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31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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IT IS YOU 11 - • • •.• • . WHO DO NOT ? UNDERSTAND WHAT • TRW LS NE

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31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
My word, we Britons are a boorish lot!

My word, we Britons are a boorish lot!

IN BRITAIN (leaving out our record trade in book exports) we are borrowing more books from public libraries than ever before, despite public spending cuts. Last year 615,000,000 books were borrowed from our 13,500 public libraries, compared with 599.000.000 in 1977 and 588,000,0
31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Satisfying the urge to write by Mary Sco tt HOW MANY times do you put down a library book with

Satisfying the urge to write by Mary Sco tt HOW MANY times do you put down a library book with

an angry flourish and exclaim: "I could write something better than that rubbish!" Many people have this niggling desire to write a novel. Not many succeed, but it is great fun trying! Writing is a very solitary fiction, others in science ticoccupation. Books that are non. and t
31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Why can't we leave our looks to nature?

Why can't we leave our looks to nature?

YESTERDAY my daughter grabbed me, threw me in a chair, and said I wasn't to move again until she had plucked my eyebrows because I had a shaggy look she really couldn't love. And while I lay there, tears running down my cheeks as her tweezers missed the errant whiskers and inste
31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
1 0 THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE, AUGUST 31st. 1979.. World War First World War wounded welcomed back to Leicester. Photographed in

1 0 THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE, AUGUST 31st. 1979.. World War First World War wounded welcomed back to Leicester. Photographed in

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31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
(a) Wouldn't it have been nicer in blue?

(a) Wouldn't it have been nicer in blue?

Insist also. on two days off a week. The public quickly accept that a business has 'closing days and make alternative arrangements. or wait. (b) Have you paid for It yet, or could you exchange it? (c) What did . ru . bny . x_thing like that (d) Is it just right for occasion for
31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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Skipping, too, Is good exercise and doesn't necessitate running stadiums or expensive equipment. Any child can do it
31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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31 August 1979 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England