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The Merthyr Express, Aberdare and East Glamorgan Herald, Tredegar and West Monmouth Times from Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, Wales • 24

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THE EXPRESS, Saturday, March 29, 1947 Caerphilly District Miners' Hospital NURSES' HOME ST. MARTIN'S ROAD. CAERPHILLY. APPLICATIONS are Groundsman invited for for the the Applicants should state age and abore premises. experience The and enclose appropriate two testi- trade union rate will be montals.

paid. Applications should be sent Ea pital, not later than April 12. Secretary, Caerphitly District 1947. Bed wellty Urban District Council TO THE RATEPAYERS OP THE URBAN DISTRICT OP BEDWELLTY. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Council that of the Urban meeting District of Badwellty held of the on was the Resolved 25th that a G'neral Rate of day of March, 1947.

it Fifteen Shiliings Value in of the each Pound heredie- on the Ratesble ment as shown in the Valuation List be made and levied in respect of the half-year commencing the ist day the of April, 1047, terminating on 30th day of September. 1947. Dated this Merch, Clerk. 1947. D.

HILTON LEWIS. Municipal Offices. Aberbargoed. Barged. Glam.

Births, Marriages and Deaths BIRTHS D. March Alwyn 8. at Bevan Bangalore, and India, Olive, son (David Sean), first to Lt. grandchild to co. Sister W.

G. Davies. Bevan Park and Mrs. Bevan (nee Hospital, Tredegar). CREWE.

On March 18. 1947. Tredegar Maternity wife Home, of to Graham Joyce (nee Crowe, 10, Beaufort-road, Ebbw Graham). Vale, the gift GRIFFITHS. of a On March 20.

Tyanl Lodge, to Kathleen and Bevan-place, Jack (nee daughter Kathleen (Denise), Grateful thanks Hall. 2. the HERRING. On March 18. at the to nursing staff and doctor.

Nursing Home, Jimmy and Sally (nee John). Davies), Grate- the ful gift a to matron and staff. son (Michael On March 24. at the Radcliffe Maternity Home, Oxford. wife tO of Peggy (nee Norval, Peggy of "Svivan.

tan. Bruce Oxon, daughter (Julia Elizaville Nursing On Home. March Hereford, to Mr. POWEL 19, at Somerend Mrs. P.

8. Moorend. Powell (nee Ashperton, Joan Ledbury, Davics), the gift of daughter. BIRTHDAY, GREETINGS DA Congratulations and best wishes, Maldwyn, Uncle 10th John. day, March Congratulations to Dallie, Millers March Graigberthiwyd, -Mam.

on your birthday. Roy and John. DOWNEY. Congratulations birthda and best wishes on your Kingsley Bill, Queen and Hazel. MORGANS.

Marion, on your 21st birthday. Love. -Lydia. 70th Birthday PRICE. W.

Happy birthday greetings to Mrs. Price, Beaufort, on, your 70th and birthday. Sunday From the Sisterhood School Class. 88th Birthday RANDALL Congratulations to Mam. on 20: Millers-row.

Graigberthiwyd, your 86th Cassie and Hughie. Australia, MARRIAGES On March at Capt. Quentin Bowker (R.E.). only Bt. Mary's Church, Whitchurch, son of Rue Mr.

Ratara. Shanghai, to Rita, and Mrs. Bowker. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Alexandra W. Jenkins, "Glyn Deri," road, Merthyr. On nay. March 23, Miss at Eire Sheddick street Cong. Church, daughter Sheddick, Mr.

Prokpect-place, Trede and Mrs. car, con of to Mr. and Mrs. J. A.

Gurden. Stanley Arthur of Newport. Rev. Harold Morgan At St. Helen's R.O, Church.

Oserphilly, Jenkins, on Lien day, bradach, John to Eileen Bedford, Dublin. Richard March JOHN 22. at Parish Church DowBy licence, lais, by Rey. Dorothy, Davies roungest and the late Mr. D.

J. Davies, daughter of Pantyscallog Farm, Pant Mrs. to John, Idris. eider son of Mr. and Perrydarren.

JONES LODGE. At St. Dingat's Church, New Tredegar, on March to Lilian Lodge. Timsbury, nr. Bath.

Edward Alfred Jones. -At St. Mathias Church. Treharris. on Saturday.

Maynard swell. son of Bryncelyn Mrs. Emiyn Morgan, Mrs. Nelson. and 1o the late Mr.

Thomas Irene May, daughter Parsons. street On March at Bethania Church, AbetFrederick Henry. son of end Mrs. Benjamin Osborne. Glyn-street, Mrs.

to Thomas Ruby. daughter of Mr. and A. Davies. -15.

Board street. Pontlottyn. Rev. J. a.

Williams, Bethania, officiated. March at Graig Chapel, Abercanaid, Evan Richard only son of Mr. and J. Roberts, 14. Diana-street.

Troedrhiw, to Dorothy, onlv dauchter Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Webber, 23, Hazelterrace.

Troedvrhiw, On STAPLES-DAY- March 22. St. Cynon's Church, Quakers' Joshua Charles Staples, Tyllwydterrace. Pentwyn, to Mabel Lizzie, elder daughter of Mrs. and the Mr.

John Day, Millers-row, Quakers Yard. Cyfarthta Church, on. Saturday, March clwyn, youngest son of Mr. and Thomas Thomas, 20. Well -street, to Joan, youngest daughter Mr.

and Mrs. David Martin, Iren-lane. Georgetown. On March St. David's Church.

Merthyr, William Wilson. son of Mr. and Wilson. of the Carmarthen Dowlais. to Miss Margaret Roberts, 35.

Castle street. Merthyr. SILVER WEDDINGS BALDWIN-LEWIS. On March 1922. at St.

Mary's R.C. Church, Merthyr, James address: Baldwin to Present 45, road. Cardiff. BIRTHDAY MEMORIES birthday Vernon dear, just beautiful smile. thought often in life here.

-Lovingly Dad. THANKS DALEY Nurse road. Dowlais (Telephone, Dowlais now home hospital. Thanks to friends for kind inquiries, To doctors, matron, sisters, nurses and stair of Merthyr General Hospital. sincere and grateful thanks her for kinaness and attention during illness.

DEATHS PAIN On March 1947. Merthyr Farnham beloved hus. band of Gertrude Crematorium, Parnham, Thursday, Interred Glyntaff March 1047. On March White-street, Dawlais, John Thomas, beloved husband of Margaret Jane and dearly loved father of P.C. Ronald Hughes.

Interred Pant Cametery Thursday I Mordecal. smith-road. suddenly a work Monday, 24th. Interred at Pant tery on Friday. 3.30 p.m.

Private. ROLL OF HONOUR -Cherished memori's of my beloved husband. Ronald, 'March killed In action. Western Europe, 28. 1946.

Memory lane is a lovely path, where hearts are again ever, true; again. because it I path leads travel to remembered by your loving wife, Mary. and Children. IN. MEMORIAM loving memory our You are where we dens sister.

Peg cannot. See, hear: you, But And seems you walk beside your voice we cannot us, Never absent. always and near. Children Sadly missed by Mary, Danny of DAVI Treasured memories our The dear Park. mother.

remembered by Adelaide Davies, Bessie, John. Grandchildren Lynne and loving memory of Jack, Arnold. died of wounds, April Jan. 11. 1945: also Dal, died at work Jones.

1937, Lower cons of David and Ellen High often sit and think of you, and of street, Dowlais. little things you used to do; And wonder why two so young family. had to Mam, Dad and Taliesin Jones. cof am 9. fu farw Mawrth fel 21, 1945.

-Mewn dyn hiraeth: sydd Oddiwith Weddw Plant. JONES, Treasured of memories Sarah, of West Ellis, End beloved Stores, died March 25, husband 1937. "Worthy of everlasting remem Grandbrance." Wife, Children children, -Treasured memories of our darling son, Colin, who fell asleep March 31. and longed for always by his Daddy and Mammy. "Jesus loves him this we know." dear JONES- in loving memory of -Never forgotten by Grandpa, Nan.

and all from KING -In loving memory of 24. my dear Mother. who died March 1940. of everlasting remembrance. -Tom and family.

Cherished memories who of our died at dear. Royal Oak Hotel, Troedyrniw. dada, John Morgan, March 27. 1929. "Worthy of and -Ivs.

Doreens, John Bills and gratitude my parents. of with love 41. Hall-street. Victoria, Dad Mam on April died March 1041. and 1.

1922. I keep in memory Lovingly is mine. unchanged for ever, remembered by Pans. Loving memories of our dear parents. Elizabeth and George.

Mann died March 24 and Dad April 1. 1022, are where we cannot you, And your voice we cannot hear: Bu you seem to walk beside Never absent, always near. Always remembered by Lil, Tom, anc Ben. H. memories of our dear son and daughter, Haydn and Margaret, of 28.

Troedyrhiw, aied March 26, 1930, and April 6. 1931. "Hearts that loved them never Dad and family. Sweet memories of darling road. Troedyrhiw, died March 26.

Haydn and Margaret, 1930, and April 8, 1931. "Life moves on but memories stay. Good -night and God bless you," -Aunt loving memory our dear sister, Margaret, 17. Highon street. Nelson, who March 25.

1942: my dear parents, brothers the and sisters. Always remembered by Annie and family. Dearer to memory than words tell, Are the thoughts of those loved so well, memories Aber- of our mother, Polly. 22. fan, died March 26, 1944: also of our uncle, Daniel Howe, died June 1932.

"Not just to day. but every day. In silence we Mattie. Maggie and Mary. memories of of our dear Mother and died Gran, March Susie 31, (late Abercanaid).

1943. 22, Resting where no awaits shadows us fall: all.Mr. Mary Glyn. Johnny. Grandchildren perfect, peace she 11, Margaret.

Cyril. and John. loving memory our dear mother. Sarah, passed away March 28, 1944. You are where cannot see you, And your voice we cannot hear; 19.

But it seems you walk beside us, Never absent, always near Always Mrs. remembered by Nan and Syd. loving memory of of Mam, Sarah. 45. John who died March 29.

1944. Whatever else fall to at never fail to think of Gome Yard. Jen. Dal and Ken. late and Mrs.

B. Clement, 21. Glyndwr-street, Merthyr Vale. wish to thank relatives friends and Mrs. shown and floral tributes sent during 22.

neighbours their kind sympathy their recent sad bereavement, Margaret Evens and 19, family, Cefn turn sincere thanks for shown and letters of condolence Mr. received in their sad Mrs. Family Arms, late Mr. H. J.

Etheridge, 41, street. desire to thank 1 and friends for their sympathy and noral tributes 1 in their recent beresvement. 27, The Family late Mr. William May Cottages, Nelson. express Moy- thanks tor kindness and shown In their recent ment.

PHELPS- The Family of Mrs. Rachel Phelps, Field street, friends desire to thank relatives for letters of sympathy floral tributes received during regent and. Too Late 1 for Classification MOVER stove, almost new, com piete piping: excellent cocking and heating ability: burns Baltic-place, Penydarren ELY on Acrabond for Glass all Gluing Metal, jobs on Wood, Leather. for and craftwork. Ask fOr ACHABOND your toner's or ironmonger's.

Jars Tins quality WOOl good. deligattu. shades For full details and return able fringe send 21d. postage to ADDeLLO (Dept 100 Manor-row Bradford ALE, in excellent condition, Thomas. Singer 14, sewing Church street, Rhymnay.

treadie machine.TAINLESS ashpan, fender and stand, in good condition, for sale. Write BOX 55. Express. body, WALLOW green drop end hood pram, and apron: 12. Davies street.

Penywern, Dowlais. perfect condition. Williams. 'HE Society of Commercial Accountants invites applications from young Membership. men and Brochure giving sylla.

women for Student bus request. of Special examinations sent concessions free for tary-accountants in commerce and or experienced accountants I administration, Write Secretary. Society. Limited (by Guarantee 31. Stoke of Commercial Accountants Grove Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol.

YOUR Prank Doctors! Hoods, aprons interior uphostery: coachpainting undertaken to all types of Prams. White Rubber Pram Handles. post free. Write Brislington, M.C.B. Prams, Bristol.

Thiery-road. (Trade enquiries invited). WANTED machines, furniture. scales bicycles china. top prices paid.

-Broome 32 Bethesda-street. Merther and Onsy Saleroom darren 7 ANTED, to rent or buy, modern house, with bathroom. within 15 miles of Aberdare. Apply 18. Cardiff-street.

Aberdare. Treharris Traders' New Officers The annual mooting of the Treherris Chamber of Trade and Commerce 1728 held last Tuesday at their quarters. Mr. Ivor Hawkins The presided supported by all officers. Socretary gave report of meeting he attended at Merthyr, which discussed the changing of the half-holidey to Saturday.

Regarding the building public convenience for the town, it was resolved that the Socretary take the matter again, and point out raid to up the Corporation that the air stelter at the corner of the football Reid Thomas-street could be easily converted for this purpose. The Secretary further gave a report of the business conducted at the Arse Council at Aberyswyth, though no himself was unable to attend owing to the treacherous weather. Mr. Reynolds representative for the advisory council (The Bon) was elected of the Housing Committee. In the absence of the treasurer, Mr.

D. Johns, the which Secretary wes unanimously accepted gave the and agreed financial duly owing passed. report, 1. the was costs of working the Chamber, to increase the members' annual subscription. The following officers were elected for the ensuing Mr.

Ivor Hawking (re-elected): vice-proatdent: Mr. T. Howells; hon, socratery Mr. T. Howells; assistant secretary: Mr.

Trevor Richards: treasurer: Mr. Dan Hopkins. It was agreed that shops remain open on Good Friday, and close on Easter Monday and Tucsday. International Honoured The Welsh Schools' John I Rugby I team. captained by Roberta, son of Mrs.

Roberta Han- and the late Mr. Eddie Roberts. English Boys by 8 points to nil in bury-road. Barroed. defeated the thrilling and hard-fought game.

After the match the former Cardiff University student and solicitor. Mr. Barnett Janner, now Labour M.P. for a Leicester Division, presented John with the ball, Later, at complimentary dinner unique event occurred when M. Le Directeur Scolaire et Universitaire Francals, presented the Welsh captain medalion to commemorate the occasion.

It la also noteworthy that John, who was also capped' last year, in again eligible to. plav next season, owing to the age-limit being raised by six months from next September. On Tuesday next at 6 p.m., on the Barged Secondary School ground, John Roberts will lead the Rhymney Valley Boys in their Dewar Shield match against Cardiff -Boys; with their two internationals. Abercynon's Rugby Win After over two months of idleness, Abercynon resumed thei: games on Saturday, and incidentally their long winning sequence, when they defeated Cwmgwrach, one of the best teams in the Neath area. Abercynon were without R.

Cummings and T. Hughes, but wore strengthened by the appearance of Roger Jones, home on vacation from Edinburgh University. At half time Abercynon held the slight lead of one try to nil. The tit-bit of the match came in the second half and magnificent try by Selwyn Price, Nelson. From a scrum five yards in the Abercynon posts the visitors heeled a quick vice from Alby Harris to Roger Jones, who placed Price, the Cynon left winger in possession of the ball near his own lime.

With very little room to move, beat three, men, although several defenders tried cat off, he out-distanced opposition and raced the length of the Meld to score magnicent try. Abercynon 10 With the approval of the King, patron of the Over-Sea Langue, 1 Elisabeth and the Duke of center have to become patrons of tho. Merthyr District Snooker Championship The draw for the frat round of the Merthyr and District Snooker championship, promoted "Tiger" by Mr. Challenge V. F.

Tay- Cup. lor, for made on Monday, and resulted the WaS as Trocdyrhiw vicemen's Club Lennox Dowlais Club, Social Bye Club v. B. Gordon Tiger Hotel Lucania Bye; Tre- Exharris v. Dowlais Social Club Servicemon's Club 'Sports' Bye; Tiger B.

v. Welcome: first St. Hityd's v. All matches in round to ba Bye. completed by April 12; aggregate scores to count.

This contest has aroused so much interest in billiard circles that the B.B.C. has caked permision to broadcast the final, and arrangements are now being made for running comof the Anal tie to be broadcast from The Tiger Hotel in mentary May. WELSH SCHOOLS' SHIELD ABERDARE 2-BARRY. Aberdare fielded the same side that defeated Perndale in the same competition at Aberaman Park on Saturday. There was large attendance and a fine game was seen.

Barry's defence was tended in the early stages but they found great relief by Anding touch continually. Later Barry took turn in attack and much against the play scored lucky goal. Dixon and Thomas, the Aberdare backs fumbled in an effort to get the ball away, and Evans, Barry's left-wing, gathered the ball and shot into the goal. A strenuous effort was made DS the Aberdare boys but Barry's defence prevailed, and they were aided somewhat by having a brilliant sun behind their backs. The Darians lost little time on resumption and they placed Barry on the defence.

Aberdare forwards were badly at fault in crowding gether. They combined nicely out there was invariably no one in the centre to accept a pass. However. they were justly awarded a penalty and from the kick, Windsor Lewis, Aberdare right half, who played centre forward during the second half, scored. A few minutes later the same player placed his side in front.

He received the ball near the centre line and outwitted three defenders before beating the Barry custodian. From then on excitement ran high. and Aberdare had the better of the ex. changes. Inter- Ward Championship Tournev Games Caerphilly and Rhymney Valley Ward Defeat Neath Ward The Caerphilly and Rhymncy Valley Ward team travelled to Neath on Saturday Inst to play the Neath Ward in the first round of the South Wales Branch Tournament Games Championship.

took place at the Neath Workmen's Club, and a keen game, resulted in win by three points to two for the Caerphilly and Rhymney Valley Ward. The winning team was selected from the following Workmen's Pontlottyn Empire (dominoes), Deri Social (whist), Bargood Labour (nine card don), Gwerthonor Workmen's (dominoes--old games); Caerphilly Social (crib), Llanbradach Social (reserve), Nelson Social (reserve). The team was I panied by representatives from Bargod U. Jack, Ex-Service, Gilfech Workmen's, and Ystred Mynach Club, with the chairman, Mr. Aibert Barbor, vice-chairman, Mr.

Dinwiddy, and secretary, Mr. J. H. Douglas, and a most enjoyable ing was spent by all. The next round of the competition will be played against the winners of the Valley Ward v.

Swansea West Ward. Should Have Been More Ynysybwl 0, Aberbargoed Town of them, Lewis effecting some good saves. Coles tried hard to make an opening for Jones, and only opening bad luck prevented him from the score. Half-tirae came with no score. On the restart, made many.

fast raida, and Lewis brought off a magnificent save. It was keeper only that good prevented the visiting by the forwards scoring. After home attack was stopped by Maraball, Thomas sent a pass to Jones, who shot, and after a partial clearance the Yay defence; which Coles by in a shot from 20 Sards, beat the goalkeeper all then faded out tried hard, it only bad luck pletely, and although and good that vented them from adding to score. For this match. at Ynysybwi, Aberbargoed were forced to make two changes through illness.

From the kick-off Ynysybwi proved to be fast, and with a little steadiness might have scored a few goals, but instead Lewis, lines Prosser time and James cleared their after time. Whenever the forwards of Aberbargoed -had the ball, they were good wing play by Thomas and very dangerous also. After some bar. Then Ynysybwl swung to the Meyrick, Coles struck the crossattack, and after forcing few corners, could not take advantage Up to February 8,575 had been referred to triI bunals in England and Wales Rent I reductions had been made in out CALLING ALL MUSICIANS VISIT OF THE FAMOUS CHAMPION BRIGHOUSE RASTICK BAND EASTER MONDAY APRIL 7th, 1947 THE WORKMEN'S HALL, ABERTRIDWA, CAERPHILLY BOYS' SECONDARY SCHOOL Deacon School And Teacher Sunday Aberfan has sustained a great by the death of Mr. Thomas Thomas, of 9, Coronation-road, Aborten, at the age of 70.

He was ill for only about eight or nine deys. Mr. Thomas was a native of Abcrhasan, and came to this locality about 40 years ago. Later he was employed as a miner in chargo of several mon working at the coal face, which he continued until. he renched the retiring ege, after which he interested himself in many of the locel associations, being ca acknowledged expert in local garden ellotments and horticulture.

For many years he was the cheirman of the Merthyr Vale end Aberfan shows. and during rocent years gained many prizes. Mr. Thomas was a feithful member and deacon of Bethania Welsh Congregational Church, and was always at hand to take part in its mectings, both of service and social. The ledics' of the Sunday School will miss his good administration.

He had served also as Its superintendent, his general knowledge of the Scriptures WAS pronounced. His fervancy waS reel and much appreciated. The funcral took place on Monday last, and prior to the burial, which took place at the Aberfen Cemetery, a short service was held at the house, which was followed by another servioo held at the Bethania Chapel. The latter service was a public one end was attended by a large number of friends and associates; appropriate hymns were sung and tributes eptly paid. The officiating minister was the Rev.

Bothania), E. Stanley assisted Lloyd by the (minister Revs. R. Williems R. Thomas (C.M.), of Nicholas (E.B.), R.

0. Roberts (Caltaria Mr. T. Griffiths was the precentor, end Mrs. Gwledy'3 Davies, the organist.

The following mourners were present at the public service and followed the cortege to the -Messra. John H. Thomas, Maldwyn Thomas, Hubert Thomas (sons); John Thomas and D. Hugh Thomas Tom Harris, Wyndham Marshall, Joe Thomas (brothers-in-law): Harry More gan, John Breeze, E. Lumley.

At the house Mrs. Thomas (widow); Mrs. Marshall law): Miss G. Marshell, Mrs. T.

M. Short, Mrs. T. Harris, Mrs. J.

Thomas (sisters-in-law); Mesdames B. M. Thomas, J.P.. B. Jonca, Lewis, M.

A. Humphreys, J. R. Richards. Luther -Davies, Johnson, E.

Stanloy Lloyd. The bearers were Messrs. M. Thomas, Idwal Evens, J. T.

Jones, H. Tudor, T. L. Jones, S. Lewis, T.

Griffiths (deacons), assisted by Evan Evans and Edward Thomas. Owing to indisposition, Mr. David Jones WaS not able to ba present. Amongst those also present were the following friends: Messrs. E.

L. Jones, J.P., T. Breeze and Hugh Morgan. Floral tributes were sent by: -Mam; John, Maldwya and Hubert; Mrs. Marshall and family; Tyd and H.

Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas (Aberhosan); Mr. and Mrs. B.

Thomas; Mr. Johnson (Merthyr); Sunday School Scholars of Bethania Church; Neighbours of Coronation Place: Head Teacher and Staff, way Primary School, Tilbury, Essex. BEDLINOG ANNIVERSARY DANCE. dance was held at the Workmen's Hall to celebrate its tenth anniversary. when the MOs were B.

Price, D. Roberts and S. Light. The hall was filled to capacity and the music provided by radiogram. LATE MR.

D. C. funeral of Mr. David Cromwell Thomas took place on Sunday at Pentwyn Cemetery, Fochriw. He was 39 years of age.

Nev. 8. Idris Evans officiated and Was assisted by Pastor W. Owen. The mourners were Messrs.

Daniel Emlyn and William Ceinfryn Thomas (brothers). W. J. Davies and Jack Price (uncles), Messrs. and Sam Price, Bryn Davies, David J.

Price, Dan Davies, E. Jones Tom Mantie, Dewi Jones, Harry Edwards and M. Potts (cousins). Bearers were Mesars Robert Owen. R.

Owen, I. and Rees. Alf Lewis. Morgan Davies, W. G.

Price and G. Powell At the house were Meedams M. Price (aunt): C. Jones, A Edwards, M. Price, A Joues, R.

Potts and N. Mantle M. S. Owen, Misses G. and M.

Iwen and M. Davies, Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. C. Davies.

Floral tributes were sent by Brothers, relatives and friends. Horse Races The attention of 'readers drawn to the advertisement in this tasue of the Race Meeting to be held at Llancalach Fawr, Nelson, on Easter Tuesday. The promoters have arranged an attractive card of seven races, and are offering 1250 in prize money, the chief event being the One Mile Open Handicap for The track is ated in delightful surroundings, and sportsmen will be able to enjoy all the amenities of a class race course. There races, first being timed to start at 2.80 Mr. R.

J. Boulton, Greenhill Farm, the secretary. Printed and Published the street. HOLIDAYS with PAY WANTED URGENTLY VOLUNTEERS for TALBENNY and ST. DAVID'S CAMPS, I Pembroke Commencing 31st MAY.

To Save Vital Food Crops Apply: Regional Office, Volunteer Agricultural Camps 4. Sc. John's Square, Cardiff. Telephone CARDIFF 8847. AGENTS WANTED TO SELL OUR SUPER FOOTBALL CARD 51.

Commission in the WIN OR LOSE. Clients receive LARGE BENEFITS in goods selected from our Catalogue. PAID TO AGENTS BONUS WINNINGS For full particulars apply to CO-OP FRATIES (Registered SPORTS Street, Kingston, London, 8.W. HOPKINS SONS Hay and Corn Merchants, MERTHYR TYDFIL ALL customers for Feeding Stuffs registered with the above named firm will as from the 31st March, 1947, be transferred Mr. HORACE GANE, who has quired the business and will carry on the came as usual at the Hay and Corn Stores, Gillar Street, Merthyr Tydfil TABERNACLE TREHARRIS LECTURE by Rev.

DAVID RICHARDS, Ph.D, Leamington (Late of Abercanaid) ON GOOD FRIDAY p.m. Subject CHRISTIANITY and COMMUNISM Admission ONE SHILLING JESMOND DENE STADIUM TREDEGAR Greyhound Racing SATURDAYS ONLY First Race 6.0 p.m. prompt. 525 and 700 Yards. Promoter: Telephone: C.

G. HILL. Tredegar 137 FOR THIS WEEK ONLY COME EARLY ONE MAT Customer. arrived Three Plece Suites NO UNITS. Personal Call Invited to see our STOCKS.

Note Address JOSEPH HIGH ST. Mon. PENYDARREN PARK MERTHYR GREYHOUND RACING EVERY SATURDAY 6.50 Telephone 467 Proprietora, B. W. Souther Ltd.

March 29th, 1947. Tel. 195..

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