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The Swift Runner book. At the end of the war he decided to become a Frank O'Rourke was an American writer known for western and mystery novels and sports fiction. O'Rourke wrote more than 60 novels and numerous magazine articles. Born in Denver, Colorado he attended Kemper Military School. A talented amateur baseball player, he considered trying out for a professional team, but was called up for service in World War II. At the end of the war he decided to become a writer.
North Kildare, Celbridge. Local Fianna Fail TD, Frank O’Rourke, has made representations to have the bus service serving Clane and Straffan commuters improved. for North Kildare Serving the people of North Kildare. The Bus Service, Route 120, needs to immediately increase its capacity. Recently, commuters have been left at Bus Stops as the Buses are full.
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Frank O'Rourke (October 16, 1916 – April 27, 1989) was an American writer known for western and mystery novels and sports fiction. Born in Denver, Colorado, he attended Kemper Military School.
Frank O'Rourke Frank O'Rourke in Biographical Summaries of Notable People. Frank O'Rourke was born on November 28 1893, in Hamilton. Frank lived in Hamilton. Frank passed away on May 14 1986, at age 92. Frank J O'Rourke 1894Frank J O'Rourke in 1940 United States Federal Census. Frank J O'Rourke was born circa 1894, at birth place. Also, Runner," Frank O'Rourke; "Big hill's Kld,’ Martin Parker; Death of a Dude, Hex satan's World," Poul Anderson; Julia Harrington,’' Rlchard Bissell; Port Hueneme Sanitary District directors approved design. Publication place: Oxnard, Ventura County, CA, USA. Publication date: Jan 22 1970.
Frank Victor Swift (26 December 1913 – 6 February 1958) was an English footballer, who played as a goalkeeper for Manchester City and England. After starting his career with local clubs near his home town of Blackpool, in 1932 he was signed by First. After starting his career with local clubs near his home town of Blackpool, in 1932 he was signed by First Division Manchester City, with whom he played his entire professional career. Swift broke into the Manchester City first team in 1933, taking part in the club's run to the 1934 FA Cup Final, where the club triumphed 2–1 against Portsmouth.