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13 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Broadcasting Programmes To-night NATIONAL (IN k.c., 1,1114.4 rn.) 1.11, Children: Piano solos, Cecil Dixon. Adventure in 1932: 2, After Big

Broadcasting Programmes To-night NATIONAL (IN k.c., 1,1114.4 rn.) 1.11, Children: Piano solos, Cecil Dixon. Adventure in 1932: 2, After Big

Game, hi J. B. Ricketts. Songs, Frederick Grier wood. Hie Majesty comes over all Handyman, story by Norman Hunter. _g.B, .Time; Weather. News. Farmers' 11.26, Interlude. CIO, Schumann Violin and Piano Sonatas. lean Pougnet and Betty Bumby. SAS, New Books, Desmond McCarthy. 7.1-7
13 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CONSPIRACY CHARGE

CONSPIRACY CHARGE

London Salvage Corps Chief Arrested ALLEGED ASSOCIATION WITH LEOPOLD HARRIS CAPTAIN B. E. MILES REMANDED ON E 5,000 BAIL Captain itrynmor Eric Miles, chief of the London Salvage Corps, appeared at How Street this afternoon on a charge of " conspiracy with Leopold Harris to the A
20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
DOUBLE MURDER

DOUBLE MURDER

CHARGE Man Committed for Trial at Bromsgrove AN ALLEGED NOT DONE IN FIT OF FURY " Alfred James Johnson, 26, appeared at Bromsgrove to-day, charged with murdering his mother. Gertrude Elizabeth Johnson (55), and his sister, Hilda Gertrude Johnson (28), at Rubery, neat Birmingham,
20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-DAY IN THE GARDEN

TO-DAY IN THE GARDEN

MIXING THE HERBACEOUS BORDER.—The pretty display of your flowers next summer depends on the way in which you carefully place the plants in the herbaceous border at this time of the year. A good rule is always to plant similar flowers in groups of uneven number, such as three, fi
20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY AND SOCIAL WELFARE

COVENTRY AND SOCIAL WELFARE

The Provost of Coventry makes an interesting announcement with regard to social welfare workers of this city. He states that he has been asked, and has gladly consented, to invite all the various organisations which are engaged in such worthy endeavours to a service in the Cathe
20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
AN EXCELLENT RECORD

AN EXCELLENT RECORD

Mr. Turner said the failure to provide the necessary guard did not appear to ho deliberate. The firm had an excellent record with regard to complying with the requirements of the Factory Act, but owing to the met that a girl had been maimed it had not been possible to overlook t
20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED

SITUATIONS WANTED

SBILLED Carpenter and Joiner Requires Houses Carpenter and any kind of Woodwork by day or woework.--iluvrave, 7, R. Monists' Road, Longford. SMART Man gecko position. Clothing, Outfitting; honest haril worker, conscientious. proved sl•ilitin; thoroughly experienced; sati.tactor,
20 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CONTRASTS

CONTRASTS

At length the bewigged place and sword bearers made their appearance from the Mayoress's Parlour, ushering in the Mayor (Councillor 0. M. Flinn), followed by the aldermen in their scarlet robes, and the councillors in blue robes and white gloves. The five lady councillors wore t
9 November 1933 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England