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AOIC RELIEF WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS matter how deeprooted obstinate the cause, you needn’t suffer a minute longer from agonising stomach pain and indigestion. Bisma-Kex brings sweet relief in three minutes. Relieves flatulence, soothes stomach membranes, stops pain. Price 2/2i and
10 April 1941 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HAIRDRESSING

HAIRDRESSING

AT LOUETTE’S, 19, Hill Street. Have the Ideal Perm, without the “Ordeal.” From 17/6. —Tel. 61134 PERFECT PERMANENT WAVING the Wella-Rapid, Othermo, or Eugene processes.—Book your appointment with Phyllis* Benefit Boot chambers, 46a. Smithford Street. USE’LL COME to You Madam, an
10 April 1941 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
QUALITY - SUITS The Wise—and Economic Buyer to-day looks for Long:, Lasting;, Hardwearing Quality Suits that Give Good Service. E.

QUALITY - SUITS The Wise—and Economic Buyer to-day looks for Long:, Lasting;, Hardwearing Quality Suits that Give Good Service. E.

J. Godfrey FOR SUIT TUIT YOU 218, FOLESHILL ROAD COVNT.iY ’Phone 5275
10 April 1941 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
I*!tl *J.\ Little Tough Guys Ukim] and Harry Carey All the weeks CODE OF THE STREETS (A), 3.40, 6.25, 9.0.

I*!tl *J.\ Little Tough Guys Ukim] and Harry Carey All the weeks CODE OF THE STREETS (A), 3.40, 6.25, 9.0.

And: TO-MORROW AT MIDNIGHT (A). 3.10, 6.10, 9.0. And: TWO DAYS TO LIVE (U),
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
BALE FOR CHILDREN

BALE FOR CHILDREN

BOYS’ MELTON OVERCOATS Well tailored coats with half belt and inverted pleats. Double-breasted style in navy or brown. Cap length free with every coat. Sizes 2 to 3, S'i each io/5; 0 to 1, 9/5; and 000 to 00. each GIRLS’ COAT BARGAINS Grand value here! Assorted types, including
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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PLAY LEADERS FOR PARKS

PLAY LEADERS FOR PARKS

Catering for Coventry Children’s Holidays Two play leaders —one man and one woman—are to be appointed by Coventry Education Committee to provide supervision of children's recreation in public parks in Coventry during the elementary schools’ summer holiday. This scheme is to foll
23 May 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

AIR MINISTRY CIVILIAN INSTRUCTORS REQUIRED VACANCIES EXIST FOE CIVILIAN FITTER AND METAL AIRCRAFT RIGGER INSTRUCTORS at an initial rate of pay of £4 ss. a week inclusive, increasing to £4 10s. Od. on the satisfactory completion of a probationary period, and thereafter by annual
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CENSORED

CENSORED

The more observant race of newspaper readers may have noted the absence from their favourite journals of certain items of domestic and military news that is wont to receive prominence in more normal times; they may have noted, too, that newspapers appear totally unaware of a num
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Delivery

Delivery

The only satisfying thine about the delivery of that addressed box-lid was the fact that it suggested the saussiges had at least been posted in Zurich. Found in Inland Section without contents said the neat little official stamp in English. But apparently the lid had to pass the
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The KING’S VISIT TO HIS TROOPS

The KING’S VISIT TO HIS TROOPS

Men of Midland Regiments Among Those Inspected a camouflaged shooting-brake, distinguished from other military vehicles only by a tiny Royal Standard fluttering from the the King yesterday made a 78-mile tour of towns and Ullages the Southern Command. It was the first of a serie
3 January 1940 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England