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£2,063 FOR

£2,063 FOR

HUNGARY By yesterday morning the Mayor of Reading's Hungarian Relief Fund had reached a total of £2,063 ss. Bd. Donations received since last week include £lOO from the Reading Co-operative Society. £5O each from Samuel Elliott and Sons (Reading), Ltd., Baylis the Grocers, Ltd.,
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
t Henley

t Henley

• BREAK-UP OF COMMUNISM BEGINNING? DPROPOSING a vote of thanks to Viscountess Hambleden, who opened the Conservative Party's Christini-s bazaar a Town Hall on Saturday, and welcoming the decision of the organizers to make a donation from the proceeds t the Hungarian Relief Fund,
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Obstruction

Obstruction

For causing an unnecessary obstruction in the Market Place, Reading, on October 12. Anne Claypole, of Glebe Farm, Matting Icy, near Basingstoke, was fined £2. For not having a current driving licence she was fined 10s. Police evidence was given that her car was left outside a ba
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Reading County Magistrates' Court Careless Driving

Reading County Magistrates' Court Careless Driving

Found guilty by Reading County Magistrates, on Friday, of driving his car carelessly on the London Road at Earley on October R. Brian Jordon, of 17, Mansfield Road, Reading, was fined £l5 with £3 7s. costs. His licence was I endorsed. He was said to have overtaken two lorries an
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Detention Centre for Youth

Detention Centre for Youth

When Barry Roy Bicknell (18), of 14, Marsack Street, Reading, appeared, having been remanded pending a vacancy in a detention centre, the Magistrates were told that he had in the meantime received his call-up papers under the National Service Act. Mr. E. D. Berry, appearing for
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
.PART STILI. 2, St. Gawp's Tomos, Reading.

.PART STILI. 2, St. Gawp's Tomos, Reading.

.PART STILI. 2, St. Tomos, Reading. 31, Hilcot Road, Reading. aged 9 years; VALERIE JEAN ST. PETER, 2. Great Lea Farm Cottages, Three Mile Cros. Reading. 'aged 11 years; JACQUELINE IRUSSELL, 17. Caversham Road. Reading; BARRY STELL, 2, St. George's Terrace, Reading. aged 9 years;
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WOODCRAFT FOLK'S 17th BIRTHDAY

WOODCRAFT FOLK'S 17th BIRTHDAY

-- - To celebrate the 17th birthday of the Reading Woodcraft Folk a party was held on Saturday, nearly 60 people attending. The catering was arranged by the Folk themselves. Ind a birthday cake was provided by the Reading Co-operative Society. Mr. H. King. district leader. recal
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
it *MAC it West Reading Community Association

it *MAC it West Reading Community Association

it it West Reading Community Association The Community Association of the West End held their annual Christmas fair on Saturday at Grovelands SchooL It was 'opened by Coun. and Mrs. J. S. Woodrow, supported by Aid. T. Smart. Coun. WOODROW, who is president of the association, con
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
I 11 I II

I 11 I II

November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
gilt ittabhia Stankab

gilt ittabhia Stankab

EDITORIAL t PUBLISHING GITICES: 13 A 15. TAUT STRUM. Hanataain 8010 TelereMel " Tim - Reading Standard' Registerad at the Genera Pon Wise se • and for transinissloa abroad. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1956.
November 30, 1956 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England