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of Wales Saturday July 8 WELSH CRICKETERS by J R JONES Willy J ones nature” and surely evidence cricket of

of Wales Saturday July 8 WELSH CRICKETERS by J R JONES Willy J ones nature” and surely evidence cricket of

Glamorgan’s Mere according to purists a at ta “What fate” they ask “awaits a player constantly offends of revered of And then lugubrious indictment Jones seems possesses a marked tendency to draw away from the line ol and an off-side shot from somewhere and the - umpire stirt is
08 July 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday May 27 1950 BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS MEUOR1AM aouce births BATEMAN —On 13th V Hospital Malta hileeu

Herald of Wales Saturday May 27 1950 BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS MEUOR1AM aouce births BATEMAN —On 13th V Hospital Malta hileeu

yiit 20Ui Stouthul Mrs K Janice oung concerned WILLIAMS 21 Me Mrs concerned ENGAGEMENTS BERRY JENKINS engage-mciil far Mis Berrv o'Z Oivc Mrs Jenkns Hoad G-ndros CHARLES only Mr Mrs fc St Morris Erivs 5-27 A J 177 Danvgraig Poad Mi Mrs f J Dyer 55 Mr Mrs W I' Garnlwyd re-boeth o
27 May 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OF WALES Saturday January 14 1930 rwj For i REST in 'is MtICS FURMSHIVGS o No 7146 Saturday January 1950

OF WALES Saturday January 14 1930 rwj For i REST in 'is MtICS FURMSHIVGS o No 7146 Saturday January 1950

T yyo-Pence rn l” i” A ry 50 ai ?d le es The CHILDREN STRIKE FOR FREE BUSES Council promise aid Herald of Wales correspondent ilAHTHDRAWAL of school bus concessions at Blaen-" cwm Blaenrhondda and Mardy has led to nearly 100 Rhondda children being kept at home by their parents t
14 January 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales' Saturday December 2 1950 KIEW8BEEILS 'T'HERE will have to come a moment when casting will stop for

Herald of Wales' Saturday December 2 1950 KIEW8BEEILS 'T'HERE will have to come a moment when casting will stop for

that super-tremendous-gigantic-terrific “Quo Vadis?” being made in Rome— still being made in Rome ltest additions are seven swimming champions engaged to play Roman citizens who fall into the Tiber while trying to escape from Nero’s bonfire Wouldn’t It have been more remarkable
02 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
16 Herald of Wales Saturday April WIFE WHO PUT MOTHER FIRST IS DIVORCED SWANSEA DRAW IN SCHOOLS SHIELD FINAL DESCRIBED

16 Herald of Wales Saturday April WIFE WHO PUT MOTHER FIRST IS DIVORCED SWANSEA DRAW IN SCHOOLS SHIELD FINAL DESCRIBED

as a mother’s girl a Five Roads Llanelly wife Nancy Jenkins of Erwau Farm heard Mr Commissioner O T Temple-Morris KC say at Swansea Divorce Court : She should realise like other mothers’ girls’ that the husband comes first but she prefers to stay with her mother instead of being
29 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
OF WALES Saturday August 19 1950 For the BEST FASHIONS FABRICS FURNISHINGS 71771 Saturday August 19 1950’ Two-Pence Clouds PIT

OF WALES Saturday August 19 1950 For the BEST FASHIONS FABRICS FURNISHINGS 71771 Saturday August 19 1950’ Two-Pence Clouds PIT

MOVE IN Big cut in losses is claimed HERALD OF WALE3 CORRESPONDENT THE REFUSAL OF 500 MINERS EMPLOYED AT CILELY COLLIERY TON-YREFAIL LLANTR1SANT TO ACCEPT THE NCB DECISION TO CLOSE THEIR PIT HAS BEEN STRENGHTENED THE South WaLes Area executive council of the NUM has asked Union
19 August 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday April 22 1950 “BOBBY SOCKS” START A NEW CRAZE AT HANOVER I RHONDDA RETURNS TO THE

Herald of Wales Saturday April 22 1950 “BOBBY SOCKS” START A NEW CRAZE AT HANOVER I RHONDDA RETURNS TO THE

PLOUGH THE wheel cf Industry has turned full cycle at Ton Pentre Standing aloof above the serried ranks of Rhondda’s streets are the farms reminders of a bygone era when the valley was a pastoral one when life was lived in a more leisurely mode and when Rhondda was indeed a gree
22 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
16 Herald of Wales Saturday April 22 1950 HE f THREE-COUNCIL CONFERENCE CALLED 2000-HOME SITE TURNED DOWN Herald of Wales

16 Herald of Wales Saturday April 22 1950 HE f THREE-COUNCIL CONFERENCE CALLED 2000-HOME SITE TURNED DOWN Herald of Wales

Correspondent HONDO A Caerphilly and Llantrisant Councils are to be Invited by the Pontypridd authority to a conference to discuss the problem of their housing schemes being held up through non sanction of sites because of mining subsidence ' Tuesday night Pontypridd Housing Com
22 April 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
-jro or wares saturoay raro NOTABILITIES AT THE ROYAL WELSH SHOW Millions will found FROM PAGE ONE A pair of

-jro or wares saturoay raro NOTABILITIES AT THE ROYAL WELSH SHOW Millions will found FROM PAGE ONE A pair of

local notabilities Cefni Primrose and her Ally owned by Mr Trevor Lloyd Jones of Abergele won the brood mare and Ally A special jog trot for judges of the Shire 1949) competition by Manor Lady Fashion owned by Mr R A 8 Pleavin of Wrexham And Shire class winner Wenlock Royal Blue
29 July 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
21 He says he’ll the 1250 miles to Rome Materials £1000— No for the laboui years tenants the Tan-y-lan council

21 He says he’ll the 1250 miles to Rome Materials £1000— No for the laboui years tenants the Tan-y-lan council

house estate Coiwyn Bay formed a committee to funds for a social welfare centre worked hard and “SHAMELESS” WIFE KEPT FROM “A VARIETY” OF PoW cited as co-respondent A German prisoner-of-war was cited as co-respondent at Chester Divorce Court when James Pearson aged 29 steel work
21 October 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales