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    Follow your dreams by Cecil Wagstaff

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    Follow your Dreams By Cecil Wagstaff (Australia) What does a derelict Tennis Court at the Corner of York & Sule Pagoda Roads, Rangoon, with an enormous mango tree growing next to it, in the 1950’s, later developed and a Cinema & Hotel development (The Thamada, Or The President) Cinema, the original 1937 Version of a movie of the James Hilton Book ‘Lost Horizon’ by Frank Capra, an extraordinary Teacher of Geography at the Methodist English High School or M.E.H.S., in Rangoon, a Teacher, Daw Lily Hein Tin,  who inspired two schoolboys whom she taught and instilled an immense appreciation of...
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    An Ode in Appreciation of Our Dear Ole ‘M.E.H.S. by Cecil Wagstaff

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    An  Ode in Appreciation of Our Dear Ole ‘ M.E.H.S. A Debt We students can n’er Repay   Methodist English High School Yes, Indeed, we are “Proud of Thee” If it was not for M.E.H.S., where would any of us be?   A Rhetorical Question, perhaps? Yes, Us Blokes, Guys, Gals, Ladies & Chaps Would NOT be where we are,  WE would NOT have gone very far  So only thanks to the Education we received From our many Teachers who with and their help, achieve  And  we could make something of ourselves Pursuing our Youthful Ambitions on then on to Better...
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    THE HAND OF FRIENDSHIP FROM A STRANGER, in The Australia Outback (Broken Hill N.S.W ) by Cecil Wagstaff

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     My TRUE Story: I arrived at BHQ Airport on a Flight from Adelaide to connect to SYD with several (six) hours to wait for my onward flight  I was in the Airport Waiting Area reading, when a gentleman approached me. He advised me that it was customary to close the Airport as no one was there till an hour before my SYD Flight Departure He was operating the Helicopter which was taking a Nurse further into the Outback, and would not return till very much later that evening.  He also owned and operated of Café at the Airport, which was...

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