Fifty Years Ago

By Observer Reporter in Feature

An inquiry at Tenby was told that the town’s Warren Street arcade enjoyed a boom of business on Sundays.

Tenby lifeboatman, Mr. Michael Wilson, was awarded the Maud Smith Award for the bravest act of life-saving by a member of a lifeboat crew.

Narberth Rural Council gambled on a fall in bank rate to minimise the shock of their increased expenditure - a gamble which came off.

It was time to think of a village hall for New Hedges, the parish’s annual meeting was told.

Taf won the house championship in the annual eisteddfod at Whitland Grammar School, beating Gronw by twelve-and-a-half points.

Showing at the Royal Playhouse: The Greatest Story Ever Told; at the South Beach: Jerry Lewis and Janet Leigh in Three On A Couch.

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