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PETS

LIVELY TABBY KITTEN (2 3 months), wants good home quickly. Phone Glan Conway 284. 7156 TALKING BUDGERIGARS, on approval; s.a.e. list. Mrs. Botterill. 2. Avon Street. Tunbridge Wells. Kent. 357 CARAVANS, SITES, ETC. ISt& LIVING VAN, as new: h. and c, water; shower, electric light
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

VIOLIN wanted; must be in good condition; state price.— Box 7129 "Weekly News" Con- SOUTHDOWN HATCHERIES - offer a number of November and December hatched growing pullets, in various breeds and crosses, at very reasonable prices. These ore the birds to obtain the high egg prices
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Unemployment in North Wales VIEW OF LABOUR CANDIDATE Speaking at a meeting of the Conway Constituency Labour Party at Llandudno

Unemployment in North Wales VIEW OF LABOUR CANDIDATE Speaking at a meeting of the Conway Constituency Labour Party at Llandudno

Junction on Saturday. Mr. Silvan Jones. the prospective Labour candidate, said that unlike Mr. Macmillan. Mr. Gaitskell did not go in for showmanship. His recent visit to North Wales was proof of his lively an d sympathetic interest in their affairs and problems. It was now clea
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
MR FL IL WILLIAMS

MR FL IL WILLIAMS

MR IL WILLIAMS The death took place recently at the West London Hospital of Mr. Robert Rees Williams, formerly of 19, Ronald-avenue, Llandudno Junction. Interment was at East Sheen Cemetery. the Rev. A. Fisher, officiating. Mr. Williams. a native of Llandudno Junction. went to Lo
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LIVERPOOL 3 RUPERT STALL

LIVERPOOL 3 RUPERT STALL

Supermarket, Rhyl LAST WEEK of SALE 10,000 YARDS CURTAIN MATERIALS AND NETS EXJM pies : Rose, Blue. 481 n. Cotton Tapestry. Red, 48in. Brocade. Green, Whale. 6 t ee n, Rust or /11 3/11 Wine. yd. 36in. Cotton Nets. A large Cross Blind in all widths A/ selection in Biscuit 1 / 1 1
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Woodland Road West COLWYN BAY

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Woodland Road West COLWYN BAY

Services: Sundays. 10.45 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.. Sunday School 10.45 a.m. Testimony Meeting. Wednesday, 7 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Colwyn Bay National Spiritualist Church 3s. Woodland Road West THURSDAY, 7.3! p.m. SATURDAY. 7.15 p.m.: SUN-111 DAY. 6.31 p.m.: MON
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
LETT

LETT

QUESTION OF SURVIVAL Sir,—lt has come to our notice that the W.V.S. is supplying speakers to var ious organisations to tell them what should be done in the event of a nuclear attack on Britain. Whilst not desiring to disparage the great work that has been performed by the W.V.S.
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Hancock's 1959 HOLIDAY TOURS LAND'S END. ILIHNEMOUTH & THE ISLE OF WIGHT. SCOTTISH AND TORQUAY AND ISLE OF WIGHT. WELSH

Hancock's 1959 HOLIDAY TOURS LAND'S END. ILIHNEMOUTH & THE ISLE OF WIGHT. SCOTTISH AND TORQUAY AND ISLE OF WIGHT. WELSH

AND WYE VALLEYS LAKES, YORKSHIRE DALES AND SCARBOROUGH TORQUAY AND STRATFORD-ON-AVON AIP C I OL tNo W r yN Brochure G A to: F OLD OR TRAVEL AGENTS Loans L 5 TO L 5,000 UNSECU RE 0 F. S. RICHARDS LIMITED 11, %V(asd d Le:ttact
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Ratan. Ruabon.

Ratan. Ruabon.

LIBERAL-INSPIRED Sir.--I must thank your correspondent, Mr. Silvan Jones. the prospective Labour candidate for Conway. for drawing attention to the "pioneer" legislation of the Liberal Party in the matter of social welfare. Every measure of reform In this country has been Libera
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
tennis Their voices were park on the air A Community hymn singing was broadcast in the Welsh Home Service on

tennis Their voices were park on the air A Community hymn singing was broadcast in the Welsh Home Service on

Sunday from St. Michael's Church, Abergele, and in our picture are seen members of the church and chapel choirs who took part.
January 22, 1959 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales