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Stoney- II taken playing • Infirmiy. 1 9 59ti. 2. 1. 3pte. Trinity
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ALL JEWS TO BE BANISHED FROM GERMANY

ALL JEWS TO BE BANISHED FROM GERMANY

Nazi Promise To Facilitate Emigration retail or wholesale shall no longer but in ail I able to buy will be allowed shops, restaut- ICED TEA !—All the leading iceskaters have been busily pract:sing for the Brit:sh championships which open at Wembley to-day. Patric:a Lubl:ner has
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Hounds in Peril on Railway at Somerk

Hounds in Peril on Railway at Somerk

The large gathering of society sport-- tag folk and the crowds of road followera witnessed an exciting incident after Saturday's meet of the Cottesmore Hounds at Somerby when a fox daaked woos the L.M.S. railway line in front a train. The fox ran from the Cottage Plantation at S
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"IMPORTANT ISSUE" "DIFFICULT TO SAY WHAT FUTURE EFFECT OF INJURIES WILL BE"

"IMPORTANT ISSUE" "DIFFICULT TO SAY WHAT FUTURE EFFECT OF INJURIES WILL BE"

N issue described by counsel as "important to a girl of her age" Was raised at Lewes Assizes to-day in a case in which a pretty 22-year-old bru nette, Miss Alice Beatrice Morphew, of Old London-road, Hastings. b ro ught a claim for damages for alleged negligence against George '
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
POLICE AMBULANCE

POLICE AMBULANCE

For the fourth time in succession, the Leicester division won the Leicestershire County Police ambulance competition at the County Rooms, Liecester, on Saturday. The winning team, who were awarded 233 points, were P.c.s F. Simpson (captain), Brooks, Middleton, and Boocock. Marke
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Sportsmen's Service At A Hinckley Church ,Nry Nt,‘%s ROTHLEY METHODISTS' NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL °LIN BRIEF BUILDING DEDICATED

Sportsmen's Service At A Hinckley Church ,Nry Nt,‘%s ROTHLEY METHODISTS' NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL °LIN BRIEF BUILDING DEDICATED

Sportsmen's Service At A Hinckley Church , Nry ROTHLEY METHODISTS' NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL BRIEF BUILDING DEDICATED THERE was a large congregation at a sportsmen's se rvic e at Albert-road Methodist Church, Hinckley, yesterday. Those present included Messrs. Harry Hibbs, Donald Dearson
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Defeat for Leicester

Defeat for Leicester

The combined Notts. Der by Derby team, who, a fortnight ago, had s to Oxfordshire 12-4, created a au Saturday by defeating Leicestershire in the M.C.C.U. championship. Leic had already beaten Oxford appeared to have the easiest of Wks. Notwithstanding this defeat, qualified for
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SECOND TIE WITH STOKE By JACK

SECOND TIE WITH STOKE By JACK

Q 0 Leicester get a home draw for L/ the first time since the 1935-36 season, when they defeated Watford by six goals to three in the fourth round, only to fail at Middlesbrough by the odd goal of three. The City have only once previously met Stoke In the F.A. Cup and that was i
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PASH for Christmas.—Your old gold, •-/ jewellery, silver, diamonds, sovs., bought; highest prices paid.—Johnson's, 94, Belgrave-gate and 28, St. Nicholas-st.

PASH for Christmas.—Your old gold, •-/ jewellery, silver, diamonds, sovs., bought; highest prices paid.—Johnson's, 94, Belgrave-gate and 28, St. Nicholas-st.

lAM a buyer of cast - off cloth in g , etc. A postcard or phone call brings me to you with cash.—Fosters, 196. Duncanroad, Tel.: Aylestone 273. fwm 1 Err-Off clothing wanted; ladles 'Agent's and children's; shop-soiled drapery bought —Write or call. Mr. and Mrs. Dale. 65. Frank-
December 12, 1938 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England