P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue p4 Mar 2p:02/01  1/9                 Give your views on t@e top news issues. Write concise letters to: BBC Ceefax, Room 7013, Television entre, Wood Lane, London W12 7RJ or E-mail Ceefax@bbc.co.uk or fax us on 0181 749 6734 The editor reserves the right to edit/ @oEit letters. Please give a full address and telephone number. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Sport 300 eatures@ 540 TV 600 WeatPer 400 Quotes News @eads Sport Main Menu
P145 FAX 2 14u@Tu— p Har p:!(/10 0p0 p0 — 1/9 "— 8— —,$ 8 —& " 8d 8——ap 8,— —$ P@ *8!               Give your views on t@e top news issues. BBC Ceefax, Room 7013, Television entre, ood Lane, LOndon W12 7RJ or E Hail Ceefax@—bc.cO.aB or fax us on 0181 749 6734 The editor reserves the right to edit/ omit letters. Please give a full address and telephone number. Headlines 001 Extra 040 SpOrt 300 eaturec 5 0 T &00 Weat@er $00 Quotes News @eads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 T—e p4 Mar 2p:00/40  2/9                 Old British ewes will soon face export to fields and ditches outside Paris where they will be killed by having tPeir throats cut, without previously being stunned, to celebrate a religious festival. This slaughter takes place each spring, t@e ille'alities of it being overloo+ed Our Government should ensure not one animal leaves our shores to end up at tPis horrendous destination. LJ Thomas, Bradford on Avon, Wilts Headlines 101 Extra 102 Sport 300 eatures 540 TV &00 WeatPer 4pp Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEE AX 2 14! Tu— 04 Har p:01/1!  2/9   5p8!"dp*p&55 "dp8"dp"dp 5 e8k—&"d———              Old British ewes wAll soon fAce export to fields and —itc es outsiDe  g@ere tPey wiHH —e RhHHE— bx @AvilF t@eir throats cut, wit@out previously being stunned, to celebrata a reli'ious festival. This slaughter takes place each spring, tPe ille alities of it being overloo+ed Tr Gmber,Telt shF—ld e.3 re nGt G,e ani-al leaves our s@ores to end up at tPis @orrEldous —ecti.ation. Tho-as, Bradford on Avon, Wilts Eeatures k)0 T, n00 WeatPer 4pp Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue p4 Mar 2p:05/01  3/9   @ e8C—&"d———              Between 1939-1945 I had frequent inoculations, swallowed quantities of pills, used malarial spray, kipped in bug-infested huts, Harc@ed through DDT pesticide-treated areas and fed off Yysterious offerings from Army field kitc@ens. Lately, I have not been feeling too well. Who do I sue? LC Bennett, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex Headlines 101 Extra 102 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Weather 400 Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/05  4/9                 This week sees t@e 25th anniversary of t@e launch of Pioneer 11, which blazed a trail t@rough tPe asteroid belt and radiation belts of Jupiter en route. Where our instruments go, there too Zust our industries and descendants follow; for, following recent discoveries of asteroid mass extinctions, Oswald Cabal of HG Wells' "Things to Come" was surely right in @saying: "For Man, it is all the Universe, or Not@ing!" MicPael Martin-Smith, Hull Headlines 101 Extra 1p2 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Weather 400 Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/00  5/9                 I saw today tPat a woman legal executive received £45,p00 for 'humiliation, stress, etc after being held by Essex police for four hours. Does tPis mean tPe Bridgewater Three will each receive nearly £1.7bn, based @on the saZe rate? Dr N- Ashley, Huntingdon, Cambs Headlines 101 Extra 1p2 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Weather 400 Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01  7/9                 The word Boondoggle from America is absorbingly defined in the Chambers Dictionary as "work of little or no practical value, especially work provided as a palliative for unemployZent". Sounds just like our training schemes, wPich are aBin to using aspirin to treat the cancer of unemployment. @Can Mr Blair's compulsory measures produce a real remedy? A Forsyth, Glasgow Headlines 101 Extra 102 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Weather 400 Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/50  8/9                 Scientists can make positive reassurances to us simple mortals, but deep down we all know that human cloning will be next. Are we so naive to think experimentation hasn't already taken place? Hasn't tPe Church any strength left to stop this madness, or is God dead? B@Warren, Chelmsford, Essex Headlines 101 Extra 1p2 Sport 300 Eeatures@ 540 T. n00 WeatPer 4pp Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 14a Tue p Mar 2p:07/07  2/9                 Old British ewes will soon face axport to fields and ditches outside Paris gPere tPey@wilh be@ViLle@ by PAvhng @ tPeir t@roats cut, wit@out previously being stunned, to celebrate a religious festival. T@is rlA—F@tEr tAVec plAbe eAb@ rprilF t@e ille'alities of it being overloo+ed Our GovernUent should ensure not one animal leaves our shores to end up at t@is horrendous destination. LJ Thomas, Bradford on Avon, Wilts Headli.es 101 Extra 1p2 Sport 300 Features 540 TV &00 Weat@er 400 QuotEc ews Peads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue 04 Mar 20:01/40  4/9  " 8d 8d—up 8,— —$ P 5 f@z )8!       +o÷/ ,,,       T(is week sees t@e 25th anniversary of tP— launch of Pio.eer 11, wPich blaze— a trail t@rough t@e asteroid belt an— radiation belts of Jupiter en route. W@ere our instruHents go, t@ere too must our industries and d—scendants follow; for, following recent discoderAes of arteroid Hasc —xtinctiONr, rwaL— abal of HG Wells' "Things to CoEe" wAs surely right in sAyA.F0 "Dor Man, it hs all t@e +niverse, or Nothing!" Iic@ael Hartin-Smith, Hull Features 540 TV &00 Weat@—r 400 Quotes News @eads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue p4 Mar 2p:00/10  6/9                 Who are these people who ridicule David Bellamy for standing for the Referendum Party against John Major? Don't t@ey realise European fishing policies are an ecolo'ical disaster and an economic disaster for our fishermen who see fish stocks plundered by foreigners? The politicians Messed up, so good luck to David, J Rolfe, Wantage, Oxon Headlines 101 Extra 1p2 Sport 300 Features 5)0 TV 600 Weather 400 Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu
P145 CEEFAX 2 145 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/04  9/9                 Water companies hint at hig@er charges, water rationing and metering unless rainfall improves. When are they going to get their act together and set up desalination plants around our coastline? If funding is an obstacle, lottery cash @could be used. This would be of benefit to everyone and preferable to awards to tPe likes of t@e Tate Gallery with its dead cows and rows of bricks. W Humphrey, Shrewsbury, Shropshire Headlines 101 Extra 1p2 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Weather 400 Quotes News Heads Sport Main Menu