Page 10, 13th July 1984

13th July 1984
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The Mountaineers Of Lourdes Arterhouse Chronicle

ABOUT two million people visit Lourdes each year but no group is more unusual than that which will shortly be making its unique "climbing pilgrimage". It is now 40 years since......

Champion Of The Poor

IT IS STILL possible to win a modest bet, if you're in the mood, on the question of who was Westminster's first woman MP. Most people say Lady Astor who was, it is true, the......

A Beacon Light

THE RECENT 85th birthday of Cardinal Frantisek Tomasek of Czechoslovakia passed quietly and with little comment. But what an amazing man he is. He is a lone figurehead and......

. . . And In The Red Corner The Bma

EVER SINCE I began reporting sport for radio, I've been hearing about and discussing the possibilities of professional boxing being banned. Now, in 1984, the British Medical......

Mothing And Rusting

ALL DUE respect to the Duke of Devonshire's drawings but I felt ever so slightly queasy at the news that Christie's had pulled in a record-breaking £20 million plus. The......

'nowt Doin Theer Lad'*

WATCHED Jonathan DimbIeby in Yorkshire struggle desperately to get a straight, uneliptical answer from Arthur Scargill, the fierce and famous leader of the Miners Union.......