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of Wales Saturday January 21 1950 Mothers threaten ' school strike Mothers in the ‘‘Lamb and Flag” area of Vale

of Wales Saturday January 21 1950 Mothers threaten ' school strike Mothers in the ‘‘Lamb and Flag” area of Vale

of Neath may call a school strike if transport is not provided to take their children to school at Cwrrgwrach THE situation arises from schools reorganisation in the division including the transfer of children from Glynneath school Cwm-wrach The transfer means that these childre
21 January 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Film serial Documentary triumph LTHOUGH British stars and films figure several the “Oscar” awards lly one film proved a winner

Film serial Documentary triumph LTHOUGH British stars and films figure several the “Oscar” awards lly one film proved a winner

hat was Daybreak in Udi a entral Office Information (Tice chosen the best docu-lentary feature ory a simple one the bulld-ig of a maternity home illage in Nigeria award is but one more ibute excellence ritish non-fiction film produc-on a department film-laklng which though it ca
08 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Colliery clerk will be Herald Wales Saturday April 8 opera HERALD WALES CORRESPONDENT RADIO Engineer David G Morris of Henry-street

Colliery clerk will be Herald Wales Saturday April 8 opera HERALD WALES CORRESPONDENT RADIO Engineer David G Morris of Henry-street

Tonypandy is hoping that all Rhondda will be opera conscious during the week 24-29 for it is going to be a big week in David s amateur theatrical life and in the life of his wife Madame F Dallimore Morris and quite an event too for the 60 members of the Mid-Rhondda Amateur Youth
08 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
of Wales Saturday April 8 SWANSEA TOWN GAIN REVENGE— THERE’S IRONY IN THESE GOALS SAILING TICKETS RE-INTRODUCED TO AND FROM

of Wales Saturday April 8 SWANSEA TOWN GAIN REVENGE— THERE’S IRONY IN THESE GOALS SAILING TICKETS RE-INTRODUCED TO AND FROM

IRELAND SUMMER SEASON 1950 Sailing tickfts (issued free of charge) be required passengers travelling from Ireland on CERTAIN DATES between 9th June and September 1950 the following cross-channel routes: Beaten by Merthyr in the final of Welsh Senior Cup last season Swansea Town
08 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Saturday April 1950 MAN CRUSIXIEID I8¥5 OKI- LFRED AWBERY 63-years-old warehouseman off The Glebe Bishopston went into the

Herald of Saturday April 1950 MAN CRUSIXIEID I8¥5 OKI- LFRED AWBERY 63-years-old warehouseman off The Glebe Bishopston went into the

well of hoist at Swansea Docks pick coal for an fire He was crushed to death by 25-ton cradle coal hoist cradle was driven by hydraulic pressure and worked silently Awbery would hot have it operator could not see the well - At Swansea inquest Wat-kin Thomas of North Hill said wh
08 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OF WALES Saturday THE BOY ‘HOUDIN1’ CAUGHT Herald of Wales Correspondent THE 15-years-old four-feet-high escape expert who clung to the

OF WALES Saturday THE BOY ‘HOUDIN1’ CAUGHT Herald of Wales Correspondent THE 15-years-old four-feet-high escape expert who clung to the

side of a speeding express train after breaking away from an escort taking him back to an approved school at Bristol was recaptured late on Wednesday night near his home at Merthyr Tydfil The boy was immediately taken to the central police station and there locked in the cell fr
11 March 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
''WiWiii'!: THE NEW FILMS: BYJWARDOUR SUCH HAGGARD EMOTION -SO DEPRESSING rpHREE people two women and a man become involved in

''WiWiii'!: THE NEW FILMS: BYJWARDOUR SUCH HAGGARD EMOTION -SO DEPRESSING rpHREE people two women and a man become involved in

- an emotional crisis and try to find a solution by using their intelligence rather than their natural instincts It sounds all very grown up but the result that The Astonished Heart” of which this is the theme proves to be film which is artificial and singularly unmoving A pity
11 March 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
of Wales Saturday June 3 1950 3 FIRST WE MUST TAKE THEATRE SERIOUSLY By “David” needs no Freud to observe

of Wales Saturday June 3 1950 3 FIRST WE MUST TAKE THEATRE SERIOUSLY By “David” needs no Freud to observe

the aggressive seif-assertiveness which clouds and fogs many of the issues arising daily in Welsh life including the theatre Not so long ago the Welsh middle classes touched their forelocks to the English and said “Sir” In rediscovering Wales and the Welsh language many of them
03 June 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WARDOUR S TALK of Wales Saturday May 13 1950 CANDY STRIPE COSTUME PIECE PAGE THREE THEATRE BY DAVID” finds neath

WARDOUR S TALK of Wales Saturday May 13 1950 CANDY STRIPE COSTUME PIECE PAGE THREE THEATRE BY DAVID” finds neath

KAY Ml LLANO’S pleasure at the signing of Margaret Phillips to play as his wife in the flm "A Life of Her Own” was a mystery to the rest of the unit until he explained He revealed that both he and Miss Phillips had enjoyed the same surroundings as children They were both born in
13 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Wales Saturday May 13 1950 WOODCOCK ARRIVES This “benefit” should be national effort By Ringman NEWS that group sportsmen near

Wales Saturday May 13 1950 WOODCOCK ARRIVES This “benefit” should be national effort By Ringman NEWS that group sportsmen near

Pontypridd are hoping to stage a benefit show on June aid Cliff Morris the popular Pontypridd featherweight deserves wide support Efforts the organisers will be well rewarded if this proposed show will raise sufficient money to spend on medical treatment Cliff in Switzerland Fra
13 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales