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20 November 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
WESTON WINS

WESTON WINS

fPHERE was an entry of 28 for Leicester Walking Club’s annual seven miles walk for the Topham Cup on Saturday. The winner. Roy Weston, is the son of one of the Leicester club's early stalwarts, who was the despair of London handicappers a couple of decades ago. Joe Weston always
20 November 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
HOPES TO BRITAIN STANLEY E. HOWSHAM (30), of West Brooke CrMoent, Now Barnet, appeared on remand at Bow Street, London, today, charged with using insulting words and behaviour in Regent Street on November 12, llKoty to occasion a breach of the peace

HOPES TO BRITAIN STANLEY E. HOWSHAM (30), of West Brooke CrMoent, Now Barnet, appeared on remand at Bow Street, London, today, charged with using insulting words and behaviour in Regent Street on November 12, llKoty to occasion a breach of the peace

HOPES TO BRITAIN STANLEY E. (30), of West Brooke CrMoent, Now Barnet, appeared on remand Bow Street, London, today, charged with using insulting words and behaviour in Regent Street on November 12, to occasion a breach of the peace Mr. J. S. Williams (prosecuting) said that polic
20 November 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PEACE' MAN RUN FOR

PEACE' MAN RUN FOR

20 November 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DANCING

DANCING

if Astoria Ballroom ★ (SILVER STREET) IT’S INEXPENSIVE!! BUT THE MOST ENJOYABLE DANCE IN TOWN TONIGHT, 7JO 11 .... >/■ COME AND JOIN US *REGENT* BALLROOM LEiS^^-r^sSiT FINEST MAPLE FLOOR TONIGHT; MODERN AND INSTRUCTION, T.JS-10.1*, «/• Personal attention to all KENNETH and KATH
26 January 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Bails telegraph ChD t » COUP COPY TO PAY ASSAULT CASE FAILS

Bails telegraph ChD t » COUP COPY TO PAY ASSAULT CASE FAILS

Bails telegraph t » COUP COPY PAY ASSAULT CASE FAILS A case against Kenneth Cecil White (29>. painter, 9. Peel Street. Ix*icestcr, and Frederick Ernest Holmes (21). metal polisher. 29. George Street. Leicester, assaultiw Ronald Terence Mattlnck. apprentice bricklayer 4. Canon Str
26 January 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
NO CHANGE HERE FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION

NO CHANGE HERE FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION

A MOVE w*t nude at Jl\ Market Boaworth Rural Council meetlne alter the date of the next monthly meeting that It would not fall on the eve of the poll After ' long diacuasion members decided not allow the bl* national event to upset their usual plans, and the date the meeting was
26 January 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Fifty Years Ago

Fifty Years Ago

Sir. —Vour correspondent, Vickers, Is amusing. I remember 1300 very well, seeing that 1 am 77. lam trying to visualise how I could have supported myself on 6d. per week even at CROSSWORD vegetables, the staple foods, clothing, boots and coal. As for everybody being happy. I cann
26 January 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MAN

MAN

decent cut at Barton Seagrave. near Wellingborough, muat make considerable difference. All the shaved off corners and by-passes must add up to something less than the distance we mostly qU To Northampton by Welford. the A.A. distance is 311 miles, and by Harborough 32J; and most
26 January 1950 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England