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No. 25,890

February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Polaris: Glasgow ban march, sitdown in London

Polaris: Glasgow ban march, sitdown in London

InEMONSTRATORS from all over Scotland and the Northl of England gathered in Glasgow today for a " Ban Polaris" protest march, organised by the Scottish Counclt tor Nuclear Disarmament. The march. of two and a half miles, was planned through the city centre to Glasgow Green. Mr.
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HOPES HIGH

HOPES HIGH

Another Blackpool international. !Brian Craig, who is now serving at I the same R.A.F. station as Tommy !Pugh at Weeton, should also be !concerned with the leading places. 'while Halifax's best should again be Terry Bentley. I Sheffield United, encouraged by !their recent retent
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
The Mayoral diary

The Mayoral diary

CIN(;AGEMENTS for the Mayer and Maiores.. of Halifax lAid. Douglass Robinson. J.P.. and Mrs. Robinson) next seek include the folios jog: Tuesday .—Mayor and Mayoress: 7.30 p.m.. Billy Graham North of England Crusade public meeting. for purpose of forming a committee to deal with
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
PARISH CHURCH FUND: £1,205

PARISH CHURCH FUND: £1,205

The Mayor of Halifax s appeal for the development of the precincts of Halifax Parish Church yesterday reached £1,205 2s. Bd. Gifts received this week for the Mayor's appeal have included: £ a. d. Mr. and Mrs. N. Dobson 6 0 0 An old choir boy, in in memory of the late F. de G. En
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ACROSS

ACROSS

7 Describing how someonel succeeded in first degree? (131 Lidless cash-boxes bring misfortunes (4) 9 Is this tied by the footman?, (4-41 1 10 The result of confusing the strains (6) 11 Wages—say about half a dollar! 113 Waterproof footwear fc shore 1 birds! .61 115 Refused to wo
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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Of the 800 girls aged between' 15 and 20 who enrolled at Birmingham Athletic Institute in the past term. 21 per cent chose judo as their subject. The principal said, "That, I think is most enlightening. They come to the institute in high stiletto heels, tight skirts, terrific ma
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Star Boxing Club has a problem

Star Boxing Club has a problem

years ago local boxing enthusiast, Mr. Bob EL years formed the Star Boxing Club with four schoolboy members —aged between eight and ten. Now the club has nearly 40 members, a reputation unrivalled in Yorkshire and a string of champions to its credit. But unless something happens
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTICES

NOTICES

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February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MIRACLE

THE MIRACLE

CARROLL RAKER. ROGER MOORE. NII G Sssll Technicolor Sunday 4.25. 7 30 M eekdats 2 10. 5.15. 5.2. , it THE DOVER ROAD MYSTERY Introduced by Edgar Lustgarten A featuring Geoffrey A Leonard Sachs sundaY 6.30 Weekdays 4.15. 7.15 it I A.B.C. MINOILSt GRAND BIRTHDAY PROGRAMME NEXT SAT
February 18, 1961 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England