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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
 
Herald Wales Saturday December 9 1950 EXTRA TIME AG AIN-THEN LLANELLY CUP RUN ENDS PLAYING THEIR 11th FA Cup game

Herald Wales Saturday December 9 1950 EXTRA TIME AG AIN-THEN LLANELLY CUP RUN ENDS PLAYING THEIR 11th FA Cup game

of the season and their second replay but not before taking the challenge once fourth match in ten days Southern Leaguers Llanelly tired more into 6xtra time Here is one of their scoring efforts a but fighting to the last said goodbye the competition at shot by centre-forward Ma
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FARR LC CHILD STUDIES THIS WEEK’S MEMBERS of the Junior portrait gallery are Fetrina Ann Jones of The Nook Cadoxton

FARR LC CHILD STUDIES THIS WEEK’S MEMBERS of the Junior portrait gallery are Fetrina Ann Jones of The Nook Cadoxton

Neath and Seven-months-old Barry Davies of Seven Sisters Gifts REAL TEST OF TH TASTEFULNESS OF Christmas gift when one ca hardly bear to part with when the time of giving come: Here are some that int that category not only becaus they' are charming selves but also they ar so Fas
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 WANTED! RED NET Not until he has to indoctrination any attempt made involve him

of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 WANTED! RED NET Not until he has to indoctrination any attempt made involve him

“in the net” to use the Russians’ expressive phrase If the plan fails or is practicable the alternative is select a sympathiser and to endeavour to infiltrate him into post where he has access to confidential information In botn cases his Communist affiliations are kept secret M
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Suggestions An Umbrella is a really practical gift and one which is sure to be appreciated Umbrellas with Fox frames

Suggestions An Umbrella is a really practical gift and one which is sure to be appreciated Umbrellas with Fox frames

striped checked or plain with coloured borders from 29 Id Genuine Clan Tartan Umbrellas 4013d Folding Umbrellas from 63- Children’s Umbrellas from 20- Real kid Gloves fleece lined in wide range of shades 20'6d Suede and kid Gloves in Black Navy Brown £ other shades 206d Ocelot c
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald Saturday December 9 1950 15 Plenty of goals at the wrong end AFTER Arsenal had received drubbing at Bet

Herald Saturday December 9 1950 15 Plenty of goals at the wrong end AFTER Arsenal had received drubbing at Bet

on last Saturday of our players brought out wisecrack: “The only time it being at the top of the table is season has finished” There may a bit of Irish in that statement it Gun-tains at least a half-truth Arsenal had gone through a time— paints games and were cn of the table The
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
2 Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 FIFTY OF FURNISHING sensible to choose gift for and easy to find

2 Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 FIFTY OF FURNISHING sensible to choose gift for and easy to find

very thing at Electricity Showrooms some suggestions from a great variety An ELECTRIC TOASTER— golden perfection in 3 minutes Some models toast two sides once In polished chromium or enamelled finish From £2 5s Od to £4 14s An ELECTRIC BLANKET takes the chill winter nights Stand
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 richly reviving stout and it’s not bitter! MANY HAVE COVETED MORE ACHIEVED LESS

Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 richly reviving stout and it’s not bitter! MANY HAVE COVETED MORE ACHIEVED LESS

Just another JONES from Generally stout has slightly bitter taste But Mackescn’s smoothness comes pleasing change to many rich reviving after the long housework over Gorseinon THATS WHY SOME PEOPLE PREFER MACKESON’S It’s a matter of taste try it and taste the difference! WHITBRE
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 STATE TO TAKE OVER r FIRST WELSH LAND view of the determined effort

Herald of Wales Saturday December 9 1950 STATE TO TAKE OVER r FIRST WELSH LAND view of the determined effort

the Government were making to cut down capital expenditure it had been confidently expected that it would be some considerable time before we saw form of land nationalisation It is true of course that acreages of forests belong to the State and that pretty hefty planting program
09 December 1950 - Herald of Wales - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales