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ACCOMMODATION WANTED DROFESSIONAL Gentleman raw quires use of a front room every Friday In Port Talbot from 11 a.m. to

ACCOMMODATION WANTED DROFESSIONAL Gentleman raw quires use of a front room every Friday In Port Talbot from 11 a.m. to

8 p.m. Centre of town preferred. —Box No. 11408. Guardian Press, Neatb. WANTED, small self-contained 7V Flat In good neighbourhood. Would assist flnanciaßy with any alterations necessary to convert.—Apply W. Wood (Auctioneer) Ltd., 12 Green Street. Neath. Telephone 309.
October 27, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th

September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
B.R. RE-ORGAN/SE DISTRICT COMMERCIAL OFFICES

B.R. RE-ORGAN/SE DISTRICT COMMERCIAL OFFICES

Ray Milland Makes' GRAND Film Sequence in PORT TALBOT Wales Week commencing Sept. a TO-HO-HO: IT'S A BARREL OF - - - ----- cotouli . Teckale•ter Starrini:jilii4@li - ifISCONNZIR sad ----- H - EIEYFA - ciiiiiii - DOUBLE CROSSBONES
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
WORLD'S OLDEST OPERATOR?

WORLD'S OLDEST OPERATOR?

— Hailed as Britain's oldest" hello girl," and' believed to be the oldest female telephone operator in the world, Mrs. Bale broadcast over the Welsh Regional Programme seven years ago, and told listeners some of her experiences during the previous fifty years. Two years ago, how
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CENTRE PROBLEM

CENTRE PROBLEM

Once the wing problem has been dealt with, an even bigger decision has to be made, in choosing players for the centre positions. Phillips, Llew John, John O'Sullivan and Haldon Lodwig all deserve a chance. True, young Lodwig has played on the wing for the Wizards before and is a
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
What is Wrong with the Railways?

What is Wrong with the Railways?

Reader's Reply to Mr. W. H. Vaughan (To the Editor of the "Guardiad") Sir,—Mr. W. N. Vaughan makes a strong appeal on behalf of the lower paid worker on the railways and infers that the A.S.L.E. and F. and the R.C.A. are in some way responsible for this sad state of affairs. Whi
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEWS YOUTH

NEWS YOUTH

Clubman their ability at a certain subject, being more advanced than their fellow members. For instance, should one member prove himself or herself to be outstanding at a set subject, then they are given the opportunity to further their knowledge by attending these summer school
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Port Talbot Y.M.C.A. Cricket XI.

Port Talbot Y.M.C.A. Cricket XI.

Port Talbot Y.M.C.A. Cricket At the end of the season the , by virtue of their outstanding playing record, can well be numbered among the best clubs in Port. Talbot. Despite the fact that their side is composed mainly of university students, who naturally are not always available
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
STRICTER SUPERVISION OVER BUSES, SAYS MAGISTRATE CONDUCTRESS 101 ME MONEY FROM CASK BAG

STRICTER SUPERVISION OVER BUSES, SAYS MAGISTRATE CONDUCTRESS 101 ME MONEY FROM CASK BAG

rrHE HOPE that bus companies would ensure stricter 1 supervision over their buses on the Margam to Aberavon beach route, was expressed by Mr. W. R. Thomas, ORE., chairman of the Port Talbot Magistrates, on Thursday of Lsigt week, following the hearixtg of a case of larceny and r
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
NO TICKETS- GIVEN

NO TICKETS- GIVEN

NO TICKETS - GIVEN Opening the case of receiving against Eknvring, Mr. Byron Richards said the defendant was the driver rof the bus, and it appeared that by slowing down and speeding up on certain parts of the road,.the bus would become full, and that during the rush no tickets w
September 1, 1950 - Porthcawl Guardian - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, Wales