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OF WALES Saturday August 1950 For the BEST FASHIONS FABfUCS FURNISHINGS No 7175 Saturday August 1950 Two-Pence 30000 Rhondda Fach

OF WALES Saturday August 1950 For the BEST FASHIONS FABfUCS FURNISHINGS No 7175 Saturday August 1950 Two-Pence 30000 Rhondda Fach

YOUNG MINERS WELCOME “NEW DEAL”! OLD PEOPLE WILL NEED CONVINCING Herald of Wales correspondent 'T'ALKING to Rhondda Fach people about the plan to X-ray every one of 30000 men women and children in the Valley I found it obvious that 100 per cent co-operation will not be forthcomi
05 August 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Wales Saturday September 1950 FALLING HOUSES BURIED Mayor’s SLEEPING FAMILIES fund reaches £1000 Three houses collapsed Prince of Wales-road Swansea

Wales Saturday September 1950 FALLING HOUSES BURIED Mayor’s SLEEPING FAMILIES fund reaches £1000 Three houses collapsed Prince of Wales-road Swansea

on Saturday morning Two men and five children were killed Eight adults and seven children were injured Six more houses were condemned and evacuated this week Altogether 48 people families are homeless FUND to aid the distressed people launched by the Mayor of Swansea (Aider-man
16 September 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WALES Saturday July 22 IUU 7173 Saturday 22 Two-Pence For the BEST FASHIONS FABRICS FURNISHINGS Bird Stein LLANELLY THE “SCOTS’

WALES Saturday July 22 IUU 7173 Saturday 22 Two-Pence For the BEST FASHIONS FABRICS FURNISHINGS Bird Stein LLANELLY THE “SCOTS’

BOGOTA” BIG - Tl ME football is Llanelly’s aim And with the signing by Llanelly AFC of five full-time professionals from Scotland during the past two weeks the town is being talked of by the local pundits as “the Scotsmen’s Bogota” Manager Jack Golds-borough by now familiar figu
22 July 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday July 22 1950 AND NELL READS THE SIGN ON THE GATE THAT KEEPS village from the mountain

Herald Wales Saturday July 22 1950 AND NELL READS THE SIGN ON THE GATE THAT KEEPS village from the mountain

peep into the flesh are yellow bright among others darkened in wood and almost flinging the love that cut them Ihere “Dafydd and Nell And bbove them path stony winding into green solace bnd mist drift streams flown into the cwm the mist flrift that the mountain the winter Stands
22 July 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday July 22 1950 HIT ”!ssrsJ Field mice plague at AND NO BAND AND NO 76 DANCE! BUT

Herald Wales Saturday July 22 1950 HIT ”!ssrsJ Field mice plague at AND NO BAND AND NO 76 DANCE! BUT

Court flouted say police TVMEN Mrs Doris Mary Manson licensee the Sailors Safety Pwllgwaelod was summoned at Fishguard police court for supplying intoxicating drink after hours on June 30 Superintendent Richard Davies prosecuting alleged that she had ignored the police and flout
22 July 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Wales Saturday December 16 1950 y ( BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS MEMORIAM notice alia ' unco for every MARRIACES JONES

Herald Wales Saturday December 16 1950 y ( BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS MEMORIAM notice alia ' unco for every MARRIACES JONES

ENGLAND— On Dee 4th High Btrert T B-A( Morgan younger son Joseph Jones and Mrs 80 Morriston Mr Mrs T S 7 12-16 JOSLYN REES 9th Brunswick Meiiiodst Church and w A Joslyn of Sketty Va'erle younger - Christmas Greetings Mrs Terrace Swansea 12-16 WILKINSON WEARE— Dec 9 absent friend
16 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday 20 1950 SO FAKs r'siiw Inn Euctaco Cheviot drunken cousin Lord Carlyon and owner Hiihnoons Elinor

Herald of Wales Saturday 20 1950 SO FAKs r'siiw Inn Euctaco Cheviot drunken cousin Lord Carlyon and owner Hiihnoons Elinor

through a marriaxo ceremony with him Just bafore In return for his declaration arlyo I NSTACM iiiflp Inquest on Eustace inn Billingshurst where had with unfortunate accident two - earlier The sun shone and whole village turned out for remised to be iteresting affair accused me c
20 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday May 20 1950 ELEVEN MEN WITH A new TRADE A NEW REMPLOY FACTORY opened at Neath

Herald of Wales Saturday May 20 1950 ELEVEN MEN WITH A new TRADE A NEW REMPLOY FACTORY opened at Neath

this week The first eleven trainees were signed and have started work on new bookbinding and printing machinery A further intake of disabled is expected next week and it is hoped that employment for the full factory complement of 100 will provided before the end of the year THE
20 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday May 20 1950 13 THERE can be only one opening chapter to the big volume of

Herald of Wales Saturday May 20 1950 13 THERE can be only one opening chapter to the big volume of

Rhondda sporting traditions and that is story of Rhondda boxing The epio reached its climax In Tonypandy’s Tommy Farr and his near-world championship of 1936 but behind and of Farr are the other Rhondda boxers whose names are legion Some achieved fame others lived their lives an
20 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday 7 NEW YEAR’S BRIDE 1 MISS MARGARET EDWARDS of 63 Hebron-road Clydach and Mr Emlyn Rees

Herald of Wales Saturday 7 NEW YEAR’S BRIDE 1 MISS MARGARET EDWARDS of 63 Hebron-road Clydach and Mr Emlyn Rees

of Maes-y -Duffryn cut the cake after their wedding at Clydach Trinity Presbyterian Church Mr Rees is a schoolmaster at Sutton Bridge near Spalding Lines The bride a nurse an old pupil of Pontardawe Secondary School was chosen while in London to appear in the film “District Nurs
07 January 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales