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REMANDED AFTER ADMITTING £BOO LANCASHIRE cabinet- FRAUDS maker who appeared at Coventry Magistrates Court admitted a series of frauds totalling

REMANDED AFTER ADMITTING £BOO LANCASHIRE cabinet- FRAUDS maker who appeared at Coventry Magistrates Court admitted a series of frauds totalling

nearly £BOO. John Alexander McKinnon, of 9, Woburn Road, Blackpool, admitted obtaining £36 10s. worth of goods, with intent to defraud from B. A. Brain Ltd., Coventry. He also admitted obtaining V 8 10s. from R. J. Pennycock, Coventry, and £ll9 10s. from Preston's Ltd., of Black
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
British are now the best dressed

British are now the best dressed

- DAMS has been deposed as the centre of high fashion as far as Britain is concerned. A special Opinion Research other major clothes conscious Centre investigation of fashion country. attitudes, among both men and What is most surprising, perhaps is that these views are fully tr
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THANK HEAVEN . . . ISS WORLD. Just think of that. The Most Beautiful Girl in the World. No wonder

THANK HEAVEN . . . ISS WORLD. Just think of that. The Most Beautiful Girl in the World. No wonder

Miss Peru fainted when she realised the title was hers. Five lines in "The Times" may indicate what top people thought about the contest but, for several million goggle-eyed other ranks gathered round their television sets, the annual glamour gala was the event of the week. Even
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THESE RENTS ARE A PRIVILEGE

THESE RENTS ARE A PRIVILEGE

I HAVE just returned to council house in Home Counties after seen ing a holiday in Coven with my father, who is a Co entry city councillor and member of the Housing Co mittee. I pay £3 6s. Bd. per week r for a two-bedroomed modern raced house with central heat A similar house in
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
48 hospitals to link

48 hospitals to link

NEW YORK, Saturday. T HE staff of 48 New York hospitals may soon be linked in a closed circuit educational colour television network. The aim is to pool medical knowledge for the care of patients, keep a watch on community health facilities and constantly bring techniques up to
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HIGH STREET

HIGH STREET

sHop p RINI 18E5 IN UNRIVALLED POSITION. Frontage SIM Depth 1501 L To be sold by Auction (unless previously sold by Private Treaty) filth the benefit of a
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
10 FULL-SIZE MOULINEX FOOD MIXERS AND LIQUIDISERS/GRINDERS COOKING CAN BE FUN –

10 FULL-SIZE MOULINEX FOOD MIXERS AND LIQUIDISERS/GRINDERS COOKING CAN BE FUN –

10 FULL-SIZE MOULINEX FOOD MIXERS AND LIQUIDISERS/GRINDERS COOKING CAN BE FUN - with these delightful kitchen appliances * 3-SPEED BEATERS * FINGER-TIP CONTROL * REVOLVING BASE * 3 PAIRS OF BLADES can be won in this week's Spot the Ball competition. An outright winner would 12,50
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
'VONU French time trial prizes for Rex, 56

'VONU French time trial prizes for Rex, 56

SEVERAL prizes, including a valuable porcelain vase, were among the luggage of Rex Webber when he returned to Coventry after a few days in Northern France. Rex. who is one of Britain's most remarkable cyclists— he is 56, and regularly records high speeds in time trials—competed
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NOW FOOT-AND•MOUTH

NOW FOOT-AND•MOUTH

A 10011 as it was suspected that t'oventry C.C.'s open cyclo-cross scheduled for tomorrow would probably be off because of foot - and - mouth disease restrictions. efforts were made to switch it to a course not concerned with farmland, but there was insufficient time to effect a
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
mousas FOR SAL!

mousas FOR SAL!

ALDER ROAD. Three- bedroonsed House. 11 years old. fitted earpeto, consuls. gas and elettne dress, rooter, fornaure. etc.; gardbenens• ; garage available. offers Invited. -: - . -P ALLIBLET PARK.—Three-b iroomed Semi; *net cul-de-lac. Open vies.. Garage. 3.3011.—Te1. 76306. AT e
November 18, 1967 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England