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Shop here – and help the hungry

Shop here – and help the hungry

Shop here - and help the hungry M ANY shoppers cdtmplain at the price of thins in local shops at this time of ...year—but there is one shop in Reading where every penny spent goes towards a good cause. is the " Bring-and-Buy " shop in Friar Street, run entirely' by the Reading Co
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CORSETRY & UNDERWEAR

CORSETRY & UNDERWEAR

COATS • DRESSES BLOUSES • SKIRTS KNITWEAR W.X., O.S. X.O.S. DRESSES In assorted styles in Wools, Rayons, Ikels in plain colours and winter prints. 29 1 11 to 394 i USUALLYJS9/8-112,29ftr W.X., os. It X.O.S. MODEL DRESSES 59 1 1t.t0 794 i USUALLY_Birrii. to_Birtfis. Come ! W.X.,
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Reeding Standard, December 28, 1962

Reeding Standard, December 28, 1962

December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
END OF AN ERA

END OF AN ERA

rrHREE long-established Reading businesses—between them they had 250 years trading in the town—changed hands during the year. In March, Barnes and Avis Ltd., 50 years old, with a main store in Friar Street and a branch at Wokingham, was sold to Home Electrics Ltd. . . . Three mo
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ALSO AT LONDON BROMLEY KINGSTON CHELTENHAM EXETER INADFORI

ALSO AT LONDON BROMLEY KINGSTON CHELTENHAM EXETER INADFORI

ALSO AT LONDON BROMLEY CHELTENHAM EXETER INADFORI Reading Standard, December 28, 1962 11 prunalisr !••fte' li lt It : ;;; it.. :,.., : : H:.: • . VI . s . • t/ .. •• • • • • A .• 4•9 . ...:i • 02 The DireCiOrli sod Staff of LANGSTON & SONS LTD. wish to express their appreciation
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
It was a really happy time in the old people's homes

It was a really happy time in the old people's homes

T HE Mayor and Mayoress of Reading, Aid, and Mrs. E. C. E. Barrett, helped Christmas celebrations along at Reading Corporation's seven homes for old people, when they visited each one on Thursday last week. ef the homes celebrated the seism be the reel traditimei way. at Wadden
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HE WOULD NOT MOVE

HE WOULD NOT MOVE

A man who persistently refused to move from the pavement in St. Mary's Butts on Friday evening appeared before Reading Magi%- trates on Monday charged v.iih obstructing the footpath. Charles Frederick Finlayson (27) of 49 Zinzan Street, pleaded guilty and was fined £2.
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Theft charge

Theft charge

21- for 57 weeks Deposit 121; LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE _ . Always a popular feature in the borne. Neatly designed, with decorative glass front. Style as Illustrated 10 Gns. TOdays value f.13.17.8.° OUR PRICE! 2/8 for In liar" Large size CHINA _ • in beautiful Continental TO CL.E
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S CARD

SATURDAY'S CARD

(Ranners not in trap order) FIRST RACE 460 _yards Strole Galore - Stoves Tiger ALAMO KING " Barker Just Great _ . Grand Applause ....... Barker Flogrowe ........... Jeffrey Res., Mayfly 7 C 46 SEOND _ . NM yards Harke'r Sherry
December 28, 1962 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England