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COLWYN Telephone: Colwyn Boy 3164

COLWYN Telephone: Colwyn Boy 3164

December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
!SITUATIONS VACANT AN WANTED . . N UMW a (fernale) recpain with ,^r without experience. Mental Hospital. Whi IrOuvrlict damns

!SITUATIONS VACANT AN WANTED . . N UMW a (fernale) recpain with ,^r without experience. Mental Hospital. Whi IrOuvrlict damns

!SITUATIONS VACANT AN WANTED . . N a (fernale) recpain with , ^r without experience. Mental Hospital. Whi IrOu v rl i ct damns - nittey rate of wages and donof Service—Apply. Resident Medical Officer. Firyn-y- Neuadd. Llanfairtechan Csernarvonshire. 2314 WOMAN requires 1 vr 1 mor
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
.4 FAMOUS 'WHITS every packet of Dunhill cigarettes is my personal guarantee that the contents will always maintain the high

.4 FAMOUS 'WHITS every packet of Dunhill cigarettes is my personal guarantee that the contents will always maintain the high

quality•associated with the name Dunhill.
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
STAGE and i SCREEN^

STAGE and i SCREEN^

STAGE i SCREEN^ racket- Mason. To-day , Dr. 3, 4.5. Continuous trim USENET GIRANT DEBORAH KERR in WIFE with wALTilit'llitlMSON. ST. 401 IN. 2.15. 5.30. 8.30. Ililarions a riot how Cary carrics on! TATLOR, WILLIAM POWELL, FERNANDO LAMAS yllE GIRL WHO HAD . 3 -.'-''' EVERYTHING At
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
on The grip** I! unfold-I shown flfl of a losing' Wvom- ok _ DCCfrnber, Ott !co,rWay

on The grip** I! unfold-I shown flfl of a losing' Wvom- ok _ DCCfrnber, Ott !co,rWay

on The grip** I! unfold- I shown flfl of a losing' Wvom- ok _ DCCfrnber , O tt !co,rWay • DlVOntift "MEN'S CONSERVATIVE AND CNIOWIST ASSOCIATION
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 

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TWT/lILL FIELD-"FINEST

TWT/lILL FIELD-"FINEST

Councillor Owen Evans recalled that the council had passed a resolution to resist strongly any effort to build a school on Twthill field which. In his opinion, was the finest site that could be put forward in the borough. Stating that the first approach regarding Twthill had com
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
CHILDREN'S ART

CHILDREN'S ART

Captain F. Lees. - of Ms Mawr, Hods first prize winner, "Market Day." WHAT do children think • about in this modern age? The 275 works, out of more than 1,300 sent from 74 schools, accepted for the fourth National Exhibition of Children's Art In Wales. provide a revealing cross-
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Letters to the Editor LICENSED TRADE AND ROAD SAMTY Sir. Licensed victuallers

Letters to the Editor LICENSED TRADE AND ROAD SAMTY Sir. Licensed victuallers

feel a special anxiety bver the growing dangers and disasters on the roads. They are as humane and public-spirited a set of men as any to be found in the country, and they know that with every fresh wave of alarm there will be further attempts to make them scapegoats for what is
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Ipiibse Jima" this best The mysteries .c. ndered . and . Jones . W. Starr

Ipiibse Jima" this best The mysteries .c. ndered . and . Jones . W. Starr

Ipiibse Jima" this best The mysteries ndered . and . Jones . W. Starr were over Later in the _evening Mr Peter Thomas. M.P.. arrived and was introduced by Mt. Clowes. Thanks to Mr. Judge for his arrangements for the event and to the artistes were expressed by Mr. Clowes. The toas
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales
 
Autumn pilgrimage

Autumn pilgrimage

It was on a fine autumn very fine and beautiful:y proafternoon that I went on a pil- DO:Atoned front is capped by .1 grimage to th e old chur c h which now only on e bell t o of St. Mary at Caer-Rhun. The coun- distinctive double. bell-cot e raver. tryside was rich in co call wo
December 3, 1953 - North Wales Weekly News - Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, Wales