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One, a Super-Constellation, had 64 passengers and six crew aboard, and the other, a DC-U, carried 58 people. Among them were 15 children. It is the worst disaster in ,commercial airline history, and 'the second worst crash ever. in the worst, in June, 1953. 129 people died in an
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
2561,000 gain on NFU meat sales

2561,000 gain on NFU meat sales

THE National Farmers Uni stock Marketing Corpora Shot judge is better Mr. Justice •Bernard Shaw is expected to resume in Nicosia on Thursday the hearing of a bomb-throwing case which was interrupted when E.O.K.A. gunmen tried to assassinate him. He will be discharged from Nicosi
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ROADSIDE MEMORIAL TO GEORGE VI

ROADSIDE MEMORIAL TO GEORGE VI

STANDING 500 ft. up on the top of Garrowbv Hill overlooking the plain of York, a 20ft.-high wooden cross which has been erected by Lord Halifax to the memory of King George VI was yesterday blessed and dedicated by the Archbishop of York in the presence of Yorkshire farm workers
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
"Still In pain"

"Still In pain"

" On the Tuesday night his toes were cold and Dr. Ryder Davies WAS called in. The doctor slit the plaster.' Her husband revisited the hospital on the Wednesday. but on his return home he was still in pain, she said. The following Monday she noticed a blister under the toe and we
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Two cheques Aneurin

Two cheques Aneurin

Mathew Snooks, of Pant Gwyn. Llanharry, aged 34. secretary for four years of Lianharran branch of the British Legion. was fined £4O for obtaining £7 by false pretences from the branch and making a false entry in the club's accounts. Snooks, it was stated. made payable to himself
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TRACERS

TRACERS

Several tracers requirco, pre%tuus experience essential. Female trac•n are also required for compiling electrical winos and circuit diagrams. nein.' will be given to imitable app.icants
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PART - TIME INVOICE TYPISTS End S HORTHAND TYPISTS Required Immediately .")0D RATE OF PAY TO ERIENCED APPLICANTS ACCOUNTANT I

PART - TIME INVOICE TYPISTS End S HORTHAND TYPISTS Required Immediately .")0D RATE OF PAY TO ERIENCED APPLICANTS ACCOUNTANT I

D. S. RIVLIN LTD.. 2 1. Bridge St., Cardiff.
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
110 •OYRT IFIATNIIIIII. 9-5 (MU L II Hollida9). Cottrlll

110 •OYRT IFIATNIIIIII. 9-5 (MU L II Hollida9). Cottrlll

110 •OYRT IFIATNIIIIII. 9-5 (MU L Hollida9). Cottrlll W Snalth 003 LA COUORAIS. 11-1 (M M Ca[mann). Limn P Dun 211 COLD&N VAL& I-1 (Mr P Ilartholomew), Winter Smith 002 PKIIISIAM COO. 7-11 (ft Segues Aga Khan). Watt P Robinson 344 PETRA. 7-10 (Dr B N Palter). P Thrills 002 ROYAL
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Still in the title hunt ye . 4 • ... KEN ROSEWALL (Australia) loses his racket during his winning match

Still in the title hunt ye . 4 • ... KEN ROSEWALL (Australia) loses his racket during his winning match

with Art Larsen (U.S.A.) at Wimbledon. Taking a firmer grip is Beverley Flsitz (U.S.A.), above, seeded No. 2 for the women's singles.
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEON LIGHTING Signs of every type on Rental Apply South Wales Branch BUSH SIGNS LTD. 22, GEORGE STREET, SWANSEA Tel.

NEON LIGHTING Signs of every type on Rental Apply South Wales Branch BUSH SIGNS LTD. 22, GEORGE STREET, SWANSEA Tel.

59145 Head Office: 61, BEACONSFIELD RD., BRIGHTON Phase 2112115 B ranches: LONDON, BRADFORD, PORTSMOUTH, EXETER WORTHING
July 2, 1956 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales