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 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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Nancy Riach The Lass who won all


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Nancy Riach The Lass who won all hearts.

The passing of swimmer Nancy Riach, who died from Polio after being pulled out of the pool unconscious during an event in Monte Carlo, inspired these lines by Rev TF Harkness Graham, blind minister of Cadzow Parish Church Hamilton. "My most vivid memory of Nancy," he told The Weekly News, "Was when she recently occupied my pulpit at an evening service. The church was packed to hear her address on How To Spend Leisure Time. "Voices probably mean much more to me than they do to most people, and I shall never forget Nancy's. It was warm and kindly and revealed her self reliance. She instantly won my heart as she won thousands of others.  "She strongly advised people to cultivate their leisure time, as it was only by doing this that they could find out how best to make a success of their lives. "When I drove home with her in my car that evening, I sensed her sympathetic on life and her determination to make a success of it. She told me of her forthcoming visit to Monte Carlo, and it was obvious she was looking forward to the competition.  "Her great ain was to make sport a means of spiritual wellbeing. She was a firm believer in a healthy mind in a healthy body.  "Not the least pleasing thing about Nancy was her complete lack of conceit. She had a maturity of thought beyond her years, and her obvious consideration for others was remarkable in one so young. "She was a girl with a golden future, thanks to her grand personality and high ideals. My heart goes out to her parents, whose lose is shared acutely by all of us." In the school hall at Hamilton Academy over 1,000 pupils stood in silent tribute to the memory of Nancy. Mr. David Anderson, their headmaster told them: "Nancy made her name famous in all parts of the world. But in spite of her achievements, she retained always the unspoilt qualities of character and temperament.  When Nancy's parents came back from France, Mrs. Riach said: "Because Nancy was such a great favourite, we are not issuing any invitations to the funeral. Anyone who wishes to come will be welcome. I know Nancy would like it that way." Other tributes to Nancy have come from all over the country. Hre are only a few. Mr S.T. Hirst chairman United Nations Swimming Committee -- Nancy had been the finest ambassador of sport Scotland  or any other country within the British Empire has ever turner out.  Sir Hector McNeil, Lord Provost of Glasgow --- I am only one of the legions of people who mourn her passing.  I looked upon her as one of the finest types of young Scottish Womanhood this country has ever produced. Mr David Crab from Motherwell has lost a great champion, a wonderful personality. and a girl whose leadership and example will, I know, give Britain an utstanding place in the international swimming world within the next ten years.