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THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING

THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING

Sy JOHN INISNIAN ANITA LOOS. Office 10 to 1 and 7 to 9. Sat& 10 to 9. 'Phone 21155
29 August 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DEATHS OF THE WEEK

DEATHS OF THE WEEK

ASFITON.—Isane. p. 3. lionchureh-st.. aged IKO. 20. ATKINS. Harry. 25, Carley-at.. aged 44, Aug. 24. BRUCE.—Mary Eliza. 36, BardoWrit.. 83. Aug. 26. OREM/I:lN.—Jame*. 6, Ragdale-rd.. awed 74. Aug. 24. SANWV.—Mke Isabella, e, St. Mary's-ave., aged 62, Aug. SALL.—Alfred. 195 Humbe
29 August 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THANKS FOR SILVER PAPER

THANKS FOR SILVER PAPER

Thanks for Silver Paper' Margaret Bonner, Duiverton-road, Leicester. Raymond Insley, Pt. James' street; Coalville; Mavis Holmes, Wigston; brown paper bagful, no name or address; John Garner, Avenue. road Extension; Mrs. Driver, Ashby-road, Coa Nancy Stevenson, Dronfieldstreet, L
29 August 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Between 40 m.p.h. Police Car And Its Quarry

Between 40 m.p.h. Police Car And Its Quarry

CASE AGAINST DRIVER WHO CAME OUT OF SIDE ROAD DISMISSED As a police patrol car was following at 40 miles an hour, a car travelling along the Narborough-road towarJs Leicester, a motor van came out f Dumbleton-avenue and went between them. The case was dismissed. The police said
29 August 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PROPERTY FOR SALE.

PROPERTY FOR SALE.

SALE. cheap. small palisaded house. 19, Woodbine-avenue; or near offer. W3Ol rIIEN•Ro-tned bosom eentral; bath. e. 1.. power gas: good locality; lea‘ing meter. £iSC-461„ Chronicle. I IPlDEN•Aventie, Ooontasthorpe. Semi. Li detached =oder° conveniences. open, good garden. neat tr
29 August 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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29 August 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
through the Oxford Group. France: Through the Oxford Group a dispute between the Croix de Feu faction and the Communists

through the Oxford Group. France: Through the Oxford Group a dispute between the Croix de Feu faction and the Communists

was settled at Marseilles.
25 July 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MIDGETS AND DWARFS

MIDGETS AND DWARFS

"THERE are certain people in England who still do not understand the difference between a midget and a dwarf," said Mr. Roper. " The greatest insult you can offer is to call a midget a dwarf. A midget is a perfect little miniature lady or gentleman; the midget is perfect in ever
25 July 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"June" Chats About Passing Events

"June" Chats About Passing Events

APRETTY wedding of interest in the county this week was that of Mr. George Ashby, of Burton Overy, and Miss Edna Holt, of Fleckney. Their marriage took place at the little parish church at Fleckney. Must of the people of the village gathered outside the church to catch a glimpse
25 July 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Boy Falls On To Railway SAVED FROM TRAIN BY BROTHER

Boy Falls On To Railway SAVED FROM TRAIN BY BROTHER

IVliile J. Boon (11), a Quorn school. boy. was playing on the parapet ol Quorn station bridge on Sunday evening overbalanced and tell on to the line, 301 t. below. Ile sustained multipli injuries. A train was already signalled, and his brother Harold, aged 12, who was with him,
25 July 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England