P252 CEEFAX 252 Wed 3 Feb 21:04/11   1/3                PRACTICAL PROBLEMS "How to do just about anything" published by the Reader's Digest, is a pretty ambitious title for a book. From Abacus to Zodiac, the book acts as a guide to solving 1,200 practical problems at home, at work and outside. It contains usual things such as how to mend a fuse, emergency treatment for burns and scalds and how to write a CV when applying for a new job. But it also contains advice on how to repair a teddy bear and paddle a canobn More
P252 CEEFAX 252 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/03   2/3                PRACTICAL PROBLEMS Do you want to get rid of the smell of tobacco smoke - burFhng a candle in the room is one of the suggestions in this new bookN The entry on buying and selling a flat or house contains a section on Scotland where the system is not the same as in England and WalesN You can also learn some magic tricks - nothing to worry Paul Daniels, but it could keep the children amused for a whileN More
P252 CEEFAX 252 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/05   3/3                PRACTICAL PROBLEMS The new Reader's Digest book explains what happens when you're called for jury service and what to do if you receive a notice to quit your home. From squeaky floorboards to noisy neighbours, from laying a patio to laying down wines, the book will certainly set you off in the right direction, without necessarily majhng you an expertN HOg TO DO JUST ABODT ANYTHING is publishfd by Reader's Digest, £16.95. More