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FIVE DAY WORKING WM ROTARY CLUB TOLD OF PRINTING INDUSTRY CHANGE

FIVE DAY WORKING WM ROTARY CLUB TOLD OF PRINTING INDUSTRY CHANGE

The five day working week, which has just been widely , introduced into the printing industry, us a result of the change over from a 48 to a 45 hour week, was the subject of an address by Rotarian Arthur Goodridge. Editor of the "Guardian." to a well attended meeting of Neath Ro
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA

SWANSEA

and lERIE UCIEATIIIIIIIIII OPEU OCT. 1 Ith For Ono Week only to October 15th. TWICE DAILY AT 5.15 and S.• p.m. Saturday, Oct, 16th only, at A 7.5 p.m. ADMISSION: 1/3, 2/5, 3/9, 5/- and 7/6. 76 and 5 , - reserved seals may be booked in advaiva. Olt the ground or by 'phone AVER Sw
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BERTRAM MILLS' CIRCUS COMING!• GLITTERING CAVALCADE OF STAR ARTISTES

BERTRAM MILLS' CIRCUS COMING!• GLITTERING CAVALCADE OF STAR ARTISTES

Bertram Great Tenting will visit Swansea on Monday. Oi•toheilith, for one week. It will he at Swansea Bay Recreation Ground. and there will be two performances daily at and k p.m. On Saturday, October 16th. the times will be 3 and 7 p.m. The advance wagon is now on the ground, a
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOR SALE OR TO LIT DROPERTIES, Sale and Let, als, , purchased by Assurance. Free possession at death. Large Building

FOR SALE OR TO LIT DROPERTIES, Sale and Let, als, , purchased by Assurance. Free possession at death. Large Building

as Factory, Boxing, Skating Rink. Rents Collected: radius 50 miles, 1-2-3-monthly statements. Courts attended—Clients' behalf. Agent leading property owners. etc. Auction sales conducted; valuations for Probate. Life and all Insurances effected. Building Land and Plots for Sale.
April 21, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The Week at Cwmavon

The Week at Cwmavon

PORT TALBOT DOOMED IF IT SUCCEEDS? Ti Use Editor of the " Guardian " Sir,—lt seems that certain members of the Council are determined to destroy the town by re-introducing the Camel-back Bridge Scheme. It is quite obvious to anyone who gives this question a little thought, that
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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DRAMATIC OPENING

DRAMATIC OPENING

The g - ae ------ o - pe -- rieTl fiooser Williams. Glynneath's inside half, fielding the ball. kicked erratically upfield into the hands of Beg Saunders, the Skewen centre, who. cutting 'diagonally across the field from the half-way line. weaved his way through a dozen Glynneat
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BEATEN BY A POINT EAOLESSUSH OUT OF LUCK AT MUMBLES Mumbles Its.; WagNava tots.

BEATEN BY A POINT EAOLESSUSH OUT OF LUCK AT MUMBLES Mumbles Its.; WagNava tots.

Eaglesbush lost by point to Mumbles 11.F.C. at the Mumbles on Saturday. Play was very scrappy at the outset, and the referee had to warn both sides several times on their scrummaging. Eaglesbush were penalised for a scrum infringement, and the home team were able to take the lea
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SEVEN SISTERS WIN HARD GAME TN'S PROVIDE STRONG OPPOSITION IN "SNOOND-HALY

SEVEN SISTERS WIN HARD GAME TN'S PROVIDE STRONG OPPOSITION IN "SNOOND-HALY

Seven Sisters lipts.; Ynis nil Seven Sisters showed improved form when they entertained Yids at the Welfare Ground on Saturday, and were victorious by two tries to nil. Keen interest_ was taken in the game. on accoutil'of the fact that the position of otitside-half in the home s
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FULL SACK BELOW FORM

FULL SACK BELOW FORM

T. O. James, the Aberavon custodian. fell below his usual form, having to slice many of his kicks owing to the quick following up of the Bridgend pack. On many occasions also he faded to kick easy penalty goals. which might have turned defeat into victory. Apart from his kicking
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
 
POLICE OFFICERS RESCUE ROOF RIMINI AT MEATH

POLICE OFFICERS RESCUE ROOF RIMINI AT MEATH

POLICE OFFICERS RESCUE ROOF AT MEATH Two members of Neath Borough Police Force Sergeant Edwin Allen and Constable Alf red Ladbrook revealed commendable courage in effecting the rescue of a cat from the roof of 8, Mile End Row, Melincryddan, early on Monday morning. The officers w
October 8, 1937 - Port Talbot Guardian - Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales