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Surge of Impulse

Surge of Impulse

We have a great need for a new surge of impulse to put our country back in its true place in the world at the head of an Empire on which the sun never sets." Dock workers gave Mr. Churchill a rousing send-off as he stepped in his car to drive home. He responded by giving the " V
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
EXPORTS UP 13 PER CENT. LAST YEAR

EXPORTS UP 13 PER CENT. LAST YEAR

R. JOHN EDWARDS, 31. P., Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade, disclosed at Blackburn (Lancs.) last night that the provisional total of Britain's exports for 1949 was f 1,784,900,000. or 13 per cent above the 1948 total. Hospital Fire : Woman Provisional figures issued
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Dollar Talks

Dollar Talks

Only Pandit Nehru was reported to have stood aside from general agreement to recognise the Ban Dai regime, arguing that recognition might be a mistake if events failed to prove that the regime represented the will of the people. A communique said that officials engaged in econom
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
have pleasure in

have pleasure in

13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OATHS. MARRIAGES, DEATHS SPOOK.—At Wee Wales llospltal. Cu, a . on p. Ja ii a m, : i f .

OATHS. MARRIAGES, DEATHS SPOOK.—At Wee Wales llospltal. Cu, a . on p. Ja ii a m, : i f .

7. coLIMAN. — At Brookfield Nursing Berm. 12. to John and Patriots (Ms • son. FgaDIBICK.—On Jan. 11. at Glossop. to Stan and Vera Mae Powlen, of daughter (Christina Mar!). ',IINKINII.—Jan. 11, at Reath Park 1 0 = 7 . to Selwyn and Nina, a son, ~ for DI Wean. mgaiftlll.—On Jan. 1
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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SUSINESSIM PIMMISIS. NOTILS A DAY-Bt. ladJecent Churchill way).- 5,000 square feet Rite to be Leased for re-buildine; /VA per annum.—eels

SUSINESSIM PIMMISIS. NOTILS A DAY-Bt. ladJecent Churchill way).- 5,000 square feet Rite to be Leased for re-buildine; /VA per annum.—eels

Agents: Herb-u., Cardiff (1198/9). Reference 11.F.500. L~6I'AD. Maoist. Business. D licences. Port Talbot area; audited accounts available., —Apply Box 23822. Mail&Echo. Port Talbot.l VOR Bale. estab Ladles and Gents' Nairdressing Business. including all daturas. fittings. and s
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE' Walt Chaniiiii provide "points" Utious. At lea: striking coveted with tween tiv big it struggle 'humble point on year's

THE' Walt Chaniiiii provide "points" Utious. At lea: striking coveted with tween tiv big it struggle 'humble point on year's

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13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Conducted by "THE CL, WESTERN MAIL 6 SOUTH WALKS NMI, / ►Y, JANUARY WERE LUCI WINNERS Rhyl. Si Wreahatb. UJREXHAM

Conducted by "THE CL, WESTERN MAIL 6 SOUTH WALKS NMI, / ►Y, JANUARY WERE LUCI WINNERS Rhyl. Si Wreahatb. UJREXHAM

must deem themg selves very fortunate to have won their fifth round game of the Welsh Cup and so avenge themselves for the defeat they received in the same competition at Rhyl last year. The home side should have taken the lead had Spendlove and others accepted opportunities and
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TRIBUTk TO STAFF

TRIBUTk TO STAFF

Mr Bibby says he has continued to keep In touch with the officers of the bank who maintain the bank's reputation for courteous and efficient eervice, and he extends to every member the Board's appreciation and thanks. favourable to true econnude recovery •t id we are still faced
13 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THEATRES

THEATRES

NEW THEATRE CARDIFF TEL 376. Oen Ofßoe Om 10...-11. 2.0. TWICE DAILY. 101. PRINCE LITTLER An All Version el the PIINIE All Pantomimes "CINDERELLA" "It Is • shoo well up UN 'NOWT leise trodltlon."—South Milos LOW. "You'll sorry sou this —Motion Mad.
19 January 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales