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Shinwell better

Shinwell better

Labour peer Lord Shinwell, 90, has been discharged from Middlesex Hospital, London, a spokesman said today. He went into hospital last month after a fall at his London flat.
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
2 EVENING POST Wednesday, July t, 1915

2 EVENING POST Wednesday, July t, 1915

July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BBC-Z

BBC-Z

5.00 Wimbledon Tennis and Benson Cup Cricket (continued) 7.30 Weather, Newsday 7.45 The Master Game. TV chess knockout competition. Tony Miles. junior World Champion v Howard Williams. Captain of Wales in Chess Olympics 1974 8.10 Ascent of Man. Music of the Spheres. Dr .1 Brnino
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
"They were planned on a long term basis, not only on today's needs, or next month, but next year and

"They were planned on a long term basis, not only on today's needs, or next month, but next year and

the year after. In other words, years rather than weeks or months." said David Mitchell. - But surely, - I asked him. - the present climate is generally very different One is constantly hearing talk of liquidity problems. garages going out of business cutbacks. and a general sca
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Marry

Marry

He had been convicted ni burglary. going : equipped for burglary and resisting a police officer in the execution of his duty. Judge Lawrence Verney gate him a nine month prison sent. ence suspended fo: two years and ordered him to pay £4 costs after hearing that Appleby had kept
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
nners may ase curbs on ffice building tEADING'S tough clampdown on office developnent will be under scrutiny at the town's

nners may ase curbs on ffice building tEADING'S tough clampdown on office developnent will be under scrutiny at the town's

policy .ommittee meeting tomorrow. A total ban on major office schemes was slapped on the town in october 1973 in the wake of an escalating boom in office expansion. Councillors are now • ,eins advised to slacken p olice wage rises he vice and allow 150,000 quare feet of new off
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
. / • A member of the 2nd Woodley Brownies Feline reveals her feline disguise, above, in a per- formance

. / • A member of the 2nd Woodley Brownies Feline reveals her feline disguise, above, in a per- formance

of Jellicle Cats at the Woodley District Brownies revels held at the area's fun. at College of Further Education. And fellow Brownies, below, among the seven packs who attended, watch the mime revels event with interest. The afternoon attracted around 100 Brownies to the annual
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
New hope

New hope

July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
plan EVENING POST REPORTER

plan EVENING POST REPORTER

Now more talks will take place between the town council and the developers the John Lewis Partnership along these lines before any final decisions on the scheme are made. The future of the whole scheme has been put in doubt recently by opposition to the Company's plans to demoli
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
40 daily

40 daily

In Berkshire and Hampshire there are up to 40 blazes in each county daily. Most of them are quite small but there are fears that the many large areas of forestry may go up. The Hampshire brigade is particularly worried about the New Forest Already there have been a number of sma
July 2, 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England