuf
ol i -< oottcl quick)'
a-hicti makes all the difference.
t He ferventli beuev this will
gned him on not be so on Saturday What
itura with e hard \'. ,'."h' out torn beck In ItM, petihapMned Udrt tughl at Uie team1-
i I.ok followed on -mil ,ik ,,,,n ,nto ,,Hl1 ,1,l,> when it was.'jetlcal talk Undei
... .. .. iu. .... >. *",u "*" a i~,.wn no fi,a,i.
. r: -,t.'.ii-
ind has|M
nl they are lendint "ri fatr *"1"'f'n. ^ not. one of
i t, Ponce n'' lin,,r,"> "-hn Iranslr them-
club
Oreen had few knock aim
'ere all out for 4?. Alleync took
D
Oil '
I
1

lorj
M took Brsl uintngs lead.
eed i!) Lorda took S for
1 i H.iiiK-, .( Egg 15
I for is brought ho
total of wi-ket- lo 79 fui lha
Ironi .-lub
rofesslonal Blocritj
He eomos from the other end
' LondonHounslowand uent
tit Hendon smiplv because Ai-
enal ha
Inown n' Holders Gn>>n Gaskell is nobody's business
Two ofllcials Stanley andlescept the 11 men of Hendon
?roan 'ook on interest In' I.-t'.S

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May Tip Settles
Firsl 1953
Golf Tourney
H>
The IfarbwiltiN I'olirf
DON IS FOR DRIVERS
Don't obey proceed signals from
unauthorised personswait until you
can see for yourself.
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W1IXN Vic Betxaa (right) of Philadelphia trimmed the Wlniblodou
king, I'rauk aVilgnian u.lil. in Ihe TUtOtlaB unonshlp nt
Mclliouruo, AUHtraUa. the vi-toiy gave U.S. Davu "m' hopen I bl|
lift Bauu* ! captain of the V B n*vi- Cup team
They'll Do Ic Every Time
* oneMiundeni
IIINDO.N. Dec
Fin.t big golf coniiieiiiion nf
Ins Oxford anat^mlmdJI
Uolflne Satiety PleMd.n.', .*7,.
I D I ol Notre I from January 8 11 Tlu ?,,.
BMd( UUS week
1 I U. Col A. A. Dune.,,,, Wel
Dover Amateur cnampton and rwl)
' 01 the Hnti-i,
um Annua Walkei Cup team to PU the
v B.C L match, in iimtcd stale. , ----- "
in >.,.,.,:,;, ;,,'..v .
; ......
i p phyalck
e.i and ii
lyp Duncan, who won the l*uttcr
Blackman and Ptndei ui HH8. Bndi bimscll In the same
century l hall ceo. hall of the maw as the hoidei
id brmci Walkei Cup playei
Leonard Ciawley. Crawl.
i won the Putter four limes; In
1 ul to add ii. opens his defence against
ihta ivulon ol A k. it. QUlujan who actueved
l i as captain ol Bnsjland*i
t loket b
l-orii.I.. rUsttalnai A" l,,,>,,*1'" hnt round pair-
.......tui champion and
3. Malik, I Ambassador
played v Ith lum m
I II oxfiud team.
, '.
are' -
li
ITS has been Um
in thai lha r M C
. .'. inn: neemad to have been un-
9fc Matthias bats.
to aeon
.ore,- *i\h 27
ami II..1. l st Mat- ">an who retned al Ihe end of the
.immei wftj pi*) m I^agi
, v. cricket next seoaon. He la to Je
ll: Hot* babe, ihs Northern l^aaue
I'Mt bowlers tern ',l1' Jj,k- "I"' 3p scored
I bach | UOO runs last season He will
lontiniie to live in Londi
I'arkor Will Play
Vaagum Cricket
.!...
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from the makers of
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year *mii.- ^imrilv dasiling.
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