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The motion failed after Coun. George Wibon (Cold i said: "I speak as • motorist. We are very fortunate to have a garage serving petrol 21 hours a day in town. It would be a backward step to sta Ae committee agreed to a further 12-month extension for the pum Mr. Thomas Deegan. a
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
TOLD NOT YOUR BLAME

TOLD NOT YOUR BLAME

A YOUNG Atherstone couple were told by a coroner yesterday not to blame themselves the death of their threesonth-old daughter. Dr. John Brown. coroner for North Warwickalure told the am*e they should have no Hahne; of guilt after the 006 death of their baby. He said: "It LS impo
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
OWING TO THE NATIONAL POWER CRISIS

OWING TO THE NATIONAL POWER CRISIS

BY AWED CARPETS & BEDDING 3 HOUR EMERGENCY CARPITREDDING SALES WILL BE HELI
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
REDD! PATIO DOORS'

REDD! PATIO DOORS'

January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
`TAX' ENTRY WILL BE FAIR RENT RISE

`TAX' ENTRY WILL BE FAIR RENT RISE

TENANTS of council houses at Bedworth may soon see another entry on their rent cards, giving details of a "government tax." It will be the council's of explaining the latest rent increase - imposed bY the A wards for government's controversial : *Fair Rents" Act. TeITY Short nei
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Golf league clash off THE P . O.F. Winter League played at Copt Heath next golf tournament. arranged to Tuesday.

Golf league clash off THE P . O.F. Winter League played at Copt Heath next golf tournament. arranged to Tuesday.

has also been posttake place on Fritts' at Edg- Poised. It is hoped to reartxiston. has had to be post- range it for Febraary. poned becau-e the waterlog- Acldsm High Schaol. Teesside, will have 419 challengers ged state of the course. It Ls when they defend the Aer hoped to re-
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CABARET (x) Ake D.. Oftlhaen, Mh fermi & NARY Om) 164% & 1.10. 1. SS. I Nary 6.411 SS, •

CABARET (x) Ake D.. Oftlhaen, Mh fermi & NARY Om) 164% & 1.10. 1. SS. I Nary 6.411 SS, •

000 COVENTRY 23600 • • ALL TINS WIWI DOM epee 1.10. • The Ms Amefmee-preiend mantel • the BRUCE LEE ENTER THE DRAGON (x) 1.40. IL • TAMA* DODSON • CLEOPATEA )ONES • ].IS. SS. osSL A B C I Averred Bar. It • /he PARIS MONDAY TO SATURDAY Dom AID Maw Ma.. Timm. Su. Nen *post LA LIZA
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE Chinese white was the first name given to the cat now called the foreign white; and it's likely to

THE Chinese white was the first name given to the cat now called the foreign white; and it's likely to

have a new name before this year is out. It is a white cat of foreign type: fine of bone, lithe, sinuous and graceful. The head is wedgeshaPed. the ears big. the eyes blue and oriental. So similar to the Siamese cat in appearance that it has been descnbed as a Siamese disguised
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
PUSEY IN WINDY

PUSEY IN WINDY

HEAVY rain and h.gli and Stratford club riders were made Fund son.. t rtt kr for closely bracketed in the the c 4 competitors in _ the rminermil awards Leamincton Victory Motor Two of the 19 special. Cycle Clubs - Good observed sections settled the Troph. trial at the result as
January 16, 1974 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England