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Refused

Refused

When he called McClusky back, the motor cyclist told h.tn chat he still refused to pay the One ; It was proved that the law was wront by the exempuou of Sikhs, he said. Mr Wells told McClusky. of 212. Sadler Road. Radford. that there were lots of rules and regulations in this co
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SU N DAY mornings are not peak viewing times, I am sure. Programmes aim at 'NW 4 it

SU N DAY mornings are not peak viewing times, I am sure. Programmes aim at 'NW 4 it

21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
PILLAR BOX BIRTHDAYS

PILLAR BOX BIRTHDAYS

Floating soap idea sinks THE PLUG was pulled -ost at the weekend on Coventry Junior Chamber's attempt to produce the best mock export idea in the country. Their detailed plans to manufacture and export Flotsoap a form of novelty soap that -- sank in the face of competition from
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Extending

Extending

Mr. K. .1. Martin is asking Solihull Council to approve hii plans to extend 21. Alder Lane, Bakal' Common. to form an enlarged hying room and garage, and a new cloakroom.
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTIVES AT MILLWALL SOCCER violence is obviously of concern to a great many people —to football clubs, to the vast

MOTIVES AT MILLWALL SOCCER violence is obviously of concern to a great many people —to football clubs, to the vast

majority of supporters who are sickened by it, to the police, magistrates and MPs, and to newspapers and television. It is hoped that it was just such a feeling of concern which prompted Panorama's now-controversial film of some of Millwall's supporters. However, it is now clear
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
`What to do' hole in the road poser

`What to do' hole in the road poser

ENGINEERS were wondering today what to do with a hole in the road that Just grew and grew. For it is thought to be part of an old mineshaft that goes down 480 ft and could be difficult to fill in. The hole, now 20ft deep and 30ft serum covers three law of the northbound way of B
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
pickets

pickets

STRIKING firemen at Coventry's Foleshill Road station will no longer be shivering during their lonely nights on picket duty. They have been lent a plush caravan with all mod. cons. to keep them warm and comfortable. The caravan belongs to Mr and Mrs George Hill. who live in near
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
M. 13114 Sat. 14114 THE REAL THING

M. 13114 Sat. 14114 THE REAL THING

21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
WITH a

WITH a

mandiather. father and brother having Scouting associations. 14-year-old Claire Toms had little alternative she joined the 3rd Coventry South Guides. And now, she has now won the Queen's Guide Award. To fulfil the requirements Claire. who lives at Dillotford Avenue. Cheylesmore.
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CLAY LANE SHOP

CLAY LANE SHOP

MR HUBERT PAYNE. of 29. worth. who has died at the Coventry businessman. He shop in Clay Lane later Woodland Road, Kennage of 78. was a former had a men's outfitting in Victoria Street, HUI- Before the First World War (he served in France with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Mr
21 November 1977 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England