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MEMORIAL PARK COVENTRY

MEMORIAL PARK COVENTRY

SATURDAY, JUNE 1954 2.20 VAL INDIVIDUAL SNAINFIDISNIF OF THE MIDLANDS. BOLOS—LEN BAYLISS. AUSTIN CRISWELL, RALPH ELLISON. Mc. SIDBCARS REO. MONTY. DILL SWANS HARRY HILL. etc. NO RETORTIONATB PRIMO! ADULTS V-, CHILDREN M. LAN PARK ROPRISHMENTS. A REAL FAMILY TREAT! The RALEIGH "
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CHEMIST VO THEIR WORKS LASOMATOgY.

CHEMIST VO THEIR WORKS LASOMATOgY.

Aleph* . anr must be experienced la Perrot*. and Non-Per roes Analysis. sad Moo possess ttimc knaledge fierier Metallurgy and Heat T w reatment VIOL " EVENING TELEGRAPH."
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESSES FOB SALE

BUSINESSES FOB SALE

BINTON and Joyce.— L 300 (offers); small Lock-up Cafe. could be converted for many trades; rent 25/- weekly (inclusive).— Apply Agents. 44. Queen Victoria Road ('Phone 40132; closed hours 40672). LMITABLIBBILD Car-Hire and Taxi Business. together with attractive modern residence
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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54;t4 Pa– °1...4..5jf°

54;t4 Pa °1...4..5jf° es#tu reb 7 porce: tain enamelled on steel sink and drainer (R. or L. hand) 4231 n long. iglin front to back 361 n high. THIS IS IT THE FINEST VALUE IN SINK UNITS IN THE MIDLANDS' MODELS DISPLAYED IN OUR SHOWROOMS - WHY NOT CALL TO-MORROW & INSPECT ONE? , -,
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MAIN PROBLEM

MAIN PROBLEM

The main problem facing the two leaders during the week-end, is the methods they are to adopt to
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
AUSTRALIA'S IMPORTANT OIL STRIKE A new oil strike in Western Australia, at Rough Range No. 1 well close to the

AUSTRALIA'S IMPORTANT OIL STRIKE A new oil strike in Western Australia, at Rough Range No. 1 well close to the

Exmouth Gulf, was announced by Mr. J. W. Thomas. manager of the West Australian Petroleum Proprietary Company. Last year's discovery of oil" the most important made in the search for oil in Australia" according to one oil expert—set off more intensive drilling and the latest suc
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
O • 4 11 - 14 : Members of Conley Youth Centre decorating their clubrooms as part of a self-help

O • 4 11 - 14 : Members of Conley Youth Centre decorating their clubrooms as part of a self-help

scheme.
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Washer May Find Drobny a Difficult Proposition pHIIIPPE WASHER, of Belgium, yesterday's surprise winner over the Americans " seeded "

Washer May Find Drobny a Difficult Proposition pHIIIPPE WASHER, of Belgium, yesterday's surprise winner over the Americans " seeded "

player, Art Larsen, and Wimbledon's favourite, Jaroslav Drobny, meet in the first match on the Centre Court at Wimbledon to-day. threatening as today's first arrivals awaited admission. Earlier, there was heavy rain for about an hour and some courts were covered with tarpaulins.
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL LANDS

SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL LANDS

1 P * Celebrating their arrival in home waters are the men of the submarine Tally Ho which has just completed a 2.800-mile crossing of the Atlantic from Bermuda, mostly below surface.
25 June 1954 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England