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REGIONAL FOOTBALL AT LEAMINGTON

REGIONAL FOOTBALL AT LEAMINGTON

Experiment to be Continued The Birmingham club is to continue the experiment of playing “home” matches at Leamington, and Leicester City will be opposed in a Midland Regional match there on January 13. The attendance of 2,112 at last week’s game with Coventry City at Learnington
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

KAISER. -To Gwendoline (nee Wagstaff) and Bernard Kaiser, late of Whitley, on December 29th at 118, Westwood Road son. Martin Stuart. Both well. POSTIMS. —On December 29th. Mr. and Mrs. W. Postin* of Allesley. at the Highlands Nursing Home son. ENGAGEMENTS BROOXb—POWELL The enga
30 December 1939 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CALVERT-BLACKWELL

CALVERT-BLACKWELL

The engagement is announced between George William, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvert, of Colne, Lancs., to Elizabeth Mary (Betty) Blackwell, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Blackwell, of Alveston,” 127 a, Dickens Road Radford. EVANS-HAYWOOD The engagement is announced between
30 December 1939 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FINANCIAL

FINANCIAL

BIRBECK * WALKER, LTD., BarDican Cham bets. 33a, Earl Street. Coventry (Telephone Coventry 5284) Loans to all daily Ct ASH Accommodation without delay. - Birbeck / and Walker, Ltd., 53a, Earl Street, Coventry C'tASH Advanced without security.—Birbeck and Walker, Ltd . Ear, Stree
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
YOU ARE FREE TO CHOOSE ANY BUTCHER YOU LIKE YOU MUST REGISTER NOT LATER THAN

YOU ARE FREE TO CHOOSE ANY BUTCHER YOU LIKE YOU MUST REGISTER NOT LATER THAN

MONDAY Bth JANUARY AN ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE MINISTRY OF FOOD, GT. WESTMINSTER HOUSE, LONDON, S.W4
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Current iSIs ‘ASPRO’ will banish-1 COLDS & ’FLU smashed in one night by two ‘ASPRO tablets and a hot lemon

Current iSIs ‘ASPRO’ will banish-1 COLDS & ’FLU smashed in one night by two ‘ASPRO tablets and a hot lemon

drink. 2 RHEUMATIC PAIN safely relieved by 2 to 4 tablets after meals. 3 SORE THROATS & TONSILLITIS banished by gargling with 2 ‘ASPRO’ tablets in half a glass of water. 4 LUMBAGO AND SCIATIC PAINS soothed away. 5 CHILDREN’S CHILLS AND FEVERISH COMPLAINTS banished by prompt acti
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Hose Fully fashioned pura silk & Rayon, lisle welt and feet. SALE PRICE pur « si « 2/11 Pure Silk

Hose Fully fashioned pura silk & Rayon, lisle welt and feet. SALE PRICE pur « si « 2/11 Pure Silk

Hose Fine gauge, fully fashioned. Us., welt and ft .« SALE PRICE ... fJIQ Cashmere Hose 1/1 Rib and expanding welt. In a good range of colO'Urs. SALE PRICE ... iamg wen. 1/3i Art Silk Hose 70 gauge needle with fashionable splicing. In a variety of new colours. SALE PRICE 1/- Hos
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
BURST PIPES FOR PROMPT ATTENTION REG. SUDDENS, R.P., M.I.P. Also PLUMBING Hot water fitting GLAZING PAINTING AND DECORATING £neral property

BURST PIPES FOR PROMPT ATTENTION REG. SUDDENS, R.P., M.I.P. Also PLUMBING Hot water fitting GLAZING PAINTING AND DECORATING £neral property

REPAIRS, ETC. Office: Z *7, HUMBER AVENUE ’PHONE 5810. Private : KERESLEY 315.
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
4 9 11 ... 16 0

4 9 11 ... 16 0

Bolton Birkenhead 9 2 ... 13 10 Exeter '. 8 ... 10 0 Gloucester .. Warriußton
30 December 1939 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
ORMONDE AND HYPERION

ORMONDE AND HYPERION

The first Duke of Westminster’s Ormonde, triple crown winner of 1886, had an undefeated career. In all he contested 16 races, and won over £28,000. Hio name is given to the Ormonde Stakes, run at the annual fixture at Chester, near which is Eaton Hall, residence of the Duke of W
30 December 1939 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England