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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Police Band Xmas Concert, Queen's

Park: 712 am
Lord Bishop at St. Michael's Cathe-
dral 11.00 an

Xmas Party, General Hospital: 10.15 a.m.

For the cause that lacks assistance,
‘Gainst the wrongs that need “resistance,
For the future in the distance,

And the good that I can do

ESTABLISHED 1895



World Destruction |
Predicted If God’s |
Plans Are Neglected

POPE MAKES XMAS BROADCAST

VATICAN CITY, Dee. 24

POPE PLUS NIL, warned the divided world

on Christmas Eve that it would be destroyed by
Frankenstein like industrial and mechanical social |
lesions of God’’ and the individual }

leeted.

}
|
!

systems if the
dignity of man are neg 7

In an 8.000-werd Christmas Message broad
cast to the faithful world in 25 Jangnages, |
dealt more with the social problems facing man- }
kind than the question of war and peaee which}
Yuletide Messag

, the Pope }

dominated most of his ‘es since his;

elevation to the Pontificate in 1939,

Tourists





Seve; hundred and seventy- |
{wo tourist arrive in the island |
}thissmorning on beard the tourist
‘liner Nieuw Amsterdam which is |
On one of its winter cruise












Curacao, Cuba,

ing to the
January 4th,

Local Ag



s to



the Nieuw
ell, Larsen



Mindful of what he called
pressed” the Pope
political system ‘apitalism 1
a - i

Communism wa ving ( pene ‘ mas
lems of the hour ;
productior an a organization [ Bi ‘hs Si
alone,” he said. in al ados
day which had been able to build
a marvellous and complex .ma-
gating to its service the tremen-}
Gous forees of nature, now
its forees—as though the rudder This. {s"the “ftst. of two calls
has slipped from its hands—and wijeh this tourist liner will easy
and crushed by them. Barbados again on January 27th.

Such inability to control should :
its victims not to expect salvation is known us the “palatial {
solely from technici of produc-/of th American

“But in no case—oh how we | Its last port all was Martin-
wish that all both on this contin- | ique and on its cde parture from |
realize it—will it avail to fashion ezyela, The liner then sails to
a wortd without misery. at Merah
problem to souls in distre
humanity must raise its ey

) s ; ;

from His infinitely wise and effica- - ra a

i , ) 4
cious action the way to help and “~ \°"

“mournful chorus < Sees VG
grave economic and social prob-
“Salvation cannot come fror
One could say that humanity to- |
chine of the modern world subju-
appears incapably of controlling
so its in peril of being overthrown | 4; eason: atta ide 40 leah At
of itself suggest to men who ar Tne Nieww Amsterdam which
tion and organization. hak a g of 36,000 tons
ent and beyond the sea would! here it will sail to La Guaira, Ven-
“Meanwhile in so urgent tod ta taaeh
the action of God to learn alv
redeem men from their ills.” |



In obvious reference to Com- Shortly after ten o’elock yes-
munist countries the Pope said terday morning the French liner
that one part of the world already | De Grasse steamed into Carlisi
depersonalized man because “the | Bay from Trinidad,
and tyréinnises the human spirit Phe liner, en route to the United
demon of organization invades Kingdom brought passengers
and “brings under its administra- | from other ¢ bbean territories.
tion the entire gamut of political Ten others j ed the liner here
economic, social and intellectual for the U.K. Local agents for
life from birth to death.” ; the De Grasse are R. M. Jones &

—U?P 0., Ltd

U.S. President-Elect
Spending Holidays |
With Grandchildren

(By H. D, QUIG ).
NEW YORK, Dec. 24,
President-elect Eisenhower, his tow ruddy and beam-
ing, hurried home from his office on Wednesday to spend
the holidays with his grandchildren. Two gaily wrapped
packages tucked under his right arm and waving his hat
with his left hand, he grinned as he left his Commodore
Hotel headquarters and said; “I just have been around to
say merry Christmas to everybody in the office.
Now 1 am knocking off and go- —- -
ing home to spend Christmas with
my family and my grandchildren.
I hope evcrybody else has the
chance to spend as pleasant a
Christmas as I am anticipating.”
Late Wednesday the President-
Elect plans to help his grandchild-
ren—David four years, Barbara
Anne, three year and Susan 11
months—cdecorate a big Christmas
tree. ' Wednesday night he will|Dr. Geoffrey Fis her
help the family fill stockings|of Canterbury arned that “a
which will be hung in the family |“concerted attack on the Christian
residence suite on the second floor | religion such as has never beer
ef Columbiy University Presi-|made before” by totalitarian
dent’s mansion \forces who wish “to eliminate
On Thursday President-Elect |religion and replace it by a
and Mrs. Eisenhower plan to at-|Universal materialism’. This at-
fend church services at 9.00 a.m. |tack jeopardizes the “principles o
in Columbia Univers chapel. |life and morality” enshrined in
They will have a c dinne r | Christianity he wrote
at mid-afternoon c hristma as Day. | —UP
The Eisenhx son John is a |
Maior servings 1 the Third In-
fantry Divisi Korea. His
wife and thre *n drove to
New York o y from their
home in Highl New York

vith the





Archbishop
Issues Warning

LONDON, Dec, 24. . |




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Xmas Message |

I welcome the opportunity, |

through the courtesy of the

“Barbados
sending my
Christmas
Year tw all its readers.
Government House,
Barbados
December, 1952.

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New Immigration Law

Effective In U.S.A.

NEW YORK,
When the French luxury liner Liberte steams into New

York harbour today, more than a fourth of
men will not be
troversial
attacked

election

The Liberte,
at a Hudson River

ES.T., was

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Presidential

crossing |
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In the méan-
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scheduled to dock
pier at 8 a.m.
the first foreign vessel
York since
head of new Immigration Act became ef
to advise on| fective at midnight.

ist Africa, for}

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United
States Immigration Service officers



an tight curtailment of privi-

igned in 1925 to} jeges under the new law
table of Ches-| 3
so the story goes,; At Idlewild international air-
tation with the) port immigration authorities were
switching the) standing by to put alien crewmen
¢ to police'of foreign planes through a
workless when | screening that could force some
chanised, were|of them to spend their U.S fo
In a short! over in detention on Ellis Island
c cost to the rT . s :
field boasted a ; The new law r ade no rm n
; mounted | change in requirements for. -
ie el ning to the U5 :
it, the stor} porary : ,
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taken Sir Percy} geclare they U re
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Dec. 24

A Detail from the ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS by El Greco.

its 974 crew-
able to get off the ship, due to the con-
McCarran-Walter Immigration Act which was

the recent

anx~-

to make th

Laws

spies
undesirable

afte
President-

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passed over President Truman's
veto lust June Congre
ious to revise the outdated Immi
ition and Naturalisation
at the same time
5. safer f Communist
and other aliens of
character
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the passage of the Act.
|Elect Eisenhower has
eck revision of some part
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| Trumans Spending) >

Quiet Xmas

WASHINGTON,

Dec. 24

Mr. Truman, like millions of
other American spent Christmas
Eve in the seclusion of his home
with relatives Christmas is a
family affair to the Trumans, Sx
the President, Mr Traman and
daughter Margaret ill entertain
relatives in the White House in the
trietest privacy Thursday. This
is only the second Christrnas the
Trumans have spent in the White
House since the head of the fam-

became President of the Uni-
ted States, nearly eight years ago.

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in Indepe
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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT



SIX CENTS Low

— Midnight Mass

For Diplomats

ROME, . Dec. 24

The bells of the Eternal City’s churches rang out in
| chiming chorus pror iptly ai midnight si nalling the start
oi traditional masses cel: tir the anniversary of the
rth of the Child of Bethlehen The Pontiff himseft

recited S}



yecial, low mass j ¢

» lov \é i itcan’s Congigtorial Hall
to Diplomatic corps acere d to the Holy :
Plans to hold mass: Mhe beau

ful Mathilde

Chapel vert

Act. Governor the last, minute be-

Makes

Xmas

Broadeast pn ote

H!IS EXCE

{Governor M

i This time let there be a difference

BENG NG NG NG NS 9 AG 8G 8G

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© help the first family
their last Christrnas in the
House. It will be a Seow
Dinner nd the opening of
ips the President will play
no and Margaret will sing
rol The President |

tell wh he got for Bess
irgaret for Christma But
of one gift the Chief

will get already is out

the Presidential Christmas
id ely bound et)

yO? 1g ror nis

W H ef The
House dec th at
( tr tree pola-

i ¢ sre A large

€ tie te e

t t

h Christmas

LLENCY le

iy midnight mas
R Ny i :
' N inne hile he younger

‘ generation
broad

ae eee red the trong sharp wind

» nine said : reach four major Basilicas of

sat listening to the recit pital the older chose their

a, hristmas music t h h ehurche fo iditional
hedral last week, the follo\

! two groups of verses appeal { i t tl

, © ma va rictly

me catching the lilt ar ‘ the Mathilde Chapel is

og ree of the spirit of Chri tuate close to the Papal t
world over The first wa ; ; ; Ee tiene

And ali tt
ring
For joy our

And the secor

Ring out

ina blow
Che civie si

Ribg in th
wight,

Ring in the common love of

good,”

brings out th
folk This

rich or poor a

with our families and tho

; |

The approach of Christma jrecite third 1
|
is the season when, |
|

and never open to the pub-
Only chiefs of missions were
ble to find places in the long and
chapel whose high walls

re richly decorated with middle
false pride in place} ge freseoe’. A huge tapestry de-
{, 'picting the nativity was placed
ander and the spite hind the tits
@ love of truth an | veeited mass

1¢ bells on earth did

Lord was born.”
1d



where the Pope
er the pope re-
ited S@cond mass in his private
‘hapel close to the” Papal bed-
on Thursda ing he will
ne attended
he second Papal mass and only

vy intimates will attend mass
it dawn Thursday The Pontiff is



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ive near and dear to us, and toa f pea the troub led
tr absent relations and friene { . j the t
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pare special thoughts for the | ws aggre oh = at} ge
nd lonely upport charities, for-| SPOR. DS r ee
tive ind forget old seore | - NOU: 10.0 ADEE: BGs
hink well of our fellow n But | ae ee ee See Rea
hen the season is over nd: Pelee Se: S| Wee: WO ere tae
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Cardinal Elect Postpones

Let us all, throughout this ¢ oOo
tion Year, which is so very ne Veparture For Rome
upon u sustain our uplift

Christmas mo

false, ring in the true, ring out the |
old, ring in the new."

M vife
shes to all

and I send our be che

PARIS, Dec, 24.
| Archbishop Carlos Maria De La
or f Eeuad vho is a
t pos tHe ned his
departure for Rome and
of you for a HH \pp) ill not leave before Friday ac-

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GR ONIN ENING



PAGE TWO

Caub Calling

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Holding Santa for Observation





H's Exceliency the Acting

Governor will visit the
Barbad General Hospital this
afternoon at 12.15 o'clock He {
will | accompanied by Capt
WwW. R H Armstrong Private

Secretary.
(cling Puisne Judge
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re priceless possessions should bow in
ME, JUSTICE RICHARD lrrevc: and thanksgiving for them and | M-G-M's
MANNING, Acting Puisne | be Rousqpesea watehful of their safe- |
Judge of the Windward Island =” } SINGIN’... SWINGIN’...
who w n Barbado ho | APRH. 2 to MAY 2 (Teures)—Start |
visit left yesterday B.G his glorious day with pravger; . .
anager C&W Do needs” in. memory of ‘Him "whose birth | GLORIOUS FEELIN ee ae /
Manager C. & W. Dominica enn versery this is. All wholesome | ,
Me CYRIL MALONEY activities. healthy fun rank high IN RAINBOW GOLOR BY 4. :
4 Mes r le and Wirel MAY @ to JUNE @ (Gemini)—it is ™
who has been transferred sebavons With 8 GET plone waaeee|
Dominica, as Manage of the } Y visit i
company’s branch there left : |
\ erd me ng by 8G JUNE t to JULY tH (Cancer)—Youw
YES LCE - ; ro ng ‘ B.C -* Meon Venus end other pianets ieee |
ways. He was accompanied b nas ably aspected this Christmas Day. But
his wife nd family you must help make it better day by
For the past nine years Mr. A |kindliness and generos ty
Wsloney bad been Manager ‘ . | JULY 24 to AUGUST % (Lee)—m 9)
Cable and Wireless’ branch at MRS. MARSORIE CALLENDER (left) in charge of the Special | sigh tasks favoured apd should be gone
St. Kitts. Christmas Hour programme for children at the Public Library on ) with cheerfulness, offered as prayer fo
ut Dec, 22 has everyoue'’s attention as she gives the questions for the less fortunates
{ecountants quiz SI t Tale
> , 4 | AUGUST 23 | SEPTEMBER 2% (Vi
mM" DAVID _MURRA* and ; ; s | | Stars favour religious, hom, children’s
Mir wa eens, re. Cunudians On Holiday Engaged } EVER Mr. Stice, who is res cceamont, but also sas day |
mis of Messrs. Bovell am : to look closely to discover them. rather absent-minded, for- | (Morey Sd nesinctet
Skeete, stationed in St. Vincent, j Barbados on their frst visit @\ONGRATULATIONS to Miss! Agtes g "s d them, color line number, |
arvived ere yesterday mornin: & . nd .Mrs. Charles 44 Dea s Maer ase you've foun , gets his own party- : SEPTEMBER 2 to OCTOBER 2 (Libra)
hy B.G. Airways. to spend the i ig. OP a ee a Ruth Feldman who becomes} the picture. he thinks of this experience and {oy can benefit greatly this promis ng
RE tee eee oe | ae Swerling of Detroit and Windsor, engaged to-day to Mr. Robert! sto, the number comes to day by prayer, good deeds, and enjoying
Christmas holidays with their Ontaric They .arrived on Tues- Phillips . . presto, |“ightful activities with family, worthy
ered ari ‘ ps, A.M.LC.E, at} Tr: the Ba mind. } igh ‘
elatives. ‘a fternoon by T.C.A {rt ccesent at an Officers’. Traini ts in Ad ; | friends.
Trinidad Lady M.L.C. Montreal for a month's holiday School in Alder hot aban Last year Mr. Stice went diiphoek’ sk' ds | HOVERS oo
i Lad Le Montre¢ t ay Scho ! $s é son-~ does a jigsaw puzzle 4 a jay-bird, | p a8
HO” BLE AUDREY JEFFERS nda guests at the Sa Beach don, | hunting and kille | (Seorpie)—Much stimulus in the air;
es r bani I I j 5 make the most acceptable he and his wife ate (good cheer plus reverence should be
2 M.B.E., M.L.C., Trinidad, Hotel, Worthing 5 Miss Feldman, the daughter of | ~ ‘That night he 8 eerenee a
rrived here yesterday by the Also arriving from Montreal Mr. and Mrs, G. G. Feldman of oe gitt for many Per ine bird for supper. wntuane =
S.S. De Grasse for the Christmas 5y the same aircraft for © “Edgeware”’, Navy Gardens,} %n8 “ What is their phone number? | ‘ : : - s
and New Year holidays. She is day were Miss Janet Pringle, a Christ Church, is doing Radio- \eOm om s| yy eeneIg sousey” (‘A8f Ouo eye OmT,) f-18e *4eMeTy | Mears ie te Pepeetese ea
guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. W, school teacher of Allenby School, graphy at King’s College and! __ henarbe nent lacieerteneacelaet tiles tntitshdadettiie 3 \@RMA @ictatoss, tharein ie the. stérting
Scott of “Woodside”, Bay Street. Toronto and Mrs. Helen Donald- hopes to complete her studies in 2 ‘ : : point for great good will, Sagittarius
Also staying as a guest of Dr, son also of Toronto. They will April. She will be married as It’s A Gift He 8s Off [oe ans So
and Mrs. Scott is Miss Gloria be here for — is wees as soon as Mr. Phillips finishes his | DECEMBER 2% to JANUARY 21 (Capri-
Gibbs, a beautician of Trinidad guests at the Marine Hote training. MERRY CHRISTMAS!—no twe Though Santa is getting off to|corm)—Begin your day with prayer; end
who arrived by B.W.LA, last‘ CRiristininn: iitlia\e ao Writes home to say that 4S} words bespeak a kindlier feeling xn early start this year, he has + plot alee ia mek’ We Mba es
week ‘ | ee s ae i re : 5 ame loves England, Shelamong men. But different peo- so many additional places to visit|better by far for at least one. person
Intransit IM" KEITH SMI TH, Head~ pe ev ee, for ry sunshine, ples have different ways of put- he needs a pilot to point out | you know
MONG the passengers arriv-'{~ master of the Grenada Boys ing” eikieeintiy ne * sea bath-|ting it, Let’s see if you can short cuts, Start with him at Up-| JANUARY % to FEBRUARY 2
ing here intransit ¢ Secondary School, arrived over Clat 7 he Aquatic recognize the country of origin per left and find the shortest (Aquarius)—Don't let anything hamper
ini Tom k end by B.W.1.A. for the Club. She wishes all her friend: : ‘ : vou from knowing the true worth for
xemided “yesterday ‘in the SS.b in. holidave in Barbados a happy Christiane | ts bearing these greetings. route that will take him to the|¥u {rom knowing the true wo loving
De Grasse en route to the United ae ee vif ana PP) ristmas.| Five correct is a good score. toy store and to all the six houses) sii the good things with which God has STARRING
Kingdo were Capt. ; nied by his wife an ‘ . on this family list—that is, one| blessed us
> tg Capt. and Mrs, : and they are staying with TONS talations 1. Joyeux Noel—Wales, Italy, poute that «4 avoid dead-ends; | FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) ENE
Capt. Hunt is re g ya tis: relatives ‘at © Mew" House’ | Pies . S to Mr,| France, : without crossing or Simplicity, tol . understanding
sfter having completed. Wis ‘amg spooners. Hill “4 A. A. Hinds, M.B.E, and| 2 Bono Natale — Turkey, ¥ lth SEED ona 6 tale te Bas ee Caelan te
of ST Settee Seek ee © i Mr. J. H, Sharpe who celebr, Rumania, Italy Pr will work wonders. You will meet few id
i ME sistant Fisherie ME, cRAuAM WILKES and {heir ‘birthdays today, They a 3. Feliz Pascuas—France, Spain , Deere. fee try, cover} bstacies to a happy day INNALD "CONNOR:
To St id r N i : Mr. Michael Timpson, As- both Civil Servants, Mr. Hinds is Iceland. . ; YOU BORN TO-DAY: Sturdy charac- i
0 udy ursing istant Master at the Lodge attached to the Secretariat while | Froehliche Weihnachten — {ter, dependable worker and thinker,
ISS RUBY CARMICHAEL, School, lef yesterday morning jy; Sharpe is asad + ne) Lithuania Belgium, Ger- pleasant company Feu. cme me tas -
. vm ; > . ona S attac o , y tead fas oO
daughter of Mr. S. C. Car- B.G. Ait aha a eo St. Customs, ve ‘| ee tg Some Good Advice | your fine charactertties _ cngame com BIE OLDS
michael, Retired Government Vincent, to spenc selr Christmas | 5. Hartelijkke Kerstgoecten — { banions carefully, don’t be disappointed t 7
Printer of Antigua and Mrs. \ys Turfites Fi Trini. Netherlands, Belgium, Nor- | when others cross or disagree with you ; with
Garvichest. es he a “heck ' Wilke ae sccompanied fi or Trinidad | way § Thomas Tusser offered some) don't be mulish in op-nions JEAN H GEN: MILLARD MITCHERL
yesterday afternoon by the §.S. "Y his wife and son, PT°URFITES leaving by B.W.LA | 6. Goa Jul—Sweden, Finland, 200d advice for the Birthdate of: The Saviour of Mankind. .
De Grasse where she will study to attend the Trinidad Christ ‘| Soodlaae, t a a crete ee $ret oe ee oe dealer Ta me CYD CHARISSE
nursing at the Royal Infirmary RRIVING by T.C.A. on Tues- mas five-day ; “*-| 7. Nedlaig mbhaith chugnat — ‘orm of a substitution cryptogram. » a egaet” "| SC OME A PME BA ONE OS EAE ORE Ea Sac BAK BIG OW OE OR DEANE OE OE OE OE ON BES
Sheffield. eestor day from Canada to spend cluded ad a ” Beihai, Ireland, Switzerland, ery. ue think of Ch vor Sree ; MB BASRA BK BA NA NN SA NS SN
During her stay in Barbados, the winter were Mrs. W. T. President f * ;| 8, Boas Festes—P or tu gal, you’ ave starting clues to two - yee: yA:
Miss Carmichael was a guest ni Rogers and Mrs. F. H. Dunham Society who left on Settee elas Greece, Rumania. _ of the words, ; | Insert A Word & Xmas & Prosperous
“Allworth”, Cheapside of Toronto. They expect to be and Mr. Ru ert Maver, City 9. Hauskia Joalua — Serbia &
here for three months as guests Druggist wh ft Tuesd ? Russia, Finland, BN RXOVLNEBL BHI There i popular | 2:
E i the Hotel R : Bees eee Feliz Natal — Brazil, India, EBMT SWWS RXTTO 2 8 very eee 2
“NZAZCC t the Hotel Royal Mr. Bethell was accompanied by| 10, * rr ii : L wo . ; RXO jat old-fashioned festivities which & Nlow Ysar
HE engagement was an- Toe i ae ar same a his daughter, Hazel. ,,, Canada. vad RWETL DON Wieees has a hyphenated Lacey a Zz
nounced last night between |!" ©@mada and staying a e ‘ lor “puemya ‘6 Te8nwog g ‘pur “b ; , Write that name in place of the
Mr. Keith Thornton, son of Mr Hotel Royal for one week was - Christmas Party | wopemg ‘9 ‘SpueyiayeN ‘¢ ‘AURULIEn y © TBO. x’s in the following, and 13); , i q |
i s1,. . Wiis 4 FF: sch ac or Z “4 : : t g ‘
si o at - A enor Hall, ariak alls “Ontario thi = There was a Christma: tmaus: ee ee, eee s0W09 seUr: es © sn an sepsates wards. wih aaah & TH AN i B t DS.
t. Peter, and Miss Deborah Man- ,/OdU0'S Falls, ae . a Chr Ss a - SUD 407 ‘8049 poos syew | vertically,
oe = oe Barbara her fir Family Rou ae et 0 tas Phen Racal Wad cue Aydt seunsuug iv suormtos EBUTABFISPHEA x HINDU ORIENTAL & DRS GOODS MERCHANTS
anning of “Newlands”, Two Mile ; * Keunton ul a ie za . 5 | KKEXXXXXXXKXX :
Hill, St.’ Michael, rTHIS CHRISTMAS. will be night when the management of Fast Question | UGEETYYEYLPRK ie Bombay. @ Barbedss
= cea the, ; 2 eatres gave eir annua! | " [80 .
The engagement was sid quite a family reunion for, , a SapeYyo-[Bot |
1 . & also an- the Hynam familyewhen mployees C mas party at the}. Two friends who were driv * | AV S} eurPU BuyESpU oY ‘wonos , aoe ee
fgunced between Mr. Geoffrey theatlvnam fomilyewnen ttey get ri ctown Paes from San Pranciseo to Porth Uncle. Larry’s | | SUA NNG NG NN NG NN Ni NW 9 NN NN WN
! 3 ~ - . ’ . f ———— — —————— eeeeeeeEeeeeeeeeSSEFHM
E, L. Hutchinson of Taeyea cet Street. Some members of the os cht, 2yees turned out and/planned to have Christmas |
Deacon’s Road and Miss tiseet {@Mily have not seen each other {°reughly enjoyed — themselves,|dinner together at a roadside res- . nt e
Soci deen 3 7 ae for 25 years, eae re gas making}taurant. One left San Francisco For c | astings ranc oO
Mrs. Stanley Edwards of “Cite Mr. Edgar “Kaiser? Hynam J 10%. party began quietly|at 7 o’clock in the morning, and Billy hristmas his |
Ville” Fone ards of “Clitton. wi. has Been worling"in’ Aruhe. wit Mite Alice Armstrong at the travelled north at the rate of 35 top. erhatio seen him a plastic |
For Income Tax Course for several years with the Lago p ti at ee ne of the tra-|miles an hour. The second could hi, saaher has bought | .
R'N omN ee, Oil and Transport Co. arrived hey Season's songs. She then|not get away until 10.30 a.m, 2, @ truck, There’s an airplane |
t. N. D. OSBORNE, Assist- recently for ten weeks’ ‘holiday 'D8¢d to dance tempo. How fast would he have to drive ™@d@ of wood, and a blue pres- |
ant Commissioner of Income Which he. is pending with | Ly The party was held in thejin order to overtake his friend °"t. ade of metal. One of the |
a ‘ ) 2 ~V 1 spe ¥ is z ; 3 al, }
Tax and Death Duties, left for mother at Woudside Gardens MS Ic oo of the theatre, at 6 p.m.,? a toys is painted red, but the gun |
the United Kingdom yesterday 5 ater in the evening the ‘wduytg so ‘sanoy my | painted yellow. Which pres-. j : ; '
afternoon in the S.S. De Grasse .. Other members of the family in ‘roleers & group of local|¥t SHU oBf saayip uew puosag ‘soya CNt did Billy’s Uncle Larry give IS especia y convenien
to attend a six-month course at Barbados are Mr, and Mrs, ©#"ol singers. came and things a eens ot Ge ene ee Lene him? sain
the Colonial Income Tax Office, Charlie Nynam and their daugh- ‘00K a new and even livelier turn, ene eee ee ene Ve Se auatdayy Wepoom par y cuensuy HOTEL ee
London, er Penelope of Trinidad. They _, The “Caroleers” ng was waite CN BE MARINE Wiliit, N
Trinidad Salesman rrived yesterday by the §.S, pleasant to listen to.
ek AER o' atnie a Grasse for the Christmas and me a a lasted two hours and LISTENING H
from Trinidad ‘wis my iad is aoe ie ade ae ey each cher On ee Y _ wishing Located at “The Village,” Marine Gap, in the
holidaying in St. Lucia. arrived Seat r% and Mrs. A. w, © son's greetings. hotel district, this neighbourhood office is designed
. » a, arrived Scott. THURSDA . q . / sary, : ; +18 av, .
here on WN & t , . ¥, DECEMBER 25, 1952 p.m. Radio N to serve those who wish to avoid the busy down-
oak londay afternoon by Mr. Hynam is Agricultural Service . y 7 Novello, 8.45 y.1. World ‘Attabes oe _ | town district.
-A., intransit for Trinidad Office, tationed at & HE ANN Special wavelengths will be in opetas Sivight Ride, '® 30 ie tee ;
to spend the Christmas holidays and ‘ os _ San Fer- I Cc 1 UAL CHRISTMAS ene area between 14.00 ad 15°18 Ip p.m The News, 10 “yrom —e Currency Exchange; Funds Remitted or trans-
' and . arol Service at St, Am- ails will be given at thé Editorials, 10 15 ‘ | ferred.
brose Church will take place on microphone 10.30 p.m. From the ‘Third ‘Progen’ | Travellers’ Cheques Letters of Credit nego-
Sunday, December 28 at 7.00},,'9 &m. The Qpeen's Inheritance, es ees ee Cashed; tiated.
ae The Choir will be assisted di acu if Christmas Message by Het SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 100s | Ww Chequing Accounts Con- Savings Deposits accept-
bY a number of tocal artistes. 4.10--6.00 pm. 26.53M eS ae * a $ ig Market Quotatio: TEvstioa
The LS aa i pi—aiieeciaee | co nse rote ne | § arket Qu ns e,
Lian’, + Qtganist’ will be Mr.| + p.m. The News, 4.15 p.m. Christmas Service, 415 Dim Grade iia ee | & 2 BRANCHES IN BARBADOS,
Boldin u tens Snr. and the] tas Halt one ro es be pm. Semprini, 5 p.m. Ivor Novello. | < Bridgetown Branch:—H_ B, INCE, Manager.
» Mrs. John Kirton. Bend, 5-43 p.m. Sandy MacPherson ane. See aan ene 49.700 Hastings Branch.—H. L.. INNISS, Officer in Charge,
Returns To Gr 6.0—3.45 p.m. 9.8, 0.706, fe ee Ee ee |
renada —— aes : |
ETURNING ade 6 p.m. Welsh Miscellany, 6.25 pm. an’ Pony, ee eee §.16 p.m. |
R + to Grenada on| Christmas Cheer, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Round Up and Proas abe. Seer: |
Monday af te Up and Programme Parade, 7 m. The " = s Meee rede, 7 p.m. |
: 5 rnoon by ube . Pp a The News, 7.10 p.m. Home News from
Harford pas, Mt; BE. J. de B. [pin Wel see mean? Bells, 7.18 Britain 115 pom. Behind the News” |
farford, planter of Vendome, St.|7.—10.80 pm.” a1.aeMt, 49.ring Ae 10-80 P-m SLM, O10 |
reorge’s. i hel St eee . : neg ———— |
: 7.48 Sports Review.
Mr, Harford came over to Bar-{» 4 bed or yoraeoes a Service, 815 Radio ius. Ba om “pene in |
bades through the illness and Favourites. from the Forces, 3-40 pay {iusion, 848 p.m. Melody _ Mixture,
death of his oldest sister, the lat. |The Queen's Inheritance, 943 fine nm ahieoae Aaa recs ha ee |
Collymore Rock! Highgate, Upper | Sita ™a pin Mine’ nts, Naa", the 10-90 pm: The All Rena Show |
. O Magnum Mysterium, 19.45 p.m. Christe f

mas Story

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Can & come in? 4.45
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yho has recently returned from | ~~ fews, 4.10 pam.
England where she spent one and & half years, left for St. Vincent/p.m. Racing,
on Monday afternoon by B.G. | 6-00—7.48 pm,
Airways for a holiday.

WHAT shall we
thinking about as they paused at

get for Christmas. That's what these five boys are

one of the toy counters in a city
will be answered.



store. This morning their question

6 p.m

j Merchant Navy Programme,
16.15 p.m

Tip Top Tunes, 6.45 p.m,

Gam an Sports Round Up and Programme
Parade, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m
fiterlude, 7.15 pam, West Indian Diary.
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25, 1952



At The

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Singin’ In The Rain ew Car |B

GREETINGS EVERYONE,

and may your



Christmas young hoofer from



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





PAGE THREE



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burlesque to portrayed as normal, Wanted: a British-built car;)

be as cherry, colourful and tuneful as the musicals that are “®e Great White Way, and there youngsters, who have good man- Sturdy enough to take the punish~

showing at this holiday time.
between them, but looking at them from every
think SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN is first choice.

This cheerful film is showing at
the Globe opening Dec. 25 and not
only stars Gene Kelly but also has
him as one of its directors. With
him is Donald O’Connor who is a
first rate comedian and a nimble
dancer into the bargain, Debbie
Reynolds, who is as cute a trick
as you could wish and Jean Hagen
who leaves behind dramatic roles
to play the dumb movie star of the
silent films.

The plot concerns the making
and breaking of movie careers
when the talkies hit Hollywood
way back in the ‘20’s’ and the
ability of the movie. capital to
laugh at itself and make fun of its
growing pains has turned a routine
boy-gets-girl story into a superior
musical comedy, in this tale of
early sound pictures.

The film gets off to a rollicking
start with a Hollywvod opening
night in the good old silent days,
with the fatuous, gossip-column
announcer, the glamourous ‘stars
in the hilariously unbecoming cos-
tumes of the period, the seething
mobs of fans, and of course, the
fainting women. After a brief in-
terlude, in which we see the rise
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Meant For Me”, “Good lication, me a enough to adapt —

“All | Do Is Dream of There are several lively produc=’ Hently a!
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altitude changes;
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verve, tation, while more intimate tunes att hoe ~— Cowen Set —
Che cast is top-Notch and there sung by Miss Wyman and Bing ioug_relt want in the latest car off
wre Some excellent numbers by are warm and pleasing. saece

_the production line — the new
“Humber Super Snipe saloon.

And they have given ace racing
ériver, Stirling Moss, the job of
proving their theory.

Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor two make a grand team and Miss
together and individually. The Wyman shows that sbe is equally
script sparkles with wit and gaiety as good, if not better, than a lot of
ind the overall result is tuneful, the song and dance aftists and
joyous entertainment. also that she is an extraordinarily
Just For ‘You versatile person. Bing Crosby Moss, still in his eariy twenties
The other musical is JUST FOR dominates the seene with his usual ‘is to captain a team of test driv-
You at the Empire. I call it a casual competence and wry hum- ers who will take the new car
musical, but it is really a pleasant- our While Arthur Brown and through fifteen Europesn coun-
sentimental domestic comedy Natalie Wood are tops as his two tries in five days, — 3,352 miles
h music, and it is eminently children, One of the most engag-. from Oslo to Villar Formoso on
ted to the talents of its two ing bits a picture is contribue the Spanish-Portuguese border.
_ Bing Crosby and Jane Wy- ted by el Barrymore as the
man am Headmistress of % fashionable , TR starting date, was on DJ
The plot is a very busy one and girl’s school, and it is a joy to see Doe 2, especially chosen s0|
concerns a successful Broadway this veteran actress, riding a motor ; one ot Mag weeened cae
Le RR gy ig eck ‘ted scooter loaded with vegetables, worst possi le weather conditions
ter acquainted with his mother- down the village street! Her hum- on every type of road.
less son and daughter. Compli- our is delightful and her scene: To reach their céstination the
cations ensue when the eighteen- With Bing among the best. four-man team will have to aver-
year-old bey develops a very acute There's not much more I can say age 40 m.p-h, night and day, in-
case of puppy-love for his father’s except that there are some catchy clusive of frontier formalities and
leading lady who, unknown to him, tunes —- “Zing a Little Zong” and refuelling stops.
is engaged to marry the pro- “I'll Si-Si Ya in Bahia* — to
ducer. Some telling points are mention two that add their share
made in the film regarding family of gaiety to this very pleasant
relations, snobbery and the discip- Picture
line required for creative work
and for once, the two children are







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The car's capabilities at high al-
titudes will be tested when it
climbs the 7,503 St. Julier Pass in

"1 , a Switzerland, And it is only one of |
Big Jim MeClain x passes in a 7@-mile stretch,

And now for our serious film. LE
BIG JIM McCLAIN at the Plaza, oT
Bridgetown, is a timely melodrama —— -
that points up some tragic home
truths about the Communists and
their knack of escaping discovery
and punishment.

The background of the story is
Hawaii where an investigator for
the House Un-American Activities
Committee is sent with an assis- John Wayne plays Big Jim and
tant to ferret out the Commu- j¢ is a tailor-made role for him,
nists. The plot concerns the activ- while Nancy Olson is his sweet- |
ities of these two men and there heart, I find Miss Olson a most |
is a romance woven in the story. appealing young actress. She acts
The important feature. of the film well and there is a warmth al
is the way the Communists work, sincerity to her performance that





are apt to over-simplify a very
serious issue, and this is no ex-|
ception, but because of its melo-|
dramatic format, it may alert sec-
tions of the audience to Commu-
nist techniques.

BUBRE SOIC ime

and we see them throwing their j¢ most refreshing

expendables to the wolves so that

those members who are irreplace That's all for now—except to
yble can remain hidden. We also wish all of you a Merry, Merry =
ce. the guilty ones go free by Christmas %

nvoking the protection of the 6th

stitution while, at the same time, |
they make a mockery ot the whole |

Constitution. Most of the films 2
whose object is to expose the
workings of the Communist Party, |





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-DR. BOMBARD n uorsdos'iataea —‘rhopee waener they will Be 's J
dinghy, after taking 65 day 10 The ; Chr : . fel magnate Dean
1 at Stroud Bay, s _ cane £ 2S peery vo servi ns up his idea of the
n }
I ki { days to cross t i ) ugh man ll be n r
idvocate yvesier- fisherman said. *[ ha bd >» nduc i I ild be located on a hill
1 splendid ing now for some yea! in thieh Alps in the background
) Bor ird Is staying on board ouce Had lo swim about four m be conduc i by i jediterranean in the
y > land er my DOat Wa unk in rougs Ljulheran World Federation and 1 fuere would be. a
> n during the trip. as, Ine doctor's feat would take the Jerusalem Young svat } sof rport within walking
A a much more intrepid heart than Christian Association two mil cooking would be
a s ‘ picture of the mine Va another oCcasion higa from Bethlehem Fi q i Philippino waiters
; r ( Y oat at I vinds carried me off my course j : : food. The rooms
hs : and I was out for nearly two days According to custom Protests yori 1 be bridal suites, with
anienr A radio i nearl lost _ his without food. “I canno in do not have any in ind sliding glass
had ¢ iI 44 ‘ on m three r four varvelling how doctor i nativity of the Church al 1 phon operators
Lond 1 ; e} That wa when he out to live 1 pl ton, they are allowed to pray in ; ical
1 calm for 27 days iin, and ra 1 for 65 days.’ Crinodox section of the Car !
T me day he threw a H 1id he suid never go to ,snrine. itt would ‘rve
b irgh (¢ ‘ y Bact € into the ea which , , ! “9 «withou prov eR TY fase. chi : ; oad “ Marti The staff
ins ieee ¢ tee: i on wwed. By doing this he was DR. BOMBORD'S rubber dinghy L'Heretique could not sail against the wind so it was brought from beats mets think that a mun he Patriarenias eanccgersr age tel , : ; that ‘ti
Ct I on the Listener le to assess his speed. “I saw Stroud Bay to Bridgetown on top of Mr. Ian Gale’s Austin Seven. ; . Hiterately diet himself |77tve: of Jerusalem this morn-
Che a : ' Bom- in the water for three On the way down it aroused niuch comment from people on the road and nearly frightened others off o kton, rain water and raw [128 The procession will ’ : seas
bard madé tl re when he > You cat understand my their bicycles. ish. “iis added, t you never} oe 7 = er Pea ¥ Bs ath b
: Ww? - ; : i shoyj.~vraver service and I 1 )
met the. o eee i 2 oy : om witarnt there, thay waved him bon He wanted to come to the Carib- sieur G, H. Morouikie n, an ther ¢ is | what these ientific chaps will "peaees a Bethlehem. complain about,”
{raka é on for vitamins. © » hoping that some day bean, either to Barbados or one Frenchman, were having breakfast. will be, up to The papers said
Afie I ¢ iis plankton he used a Housge ia. neet again ” of the islands of the Freneh West im the cabin. he made the voyage and lived. RH HS
€ s yr. Bom- bag which he placed over they would .m ar Indie The happy group chatted over He has proved that men can live & BNSNeS
> He . re of the Boat He then When he intimated that he Bis interest in the French breakfast, th doctor relating on this diet, but there must b
é Fifteen e wu I Kton from the bag | uid sail for the West Indies in west Indies was patriotic. As a some of his experiences during the y ty few mea who would make | 2
) ne \f I i From with a spoon his. dinghy,.the President gave an Frenchman, he wanted to see trip After breakfast, they had a 4 trip of that nature. =
WW kK c I : ; Happy ' order that No one should tow him one of the French Colonies. But drink, and perhaps the happiest He is a man to be admired” aS a ws
sengers ! wae ate mA It was a hap; augury that cut of the harbour His revly tO his friends were here, and now moment of all, was when» Mr. .iiq g hop assistant. “He made | ae ma _ &
poll t mee Dr. Bombard to Barba- the President was “you have for- that they are re-united, he is Staniland brought _ out oe ‘ the certain statements which seeme | 2m & Ta «
ff Beirut, He t —— for here he was reunited bidden me to sail any more, I extremely happy to be here. He cupboard a bottle of V ae . nad hard to believe, but he has prove = , wer
She i utiful v ; Bonnie Staniland apologise If I am lost at sea, ssid, “in any case, I prefer an French Liqueur which he had |, em to be true, He must ‘feel . te AG &
omma end f friends after please accept my further apolo- English country. bought 18 months ago in Guern- Gabe aatlelad Site. Ys mself today.” z @ wy Pa
€ Casablanea 65 gies.” : When the Stanilands received SCY, one of the Channel Islands ‘Alam Sy emihyn re he S os
; . Dr c he ss ete: y er Peas > Xmas Present eaman with 23 years at seo t aneon’s &
Oh : of his arrival And so Dr. Bombard weighed news of his arrival at Barbados mas . yut it this way. “It takes a man Es ~CasOtles
I bard. 1 I t * here anchor out of Casablanca, wear- on Tuesday, they were most Mr. Staniland presented it to z th « ae ota t * tee % ‘} | at ahs hep. € =
e which pe : tae The ey met for the first ing truby hat which was since happy They were with Dr, Dr. Bombard as a Christmas pre- | 3 Ma ae re oo , being ee GREE ING
ocate He | Wner rar aad when he jost at sea. He arrived at Las David Payne, and immediately, se As he received it. the doc- ‘TP. | ore uns Ay cn evo, es A
ae me ee ie e the protests of the Palmas on September 3, and they hurried to the Central tor’s eyes lit up, and he gasped 7 on te ay experience who wou
Dr. Bombard feels U his €X- Beesident of the Yacht Club again set sail on October 19th. Police Station in the doctor’s car, joyfully, ot - have tried it.
rie houl yod morale where they welcomed their _ Later Dr. Bombard and Miss



re-union was co-incidental

and



ae ee Se ee Gras ttne'nortng” “=~ NEWSPAPER









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‘ le Th - Neither the Stanilands nor Dr. a
: in two respects. The winds had | + " F , aa . ION “wh Ee
eu favoured Dr. Bombard by bring- gs any a : ay a bo COR RESI ON DEN I SS
’ try ing him to Barbados, and second- P/@DS are for the nex ew : aA: . .
i : i ly, the Nymph Errant, the Stani- With the long holid ay the Stanil- AKNES TED Eo Beat Wishes
land’s Yacht was on dry dock. fo io ll be oF — held up sh thes s
" = - art s, ¢ r I I Asin
‘ The Stanilands had planned to ee sn aoe faery ken me aa THe HAGUS, Nemerilands
of the ; e v ai leave Barbados and arrive at “y ss aa tir a Mg th os ind.’ : " tiles aa §
life bgats die beca 1 no Antigua in time for Christmas to Seah Vu eenwentey 20 aes Leet it iam
2 : g ho > lept durin Dutel rre mdent t u
havethe da ninatio to meet Mrs. Anne Davidson but } mel ee r y m4 ; } a : e ie 5 ae a ; Tas ; L in C oer Ar A ROS PLroud
li “If from ti to time thest this was not to be eo ib nn chal get : a eed (3; Pe Ae =
ven better xam- The } Dr. Bombard said he used a ten 10Vliein =«6Fisarev, 3i, Was :
people are i 1 be exan What was more _ paradoxical ; : : “Tat ‘ot &
or : f cover, and during the night he estea last night by the Dutci |] @&%
es there m ie Wl ve much was that during the past few slept. Sleep w imp hh] ie ; BpIGOn of. « on Ry
gher he id. days before Dr, Bombard’s ar- an . : ee = 79

> ing the day, and on tw
; 1e St 5 2 Sere ’
rival, the Stanilands were both occasions, when he slept

laid up with the “flu”, and Mrs. }.. gid not know wheth that security documents wer
Staniland got out of bed to meet 1 the ding in the 1 F tig oh pl
, Sat : ” : in the dingy or in the ater found in his apartment. The Sovie
the doctor when they received His wife and children are in jmbassy v nformed th
oka ob atiniehah § ar ‘ ! smbassy N i I ec ol ‘
_ Du ee France where he left them six grrest. Pisarey worked for Tass
uring uesday night, the months ago. He undertook the in, Fioliand

Stanilands and Dr. Bombard cele- trip through the “courageous He
brated their re-union on board I :

, " : spirit’ of his wife who never
the Nymph | Errant, drinking tried to stop him.

cording to tne Foreign Minisuy
(ne official statement addea

t
3

Never Sea Sick

Dr; Bombard was never once
easick during his tri;

As regards to diarrhoea Dr.
Bombard’said that he uffer-
ing from-diarrhoea when he met
the captatn of the Arakaka. The
captain gave hi fruit hich
ured -his ‘diarrhoea’, he said
L'Heretique they





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pumped. In the mornings Yesterday morning when the pjankton and water, the doctor {Yr eens lon civil. servants - in oy
Dr. Bonba ind th¢ 1 little Advocate visited the Yacht which g}so realised for the first time PUteh Government offices whom &
deflated because of the cold dur~ AFTER 65 days a happy reunion on board the yacht “Nymph Errant”. is on Dock, the re-unionists, with that a man rescued at sea and @ Offered money and expensive em
ing the night. Left to right Win Gordon, Dr. Bombard, Mrs. Staniland, Master Ian Miss Winnie Gordon, the Austra- taken prisoner during a war is @nhers where champagne flowed. ow
Dre Bomlsard ate many barna- Staniland and John Staniland owner of the “Nymph Errant”. lian member of the Crew of the like a wounded man, He advocates They said he also contacted army ee:
cles~at sea. More barnacles he Dr, Bombard is telling his friends some of his experiences dtr- Nymph Errant, Monsieur Guy that he should be given the same Pfficers in an effort to get informa- Ua Rea A ak 2 atid eaieatiis OE POSE (NGS ee
said accumulated on his boat at ing his 65 days crossing of the Atlantic in a 15 ft. rubber dinghy. Massel, a Frenchman holidaying @ On page 10. tion about Dutch defence matters. | § wa VAY AXES iN# RAINS Ann XN



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25,

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1952



BARBADOS



Man Must Face Grand
Sessions For House

Breaking And Larceny

HIS WORSHIP MR. E. A. McLEOD, Police Magistrate
of District ‘‘A”, yesterday committed to the next sitting of
the Court of Grand Sessions, 24-year-old Ivan King of
Kendal Hill, Christ Church, on a charge” of breaking into
the Civic Store, Swan Street and stealing articles to the
value of £44 11s. 1d. sometime between Nov. 3 and Nov. 4.
Sgt. Alleyne, attached to Central

Police Station prosecuted for the
Police in the preliminary hearing.

REMANDED WITH BAIL

Oswald Marshall (28) of Villa
Road, St, Michael was remanded
with bail in the sum of £25 until
Dec, 30 when he appeared before
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith,
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”, charged by the Police
with the larceny of a quantity of
building lime the property
Manning & Co., Ltd.

The prosecution alleged that the
offence was committed on Dec, 11,
The value of the lime was put at

Bread St. Was
One Way Street
Yesterday

Broad Street was ‘one way’
street yesterday for bicycles A
Policeman opposite Bruce Weath-
erheads Ltd. directed cyclists
across Middle Street.

It was the last shopping day
to Christmas and people again
packed the stores ef the city.

a

of



£14 7/6. They were making their last
INDECENT LANGUAGE minute purchases, Parents were
——+__~—_ in search of toys, and children



A fine of 20/- to be paid in seven
days or one month's imprisonment
with hard labour was imposed on
Chesterfield Taitt of Braggs Hill,
St. Joseph by His Worship Mr.
G. B. Griffith, Acting Police
Magistrate. of District ‘A”, for
using indecent language on Busby

were converting cash presents into
toys, sweets, etc.

Although a number of people
from the country came into town,
the country shops were also
crowded with Christmas shoppers
yesterday.

Alley, St. Michael yesterday Sellers of artificiai Jowers did a
morning. brisk trade yesterday. House-
Taitt pleaded guilty to the wives bought without much per- ‘

charge. The case was brought by
Island Constable Greénidge while

Sgt. Alleyne prosecuted for the
Police.

suasion and long before noon the
majority of the sellers were going
home with a smile of contentment
on their faces,

Advocate.





THEFTS REPORTED Last night Broad Street was
So eR ererenirene: filled with people admiring the
Oriol Excoda of the Hotel Royal, decorated show windows. Here
Christ Church reported to the and there groups of people were
Police yesterday that a cameru

wishing each other the compli-
ments of the season and a happy
atmosphere prevailed.

valued at $250 and a wrist watch
valued at $120 which he left on
Rockley Beach, Christ Church
about 3.30 p.m. on Dec. 23 were
stolen.

J. B. Marsh of Bannatyne,
Christ Church reported that a
quantity of articles valued at $16

Book Tells Story



She

ADVOCATE



WINNER RECEIVES TURK

Number competition,



Blind Girl From Germany
Speaks Five Languages

MARIANNE WILKE will be a month late for the
winter term at Heidelberg University.
Harwich after two months’ visit to Britain and leaves be-
hind her MPs, railway men, and factory workers full oi

sailed fron



were stolen from his residence . admiration and amazement.
sometime between Dec. 22 and Of Hong Kong . Brilliant would describe any School, the Bournville estate,
Dec. 23. r girl who had achieved what Birmingham, Worcester College
Harold Yearwood of Shufflers Hong Kong takes pride of place Marianne has at the age of 22. for Blind Boys, the Royal In-
Village, St. Joseph reported that in a new book series published by But for her it has been much stitute for the Blind at Edin-
a sheep valued at $10 was stolen H.M. Stationery Office on behalf more difficult. She was born burgh, a school for backware
from his yard on the night of Dee. of the Colonial Office. This first blind. children, an engineering works
23. the story of Hong Kong She knows five languages — and a newspaper office.
aee noc in no dry blue-book manner. It is German, English, Ytallan, French gue ig an only child, and her
Shortly after 8.30 a.m. yester- vies 7 we eee aoe Spanish home is at Stederdorf, a small
an accident oceurred on Particularly for his “Arabia and Ppanish. "| iworcity Village near Paine, between
Hinks Street, City, between a mo- Isles,” in which he described the . wr m 540 Pr es ee Hanover and Brunswick. Her
tor lorry and a horse-drawn cart ne Seen a are Bien ze teksto B Ay togen father is an iron mine manager.
Ley ‘lens s. 1€8, g o wha las recome i _ Seale snails Ta es set : )
Shetdh Vulene te Mitichesl. bs. known as “Ingrams' Peace”, A when she finishes her course UNO. arte Ot iaaht sevens
The cart was damaged. At the {ormer political adviser and act- next year she will sit for her probably as an interpreter.
time of the accident, the cart was ing-Governor of Aden, he jour- M.A. in English. Later she goes : LES,
being drawn up + Hinks Street Teree with a wae bareugh the to Italy for more study.
‘ ; = tae eon ‘ adhramaut alley an unex- el , one UR on Ew ce we oe
The opposite direction, VN ' plored’ territory ‘and, produced ¢ ,,.When she, was eight Marianne / ESN E RG NG NONG NG
ro : report on which ritish policy °** as An a ie ‘han
se ‘i subsequently was based, Colonial fiute ry is now an neler
Acting District pcrnlegmirator mes a onsibas organist.
o Mauritius and the oO oast,
» OM Ingrams now lives in Kent with The Third —
Welfare Officer his family, including an adopted Music is one of her hobbies. =
Miss Alma Parris, headmistress Gaughter, an Arab girl. The others include astronomy, ba
of the Indian Ground Girls’ School Second book in the — series, theology, literature, anthropol - =
has been appointed to act as Wel- Which is to be called The Carona ogy, and_ listening to the BBC's! 4
fare Officer for the Leeward Dis- Library, will be on Sierra Leone. Third Programme — her fav- SS
trict for six months, She assumes This is to be written by Roy ourite. ' s
duty on Monday. Lewis, who has become promi- This has been Marianne’s third |
Miss Parris will be acting in nent of late as co-author of such visit to Britain in four years. She Ee]
place of Mr

O. Weekes who is excellent volumes as “Profession-

has been staying at an interna-|3
leaving the Colony to undergo a al People” and “The English tional hostel in Hampstead, and .
training course. Middle Classes.” has visited Sherborne Girls

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ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORES



MR. COLIN BAYLEY (right) takes the turkey from Mr. Trover Gale, Advertising Manager of the
Mr. Bayley won the Advocate’s mas

Church Services

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CHRISTMAS

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8 am. Holy ¢
Choral Eucharist &
Matins & Sermor
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Heed Of Je wellery
Firnt Witts Turkey

| Advecate Christmas

From ‘one quality Street
7 yi



Number Competition was won this iy

Mr. Colir vley, head of [oO another A

irm of Louis L. Bayley, Jewel- j -_ sa aie

ters of Bolton Lane, Bridgetown. +e oe i

There were more entries than
ever this year and the total re-
ceived ran into the thousands.
This was no doubt due to the fact
that the clues were a litte
easier this year than in the
past and the competition went
to the first correct set of
nswers received Last year's
winner, commenting on how much
easier the competition was ” this
year, when he brought in his solue
tion, said he felt sure he was one,

hundred percent right. However
he did not repeat his success of
‘ast year as Mr. Bayley was we
abead of the pack from, an earl

date
There were 59 clues and the
winner answered every one cor-
recily. This is the second time
since the inauguration of the com- p B
pe'ition that a complete set of
correct answers has been received



Comniurity Choir
To Give Recital




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sf

On Sunday, December 28th, the ei
St. Michael Combined Choir wil esantet antade ahiean amate eutaih tmucasiatess Mitel Oe BEBE.
give a Recital of Christmas Music We AAAANANNAAT ES,
at Queen's Park House at 4 p.m WS %
The Choir will be led by Mr SS f 3]
Egbert S. McClean He will be — x Yi ’
assisted by some of the island's mn /
leading artistes including Dr
W. H. Wiggins on the Musical
Bottles, Mr, S, E. Headley and his
Phitharmonic Orchestra, Mr. Ben
Gibson and Mr. O. Bovee a flute
player of reputation Mi S ai ad ona
Osborne will be at the piano. In every colourful Xma











pendant, in the soft
glitter of Xmas tree
lights, in the very
atmosphere cheerful with
hearty banter, anywhere
everywhere



Recital Of Xmas
Music At St. Mary’s

Next Sunday afternoon, the
28th December, at 4.15, the aug-

nted Choir of St. Mary's
Chureh will render a programme
of Xmas Music.

ri.is programme promises to be
very interesting and the choir has
been very hard at work preparing

Our Wishes
for A Very Merry Christmas
and



“Bbervige such numbers as “And the Glory of ‘ A Happy and Prospe rous Des U ar =
. the Lord” and the “Hallelujah =
Chorus” both from the “Messiah =
by Handel. There is a very attrac- 1 a | | : & (
< vee lection of carols by well (1e0. Na i¢ \ 1 0.. :
known composers and the audienc: v
can be assured that the choir will &
W. St. five up to his reputation for ren- , (B'dos) Ld
mr. G. dering good music, ‘ i e
The visiting artistes tre “i &
Nell Hall who will sing Mozart's ia os Lo
Rev F- “Ajlelulia”, Mr. George Morris & i a ae
Scott singing “Every Valley shall be & ‘ o8 ' ttle ee
D FE. Exalted’, by Handel and Bandsman | tr eae
rev. G. G. Lovelle will play Hayden’s{;

May

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Very Happy Christmas



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Plans For A Great

| Sr ees |

BARBADOS ef ADVOCATE

», Bridgetown. tinted by the Advocate Co. 1.44., Broad

Thursday, December 25, 1952





CHRISTM.

CHRISTMAS, it is often said, is for the
children. While it may be often true that
children derive greater personal satisfac-
tion from the celebration of Christmas
than do adults, yet Christmas may betier
be described as being about a Child.
Christians regard Christmas not as a sur-
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 commut-
ities Cristes Mass, the mass of Christ, is
celebrated in honour of the Child Jesus.
Had this Child been any ordinary child
the commemoration of his birthday so
many hundred of years after His birth
would have been significant enough. Had
the Child born in a stable of the small
Jewish town of Bethlehem been just an-
other Jewish child and son of a simple
carpenter from Nazareth the fame and
honour which attaches to His name even
among non-Christians would have been
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 Flesh) upon
earth believe that this nature was assum-
ed by Jesus who from all eternity derived
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 gave them
power to become the sons of God”.

Throughout Christmastide which be-
gins with the vigil of Christmas and lasts
until January 18 the liturgy of the Church
is concerned with the declaration of the
triple birth of the Word’. “The Word”
which according to St. John “was made
flesh and dwelt among us “from all etern-
ity derives His Divine nature from the
Father; He assumed a human nature given
Him by the Virgin: and he unites our
souls to Him in the course of time. This
triple belief forms the core of what Christ-
ians believe not only at Christmastide but
for all time and eternity. For Christians
therefore Christmas can never be regard-
ed as 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-
ing great joy and the Church vibrates with
the happy exulting cries of “Gloria in ex-
celsis”. .

Even those who do not share the beliefs
of Christians cannot but be impressed by
the spirit of Christmas. Even those who
mock at Christians and deride their most
sacred beliefs unconsciously do homage to
Christ when they accuse Christians of not
following His example. The splendid
human nature of the Child Jesus, growing
up in that holy family life in Nazareth,
where charity, mutual help, respect and
obedience were practised as never before
or since by human families has been held
up as a mirror of what family life should
be to countless millions of men and
women,

How 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 torments and
suffering on Calvary; not pause in admi-
ration and respect tor one whose life was
so blameless? Yet the lesson of Christmas,
the lesson of the Lamb ‘of God, spotless
without blemish, The meaning of the
Crucifixion and the death on the Cross of
Calvary has not been learnt and in this
year of our Lord 1952 the Church of
Christ has to mingle with its rejoicing,
prayers and lamentations for those of its
suffering members who are being tortured
and persecuted because of unshakeable
loyalty to the Child Jesus whose birth into
the world in a stable of Bethlehem Christ-
jans commemorate to-day. Christianity
from the beginning was filled with suffer-
ing. Three days after Christmas day the
Church commemorates the death by
Herod’s orders of all the male children
that were in Bethlehem and in all tu
borders thereof, from two years old and
under. None of us need to be reminded of
the terrible sufferings and persecutions
out of which the Church grew from the
tiny “mustard seed” of the early faithful
into the great society of Christendom with-
out which the civilised world to which
so many pay lip-service would be lacking
in so much of the sweetness, light and
beauty which in spite of persecution per-
sists to our day. Christianity alone offers
to all human beings irrespective of origin
the only power worthy of pursuit by man
the power to become the sons of God. . In
that respect Christmas is truly the festi- |
val of the children because all Christians

are children of the Father, who is God, |

BARBADOS





beats
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LONDON.
great new British
arved out of the heart
f Afri and covering 3 million
les —- bigger than the
ates—have been publish-







a
Six British territories in Capri-
orn Africa are involved—Kenya
M M Land), Tanganyika
nda, in. Bast Africa;
Rhodesia (the one self-
territory) Northern





Proposed F. ederal

Dominion of

and Nyasaland. C .
In the federation of all these apricorn
territories, the authors of the pla..



the Capricorn Africa Society,
headquartered in Southern Rho-
ee the big chance of solv-
ing two pressing problems. oe
is the multi-racial question, ih-
volving co-operation of blacks,
browns and Whites in political,
conomie and social advance. e
The second problem is how to
attract the billions of outside capi-
tal necessary to enable a poten- only because of their -inaccessi-
tially very wealthy area of the pjlity and a lack of money to

“Dark Continent” to take big de- develop essential communications
velopment strides. to the minefields

An eye is cast on American as
24,000,000 Peoplf

well as British investment. The
sponsors recognise British capital ri
will not be enough and that, the Che present population of the
American investor will only be ‘ix British-controlled territories
interested if there is an economic 18 about 24 million. It is contend-
devegopment unit of the size and ed that without robbing one Afri-
promise held out by the six coun- can of an acre of land, the whole
try federation. area could absorb at least five mil-
There is plenty of assurances lion white people in the next
from ditferent quarters that here ‘wenty years and more than 20
no fears need be entertained o* Million in a generation, Within
another East African groundnuts the next century, writes “Chart-
fiasco — the scheme under which ist”, author of “African’s Chal-
Labour lost over £30 million of lenge” published last fortnight,
the British taxpayer's money. the Capricorn area could support

Fe a black and white population of
What are the claims? A British 180 million. a, ,

trade unionist and Socialist who “Chartist” wants Britain to take
backs the capricorn scheme says: the lead along with a suggested
“Except for a lack of petroleum federated African authority in the
and soft timber, the six territories’ investment and the encouragement
are as rich as the United States of investment in the territories up
or Australia in their natural re- to 100 million a year—even if it
sources. They have immense coal Means for the British taxpayer a
and copper deposits, considerable further sacrifice of “present pleas-
supplies of iron ore, lime, chrome,
asbestos, bauxite, mica, lead and vce ors
other minerals which the world i ‘lad ir on icone
needs. The agricultural potential- “Chartist” sums this up by eatalls
ties are good, if the land is jing that Africa played a great part
properly farmed, The river, tum- jn Hitler’s designs for world con-
bling down from a central plateau quest and domination. Hitler had
3.000 feet above sea level, have a series of policies running up to
potential electrical energy at least a 50-year plan for exploiting the
double that existing in the U.S.A. whole continent under one central-
and Canada.” ised control. “Consideration of
Africa’s prosperity, many are Face, tradition and sentiment had
convinced, will come from the Mo blace in his schemes. It must
development of the mineral ard also be borne in mind that, in the
economic potentialities of the en ae tamecvat toon Hee
Rhodesias and Southern Tanga- ase Ps —
; 2 ra technique, the significance of
nyika, In the latter, there are Africa han not been lost sight of
huge proven coal resources re- jn the plans of the Kremlin.”
maining untapped at the moment There is the further point to be

CUR



The importance of this scheme







ENT
By JOHN GORDON

ISN'T it remarkable how by
applying what seems a simple
solution to a problem, you can
create a new one infinitely ;
more difficult to solve? > B.B.C's General Advisory Coun-
Mr. Ernest Bevin resolved to’ Cil, says: “I believe the day is
make dock work a steady job mot far distant when sound
instead of a casual one. It was radio will be as dead as the
a wise, humane, Christian . Silent film.”
decision. For the casual system I agree with them, They are the
imposed severe hardship on first top radio experts I have
dockers’ families, known to say it,

He devised what seemed a simple Yet the Sunday Express said it
sohition, All dockers would 20 years ago, when a television
register. Those who did a full SefVice was still a dream, and
week’s work would draw the Baird, that odd, lovable, in~
appropriate pay. Those who ®ticulate, dreaming genius who
couldn't because of the irregular 8@V2 us television was being
flow of work were guaranteed , hooted as a crank,
£4 8s I remember with amusement

The moiey was raised by a levy What. happened Reign” Wie SUNS
on the employers. day Express made the prophesy.

" The radio trade set up.a howl
of anguish.

At first the scherhe worked well, IT SHRIEKED that I was killing

tually knock out all

radio,”

sound

Rogers, M.P., a member of the





But serious difficulties have the sales of radio sts; it de-
arisen. manded that I should be gagged
THERE ARE 60,000 dockers on as a fool or sacked as a menace.

the register. One-fifth of them A new era of greater prosperity

are now idle every day. than it had yet. known’ was
Finding the money to pay them opening for the radio trade.

the guaranteed wage has become Yet these short-sightcd experts

too heavy a burden on the couldn't see it.

industry. Sixteen thousand are

being asked to find other work. How
The problem is really far more life,

that pattern runs through
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considered that territories adjoin-
ing the Capricorn area. Portu-
guese and Belgian Congo colonies
might well be attracted to nego-
Uate a customs union or other
commercial agreements with a
strong federation.

Che nrm belief in the economic
potentialities of tne area are em-
phasised in an article just pub-
lished by the prominent European
leader in Northern Rhodesia, the
Hen. Roy Welensky, in “Optima*
—a quarterly review published by
the Anglo-American Corporation
of South Africa. He answers the
question: Where is the money ta
come from for development of the
Capricorn area’

“From investors,” he says,
“anxious for a return on their
capital; or from countries anxious
to promote the healthy develop-
ment of the under-developed re- |
gions of the world in the inter-
ests of prosperity.”

He has America in mind. In the}
very next sentence, he queries:
“Tf a man, foretelling in 1850 the}

henomenal development of the

nited States by 1900 or 1950, had
been asked—‘where is the money |

to come from’'—what could he|Crime Commission which closed a stormy | 4

have answered?” |

Welensky continues: ‘There is
nothing sounder in the world today
than the economic, industrial,
agricultural, demographic and cul-
tural development of
Africa, with the institution of the
Federal State of British Central
Africa as its cornerstone.”

In Welensky’s view the Capri-
corn federation would mean a
strong link between the North At-
lantic Pact and what he described
as a “sorely needed” Indian Ocean
Pact,

| office.



HONEST JOE ISON
THE RUN |

(By HENRY LOWRIE) |

WASHINGTON,
BOOKMAKERS over here are often so

| Closely linked wiin the underworld that even

small operators are pictured always as
villains,

This is a characterisation difficult for
Britons to appreciate.

The periodic revelations of graft and sen-
sational crime investigations go almost for
naught.

Bookies still take bets. All that happens is
that life is made more complicated for them.

They have to resort to new tricks to get
their money and, meantime, because of a
New York flush of ‘virtue,” they cannot
work so flagrantly as they did when big-
shot Harry: Gross
policemen 1,000,000 dollars (about £357,000)



a year to protect his 20,000,000-dollar (about

£7,140,000) yearly turnover.

BOOKIES are scared to answer a tele-
phone in case it is tapped. They change their
names as they move weekly from one hotel
room to another. They tour the city by car
picking up bets instead of using a central

But even as a Brooklyn Grand Jury inves-
tigates gambling, the “cop on the beat” is
to-day still taking graft, One bookie reported

17s. 2d.) a week to be allowed to run a “horse
parlour” with a telephone,

SOME of the bookmakers’ sordid back:
ground was filled in for the New York State

session at the week-end.

Finger Brown) Luchese whom the Govern

Central! ment wants to deport to his native Italy. Bu‘

Luchese cannot be found.

said to be boss of the drugs racket and tc
have terrific political influence.

* oa *

HOLLYWOOD is still, after ten years
searching for someone to play the lead in



doctor groaning
prove to be one of humanity’s
deadliest menaces b-cause it
brings people together in a con-
fined space with windows shut
and curtains drawn,

DOESN'T he think people ever
gathered together for indoor
entertainment before television
was invented?

The only sound prophecy I ever
heard concerning any invention

that it may

“The Robe”, a story by Lloyd Douglas about
Christ’s garment for which soldiers gambled
after the Crucifixion.

IT can’t happen too soon for the harrassed
or some such nonsense, and a|housewife—electrical engineers are saying
the house of tomorrow will be dustless. It

will all be done with what they call elec-
trostatic air cleaners which will continually
remove even the finest dust.
the cost.

* * *
ANOTHER peep into the wonderful future

was spoken by my grandmother |—Professor Ambrose Richardson, of Illinois

when, as I stood beside her in a] piv,

remote Scottish village, we saw

our first motor-car exploding jts}0N a massive umbrella, made of thousands

way along the road.

She said; Somebody will be
killed in one of those things one
day.”

of transparent helium-filled plastic pillows
joined together.

Spread as a dome over a city it would, he
says, keep out the rain and all undesirable

The shape of Europe is about to]rays, but let in the sun’s light and heat, sc

change. Look at the
France has
election,
for Germans to swallow.

Herr Adenauer has had to delay
Submitting the peace treaty he

signs.

won the Saar

made with the Western alliance|baseball and football parks.

to the judgment of his Parlia-
ment at Bonn, Clearly he is

that everyone would enjoy outdoor living

That is a bitter pill] with a year-round sub-tropic climate.

The good-weather professor will start firs’
by protecting an acre of land then extend tc
Who knows‘
some day maybe even to Manchester or

not certain he can earry the day | Dover.




















was reputedly paying}

yesterday that he is paying 400 dollars (£142);

The top man is now Thomas (Three | §

Besides ruling the gambling world, he is

But no hint of

ersity, hopes to start work in the spring

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All these Shoes are now well known throughout
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including Slips, Panties, Briefs and Nightdresses has
just arrived.

serious than these facts disclose.

For exverts estimate that there
are 30,000 dockers too many on
the register — not 16,000. Tn
order to keep them employed,
modern efficiency equipment,
used in other countries is not
permitted to be used here.

And restriction after restriction is
imposed to spin out the work.

THE RESU is that ships now
avoid British ports when they
ean because the turn round is
ton slow and too costly,



Dockers, like many others among '

us have been living a beautiful

along to the awesome warning
that man had better consider
carefully where progress of this
kind would take him, because
if a train ever reached a speed
of 30 miles an hour the pressure
of the air would be such that
the human body would dis~
integrate.

Equally, expext authority assured
us at one tims or another that
man couldn't survive being
earried up in an aeroplane, or
taken into the ocean depths in
a submarine.

IN THE DAYS when very few
people had seen an aeroplane, a

and, like Attlee in his joust with
Bevan, wishes to adjust the ;

voting system to ensure him LOVELY Scots heather, it way 8 A the
victory before the votes are cast.]|Sunday advertisements. Ideal for table

A PEACE TREATY _ pushed :
through in that fashion is hardiy $4ecorations. Only a dollar (7s. 2d.) a sprig

worth imperil British lives} And then this footnote: “from California.”
in support of it. i

Stalin fe. wuntWA “Wp the trode Is Scotland losing out on a good dollar oppor:
flow between West and East| tunity?
Germany. :
NATO is showing serious signs reryv i
of stress, The. personaing. ONLY two out of every hundred Ameri-

of Eisenhower mad: it* work |savs 1 rh
after a fashion, Without Eisen. says the New York Times after a country
hower it won't work,

wide survey, there are indications that nex!

‘ year 2 wi i t

Meniwiitte Wermeny has re ye thera will be even higher emrloyment,
covered with such astonishing|higher productica, and higher income,

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res "e the past few od
ee Ore tre now moving visionary offered £10,000 to
swiftly to the day of rude oe _ man who flew the
awakeni , » facts of nannel, ; }
iieeanes face. ee What did the ordinary man think
The theory that you can create Of that? A leading shopkeeper

in my native town of Dundee
put a notice in his window
ironically offing a prize of
-£1,000,000 to the first man who
flew the River Tay—21% miles
wide!

“full employment’ by insisting
that two men shall do the work
of one is lunacy.

Whenever something new comes
to change our lives you can be
Sure that up will jump experts When radio came with its cat's
to call it nonsense, and dismal whiskers and headphones we
bb send hg 7 this is the erack were warned of the dire conse-
0 uman doo! i :

v 1 RF ; quences of passing so much
aS B. E. Nicholls, retiring after electricity through our heads.
29 years of top executive service With the coming of television, we
with the BBC, makes this have archbishops denouncing it
prophecy; “Television will even- as the great destroyer of youth





Gur Readers Say:

Police Horse



we ee they are complaining
by if about are helping to bring dollar’
ae ae The Advocate to this Island that more than pay
- —In these unbalanced days for their upkeep and at the same
when our local “Members of Par- time furnish revenue in indirert
liament” speak so much about so ways to help pay the salaries that
little, it is not surprising that they members of the House of Assem-
frequently lose sight of important bly get (I nearly said work for)
facts ae waste their eloquence I have heard many American visi
on matters they have y= ; fad
uate cA ae h eee ne know tors remark that the musical rides
ledae of and Ha uneven Some and displays put on by the Poiice
re uld ba more Abas teas that — Sty Cn. See mngdir eleniiens te
cent criticisms by certain mem- progeny arn Range tg cde ool
a of the Houserabout the cort ong senseless statements made’ in
and general upkeep of the police the House. “Cert remarks i-
pomeene and the childish complaint in, hat Cae Cente . ee
hat some of them ‘were being Se ; . erg Deo
used by certain officials for Poto. inte eae es ie or na
These members unfortunately do &¢ PY C.A; so please: Mr. Mem-

not realise the very great value to bers, think of your Island and tne ) soil that they are uninten-
the Tourist Trade that is given two hundred thousand people m tional! } dollars from

by every drill cr musical ride put it who have to be fed before you Yo ruthfully, Sir,

on by the Police, and that the 5@y things that drive away the . H, JOHNSON





rapidity thatgshe is once more
the most powerful nation in
Europe,

The future may well be sh
by her—not us. For it depends
largely upon whether she de-
cides to lean to the East or tc
the West, or remain a neutral
buffer. State between the two
snarling worlds.

AND AS POWER comes back tc
her, all the old arrogance rises
again

The spots on a
change.

leopard

never



necessary dollars,
the horses playing. Polo,
only say that those who object
to this know nothing about horses.
There. is no better training

With regard to

the world for police mounts’ than | hun

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Polo, In
Officers and Government Officials
who have had Pélo training, play
Polo on the Police Horses—not
much as a social entertainment,
but .because itis good for the
animals. TI am sure that it would
do the objecting Members in the
House a lot of good if they would
visit the Polo Club one’ afterr-sn
and take part in some of the games
when they would learn a lot more

»0ut horses and the good Barba-

British Guiana the



Strangely, however, there is a fear that

1953 will bring a recession. After sifting al!

aped|the evidence, the Times says the only ‘basis

tor that fear is a belief that things are just
too good to continue.

prestige, and political experience |CaMs are jobless to-day (total 1,300,000), and |

IN St. Louis, Missouri, Jacob Katz, 45,
wealthy manufacturer of ice cream and a
“model husband” is shot dead as a, bandit.
Psychiatrists called in to explain his unsus-
pected double life explain he suffered from
a superman complex, a tendency to return
‘o daring exploits of adolescence.

* * *

DWIGHT EISENHOWER has discovered

I can|that as President-eiect he is not all-powerful

He wanted a simple ceremony for his inaugu-

gry for the maximum have

limelight,

‘overrulc him,

They hav+n'* seen a member of thelr party
inaugurated since 1929, so will be a
three-day celebration, including a concert, a
gala, a giant parade, and climaxing in a ball
for about 8,000.

Half a million visitors
Washington.

there

are expected in
There will be seats along the
parade route for only 60,000 at prices rang
ing from 2 dollars 50 cents (18s.)
lars 50 cents (£4

to 12 dol-

10s.)



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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

MR. PICK WICK’S CHRISTMAS DRINK |

3 way r ” rer - >
“Well, Sam,” said Mr. Pick- morning. By CHARLES DICKENS through his spectacles. And / 9
wick, as that favoured servitor “Splendid morning, gentlemen,” vhen he was knocked down
entered his bedchamber, with his srid Mr. Pickwick. . oe * if ir Se OF ur ;

i i (whieh happened uporf the aver-
warm water, on the morning of Mr. Bob Sawyer slightly nod- soe Weece teind vemet), i wes
Christmas Day, “still frosty?” ded his assent to one proposition, ee srcakestine’ Guan ‘ied oan

“Water in the washhand basin’s and asked Mr. Benjamin Allen for

possibly be imagined, to behold
a mask o’ ice, sir,’ responded the mustard. him gather up his hat, gloves,







Sam. “Have you come far this morn- and handkerchief, with a glow-
“Severe weather, Sam,” ob- ing, gentlemen?” inquired Mr. ing countenance, and resume his
served Mr. Pickwick. Pickwick. tation in the rank, with an ar-

“Fine time for them as is well “Blue Lion at Muggleton,”
wropped up, as the Polar bear briefly responded Mr. Allen.
said to himself, wen he was “You should have joined us
practising his skating,” replied last night,” said Mr. Pickwick.
Mr. Weller. 4 “So we should,” replied Mr.

“I shall be down in a quarter Bob Sawyer, “but the brandy was
of an hour, Sam,” said Mr. Pick- too good to leave in a hurry
wick, untying his nightcap. wasn’t it, Ben?”

“Wery good, sir,” replied Sam. “Certainly,” said Mr. Ben-
“There’s a couple of sawbones jamin Allen; “and the cigars
downstairs.” were not bad, or the pork-chops

“A couple of what”, exclaimed either; were they, Bob?”

Mr. Pickwick, sitting up in bed. ‘“Decideddly not,” said Bob. The

“A couple of sawbones,” said particular friends resumed their
Sam. attack upon the breakfast, more

“What’s a sawbones?” inquired freely than before, as if the re-
Mr. Pickwick, not certain wheth- Collection of last night’s supper
ex it was a live animal, or some- had imparted a new relish to the
thing to eat. meal, 3 .

“What! don’t you know what. “Peg away, Bob,” said Mr.
a sawbones is, sir?” inquired Mr, Allen, — “ his companion, en-
Weller. “I thou . couragingly.
know’d as a Sua meierarae “So I do,” replied Bob Sawyer.

iour and enthusiasm that noth-
ing could abate.

The sport was at its height,
he sliding was at the quickest,
the laughter was at the loudest,
when a sharp smart crack was

vard. There was a quick rush
towards the bank, a wild scream
‘rem the Indies, and a shout from
vir. Tupman. A large mass of ice
lisappeared; the water bubbled
up over it; Mr. Pickwick’s hat,
ticves, and’ handkerchief were
loating on the-surface; and this
was all of Mr, Pickwick that
nybody could see.

Dismay and anguish were de-

‘ed on every countenance; the
nel turned pale, and the fe-
nales fainted; Mr. Snodgrass and
Mr. Winkle grasped each other
by the hand, and gazed at the
where their leader had gone









surgeon,” And so, to do him justice, he did. \ with frenzied eagerness;
“Oh, a surgeon, eh?” said Mr. “Nothing like dissecting to give 2 vhi le Mr. Tupman by way of ren-

Pickwick, with a smile. one an appetite,” said Mr. Bob ‘i iering the promptest assistance,
“Just that, sir,” replied Sam. Sawyer, looking round the table. . “MR. PICKWICK ON THE ICE” ind at the same time convey-

These here ones as is below, . “M?. Pickwick slightly shud- Bs . \ ing to any persons who might be

though, ain’t reg’lar thorough- dered, i ‘ Winkle, n I-I+am’ rather out o plied Mr, Weller, and_ brilliant manner. Sam Wel- within hearing, the clearest pos-

2 bred sawbones; they're only in , “Bye the bye, Bob,” said Mr. practice, ; ; “Just hold me at first, Samj ler, in particular, was displaying -jb!le notion of the catastrophe
trainin’.” Allen, “have you finished that leg ‘Oh, do skate, Mr. Winkle,” will you?” said Mr. Winkle. that beautiful feat of fancy slid- ran off across the country at his
“In other words they’re medi- yet?” , . said Arabella. “I like to see it so “There — that’s right. £ shall ing which is currently denomi- |; most i caatininn: “mire!”

cal students, I suppose?” said “Nearly,” replied Sawyer, help- much, . i ,, Soon get in the way of it, Sam. nated, “knocking at the cobbler’s with all his might.

Mr. Pickwick, ing himself to half fowl as he “Oh, it is so graceful,” said Not too fast, Sam; not too fast.” door’ and which is. achieved by It was at this moment, when
Sam Weller nodded assent. spoke, “It’s a very muscular one another young lady. asi Mr. Winkie, stooping forward. skimming over the ice on the old Wardle and Sam Weller
“I am glad of it,” said Mr, for_a child's.” A third young lady said it was with his body half doubled up, foot, and occasionally giving a were approaching the hole with

Pickwick, . casting his nighteap “Is it?” enquired Mr. Allen elegant, and a fourth expressed was being assisted over the ice postman’s knock upon it with cautious steps and Mr. Benjamin

energetically on the counterpane, C@telessly. ., Her opinion that it was “swan- by Mr. Weller, in a very singu- the other. It was a good long Allen was holding a hurried

“They are fine fellows—very fine “Very,” said Bob Sawyer, with like. f : lar and unswan-like manner, slide and there was something consultation with Mr. Bob Saw-

fellows; with judgements ma. his mouth full. mk should be very happy, I'm when Mr. Pickwick most inno- in the motion which Mr. Pick- yer on the advisability of bleed-

tured by observation and reflec. _“! ve put my name down for an sure,” said Mr. Winkle, redden- cently shouted from the oppo- wick, who was very cold with ing the company generally, as
tion; and tastes refined by read- 2*™ at our place,” said Mr, ing; “but I have no skates. site bank— and ng still, could not help an improving littte bit of pro-

ing and study. I am very glad Allen. “We're clubbing for a This objection was at once envying. fessional practice—it was at this



of it.” pire and ee ay ~ aeerty er oo ae : couple ‘ locks a nice warm exercise, moment that a fae head and
? 5 tee he oe ull, only we can’t get hold of any of pair, and the fat boy an- “Here. I want you.” that, doesn’t it?” he inquired of oulders emerge 4 ae
“They're a-smokin eers by fellow ‘that wants a head. I nounced that there were half a “Let go, sir,” said Sam. “Don’t Wardie, when that eeatinesas ee ae ages ee
the kitchen fire, said Sam. 4 wish youd take it.” dozen more downstairs; whereat you hear the governor a-callin’? Wardle, when that gentleman was features and. spectacles af Mr
Ah,” observed Mr. \Pickwick, “No,” replied Bob Sawye:’ Mr. Winkle expressed exquisite Let go, sir.” thoroughly out of breath, by reason Pickwick enn ee fon
rubbing his hands, “overflowing “can't afford expensive luxuries.’ delight and looked exquisitely un- With’ a violent effort, Mr. of tho indefatigable manner in | “Keep yourself for i
with kindly feelings and animal “Nonsense!” said Allen, comfortable, Weller disengaged himself from which he had converted his legs «tant Bac pale P we, ne a
spirits. Just what I like to see. “Can't indeed,’ rejoined Bob Old Wardle fet the way to a the grasp of the agonised Pick- into a pair fof compasses, and jawled Mr. Snod nets, 7
And one of ‘em,” said Sam, Sawyer, “I wouldn't mind a pretty large sheet of ice; and the wickian, and, in so doing, admin--drawn complicated problems on “yes do: le pene be
not noticing his master’s inter- brain, but I can’t stand a whole fat boy and Mr. Weller, having istered a considerable yo) een go amore YO

impetus to the ice ey i for my sake!” roared M fin-
swept away the the unhappy Mr. Winkle. With “Ah, it does, indeed replied jie de *ply affected The ‘adiure

snow which had fallen on it dur- am accuracy which no degree of Wardle. “Do you slide?”

ruption, “one of ’em’s got his legs head.” shovelled and
on the table, and is a-drinkin’ “}ish, hush, gentlemen, pray,”





brandy neat, vile the t'other one said Mr, Pickwick, “I hear the ing the night, Mr. Bob Sawyer dexterity or practice could have “I used to do so, on the gut a te ae eee sehr i “:
—him in the barnacles—has got ladies.” ; adjusted his skates with a dex- insured, that unfortunate gentle- ters, when I was a boy,” replied pickwi Fe had deci en Zee
i a barrel o oysters astween his “As Mr. Pickwick spoke, the terity which to Mr. Winkle was man bore swiftly down into the Mr Pickwick. him elf u ‘j ise we 1 we ae
knees, which he’s a-openin like ladies, gallantly escorted by perfectly marvellous and de- centre of the reel, at the very “Try it now,” said Wardle. ike, it ei i ‘aoe roa y , alee .
steam, and as fast as he eats ‘em, Messrs. Snodgrass, Winkle and scribe circles with his left leg, moment when Mr. Bob Sawyer “Oh, do please, Mr. Pickwick!” him ‘that he es i ate : oe ie
he takes a aim vith the shells at Tupman, returned from an early and cut figures of eight and in- was performing a flourish of un- Cried all the ladies. for his own, on
young dropsy, who’s a sittin’ down walk, cribed upon the ice, without paralleled beauty. Mr, Winkle “I should be very happy to Do you feel the bott .
fast asleep, in the chimbley a Ma c ; once stopping for breath, a great struck wildly against him, and 2 you any amusement” re- oiq fellow?” cal 0 etieen there,
corner. ates ; P Why, Ben!” said Arabella, iN ynany other pleasant and aston- with a loud crash they both fell plied Mr. Pickwick, “but I “Yes, cert ir iy no! eet ;
“Eccentricities of genius, Sam,” a tone which expressed more ishing devices, to the excessive heavily down. Mr. Pickwiek ra ven’t done such a thing these. pickwirt tainty,” replied Mr,
said Mr. Pickwick. “You may re- surprise than pleasure at the sight caticfaction of Mr. Pickwick. Mr 2 an ‘ ick, wringing the water

to the spot. Bob Sawyer had thirty years.” from hi head

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Saoags ‘ . ¥

tire.” of her brother. Tupman and the ledies; which risen to his f but Mr Pooh!. Pooh! Nonsense!” said. on : po and face, and

Sam did retire accordingly. Mr. “Come to take you home to- reached a pitch of positive en- was far too wise to do crane Wardle, dragging off his skates ,) ae oe rae, “I fell upon
Pickwick at the expiration of the morrow,” replied Benjamin. Mr. thusiasm, when old Wardle and of the kind, in. skates. He was h the impetuosity which char- my feet at first.” pe: NT NR
quarter of an hour, went down to Winkle turned pale. Benjamin Allen assisted by the seated on the ice making spas- acterised all his proceeding The clay upon t ,
breakfast. Don’t you see Bob Sawyer, aforesaid Bob Sawyer, performed modic efforts to smile; but an- “Here; Pll keep you company; pickwick’s “ey oY eee of Mr.

i i Arabella?” inquired Mr. Benjamin ; an ickwick’s coat

“Here he is at last!” said old some mystic evolutions which guish was d ne Ay y we \ ay de die aot
‘ ima A ie s 5 ‘ ae : 1ys 1 § st s depicted on ver e alg And aw: went ble bore tes OT da
io ea ueothen ha = = qespeita po taeda bd Reon ue they called a reel, lineament of his éourtedance yy e good-tempered old fellow acy of this ast a a a

iss en's brother, r. Ben- abella retublly he. is time r. Winkle, w “Ave y Pr. lc e slide, w a rapidity fears he ; * still Si { d:
aoiitic Gitta‘ eon the dale tee, hand) in acknowledgement of Bob be tee oe ee Oran rae rs ei enquired Mr. ‘ ra pa ae re a ae eee of et ae wore lo all our riends
and so may you, if you like. This Sawyer’s presence, thrill of cold, had bee iii aceeatanc, 1S oh : rallan +. 5 tat boy “all ciadaolas ee. ae Owe
gentleman in his very particular hatred struck to Mr, Winkle’s lato. by been forcing a gimlet ot much”, said Mr, Winkle, Weller, and beat the fat boy all suddenly

; recollecting that the
/ eed ee bas soles of his feet and rubbing his back hard. to nothing water was nowhere co
friend. Mr. ... heart, as Bob Sawyer inflicted on putting his skates on, with the “I wish you'd let me — bleod Mr. Picawick paused, consid- 4 a . * jn moe Srenape pose and ustomers

“Mr. Bob Sawyer,” interposed the proffered hand a perceptible points behind and getting the you”, said Mr. Benjamin Allen ¢red, pulled off his gloves and our were performed to get him

Mr. Benjamin Allen; whereupon squeeze. ; straps into a very nplice sith _ grez gernes ) > 3 he took P t :
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jamin Allen laughed in concert, blushing; “‘have-have-you been gictance of Mr. Snodgrass, who Winkle hurriedly, “as often, and at last took am- sirugeling, Mr. Pi ome) a J





















i 4 , introduced to Mr. Winkle?” a> -teathae Sead ‘ 1 f . ling, Pickwick was
edness coach Pere taeda ME hataloe bear Git T-cuatl be oni aie ten os ~ —— ; ae think you had better,” other run eee arene a n —~ length fairly extricated from a 13 B
» a 4 awy " Sa : : i: . te é doo. ¢ ength, how- said Allen, vraveiv down 1e slide, with MIS inplease ait it is . : , ) ree i)
to Mr. Pickwick. Bob and his are happy i be, penne an ever, with the assistance of Mr. feet about a yard and a quarter . _ “ nee ae oe ome ere . 4
f very particular friend then ap- ag he oe Shalyto Mr Weller, the unfortunate skates “What do you think, Mr. Pick- apart, amidst the gratified shouts “Oh he'll cateh his ‘death ‘ of ae = ~
4 plied themselves most assiduous~ wikis eS Mr. Winkle and Were firmly screwed and buckled Wick?” inquired Bob Sawyer. of all the spectators. cold,” said Emily 5 : NYNEN ¥ a
nA Rie, Phe bee eee them; Mr, Bob Suursén glanced wantin on, and Mr. Winkle was raised Siesta ee wate excited and Keep the pot a-bilin’, sir,” ‘Dear old thing!” said Ara- haan eee ®
: id - . vick hac aA oppor Rivtinick cout of 4h RORRMER Ot to his feet. 7 atte _/ indignant. e bec koned to Mr. said im; and down went War- bella. “Let” me wrap this shawl ne
unity of glancing at them both. sat ane Now, then, sir,” said Sam, in Weller, and said in a stern voice, die again, and then Mr. Pickwick, pound you, Mr. Pickwick ” go"
ze Menyerain Allen “was * "The ecrivel of the two naw Ot. siecumaming tone: tam win "eke his skates offi! and then Sam, and then Mr Ah, that’s the best thing y : ier
coarse, _ Stout, thick-set young seal, 2 a 1 ed tig *heck you, and show ‘em how to do it.” No; but really I had scarcely Winkle, and then Bob Sawyer, can do,” said Wardle; “ar " Ton B Pe a &
eS SR ore oe peaper upon ii. Winkie aha. c pense “Stop, Sam, __ stop i said Mr. a .» remonstrated Mr. Win- and then fat boy, and then Mr. you've got it on, Dia Keane ak od Wy 7 > Hy Je
; 0 o iW ite ee Ce ee indyfwithe the fodimpund her baots Winkle, trembling violently, and read oe ‘ Snodgrass, following closely upon fast as your legs’ can carry you i W / Her
Eee Bee) SERS! ODOR RE ee would in all probability have clutching hold of Sam’s arm air asa skates off,” repeat- each other's heels, and running and jump into. bed directly.” | age el
spectacles and wore a white Pxgei tae Gary Cepineoent estas with the grasp of a_ drowning ed Mr. Pickwick firmly. after each other with as much A dozen shawls were offered on & oo
neckerchief. Below his single- fea ta aie hilarity Pr wie man. “How slippery it is, Sam!” The command was not to- be eagerness as if ‘their future pros- the ins tant. Three or four of the ef Be
breasted black surtout,, which up! ‘gph ege - ene “Not an uncommon thing on tesisted. Mr. Winkle allowed Sam pects in life depended on their thickest having been selected, M b> x
was buttoned up to his chin, ap= rey) ae eee ee the cood ice: sir,” replied Mr, Weller. to obey it in silence. wxpedition. Pickwick was wranoed un, ang Ped
peared the usual number of “'. Pilekwick, and he _ £000 “Hold up, sir.” “Lift him up,” said Mr. Pick- [t was the most intensely in- started off, prides the eileen ae z

petter-and-salt coloured legs, humour of the host, been exerted this jast observation of Mr, Wick. Sam resisted him to rise. teresting thing to observe the Mr. Well

terminating in a pair of imper- Se ee ae so Weller’s bore reference to a Mr. Pickwick retired. a few manner in which Mr. Pickwick lar hy coterie ~ dderiv
fectly polished boots. Although ly insinusted himself inte the demonstration Mr. Winkle made Paces apart from the bystanders performed his share in the cere- gentleman, dripping goth By 4
his coat was short in the sleeves, sd esa = of Mr Denianii at the instant, of a frantic desire fixed a searching look upon him, mony; to watch the torture of without a hat, with Mia _and
it disclosed no vestige of a linen 7 ‘ to throw his feet in the air, and and uttered in a low, but dis- anxiety with which he viewed F Gta

. ley g , iol i n : 3 bound dowr ide .
wristband; and although there Allen, and even joined in a dash the back of his head on the tinct and emphatic tone, these the person behind, gaining upon ing hone Aig to ‘his sides, skim















. ; endly conversatic wit Mr. eitted ; ; uN Y g
was quite enough of his face to Signals. Soavaras ne ie with ice. > ren arkable words— him at the imminent hazard of clearly de ined’ ton ot the
admit of the encroachment of a the brake. and thé breakfast, ard “These—these—are very awk- i ure a humbug, sir,” tripping him up; to see him yate of six good English. miles
ees sober, it was hoe sarod BY the talline. gradually ripened into ee ain’t they, Sa?” in- , ‘A what?” said Mr. Winkle, gradually expend the painful in hour. ,

e@ smallest approach to that ap- ~,“ y pn Fag ae Emini . quire r. Winkle, staggering. ‘tarting. | force he had put on at first, and = But Mr. Pickwi . '

a sté ‘ sness, sies “ ; ; ' , it Mr. Pi "k care ne . hes aie oo ea? .
pemenee. He ees altogether, . Mita’ nike coon aloe pi ‘I'm afeerd there’s a orkard : A humbug, sir, T will speak turn slowly round on the slide, appearances ee ae Oue of the things we like about the’ Christmas Season
rather < y zen’l'm’ in ’ sir.” replie ainer ( y i im- wi s face ards i . ; ;
ee Be rt MO ov de agreeable anecdote, about the gent m'n in ’em_ sir, replied et ae vou wish it. An im noe pag en someree re cr case, ae urged on by Sam Wel- is the privilege of extending our Greetings through this

removal of a tumour on some vad ’ “ A peat - take ; ne a Started; ler, he kept at the v t
full-flavoured Cubas. Sothenantire Hand eich hei “Now, Winkle”, cried Mi With these words, Mr. Pick- contemplate the playful smile his speed until he ea a? oe ug. medium when it is not possible to do so personally.

Mr. Bob Sawyer, who was este tad ie ARRD BT bn, avateae Pickwick, quite unconscious that wick turned slowly on his heel, which mantled on his face when door of Manor Farm where Mr
habited in a course, blue coat, ynife and a half-quartern loaf, to there was anything the matter. @r| rejoined his friends, he had accomplished the dis- Tupman had arrived some five !!MERRY CHRISTMAS! !
which, without being either a the great edification of the as- “Cor the ladies are all anxiety.” While Mr. Pickwick was de- tance, and the eagerness with minutes ' we



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greatcoat or a surtout, partook of semtied company, Then the “Yes, yes,” replied Mr. Winkle, livering himself of the sentiment which he turned round when he ed the old lady hte eaiaitonnns or KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
a, ue and — of both, whole train went to church, with a ghastly smile. “I’m ed peanecen. a Weller and had done so, and ran after his of the heart by impres ae saa
a about him that sort of wh wnt ; coming.” the a »0Y, having by their predecessor his black aiters with : ee aS :
where Mr. Benjamin Allen fell : y ) pr ssors, his blac gaiters with the unalterable eonvic
slovenly smartness and swagger- fast asleep; tehiie Mr. Bob Sawyer ‘Just a-goin’ to begin,” said joint endea 's cut out a slide, tripping pleasantly through the (hat the kitchen aie CNENGNE RENE NDNA NENG NSN NN NNN NSN
ing gait, which is peculiar to abstracted | his thoughts from Sam, endeavouring to disengage W © e exercising themselves snow, and his eyes beaming fire ibe | BB ten similis ii

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young gentlemen who smoke in worldly matters, by the ingenious self. “Now, sir, start off! thereupon, in a very masterly cheerfulness and gladn es @ On Page 5. vee

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the streets by day, sh and . A i ain i “Sto instant, Sam,” gasp-| &™ 7 : ney lea
scream in the same by night, eall Process, Of carving his name on 4 Ny” Winkle, clinging most ate Se MENS NE NSN NN NG NNN i NN NG NG NS NG NONE NE NN Ng NZ
waiters by their Christian names, jetters of four inches long fectionately to Mr. Welle: “] than |
and do various other acts and “Now” said Wardle, after a “4 I've got a couple of coats | a Ke
deeds of an equally. facetious substantial lunch, with the agree- &t home that I don’t want, Sam.| @& & ||
description. He wore a pair of able items of strong beer abd YU May have them, Sam,” i Ki
plaid trousers, and a large, rough, cherry brandy, had been donc ‘Thank’ee sir,” ‘replied Mr. | |
double-breasted waistcoat; out of ample justice to, “what say you Weller, 4 4
doors, he carried a thick stick to an hour on the ice? We shall “Never mind touching your cK & ,
with a big top. He eschewed have plenty of time.” hat, Sam” said Mr, Winkle has- ;
. gioves, and looked, upon the “Capital!” said Mr. Benjamin tily. “You needn't take your & KK
whole, something like a dissipated Allen, hand away to do that. I meant & od
Robinson Crusoe, “Prime!” ejaculated Mr. Bob to have given you five shillings &
Such were the two worthies tu Sawyer. this morning for a Christmas &
whom Mr. Pickwick was intro- ©“You skate, of course, Winkle?” box, Sam. I'll give it to you this & &
duced, as he took his seat at the said Wardle, afternoon, Sam.” & a
breakfast table of Christmas Ss; oh yes,” replied Mr. “You're very good, sir,” | At this season of Goodwill 4
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PEACE MAY COME SOON TO MALAYA









Commun ist sls CANT CAMOUE * aE THAT cHeistmas SP

Revolt Broken

By R. W. BAXTER



Wr. PICKWICK’S \MAS

@ From Page 5
esented itself in glowing col-
ours to the old lady’s mind, when
anybody about her evinced the
nallest agitation.

Mr. Pickwick paused not an in-
tant until he was snug in bed.
Sam Weller lighted a blazing fire
in the room, and took up his din-
ner; a bowl of punch was carried

p afterwards, and a grand carouse
held in honour of his safety.

Old Wardle would not hear of
his rifting, so they made the bed
tne chair, and Mr. Pickwick pre-
ided. A seeond and a third bowl







SINGAPORE,

THS HEART has gone of Malaya’s Communist
revolt.

The bandits who took to the jungle four and a half
years ago, vowing to have the Red flag waving over Singa-
pore and Kuala Lumpur within a year, have been mostly
wiped out.







Tiose thot ived are nition which i carce and were ordered in; and when Mr.
hungry, in rags, di: i, and rapidly deteriorating in Malaya’s Pickwick awoke next morning,
despairing. They have been intense humidity. If he draws there was not a symptom _ot
beaten by one of the most cos- the pir of a grenade it is a toss rheumatism about him; which
mopolitan forces ever to fight up whether it goes off in his proves, as Mr. Bob Sawyer very
together on one front hand, does not explode at ali or justly observed, that there is



nothing like hot punch in such

Today. troops from Britain, hits the enemy,
C ; ; cases, and that if even hot punch

Nepal, Fiji, .East Africa and Perhaps one or two of his gang










Rhodesia fight alongside locally have new weapons — a revolver aid _— a a Y Lyf tige nd #

trained Malay- soldiers and Malay taken from a planter they butch- Gee ee eed cee tact ne ae Virol i :

Indian and Chinese police. ered in an ambush or a couple of ae ipto pw Phahea rror, of not irol is a highly concentrated
C t c € >| 7 P ao .

Trackers from Borneo and rifles snatched from a murdered etait etc «fn Riad food made from malt extract,
Aberigines from the depths of Malay spe-ial constable on a rT specially refined fats, eggs, sugars
Malaya’s jungles hound out the lonely road jut there are not ‘ “as ae
Reds in the deep forests. nearly enoug! replacement n D | glucose and Orange juice with

Australian and New Zealand thi Oil Sil ip r \ added mineral salts and vitamins
airmen pound their hide-outs. And the mavy itrolling up ; a entials 2 :

All the time planters and tin and down Malaya's coasts see to : +: Al the ennentions Six Banlthy
miners from Britain, Australia it that no rms come in trom © f growth and development. That
and New Zealand and their wives, Red China } is why children get lasting benefi
keeping the Reds from their Thi is why Chin Peng AMERICAN SOLDIERS on the fighting front in Korea have plenty of rom agi b a Vir ‘ g :
doors, pour out vital raw mater- Maloyas 34-year-old. Communist Christmas spirit despite the fact that the enemy’s big guns are booming | y taking Virol regularly during
ials which help to keep Britain boss — believed to be in hiding in the distance. The camouflage netting (top) may hide their position their growing years.

Bolvent, in the dense jungle in North from the Communists but Santa Claus has no trouble spotting their : . - |
Hard Road Johore—has ordered his shrink- hideout. Jumping the gun on opening their packages (top, | tor ) are:

It has -baen a bard road for ing forces to awitch from terror- Cpl. Elva L, Kirkwood, Yellville, Ark.; Pfc. Harlin Liles, Odessa. Tex; in } eS ion |
these men afd women, but the ism to political infiltration, to get Sgt. Harold Polack, Gleason, Wis., and Pfc. J. B. Keane, Laurel, Wis ae | >
end of it seems to be in sight. in among the trade unions and At right, a GI is using one of his Buddies as a “step ladder” as he § i Coie te i |

Official reports just issued show iVil service seeks to adjust the star atop their tree. (International Soundphoto) | | ++-‘Dolsa’will bring you swift
that 141 Communist “incidents” But he is teo late to win many — relief, Gentle, soothing Dolsa
were reported last month. In ¢onverts to Communism. General es ce settles your stomach by neutral- |
November a year ago the figure /empler has seen to that. Never J <= izing the excess acid so often the |
was 531.. before has there been so much

cause of the trouble, Dolsa is

There were ‘ten civilian casual- §00d-will to Britain and the r :
ties last month — 87 in Novem- /rilish as now, j icu Uu al to be taken in water so that its |
ber 1951. Up to a year ago the playing oothing solution more quickly

In large a¥éas of the country °f the national anthem at cinema

bandit gangs are disintegrating, performances was a signal for a .
Only in Johore is there any real *ush to the doors by Asian in of the stomach wall

fire left in the Reds — and a tie audience. Today the over-
Fiji battalion which urrived re- whelming majority stand to at- ase :
cently is quickly taking the sting tention. oO Sa

out of that, Change of Heart From Our Own Corre
oer i 5 2m 1 orrespendent) Deve "1 ‘ *Ifare
This is the profile of a Com- The reasons for the velopment and Welfare

reaches all the inflamed mucosa

; t grant passing the Bill as for the past ‘gl
; change of 3 4 has just on é roved. Sake iden en . ce . P
~—_ rebel in Malaya today. heart are many, The ose ee mee a ee. 21 h is Neorg peetpen to be un oth . een Tnebie to aietoa SR UEN TEP ete _ ; . , 4
s sry . . i ot anne aie 2 52-f Ss oO the . ‘ & Orne ) t ~ 7 < Jalance its f heartburn, #
ene ‘aan Cues” Rs ri inte mpernoliars Dominica — Legislative Council “¢rtaken next year was the new budget and has continually to bor- p by / Merry
holders 2a sed ti ay ese ie rom their exposed opened on Tuesday the 16th. His Hospital at Goodwill. This it ig Tow from Government. The Town ong 4

) t. oOo use Oo supply him homes into new villages have Honour the Administr ator H I 1oped to have completed around + ouncil now owes government circular me the pylorus, refuses to } 4 .
with food — more often than not now lost their initial surliness Cintdal -hireetiae erey “ the middle of the year. Govern-| $30,000 and is asking for another expand and pass on over-acid food to f i ( ‘hristmas
in fear of their lives. He is and are begirhing to find life In his opening address, His ™€"t also intend soon to launch $6,000 loa: : $ Shpap Of Sigestion. Hotes Y
emanciated, -¢overed . with sores more pleasant than ever before; Honour reviewed briefiy. the | /!using project at Goodwill, and Ma ebrental } d
and possibly suffering from beri Malaya’s health, education and island’s trade, particularly that of His Honour mentioned the visit of DP akan O an a









who were



nism when th











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preparation




lative Council feels
nment is to continue



f gove

and has the effect of opening the pylorus





beri. ; , welfare schemes are. impressing the last year. The island is prim- Hanson and Dr. Garcia, the Making these loans it must know Made up in correétly balanced do:
He is forced sometimes to even the cynics; and everyone arily agricultural, he said, and the /ousing experts, as having been how the money is being spent, ' Doles nestorgs peality acl? belgnc H Ne W
exist on leaves, and in despera- realises that, compared with the ©xport for last yekr showed an Pportune. ae AG was passed on Tuesday. | eunant giver alkalizgtion of the shay appy
. 1e uildi oO nre q . w ‘ounci ever ces essential Yo normal digestion
tion occasionally holds up cars rest of Asia, Malaya is prosper- increase over that of the previous , ae rpad-building preerenins felt th " Ps a Be. however, | ohase os re D a1 ; aver we) peat
and lorries in a frantic search ous and well governed. year: an inerease of 50% in quan- o be continued, and it is hoped t that it Was und mocratic to | i thames echt r abhas
for anything edible, Less than a year ago there was tity and about 384% in value. 2°*' year to complete the Impe~ force it to submit part of its ane | ur doctor

He knows that the latest drib- despair and depression in Malaya, These figures are due mainly to # 4 Pged, COE. Warch GRY , shat the Bh! edhoed the Ce, att _
ble of recruits, mostly school- 'foday there is hope and conti. ‘be inerease in export of bananas (*) miles remains to be Mbuilt), 'e Bill reduced the Council to the
boys, to the Communist ranks dence ! 7 GON times ond ime products. which is to link Roseau with the Status of a government department

mmended for |



ne “ 1 wthern district After that g 28 it withdraws from the Council Indigestion
ceatanitt Wing oe no ioe a planters ‘give thanks io the ‘There was also a great increase ‘o‘or road to the Windward coast ne or ora of control vis the last re |
sabotage, no longer even the A yk MM i a men jp the value and quantity of im- regions will be constructed. resort of the Council's own affairs. Gastric Acidity, ete |
. , nd se like the Suffolks who have just ports, and His Honour felt that — , : Sa Wheu the R.T.C. gathered at its en ee |
capture of arms and ammunition, killed their 175th Red in Malaya the high cost of living waS due , The Honourable H. D, Shilling- montnly statutory meeting on |
It is to a. food. * and their leader General mainly to the island being too de- furg mee bese Selnstan Se pepe qroanantan,, Mr. L. ¥ c. Royer, 15 MEASURED To our customers and friends we send our hearty
romises empler, endent on imports. mn an agri- *°" 0 aa e oronation ayor o oseau and Chairman DOSESIN tishes ws . oer aed: 4h 1.8 Ww pa
He wants to surrender, and i nine’ months of ceaseless 4 geal 1K Pe ate h a Reteine a of Her Majesty the Queen in Lon- of the Council, announced the res- EACH PACK | wishes for a gOe rue PeACN: Mey ¥OM have a@ wonder
R.A.F, planes shower leaflets ‘ravel, inspection tours, confer- there is no reason why there don next year, and the Honourable ignation, en bloc of the elected | ful Christmas and a New Year filled with protnise.
into the jungle promising him ences on the ground and personal should be so great a scarcity of Fi Audio ‘Weman will xepresent members: | # a i
good treatment if he walks into interviews he has breathed the ‘sh meat, milk and eggs. To [ie island at ihe i Lente an coa S : ; | fi "a ?
the nearest police station. He spirit of success into Malay, correct this shortage government {rence to be neld in London ear- THE Alcoa Steamship Company | {* 4,
B . MALAYA, fo ete ‘ ‘ . arm at Ver in the year. Mr. Winston was Inc. have presented the Medical | e}
even hears loud-speakers from The man who promised on a if establishing a Stock Farm at °\" )0 lin \ittee which prev: A Decabinaene 7 4 |
low-flying aircraft telling him dusty February afternoon “at G008Will, for which a Colonial the ae jice Report Oe Oem ee eS reer ren ce, sieiaioer salitvhiatind ; | ae,
where to go and how to get there. Ku: da Lump rport that he When he first set out on his The senior eleeted member the The Unit, which is used for pro- ! } | GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
But he is usually terrified of the would not space himself in the travels nine months ago the Hon. H. D, Shillingford, replied ducing heat within the tissues, wil! | |
gang leaders, fanatical fight-to- \ask that lay aby has travelled local people ignored him or to His Honour’s address, be available for treatment of root
the-last Communists, who will nearly 30000 miles in nine stared sullenly. A smile might The Council agreed to put on rheumatic affections and certain | | 7. 5: GARRAWAY & CO,, Bridgetowa |

order his slow execution if he months ‘to meet the people of have brought a bull from a "record the appreciation and thanks skin disturbances.
shows any signs of wanting to the country and to find

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hoping for a chance to slip away miles to and from London for That, in itself, is an example Ye8rs: service in the Windwards, special ‘plane to-day. His Excel-

or even for attack by troops, so consuitations. of how far Malaya has progressed how goes to Barbados as Gov- lency is on a short visit, probably

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The rebel is armed with old couthan erat aoe taes is be- conflict against Communism in which caused much public stir was ward Islands His Excellency 1D
Pacific. war weapons. and p SOROS ma atte it in the Asia, one compelling the Roseau Town takes up the Governorship of Bar-
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Despondency among the little ones overhearing Father Christmas discussing in very unseasonable terms the suggestion



Barbadosand the Barbadian

By BUDD SMITH

IN the Good Book
ised to carry his
Israelites to Canaan
ing with Milk and

God prom-
children the
~a land flow-
Honey. Every

school boy knows that Milk and
Honey was indicative of the won
derful living conditions to be
found. in Canaan—for example
Beautiful all-the-year round sun
delightful sea bathing, sea eggs,
flying fish, indian corn, guinea
corn, cane, the very best rum and
lastly, molasses which is almost
cmnipotent in its curative





perties, That was Canaan. i
was the land, a great and loving
God promised his children for

their enjoyment.

Whatever is, has been. There is
nothing new under the sun. Those
of us who have followed th
change of times and things since
1914 the first world war—mu
have observed how the names of
countries have been changed
there is no more Servia, it is now
Jugo Slavia, the Jew: hav
changed Palestine to Israel and so
en.

The natural conditions of these
countries remain neverthel
There may be a_ shortening of
boundaries and other’ physical
changes but like the old saying a
rose by another name is still a
rose,

By now my readers will be an-
ticipating me and conclude that I
am comparing Barbado
Canaan—yes, I am. Barbados and



Canaan are one and the same
What other land in this earth ap-
proximates to Canaan but Bar-



bados? Not a_ single one. The

French and Itaiian Rivieras come

second to this tropical gem
Having made this discovery lik«

Gulliver in Lilliput, I go on to ex-

plore the people who live in this
cane-land. They differ vastly
from any other people in the
earth—an inquisitive but likeable
people. The promise of God to
Abraham seems to embrace these
people. “Look North, S East



and West all this land will I giv

thee.” In any part of the world
you'll find the Barbadian.

They have) hearts of gold and
are neighbourly, They subscribé
to all the things in life which
make for goodwill and harmony
by entertainment. A free people
pulsating with sane life.

The emphasis in this land is on

Education, ang between the whites

and coloured of the island there
is a respectful understanding
There is no trace of Master and

Man and although there is no so-
cial abridgement between _ thé
two there is nevertheless a whole-
me and gratifying fraternization

them in



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between their regula!
daily routine.

White people in Barbados are
; pathetic and comprehendin
without doubt they have mad
great striles in the evolutionary
progress of the island. Coloured

people too have made intellectual

strides which enable them to co}
favourably with thei rit rot
ers, thus is forged—despite all

the political gushings—a bond be-
tween these people which is fast
putting the island on top of the
world for harmony and goodwill
between its white and coloured
inhabitants. Barbados need no
Mau Mau.

Go to any Store, Office or Bank
and see the human bouqu
played over counter, ¢
office stool or floor w








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he } cts i St. Vincent
establishing coa on a
ider scale than at present art
excellent This is the opinion of
Mr. A. deK. Frampton, Agricul-
tural Adviser to the Comptroller
for Development and Welfare
Mr. Frampton has recently re-

turned from a visit to St. Vincent,






where he led a team of experts
to study the question 9{ increased
| growing af cocoa. ‘he team
ilso examined the possibilities
for coffee, and these too Mr.
Frampton described as excellent.
While in St. Vincent Mr.
Frampton headed a small com-)|
mittee to look into the possi-
bility of growing sugar cane in
the Mesopotamia Valley. This
area is all in small farms, and
after many years of cultivation
en steep slopes the soil has be-
cor seriously degraded The
is to introduce sugar cane







basis as a
Put up a
take off the

strip-cropping
oil rehabilitator
small factory. and
crop

Mr. Frampton took the chair
it the meeting of the St. Vincent



|} Land Settlement Board The
Leeward Land Settlement Estates
jhave had another successful
‘year, A bonus of ten per cent
was recommended for all labour-
| er who had worked over 100
days, and a bonus of ten per cent

and a week's paid holiday for all

who had worked over 200 days

The chief crops grown on
the Leeward Estates are arrow-
root, sea island cotton, ground-
nuts, coconuts, cocoa, pigeon
peas, and general provisions. A
herd of beef cattle is also being

established,







Evolution. is placing Barbados gifts of vari kinds mark the Two or three weeks later Xmas
in the unique position of becom- Appreciation of the giver. There is comes. This is the time to see
ine the tirst land in the Western a liveliness and Spirit of expect- Barbadians, a week or so before
Hemisphere to eradicate discrim- ancy all over the island during the day like the kind of rats the
ination and segregation. Go on this period. Peac on earth good Pied Piper called out you'll see
Barbados, set the example for the will to men is the watch word of Barbadians, tall, short, old, young,
world to follow. You’re.a blessed every man, enemies wash away fat, thin, grey, feeble all kinds of
people. their spleen with Rum and spirit- Barbadians jostling each other in
storms dro pestilence "cus liquors A spirit of bén homie stores and market places in at
und all con which are covers the land. effort to get something
misf tl land But before this’ big day ther
, are small explosions like our Ex- The store are hive-like a
I t of Barbadian hibition. Here is shown the land steady hum from the people going
character is love of music but of Canaan in truth and in fact. from counter to counter. The
which is m widely emphasised market places too where the
by the Barbadian man in the Cane, Cassava a riot of pro- green and gold of shaddock |
street. 95 per cent. of these men visions of all, kinds, Local Handi- bananas, pawpaws, apples can be]
have an elen v k ledge of work by our artisans in Carper seen in trays while lots of pur-
music. Singing is their chief pas- try, Cabinet making, Shoe making thasers around each tray bargain
time and they chant or sing at any and Handcraft of every variety ind move slowly on.
time. Even varieties of Bread by Bar- fter all this hustle and bustle
On Sunday night they gather badian Bakers, lovely and entic- Xmas day comes,
in Church ; and. around ing Goats, Sheep, Cows, Pigs all It is heralded in by the
Church Windc joining in the these are @iown to the enjoy- Churehes at 5 o'clock in the
singing wit the congregation. ment and edification of the on- morning The large congregations
Not alon do they sing around looke Art and Sculpture is also singing “O come all ye faithful.”
Chu W th lso keep seen, After church these people, mostly
their homes “singi to which There are Fowls and Pigeons of women—go home and the mate-
they invite their friends and en- all kinds. Flowers too-—-Orchids rial side of Xmas commences,
tertain them with rum and cake. are there, and for the enjoyment Savoury smells fill the air and
The Barbadian is not clannish of children there is the merry-go- passers by and neighbours know
and ill mix as easily and happ- round and many other side at- that the Barbadian housewife is :
ily h other people as with his tractions. cooking Pork, Turkey, Fowl or da
own. Quite contrary to most other This event which takes place in Ham. . ei i l
people the Barbadian love home Queen’s Park is the occasion for The husband on the other hand ¢ estim ona
life. It is to that sacreq circle he Barbadian women to exhibit the entertains some stray visitors in}
gravitates to have good time styles and fashions suited to such the cane, Coase with Rum ie
vith his friends. “asiongs and on the opening day snatches of meat etc., soon after « Wha 5 ‘ Vigges NE NA e :
} Couatte upon the Barbadian white and coloured women ming- these visitors leave dinner in all Well Mummy darling, | don’t always agree
now is Xmas—a period of which ling troop through the rooms its weight and splendour is served with you, ’ says Monica, “ but I admit (1) that
he is justly proud. It is the period where the art exhibits are shown and the average Barbadian and ( wy ‘ ’ ; ki ,
of entertainment and singing. looking and chattering their his family settle down in con- iow & Gate has been the making of me, (2)
m1 ee eee eq fall under ep ee Oy lovely kaleidoscopic er aoe delight to their that | have nevet looked backgon it geil (3) that
vce of th happy a 1 ar be g ind, Ama 1 !
i a I’m as healthy and happy as the day is long.
t rk, . ; “ ,
BOAC V inter A427 i IMES ROI ND Now, will you stop telling people about it and
‘ayy H WOR D let me have that doll’s pram for my birthday!”
Caribbean THE L
Schedule
One Man Does The Distance COW & GATE Miss
NEW YORK, N.Y.
An_ increased winter Carib- I ‘
gs n 30 Years On A Bus
n r 1 tur) bs
eel cia Mask he FOOD of” ROYAL BABIES
I 1-Jamaica te ervice, Mr. Alfred Playfoot, of South a medical board at the end of the [
I been inced_ | the , Guildford, Surrey, claims he 1914-18 war “Get an open-air | CowsGate
t h Oversea , Cor- h; gunched his way. round the job, with plenty of variety,” said Mille: Food
poratior world 42 times. “And I never the Medical Officer—and Mr. Play- ae
Vio of the new schedule fej, ftt he says, though he is foot went then to the Aldershot J.B. LESLIE & Co, Lid. a Agents.
ove z vice from New now of retiring age. and District Traction Company mm
Y . Miami and We Palm Mr. Playfoot is a bus conductor. and stayed until his recent retire-| “—_—___. a ls i
B , Florida, to Caribbean jyyjs punches have been on tickets ment.
points, went into: effect OM (4,900,000 — of them, statistic There not a bend in the road
various dates in early December. show) in travelling 1,050,000 or a ouse or tree on the bus
20AC? y in nth foaewe et miles on buses reutes radiating from Guildford
ae which Neue Oheorsns A doctor who told Mr. Playfoot thet he does not know, “ But I've
ber 1st, will be operated once to hecome a bus conducter, after never had a dull moment,” he
weekly each way between New maintains
York and Kingston, Jamaica, via operated thrice-weekly from New > ‘ fF Cnc ¢
Wassad and Montego Bay’ Jatoal- we “h Me tere sneer ele Plenty Of Spare Time
ca. Departures from New York hour, direct Stratecruiser flight You see, you meet so many
Intert ! Airport will be at began on December 12th, leaving ce people to lock on as friends
1¢ return New York Friday, Sunday and on the es. Then the pay i
fl sston on [Thursday Return ervices are ¢ i, ar you find great team
Ut iving in listed for Saturday, Monday and spirit betwegn drivers and their
T Lock- Friday Additional w York- conductor
I fly the Nassau flight e scheduled for One extra advantage being a
i fare Janua ind Febri bus conduct over imo:
! $199 to On December the current other job—-through the shift ot
Jamaica, tax extra once-daily Miam assau_ servic york you get the equivalent «
Oa Be ; a veik ci \ oo V cing airliners will _t > half-da off every day of
Jon oe a oubled A resumption of daily week, A n can follow all man-
service between York and Viking ervice between West ner of hobbies ir
Montego Bay, via Nassau, was Paln Beach and Nassau i
introduced. Double-deck Booing scheduled for January 3r¢ The « en miss Mr. Play-
Stratocruisers will fly the route Effective December 4th
once-weekly, leaving New York twice-weekly Viking
on Saturdays and returning on necting Nassau nd that

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“We see it in the gaily adorned
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ember 24th her j Darien of St. Michal, whe are in ARRIVING yesterday morning was the schooner 14 Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
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7 é | ened circumstances . ~ . > ~ . see . + y a 3 4
petier ewA. : AUTOMOTIVE Forms of application can be obtained | A new body to study race relas | Lucille M. Smith which came in from British Guiana with BRITISH CARS 1952 ee a ee S
0 fom the Vestry Cler Iffice tions has just been announced. mixed cart mm
; late ‘ ; EC REDMAN, ee ml } mixed Cargo Specifications and - ” eit .
Fodiet Clerk, St, Michael's Vestry,| This is a board set up by the) 1,500 bags of rice and 500 bags of charcoal were the Photographs rue Ly eaende "tae tom
‘ ONE (1) Hillman Es: tab Car. Station 18.12.52—a3n.| Royal Institute of International aS wt Cargo and Passengers for Dom
a Vaggon. Done 7,500 miles. Apply F. A -~\Affairs. Lord Hailey has beep| Main items. Other cargo included firewood and wallaba iniea, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
Pes Waggon, Done 7.300 mi poly / : airs, rd Hailey has beep| enter ba St aceitln Gitte ts C in E. R.H 1] An Interesting Book for and St. Kitts, Sailing @th Janu-
oO ra a ace, Ch ‘ chosen rs airman © | Osts. as . + a ary, 10952
Storey, Graeme Hall Place, C woranOTICE ae ch e f t Coat - x the p ~s ee 6 ie i * yy gata asse Mo 3
Be aati . I noard, Race relations within the! and the agents are Rober om.., E a
Miloh at the. General Hospital. David | CAR—Armstrang 8 that bookings tor season “tekets. weil | COMMonwealth will be the pork | FOR DOMINICA ' fg ee he BWIASOCIATION, ANC.)
ee ee coeeren, eer ace ted ccm ids new tyra: Seale seed Se Se Surrtoess s celee Ya. pelans rein aim of the =. - The motor vessel Moneka which 65. A i SEA “ Consignee, Dial 4047.
residence, Sarjeant ilage, near Cod 4 Ja Members re enttied tof institute sees race relia ns a . i esday , ixec
t ‘ $490.00. Diai 3121 ot “ 7 i .™\ arrived on Tuesday With mixed -D ‘
ring . or g Me a Be +m P = ee : < two additional seats along with | ¢ ne of the most difficult and dis* Cargo left port wadtinday. aflers JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
. Parton #hasdh ' CAR—Morris-Oxtord. wood as iy’ | The plans will be open to the general \urbing problems in world affairs.| ,o0n for Dominica ' y , G v === SS :
} Howell iw fe ; mileage under ee noo t én | public. on Friday J y & Datiy| Recent disorders, it is pointed out The Moneka is taking a cargo of VO) wh S ~
ianter), Mrs. Be “SiC ieee Wilt oe aale oro geouary 36 by the Institute, stress the urgency | yyy), sugar lard and potatoes f«
, Poa b ygeatee ay POS Caer p INC. oeeeee cf examining the matter in all it8| pominica, ‘St. Kitts and Nevis @ From Paged
ian eat : and going very reasonable. Phone 2023 W. F. HOYOS spects. Director of Studies is t0/ voneka | is consigned to the ‘eatmert as a woundea prisoner,
iN MEMORIAM a ae j 20. 12.52--t.f.n Hon. Secty be a former Indian Civil Service} ¢.; or mers’ Ass i 4 and says that when he returns to
N ME? / 20.12 21.12. 62-—4 te Schooner Owners’ Association ana
iaeweliitd inne and eS se ")man, Philip Mason, better knowb| i¢ under Captain R. Huds France, he will have much to say
COX—In ever loving memory of my twe . ; ™ | to some as author Philip Woodruff.| CAROLS AT s 1s about this aspect of sea life.
‘ -1 O ‘ ALMS Ss abo 8 asp .
fath’ March and ‘Prunella Cox on 17th ELECTRICAL renders are NOMI CE ne exciusive| Undisclosed donors have contri- | edt tees He said that as a doctor his first STEAMSHIP COMPANY
November ner _____ | ant ‘to run’ bars. serve lunches, teas; |>Uted funds for establishiag a| Members of the St. Matthias duty is to save human life. If .
They will forever live within our] GaARRARD--3-Speed Automatic Record} ‘feshments etc. at Kensington Oval reference centre on the subject.| Giee Club paid a visit to the St. there was a serious epidemic,



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Changers just ved a limited
eter? Ore 1a meer, MyrticpTuantity. TP. C, S. Maffe oe _< es Pebruany 13. already been started by the boara! -tiernoon and gave a programme called a coward, and would be
vd all othe: 25.12.52—In.f oe | ‘Tenders are also invited for the trans. | of studies, Jef carols and Christmas music, failing in his duty. It was there- SOUTHBOUND ALCOA ALCOA
; JUST RECEIVED t ‘it : ortation of | the ~ visitors from hotel much to the delight of the in- fore with this sense of respon- PARTNER CORONA KIM PARTNER
naoweN pare in ever loving es Y} Pye KADKO Featuring Banc ae to the Oval and vack on cricket | nates. sibility to his profession: ang to
ae Peer SSS VN ontet Lelie all Short Wave Ba ds. P. ( Tenders must reach the Secretary not GOVERNMENT NOTICE This is & yearly feature of the humanity that he set out to prove one 2 Dee 3 Jan 38 Jan * den.
December 26, 190 : 16.12.52—t.1.n plater than 4 p.m. on January 15. f | Glee Club and the inmates always to the world that man can live ARR. BARBADOS 8 Jan 22 Jan 7 Feb 18 Feb.
gut there is a glorious hope a The Association does not bind itself | look forward to th ir visit. at sea on plankton and rain water. . .
That scatters death's dark gloom to accept the lowest or any tender. . Limited Passenger Accommodation Available
It cheers the saddened spirit up S ‘ SARBADOS CKICKET ASSOOLA TTC"
It glids the Christian's tomb LIVESTOCK INC. EXPORTS AND IMPORTS For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122
it brings the resurrection near W. F, HOYOS, (RESTRICTION) ACT.) | , .
When those we love shall re-appear - x eer - ~ = Hony. Secty. 1939
Remembered by PUPP oxteriers) 21,12.52—7n } rv
t Cummins, ines, I tor further part NEW YORK SERVICE (fveny Foun WEEKS)
Irene Jore ister The Governor in exercise of the
‘ bre $ _- mine en = —_ ; powers conferred on him by sec-
: 1 ? SOUTHBOUND ALOOA ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA
" 8 Ey s tion 3(2) of the Exports and Im- POINTER PEGASUS PLANTER POINTER
: MISCELLANEOUS | would like to take this opportunity rts (Restricti Act, 1939
memory of Beatrice Colli ports estriction ) ct, , NORFO
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FRIDAY NIGHT, 26TH DEC., 1952
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Dancing from 9 p.m, until 3 a.m
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Aussies Dismiss 8S. Africa For 227.
rt —s/ Miller And Lindwall Bowl Well

From Our Own Correspondent) | With the new ball—Miller with the
Lindwall who took three wickets! {jrst of his first over_—_and instead |
for 29 end Miller 4 for 62, wreck-| of benefitting from batti
@d the South Africa batting on 4! the South Africans

true pitch. Each took a wicket) struggling.
a oi ae Miller’s four wickets took his
2 } | Test total to 99, and he now needs |
Indian Team {only one more to complete the|
. fouble of 2,000 runs and 100}
if . |

Reaches London | wickets.

as it I
| Main resistance to Australia’s |
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OUIZZ WINNER

ORTS EDITOR’S BAG

gz first,}
were always



Melbourne yesterday succeeded not onl



A wath A in their second Test match with the South Africans;
dL Wilhen cr ea
in dismissi t





ne their onents for th vely small seore of om Gur Gwn Correspondent) } attack came from opening bat M
re th ; scored 26 run ; MELBOURNE, Dec. 24. | Glew who made a defiant 46 and
will be resumed until B en players on MUNI», CC, 24 |) Murray, a six-foot two-inc'
: } i have hed the don to relax fo da Fiftesn strong ine indian team | schoolmaster

from the exacting rigours of Test mate h cricket 9 tour te West Inaies in the} freely and shared in a ninth wicket |

|
who swung his bat}
wew Year, flew into London aire} oy nd of .51—the test of the in- |








J pore to-day. All of them wore | »ings—with Tayfield.
ENPURTANS uvercoats as protection against the | 1 SCOREBOARD

weather. Only two carried bats cf SOUTH A panne INNINGS
rTrHIS 7 t latch is rhaps im to Aus lia than y = ; os sei a Wied Rina 4
ys Z “ee aeaes id! ae } , is t I h d their but there were fifty more in their Wait c Linawail > Miller ;
ith Africa, The “S be a bg cents ng abe ye! Constellation aircraft. ..,;Bndean b Lindwall 2
s not only in exter Australia for the greater part o Their stay. in London was brief {Funston c Ring b Miller Z
Mee ccttes Gil ine Baie ee ns they ett for Waterlao. almost, Ns 2%". Yetta, lier
record in their encounters with the State | immediately after their arrival to} cheetam © Johnston b Mil 15
i k catch the boat train to Southamp-! Mansell b Lindwall sicabisa 24
. + sonte ( 12 yOINE * | t ston ens 5
1 ; Bg noes ected. mR ‘t : f t ‘top “O jton, They sail on the Golfito Maree, c Raosies b Miller. 23
ace aie. F gine a ne “t pe a T he h which leaves on Friday. | Melle not out ; 4

e to t Englan 3 ar. ney ure; i i 7 ou
i . 1948 both from the point of view of team achievement | What do they think of ae | Extras. : oe 7
excellence and financial success, chances, The team manager, C. ft. | Total... 227

| Ramsawai, was cautious, “I think |





calcatea by ‘virtue of their first achievement they were gen- | | the West Indies in the Tests | ae eee sane 2—29, Miller 4—62,
less celebratea by virtue of their first achievement they were gen-|f | going to be arstiff proposition Tati ' AUSPRALIA 1ST INNINGS
erally accepted as the rightful opponents for Australia for world | said. “But we have a young 1 Me Ponsle’ mot Pat Fin rophy it
cricket supremacy ~ of players and we hope to do well. Morr! spe PU sss S
I We have the more i hy Ay: ag
AUSTRALIA WON | MR. O. 8S. COPPIN, Advocate’s Sports Editor, presenting a consola- | ™men like Hazare, Umrigar, Man-) “ts

ae
luring the earlier part} tion prize to Miss Rosalind Hudson of Queen's College yesterday. | ad and Phadkar.
wee : see Miss Hudson was the first lady to submit a correct solution to the





Ave IA won the series which ended













of this year They are due to visit 1 land next year and it Quiz run by the Advocate on the recent visit of the West. Indies to 7; I / don’: Ye re
tw 5 umbent upo er to prev South Africa at any cadets { Hf : ron
time d iri tt "Te se ; ; im tealing the 1ours otherwise not Australia, i eee This S en v s ear
only would their py i cal advantage over England be minimised ' eT
PULSER PR ener) REOEPE CE Wald certainly: ceyeerey | E A ( 2 { } OT | Roy Stroud has played football)}him at Hendon, and apart from
It is for this reason that ! am sure that Australia will not squan- ABA in all sorts of places, trom Hane. war service with the poe: En-
der this euriy advan >in a Test that is due to last for five days bu 4 [Bong £0 Acotievik me Po be ok. rea ~~
‘ rkmanii f ac vie F : | to Reykjz and, : s — always ©
: oe blake ‘this onerin the bag”. a ee ee e SCRIBELER . ial ths latter half of his 27! first team,

years, ‘i on didn’t I turn profes-
‘ ATN A irs his ie. gate -4.| He might, had he chosen beeM|sional? In the first place the fact
MII INALS of the City Division Championship will | ,"Aysenal or West. Ham profes-|that I was taking to contact
ypen on Saturday at Richmond. Land between Dover and | gional, Instead he takes delight| lenses put me off because I didn’t
Notre Dame. Neither of these teams has ever achieved| n being a printer’s traveller and/then know they would turn out

PROBIR SEN



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a2 by, round faced wicket- the cistinction of championship honeurs, but the winner |captaining the Re reae Pra Pea well. In the second, if you have
kee Agile and capable des- will meet Rangers who have been Cup holders in 1946, 1947, |don. His immediate objectives are)a decent job, as I have, it is
é wavy build Made his {O42 and 4OR1 1 On vada, Aueul es aT * these: : ; better to remain amateur because
y Brisbane in 1948 948 and 1951 n 1950 Rangers carried off the trophy fo. |” T> ‘set his side going OM Alof the fine social side, and the
; ; ‘as, Played the Championship Division of the League. The division |“giant-killing” sequence with aD/fun you have.
two ind in India \ constituted of the first two clubs in each of thefF.A. Cup win over the League} Hendon have never reached the
is land bats~ d stons of the League, |professionals of Northampton ©”) first round of the F.A. Cup sinc
nin eg Poured The fight for the championship cnly 62 on the tins. Applewhaite | S4turday. | the Birmingham for- tbe Ps gp eae ieee
17) t hand SAS aes kt AF eand White 20 not out are the }fidibles Boldmere ‘St. Michaelltwo at least. : ;
year, a sound right har on Se mn game ver layed double figure ad ~ _)rnt 2S, é ast,
Our London sports bag re nd at the i of pial leeantl thias will hax ; Ee ee in the first round of the eae rd told Stroud that An peeing
: eric Rangers Notre Dame,|notch a win in this game Cup on December 13, as a pre-| Northampton draw with Queen’:
Speedway Ace to Make Its ana Dover were tied with 13 oe liminary to winning that tropny./| Park Rangers last Saturday I hac
meback ex h “Then in the third Key Match “We with our am spirit, believe | noticed that in O'Dni nell North-
Es ape bop Bit: ple baht ‘ Dover and Colts lost.thet: In the key ‘match in the Central en oe rat oe “ ede ward ae re tied: thet chon
way ace, hopes to be back in me leaving the issue to be Division Greens seem to be Stroud aE civunbuil on lhad yen ee Fontes half ties "in
rcbit Eric, W § 4% ht out between Notre Dame |! strug g reve Stroud, chee conversation~ “nalf, :,
scion fn 3888" ris who 1s 8 Hangers ne NOE am Tee cloping iowa afte AAP clit of middle welght and height [Dexter Adams, ote of three’ in:
: at ¢ ast id Ranger: s t 2 -* at : ; cs ationals i 1 ide
owing to an a cident sustained in In the fourth series Rangers jgers. At present they are leading and fair cola te es a oe Ee a at weet tet us aac
the saddle (horse not motor-cycle) re caught the last day on a/but lost the last match to Police Ee ee ane aT with llarge, the professional. can mak.
5 = t oe right aS “vanes ) vicket pi so ae * Club. On Saturday they met hetusaieal atueetig - - ithe same mover as the amateu
uble », and he is going into \ t} same lis placed | George Parl als is stak= |? SS al ale 3 | . same 1 8 é Hos Gate ee
ital again for treatment, but ) Dame ahead | ix pc ing cf Maths wae aaa (se He comes from the other end] fraction of a secoud quicker—
harged 100 per 1d ct ure of e@ ff the | honours “aMPlonshlp | *”London—Hounslow—and went! which makes all the ee ote
cent fi hr as If so h oaths ial alls : ; Sed ani, : 43 tag to Hendon simply because Ar-; He fervently believ_s this wi
fi start aclising early in the n tl . ie ace: hye ‘ oe nae ie Ts knock and | cenal «having signed him. on/not be so on Saturday. What
New Year. : PROBIR SEN | ; ae Dees ith. .¢ hi d| ee ee ees 2. Alleyne took amateur forms back in 1939, putihappened last night at the team’s
: | foug 1 te x sat Notre Dame i ok alle go a a" ante him into that club when it’ was!tactical talk under coach Ted
ght victory against f > Mame. | Park owed on and wi "8 . i Gne : 4 , ai nadia
. =. * is ¢ I ters chien canine = od known as Golders Green. Gaskell is nobody’s business —
MOMENTS IN SHANGHAI ; Sats - Puig Wir Price ve a a Sas Gare ae Two ° officials Stanley andjexcept the 11 men of Hendon
e 4 © é t a ‘e scorec ¥. L0rde took 5 for a Me hasack sini —L.E.S
. tri ‘o ‘ ub z ug ( , , 1} ® a single match each they|20 and Harper 3 for 15 )Olaude_ Green took _an_interest_in ae
SHANGHAI Rugby Union Feotball club although now defunct wi 7 Fa aie 2 80 ety { 3 for ‘
always be remembered at Twickenham, English headquarters of a r . ae ast series 30 points lt oe’: for 15 brought his” , ae ‘
the game. For when the Shanghai club closed down the rema‘ning it a 1 A ihacatiies vate (eee wi kets to 79 for the! The Rarbades Police
eemed as i 2 s season, ! ;

for the President of the British Rugby Union Foot-| i'¢d to see the battle fought be-!





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ball Union, And a special plaque is to be inserted in the room indi- | | : salithe aan S . trae ] DON TS FOR DRIVERS
ca that the furniture was given (9 commemorate the many pleas- Ea ti Ss = chad eae | |
al umes between the local club and the British Naval and Army j #™\« OY Geaux orteted en ons ms |
niike site utattad ha i 5 ames and left the position un- t 3 | Don’t obe roceed signals from
= who visited Shanghai. SR cleiceeeanoin hanged. The Dispute Committec Irs o | y P g

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ROOST FOR U.S. DAVIS CUP Set Re SNAnES SONS EY | Golf Tourney

sue a semi.
final and final |






By a Correspondent

May Tip Scales eae LONDON, Dec.
First big golf competition of

| Two players may tip the sealey| 1953 is the Oxford and Cambridge

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lin th semi-final These eré|Golfing Society President’s Puc-
Shell” Harris if he turns out for) ter, This is being staged at Rye
Dover and C. Daniel of Notre/from January 8—11. The first
Dame Harris is an experienced |round draw was made this week

player and his bowling and bat-|Lt. Col. A, A, Duncan, Welsh
ting cen turn the game for Dover. | Amateur emampion and newly

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Daniel is one of the youngsters | elected captain of the British
vyho impressed me in the Annual | Walker Cup team to play the
B.C.A, vs. B.C.1 match, In| United States in America next
League Crick





this season he | September received a bye, In
ed a centt against Rangers.!the second round “he will meet
i century w made when, F D, Physick.
ru were most needed and he :
vas up against bowlers of the type | Dunean, who won the Putter
Barker, Blackman and Pinder, in 1948, finds himself in the same
eentury foliowed a half cen-\half of the draw as the holder
jtury in the first innings. Notre|/and former Walker Cup player
Dame are comprised of youngsters Leonard Crawley. Crawley whe
vho take games quite seriousl, /has won the Putter four times in








ind I believe they are out to add ull, opens his defence against
he trophy for this division of A. E. R. Gilligan who achieved
icket to the football cups they ,|fame as captain of England’s
von last year Yest cricket team,

An interesting first round pair-
iiug brings together Cyril Tolley,
former amateur champion and
n against “/1f. S, Malik, India’s Ambassador
nckground of Middlesex enjoy-;;, Paris who played with him in

" ya 2°,
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to everybody in Rarbados

Carlisle Division
arlisle Division the last
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ing. a two point advantage on the jj. 1921 Oxford team.

Diiapiocsiig tale Retolemn from the makers o
Marketing and St. Matthias are

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game there has been the element Parker Will Play

f surprise in that the P.M.C

bow seemed to have been un- i ge

ler ity the St. Matthias bats. League Cricket
men, P.M.C. batted first to score a

an Jy Ford was topscorer with 27) Jack Parker, the Surrey bats-



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and Rollins hit 22. For St. Mat-| Man who retired at the end of the
t took 2 for 20 anqd Summer will play in League
36. St. Matthias how. Cricket next season. He is to join

ae

WHEN Vic Seixas (right) of Philadelphia trimmed the Wimbledon | thias
king, Frank Sedgman (ieft), in the Victorian tennis championship at | De nt



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Melbourne, Australia, the victory gave U.S. Davis Cup hopes a big jever | ‘the shock of the season aes Sank ne naan foe Lcd / THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE 4
: ; ‘ avin Cus tas when aha Pa sowlers sent elutb. Jack, who is 39, scored Se 5
lift. Seixas is captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team | “ . Ee ee Aa ra ph Sar 1,200 ame saat ; et He Win ae 8
one ete * aan London, and OE hive’ 40549 Ahag bin bd SG a ek We ARE ae PSS
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They'll Do t Every Time Registered US. Potent ORen By Jimmy Hatlo end for Morecambe's matches. CAVE SHEPHERD & Cco., LTD. i
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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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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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^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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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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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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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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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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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. Hall g million i id |n Washington Thenwill be seats along the Darade route for only 60.000 at | •i 2 dollari lars N :0s.) Da Costa & Co., Ltd. & & •aoaatparreeeeeeoeoooeoaeeooo*oaaot>a**o" WHEN iT ItllXS IT POVBS .I.V .so A. E. TAYLOR Announces he has optn d: AKCOLA SHOES for Ladies Munslii-ld Shots for Ladies anil another shipment of Indian StaMg and Sandals. All these Shoes are now well known throughout th world for their up to tha minute Styles, Elei'ancc. lit, and delightful fashion, worthy of their nanu.: Our first shipment of Nylon underwear for Ladies including Slips, Panting, Brtefg and Nightdresses has just arrived. A. E. TAYLOR LTD. Cttafe* sma DIAL 4100 Where Qualities are HIGH and PRICES LOW From the Blenders of the famous (/OLD HRAID RUM m J. N. G0DDARD & Sons Ltd.






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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Police Band Xmas Concert, Queen's

Park: 712 am
Lord Bishop at St. Michael's Cathe-
dral 11.00 an

Xmas Party, General Hospital: 10.15 a.m.

For the cause that lacks assistance,
‘Gainst the wrongs that need “resistance,
For the future in the distance,

And the good that I can do

ESTABLISHED 1895



World Destruction |
Predicted If God’s |
Plans Are Neglected

POPE MAKES XMAS BROADCAST

VATICAN CITY, Dee. 24

POPE PLUS NIL, warned the divided world

on Christmas Eve that it would be destroyed by
Frankenstein like industrial and mechanical social |
lesions of God’’ and the individual }

leeted.

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systems if the
dignity of man are neg 7

In an 8.000-werd Christmas Message broad
cast to the faithful world in 25 Jangnages, |
dealt more with the social problems facing man- }
kind than the question of war and peaee which}
Yuletide Messag

, the Pope }

dominated most of his ‘es since his;

elevation to the Pontificate in 1939,

Tourists





Seve; hundred and seventy- |
{wo tourist arrive in the island |
}thissmorning on beard the tourist
‘liner Nieuw Amsterdam which is |
On one of its winter cruise












Curacao, Cuba,

ing to the
January 4th,

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Mindful of what he called
pressed” the Pope
political system ‘apitalism 1
a - i

Communism wa ving ( pene ‘ mas
lems of the hour ;
productior an a organization [ Bi ‘hs Si
alone,” he said. in al ados
day which had been able to build
a marvellous and complex .ma-
gating to its service the tremen-}
Gous forees of nature, now
its forees—as though the rudder This. {s"the “ftst. of two calls
has slipped from its hands—and wijeh this tourist liner will easy
and crushed by them. Barbados again on January 27th.

Such inability to control should :
its victims not to expect salvation is known us the “palatial {
solely from technici of produc-/of th American

“But in no case—oh how we | Its last port all was Martin-
wish that all both on this contin- | ique and on its cde parture from |
realize it—will it avail to fashion ezyela, The liner then sails to
a wortd without misery. at Merah
problem to souls in distre
humanity must raise its ey

) s ; ;

from His infinitely wise and effica- - ra a

i , ) 4
cious action the way to help and “~ \°"

“mournful chorus < Sees VG
grave economic and social prob-
“Salvation cannot come fror
One could say that humanity to- |
chine of the modern world subju-
appears incapably of controlling
so its in peril of being overthrown | 4; eason: atta ide 40 leah At
of itself suggest to men who ar Tne Nieww Amsterdam which
tion and organization. hak a g of 36,000 tons
ent and beyond the sea would! here it will sail to La Guaira, Ven-
“Meanwhile in so urgent tod ta taaeh
the action of God to learn alv
redeem men from their ills.” |



In obvious reference to Com- Shortly after ten o’elock yes-
munist countries the Pope said terday morning the French liner
that one part of the world already | De Grasse steamed into Carlisi
depersonalized man because “the | Bay from Trinidad,
and tyréinnises the human spirit Phe liner, en route to the United
demon of organization invades Kingdom brought passengers
and “brings under its administra- | from other ¢ bbean territories.
tion the entire gamut of political Ten others j ed the liner here
economic, social and intellectual for the U.K. Local agents for
life from birth to death.” ; the De Grasse are R. M. Jones &

—U?P 0., Ltd

U.S. President-Elect
Spending Holidays |
With Grandchildren

(By H. D, QUIG ).
NEW YORK, Dec. 24,
President-elect Eisenhower, his tow ruddy and beam-
ing, hurried home from his office on Wednesday to spend
the holidays with his grandchildren. Two gaily wrapped
packages tucked under his right arm and waving his hat
with his left hand, he grinned as he left his Commodore
Hotel headquarters and said; “I just have been around to
say merry Christmas to everybody in the office.
Now 1 am knocking off and go- —- -
ing home to spend Christmas with
my family and my grandchildren.
I hope evcrybody else has the
chance to spend as pleasant a
Christmas as I am anticipating.”
Late Wednesday the President-
Elect plans to help his grandchild-
ren—David four years, Barbara
Anne, three year and Susan 11
months—cdecorate a big Christmas
tree. ' Wednesday night he will|Dr. Geoffrey Fis her
help the family fill stockings|of Canterbury arned that “a
which will be hung in the family |“concerted attack on the Christian
residence suite on the second floor | religion such as has never beer
ef Columbiy University Presi-|made before” by totalitarian
dent’s mansion \forces who wish “to eliminate
On Thursday President-Elect |religion and replace it by a
and Mrs. Eisenhower plan to at-|Universal materialism’. This at-
fend church services at 9.00 a.m. |tack jeopardizes the “principles o
in Columbia Univers chapel. |life and morality” enshrined in
They will have a c dinne r | Christianity he wrote
at mid-afternoon c hristma as Day. | —UP
The Eisenhx son John is a |
Maior servings 1 the Third In-
fantry Divisi Korea. His
wife and thre *n drove to
New York o y from their
home in Highl New York

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Archbishop
Issues Warning

LONDON, Dec, 24. . |




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Xmas Message |

I welcome the opportunity, |

through the courtesy of the

“Barbados
sending my
Christmas
Year tw all its readers.
Government House,
Barbados
December, 1952.

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New Immigration Law

Effective In U.S.A.

NEW YORK,
When the French luxury liner Liberte steams into New

York harbour today, more than a fourth of
men will not be
troversial
attacked

election

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at a Hudson River

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scheduled to dock
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York since
head of new Immigration Act became ef
to advise on| fective at midnight.

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an tight curtailment of privi-

igned in 1925 to} jeges under the new law
table of Ches-| 3
so the story goes,; At Idlewild international air-
tation with the) port immigration authorities were
switching the) standing by to put alien crewmen
¢ to police'of foreign planes through a
workless when | screening that could force some
chanised, were|of them to spend their U.S fo
In a short! over in detention on Ellis Island
c cost to the rT . s :
field boasted a ; The new law r ade no rm n
; mounted | change in requirements for. -
ie el ning to the U5 :
it, the stor} porary : ,
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Dec. 24

A Detail from the ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS by El Greco.

its 974 crew-
able to get off the ship, due to the con-
McCarran-Walter Immigration Act which was

the recent

anx~-

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Quiet Xmas

WASHINGTON,

Dec. 24

Mr. Truman, like millions of
other American spent Christmas
Eve in the seclusion of his home
with relatives Christmas is a
family affair to the Trumans, Sx
the President, Mr Traman and
daughter Margaret ill entertain
relatives in the White House in the
trietest privacy Thursday. This
is only the second Christrnas the
Trumans have spent in the White
House since the head of the fam-

became President of the Uni-
ted States, nearly eight years ago.

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SIX CENTS Low

— Midnight Mass

For Diplomats

ROME, . Dec. 24

The bells of the Eternal City’s churches rang out in
| chiming chorus pror iptly ai midnight si nalling the start
oi traditional masses cel: tir the anniversary of the
rth of the Child of Bethlehen The Pontiff himseft

recited S}



yecial, low mass j ¢

» lov \é i itcan’s Congigtorial Hall
to Diplomatic corps acere d to the Holy :
Plans to hold mass: Mhe beau

ful Mathilde

Chapel vert

Act. Governor the last, minute be-

Makes

Xmas

Broadeast pn ote

H!IS EXCE

{Governor M

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© help the first family
their last Christrnas in the
House. It will be a Seow
Dinner nd the opening of
ips the President will play
no and Margaret will sing
rol The President |

tell wh he got for Bess
irgaret for Christma But
of one gift the Chief

will get already is out

the Presidential Christmas
id ely bound et)

yO? 1g ror nis

W H ef The
House dec th at
( tr tree pola-

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€ tie te e

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LLENCY le

iy midnight mas
R Ny i :
' N inne hile he younger

‘ generation
broad

ae eee red the trong sharp wind

» nine said : reach four major Basilicas of

sat listening to the recit pital the older chose their

a, hristmas music t h h ehurche fo iditional
hedral last week, the follo\

! two groups of verses appeal { i t tl

, © ma va rictly

me catching the lilt ar ‘ the Mathilde Chapel is

og ree of the spirit of Chri tuate close to the Papal t
world over The first wa ; ; ; Ee tiene

And ali tt
ring
For joy our

And the secor

Ring out

ina blow
Che civie si

Ribg in th
wight,

Ring in the common love of

good,”

brings out th
folk This

rich or poor a

with our families and tho

; |

The approach of Christma jrecite third 1
|
is the season when, |
|

and never open to the pub-
Only chiefs of missions were
ble to find places in the long and
chapel whose high walls

re richly decorated with middle
false pride in place} ge freseoe’. A huge tapestry de-
{, 'picting the nativity was placed
ander and the spite hind the tits
@ love of truth an | veeited mass

1¢ bells on earth did

Lord was born.”
1d



where the Pope
er the pope re-
ited S@cond mass in his private
‘hapel close to the” Papal bed-
on Thursda ing he will
ne attended
he second Papal mass and only

vy intimates will attend mass
it dawn Thursday The Pontiff is



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pare special thoughts for the | ws aggre oh = at} ge
nd lonely upport charities, for-| SPOR. DS r ee
tive ind forget old seore | - NOU: 10.0 ADEE: BGs
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Cardinal Elect Postpones

Let us all, throughout this ¢ oOo
tion Year, which is so very ne Veparture For Rome
upon u sustain our uplift

Christmas mo

false, ring in the true, ring out the |
old, ring in the new."

M vife
shes to all

and I send our be che

PARIS, Dec, 24.
| Archbishop Carlos Maria De La
or f Eeuad vho is a
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departure for Rome and
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PAGE TWO

Caub Calling

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Holding Santa for Observation





H's Exceliency the Acting

Governor will visit the
Barbad General Hospital this
afternoon at 12.15 o'clock He {
will | accompanied by Capt
WwW. R H Armstrong Private

Secretary.
(cling Puisne Judge
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re priceless possessions should bow in
ME, JUSTICE RICHARD lrrevc: and thanksgiving for them and | M-G-M's
MANNING, Acting Puisne | be Rousqpesea watehful of their safe- |
Judge of the Windward Island =” } SINGIN’... SWINGIN’...
who w n Barbado ho | APRH. 2 to MAY 2 (Teures)—Start |
visit left yesterday B.G his glorious day with pravger; . .
anager C&W Do needs” in. memory of ‘Him "whose birth | GLORIOUS FEELIN ee ae /
Manager C. & W. Dominica enn versery this is. All wholesome | ,
Me CYRIL MALONEY activities. healthy fun rank high IN RAINBOW GOLOR BY 4. :
4 Mes r le and Wirel MAY @ to JUNE @ (Gemini)—it is ™
who has been transferred sebavons With 8 GET plone waaeee|
Dominica, as Manage of the } Y visit i
company’s branch there left : |
\ erd me ng by 8G JUNE t to JULY tH (Cancer)—Youw
YES LCE - ; ro ng ‘ B.C -* Meon Venus end other pianets ieee |
ways. He was accompanied b nas ably aspected this Christmas Day. But
his wife nd family you must help make it better day by
For the past nine years Mr. A |kindliness and generos ty
Wsloney bad been Manager ‘ . | JULY 24 to AUGUST % (Lee)—m 9)
Cable and Wireless’ branch at MRS. MARSORIE CALLENDER (left) in charge of the Special | sigh tasks favoured apd should be gone
St. Kitts. Christmas Hour programme for children at the Public Library on ) with cheerfulness, offered as prayer fo
ut Dec, 22 has everyoue'’s attention as she gives the questions for the less fortunates
{ecountants quiz SI t Tale
> , 4 | AUGUST 23 | SEPTEMBER 2% (Vi
mM" DAVID _MURRA* and ; ; s | | Stars favour religious, hom, children’s
Mir wa eens, re. Cunudians On Holiday Engaged } EVER Mr. Stice, who is res cceamont, but also sas day |
mis of Messrs. Bovell am : to look closely to discover them. rather absent-minded, for- | (Morey Sd nesinctet
Skeete, stationed in St. Vincent, j Barbados on their frst visit @\ONGRATULATIONS to Miss! Agtes g "s d them, color line number, |
arvived ere yesterday mornin: & . nd .Mrs. Charles 44 Dea s Maer ase you've foun , gets his own party- : SEPTEMBER 2 to OCTOBER 2 (Libra)
hy B.G. Airways. to spend the i ig. OP a ee a Ruth Feldman who becomes} the picture. he thinks of this experience and {oy can benefit greatly this promis ng
RE tee eee oe | ae Swerling of Detroit and Windsor, engaged to-day to Mr. Robert! sto, the number comes to day by prayer, good deeds, and enjoying
Christmas holidays with their Ontaric They .arrived on Tues- Phillips . . presto, |“ightful activities with family, worthy
ered ari ‘ ps, A.M.LC.E, at} Tr: the Ba mind. } igh ‘
elatives. ‘a fternoon by T.C.A {rt ccesent at an Officers’. Traini ts in Ad ; | friends.
Trinidad Lady M.L.C. Montreal for a month's holiday School in Alder hot aban Last year Mr. Stice went diiphoek’ sk' ds | HOVERS oo
i Lad Le Montre¢ t ay Scho ! $s é son-~ does a jigsaw puzzle 4 a jay-bird, | p a8
HO” BLE AUDREY JEFFERS nda guests at the Sa Beach don, | hunting and kille | (Seorpie)—Much stimulus in the air;
es r bani I I j 5 make the most acceptable he and his wife ate (good cheer plus reverence should be
2 M.B.E., M.L.C., Trinidad, Hotel, Worthing 5 Miss Feldman, the daughter of | ~ ‘That night he 8 eerenee a
rrived here yesterday by the Also arriving from Montreal Mr. and Mrs, G. G. Feldman of oe gitt for many Per ine bird for supper. wntuane =
S.S. De Grasse for the Christmas 5y the same aircraft for © “Edgeware”’, Navy Gardens,} %n8 “ What is their phone number? | ‘ : : - s
and New Year holidays. She is day were Miss Janet Pringle, a Christ Church, is doing Radio- \eOm om s| yy eeneIg sousey” (‘A8f Ouo eye OmT,) f-18e *4eMeTy | Mears ie te Pepeetese ea
guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. W, school teacher of Allenby School, graphy at King’s College and! __ henarbe nent lacieerteneacelaet tiles tntitshdadettiie 3 \@RMA @ictatoss, tharein ie the. stérting
Scott of “Woodside”, Bay Street. Toronto and Mrs. Helen Donald- hopes to complete her studies in 2 ‘ : : point for great good will, Sagittarius
Also staying as a guest of Dr, son also of Toronto. They will April. She will be married as It’s A Gift He 8s Off [oe ans So
and Mrs. Scott is Miss Gloria be here for — is wees as soon as Mr. Phillips finishes his | DECEMBER 2% to JANUARY 21 (Capri-
Gibbs, a beautician of Trinidad guests at the Marine Hote training. MERRY CHRISTMAS!—no twe Though Santa is getting off to|corm)—Begin your day with prayer; end
who arrived by B.W.LA, last‘ CRiristininn: iitlia\e ao Writes home to say that 4S} words bespeak a kindlier feeling xn early start this year, he has + plot alee ia mek’ We Mba es
week ‘ | ee s ae i re : 5 ame loves England, Shelamong men. But different peo- so many additional places to visit|better by far for at least one. person
Intransit IM" KEITH SMI TH, Head~ pe ev ee, for ry sunshine, ples have different ways of put- he needs a pilot to point out | you know
MONG the passengers arriv-'{~ master of the Grenada Boys ing” eikieeintiy ne * sea bath-|ting it, Let’s see if you can short cuts, Start with him at Up-| JANUARY % to FEBRUARY 2
ing here intransit ¢ Secondary School, arrived over Clat 7 he Aquatic recognize the country of origin per left and find the shortest (Aquarius)—Don't let anything hamper
ini Tom k end by B.W.1.A. for the Club. She wishes all her friend: : ‘ : vou from knowing the true worth for
xemided “yesterday ‘in the SS.b in. holidave in Barbados a happy Christiane | ts bearing these greetings. route that will take him to the|¥u {rom knowing the true wo loving
De Grasse en route to the United ae ee vif ana PP) ristmas.| Five correct is a good score. toy store and to all the six houses) sii the good things with which God has STARRING
Kingdo were Capt. ; nied by his wife an ‘ . on this family list—that is, one| blessed us
> tg Capt. and Mrs, : and they are staying with TONS talations 1. Joyeux Noel—Wales, Italy, poute that «4 avoid dead-ends; | FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) ENE
Capt. Hunt is re g ya tis: relatives ‘at © Mew" House’ | Pies . S to Mr,| France, : without crossing or Simplicity, tol . understanding
sfter having completed. Wis ‘amg spooners. Hill “4 A. A. Hinds, M.B.E, and| 2 Bono Natale — Turkey, ¥ lth SEED ona 6 tale te Bas ee Caelan te
of ST Settee Seek ee © i Mr. J. H, Sharpe who celebr, Rumania, Italy Pr will work wonders. You will meet few id
i ME sistant Fisherie ME, cRAuAM WILKES and {heir ‘birthdays today, They a 3. Feliz Pascuas—France, Spain , Deere. fee try, cover} bstacies to a happy day INNALD "CONNOR:
To St id r N i : Mr. Michael Timpson, As- both Civil Servants, Mr. Hinds is Iceland. . ; YOU BORN TO-DAY: Sturdy charac- i
0 udy ursing istant Master at the Lodge attached to the Secretariat while | Froehliche Weihnachten — {ter, dependable worker and thinker,
ISS RUBY CARMICHAEL, School, lef yesterday morning jy; Sharpe is asad + ne) Lithuania Belgium, Ger- pleasant company Feu. cme me tas -
. vm ; > . ona S attac o , y tead fas oO
daughter of Mr. S. C. Car- B.G. Ait aha a eo St. Customs, ve ‘| ee tg Some Good Advice | your fine charactertties _ cngame com BIE OLDS
michael, Retired Government Vincent, to spenc selr Christmas | 5. Hartelijkke Kerstgoecten — { banions carefully, don’t be disappointed t 7
Printer of Antigua and Mrs. \ys Turfites Fi Trini. Netherlands, Belgium, Nor- | when others cross or disagree with you ; with
Garvichest. es he a “heck ' Wilke ae sccompanied fi or Trinidad | way § Thomas Tusser offered some) don't be mulish in op-nions JEAN H GEN: MILLARD MITCHERL
yesterday afternoon by the §.S. "Y his wife and son, PT°URFITES leaving by B.W.LA | 6. Goa Jul—Sweden, Finland, 200d advice for the Birthdate of: The Saviour of Mankind. .
De Grasse where she will study to attend the Trinidad Christ ‘| Soodlaae, t a a crete ee $ret oe ee oe dealer Ta me CYD CHARISSE
nursing at the Royal Infirmary RRIVING by T.C.A. on Tues- mas five-day ; “*-| 7. Nedlaig mbhaith chugnat — ‘orm of a substitution cryptogram. » a egaet” "| SC OME A PME BA ONE OS EAE ORE Ea Sac BAK BIG OW OE OR DEANE OE OE OE OE ON BES
Sheffield. eestor day from Canada to spend cluded ad a ” Beihai, Ireland, Switzerland, ery. ue think of Ch vor Sree ; MB BASRA BK BA NA NN SA NS SN
During her stay in Barbados, the winter were Mrs. W. T. President f * ;| 8, Boas Festes—P or tu gal, you’ ave starting clues to two - yee: yA:
Miss Carmichael was a guest ni Rogers and Mrs. F. H. Dunham Society who left on Settee elas Greece, Rumania. _ of the words, ; | Insert A Word & Xmas & Prosperous
“Allworth”, Cheapside of Toronto. They expect to be and Mr. Ru ert Maver, City 9. Hauskia Joalua — Serbia &
here for three months as guests Druggist wh ft Tuesd ? Russia, Finland, BN RXOVLNEBL BHI There i popular | 2:
E i the Hotel R : Bees eee Feliz Natal — Brazil, India, EBMT SWWS RXTTO 2 8 very eee 2
“NZAZCC t the Hotel Royal Mr. Bethell was accompanied by| 10, * rr ii : L wo . ; RXO jat old-fashioned festivities which & Nlow Ysar
HE engagement was an- Toe i ae ar same a his daughter, Hazel. ,,, Canada. vad RWETL DON Wieees has a hyphenated Lacey a Zz
nounced last night between |!" ©@mada and staying a e ‘ lor “puemya ‘6 Te8nwog g ‘pur “b ; , Write that name in place of the
Mr. Keith Thornton, son of Mr Hotel Royal for one week was - Christmas Party | wopemg ‘9 ‘SpueyiayeN ‘¢ ‘AURULIEn y © TBO. x’s in the following, and 13); , i q |
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si o at - A enor Hall, ariak alls “Ontario thi = There was a Christma: tmaus: ee ee, eee s0W09 seUr: es © sn an sepsates wards. wih aaah & TH AN i B t DS.
t. Peter, and Miss Deborah Man- ,/OdU0'S Falls, ae . a Chr Ss a - SUD 407 ‘8049 poos syew | vertically,
oe = oe Barbara her fir Family Rou ae et 0 tas Phen Racal Wad cue Aydt seunsuug iv suormtos EBUTABFISPHEA x HINDU ORIENTAL & DRS GOODS MERCHANTS
anning of “Newlands”, Two Mile ; * Keunton ul a ie za . 5 | KKEXXXXXXXKXX :
Hill, St.’ Michael, rTHIS CHRISTMAS. will be night when the management of Fast Question | UGEETYYEYLPRK ie Bombay. @ Barbedss
= cea the, ; 2 eatres gave eir annua! | " [80 .
The engagement was sid quite a family reunion for, , a SapeYyo-[Bot |
1 . & also an- the Hynam familyewhen mployees C mas party at the}. Two friends who were driv * | AV S} eurPU BuyESpU oY ‘wonos , aoe ee
fgunced between Mr. Geoffrey theatlvnam fomilyewnen ttey get ri ctown Paes from San Pranciseo to Porth Uncle. Larry’s | | SUA NNG NG NN NG NN Ni NW 9 NN NN WN
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E, L. Hutchinson of Taeyea cet Street. Some members of the os cht, 2yees turned out and/planned to have Christmas |
Deacon’s Road and Miss tiseet {@Mily have not seen each other {°reughly enjoyed — themselves,|dinner together at a roadside res- . nt e
Soci deen 3 7 ae for 25 years, eae re gas making}taurant. One left San Francisco For c | astings ranc oO
Mrs. Stanley Edwards of “Cite Mr. Edgar “Kaiser? Hynam J 10%. party began quietly|at 7 o’clock in the morning, and Billy hristmas his |
Ville” Fone ards of “Clitton. wi. has Been worling"in’ Aruhe. wit Mite Alice Armstrong at the travelled north at the rate of 35 top. erhatio seen him a plastic |
For Income Tax Course for several years with the Lago p ti at ee ne of the tra-|miles an hour. The second could hi, saaher has bought | .
R'N omN ee, Oil and Transport Co. arrived hey Season's songs. She then|not get away until 10.30 a.m, 2, @ truck, There’s an airplane |
t. N. D. OSBORNE, Assist- recently for ten weeks’ ‘holiday 'D8¢d to dance tempo. How fast would he have to drive ™@d@ of wood, and a blue pres- |
ant Commissioner of Income Which he. is pending with | Ly The party was held in thejin order to overtake his friend °"t. ade of metal. One of the |
a ‘ ) 2 ~V 1 spe ¥ is z ; 3 al, }
Tax and Death Duties, left for mother at Woudside Gardens MS Ic oo of the theatre, at 6 p.m.,? a toys is painted red, but the gun |
the United Kingdom yesterday 5 ater in the evening the ‘wduytg so ‘sanoy my | painted yellow. Which pres-. j : ; '
afternoon in the S.S. De Grasse .. Other members of the family in ‘roleers & group of local|¥t SHU oBf saayip uew puosag ‘soya CNt did Billy’s Uncle Larry give IS especia y convenien
to attend a six-month course at Barbados are Mr, and Mrs, ©#"ol singers. came and things a eens ot Ge ene ee Lene him? sain
the Colonial Income Tax Office, Charlie Nynam and their daugh- ‘00K a new and even livelier turn, ene eee ee ene Ve Se auatdayy Wepoom par y cuensuy HOTEL ee
London, er Penelope of Trinidad. They _, The “Caroleers” ng was waite CN BE MARINE Wiliit, N
Trinidad Salesman rrived yesterday by the §.S, pleasant to listen to.
ek AER o' atnie a Grasse for the Christmas and me a a lasted two hours and LISTENING H
from Trinidad ‘wis my iad is aoe ie ade ae ey each cher On ee Y _ wishing Located at “The Village,” Marine Gap, in the
holidaying in St. Lucia. arrived Seat r% and Mrs. A. w, © son's greetings. hotel district, this neighbourhood office is designed
. » a, arrived Scott. THURSDA . q . / sary, : ; +18 av, .
here on WN & t , . ¥, DECEMBER 25, 1952 p.m. Radio N to serve those who wish to avoid the busy down-
oak londay afternoon by Mr. Hynam is Agricultural Service . y 7 Novello, 8.45 y.1. World ‘Attabes oe _ | town district.
-A., intransit for Trinidad Office, tationed at & HE ANN Special wavelengths will be in opetas Sivight Ride, '® 30 ie tee ;
to spend the Christmas holidays and ‘ os _ San Fer- I Cc 1 UAL CHRISTMAS ene area between 14.00 ad 15°18 Ip p.m The News, 10 “yrom —e Currency Exchange; Funds Remitted or trans-
' and . arol Service at St, Am- ails will be given at thé Editorials, 10 15 ‘ | ferred.
brose Church will take place on microphone 10.30 p.m. From the ‘Third ‘Progen’ | Travellers’ Cheques Letters of Credit nego-
Sunday, December 28 at 7.00},,'9 &m. The Qpeen's Inheritance, es ees ee Cashed; tiated.
ae The Choir will be assisted di acu if Christmas Message by Het SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 100s | Ww Chequing Accounts Con- Savings Deposits accept-
bY a number of tocal artistes. 4.10--6.00 pm. 26.53M eS ae * a $ ig Market Quotatio: TEvstioa
The LS aa i pi—aiieeciaee | co nse rote ne | § arket Qu ns e,
Lian’, + Qtganist’ will be Mr.| + p.m. The News, 4.15 p.m. Christmas Service, 415 Dim Grade iia ee | & 2 BRANCHES IN BARBADOS,
Boldin u tens Snr. and the] tas Halt one ro es be pm. Semprini, 5 p.m. Ivor Novello. | < Bridgetown Branch:—H_ B, INCE, Manager.
» Mrs. John Kirton. Bend, 5-43 p.m. Sandy MacPherson ane. See aan ene 49.700 Hastings Branch.—H. L.. INNISS, Officer in Charge,
Returns To Gr 6.0—3.45 p.m. 9.8, 0.706, fe ee Ee ee |
renada —— aes : |
ETURNING ade 6 p.m. Welsh Miscellany, 6.25 pm. an’ Pony, ee eee §.16 p.m. |
R + to Grenada on| Christmas Cheer, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Round Up and Proas abe. Seer: |
Monday af te Up and Programme Parade, 7 m. The " = s Meee rede, 7 p.m. |
: 5 rnoon by ube . Pp a The News, 7.10 p.m. Home News from
Harford pas, Mt; BE. J. de B. [pin Wel see mean? Bells, 7.18 Britain 115 pom. Behind the News” |
farford, planter of Vendome, St.|7.—10.80 pm.” a1.aeMt, 49.ring Ae 10-80 P-m SLM, O10 |
reorge’s. i hel St eee . : neg ———— |
: 7.48 Sports Review.
Mr, Harford came over to Bar-{» 4 bed or yoraeoes a Service, 815 Radio ius. Ba om “pene in |
bades through the illness and Favourites. from the Forces, 3-40 pay {iusion, 848 p.m. Melody _ Mixture,
death of his oldest sister, the lat. |The Queen's Inheritance, 943 fine nm ahieoae Aaa recs ha ee |
Collymore Rock! Highgate, Upper | Sita ™a pin Mine’ nts, Naa", the 10-90 pm: The All Rena Show |
. O Magnum Mysterium, 19.45 p.m. Christe f

mas Story

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The Daily
Can & come in? 4.45
5 p.m. Trial and Error,

S1.32M, 40.70

yho has recently returned from | ~~ fews, 4.10 pam.
England where she spent one and & half years, left for St. Vincent/p.m. Racing,
on Monday afternoon by B.G. | 6-00—7.48 pm,
Airways for a holiday.

WHAT shall we
thinking about as they paused at

get for Christmas. That's what these five boys are

one of the toy counters in a city
will be answered.



store. This morning their question

6 p.m

j Merchant Navy Programme,
16.15 p.m

Tip Top Tunes, 6.45 p.m,

Gam an Sports Round Up and Programme
Parade, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m
fiterlude, 7.15 pam, West Indian Diary.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER

25, 1952



At The

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Singin’ In The Rain ew Car |B

GREETINGS EVERYONE,

and may your



Christmas young hoofer from



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





PAGE THREE



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burlesque to portrayed as normal, Wanted: a British-built car;)

be as cherry, colourful and tuneful as the musicals that are “®e Great White Way, and there youngsters, who have good man- Sturdy enough to take the punish~

showing at this holiday time.
between them, but looking at them from every
think SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN is first choice.

This cheerful film is showing at
the Globe opening Dec. 25 and not
only stars Gene Kelly but also has
him as one of its directors. With
him is Donald O’Connor who is a
first rate comedian and a nimble
dancer into the bargain, Debbie
Reynolds, who is as cute a trick
as you could wish and Jean Hagen
who leaves behind dramatic roles
to play the dumb movie star of the
silent films.

The plot concerns the making
and breaking of movie careers
when the talkies hit Hollywood
way back in the ‘20’s’ and the
ability of the movie. capital to
laugh at itself and make fun of its
growing pains has turned a routine
boy-gets-girl story into a superior
musical comedy, in this tale of
early sound pictures.

The film gets off to a rollicking
start with a Hollywvod opening
night in the good old silent days,
with the fatuous, gossip-column
announcer, the glamourous ‘stars
in the hilariously unbecoming cos-
tumes of the period, the seething
mobs of fans, and of course, the
fainting women. After a brief in-
terlude, in which we see the rise
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Meant For Me”, “Good lication, me a enough to adapt —

“All | Do Is Dream of There are several lively produc=’ Hently a!
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altitude changes;
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verve, tation, while more intimate tunes att hoe ~— Cowen Set —
Che cast is top-Notch and there sung by Miss Wyman and Bing ioug_relt want in the latest car off
wre Some excellent numbers by are warm and pleasing. saece

_the production line — the new
“Humber Super Snipe saloon.

And they have given ace racing
ériver, Stirling Moss, the job of
proving their theory.

Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor two make a grand team and Miss
together and individually. The Wyman shows that sbe is equally
script sparkles with wit and gaiety as good, if not better, than a lot of
ind the overall result is tuneful, the song and dance aftists and
joyous entertainment. also that she is an extraordinarily
Just For ‘You versatile person. Bing Crosby Moss, still in his eariy twenties
The other musical is JUST FOR dominates the seene with his usual ‘is to captain a team of test driv-
You at the Empire. I call it a casual competence and wry hum- ers who will take the new car
musical, but it is really a pleasant- our While Arthur Brown and through fifteen Europesn coun-
sentimental domestic comedy Natalie Wood are tops as his two tries in five days, — 3,352 miles
h music, and it is eminently children, One of the most engag-. from Oslo to Villar Formoso on
ted to the talents of its two ing bits a picture is contribue the Spanish-Portuguese border.
_ Bing Crosby and Jane Wy- ted by el Barrymore as the
man am Headmistress of % fashionable , TR starting date, was on DJ
The plot is a very busy one and girl’s school, and it is a joy to see Doe 2, especially chosen s0|
concerns a successful Broadway this veteran actress, riding a motor ; one ot Mag weeened cae
Le RR gy ig eck ‘ted scooter loaded with vegetables, worst possi le weather conditions
ter acquainted with his mother- down the village street! Her hum- on every type of road.
less son and daughter. Compli- our is delightful and her scene: To reach their céstination the
cations ensue when the eighteen- With Bing among the best. four-man team will have to aver-
year-old bey develops a very acute There's not much more I can say age 40 m.p-h, night and day, in-
case of puppy-love for his father’s except that there are some catchy clusive of frontier formalities and
leading lady who, unknown to him, tunes —- “Zing a Little Zong” and refuelling stops.
is engaged to marry the pro- “I'll Si-Si Ya in Bahia* — to
ducer. Some telling points are mention two that add their share
made in the film regarding family of gaiety to this very pleasant
relations, snobbery and the discip- Picture
line required for creative work
and for once, the two children are







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The car's capabilities at high al-
titudes will be tested when it
climbs the 7,503 St. Julier Pass in

"1 , a Switzerland, And it is only one of |
Big Jim MeClain x passes in a 7@-mile stretch,

And now for our serious film. LE
BIG JIM McCLAIN at the Plaza, oT
Bridgetown, is a timely melodrama —— -
that points up some tragic home
truths about the Communists and
their knack of escaping discovery
and punishment.

The background of the story is
Hawaii where an investigator for
the House Un-American Activities
Committee is sent with an assis- John Wayne plays Big Jim and
tant to ferret out the Commu- j¢ is a tailor-made role for him,
nists. The plot concerns the activ- while Nancy Olson is his sweet- |
ities of these two men and there heart, I find Miss Olson a most |
is a romance woven in the story. appealing young actress. She acts
The important feature. of the film well and there is a warmth al
is the way the Communists work, sincerity to her performance that





are apt to over-simplify a very
serious issue, and this is no ex-|
ception, but because of its melo-|
dramatic format, it may alert sec-
tions of the audience to Commu-
nist techniques.

BUBRE SOIC ime

and we see them throwing their j¢ most refreshing

expendables to the wolves so that

those members who are irreplace That's all for now—except to
yble can remain hidden. We also wish all of you a Merry, Merry =
ce. the guilty ones go free by Christmas %

nvoking the protection of the 6th

stitution while, at the same time, |
they make a mockery ot the whole |

Constitution. Most of the films 2
whose object is to expose the
workings of the Communist Party, |





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Kirst N ight After BROUGHT TO BRIDGETOWN Dr. Bombard’s. Christians Go To Bethlehem













































| r Dis-
, " : JERUSALEM, I : : : Sea
5 YF ‘ey ag \ Ta VCP I eat Amazes iatoaee” Se alee a , ner and other local
9-Day Sea Voyage hadiane She he
; “ Barbadians | 0s: oe : Pacetear :
r x © Te aa ie cial
Was Splendid waneznen, seamen, and many $e he a
n W , : 2o- f-uid wr. U
‘ Acro the order ie ee
a Ras hi ev d 1 fa é Sc oe . Gans in ‘Israel are swai ut tT A DREA Vu
z »ag 7 vhen he arrived here ‘luesday im selad iaaie waft 1 oT
-DR. BOMBARD n uorsdos'iataea —‘rhopee waener they will Be 's J
dinghy, after taking 65 day 10 The ; Chr : . fel magnate Dean
1 at Stroud Bay, s _ cane £ 2S peery vo servi ns up his idea of the
n }
I ki { days to cross t i ) ugh man ll be n r
idvocate yvesier- fisherman said. *[ ha bd >» nduc i I ild be located on a hill
1 splendid ing now for some yea! in thieh Alps in the background
) Bor ird Is staying on board ouce Had lo swim about four m be conduc i by i jediterranean in the
y > land er my DOat Wa unk in rougs Ljulheran World Federation and 1 fuere would be. a
> n during the trip. as, Ine doctor's feat would take the Jerusalem Young svat } sof rport within walking
A a much more intrepid heart than Christian Association two mil cooking would be
a s ‘ picture of the mine Va another oCcasion higa from Bethlehem Fi q i Philippino waiters
; r ( Y oat at I vinds carried me off my course j : : food. The rooms
hs : and I was out for nearly two days According to custom Protests yori 1 be bridal suites, with
anienr A radio i nearl lost _ his without food. “I canno in do not have any in ind sliding glass
had ¢ iI 44 ‘ on m three r four varvelling how doctor i nativity of the Church al 1 phon operators
Lond 1 ; e} That wa when he out to live 1 pl ton, they are allowed to pray in ; ical
1 calm for 27 days iin, and ra 1 for 65 days.’ Crinodox section of the Car !
T me day he threw a H 1id he suid never go to ,snrine. itt would ‘rve
b irgh (¢ ‘ y Bact € into the ea which , , ! “9 «withou prov eR TY fase. chi : ; oad “ Marti The staff
ins ieee ¢ tee: i on wwed. By doing this he was DR. BOMBORD'S rubber dinghy L'Heretique could not sail against the wind so it was brought from beats mets think that a mun he Patriarenias eanccgersr age tel , : ; that ‘ti
Ct I on the Listener le to assess his speed. “I saw Stroud Bay to Bridgetown on top of Mr. Ian Gale’s Austin Seven. ; . Hiterately diet himself |77tve: of Jerusalem this morn-
Che a : ' Bom- in the water for three On the way down it aroused niuch comment from people on the road and nearly frightened others off o kton, rain water and raw [128 The procession will ’ : seas
bard madé tl re when he > You cat understand my their bicycles. ish. “iis added, t you never} oe 7 = er Pea ¥ Bs ath b
: Ww? - ; : i shoyj.~vraver service and I 1 )
met the. o eee i 2 oy : om witarnt there, thay waved him bon He wanted to come to the Carib- sieur G, H. Morouikie n, an ther ¢ is | what these ientific chaps will "peaees a Bethlehem. complain about,”
{raka é on for vitamins. © » hoping that some day bean, either to Barbados or one Frenchman, were having breakfast. will be, up to The papers said
Afie I ¢ iis plankton he used a Housge ia. neet again ” of the islands of the Freneh West im the cabin. he made the voyage and lived. RH HS
€ s yr. Bom- bag which he placed over they would .m ar Indie The happy group chatted over He has proved that men can live & BNSNeS
> He . re of the Boat He then When he intimated that he Bis interest in the French breakfast, th doctor relating on this diet, but there must b
é Fifteen e wu I Kton from the bag | uid sail for the West Indies in west Indies was patriotic. As a some of his experiences during the y ty few mea who would make | 2
) ne \f I i From with a spoon his. dinghy,.the President gave an Frenchman, he wanted to see trip After breakfast, they had a 4 trip of that nature. =
WW kK c I : ; Happy ' order that No one should tow him one of the French Colonies. But drink, and perhaps the happiest He is a man to be admired” aS a ws
sengers ! wae ate mA It was a hap; augury that cut of the harbour His revly tO his friends were here, and now moment of all, was when» Mr. .iiq g hop assistant. “He made | ae ma _ &
poll t mee Dr. Bombard to Barba- the President was “you have for- that they are re-united, he is Staniland brought _ out oe ‘ the certain statements which seeme | 2m & Ta «
ff Beirut, He t —— for here he was reunited bidden me to sail any more, I extremely happy to be here. He cupboard a bottle of V ae . nad hard to believe, but he has prove = , wer
She i utiful v ; Bonnie Staniland apologise If I am lost at sea, ssid, “in any case, I prefer an French Liqueur which he had |, em to be true, He must ‘feel . te AG &
omma end f friends after please accept my further apolo- English country. bought 18 months ago in Guern- Gabe aatlelad Site. Ys mself today.” z @ wy Pa
€ Casablanea 65 gies.” : When the Stanilands received SCY, one of the Channel Islands ‘Alam Sy emihyn re he S os
; . Dr c he ss ete: y er Peas > Xmas Present eaman with 23 years at seo t aneon’s &
Oh : of his arrival And so Dr. Bombard weighed news of his arrival at Barbados mas . yut it this way. “It takes a man Es ~CasOtles
I bard. 1 I t * here anchor out of Casablanca, wear- on Tuesday, they were most Mr. Staniland presented it to z th « ae ota t * tee % ‘} | at ahs hep. € =
e which pe : tae The ey met for the first ing truby hat which was since happy They were with Dr, Dr. Bombard as a Christmas pre- | 3 Ma ae re oo , being ee GREE ING
ocate He | Wner rar aad when he jost at sea. He arrived at Las David Payne, and immediately, se As he received it. the doc- ‘TP. | ore uns Ay cn evo, es A
ae me ee ie e the protests of the Palmas on September 3, and they hurried to the Central tor’s eyes lit up, and he gasped 7 on te ay experience who wou
Dr. Bombard feels U his €X- Beesident of the Yacht Club again set sail on October 19th. Police Station in the doctor’s car, joyfully, ot - have tried it.
rie houl yod morale where they welcomed their _ Later Dr. Bombard and Miss



re-union was co-incidental

and



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‘ le Th - Neither the Stanilands nor Dr. a
: in two respects. The winds had | + " F , aa . ION “wh Ee
eu favoured Dr. Bombard by bring- gs any a : ay a bo COR RESI ON DEN I SS
’ try ing him to Barbados, and second- P/@DS are for the nex ew : aA: . .
i : i ly, the Nymph Errant, the Stani- With the long holid ay the Stanil- AKNES TED Eo Beat Wishes
land’s Yacht was on dry dock. fo io ll be oF — held up sh thes s
" = - art s, ¢ r I I Asin
‘ The Stanilands had planned to ee sn aoe faery ken me aa THe HAGUS, Nemerilands
of the ; e v ai leave Barbados and arrive at “y ss aa tir a Mg th os ind.’ : " tiles aa §
life bgats die beca 1 no Antigua in time for Christmas to Seah Vu eenwentey 20 aes Leet it iam
2 : g ho > lept durin Dutel rre mdent t u
havethe da ninatio to meet Mrs. Anne Davidson but } mel ee r y m4 ; } a : e ie 5 ae a ; Tas ; L in C oer Ar A ROS PLroud
li “If from ti to time thest this was not to be eo ib nn chal get : a eed (3; Pe Ae =
ven better xam- The } Dr. Bombard said he used a ten 10Vliein =«6Fisarev, 3i, Was :
people are i 1 be exan What was more _ paradoxical ; : : “Tat ‘ot &
or : f cover, and during the night he estea last night by the Dutci |] @&%
es there m ie Wl ve much was that during the past few slept. Sleep w imp hh] ie ; BpIGOn of. « on Ry
gher he id. days before Dr, Bombard’s ar- an . : ee = 79

> ing the day, and on tw
; 1e St 5 2 Sere ’
rival, the Stanilands were both occasions, when he slept

laid up with the “flu”, and Mrs. }.. gid not know wheth that security documents wer
Staniland got out of bed to meet 1 the ding in the 1 F tig oh pl
, Sat : ” : in the dingy or in the ater found in his apartment. The Sovie
the doctor when they received His wife and children are in jmbassy v nformed th
oka ob atiniehah § ar ‘ ! smbassy N i I ec ol ‘
_ Du ee France where he left them six grrest. Pisarey worked for Tass
uring uesday night, the months ago. He undertook the in, Fioliand

Stanilands and Dr. Bombard cele- trip through the “courageous He
brated their re-union on board I :

, " : spirit’ of his wife who never
the Nymph | Errant, drinking tried to stop him.

cording to tne Foreign Minisuy
(ne official statement addea

t
3

Never Sea Sick

Dr; Bombard was never once
easick during his tri;

As regards to diarrhoea Dr.
Bombard’said that he uffer-
ing from-diarrhoea when he met
the captatn of the Arakaka. The
captain gave hi fruit hich
ured -his ‘diarrhoea’, he said
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e five compartments into which rum. human being can live at sea on ai even with a number ot vod
pumped. In the mornings Yesterday morning when the pjankton and water, the doctor {Yr eens lon civil. servants - in oy
Dr. Bonba ind th¢ 1 little Advocate visited the Yacht which g}so realised for the first time PUteh Government offices whom &
deflated because of the cold dur~ AFTER 65 days a happy reunion on board the yacht “Nymph Errant”. is on Dock, the re-unionists, with that a man rescued at sea and @ Offered money and expensive em
ing the night. Left to right Win Gordon, Dr. Bombard, Mrs. Staniland, Master Ian Miss Winnie Gordon, the Austra- taken prisoner during a war is @nhers where champagne flowed. ow
Dre Bomlsard ate many barna- Staniland and John Staniland owner of the “Nymph Errant”. lian member of the Crew of the like a wounded man, He advocates They said he also contacted army ee:
cles~at sea. More barnacles he Dr, Bombard is telling his friends some of his experiences dtr- Nymph Errant, Monsieur Guy that he should be given the same Pfficers in an effort to get informa- Ua Rea A ak 2 atid eaieatiis OE POSE (NGS ee
said accumulated on his boat at ing his 65 days crossing of the Atlantic in a 15 ft. rubber dinghy. Massel, a Frenchman holidaying @ On page 10. tion about Dutch defence matters. | § wa VAY AXES iN# RAINS Ann XN



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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1952



BARBADOS



Man Must Face Grand
Sessions For House

Breaking And Larceny

HIS WORSHIP MR. E. A. McLEOD, Police Magistrate
of District ‘‘A”, yesterday committed to the next sitting of
the Court of Grand Sessions, 24-year-old Ivan King of
Kendal Hill, Christ Church, on a charge” of breaking into
the Civic Store, Swan Street and stealing articles to the
value of £44 11s. 1d. sometime between Nov. 3 and Nov. 4.
Sgt. Alleyne, attached to Central

Police Station prosecuted for the
Police in the preliminary hearing.

REMANDED WITH BAIL

Oswald Marshall (28) of Villa
Road, St, Michael was remanded
with bail in the sum of £25 until
Dec, 30 when he appeared before
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith,
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”, charged by the Police
with the larceny of a quantity of
building lime the property
Manning & Co., Ltd.

The prosecution alleged that the
offence was committed on Dec, 11,
The value of the lime was put at

Bread St. Was
One Way Street
Yesterday

Broad Street was ‘one way’
street yesterday for bicycles A
Policeman opposite Bruce Weath-
erheads Ltd. directed cyclists
across Middle Street.

It was the last shopping day
to Christmas and people again
packed the stores ef the city.

a

of



£14 7/6. They were making their last
INDECENT LANGUAGE minute purchases, Parents were
——+__~—_ in search of toys, and children



A fine of 20/- to be paid in seven
days or one month's imprisonment
with hard labour was imposed on
Chesterfield Taitt of Braggs Hill,
St. Joseph by His Worship Mr.
G. B. Griffith, Acting Police
Magistrate. of District ‘A”, for
using indecent language on Busby

were converting cash presents into
toys, sweets, etc.

Although a number of people
from the country came into town,
the country shops were also
crowded with Christmas shoppers
yesterday.

Alley, St. Michael yesterday Sellers of artificiai Jowers did a
morning. brisk trade yesterday. House-
Taitt pleaded guilty to the wives bought without much per- ‘

charge. The case was brought by
Island Constable Greénidge while

Sgt. Alleyne prosecuted for the
Police.

suasion and long before noon the
majority of the sellers were going
home with a smile of contentment
on their faces,

Advocate.





THEFTS REPORTED Last night Broad Street was
So eR ererenirene: filled with people admiring the
Oriol Excoda of the Hotel Royal, decorated show windows. Here
Christ Church reported to the and there groups of people were
Police yesterday that a cameru

wishing each other the compli-
ments of the season and a happy
atmosphere prevailed.

valued at $250 and a wrist watch
valued at $120 which he left on
Rockley Beach, Christ Church
about 3.30 p.m. on Dec. 23 were
stolen.

J. B. Marsh of Bannatyne,
Christ Church reported that a
quantity of articles valued at $16

Book Tells Story



She

ADVOCATE



WINNER RECEIVES TURK

Number competition,



Blind Girl From Germany
Speaks Five Languages

MARIANNE WILKE will be a month late for the
winter term at Heidelberg University.
Harwich after two months’ visit to Britain and leaves be-
hind her MPs, railway men, and factory workers full oi

sailed fron



were stolen from his residence . admiration and amazement.
sometime between Dec. 22 and Of Hong Kong . Brilliant would describe any School, the Bournville estate,
Dec. 23. r girl who had achieved what Birmingham, Worcester College
Harold Yearwood of Shufflers Hong Kong takes pride of place Marianne has at the age of 22. for Blind Boys, the Royal In-
Village, St. Joseph reported that in a new book series published by But for her it has been much stitute for the Blind at Edin-
a sheep valued at $10 was stolen H.M. Stationery Office on behalf more difficult. She was born burgh, a school for backware
from his yard on the night of Dee. of the Colonial Office. This first blind. children, an engineering works
23. the story of Hong Kong She knows five languages — and a newspaper office.
aee noc in no dry blue-book manner. It is German, English, Ytallan, French gue ig an only child, and her
Shortly after 8.30 a.m. yester- vies 7 we eee aoe Spanish home is at Stederdorf, a small
an accident oceurred on Particularly for his “Arabia and Ppanish. "| iworcity Village near Paine, between
Hinks Street, City, between a mo- Isles,” in which he described the . wr m 540 Pr es ee Hanover and Brunswick. Her
tor lorry and a horse-drawn cart ne Seen a are Bien ze teksto B Ay togen father is an iron mine manager.
Ley ‘lens s. 1€8, g o wha las recome i _ Seale snails Ta es set : )
Shetdh Vulene te Mitichesl. bs. known as “Ingrams' Peace”, A when she finishes her course UNO. arte Ot iaaht sevens
The cart was damaged. At the {ormer political adviser and act- next year she will sit for her probably as an interpreter.
time of the accident, the cart was ing-Governor of Aden, he jour- M.A. in English. Later she goes : LES,
being drawn up + Hinks Street Teree with a wae bareugh the to Italy for more study.
‘ ; = tae eon ‘ adhramaut alley an unex- el , one UR on Ew ce we oe
The opposite direction, VN ' plored’ territory ‘and, produced ¢ ,,.When she, was eight Marianne / ESN E RG NG NONG NG
ro : report on which ritish policy °** as An a ie ‘han
se ‘i subsequently was based, Colonial fiute ry is now an neler
Acting District pcrnlegmirator mes a onsibas organist.
o Mauritius and the oO oast,
» OM Ingrams now lives in Kent with The Third —
Welfare Officer his family, including an adopted Music is one of her hobbies. =
Miss Alma Parris, headmistress Gaughter, an Arab girl. The others include astronomy, ba
of the Indian Ground Girls’ School Second book in the — series, theology, literature, anthropol - =
has been appointed to act as Wel- Which is to be called The Carona ogy, and_ listening to the BBC's! 4
fare Officer for the Leeward Dis- Library, will be on Sierra Leone. Third Programme — her fav- SS
trict for six months, She assumes This is to be written by Roy ourite. ' s
duty on Monday. Lewis, who has become promi- This has been Marianne’s third |
Miss Parris will be acting in nent of late as co-author of such visit to Britain in four years. She Ee]
place of Mr

O. Weekes who is excellent volumes as “Profession-

has been staying at an interna-|3
leaving the Colony to undergo a al People” and “The English tional hostel in Hampstead, and .
training course. Middle Classes.” has visited Sherborne Girls

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ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORES



MR. COLIN BAYLEY (right) takes the turkey from Mr. Trover Gale, Advertising Manager of the
Mr. Bayley won the Advocate’s mas

Church Services

ST
CHRISTMAS

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5am. Holy Cow
8 am. Holy ¢
Choral Eucharist &
Matins & Sermor
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Heed Of Je wellery
Firnt Witts Turkey

| Advecate Christmas

From ‘one quality Street
7 yi



Number Competition was won this iy

Mr. Colir vley, head of [oO another A

irm of Louis L. Bayley, Jewel- j -_ sa aie

ters of Bolton Lane, Bridgetown. +e oe i

There were more entries than
ever this year and the total re-
ceived ran into the thousands.
This was no doubt due to the fact
that the clues were a litte
easier this year than in the
past and the competition went
to the first correct set of
nswers received Last year's
winner, commenting on how much
easier the competition was ” this
year, when he brought in his solue
tion, said he felt sure he was one,

hundred percent right. However
he did not repeat his success of
‘ast year as Mr. Bayley was we
abead of the pack from, an earl

date
There were 59 clues and the
winner answered every one cor-
recily. This is the second time
since the inauguration of the com- p B
pe'ition that a complete set of
correct answers has been received



Comniurity Choir
To Give Recital




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sf

On Sunday, December 28th, the ei
St. Michael Combined Choir wil esantet antade ahiean amate eutaih tmucasiatess Mitel Oe BEBE.
give a Recital of Christmas Music We AAAANANNAAT ES,
at Queen's Park House at 4 p.m WS %
The Choir will be led by Mr SS f 3]
Egbert S. McClean He will be — x Yi ’
assisted by some of the island's mn /
leading artistes including Dr
W. H. Wiggins on the Musical
Bottles, Mr, S, E. Headley and his
Phitharmonic Orchestra, Mr. Ben
Gibson and Mr. O. Bovee a flute
player of reputation Mi S ai ad ona
Osborne will be at the piano. In every colourful Xma











pendant, in the soft
glitter of Xmas tree
lights, in the very
atmosphere cheerful with
hearty banter, anywhere
everywhere



Recital Of Xmas
Music At St. Mary’s

Next Sunday afternoon, the
28th December, at 4.15, the aug-

nted Choir of St. Mary's
Chureh will render a programme
of Xmas Music.

ri.is programme promises to be
very interesting and the choir has
been very hard at work preparing

Our Wishes
for A Very Merry Christmas
and



“Bbervige such numbers as “And the Glory of ‘ A Happy and Prospe rous Des U ar =
. the Lord” and the “Hallelujah =
Chorus” both from the “Messiah =
by Handel. There is a very attrac- 1 a | | : & (
< vee lection of carols by well (1e0. Na i¢ \ 1 0.. :
known composers and the audienc: v
can be assured that the choir will &
W. St. five up to his reputation for ren- , (B'dos) Ld
mr. G. dering good music, ‘ i e
The visiting artistes tre “i &
Nell Hall who will sing Mozart's ia os Lo
Rev F- “Ajlelulia”, Mr. George Morris & i a ae
Scott singing “Every Valley shall be & ‘ o8 ' ttle ee
D FE. Exalted’, by Handel and Bandsman | tr eae
rev. G. G. Lovelle will play Hayden’s{;

May

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Very Happy Christmas



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Plans For A Great

| Sr ees |

BARBADOS ef ADVOCATE

», Bridgetown. tinted by the Advocate Co. 1.44., Broad

Thursday, December 25, 1952





CHRISTM.

CHRISTMAS, it is often said, is for the
children. While it may be often true that
children derive greater personal satisfac-
tion from the celebration of Christmas
than do adults, yet Christmas may betier
be described as being about a Child.
Christians regard Christmas not as a sur-
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 commut-
ities Cristes Mass, the mass of Christ, is
celebrated in honour of the Child Jesus.
Had this Child been any ordinary child
the commemoration of his birthday so
many hundred of years after His birth
would have been significant enough. Had
the Child born in a stable of the small
Jewish town of Bethlehem been just an-
other Jewish child and son of a simple
carpenter from Nazareth the fame and
honour which attaches to His name even
among non-Christians would have been
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 Flesh) upon
earth believe that this nature was assum-
ed by Jesus who from all eternity derived
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 gave them
power to become the sons of God”.

Throughout Christmastide which be-
gins with the vigil of Christmas and lasts
until January 18 the liturgy of the Church
is concerned with the declaration of the
triple birth of the Word’. “The Word”
which according to St. John “was made
flesh and dwelt among us “from all etern-
ity derives His Divine nature from the
Father; He assumed a human nature given
Him by the Virgin: and he unites our
souls to Him in the course of time. This
triple belief forms the core of what Christ-
ians believe not only at Christmastide but
for all time and eternity. For Christians
therefore Christmas can never be regard-
ed as 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-
ing great joy and the Church vibrates with
the happy exulting cries of “Gloria in ex-
celsis”. .

Even those who do not share the beliefs
of Christians cannot but be impressed by
the spirit of Christmas. Even those who
mock at Christians and deride their most
sacred beliefs unconsciously do homage to
Christ when they accuse Christians of not
following His example. The splendid
human nature of the Child Jesus, growing
up in that holy family life in Nazareth,
where charity, mutual help, respect and
obedience were practised as never before
or since by human families has been held
up as a mirror of what family life should
be to countless millions of men and
women,

How 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 torments and
suffering on Calvary; not pause in admi-
ration and respect tor one whose life was
so blameless? Yet the lesson of Christmas,
the lesson of the Lamb ‘of God, spotless
without blemish, The meaning of the
Crucifixion and the death on the Cross of
Calvary has not been learnt and in this
year of our Lord 1952 the Church of
Christ has to mingle with its rejoicing,
prayers and lamentations for those of its
suffering members who are being tortured
and persecuted because of unshakeable
loyalty to the Child Jesus whose birth into
the world in a stable of Bethlehem Christ-
jans commemorate to-day. Christianity
from the beginning was filled with suffer-
ing. Three days after Christmas day the
Church commemorates the death by
Herod’s orders of all the male children
that were in Bethlehem and in all tu
borders thereof, from two years old and
under. None of us need to be reminded of
the terrible sufferings and persecutions
out of which the Church grew from the
tiny “mustard seed” of the early faithful
into the great society of Christendom with-
out which the civilised world to which
so many pay lip-service would be lacking
in so much of the sweetness, light and
beauty which in spite of persecution per-
sists to our day. Christianity alone offers
to all human beings irrespective of origin
the only power worthy of pursuit by man
the power to become the sons of God. . In
that respect Christmas is truly the festi- |
val of the children because all Christians

are children of the Father, who is God, |

BARBADOS





beats
itish
r <
LONDON.
great new British
arved out of the heart
f Afri and covering 3 million
les —- bigger than the
ates—have been publish-







a
Six British territories in Capri-
orn Africa are involved—Kenya
M M Land), Tanganyika
nda, in. Bast Africa;
Rhodesia (the one self-
territory) Northern





Proposed F. ederal

Dominion of

and Nyasaland. C .
In the federation of all these apricorn
territories, the authors of the pla..



the Capricorn Africa Society,
headquartered in Southern Rho-
ee the big chance of solv-
ing two pressing problems. oe
is the multi-racial question, ih-
volving co-operation of blacks,
browns and Whites in political,
conomie and social advance. e
The second problem is how to
attract the billions of outside capi-
tal necessary to enable a poten- only because of their -inaccessi-
tially very wealthy area of the pjlity and a lack of money to

“Dark Continent” to take big de- develop essential communications
velopment strides. to the minefields

An eye is cast on American as
24,000,000 Peoplf

well as British investment. The
sponsors recognise British capital ri
will not be enough and that, the Che present population of the
American investor will only be ‘ix British-controlled territories
interested if there is an economic 18 about 24 million. It is contend-
devegopment unit of the size and ed that without robbing one Afri-
promise held out by the six coun- can of an acre of land, the whole
try federation. area could absorb at least five mil-
There is plenty of assurances lion white people in the next
from ditferent quarters that here ‘wenty years and more than 20
no fears need be entertained o* Million in a generation, Within
another East African groundnuts the next century, writes “Chart-
fiasco — the scheme under which ist”, author of “African’s Chal-
Labour lost over £30 million of lenge” published last fortnight,
the British taxpayer's money. the Capricorn area could support

Fe a black and white population of
What are the claims? A British 180 million. a, ,

trade unionist and Socialist who “Chartist” wants Britain to take
backs the capricorn scheme says: the lead along with a suggested
“Except for a lack of petroleum federated African authority in the
and soft timber, the six territories’ investment and the encouragement
are as rich as the United States of investment in the territories up
or Australia in their natural re- to 100 million a year—even if it
sources. They have immense coal Means for the British taxpayer a
and copper deposits, considerable further sacrifice of “present pleas-
supplies of iron ore, lime, chrome,
asbestos, bauxite, mica, lead and vce ors
other minerals which the world i ‘lad ir on icone
needs. The agricultural potential- “Chartist” sums this up by eatalls
ties are good, if the land is jing that Africa played a great part
properly farmed, The river, tum- jn Hitler’s designs for world con-
bling down from a central plateau quest and domination. Hitler had
3.000 feet above sea level, have a series of policies running up to
potential electrical energy at least a 50-year plan for exploiting the
double that existing in the U.S.A. whole continent under one central-
and Canada.” ised control. “Consideration of
Africa’s prosperity, many are Face, tradition and sentiment had
convinced, will come from the Mo blace in his schemes. It must
development of the mineral ard also be borne in mind that, in the
economic potentialities of the en ae tamecvat toon Hee
Rhodesias and Southern Tanga- ase Ps —
; 2 ra technique, the significance of
nyika, In the latter, there are Africa han not been lost sight of
huge proven coal resources re- jn the plans of the Kremlin.”
maining untapped at the moment There is the further point to be

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The importance of this scheme







ENT
By JOHN GORDON

ISN'T it remarkable how by
applying what seems a simple
solution to a problem, you can
create a new one infinitely ;
more difficult to solve? > B.B.C's General Advisory Coun-
Mr. Ernest Bevin resolved to’ Cil, says: “I believe the day is
make dock work a steady job mot far distant when sound
instead of a casual one. It was radio will be as dead as the
a wise, humane, Christian . Silent film.”
decision. For the casual system I agree with them, They are the
imposed severe hardship on first top radio experts I have
dockers’ families, known to say it,

He devised what seemed a simple Yet the Sunday Express said it
sohition, All dockers would 20 years ago, when a television
register. Those who did a full SefVice was still a dream, and
week’s work would draw the Baird, that odd, lovable, in~
appropriate pay. Those who ®ticulate, dreaming genius who
couldn't because of the irregular 8@V2 us television was being
flow of work were guaranteed , hooted as a crank,
£4 8s I remember with amusement

The moiey was raised by a levy What. happened Reign” Wie SUNS
on the employers. day Express made the prophesy.

" The radio trade set up.a howl
of anguish.

At first the scherhe worked well, IT SHRIEKED that I was killing

tually knock out all

radio,”

sound

Rogers, M.P., a member of the





But serious difficulties have the sales of radio sts; it de-
arisen. manded that I should be gagged
THERE ARE 60,000 dockers on as a fool or sacked as a menace.

the register. One-fifth of them A new era of greater prosperity

are now idle every day. than it had yet. known’ was
Finding the money to pay them opening for the radio trade.

the guaranteed wage has become Yet these short-sightcd experts

too heavy a burden on the couldn't see it.

industry. Sixteen thousand are

being asked to find other work. How
The problem is really far more life,

that pattern runs through
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considered that territories adjoin-
ing the Capricorn area. Portu-
guese and Belgian Congo colonies
might well be attracted to nego-
Uate a customs union or other
commercial agreements with a
strong federation.

Che nrm belief in the economic
potentialities of tne area are em-
phasised in an article just pub-
lished by the prominent European
leader in Northern Rhodesia, the
Hen. Roy Welensky, in “Optima*
—a quarterly review published by
the Anglo-American Corporation
of South Africa. He answers the
question: Where is the money ta
come from for development of the
Capricorn area’

“From investors,” he says,
“anxious for a return on their
capital; or from countries anxious
to promote the healthy develop-
ment of the under-developed re- |
gions of the world in the inter-
ests of prosperity.”

He has America in mind. In the}
very next sentence, he queries:
“Tf a man, foretelling in 1850 the}

henomenal development of the

nited States by 1900 or 1950, had
been asked—‘where is the money |

to come from’'—what could he|Crime Commission which closed a stormy | 4

have answered?” |

Welensky continues: ‘There is
nothing sounder in the world today
than the economic, industrial,
agricultural, demographic and cul-
tural development of
Africa, with the institution of the
Federal State of British Central
Africa as its cornerstone.”

In Welensky’s view the Capri-
corn federation would mean a
strong link between the North At-
lantic Pact and what he described
as a “sorely needed” Indian Ocean
Pact,

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HONEST JOE ISON
THE RUN |

(By HENRY LOWRIE) |

WASHINGTON,
BOOKMAKERS over here are often so

| Closely linked wiin the underworld that even

small operators are pictured always as
villains,

This is a characterisation difficult for
Britons to appreciate.

The periodic revelations of graft and sen-
sational crime investigations go almost for
naught.

Bookies still take bets. All that happens is
that life is made more complicated for them.

They have to resort to new tricks to get
their money and, meantime, because of a
New York flush of ‘virtue,” they cannot
work so flagrantly as they did when big-
shot Harry: Gross
policemen 1,000,000 dollars (about £357,000)



a year to protect his 20,000,000-dollar (about

£7,140,000) yearly turnover.

BOOKIES are scared to answer a tele-
phone in case it is tapped. They change their
names as they move weekly from one hotel
room to another. They tour the city by car
picking up bets instead of using a central

But even as a Brooklyn Grand Jury inves-
tigates gambling, the “cop on the beat” is
to-day still taking graft, One bookie reported

17s. 2d.) a week to be allowed to run a “horse
parlour” with a telephone,

SOME of the bookmakers’ sordid back:
ground was filled in for the New York State

session at the week-end.

Finger Brown) Luchese whom the Govern

Central! ment wants to deport to his native Italy. Bu‘

Luchese cannot be found.

said to be boss of the drugs racket and tc
have terrific political influence.

* oa *

HOLLYWOOD is still, after ten years
searching for someone to play the lead in



doctor groaning
prove to be one of humanity’s
deadliest menaces b-cause it
brings people together in a con-
fined space with windows shut
and curtains drawn,

DOESN'T he think people ever
gathered together for indoor
entertainment before television
was invented?

The only sound prophecy I ever
heard concerning any invention

that it may

“The Robe”, a story by Lloyd Douglas about
Christ’s garment for which soldiers gambled
after the Crucifixion.

IT can’t happen too soon for the harrassed
or some such nonsense, and a|housewife—electrical engineers are saying
the house of tomorrow will be dustless. It

will all be done with what they call elec-
trostatic air cleaners which will continually
remove even the finest dust.
the cost.

* * *
ANOTHER peep into the wonderful future

was spoken by my grandmother |—Professor Ambrose Richardson, of Illinois

when, as I stood beside her in a] piv,

remote Scottish village, we saw

our first motor-car exploding jts}0N a massive umbrella, made of thousands

way along the road.

She said; Somebody will be
killed in one of those things one
day.”

of transparent helium-filled plastic pillows
joined together.

Spread as a dome over a city it would, he
says, keep out the rain and all undesirable

The shape of Europe is about to]rays, but let in the sun’s light and heat, sc

change. Look at the
France has
election,
for Germans to swallow.

Herr Adenauer has had to delay
Submitting the peace treaty he

signs.

won the Saar

made with the Western alliance|baseball and football parks.

to the judgment of his Parlia-
ment at Bonn, Clearly he is

that everyone would enjoy outdoor living

That is a bitter pill] with a year-round sub-tropic climate.

The good-weather professor will start firs’
by protecting an acre of land then extend tc
Who knows‘
some day maybe even to Manchester or

not certain he can earry the day | Dover.




















was reputedly paying}

yesterday that he is paying 400 dollars (£142);

The top man is now Thomas (Three | §

Besides ruling the gambling world, he is

But no hint of

ersity, hopes to start work in the spring

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serious than these facts disclose.

For exverts estimate that there
are 30,000 dockers too many on
the register — not 16,000. Tn
order to keep them employed,
modern efficiency equipment,
used in other countries is not
permitted to be used here.

And restriction after restriction is
imposed to spin out the work.

THE RESU is that ships now
avoid British ports when they
ean because the turn round is
ton slow and too costly,



Dockers, like many others among '

us have been living a beautiful

along to the awesome warning
that man had better consider
carefully where progress of this
kind would take him, because
if a train ever reached a speed
of 30 miles an hour the pressure
of the air would be such that
the human body would dis~
integrate.

Equally, expext authority assured
us at one tims or another that
man couldn't survive being
earried up in an aeroplane, or
taken into the ocean depths in
a submarine.

IN THE DAYS when very few
people had seen an aeroplane, a

and, like Attlee in his joust with
Bevan, wishes to adjust the ;

voting system to ensure him LOVELY Scots heather, it way 8 A the
victory before the votes are cast.]|Sunday advertisements. Ideal for table

A PEACE TREATY _ pushed :
through in that fashion is hardiy $4ecorations. Only a dollar (7s. 2d.) a sprig

worth imperil British lives} And then this footnote: “from California.”
in support of it. i

Stalin fe. wuntWA “Wp the trode Is Scotland losing out on a good dollar oppor:
flow between West and East| tunity?
Germany. :
NATO is showing serious signs reryv i
of stress, The. personaing. ONLY two out of every hundred Ameri-

of Eisenhower mad: it* work |savs 1 rh
after a fashion, Without Eisen. says the New York Times after a country
hower it won't work,

wide survey, there are indications that nex!

‘ year 2 wi i t

Meniwiitte Wermeny has re ye thera will be even higher emrloyment,
covered with such astonishing|higher productica, and higher income,

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res "e the past few od
ee Ore tre now moving visionary offered £10,000 to
swiftly to the day of rude oe _ man who flew the
awakeni , » facts of nannel, ; }
iieeanes face. ee What did the ordinary man think
The theory that you can create Of that? A leading shopkeeper

in my native town of Dundee
put a notice in his window
ironically offing a prize of
-£1,000,000 to the first man who
flew the River Tay—21% miles
wide!

“full employment’ by insisting
that two men shall do the work
of one is lunacy.

Whenever something new comes
to change our lives you can be
Sure that up will jump experts When radio came with its cat's
to call it nonsense, and dismal whiskers and headphones we
bb send hg 7 this is the erack were warned of the dire conse-
0 uman doo! i :

v 1 RF ; quences of passing so much
aS B. E. Nicholls, retiring after electricity through our heads.
29 years of top executive service With the coming of television, we
with the BBC, makes this have archbishops denouncing it
prophecy; “Television will even- as the great destroyer of youth





Gur Readers Say:

Police Horse



we ee they are complaining
by if about are helping to bring dollar’
ae ae The Advocate to this Island that more than pay
- —In these unbalanced days for their upkeep and at the same
when our local “Members of Par- time furnish revenue in indirert
liament” speak so much about so ways to help pay the salaries that
little, it is not surprising that they members of the House of Assem-
frequently lose sight of important bly get (I nearly said work for)
facts ae waste their eloquence I have heard many American visi
on matters they have y= ; fad
uate cA ae h eee ne know tors remark that the musical rides
ledae of and Ha uneven Some and displays put on by the Poiice
re uld ba more Abas teas that — Sty Cn. See mngdir eleniiens te
cent criticisms by certain mem- progeny arn Range tg cde ool
a of the Houserabout the cort ong senseless statements made’ in
and general upkeep of the police the House. “Cert remarks i-
pomeene and the childish complaint in, hat Cae Cente . ee
hat some of them ‘were being Se ; . erg Deo
used by certain officials for Poto. inte eae es ie or na
These members unfortunately do &¢ PY C.A; so please: Mr. Mem-

not realise the very great value to bers, think of your Island and tne ) soil that they are uninten-
the Tourist Trade that is given two hundred thousand people m tional! } dollars from

by every drill cr musical ride put it who have to be fed before you Yo ruthfully, Sir,

on by the Police, and that the 5@y things that drive away the . H, JOHNSON





rapidity thatgshe is once more
the most powerful nation in
Europe,

The future may well be sh
by her—not us. For it depends
largely upon whether she de-
cides to lean to the East or tc
the West, or remain a neutral
buffer. State between the two
snarling worlds.

AND AS POWER comes back tc
her, all the old arrogance rises
again

The spots on a
change.

leopard

never



necessary dollars,
the horses playing. Polo,
only say that those who object
to this know nothing about horses.
There. is no better training

With regard to

the world for police mounts’ than | hun

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Polo, In
Officers and Government Officials
who have had Pélo training, play
Polo on the Police Horses—not
much as a social entertainment,
but .because itis good for the
animals. TI am sure that it would
do the objecting Members in the
House a lot of good if they would
visit the Polo Club one’ afterr-sn
and take part in some of the games
when they would learn a lot more

»0ut horses and the good Barba-

British Guiana the



Strangely, however, there is a fear that

1953 will bring a recession. After sifting al!

aped|the evidence, the Times says the only ‘basis

tor that fear is a belief that things are just
too good to continue.

prestige, and political experience |CaMs are jobless to-day (total 1,300,000), and |

IN St. Louis, Missouri, Jacob Katz, 45,
wealthy manufacturer of ice cream and a
“model husband” is shot dead as a, bandit.
Psychiatrists called in to explain his unsus-
pected double life explain he suffered from
a superman complex, a tendency to return
‘o daring exploits of adolescence.

* * *

DWIGHT EISENHOWER has discovered

I can|that as President-eiect he is not all-powerful

He wanted a simple ceremony for his inaugu-

gry for the maximum have

limelight,

‘overrulc him,

They hav+n'* seen a member of thelr party
inaugurated since 1929, so will be a
three-day celebration, including a concert, a
gala, a giant parade, and climaxing in a ball
for about 8,000.

Half a million visitors
Washington.

there

are expected in
There will be seats along the
parade route for only 60,000 at prices rang
ing from 2 dollars 50 cents (18s.)
lars 50 cents (£4

to 12 dol-

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

MR. PICK WICK’S CHRISTMAS DRINK |

3 way r ” rer - >
“Well, Sam,” said Mr. Pick- morning. By CHARLES DICKENS through his spectacles. And / 9
wick, as that favoured servitor “Splendid morning, gentlemen,” vhen he was knocked down
entered his bedchamber, with his srid Mr. Pickwick. . oe * if ir Se OF ur ;

i i (whieh happened uporf the aver-
warm water, on the morning of Mr. Bob Sawyer slightly nod- soe Weece teind vemet), i wes
Christmas Day, “still frosty?” ded his assent to one proposition, ee srcakestine’ Guan ‘ied oan

“Water in the washhand basin’s and asked Mr. Benjamin Allen for

possibly be imagined, to behold
a mask o’ ice, sir,’ responded the mustard. him gather up his hat, gloves,







Sam. “Have you come far this morn- and handkerchief, with a glow-
“Severe weather, Sam,” ob- ing, gentlemen?” inquired Mr. ing countenance, and resume his
served Mr. Pickwick. Pickwick. tation in the rank, with an ar-

“Fine time for them as is well “Blue Lion at Muggleton,”
wropped up, as the Polar bear briefly responded Mr. Allen.
said to himself, wen he was “You should have joined us
practising his skating,” replied last night,” said Mr. Pickwick.
Mr. Weller. 4 “So we should,” replied Mr.

“I shall be down in a quarter Bob Sawyer, “but the brandy was
of an hour, Sam,” said Mr. Pick- too good to leave in a hurry
wick, untying his nightcap. wasn’t it, Ben?”

“Wery good, sir,” replied Sam. “Certainly,” said Mr. Ben-
“There’s a couple of sawbones jamin Allen; “and the cigars
downstairs.” were not bad, or the pork-chops

“A couple of what”, exclaimed either; were they, Bob?”

Mr. Pickwick, sitting up in bed. ‘“Decideddly not,” said Bob. The

“A couple of sawbones,” said particular friends resumed their
Sam. attack upon the breakfast, more

“What’s a sawbones?” inquired freely than before, as if the re-
Mr. Pickwick, not certain wheth- Collection of last night’s supper
ex it was a live animal, or some- had imparted a new relish to the
thing to eat. meal, 3 .

“What! don’t you know what. “Peg away, Bob,” said Mr.
a sawbones is, sir?” inquired Mr, Allen, — “ his companion, en-
Weller. “I thou . couragingly.
know’d as a Sua meierarae “So I do,” replied Bob Sawyer.

iour and enthusiasm that noth-
ing could abate.

The sport was at its height,
he sliding was at the quickest,
the laughter was at the loudest,
when a sharp smart crack was

vard. There was a quick rush
towards the bank, a wild scream
‘rem the Indies, and a shout from
vir. Tupman. A large mass of ice
lisappeared; the water bubbled
up over it; Mr. Pickwick’s hat,
ticves, and’ handkerchief were
loating on the-surface; and this
was all of Mr, Pickwick that
nybody could see.

Dismay and anguish were de-

‘ed on every countenance; the
nel turned pale, and the fe-
nales fainted; Mr. Snodgrass and
Mr. Winkle grasped each other
by the hand, and gazed at the
where their leader had gone









surgeon,” And so, to do him justice, he did. \ with frenzied eagerness;
“Oh, a surgeon, eh?” said Mr. “Nothing like dissecting to give 2 vhi le Mr. Tupman by way of ren-

Pickwick, with a smile. one an appetite,” said Mr. Bob ‘i iering the promptest assistance,
“Just that, sir,” replied Sam. Sawyer, looking round the table. . “MR. PICKWICK ON THE ICE” ind at the same time convey-

These here ones as is below, . “M?. Pickwick slightly shud- Bs . \ ing to any persons who might be

though, ain’t reg’lar thorough- dered, i ‘ Winkle, n I-I+am’ rather out o plied Mr, Weller, and_ brilliant manner. Sam Wel- within hearing, the clearest pos-

2 bred sawbones; they're only in , “Bye the bye, Bob,” said Mr. practice, ; ; “Just hold me at first, Samj ler, in particular, was displaying -jb!le notion of the catastrophe
trainin’.” Allen, “have you finished that leg ‘Oh, do skate, Mr. Winkle,” will you?” said Mr. Winkle. that beautiful feat of fancy slid- ran off across the country at his
“In other words they’re medi- yet?” , . said Arabella. “I like to see it so “There — that’s right. £ shall ing which is currently denomi- |; most i caatininn: “mire!”

cal students, I suppose?” said “Nearly,” replied Sawyer, help- much, . i ,, Soon get in the way of it, Sam. nated, “knocking at the cobbler’s with all his might.

Mr. Pickwick, ing himself to half fowl as he “Oh, it is so graceful,” said Not too fast, Sam; not too fast.” door’ and which is. achieved by It was at this moment, when
Sam Weller nodded assent. spoke, “It’s a very muscular one another young lady. asi Mr. Winkie, stooping forward. skimming over the ice on the old Wardle and Sam Weller
“I am glad of it,” said Mr, for_a child's.” A third young lady said it was with his body half doubled up, foot, and occasionally giving a were approaching the hole with

Pickwick, . casting his nighteap “Is it?” enquired Mr. Allen elegant, and a fourth expressed was being assisted over the ice postman’s knock upon it with cautious steps and Mr. Benjamin

energetically on the counterpane, C@telessly. ., Her opinion that it was “swan- by Mr. Weller, in a very singu- the other. It was a good long Allen was holding a hurried

“They are fine fellows—very fine “Very,” said Bob Sawyer, with like. f : lar and unswan-like manner, slide and there was something consultation with Mr. Bob Saw-

fellows; with judgements ma. his mouth full. mk should be very happy, I'm when Mr. Pickwick most inno- in the motion which Mr. Pick- yer on the advisability of bleed-

tured by observation and reflec. _“! ve put my name down for an sure,” said Mr. Winkle, redden- cently shouted from the oppo- wick, who was very cold with ing the company generally, as
tion; and tastes refined by read- 2*™ at our place,” said Mr, ing; “but I have no skates. site bank— and ng still, could not help an improving littte bit of pro-

ing and study. I am very glad Allen. “We're clubbing for a This objection was at once envying. fessional practice—it was at this



of it.” pire and ee ay ~ aeerty er oo ae : couple ‘ locks a nice warm exercise, moment that a fae head and
? 5 tee he oe ull, only we can’t get hold of any of pair, and the fat boy an- “Here. I want you.” that, doesn’t it?” he inquired of oulders emerge 4 ae
“They're a-smokin eers by fellow ‘that wants a head. I nounced that there were half a “Let go, sir,” said Sam. “Don’t Wardie, when that eeatinesas ee ae ages ee
the kitchen fire, said Sam. 4 wish youd take it.” dozen more downstairs; whereat you hear the governor a-callin’? Wardle, when that gentleman was features and. spectacles af Mr
Ah,” observed Mr. \Pickwick, “No,” replied Bob Sawye:’ Mr. Winkle expressed exquisite Let go, sir.” thoroughly out of breath, by reason Pickwick enn ee fon
rubbing his hands, “overflowing “can't afford expensive luxuries.’ delight and looked exquisitely un- With’ a violent effort, Mr. of tho indefatigable manner in | “Keep yourself for i
with kindly feelings and animal “Nonsense!” said Allen, comfortable, Weller disengaged himself from which he had converted his legs «tant Bac pale P we, ne a
spirits. Just what I like to see. “Can't indeed,’ rejoined Bob Old Wardle fet the way to a the grasp of the agonised Pick- into a pair fof compasses, and jawled Mr. Snod nets, 7
And one of ‘em,” said Sam, Sawyer, “I wouldn't mind a pretty large sheet of ice; and the wickian, and, in so doing, admin--drawn complicated problems on “yes do: le pene be
not noticing his master’s inter- brain, but I can’t stand a whole fat boy and Mr. Weller, having istered a considerable yo) een go amore YO

impetus to the ice ey i for my sake!” roared M fin-
swept away the the unhappy Mr. Winkle. With “Ah, it does, indeed replied jie de *ply affected The ‘adiure

snow which had fallen on it dur- am accuracy which no degree of Wardle. “Do you slide?”

ruption, “one of ’em’s got his legs head.” shovelled and
on the table, and is a-drinkin’ “}ish, hush, gentlemen, pray,”





brandy neat, vile the t'other one said Mr, Pickwick, “I hear the ing the night, Mr. Bob Sawyer dexterity or practice could have “I used to do so, on the gut a te ae eee sehr i “:
—him in the barnacles—has got ladies.” ; adjusted his skates with a dex- insured, that unfortunate gentle- ters, when I was a boy,” replied pickwi Fe had deci en Zee
i a barrel o oysters astween his “As Mr. Pickwick spoke, the terity which to Mr. Winkle was man bore swiftly down into the Mr Pickwick. him elf u ‘j ise we 1 we ae
knees, which he’s a-openin like ladies, gallantly escorted by perfectly marvellous and de- centre of the reel, at the very “Try it now,” said Wardle. ike, it ei i ‘aoe roa y , alee .
steam, and as fast as he eats ‘em, Messrs. Snodgrass, Winkle and scribe circles with his left leg, moment when Mr. Bob Sawyer “Oh, do please, Mr. Pickwick!” him ‘that he es i ate : oe ie
he takes a aim vith the shells at Tupman, returned from an early and cut figures of eight and in- was performing a flourish of un- Cried all the ladies. for his own, on
young dropsy, who’s a sittin’ down walk, cribed upon the ice, without paralleled beauty. Mr, Winkle “I should be very happy to Do you feel the bott .
fast asleep, in the chimbley a Ma c ; once stopping for breath, a great struck wildly against him, and 2 you any amusement” re- oiq fellow?” cal 0 etieen there,
corner. ates ; P Why, Ben!” said Arabella, iN ynany other pleasant and aston- with a loud crash they both fell plied Mr. Pickwick, “but I “Yes, cert ir iy no! eet ;
“Eccentricities of genius, Sam,” a tone which expressed more ishing devices, to the excessive heavily down. Mr. Pickwiek ra ven’t done such a thing these. pickwirt tainty,” replied Mr,
said Mr. Pickwick. “You may re- surprise than pleasure at the sight caticfaction of Mr. Pickwick. Mr 2 an ‘ ick, wringing the water

to the spot. Bob Sawyer had thirty years.” from hi head

/ Ba or
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tire.” of her brother. Tupman and the ledies; which risen to his f but Mr Pooh!. Pooh! Nonsense!” said. on : po and face, and

Sam did retire accordingly. Mr. “Come to take you home to- reached a pitch of positive en- was far too wise to do crane Wardle, dragging off his skates ,) ae oe rae, “I fell upon
Pickwick at the expiration of the morrow,” replied Benjamin. Mr. thusiasm, when old Wardle and of the kind, in. skates. He was h the impetuosity which char- my feet at first.” pe: NT NR
quarter of an hour, went down to Winkle turned pale. Benjamin Allen assisted by the seated on the ice making spas- acterised all his proceeding The clay upon t ,
breakfast. Don’t you see Bob Sawyer, aforesaid Bob Sawyer, performed modic efforts to smile; but an- “Here; Pll keep you company; pickwick’s “ey oY eee of Mr.

i i Arabella?” inquired Mr. Benjamin ; an ickwick’s coat

“Here he is at last!” said old some mystic evolutions which guish was d ne Ay y we \ ay de die aot
‘ ima A ie s 5 ‘ ae : 1ys 1 § st s depicted on ver e alg And aw: went ble bore tes OT da
io ea ueothen ha = = qespeita po taeda bd Reon ue they called a reel, lineament of his éourtedance yy e good-tempered old fellow acy of this ast a a a

iss en's brother, r. Ben- abella retublly he. is time r. Winkle, w “Ave y Pr. lc e slide, w a rapidity fears he ; * still Si { d:
aoiitic Gitta‘ eon the dale tee, hand) in acknowledgement of Bob be tee oe ee Oran rae rs ei enquired Mr. ‘ ra pa ae re a ae eee of et ae wore lo all our riends
and so may you, if you like. This Sawyer’s presence, thrill of cold, had bee iii aceeatanc, 1S oh : rallan +. 5 tat boy “all ciadaolas ee. ae Owe
gentleman in his very particular hatred struck to Mr, Winkle’s lato. by been forcing a gimlet ot much”, said Mr, Winkle, Weller, and beat the fat boy all suddenly

; recollecting that the
/ eed ee bas soles of his feet and rubbing his back hard. to nothing water was nowhere co
friend. Mr. ... heart, as Bob Sawyer inflicted on putting his skates on, with the “I wish you'd let me — bleod Mr. Picawick paused, consid- 4 a . * jn moe Srenape pose and ustomers

“Mr. Bob Sawyer,” interposed the proffered hand a perceptible points behind and getting the you”, said Mr. Benjamin Allen ¢red, pulled off his gloves and our were performed to get him

Mr. Benjamin Allen; whereupon squeeze. ; straps into a very nplice sith _ grez gernes ) > 3 he took P t :
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jamin Allen laughed in concert, blushing; “‘have-have-you been gictance of Mr. Snodgrass, who Winkle hurriedly, “as often, and at last took am- sirugeling, Mr. Pi ome) a J





















i 4 , introduced to Mr. Winkle?” a> -teathae Sead ‘ 1 f . ling, Pickwick was
edness coach Pere taeda ME hataloe bear Git T-cuatl be oni aie ten os ~ —— ; ae think you had better,” other run eee arene a n —~ length fairly extricated from a 13 B
» a 4 awy " Sa : : i: . te é doo. ¢ ength, how- said Allen, vraveiv down 1e slide, with MIS inplease ait it is . : , ) ree i)
to Mr. Pickwick. Bob and his are happy i be, penne an ever, with the assistance of Mr. feet about a yard and a quarter . _ “ nee ae oe ome ere . 4
f very particular friend then ap- ag he oe Shalyto Mr Weller, the unfortunate skates “What do you think, Mr. Pick- apart, amidst the gratified shouts “Oh he'll cateh his ‘death ‘ of ae = ~
4 plied themselves most assiduous~ wikis eS Mr. Winkle and Were firmly screwed and buckled Wick?” inquired Bob Sawyer. of all the spectators. cold,” said Emily 5 : NYNEN ¥ a
nA Rie, Phe bee eee them; Mr, Bob Suursén glanced wantin on, and Mr. Winkle was raised Siesta ee wate excited and Keep the pot a-bilin’, sir,” ‘Dear old thing!” said Ara- haan eee ®
: id - . vick hac aA oppor Rivtinick cout of 4h RORRMER Ot to his feet. 7 atte _/ indignant. e bec koned to Mr. said im; and down went War- bella. “Let” me wrap this shawl ne
unity of glancing at them both. sat ane Now, then, sir,” said Sam, in Weller, and said in a stern voice, die again, and then Mr. Pickwick, pound you, Mr. Pickwick ” go"
ze Menyerain Allen “was * "The ecrivel of the two naw Ot. siecumaming tone: tam win "eke his skates offi! and then Sam, and then Mr Ah, that’s the best thing y : ier
coarse, _ Stout, thick-set young seal, 2 a 1 ed tig *heck you, and show ‘em how to do it.” No; but really I had scarcely Winkle, and then Bob Sawyer, can do,” said Wardle; “ar " Ton B Pe a &
eS SR ore oe peaper upon ii. Winkie aha. c pense “Stop, Sam, __ stop i said Mr. a .» remonstrated Mr. Win- and then fat boy, and then Mr. you've got it on, Dia Keane ak od Wy 7 > Hy Je
; 0 o iW ite ee Ce ee indyfwithe the fodimpund her baots Winkle, trembling violently, and read oe ‘ Snodgrass, following closely upon fast as your legs’ can carry you i W / Her
Eee Bee) SERS! ODOR RE ee would in all probability have clutching hold of Sam’s arm air asa skates off,” repeat- each other's heels, and running and jump into. bed directly.” | age el
spectacles and wore a white Pxgei tae Gary Cepineoent estas with the grasp of a_ drowning ed Mr. Pickwick firmly. after each other with as much A dozen shawls were offered on & oo
neckerchief. Below his single- fea ta aie hilarity Pr wie man. “How slippery it is, Sam!” The command was not to- be eagerness as if ‘their future pros- the ins tant. Three or four of the ef Be
breasted black surtout,, which up! ‘gph ege - ene “Not an uncommon thing on tesisted. Mr. Winkle allowed Sam pects in life depended on their thickest having been selected, M b> x
was buttoned up to his chin, ap= rey) ae eee ee the cood ice: sir,” replied Mr, Weller. to obey it in silence. wxpedition. Pickwick was wranoed un, ang Ped
peared the usual number of “'. Pilekwick, and he _ £000 “Hold up, sir.” “Lift him up,” said Mr. Pick- [t was the most intensely in- started off, prides the eileen ae z

petter-and-salt coloured legs, humour of the host, been exerted this jast observation of Mr, Wick. Sam resisted him to rise. teresting thing to observe the Mr. Well

terminating in a pair of imper- Se ee ae so Weller’s bore reference to a Mr. Pickwick retired. a few manner in which Mr. Pickwick lar hy coterie ~ dderiv
fectly polished boots. Although ly insinusted himself inte the demonstration Mr. Winkle made Paces apart from the bystanders performed his share in the cere- gentleman, dripping goth By 4
his coat was short in the sleeves, sd esa = of Mr Denianii at the instant, of a frantic desire fixed a searching look upon him, mony; to watch the torture of without a hat, with Mia _and
it disclosed no vestige of a linen 7 ‘ to throw his feet in the air, and and uttered in a low, but dis- anxiety with which he viewed F Gta

. ley g , iol i n : 3 bound dowr ide .
wristband; and although there Allen, and even joined in a dash the back of his head on the tinct and emphatic tone, these the person behind, gaining upon ing hone Aig to ‘his sides, skim















. ; endly conversatic wit Mr. eitted ; ; uN Y g
was quite enough of his face to Signals. Soavaras ne ie with ice. > ren arkable words— him at the imminent hazard of clearly de ined’ ton ot the
admit of the encroachment of a the brake. and thé breakfast, ard “These—these—are very awk- i ure a humbug, sir,” tripping him up; to see him yate of six good English. miles
ees sober, it was hoe sarod BY the talline. gradually ripened into ee ain’t they, Sa?” in- , ‘A what?” said Mr. Winkle, gradually expend the painful in hour. ,

e@ smallest approach to that ap- ~,“ y pn Fag ae Emini . quire r. Winkle, staggering. ‘tarting. | force he had put on at first, and = But Mr. Pickwi . '

a sté ‘ sness, sies “ ; ; ' , it Mr. Pi "k care ne . hes aie oo ea? .
pemenee. He ees altogether, . Mita’ nike coon aloe pi ‘I'm afeerd there’s a orkard : A humbug, sir, T will speak turn slowly round on the slide, appearances ee ae Oue of the things we like about the’ Christmas Season
rather < y zen’l'm’ in ’ sir.” replie ainer ( y i im- wi s face ards i . ; ;
ee Be rt MO ov de agreeable anecdote, about the gent m'n in ’em_ sir, replied et ae vou wish it. An im noe pag en someree re cr case, ae urged on by Sam Wel- is the privilege of extending our Greetings through this

removal of a tumour on some vad ’ “ A peat - take ; ne a Started; ler, he kept at the v t
full-flavoured Cubas. Sothenantire Hand eich hei “Now, Winkle”, cried Mi With these words, Mr. Pick- contemplate the playful smile his speed until he ea a? oe ug. medium when it is not possible to do so personally.

Mr. Bob Sawyer, who was este tad ie ARRD BT bn, avateae Pickwick, quite unconscious that wick turned slowly on his heel, which mantled on his face when door of Manor Farm where Mr
habited in a course, blue coat, ynife and a half-quartern loaf, to there was anything the matter. @r| rejoined his friends, he had accomplished the dis- Tupman had arrived some five !!MERRY CHRISTMAS! !
which, without being either a the great edification of the as- “Cor the ladies are all anxiety.” While Mr. Pickwick was de- tance, and the eagerness with minutes ' we



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greatcoat or a surtout, partook of semtied company, Then the “Yes, yes,” replied Mr. Winkle, livering himself of the sentiment which he turned round when he ed the old lady hte eaiaitonnns or KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
a, ue and — of both, whole train went to church, with a ghastly smile. “I’m ed peanecen. a Weller and had done so, and ran after his of the heart by impres ae saa
a about him that sort of wh wnt ; coming.” the a »0Y, having by their predecessor his black aiters with : ee aS :
where Mr. Benjamin Allen fell : y ) pr ssors, his blac gaiters with the unalterable eonvic
slovenly smartness and swagger- fast asleep; tehiie Mr. Bob Sawyer ‘Just a-goin’ to begin,” said joint endea 's cut out a slide, tripping pleasantly through the (hat the kitchen aie CNENGNE RENE NDNA NENG NSN NN NNN NSN
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young gentlemen who smoke in worldly matters, by the ingenious self. “Now, sir, start off! thereupon, in a very masterly cheerfulness and gladn es @ On Page 5. vee

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the streets by day, sh and . A i ain i “Sto instant, Sam,” gasp-| &™ 7 : ney lea
scream in the same by night, eall Process, Of carving his name on 4 Ny” Winkle, clinging most ate Se MENS NE NSN NN NG NNN i NN NG NG NS NG NONE NE NN Ng NZ
waiters by their Christian names, jetters of four inches long fectionately to Mr. Welle: “] than |
and do various other acts and “Now” said Wardle, after a “4 I've got a couple of coats | a Ke
deeds of an equally. facetious substantial lunch, with the agree- &t home that I don’t want, Sam.| @& & ||
description. He wore a pair of able items of strong beer abd YU May have them, Sam,” i Ki
plaid trousers, and a large, rough, cherry brandy, had been donc ‘Thank’ee sir,” ‘replied Mr. | |
double-breasted waistcoat; out of ample justice to, “what say you Weller, 4 4
doors, he carried a thick stick to an hour on the ice? We shall “Never mind touching your cK & ,
with a big top. He eschewed have plenty of time.” hat, Sam” said Mr, Winkle has- ;
. gioves, and looked, upon the “Capital!” said Mr. Benjamin tily. “You needn't take your & KK
whole, something like a dissipated Allen, hand away to do that. I meant & od
Robinson Crusoe, “Prime!” ejaculated Mr. Bob to have given you five shillings &
Such were the two worthies tu Sawyer. this morning for a Christmas &
whom Mr. Pickwick was intro- ©“You skate, of course, Winkle?” box, Sam. I'll give it to you this & &
duced, as he took his seat at the said Wardle, afternoon, Sam.” & a
breakfast table of Christmas Ss; oh yes,” replied Mr. “You're very good, sir,” | At this season of Goodwill 4
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PEACE MAY COME SOON TO MALAYA









Commun ist sls CANT CAMOUE * aE THAT cHeistmas SP

Revolt Broken

By R. W. BAXTER



Wr. PICKWICK’S \MAS

@ From Page 5
esented itself in glowing col-
ours to the old lady’s mind, when
anybody about her evinced the
nallest agitation.

Mr. Pickwick paused not an in-
tant until he was snug in bed.
Sam Weller lighted a blazing fire
in the room, and took up his din-
ner; a bowl of punch was carried

p afterwards, and a grand carouse
held in honour of his safety.

Old Wardle would not hear of
his rifting, so they made the bed
tne chair, and Mr. Pickwick pre-
ided. A seeond and a third bowl







SINGAPORE,

THS HEART has gone of Malaya’s Communist
revolt.

The bandits who took to the jungle four and a half
years ago, vowing to have the Red flag waving over Singa-
pore and Kuala Lumpur within a year, have been mostly
wiped out.







Tiose thot ived are nition which i carce and were ordered in; and when Mr.
hungry, in rags, di: i, and rapidly deteriorating in Malaya’s Pickwick awoke next morning,
despairing. They have been intense humidity. If he draws there was not a symptom _ot
beaten by one of the most cos- the pir of a grenade it is a toss rheumatism about him; which
mopolitan forces ever to fight up whether it goes off in his proves, as Mr. Bob Sawyer very
together on one front hand, does not explode at ali or justly observed, that there is



nothing like hot punch in such

Today. troops from Britain, hits the enemy,
C ; ; cases, and that if even hot punch

Nepal, Fiji, .East Africa and Perhaps one or two of his gang










Rhodesia fight alongside locally have new weapons — a revolver aid _— a a Y Lyf tige nd #

trained Malay- soldiers and Malay taken from a planter they butch- Gee ee eed cee tact ne ae Virol i :

Indian and Chinese police. ered in an ambush or a couple of ae ipto pw Phahea rror, of not irol is a highly concentrated
C t c € >| 7 P ao .

Trackers from Borneo and rifles snatched from a murdered etait etc «fn Riad food made from malt extract,
Aberigines from the depths of Malay spe-ial constable on a rT specially refined fats, eggs, sugars
Malaya’s jungles hound out the lonely road jut there are not ‘ “as ae
Reds in the deep forests. nearly enoug! replacement n D | glucose and Orange juice with

Australian and New Zealand thi Oil Sil ip r \ added mineral salts and vitamins
airmen pound their hide-outs. And the mavy itrolling up ; a entials 2 :

All the time planters and tin and down Malaya's coasts see to : +: Al the ennentions Six Banlthy
miners from Britain, Australia it that no rms come in trom © f growth and development. That
and New Zealand and their wives, Red China } is why children get lasting benefi
keeping the Reds from their Thi is why Chin Peng AMERICAN SOLDIERS on the fighting front in Korea have plenty of rom agi b a Vir ‘ g :
doors, pour out vital raw mater- Maloyas 34-year-old. Communist Christmas spirit despite the fact that the enemy’s big guns are booming | y taking Virol regularly during
ials which help to keep Britain boss — believed to be in hiding in the distance. The camouflage netting (top) may hide their position their growing years.

Bolvent, in the dense jungle in North from the Communists but Santa Claus has no trouble spotting their : . - |
Hard Road Johore—has ordered his shrink- hideout. Jumping the gun on opening their packages (top, | tor ) are:

It has -baen a bard road for ing forces to awitch from terror- Cpl. Elva L, Kirkwood, Yellville, Ark.; Pfc. Harlin Liles, Odessa. Tex; in } eS ion |
these men afd women, but the ism to political infiltration, to get Sgt. Harold Polack, Gleason, Wis., and Pfc. J. B. Keane, Laurel, Wis ae | >
end of it seems to be in sight. in among the trade unions and At right, a GI is using one of his Buddies as a “step ladder” as he § i Coie te i |

Official reports just issued show iVil service seeks to adjust the star atop their tree. (International Soundphoto) | | ++-‘Dolsa’will bring you swift
that 141 Communist “incidents” But he is teo late to win many — relief, Gentle, soothing Dolsa
were reported last month. In ¢onverts to Communism. General es ce settles your stomach by neutral- |
November a year ago the figure /empler has seen to that. Never J <= izing the excess acid so often the |
was 531.. before has there been so much

cause of the trouble, Dolsa is

There were ‘ten civilian casual- §00d-will to Britain and the r :
ties last month — 87 in Novem- /rilish as now, j icu Uu al to be taken in water so that its |
ber 1951. Up to a year ago the playing oothing solution more quickly

In large a¥éas of the country °f the national anthem at cinema

bandit gangs are disintegrating, performances was a signal for a .
Only in Johore is there any real *ush to the doors by Asian in of the stomach wall

fire left in the Reds — and a tie audience. Today the over-
Fiji battalion which urrived re- whelming majority stand to at- ase :
cently is quickly taking the sting tention. oO Sa

out of that, Change of Heart From Our Own Corre
oer i 5 2m 1 orrespendent) Deve "1 ‘ *Ifare
This is the profile of a Com- The reasons for the velopment and Welfare

reaches all the inflamed mucosa

; t grant passing the Bill as for the past ‘gl
; change of 3 4 has just on é roved. Sake iden en . ce . P
~—_ rebel in Malaya today. heart are many, The ose ee mee a ee. 21 h is Neorg peetpen to be un oth . een Tnebie to aietoa SR UEN TEP ete _ ; . , 4
s sry . . i ot anne aie 2 52-f Ss oO the . ‘ & Orne ) t ~ 7 < Jalance its f heartburn, #
ene ‘aan Cues” Rs ri inte mpernoliars Dominica — Legislative Council “¢rtaken next year was the new budget and has continually to bor- p by / Merry
holders 2a sed ti ay ese ie rom their exposed opened on Tuesday the 16th. His Hospital at Goodwill. This it ig Tow from Government. The Town ong 4

) t. oOo use Oo supply him homes into new villages have Honour the Administr ator H I 1oped to have completed around + ouncil now owes government circular me the pylorus, refuses to } 4 .
with food — more often than not now lost their initial surliness Cintdal -hireetiae erey “ the middle of the year. Govern-| $30,000 and is asking for another expand and pass on over-acid food to f i ( ‘hristmas
in fear of their lives. He is and are begirhing to find life In his opening address, His ™€"t also intend soon to launch $6,000 loa: : $ Shpap Of Sigestion. Hotes Y
emanciated, -¢overed . with sores more pleasant than ever before; Honour reviewed briefiy. the | /!using project at Goodwill, and Ma ebrental } d
and possibly suffering from beri Malaya’s health, education and island’s trade, particularly that of His Honour mentioned the visit of DP akan O an a









who were



nism when th











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preparation




lative Council feels
nment is to continue



f gove

and has the effect of opening the pylorus





beri. ; , welfare schemes are. impressing the last year. The island is prim- Hanson and Dr. Garcia, the Making these loans it must know Made up in correétly balanced do:
He is forced sometimes to even the cynics; and everyone arily agricultural, he said, and the /ousing experts, as having been how the money is being spent, ' Doles nestorgs peality acl? belgnc H Ne W
exist on leaves, and in despera- realises that, compared with the ©xport for last yekr showed an Pportune. ae AG was passed on Tuesday. | eunant giver alkalizgtion of the shay appy
. 1e uildi oO nre q . w ‘ounci ever ces essential Yo normal digestion
tion occasionally holds up cars rest of Asia, Malaya is prosper- increase over that of the previous , ae rpad-building preerenins felt th " Ps a Be. however, | ohase os re D a1 ; aver we) peat
and lorries in a frantic search ous and well governed. year: an inerease of 50% in quan- o be continued, and it is hoped t that it Was und mocratic to | i thames echt r abhas
for anything edible, Less than a year ago there was tity and about 384% in value. 2°*' year to complete the Impe~ force it to submit part of its ane | ur doctor

He knows that the latest drib- despair and depression in Malaya, These figures are due mainly to # 4 Pged, COE. Warch GRY , shat the Bh! edhoed the Ce, att _
ble of recruits, mostly school- 'foday there is hope and conti. ‘be inerease in export of bananas (*) miles remains to be Mbuilt), 'e Bill reduced the Council to the
boys, to the Communist ranks dence ! 7 GON times ond ime products. which is to link Roseau with the Status of a government department

mmended for |



ne “ 1 wthern district After that g 28 it withdraws from the Council Indigestion
ceatanitt Wing oe no ioe a planters ‘give thanks io the ‘There was also a great increase ‘o‘or road to the Windward coast ne or ora of control vis the last re |
sabotage, no longer even the A yk MM i a men jp the value and quantity of im- regions will be constructed. resort of the Council's own affairs. Gastric Acidity, ete |
. , nd se like the Suffolks who have just ports, and His Honour felt that — , : Sa Wheu the R.T.C. gathered at its en ee |
capture of arms and ammunition, killed their 175th Red in Malaya the high cost of living waS due , The Honourable H. D, Shilling- montnly statutory meeting on |
It is to a. food. * and their leader General mainly to the island being too de- furg mee bese Selnstan Se pepe qroanantan,, Mr. L. ¥ c. Royer, 15 MEASURED To our customers and friends we send our hearty
romises empler, endent on imports. mn an agri- *°" 0 aa e oronation ayor o oseau and Chairman DOSESIN tishes ws . oer aed: 4h 1.8 Ww pa
He wants to surrender, and i nine’ months of ceaseless 4 geal 1K Pe ate h a Reteine a of Her Majesty the Queen in Lon- of the Council, announced the res- EACH PACK | wishes for a gOe rue PeACN: Mey ¥OM have a@ wonder
R.A.F, planes shower leaflets ‘ravel, inspection tours, confer- there is no reason why there don next year, and the Honourable ignation, en bloc of the elected | ful Christmas and a New Year filled with protnise.
into the jungle promising him ences on the ground and personal should be so great a scarcity of Fi Audio ‘Weman will xepresent members: | # a i
good treatment if he walks into interviews he has breathed the ‘sh meat, milk and eggs. To [ie island at ihe i Lente an coa S : ; | fi "a ?
the nearest police station. He spirit of success into Malay, correct this shortage government {rence to be neld in London ear- THE Alcoa Steamship Company | {* 4,
B . MALAYA, fo ete ‘ ‘ . arm at Ver in the year. Mr. Winston was Inc. have presented the Medical | e}
even hears loud-speakers from The man who promised on a if establishing a Stock Farm at °\" )0 lin \ittee which prev: A Decabinaene 7 4 |
low-flying aircraft telling him dusty February afternoon “at G008Will, for which a Colonial the ae jice Report Oe Oem ee eS reer ren ce, sieiaioer salitvhiatind ; | ae,
where to go and how to get there. Ku: da Lump rport that he When he first set out on his The senior eleeted member the The Unit, which is used for pro- ! } | GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
But he is usually terrified of the would not space himself in the travels nine months ago the Hon. H. D, Shillingford, replied ducing heat within the tissues, wil! | |
gang leaders, fanatical fight-to- \ask that lay aby has travelled local people ignored him or to His Honour’s address, be available for treatment of root
the-last Communists, who will nearly 30000 miles in nine stared sullenly. A smile might The Council agreed to put on rheumatic affections and certain | | 7. 5: GARRAWAY & CO,, Bridgetowa |

order his slow execution if he months ‘to meet the people of have brought a bull from a "record the appreciation and thanks skin disturbances.
shows any signs of wanting to the country and to find

s a: signs ranting he , j ‘ i eth: Teeny » village vn OF I to the Governor Sir * x
donate: Beene adie ae te bandit. To-day _the villages often Oe ae Horris Arondell una seeks Sc ottiy aie acvel HN 5 NN NN NNN

In line the roadside and wave a » . ~ s
So he stays in the jungle, addition, he has travelled 24,000 :h on comin ; K.C.M.G., O.B.E., who after 4% ERNOR arrived in Dominica by |e
hoping for a chance to slip away miles to and from London for That, in itself, is an example Ye8rs: service in the Windwards, special ‘plane to-day. His Excel-

or even for attack by troops, so consuitations. of how far Malaya has progressed how goes to Barbados as Gov- lency is on a short visit, probably

a at swage

a ser > 1 me f ses 3. . . ; ? : ernor. is las . > j > Ca-
Ghee desert in tne conusion ; Here a Malaya, Sir Gerald's towards final victory in this vital A Bill passed by the Council Seal at ontoeete ot the Wind | WE TAKE THIS
The rebel is armed with old couthan erat aoe taes is be- conflict against Communism in which caused much public stir was ward Islands His Excellency 1D
Pacific. war weapons. and p SOROS ma atte it in the Asia, one compelling the Roseau Town takes up the Governorship of Bar-
@ wear ze A am: towns and villages —L.E.S.! Council to submit ity yearly esti- bados next year



ee! ener ____ | mates to government for approval. This afternoon His Excellency
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Despondency among the little ones overhearing Father Christmas discussing in very unseasonable terms the suggestion



Barbadosand the Barbadian

By BUDD SMITH

IN the Good Book
ised to carry his
Israelites to Canaan
ing with Milk and

God prom-
children the
~a land flow-
Honey. Every

school boy knows that Milk and
Honey was indicative of the won
derful living conditions to be
found. in Canaan—for example
Beautiful all-the-year round sun
delightful sea bathing, sea eggs,
flying fish, indian corn, guinea
corn, cane, the very best rum and
lastly, molasses which is almost
cmnipotent in its curative





perties, That was Canaan. i
was the land, a great and loving
God promised his children for

their enjoyment.

Whatever is, has been. There is
nothing new under the sun. Those
of us who have followed th
change of times and things since
1914 the first world war—mu
have observed how the names of
countries have been changed
there is no more Servia, it is now
Jugo Slavia, the Jew: hav
changed Palestine to Israel and so
en.

The natural conditions of these
countries remain neverthel
There may be a_ shortening of
boundaries and other’ physical
changes but like the old saying a
rose by another name is still a
rose,

By now my readers will be an-
ticipating me and conclude that I
am comparing Barbado
Canaan—yes, I am. Barbados and



Canaan are one and the same
What other land in this earth ap-
proximates to Canaan but Bar-



bados? Not a_ single one. The

French and Itaiian Rivieras come

second to this tropical gem
Having made this discovery lik«

Gulliver in Lilliput, I go on to ex-

plore the people who live in this
cane-land. They differ vastly
from any other people in the
earth—an inquisitive but likeable
people. The promise of God to
Abraham seems to embrace these
people. “Look North, S East



and West all this land will I giv

thee.” In any part of the world
you'll find the Barbadian.

They have) hearts of gold and
are neighbourly, They subscribé
to all the things in life which
make for goodwill and harmony
by entertainment. A free people
pulsating with sane life.

The emphasis in this land is on

Education, ang between the whites

and coloured of the island there
is a respectful understanding
There is no trace of Master and

Man and although there is no so-
cial abridgement between _ thé
two there is nevertheless a whole-
me and gratifying fraternization

them in



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between their regula!
daily routine.

White people in Barbados are
; pathetic and comprehendin
without doubt they have mad
great striles in the evolutionary
progress of the island. Coloured

people too have made intellectual

strides which enable them to co}
favourably with thei rit rot
ers, thus is forged—despite all

the political gushings—a bond be-
tween these people which is fast
putting the island on top of the
world for harmony and goodwill
between its white and coloured
inhabitants. Barbados need no
Mau Mau.

Go to any Store, Office or Bank
and see the human bouqu
played over counter, ¢
office stool or floor w








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he } cts i St. Vincent
establishing coa on a
ider scale than at present art
excellent This is the opinion of
Mr. A. deK. Frampton, Agricul-
tural Adviser to the Comptroller
for Development and Welfare
Mr. Frampton has recently re-

turned from a visit to St. Vincent,






where he led a team of experts
to study the question 9{ increased
| growing af cocoa. ‘he team
ilso examined the possibilities
for coffee, and these too Mr.
Frampton described as excellent.
While in St. Vincent Mr.
Frampton headed a small com-)|
mittee to look into the possi-
bility of growing sugar cane in
the Mesopotamia Valley. This
area is all in small farms, and
after many years of cultivation
en steep slopes the soil has be-
cor seriously degraded The
is to introduce sugar cane







basis as a
Put up a
take off the

strip-cropping
oil rehabilitator
small factory. and
crop

Mr. Frampton took the chair
it the meeting of the St. Vincent



|} Land Settlement Board The
Leeward Land Settlement Estates
jhave had another successful
‘year, A bonus of ten per cent
was recommended for all labour-
| er who had worked over 100
days, and a bonus of ten per cent

and a week's paid holiday for all

who had worked over 200 days

The chief crops grown on
the Leeward Estates are arrow-
root, sea island cotton, ground-
nuts, coconuts, cocoa, pigeon
peas, and general provisions. A
herd of beef cattle is also being

established,







Evolution. is placing Barbados gifts of vari kinds mark the Two or three weeks later Xmas
in the unique position of becom- Appreciation of the giver. There is comes. This is the time to see
ine the tirst land in the Western a liveliness and Spirit of expect- Barbadians, a week or so before
Hemisphere to eradicate discrim- ancy all over the island during the day like the kind of rats the
ination and segregation. Go on this period. Peac on earth good Pied Piper called out you'll see
Barbados, set the example for the will to men is the watch word of Barbadians, tall, short, old, young,
world to follow. You’re.a blessed every man, enemies wash away fat, thin, grey, feeble all kinds of
people. their spleen with Rum and spirit- Barbadians jostling each other in
storms dro pestilence "cus liquors A spirit of bén homie stores and market places in at
und all con which are covers the land. effort to get something
misf tl land But before this’ big day ther
, are small explosions like our Ex- The store are hive-like a
I t of Barbadian hibition. Here is shown the land steady hum from the people going
character is love of music but of Canaan in truth and in fact. from counter to counter. The
which is m widely emphasised market places too where the
by the Barbadian man in the Cane, Cassava a riot of pro- green and gold of shaddock |
street. 95 per cent. of these men visions of all, kinds, Local Handi- bananas, pawpaws, apples can be]
have an elen v k ledge of work by our artisans in Carper seen in trays while lots of pur-
music. Singing is their chief pas- try, Cabinet making, Shoe making thasers around each tray bargain
time and they chant or sing at any and Handcraft of every variety ind move slowly on.
time. Even varieties of Bread by Bar- fter all this hustle and bustle
On Sunday night they gather badian Bakers, lovely and entic- Xmas day comes,
in Church ; and. around ing Goats, Sheep, Cows, Pigs all It is heralded in by the
Church Windc joining in the these are @iown to the enjoy- Churehes at 5 o'clock in the
singing wit the congregation. ment and edification of the on- morning The large congregations
Not alon do they sing around looke Art and Sculpture is also singing “O come all ye faithful.”
Chu W th lso keep seen, After church these people, mostly
their homes “singi to which There are Fowls and Pigeons of women—go home and the mate-
they invite their friends and en- all kinds. Flowers too-—-Orchids rial side of Xmas commences,
tertain them with rum and cake. are there, and for the enjoyment Savoury smells fill the air and
The Barbadian is not clannish of children there is the merry-go- passers by and neighbours know
and ill mix as easily and happ- round and many other side at- that the Barbadian housewife is :
ily h other people as with his tractions. cooking Pork, Turkey, Fowl or da
own. Quite contrary to most other This event which takes place in Ham. . ei i l
people the Barbadian love home Queen’s Park is the occasion for The husband on the other hand ¢ estim ona
life. It is to that sacreq circle he Barbadian women to exhibit the entertains some stray visitors in}
gravitates to have good time styles and fashions suited to such the cane, Coase with Rum ie
vith his friends. “asiongs and on the opening day snatches of meat etc., soon after « Wha 5 ‘ Vigges NE NA e :
} Couatte upon the Barbadian white and coloured women ming- these visitors leave dinner in all Well Mummy darling, | don’t always agree
now is Xmas—a period of which ling troop through the rooms its weight and splendour is served with you, ’ says Monica, “ but I admit (1) that
he is justly proud. It is the period where the art exhibits are shown and the average Barbadian and ( wy ‘ ’ ; ki ,
of entertainment and singing. looking and chattering their his family settle down in con- iow & Gate has been the making of me, (2)
m1 ee eee eq fall under ep ee Oy lovely kaleidoscopic er aoe delight to their that | have nevet looked backgon it geil (3) that
vce of th happy a 1 ar be g ind, Ama 1 !
i a I’m as healthy and happy as the day is long.
t rk, . ; “ ,
BOAC V inter A427 i IMES ROI ND Now, will you stop telling people about it and
‘ayy H WOR D let me have that doll’s pram for my birthday!”
Caribbean THE L
Schedule
One Man Does The Distance COW & GATE Miss
NEW YORK, N.Y.
An_ increased winter Carib- I ‘
gs n 30 Years On A Bus
n r 1 tur) bs
eel cia Mask he FOOD of” ROYAL BABIES
I 1-Jamaica te ervice, Mr. Alfred Playfoot, of South a medical board at the end of the [
I been inced_ | the , Guildford, Surrey, claims he 1914-18 war “Get an open-air | CowsGate
t h Oversea , Cor- h; gunched his way. round the job, with plenty of variety,” said Mille: Food
poratior world 42 times. “And I never the Medical Officer—and Mr. Play- ae
Vio of the new schedule fej, ftt he says, though he is foot went then to the Aldershot J.B. LESLIE & Co, Lid. a Agents.
ove z vice from New now of retiring age. and District Traction Company mm
Y . Miami and We Palm Mr. Playfoot is a bus conductor. and stayed until his recent retire-| “—_—___. a ls i
B , Florida, to Caribbean jyyjs punches have been on tickets ment.
points, went into: effect OM (4,900,000 — of them, statistic There not a bend in the road
various dates in early December. show) in travelling 1,050,000 or a ouse or tree on the bus
20AC? y in nth foaewe et miles on buses reutes radiating from Guildford
ae which Neue Oheorsns A doctor who told Mr. Playfoot thet he does not know, “ But I've
ber 1st, will be operated once to hecome a bus conducter, after never had a dull moment,” he
weekly each way between New maintains
York and Kingston, Jamaica, via operated thrice-weekly from New > ‘ fF Cnc ¢
Wassad and Montego Bay’ Jatoal- we “h Me tere sneer ele Plenty Of Spare Time
ca. Departures from New York hour, direct Stratecruiser flight You see, you meet so many
Intert ! Airport will be at began on December 12th, leaving ce people to lock on as friends
1¢ return New York Friday, Sunday and on the es. Then the pay i
fl sston on [Thursday Return ervices are ¢ i, ar you find great team
Ut iving in listed for Saturday, Monday and spirit betwegn drivers and their
T Lock- Friday Additional w York- conductor
I fly the Nassau flight e scheduled for One extra advantage being a
i fare Janua ind Febri bus conduct over imo:
! $199 to On December the current other job—-through the shift ot
Jamaica, tax extra once-daily Miam assau_ servic york you get the equivalent «
Oa Be ; a veik ci \ oo V cing airliners will _t > half-da off every day of
Jon oe a oubled A resumption of daily week, A n can follow all man-
service between York and Viking ervice between West ner of hobbies ir
Montego Bay, via Nassau, was Paln Beach and Nassau i
introduced. Double-deck Booing scheduled for January 3r¢ The « en miss Mr. Play-
Stratocruisers will fly the route Effective December 4th
once-weekly, leaving New York twice-weekly Viking
on Saturdays and returning on necting Nassau nd that

Su



operating from Nassau on Thurs- his Christi name was





Anothe fir lass service, days and Sun a returning He had heen “Buttons” to
erminating a Nassau will be Wednesdays and Fridays. hildren ever since.—L.E.S.
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“We see it in the gaily adorned
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- ¥ = - i sh « s Michael are r val ; ept Cargo and Passengers for
ember 24th her j Darien of St. Michal, whe are in ARRIVING yesterday morning was the schooner 14 Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
t
7 é | ened circumstances . ~ . > ~ . see . + y a 3 4
petier ewA. : AUTOMOTIVE Forms of application can be obtained | A new body to study race relas | Lucille M. Smith which came in from British Guiana with BRITISH CARS 1952 ee a ee S
0 fom the Vestry Cler Iffice tions has just been announced. mixed cart mm
; late ‘ ; EC REDMAN, ee ml } mixed Cargo Specifications and - ” eit .
Fodiet Clerk, St, Michael's Vestry,| This is a board set up by the) 1,500 bags of rice and 500 bags of charcoal were the Photographs rue Ly eaende "tae tom
‘ ONE (1) Hillman Es: tab Car. Station 18.12.52—a3n.| Royal Institute of International aS wt Cargo and Passengers for Dom
a Vaggon. Done 7,500 miles. Apply F. A -~\Affairs. Lord Hailey has beep| Main items. Other cargo included firewood and wallaba iniea, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
Pes Waggon, Done 7.300 mi poly / : airs, rd Hailey has beep| enter ba St aceitln Gitte ts C in E. R.H 1] An Interesting Book for and St. Kitts, Sailing @th Janu-
oO ra a ace, Ch ‘ chosen rs airman © | Osts. as . + a ary, 10952
Storey, Graeme Hall Place, C woranOTICE ae ch e f t Coat - x the p ~s ee 6 ie i * yy gata asse Mo 3
Be aati . I noard, Race relations within the! and the agents are Rober om.., E a
Miloh at the. General Hospital. David | CAR—Armstrang 8 that bookings tor season “tekets. weil | COMMonwealth will be the pork | FOR DOMINICA ' fg ee he BWIASOCIATION, ANC.)
ee ee coeeren, eer ace ted ccm ids new tyra: Seale seed Se Se Surrtoess s celee Ya. pelans rein aim of the =. - The motor vessel Moneka which 65. A i SEA “ Consignee, Dial 4047.
residence, Sarjeant ilage, near Cod 4 Ja Members re enttied tof institute sees race relia ns a . i esday , ixec
t ‘ $490.00. Diai 3121 ot “ 7 i .™\ arrived on Tuesday With mixed -D ‘
ring . or g Me a Be +m P = ee : < two additional seats along with | ¢ ne of the most difficult and dis* Cargo left port wadtinday. aflers JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
. Parton #hasdh ' CAR—Morris-Oxtord. wood as iy’ | The plans will be open to the general \urbing problems in world affairs.| ,o0n for Dominica ' y , G v === SS :
} Howell iw fe ; mileage under ee noo t én | public. on Friday J y & Datiy| Recent disorders, it is pointed out The Moneka is taking a cargo of VO) wh S ~
ianter), Mrs. Be “SiC ieee Wilt oe aale oro geouary 36 by the Institute, stress the urgency | yyy), sugar lard and potatoes f«
, Poa b ygeatee ay POS Caer p INC. oeeeee cf examining the matter in all it8| pominica, ‘St. Kitts and Nevis @ From Paged
ian eat : and going very reasonable. Phone 2023 W. F. HOYOS spects. Director of Studies is t0/ voneka | is consigned to the ‘eatmert as a woundea prisoner,
iN MEMORIAM a ae j 20. 12.52--t.f.n Hon. Secty be a former Indian Civil Service} ¢.; or mers’ Ass i 4 and says that when he returns to
N ME? / 20.12 21.12. 62-—4 te Schooner Owners’ Association ana
iaeweliitd inne and eS se ")man, Philip Mason, better knowb| i¢ under Captain R. Huds France, he will have much to say
COX—In ever loving memory of my twe . ; ™ | to some as author Philip Woodruff.| CAROLS AT s 1s about this aspect of sea life.
‘ -1 O ‘ ALMS Ss abo 8 asp .
fath’ March and ‘Prunella Cox on 17th ELECTRICAL renders are NOMI CE ne exciusive| Undisclosed donors have contri- | edt tees He said that as a doctor his first STEAMSHIP COMPANY
November ner _____ | ant ‘to run’ bars. serve lunches, teas; |>Uted funds for establishiag a| Members of the St. Matthias duty is to save human life. If .
They will forever live within our] GaARRARD--3-Speed Automatic Record} ‘feshments etc. at Kensington Oval reference centre on the subject.| Giee Club paid a visit to the St. there was a serious epidemic,



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eo ee ee m hed, Research into race relations has|George Alilmshouse on Tuesday and he ran away, he would be CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)














































































Changers just ved a limited
eter? Ore 1a meer, MyrticpTuantity. TP. C, S. Maffe oe _< es Pebruany 13. already been started by the boara! -tiernoon and gave a programme called a coward, and would be
vd all othe: 25.12.52—In.f oe | ‘Tenders are also invited for the trans. | of studies, Jef carols and Christmas music, failing in his duty. It was there- SOUTHBOUND ALCOA ALCOA
; JUST RECEIVED t ‘it : ortation of | the ~ visitors from hotel much to the delight of the in- fore with this sense of respon- PARTNER CORONA KIM PARTNER
naoweN pare in ever loving es Y} Pye KADKO Featuring Banc ae to the Oval and vack on cricket | nates. sibility to his profession: ang to
ae Peer SSS VN ontet Lelie all Short Wave Ba ds. P. ( Tenders must reach the Secretary not GOVERNMENT NOTICE This is & yearly feature of the humanity that he set out to prove one 2 Dee 3 Jan 38 Jan * den.
December 26, 190 : 16.12.52—t.1.n plater than 4 p.m. on January 15. f | Glee Club and the inmates always to the world that man can live ARR. BARBADOS 8 Jan 22 Jan 7 Feb 18 Feb.
gut there is a glorious hope a The Association does not bind itself | look forward to th ir visit. at sea on plankton and rain water. . .
That scatters death's dark gloom to accept the lowest or any tender. . Limited Passenger Accommodation Available
It cheers the saddened spirit up S ‘ SARBADOS CKICKET ASSOOLA TTC"
It glids the Christian's tomb LIVESTOCK INC. EXPORTS AND IMPORTS For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122
it brings the resurrection near W. F, HOYOS, (RESTRICTION) ACT.) | , .
When those we love shall re-appear - x eer - ~ = Hony. Secty. 1939
Remembered by PUPP oxteriers) 21,12.52—7n } rv
t Cummins, ines, I tor further part NEW YORK SERVICE (fveny Foun WEEKS)
Irene Jore ister The Governor in exercise of the
‘ bre $ _- mine en = —_ ; powers conferred on him by sec-
: 1 ? SOUTHBOUND ALOOA ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA
" 8 Ey s tion 3(2) of the Exports and Im- POINTER PEGASUS PLANTER POINTER
: MISCELLANEOUS | would like to take this opportunity rts (Restricti Act, 1939
memory of Beatrice Colli ports estriction ) ct, , NORFO
and Dayrel McLenna ister to wish all my customers and fr.ends a hereby makes the following Order LK m 17 Jan ~ —_
ot need a sptcial day’ ane en ——-———-——-—- | Happy Xmas and a Prosperous New y gS BALTIMORE 22 Dec. 19 Jan. 16 Mar. 16 Feb.
Â¥ Go sot we oe P a COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en-| Year. 1. This Order may be cited as} NEW YORK 26 Dec. 23 Jan 20 Mar. 20 Feb.
The 6 < ‘ * ot om di sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, D. TAUB, the Exports and Imports (Import Arr. B’DOS. 7 Jan. 4 Feb. 7 Mar. 4 Apr.
rn var hard it aa F ‘ockroach, Obtainable fromm all leading “Ashfield”, Licence Orde * 1952 No 9
God give’us the strength to: Ashe Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz. Welches and Tweedside Road cence) Order, + BGs B | eee
And courage to bear the blow $2.18. 25.18.52—1n 2. Any person may import)

29. 10, 52— ~

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—_ee | friving in Barbados by Air only « few ., } t= , ‘ en _A
GITTENS—In loving memory of our} @¥® after publication in London. Contact rennet " flour This Order shall hz frect | ARNETA EVROS STEAMER 8TEAMER
dear Dad, Geo. B. Gittens, who died] {9% Gale e/o Advocate fo., Ltd. Local The publie are hereby warned against 3. is Order s' a ave enmec: | NEW ORLEANS — = , -
eceinher mith i868. “| Representative, Tei. 3113. giving credit to my wife PETA TRQT- | subject to the following provisions | ee = mee 2 Jan 15 Jan 29 Jan
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Aussies Dismiss 8S. Africa For 227.
rt —s/ Miller And Lindwall Bowl Well

From Our Own Correspondent) | With the new ball—Miller with the
Lindwall who took three wickets! {jrst of his first over_—_and instead |
for 29 end Miller 4 for 62, wreck-| of benefitting from batti
@d the South Africa batting on 4! the South Africans

true pitch. Each took a wicket) struggling.
a oi ae Miller’s four wickets took his
2 } | Test total to 99, and he now needs |
Indian Team {only one more to complete the|
. fouble of 2,000 runs and 100}
if . |

Reaches London | wickets.

as it I
| Main resistance to Australia’s |
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OUIZZ WINNER

ORTS EDITOR’S BAG

gz first,}
were always



Melbourne yesterday succeeded not onl



A wath A in their second Test match with the South Africans;
dL Wilhen cr ea
in dismissi t





ne their onents for th vely small seore of om Gur Gwn Correspondent) } attack came from opening bat M
re th ; scored 26 run ; MELBOURNE, Dec. 24. | Glew who made a defiant 46 and
will be resumed until B en players on MUNI», CC, 24 |) Murray, a six-foot two-inc'
: } i have hed the don to relax fo da Fiftesn strong ine indian team | schoolmaster

from the exacting rigours of Test mate h cricket 9 tour te West Inaies in the} freely and shared in a ninth wicket |

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who swung his bat}
wew Year, flew into London aire} oy nd of .51—the test of the in- |








J pore to-day. All of them wore | »ings—with Tayfield.
ENPURTANS uvercoats as protection against the | 1 SCOREBOARD

weather. Only two carried bats cf SOUTH A panne INNINGS
rTrHIS 7 t latch is rhaps im to Aus lia than y = ; os sei a Wied Rina 4
ys Z “ee aeaes id! ae } , is t I h d their but there were fifty more in their Wait c Linawail > Miller ;
ith Africa, The “S be a bg cents ng abe ye! Constellation aircraft. ..,;Bndean b Lindwall 2
s not only in exter Australia for the greater part o Their stay. in London was brief {Funston c Ring b Miller Z
Mee ccttes Gil ine Baie ee ns they ett for Waterlao. almost, Ns 2%". Yetta, lier
record in their encounters with the State | immediately after their arrival to} cheetam © Johnston b Mil 15
i k catch the boat train to Southamp-! Mansell b Lindwall sicabisa 24
. + sonte ( 12 yOINE * | t ston ens 5
1 ; Bg noes ected. mR ‘t : f t ‘top “O jton, They sail on the Golfito Maree, c Raosies b Miller. 23
ace aie. F gine a ne “t pe a T he h which leaves on Friday. | Melle not out ; 4

e to t Englan 3 ar. ney ure; i i 7 ou
i . 1948 both from the point of view of team achievement | What do they think of ae | Extras. : oe 7
excellence and financial success, chances, The team manager, C. ft. | Total... 227

| Ramsawai, was cautious, “I think |





calcatea by ‘virtue of their first achievement they were gen- | | the West Indies in the Tests | ae eee sane 2—29, Miller 4—62,
less celebratea by virtue of their first achievement they were gen-|f | going to be arstiff proposition Tati ' AUSPRALIA 1ST INNINGS
erally accepted as the rightful opponents for Australia for world | said. “But we have a young 1 Me Ponsle’ mot Pat Fin rophy it
cricket supremacy ~ of players and we hope to do well. Morr! spe PU sss S
I We have the more i hy Ay: ag
AUSTRALIA WON | MR. O. 8S. COPPIN, Advocate’s Sports Editor, presenting a consola- | ™men like Hazare, Umrigar, Man-) “ts

ae
luring the earlier part} tion prize to Miss Rosalind Hudson of Queen's College yesterday. | ad and Phadkar.
wee : see Miss Hudson was the first lady to submit a correct solution to the





Ave IA won the series which ended













of this year They are due to visit 1 land next year and it Quiz run by the Advocate on the recent visit of the West. Indies to 7; I / don’: Ye re
tw 5 umbent upo er to prev South Africa at any cadets { Hf : ron
time d iri tt "Te se ; ; im tealing the 1ours otherwise not Australia, i eee This S en v s ear
only would their py i cal advantage over England be minimised ' eT
PULSER PR ener) REOEPE CE Wald certainly: ceyeerey | E A ( 2 { } OT | Roy Stroud has played football)}him at Hendon, and apart from
It is for this reason that ! am sure that Australia will not squan- ABA in all sorts of places, trom Hane. war service with the poe: En-
der this euriy advan >in a Test that is due to last for five days bu 4 [Bong £0 Acotievik me Po be ok. rea ~~
‘ rkmanii f ac vie F : | to Reykjz and, : s — always ©
: oe blake ‘this onerin the bag”. a ee ee e SCRIBELER . ial ths latter half of his 27! first team,

years, ‘i on didn’t I turn profes-
‘ ATN A irs his ie. gate -4.| He might, had he chosen beeM|sional? In the first place the fact
MII INALS of the City Division Championship will | ,"Aysenal or West. Ham profes-|that I was taking to contact
ypen on Saturday at Richmond. Land between Dover and | gional, Instead he takes delight| lenses put me off because I didn’t
Notre Dame. Neither of these teams has ever achieved| n being a printer’s traveller and/then know they would turn out

PROBIR SEN



FRORN on May 31, 1926. Chub-






































a2 by, round faced wicket- the cistinction of championship honeurs, but the winner |captaining the Re reae Pra Pea well. In the second, if you have
kee Agile and capable des- will meet Rangers who have been Cup holders in 1946, 1947, |don. His immediate objectives are)a decent job, as I have, it is
é wavy build Made his {O42 and 4OR1 1 On vada, Aueul es aT * these: : ; better to remain amateur because
y Brisbane in 1948 948 and 1951 n 1950 Rangers carried off the trophy fo. |” T> ‘set his side going OM Alof the fine social side, and the
; ; ‘as, Played the Championship Division of the League. The division |“giant-killing” sequence with aD/fun you have.
two ind in India \ constituted of the first two clubs in each of thefF.A. Cup win over the League} Hendon have never reached the
is land bats~ d stons of the League, |professionals of Northampton ©”) first round of the F.A. Cup sinc
nin eg Poured The fight for the championship cnly 62 on the tins. Applewhaite | S4turday. | the Birmingham for- tbe Ps gp eae ieee
17) t hand SAS aes kt AF eand White 20 not out are the }fidibles Boldmere ‘St. Michaelltwo at least. : ;
year, a sound right har on Se mn game ver layed double figure ad ~ _)rnt 2S, é ast,
Our London sports bag re nd at the i of pial leeantl thias will hax ; Ee ee in the first round of the eae rd told Stroud that An peeing
: eric Rangers Notre Dame,|notch a win in this game Cup on December 13, as a pre-| Northampton draw with Queen’:
Speedway Ace to Make Its ana Dover were tied with 13 oe liminary to winning that tropny./| Park Rangers last Saturday I hac
meback ex h “Then in the third Key Match “We with our am spirit, believe | noticed that in O'Dni nell North-
Es ape bop Bit: ple baht ‘ Dover and Colts lost.thet: In the key ‘match in the Central en oe rat oe “ ede ward ae re tied: thet chon
way ace, hopes to be back in me leaving the issue to be Division Greens seem to be Stroud aE civunbuil on lhad yen ee Fontes half ties "in
rcbit Eric, W § 4% ht out between Notre Dame |! strug g reve Stroud, chee conversation~ “nalf, :,
scion fn 3888" ris who 1s 8 Hangers ne NOE am Tee cloping iowa afte AAP clit of middle welght and height [Dexter Adams, ote of three’ in:
: at ¢ ast id Ranger: s t 2 -* at : ; cs ationals i 1 ide
owing to an a cident sustained in In the fourth series Rangers jgers. At present they are leading and fair cola te es a oe Ee a at weet tet us aac
the saddle (horse not motor-cycle) re caught the last day on a/but lost the last match to Police Ee ee ane aT with llarge, the professional. can mak.
5 = t oe right aS “vanes ) vicket pi so ae * Club. On Saturday they met hetusaieal atueetig - - ithe same mover as the amateu
uble », and he is going into \ t} same lis placed | George Parl als is stak= |? SS al ale 3 | . same 1 8 é Hos Gate ee
ital again for treatment, but ) Dame ahead | ix pc ing cf Maths wae aaa (se He comes from the other end] fraction of a secoud quicker—
harged 100 per 1d ct ure of e@ ff the | honours “aMPlonshlp | *”London—Hounslow—and went! which makes all the ee ote
cent fi hr as If so h oaths ial alls : ; Sed ani, : 43 tag to Hendon simply because Ar-; He fervently believ_s this wi
fi start aclising early in the n tl . ie ace: hye ‘ oe nae ie Ts knock and | cenal «having signed him. on/not be so on Saturday. What
New Year. : PROBIR SEN | ; ae Dees ith. .¢ hi d| ee ee ees 2. Alleyne took amateur forms back in 1939, putihappened last night at the team’s
: | foug 1 te x sat Notre Dame i ok alle go a a" ante him into that club when it’ was!tactical talk under coach Ted
ght victory against f > Mame. | Park owed on and wi "8 . i Gne : 4 , ai nadia
. =. * is ¢ I ters chien canine = od known as Golders Green. Gaskell is nobody’s business —
MOMENTS IN SHANGHAI ; Sats - Puig Wir Price ve a a Sas Gare ae Two ° officials Stanley andjexcept the 11 men of Hendon
e 4 © é t a ‘e scorec ¥. L0rde took 5 for a Me hasack sini —L.E.S
. tri ‘o ‘ ub z ug ( , , 1} ® a single match each they|20 and Harper 3 for 15 )Olaude_ Green took _an_interest_in ae
SHANGHAI Rugby Union Feotball club although now defunct wi 7 Fa aie 2 80 ety { 3 for ‘
always be remembered at Twickenham, English headquarters of a r . ae ast series 30 points lt oe’: for 15 brought his” , ae ‘
the game. For when the Shanghai club closed down the rema‘ning it a 1 A ihacatiies vate (eee wi kets to 79 for the! The Rarbades Police
eemed as i 2 s season, ! ;

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ca that the furniture was given (9 commemorate the many pleas- Ea ti Ss = chad eae | |
al umes between the local club and the British Naval and Army j #™\« OY Geaux orteted en ons ms |
niike site utattad ha i 5 ames and left the position un- t 3 | Don’t obe roceed signals from
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May Tip Scales eae LONDON, Dec.
First big golf competition of

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lin th semi-final These eré|Golfing Society President’s Puc-
Shell” Harris if he turns out for) ter, This is being staged at Rye
Dover and C. Daniel of Notre/from January 8—11. The first
Dame Harris is an experienced |round draw was made this week

player and his bowling and bat-|Lt. Col. A, A, Duncan, Welsh
ting cen turn the game for Dover. | Amateur emampion and newly

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Daniel is one of the youngsters | elected captain of the British
vyho impressed me in the Annual | Walker Cup team to play the
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this season he | September received a bye, In
ed a centt against Rangers.!the second round “he will meet
i century w made when, F D, Physick.
ru were most needed and he :
vas up against bowlers of the type | Dunean, who won the Putter
Barker, Blackman and Pinder, in 1948, finds himself in the same
eentury foliowed a half cen-\half of the draw as the holder
jtury in the first innings. Notre|/and former Walker Cup player
Dame are comprised of youngsters Leonard Crawley. Crawley whe
vho take games quite seriousl, /has won the Putter four times in








ind I believe they are out to add ull, opens his defence against
he trophy for this division of A. E. R. Gilligan who achieved
icket to the football cups they ,|fame as captain of England’s
von last year Yest cricket team,

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iiug brings together Cyril Tolley,
former amateur champion and
n against “/1f. S, Malik, India’s Ambassador
nckground of Middlesex enjoy-;;, Paris who played with him in

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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. 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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