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PHANTOM MY

PHANTOM MY

- - ALAN CURTIS, THOMAS GOMEZ
November 3, 1944 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
MONO or ADMISSION Nur DOWNSTAIRS 91. lALCMY 11.91. Ilapdes 11. nub nalisomma mom tlis :lob to slier say Pr0p..... ratan adaisoss.

MONO or ADMISSION Nur DOWNSTAIRS 91. lALCMY 11.91. Ilapdes 11. nub nalisomma mom tlis :lob to slier say Pr0p..... ratan adaisoss.

or ADMISSION DOWNSTAIRS 91. lALCMY 11.91. Ilapdes 11. mom slier say ratan 'employment policy' it is proposed to 'promote the prosperity of the basic industries on which they primarily depend,' such as coal, steel, engineering and ship-building. It is the aim of Govenunent policy
November 3, 1944 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 3, 1944 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
NI INI MI TAKEN PRIS

NI INI MI TAKEN PRIS

ONER AT ARMEN WE have great pleasure in n d giving the good news Mr. Mrs. T. Turner of IA, that Vivian-street, Abertillery have been informed that their son. t a: r Thomas Henry Turner, R.E., me Division, is alive but a prisoner of war, having been taken at Arnhem by the Germans.
November 3, 1944 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
KILLED IN ACTION

KILLED IN ACTION

News was received on Thursday of last week that Sergeant William A. Powell, M.M., Royal Fusiliers, whose home is at Brondeg Bungalow, Aberbeeg, had been killed in action in Italy. The late Sergeant Powell, who was 25, was awarded the Military Medal for outstanding bravery at the
November 3, 1944 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 

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Bon Marche Ltd

Bon Marche Ltd

ABERTILLERY. N.! lisusewlves Demise. A very successful dinner was held at the Station Hotel, Abertillery, on Tuesday, October 2-Ith. The honoured guests were Mrs. Llewellyn (Abergpvenny), County Organiser: Supt. Lewis Moore and Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Amphlett (Llanhilleth), Divisional
November 3, 1944 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Woman's Realm.

Woman's Realm.

Camping holiday. are now very pop* lar, and if they are well organised alai all the campers are imbued with the true camping spirit—making the best of things and laughing at difficultiesthen they can be very jolly affairs in. deed. The woman who has never camped is sometimes puz
September 9, 1927 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
ABERTILLERY

ABERTILLERY

County School, Abortlllory.—The autumn term commences next Tuesday, September 13th. Eoonomy.—Good Bread means good health. Every mouthful of E. Jefferies & Sons Gold Medal Bread invites another. Try it I (Advt., Sale of Men's and Youths' Snits Raincoats, Flannels, Hats,Ties, Shi
September 9, 1927 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
New FURS

New FURS

For Early ZING STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, ABERTILLERY. Services at 11 cm. and 6 p.m. Preacher: Rev. T. REEVES (Pastor)
September 9, 1927 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL.

HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL.

BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH, SIX BELLS. Services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Primates: Rev. T. C. DAVIES (Crickhowell)
September 9, 1927 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales