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RAlTiTiERN SERYiLGE OUT of eight entrants 16-' years-old Maureen Hilton of Dundonald-road Colwyn Bay has won first prize in the

RAlTiTiERN SERYiLGE OUT of eight entrants 16-' years-old Maureen Hilton of Dundonald-road Colwyn Bay has won first prize in the

local heats at Chester— of national beauty competition Maureen who has Just left school holds several swimming championship cups and takes her morning dip every day of year modern method of training the farmers of to-morrow HERALD OF WALES CORRESPONDENT THE urban student' often
20 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday May 20 1950 Bruce draws the crowds For your information More than 2000 branches at home and

Herald Wales Saturday May 20 1950 Bruce draws the crowds For your information More than 2000 branches at home and

thousands of banking agents abroad provide the Midland Bank with an unrivalled information service which is available all engaged in trade with countries overseas A comprehensive overseas banking service meets the demands of all who consult the MIDLAND BANK What after some heavy
20 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1930 SO OLIVIER BE BEWHISKERED BOBBY IN THE CAN-YOU-SPOT-THEM FESTIVAL FILM-AT CUT PRICE FROSTY

Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1930 SO OLIVIER BE BEWHISKERED BOBBY IN THE CAN-YOU-SPOT-THEM FESTIVAL FILM-AT CUT PRICE FROSTY

WEATHER work in the GARDEN WITH npHE only co-operative activity to be undertaken by cost its backers £100000 "The Friese-Greene cinematography’s inventor during Britain's Festival times that amount under ordinary circumstances Derrick de Mamey and Rosamund John She shall have mu
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Saturday December 9 1950 LOSES Pictures by Herald of Wales cameraman John Harries urself pearls tr beads Fur supple enough

Saturday December 9 1950 LOSES Pictures by Herald of Wales cameraman John Harries urself pearls tr beads Fur supple enough

to tie under makes new cravats Wide ones encircle are tied the broad covering the revers of a top-coat Narrower cravat3 are versatile be worn under the coat collar tied slip knot like man’s tie or straight round the over the breast under the coat so that they look like a fur ves
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Wales Saturday July 1950 Icirffllldfl AND MID-GLAMORGAN HERALD llncorporating Tha Cambrian and Waakly ") Offices l CASTLE BAILEY STREET SWANSEA

Wales Saturday July 1950 Icirffllldfl AND MID-GLAMORGAN HERALD llncorporating Tha Cambrian and Waakly ") Offices l CASTLE BAILEY STREET SWANSEA

Telephone i Swansea 3951 London Officer Carmelite House EC4 Tela Central SATURDAY JULY 8 '-MANCHURIA KORFfl CROSS Korea’s invisible dividing line the 38th parallel of latitude Stormed the Communist-controlled troops of northern territory And ns they thrust towards the fertile pl
08 July 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday May 27 1950 15 WELSH RUGGER STARS —By R JONES CLIFF raise-a-laugh DAVIES roar and spurs tho

Herald Wales Saturday May 27 1950 15 WELSH RUGGER STARS —By R JONES CLIFF raise-a-laugh DAVIES roar and spurs tho

dilatory of late-comors Cardiff Arms Park on a Saturday afternoon lands itself divers for instanae portend punt of diabolism from Billy bone-shaking tackle Matthews of Bleddyn's threepenny another “paean for football of Hercules’ Clin Davies If accept (as 1 think must) that peop
27 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OF WALES Saturday 5 1350 For the BEST FASHIONS FABRICS FURNISHINGS “DON’T BE FOOLISH” FLAG-FIRE MEN TOLD HERALD OF WALES

OF WALES Saturday 5 1350 For the BEST FASHIONS FABRICS FURNISHINGS “DON’T BE FOOLISH” FLAG-FIRE MEN TOLD HERALD OF WALES

CORRESPONDENT TWO Cardiff ex-Service-men who set fire to a Union Jack which they had hauled down from a tower at Caerphilly Castle during the National Eisteddfod there were found guilty of committing malicious at Caerphilly magistrates’ court this week Clifford John Bere of Wynd
26 August 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
2 Herald of Wales Saturday January 14 1950 BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS MEMOR1AM similar words (min) 2'-i then for five words

2 Herald of Wales Saturday January 14 1950 BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS MEMOR1AM similar words (min) 2'-i then for five words

or ot BIRTHS BRIDGMAN j Koud Jail 6th Eyril Jan 2nd 1950 Hoad Jan 3rd Mr W J (William DEV I —On Dee 28th at Mr Mrs i Wade Aienue stalyfera I Eli? belli) ail concerned 1-14 EVANS Jan bill btouthull Mr Mrs T J Evans Road concerned 1-14 anjELL Jan 141 Rd Mr Mrs J (nee Beryl daughte
14 January 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday January 14 1950 SPEEDWAY FOR SWANSEA “OK” IN PRINCIPLE ROY SUTTON CROSSES THE LINE Swansea Council’s

Herald of Wales Saturday January 14 1950 SPEEDWAY FOR SWANSEA “OK” IN PRINCIPLE ROY SUTTON CROSSES THE LINE Swansea Council’s

Parliamentary Com- mittee this week received an application for speedway racing at Fforestfach the Town Clerk Mr T B Bowen disagreed with a suggestion that within the terms of the present lease the new sport could take place at the greyhound racing stadium In the circumstances t
14 January 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
2 Herald Wales April 29 1950 ttIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS IN MEMORIAM train '& 01 AMBROSE April 23rd 1930 Margaret Thom

2 Herald Wales April 29 1950 ttIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS IN MEMORIAM train '& 01 AMBROSE April 23rd 1930 Margaret Thom

wife ol Geotlrey Ambrose Cherns R chard Ivor) 4-29 BATES 22nd Nursing Home OeofT Paul) ian 4-29 DAVIES Apr 23rd at Morrlston Hospital to Mr R ncere 4-2!) JONES at 1 Road ch Mr Mrs Jones (Jeffrey and attendance 4-29 MICHAEL On April Mr Mrs Michael i Aelybrvn Mumbles son nurse 4-2
29 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales