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EIGHT GO TO CHURCH ON SUNDAY "I was glad when they said unto me: We will go Into the house

EIGHT GO TO CHURCH ON SUNDAY "I was glad when they said unto me: We will go Into the house

of the Lord."—Psalm LXXII. Hall, Bethany Baptist Church, Central Institute, AbortMeru Six Soils Service at 6 p.m Subject: "What must I do to be saved?" Tabsniacle Congregational WirE - AND WORSHIP WITH U Services at 11 and 6 p.m. Baptist Church Preacher: Rev. TESFRYN DAVIES Past
7 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
C. A. FAIRCLOUGH and SONS LTD.

C. A. FAIRCLOUGH and SONS LTD.

7 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CWMTILLERY

CWMTILLERY

COUNCILLOR J. J. OWEN. chairman of the Aber, illory Council, holds hie civic service at St. Paul's Church, Cwmtillery oa Sunday at U a.m. The vicar, Pr. Rnlph Bowden will officiate. The parade to the church, headed by the Abertillevy Salvation Amp hand, will leave Fairelaugle. G
14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
"L". DRIVER'S OFFENCES

"L". DRIVER'S OFFENCES

AT Llanhilleth magistrates' court an Tuesday, two learner devtrs were 'fined a total of £4 each driving while unaccompanied and failing to display - 1.." plates. They were Brian Edward Lloyd, 20. of 3Laplo Terrace, Persondy, Ahorvarn—ho was also fined £2 for failing ;five his na
14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
ABERTILLERY HEARING

ABERTILLERY HEARING

SERVICE FREE HEARING TESTS AND TRIALS Hearing Aid %socialist In attendance
14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
The Iron Maiden

The Iron Maiden

Showing 5.10 8.25 (U) also Gary Cooper Phyllis Thaxter SPRINGFIELD RIFLE Showing 6.50 (U) Doors open 4.45 THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY William Holden Jack Hawkins Alec Guinness CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS •. MORE CLASSIFIED % % ADVERTISEMENTS S U. ON PACES S Monmouthshire Police Ath
14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THANAS FOR SYMPATHY

THANAS FOR SYMPATHY

HUNT: Mr and Mrs Ivor Lewis wish to thank Mrs K. Davies, Mre G. Kidney. Mrs B. Murdoch and Mt and Mrs Tom Withey for kindness shown, alai friends for the many letters of sympathy and floral tributes sent in their sad bereaveanent. SITUATIONS VACANT Abortllls►y Urban District Cou
14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
111 MEMORIAM

111 MEMORIAM

BROOKS: Treasured memories of my dear husbanad Stan. who died Bth, 1M2.--fimi's greatest sift. remembrance.-- Moving wife Edith. BROOKS: loving memory of mir brother Stan, who died .Tune 1952.—Always remembered by George. Doll. Will. May and Jack. °RABB : to loving memory of my
14 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
NOT PAID FOR

NOT PAID FOR

All ti n offences had occurred between Novisinber 1960 and January 1961, hot none of the goods had been paid for. Mr Terry \'aus defending, said that at no time had Williams intended to be dishonest. He had hnnestly believed his actions to be legal. He had thought it would bo pe
21 June 1963 - South Wales Gazette - Abertillery, Monmouthshire, Wales