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10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PEATLING PARVA WIFE HAD NO NAPPIES. STOLE SOME WHILE a Peatling Parva housewife was away from TY home, two of

PEATLING PARVA WIFE HAD NO NAPPIES. STOLE SOME WHILE a Peatling Parva housewife was away from TY home, two of

her neighbours broke into the house and stole 23 napkins, it was stated at Leicester County Quarter Sessions. Before the court. charged with breaking into a house belonging to Mr. Frederick James Denning, of Peatling Parva, were Edith Carter (30), housewife, and May Crick (33),
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Surviving quads "doing well"

Surviving quads "doing well"

THREE surviving babies 1 of quadruplets born to Mrs. Rita Prior (34), of Bilston-road, Wolverhampton, are stated to be doing well. Their condition, like that of their mother, who had a comfortable night. was said to be satisfactory. Their weights, In order of birth, are given as
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FIVE REASONS FOR "MORE EFFICIENCY"

FIVE REASONS FOR "MORE EFFICIENCY"

UNIVE reasons why the Government urges I firms to adopt methods of g tenter ifficiency are given by Mr. Hugh Gail skeli, 7.hancellor of the Exchequer, in Target, the lovornment news-sheet on productivity. These tre: (1) The opportunities of misunderstandng and friction grow grea
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER EVENING MAIL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10. 1961-UV Furniture store gutted in Oakham blaze

LEICESTER EVENING MAIL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10. 1961-UV Furniture store gutted in Oakham blaze

THOUSANDS of pounds worth of furniture was destroyed when fire gutted an Oakham furniture store in the early hours of this morning. The night sky was aglow as stored furniture blazed. Firemen were still at work among the smouldering ruins this morniv. I The premises are owned by
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Rutland police party

Rutland police party

Pr. William,. of Ruth:n(l police. ch?nzed his uniform for Elnnta Claus outfit at Rutlend Police Recreation Club party in the Victoria Hall. Oakham. Fifty-nine child; . en of m.mbers were entertained.
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"It's not bowlers ..."

"It's not bowlers ..."

AND this is what they said about our efforts in that second innings yesterday. Jack Fingleton, former Test batsman, writing in the Melbourne Sun News lPictorial, comments acidly. " It's not bowlers the Englishmen want. They should be sending for a few batsmen who know the princi
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Adults worst hit in City flu epidemic e m s a n t d o c h n a n

Adults worst hit in City flu epidemic e m s a n t d o c h n a n

v n e t r e e a a c c h h e e r d a F ts E S p T e a E k R a ' 0 ' fl n u g " e a p i a d i e m p a l c a " du s are afraid that it may spread among schoolchildren later in the week. Only six more men of Leicester Corporation's bus crews are 'flu victims today and the service is
10 January 1951 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England