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Resting Place

Resting Place

lIISCOVERY of remains A , from an old burial ground during excavations behind Leiceoter Telephone Exchange are probably only isolated finds, I am When permission was granted to lay out the exchange
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
REALISM

REALISM

'MERE will have to come a moment when casting will stop for that super - tremendous - giganticterrtflc Quo Vadis? being made In Rome—still being made In Rome. Latest additions are seven swimming champions, engaged to play Roman citizens who fall into the Tiber while trying to es
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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with the Christmas Spirit! Colours as jovial and friendly as Santa himself ... Christmas colours that will make you stand out in the crowd ! Reds, greens, blues, browns and Impeccable tones of grey or beige. Persohat Shoppers Only 49.55. CRANBY ST • LEICESTEIt detachable. 'LVET-
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BIRSTALL SALE

BIRSTALL SALE

Nearly £l2 was raieed at a rummage sale held In Blrstall British Legion headquarters on Saturday in aid of the Earl Haig Poppy Fund.
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"WHY ME?"

"WHY ME?"

His reply was, "Why look at nie? Why don't you look at some of the others?", The boy, who denied the offence, suggested that the headmistress had picked on him because he was a chapel boy and the others belonged to the church. minister. - speaking on the boy's behalf. said he un
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"HALF ASLEEP"

"HALF ASLEEP"

A police constable who said the boy pretended to be "half asleep" while he was interviewing him, said after first denying he was anywhere near, later said, "It was me.' The chairman, Frank Oldham, ordered the boy to pay a fine of and 10s. costs.
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS

PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS

. COUNTY OF LEICESTER. School Meals Service. Applications are Invited for the post of kitchen assistant at the Bastall County School; 32k-hour working week, payment at I/Ad. per hour, free meal each working day. Consideration will be given to applications from registered disable
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"CHILDREN LOCKED UP WHILE PARENTS STOLE"

"CHILDREN LOCKED UP WHILE PARENTS STOLE"

Policewoman Marion Matson told Sunderland magistrates today that two children, aged two and four, were locked up in "disgustingly dirty conditions" in a Sunderland flat while their parents were out on a shoplifting expedition. "They were left in a bedroom which was quite dark. T
November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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November 27, 1950 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England