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the covered market needed considerable improvement. He hoped also that the Council would bee that the elevation of the new

the covered market needed considerable improvement. He hoped also that the Council would bee that the elevation of the new

building would be In conformity Iwith the general aspect of the "We are a brick town, and we have made some of the finest hand-made bricks In the country. Let us see that it is a jolly nice building with a nice brick facade. I do not want to see hideous reinforced concrete. "I a
December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Free Church for Southcote Estate

Free Church for Southcote Estate

The provision of a Free Church for the Southcote Estate, Reading. was the subject of • meeting held at the Broad Street Congregational Church, on Wednesday evening. over which the Rev. John Wilding presided. Representatives of the Free Churches in Reading attended. ii. Luakett s
December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Christmu "I aru

Christmu "I aru

December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
December 4, 1953

December 4, 1953

December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Christmas at the Y.M.C.A.

Christmas at the Y.M.C.A.

All some people seem to know about the TM. Is that It did • good Job in running canteens for the boys In two world wars. They know little or nothing of Its day to day work in peacetime. Go some night and see what Is on at 30, Friar Street. under the experienced guidance of Mr. W
December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Running at a Loss

Running at a Loss

In reply, Aid. PALMER, Transport Committee chairman, said the matter had been considered at two meetings of the committee. Only 27 other municipalities granted similar concessions. and from inquiries made, they had not been informed that they had been beneficial but in fact to t
December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TILEHURST

TILEHURST

Boys Brigade. The fourth Reading Company of the Boys' Brigade presented Blades " Nondescripts." • variety entertainment. at the Assembly Ball on Saturday. The programme included piano selectiorui by S. V. Slade, drum solo and impressions by J. Sandford. character songs by J. Sla
December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MOTOR CABS

MOTOR CABS

AIM YOU your or Voe base larpe stocks or Paco cellulose enamel la all colours. also thinoers. uadetetutt aid and rub suitable for brushtletwOr Mats I Co.. •23- • Oxford Nadi& a Telephone • also at 1013. friar Wrest. Telethon; 2slolo AUSTIN Somerset. Oct., 19.33. flOO =Ora. leath
December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
COOKSZY a (c. W. . Wm% V. 4.1.). AND ESTATE AGRATS, VALUERS. AND HOTEL BROKERL WWI ASSESSORS. 17. PLACE. ERADINLL

COOKSZY a (c. W. . Wm% V. 4.1.). AND ESTATE AGRATS, VALUERS. AND HOTEL BROKERL WWI ASSESSORS. 17. PLACE. ERADINLL

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December 4, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England