P667 Teletext 667 Jan 2 00:17:01    ———————————————————————————————  CITY IN FLAMES   Dec 29, 1940: German bombers turned the City of London into an0tnferno xonight in a raid timed to coincide with the tidal lowpoint in the Thamfs.   Parachute bombs cut water  mains and then 10,000  firebombs were droppbd.   20,000 firemen watchbdP0s  fires raged uncontrolled  until water could be  pumped from mains.  —————————————————————177—— Education 660 SERVICE PALS p682 Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140
P667 Teletext 667 Jan 2 00:10:20    ———————————————————————————————  NHS 'JLL TARGET DISEASE   Jan 3, 1946: Health Minister Aneurin Bevan said illness and death rates were lower than inP0944, but TB and venereal disease were still problem areas.  He said he would transform the  current system into a single  comprehensive national health  service for every citizen.   Although remaining independent,  doctors would be expected to  cooperate with the service. ——————————————————————————————————2/7—— Go gaming with Digitiser 670 IT'S YOUR LIFE p410 Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140
P667 Teletext 667 Jan 2 00:10:52    ———————————————————————————————  "CRAWFIE" SPILLS THE BEANS   Dec 31, 1949: The mjmoirs of Royal nanny "Crawfie" began publication in the US magazine Ladies' Home Journal. Marion Crawford, governess to the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, reveals that as small children her charges were mad about horses.  Crawfie was often harnessed  and required to prance, and  the princesses kept a  stable of 30 toy horses.   ——————————————————————————————————3 7—— Education news 661 VISITOR'S BRITAIN p446 Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140
P667 Teletext 667 Jan 2 00:11:15    ———————————————————————————————  CASTRO S'FEPS TO POWER   Jan 2, 1959: Rebel leader Fidel Castro proclaimed a new government for Cuba, and it is clear that all effective opposition has collapsed.  The 32-year-old leader was  once ridiculed asP— romantic  young adventurer.   But it became clear on New  Year's Eve that he has won his  two-year struggleP0gainst  dictator General Batista. ——————————————————————————————————4/7—— Education News 661 KEEP UP WITH THE NEWS p300 ITV Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140
P667 Teletext 667 Jan 0 00:10:00    ———————————————————————————————  KNIGHTHOOD FOR SOCCER STAR   January 1, 1965: Stanley Matthaws, still playing for Stoke City at 50, is the first footballer to be knighted. The soccer legend has played in nearly 700 League gamjs and won 54 international caps.     For Blackpool in theP0853   Cup Final he scored three  6?y goals in the last 20 lins   to snatch the match after   his side were losing 3-1.  ——————————————————————————————————5/7—— Schools index 660 TOP SOCCER COVERAGE p140 ITV Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140
P667 Teletext 667 Jan 2 00:14:52    ———————————————————————————————  FANS DIE IN STADIUM DISASTER   January 2,00:71: Sixty-six football fans died when crowd barriers at Ibrox Park Stadium in Glasgow collapsed. A mass of fans swept to the foot of a stairway when the barriers gave way. A further 150 were injured in a crush of bodies and twisted mjtal poles.  Seconds before the disaster, home  fans were elated when their team,  Rangers, equalised against fierce  local rivals, Glasgow Celtic.  ——————————————————————————————————6/7—— NEXT 'FEK: Yorkshire Ripper arrested TODAY'S PRAYER p687 Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140
P667 Teletext 667 Jan 2 00:11:00    ———————————————————————————————  UK TOPS WOMEN'S WORK LEAGUE  ,.*. Jan 3,P0:81: Half of Britain's married women now go out to work — the highest proportion in the Common Market. The dramatic increase from one in five inP0851 is revealed in a survey by Durham University Business School. At the end of 1978, 9.1  million women had jobs,  l—inly part-time in the  service sector.  ——————————————————————————————————7/7—— Keep up with Keyboard 664 FAMILY FINANCE p540 Digitiser Frame It Write It Club 140