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Photo by A V Knowles Mae.,teg and Port Talbot A group photograph taken after the Amateur Boxing Tournament held at

Photo by A V Knowles Mae.,teg and Port Talbot A group photograph taken after the Amateur Boxing Tournament held at

Caerau Institute last Friday. Left to right: Mr. David Jenkins, David Lewis, Ivor Pickens (Jur), Fred Pitts. Mr. Ivor Pickens. Selwyn Davies. Mr. W. Lewis. I . . . . v , . , , r . , . . '. . II .. .. . 4 4' t . 1 . 1 r . , . , • i I • t , I .. , • ‘ 4 4.. "11°. % 'V ~'..:',, . .
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Illaiesteg & Garth

Illaiesteg & Garth

Lib Anus Y.P.S. -. An inter- - estiag and instructive meetaccepting a post to teach in was held at Libanus these subjects. A fortnightf Church, Garth. on Monday, ago Miss Petty gave a dewhea the Young People's lightful recital at Canaan Society held a "Brains Trust Vestry under
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CYMDEITH3 TY'R CYMRY, MUSTEC The Salvation Any Its Beginning in Rhodesia (By a Special Contributor)

CYMDEITH3 TY'R CYMRY, MUSTEC The Salvation Any Its Beginning in Rhodesia (By a Special Contributor)

Nearly 60 years ago, a small group of Salvation Army Officers, in a cape wak. gon drawn by 16 oxen, set out from Kimberley on a Journey that marks the beginning of one of the Army's epic stories of courage and adventure—gold had been discovered in Mashonaland. which formed part
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
W. D. THOMAS. •

W. D. THOMAS. •

rnglnenr and Manager, Cilyncorront Undertaking Evienny Road. Mriopteg. 27th.. 1950
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CM. W. R. Ockwell, Partheawl and Cardiff

CM. W. R. Ockwell, Partheawl and Cardiff

The death, occurred at; "Avondale." Peterstbin-Super-i Ely. Cardiff. on Tuesday week Cllr. William Redmond Ockwell. aged 76 ' , cars. Mr. Ockwell was a nativi of Nottage. Porthcawl. thel son of the late Mr. and Mrs J Ockwell, and a brother Mrs Charles Bragg. Jubilee' Carlens. No
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Mr. Thomas Brace, Caerau and Cardiff •

Mr. Thomas Brace, Caerau and Cardiff •

The funeral of Mr. Thomas Brace took place on Wednes day week at Llangynwyd Churchyard. Mr. Brace had lived at 61 Coegnant Road. Caerau, for 79 years prior to his removal to live with his nephew at Cardiff. two years ago. He was one of the oldest members and a trustee of filloh
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Mrs A. R. Car.!ff. Porthcawl

Mrs A. R. Car.!ff. Porthcawl

The death has occurred at " Norwood." Arlington Place, Porthcawl. of Mrs Annie R Caniff. at the age of 79 years. Mrs. Cana' was the of the late Mr. Josena Cana a Nrmer member of the Ogmore and Garw Urban Council. and headmaster of Evanstown School for thirty-eight y-ars. Her bro
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Indecent Language

Indecent Language

Frederick William John Watts. a cafe assistant, of 114 Nolton Street. Bridgend. was fined £1 by Maesteg Magistrates on Monday for making use of indecent language. William Davies, a collier, of Gwarnan House, Bryn, Caerau, was fined 10s. for a simi lar offence.
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
For try Vuilun. s. ' through Dick who

For try Vuilun. s. ' through Dick who

In the second half. _ leg injury, Bridgend lost Thomas. the right-centre, had been their best back. ISnooks raced over for his third' try, while Hier and Lloyd added' two more, Shem Davies convertl ing one.
January 27, 1950 - Glamorgan Advertiser - Maesteg, Mid Glamorgan, Wales