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NEW THEATRE Tel. 371 5.0 TWICE NI •.15 Wersanal Appearanee of the Famous •tar, Wean and Radio Canadian FRANK RANDLE In MN New Mead Shaw. RANDLE'S SCANDALS OF And Full 'uppedlns Company. DRINCII OF WALES THEATRE Nightly at 7.0 p.m. T.I. 3525. Matins Saturday at 2.30. Mt.► Dearing
May 1, 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WALES SHOULD HAVE OWN "COUNTRY

WALES SHOULD HAVE OWN "COUNTRY

,WELSH RADIO By " Y more scope. familiar "safe" That is my us this programme, really -- -- it the go" ipeeches, of the midnight The compere seems worried Let him fore inside the then. critics' tor , " Welsh Rarebit and full of fun. were back last travelling. But wl ear was the t
May 1, 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LOST •NO POUND

LOST •NO POUND

lOST, Sunday, April 23, Black Spaniel DOS. between Cern FtOleSt and Markham Pietist return to 107, Commercial-at., Aberbargoed; tinder rewarded; Pollee notified. 06T. Thursday Evening, between Cathe7t Library , General Station, Gold Bracelet, wide band with engraved edges. rewar
May 1, 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
No Competitions

No Competitions

Mr. Davies outlined a challenging plan for putting the drama on a firmer footing in Wales. Every county ought to have its own drama organiser, he said. (Four of five counties. I believe, have already appointed such a specialist). Then there should he inter - county fraternal mee
May 1, 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GLOUCESTER'S NINTH GAME 'WITHOUT DEFEAT

GLOUCESTER'S NINTH GAME 'WITHOUT DEFEAT

SIDLOW SOUND Welsh international full-backs on opposite sides—Barnes and Lambert—had good matches. while ISidlow also did some sound things in goal. Not a great match by any means, but one in which, my London colleagues assure me, Arsenal played above themselves. The first goal
May 1, 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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May 1, 1950 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Snow kills cows

Snow kills cows

A cow and a heifer were electrocuted at Abbey View Farm. near Whitbv. yesterday, when melting snow dripped through the roof above the cow byre on to the switches of the milking machine.
February 28, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WE STREAMLINE PRELIMINARIES

WE STREAMLINE PRELIMINARIES

We in Beechams have the complete building organisation, including departments for every phase of building from first design to final finishing. Consequently we can quote firm prices as soon as sketch designs are agreed, saving much valuable time over the usual procedure when out
February 28, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
UTCHMAN REQUIRES WINDMILL

UTCHMAN REQUIRES WINDMILL

fro StOrel) Why? Who knows. Perhaps he lives on top of a hill. Or maybe he's making his own helicopter Whatever his reasons the way to find ust what he wants is through the WESTERN MAIL Small Ad. service. You may find just what you are looking for among today's Small Ad. columns
June 27, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Concrete highly resistant to chemical attack.

Concrete highly resistant to chemical attack.

June 27, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales