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But 'Dr Who' stole the show

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CHILDREN'S CORNER

HOLIDAYS are over, new school term is beginning and all that you have left of the long summer vacation is a load of memories - and perhaps some photographs.

These youngsters who attended library play sessions will no doubt remember the fancy-dress party they held in Cale Green Park.

Seth Drysdale (11) and his eight years old sister Sacha scored a hit as Dr. Who and Romana with. of course, their faithful friend K9.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1979-09-06). But 'Dr Who' stole the show. Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser p. 8.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "But 'Dr Who' stole the show." Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser [add city] 1979-09-06, 8. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "But 'Dr Who' stole the show." Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser, edition, sec., 1979-09-06
  • Turabian: "But 'Dr Who' stole the show." Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser, 1979-09-06, section, 8 edition.
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