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Little money

Little money

"He left with very little money and he has not taken his working clothes. I'm worried about what might happen to him if he is wandering around. "He needs treatment at the hospital every two or three weeks and he shouldn't miss a visit." Mr. Luckett's son, Brian, aged 22, who bec
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
JACK JONES' BOOKSHELF

JACK JONES' BOOKSHELF

WESTERN MAIL. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1959 Our 20,000 would-be novelists O N an average I read two new novels a week and am now beginning to feel it a waste of time, for there has been nothing memorable, solid or sound, nothing readers could bite on in the vast majority of novels
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WINNER BY CORDELL ?

WINNER BY CORDELL ?

The finished manuscript will be in the hands of his publisher early in the New Year. If his new book gets the same reception as the earlier one, this enthusiastic sparetime writer—he does a full day's work as a quantity surveyor before settling down to his typ e writer—seems all
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Gwent wing chosen Scots for sixth – time---twenty caps

Gwent wing chosen Scots for sixth – time---twenty caps

Gwent wing chosen Scots for sixth time---twenty caps By J. B. G. THOMAS ARTHUR SMITH, of Ebbw Vale, British Lion and fourth senior player in the Scottish side, resumes the captaincy of his country—which he has led five times—when the international season opens at Murrayfield on J
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Raybould plays

Raybould plays

Welsh amateur international Joe Raybould at resent at Loughborough College will be available for Cardiff Conies' Welsh league Division ID game at TroetXvrhiw on Saturday (writes Phillip Jones). The Cmrim, who have only been beaten once in games this season, are ag a determined b
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Special stop

Special stop

He sent to the spot alter the dnver of a Waterloo to Weymouth train had made a special stop at Christchurch to report having struck something . The bodies were found on a fairly level stretch of line on an embankment bordered on side by fields and on the other by heathland. near
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A walk to sweet

A walk to sweet

TAKE that long holiday walk again in the imagination. It might be short-cut to sleep. This and other bed-time tips are given today by a doctor writing in The Practitioner. He also advocates: Fixing the eyes on a point in the room until they are tired. Taking a dozen deep breaths
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE WEATHER Feeling lever? -- Then thank

THE WEATHER Feeling lever? -- Then thank

Wettest December for 25 years ....MM.. I sou.- mai: ,11,61":1: •tla• Own ma dam Mt C •-•• 90 • „A.m . or ... Really cold countries are always likely to encounter difficultie , Almost every winter roads on high ground in Britain are snow-bound but scenes like this are fortunate
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Harlequins and Wasps.

Harlequins and Wasps.

Only those conversant with the history of rugby in London can fully appreciate the trans- formation this implies. The SIR. The highest percentage of unemployment-4.3—in Scotland, with annual migration figures of between 20.000 and 30.000 during recent years, gives no satisfactio
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
the British climate

the British climate

Neither race nor religion is the dominant factor in human progress . . . It is the climate we live in which controls our ability to better ourselves. Our primitive ancestors kept their dwelling places at a comfortable temperature by bringing in their domestic animals to share th
31 December 1959 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales