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as the roots of the District go, there would be no virtue i n 0 age were it not still growing Th. sank is modern and efficient, Alf a tradition of service which only I century of work could produca MRS. BERNARD UFFEN receiving toys from children at Westcotes Congregational Churc
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Tom Thumb's Adventures

Tom Thumb's Adventures

Tom's part of the business was to shout at top of his voice at the holiday makers. " Walk up I walk *fp I" shouted the midget. "Come and have your portrait drawn by a real artist for a shilling." " What about It. Ronald 7 " said a girl to the young man who accompanied her. " I'd
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Assistant Cinema Manager's New Post

Assistant Cinema Manager's New Post

Mr. Gordon White, for the past three years assistant manager at the City Cinema. Leicester, has been appointed manager of the Gaumont Pavilion, Kettering, and will leave to take up his duties next Friday. Mr. White had managerial experience under his father, Mr. George W. White,
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
How Propaganda Can Influence World Events

How Propaganda Can Influence World Events

friendship can endure that no man or woman in Germany is unaware of them. _ _ Britain, he argues, should direct a special effort of propaganda on the United States, taking the line of appealing to the commonsense of the American public by pointing out how much their support woul
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Train Travellers' Society Progresses

Train Travellers' Society Progresses

Members of the "7.23 and 7.50 Society." which was formed in 1932, and is composed of regular users of these two trains from Leicester to London and Manchester, held their sixth annual dinner at the White Hart HoteL A new president is appointed each year from one of Leicester's i
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
A NEW Suite for Xmas. Order you rs zx now; prices from £6 19s. 64. FRANKS, 101, Wharf-st.; 10, Welford-place;

A NEW Suite for Xmas. Order you rs zx now; prices from £6 19s. 64. FRANKS, 101, Wharf-st.; 10, Welford-place;

239 k, Charnwood-st. and 67, Waterloo-st
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PO= BA2GAZZII Ford Bde luxe 4-door /saloon, £45. 1936 Ford 8 saloon, black, £5B. Ford 8 saloon, black, £63. tV

PO= BA2GAZZII Ford Bde luxe 4-door /saloon, £45. 1936 Ford 8 saloon, black, £5B. Ford 8 saloon, black, £63. tV

BAINES & SON, 166-8, Belgrave• gate, Leicester. Tel. 20213.
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
GREAT BARGAINS. 192 A (July) ROVER 104. luxe saloon, taxed i Q'- WOLSELEY 9 saloon, um excellent condn., taxed "'""

GREAT BARGAINS. 192 A (July) ROVER 104. luxe saloon, taxed i Q'- WOLSELEY 9 saloon, um excellent condn., taxed "'""

TERMS, exchanges. Oars bought for A- cash. PLARENDON PARK GARAGE. Ox%, ford-road. Phone 77631.
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
1938 Ford 8 de luxe, perfect condition, taxed; terms, exchanges; £Bs.—Central Garage. South Wigston. Phone 89283.

1938 Ford 8 de luxe, perfect condition, taxed; terms, exchanges; £Bs.—Central Garage. South Wigston. Phone 89283.

December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England