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'ter nine years I still think it's art with a capital 'A'

'ter nine years I still think it's art with a capital 'A'

IT was on a drizzly, uncharitable day in January, 1949, that! faced my typewriter and uttered this silent prayer: " Please let my very first review be a success." The film, I remember, was Maurice Cloche's " Monsieur Vincent." Snatches from other critics' notices hooted across m
January 20, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

ANTHONY.—On Jan. 6. at Blaenhirsaun. Cro-s Hand, Evan. beloved husband ol Mary Jane and dear lather Mary. t unerai lltursdaY. Private at the lth... learn[ 3.30 p.m. for St. Wein* Church. Virdas, Gentlemen onlY. ItNNITT.--On Jan 6. atter • short Illnr- at IMincenish Hospital. Blo
January 8, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DIVINE

DIVINE

At the end of the first week of the homeward run the last of the dogs failed. Scott wrote in his journal: "But, who could describe the relief this is to us? No more cheering and dragging in front, no more shouting and yelling behind, no more clearing of tangled traces. no more u
January 20, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LIGHT PROGRAMME

LIGHT PROGRAMME

6. 45 Shirolaing_Forecast. 7 Morning Music. Housewives' Choice. 9.55 Five to Ten. 10 Morning Song. 10.30 Music While You Work. 11 Morning Story 11.15 Mrs. Dale's Diary. 11.30 Gerald Crosaman Players. 12 Record Carousel. 12.30 Midday Music-Hall. 1 Make Way For Music. 1.46 Listen
January 20, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The lever has been moved to the hugecentral repair shop where engineers are working at top gear to repair it. ••

The lever has been moved to the hugecentral repair shop where engineers are working at top gear to repair it. ••

The lever has been moved to the hugecentral repair shop where engineers are working at top gear to repair it. The production line at the four.' mile-long steelworks is closely integrated and a serious breakdown such as this in any of the several steel-making processes affects the
January 20, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
sana RAMMES

sana RAMMES

TELEVISION Hour. 3 F A. Cup Repine. 3.45 Miisic While You Work. 410 Mrs. Vale 1.151.25 BOUnydd. 2.30 Watch with Mother. 2.454.30 Mainly for Looks Back 1948-1958. 4.45-6.0 Women. 5.0 Children's TV. 6.0 News Headlines; Sports News; Music All the Way 'concert). Weather. 6.10 Region
January 8, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DOG SAVES WELSH FAMILY IN FIRE

DOG SAVES WELSH FAMILY IN FIRE

Western Mail Reporter HON, a four-year-old Corgi. saved the lives of a Llanelly family whose home at Nantydd Terrace. Llwynhendy, was yesterday severely damaged by fire. Shon was awakened by dense smoke which was pouring out of the living-room. Short left his place at the foot o
January 20, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Tea and history

Tea and history

Mr. David Prosser. former editor of the Western Mail, spoke of his 50 ,years in journalism at the Cardiff Venture Club during their tea meeting yesterday. Among notable South Wales events he recalled were the Senghenydd Colliery disaster, the Votes for Women agitation, Keir . Ha
January 8, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
~000 a day

~000 a day

headquarters of the Fund of its enthusiasm and ability. "During the last six months. we have established five new branches. four in Motunouthshire. and one in Breconshire,' he said. "My aim is to establish one new branch a month." Mrs Marion Williams. of Aberdare, Welsh represen
January 20, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales