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Day out may have saved woman from caravan blaze

Day out may have saved woman from caravan blaze

WHILE their Boxing Day dinner still waited for them at the station. Reading's firemen went on from one fire to another at 18a Hawthorn Road, Dunsden. where a blaze severely damaged a caravan, the home of 72-year-old Mrs. Mabel Hiley, which is parked in her daughter's back garden
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
at Town Hall

at Town Hall

EVELYN ROTHWELL (Oboe). accompanied by Valda Aveling at the piano, entertained a large audience at the Town Hall on Thursday of last week in the latest lunchhour concert in the present seties. Miss Rothwell (who in private life is Lady Etarbirolli) opened her recital with Sonata
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE NAMES THAT MADE

THE NAMES THAT MADE

1 HEADLINES 1 , MR. R. St. J. QUARRY, chairman of Reading Conservative Association, received the OBE in the New Year Honours List. The Conservative Agent since 1955, 1.4.-Col. A. W. Shirley, announced his retirement, and in March his successor. Mr. Leonard Aim, was appointed. De
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HOCKEY Second half recovery earns draw

HOCKEY Second half recovery earns draw

I II OTH the Reading and Oxford " Hawks teams were obviously influenced by the extra cold in the match at Reading on Saturday. The result, a 2-2 draw, fairly reflected ' the skill of both sides, who were obably more intent on keeping their circulation flowing than anything else.
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Scoring chances wasted

Scoring chances wasted

WOKINGHAM TOWN 6, LETCHWORTH TOWN I WOKINGHAM had only themselves to blame for not taking both points in Tuesday's return fixture—a match which rarely produced any play of quality. In command for practically the whole 90 minutes, and with several fine gcal-scoring opportunities
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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Narrow defeat for Reading

Narrow defeat for Reading

A STRONG tide included I-a English Internstionsl Leadbetter (twe caps i 1954), proved a tint when vhited Hebei Park es and bent Resoling by a try to malting. The chilling wind, which made enjoyment of the play difficult for players and spectators alike, kept hands cold, with the
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Refused to move

Refused to move

When a group of youths in Friar Street. on Saturday, were asked to move because they were blocking the footway, they all did so with the exceptiod of Phillip Slade (25). of 11 Dulverton Gardens, said Supt. E. Denton. Slade admitted wilfully obstructing the pavement and was fined
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BSA Owners' Club

BSA Owners' Club

Members of the recently-formed held a successful Christmas party at the Berkshire, King's Road. Reading, last Friday evening. Club evenings will be held every 'Tuesday at 7.30 pm throughout the winter at the Berkshire. and new members will be welcomed.
December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
METHODIST - WESLEY QUEEN'S ROAD 11 am : REV. P. W. LUXTON 6.30 pm : REV. A. E. EMERSON

METHODIST - WESLEY QUEEN'S ROAD 11 am : REV. P. W. LUXTON 6.30 pm : REV. A. E. EMERSON

December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE SALVATION ARMY ST. MARY'S BUTTS II am. 3 pm and 13.45 pm : BRIGADIER & MRS. JAMES GILMAN

THE SALVATION ARMY ST. MARY'S BUTTS II am. 3 pm and 13.45 pm : BRIGADIER & MRS. JAMES GILMAN

December 29, 1961 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England