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THANKS FOR SYMPATHY

THANKS FOR SYMPATHY

Dark.— Mrs G. Dark and family. wish to thank all relatives, fnends and neighbours for beautiful floral tributes received in their I recent sad bereavement. With special thanks to the Doctors Matron and Staff of the Abertillery and District Hospital, also to Mrs Doughty Omagh.— T
May 18, 1951 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Friday May 18th, MIL

Friday May 18th, MIL

May 18, 1951 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
At ABERTILLERY

At ABERTILLERY

PAVILIOX FOR SIX DAYS JANE WYMAN KM DOUGLAS The Glass Menagerie
May 18, 1951 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Abertillery v. Blaenavon. Rink 1, Abertillery Skip R. Rees, 20; Blaenavon B. Jones 15. Rink 2, Abertillery Skip G. Milder

Abertillery v. Blaenavon. Rink 1, Abertillery Skip R. Rees, 20; Blaenavon B. Jones 15. Rink 2, Abertillery Skip G. Milder

23: Blaenavon T. Matthews, 17. Rink 3, Abertillery. Skip F. Williams 18; Blaenavon W. Burnell 21. Rink 1. Ahertillery Skip F.. Sheen 22: Blaenavon Pr. Morgan 25.
May 18, 1951 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
Prestcold

Prestcold

REFRIGERATORS ICE-CREAM CONSERVATORS FISH STORAGE CABINETS ETC. SOLE DISTRICT AGENT Abertillery, 222 STIBBS
March 17, 1950 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 

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Morgan & Francis

Morgan & Francis

LTD.
November 17, 1950 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
SITUATIONS VACANT 'GOOD accommodation and food guaranteed to young men and young_ ladies in London Wholesale Textile Warehouse, as Clerks

SITUATIONS VACANT 'GOOD accommodation and food guaranteed to young men and young_ ladies in London Wholesale Textile Warehouse, as Clerks

and Warehousemen. Wages according to scale with additional pay for ability or special qualifications. Apply by letter stating age and experience to Secretary, Spencer, Turner and Boldero Ltd.. 61, Lisson Grove, London NWI (Close to MarTlebone and Paddington Stations.) WANTED. W
November 17, 1950 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
LEAGUE WEEKEND

LEAGUE WEEKEND

NOME Great by Women For Women Sunday: 11 cm., 3 p,m, Ip.m. Saturday-7-30: Programme by Homo League M.mbsrs and Singers. (Including Portrayal: "TM Hem of His Qsnnsnt.") day-3-90 p.m. Women's Meeting OolMst s Mrs L. W leks. - 7 p.m.— Rally with special musk) and song (Duettists: M
November 17, 1950 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
The Deadly Me: This title chaplain the Rev. W. F. Tregmay well be given to the stretch ;lowa, M.B.E. gave

The Deadly Me: This title chaplain the Rev. W. F. Tregmay well be given to the stretch ;lowa, M.B.E. gave

an address. of road between the Horse Shoe The "Last Post'' was sounded by bend and Crumlin, for on Sunday 'Bugler T. Weston. This service yet another accident occurred in 'was very well attended. The chapwhich a motorist received injuries lain. himself n victim of war inwhich n
November 17, 1950 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
(Continued from Pais 3)

(Continued from Pais 3)

Hope however persisted in his infringements, one of which earned for him a banjo blow from the referee, who sent Hope sprawling ou the floor. Upon rising, Hope sent a blow to the Don's midriff, and the Spaniard went to his corner slight ly winded. The Spaniard wreaked his reveng
November 17, 1950 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales