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Advertising firms combine to boost Midlands ability ACOVENTRY' advertising agency whose business has trebled in four years is combining with

Advertising firms combine to boost Midlands ability ACOVENTRY' advertising agency whose business has trebled in four years is combining with

a Birmingham firm in a group aimed to "enhance prestige and respect for Midlands ability." The new group, Cogent Elliott included Coventry Climax and Ltd., will have a billing of Courtaulds' Courtelle products. In approaching £3,000,000. it is addition, the agency last year clai
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Five-year legal fight

Five-year legal fight

VICTORY FOR LEAMINGTON IN PENSION DISPUTE A FTER a protracted A legal struggle, Leamington Town Council are soon to receive money they expected nearly six years ago. The long - standing dispute started when a public health inspector. Mr. R. W. Chad& joined the Leamington authori
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Bill

Bill

power would seem to be vested entirely with the Home Secretary, and as such civil servants and "Parole boards should be entirely independent, consisting of independent judges and members." Sir John described the generally as a "hotchpotch" of ideas. "It contains a few useful th
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HUNT MEETINGS

HUNT MEETINGS

ATIIERSTONI Tuesday. 31:C" Tune Ted 2: Nerseanedl le Heath 11. • est /et 4: Beuseestme Lodge NORTH WARWICUSIIIIRE Jan 31: Rourton Than Feb. 1: Btooeleigh Village 1 11 0 eat . Feb 4: Hatton House . . 11 0 Hon Feb. 4: Cornice Verner Fano 11. Sat.. Feb. 11 Central Hosintol Hatton
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BALL HAS BEEN OBLITERATED. YOU HAVE TO FIND IT WITH AN X.

THE BALL HAS BEEN OBLITERATED. YOU HAVE TO FIND IT WITH AN X.

CUT HERE Entries MUST arrive by 4.0 p.m. on WEDNESDAY next or they will be disqualified. lo
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Coventry Evening Telegraph, Saturday, January 28, 1967, 17

Coventry Evening Telegraph, Saturday, January 28, 1967, 17

APARTMENTS 'VACANT BM AND SARA AAAAA ~samosa Also° Bedsitters; central.—Pnone 22582 Sullivan, 13, Coundon Road. BOARD-LODOI/1014; tee men on 211n517. Nesting. lit Cross Ro TeL • BOARD RESIDENCE. Soule senta. sharthir. Spring inte rtor not and cold, TV —Tn_ic _Queens. Primrose Hi
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CHIMNEY SWEEPS

CHIMNEY SWEEPS

A EISTTRE-CLAIIS VAC-PWRIP, Illte, dam, St Westwood Road TeL 73N3. ALL ARIAS, immediate aervioi —Mat Vac. Sweep lanmilliek.raPe). 31 Lutterworth Road. Wyken Tel.. Walsigraet 3301. NICIIOLLIL 32. Lake View Road. Mel Ooventry 12344 Pots scraped 30/..
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Easter Fair— Hearsall Common TENDERS are invited for the hire of the Fair Site at Hears&ll Common for the promotion

Easter Fair— Hearsall Common TENDERS are invited for the hire of the Fair Site at Hears&ll Common for the promotion

of an amusement fair during Easter Week. Applications for conditions of hire to the undersigned as soon as possible. Director of Parks. Aliesley Hall. COVENTRY.
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Improvements

Improvements

DeVere already own a string of hotels in London and the South and want to buy all the hotels run by the Grand Hotel Co. The Manor House, one of the first-class hotels in Leamington. was bought by the company seven years ago. Since then improvements
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Astronauts Cup-tie fans

Astronauts Cup-tie fans

- pouß THOUSAND Geordies noisily invaded Coventry today for the Cup-tie between Sky Blues and Newcastle United. Thirty-five coaches made the 210-mile journey bringing a host of fans from Newcastle. including a large party from the United Supporters' Club. At Nuneaton. the scene
January 28, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England