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To Repay Stolen Money

To Repay Stolen Money

George William Wood Pullen (23). bus conductor. of 66. Hall Road. Sheffield. pleaded guilty .0 stealing £I7 from Mr. Ernest John Brown. at 2. Be'sten Gardens. Beading. Chief Insp. C. Woodward. prosecuting. said defendant lodged at the house. Mr. Brown left the house, and when he
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SUTTON'S STAFF SHOW

SUTTON'S STAFF SHOW

unable to be present to make the presentation of prizes in the and her daughter. Miss Jose. Button deputized for her. First prizewinners were : _ Vegetables. Collection, E. L. Embery; Dish, R. FTOUde; Potatoes, kidney white, J, Drew; Potatoes. coloured. W. A. Crook; Potatoes. ro
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Your Reading List INDIA FROM INSIDE

Your Reading List INDIA FROM INSIDE

Invitation to an Eastern Feast, by Austin Coates (Hutchinson, 21a), is the story of the experiences of the author in India and beyond—but from a special angle. While in India on war service, Mr. Coates fell in love with the , country, when peace came restumed there, and lived th
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Jubilee of a Pioneer Service [By Our Special Correspondent]

Jubilee of a Pioneer Service [By Our Special Correspondent]

TBEwill be something like a frofal dance at Heston in Cornwall on Monday next. " Furry Day" bee been observed at Ralston on May 8 for centuries, but on August 17 the Jubilee of the road motor service inaugurated by the Great Western Railway in 1903 from Relston to the Lizard, a
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
"Pussy Toes"

"Pussy Toes"

I spent many hlteresting minutes this week at Miss Sartain's exhibition of flower pictures at the Municipal Art Gallery. Apart from the supreme artistry of the pictures I was struck by the fact that so many of our old English wild flowers were found by Ws Sartain on mountain sid
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Greyhound Racing STADIUM SELECTIONS

Greyhound Racing STADIUM SELECTIONS

" Onlooker " selects the following as likely winners at tomorrow's Stadium meeting: - 1 - ar - DistaW(l;72 - ); - .1aci (placo); 7 7.17, Silver (W.). Him Nips (P); .34, Loose Hattie (W). Navimay Pride (P); Dance Hostess (W.), Good Apia (P); 8.10. Hell (W), Dine Dateber (P); 828,
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FIXTURE WANTED

FIXTURE WANTED

Huntley and Palmer. B tam are without a fixture for Saturday, August 22. Any clubs similarly placed are requested to write to Mr. H. E. Petty. cricket secretary, R. aid PA Raerutioa Club. _
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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; . Call. wrote or phono Personnel MJnager

August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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400 Cars le Steak. Open daily until 8 p.m., or by appointment. Austin 7 Ruby Wools, 1936, neat and tidy order, excellent runner £1:25 Austin 7 dropbeed coupe, 1888. full faunae,, good tyres, anima to run , £l66 h Austin @ .p. 4-door saloon. 1947, full de-luxe model. dark bins, cl
August 14, 1953 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England