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London - The Queen is to visit Bromley this month as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour. Meanwhile, library users are being reminded courteously to pay their fines. Or else!
Man serves 10 days in Iowa jail for overdue library books
Kim I. Hartman
Newton - Christopher Alan Anspach, 28, of Newton, Iowa, was sentenced to 10 days in county jail and ordered to pay $770.67 in restitution after a judge found that he refused to return overdue library books.
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