May: The annual meeting of the Reading Cine and Tape Recording Society was held on Monday. The retiring chairman, Mr. R J Lee recalled some of the highlights of the past year. Mr D M Noyes was proposed for the chairmanship by Mr Lee and his election was carried. Other elections for the coming year were: Vice-chairman, Mr J Helder; secretary Mrs R Noyes; assist. secretary and programme secretary , Mr D F Holt; and treasurer Mr F A Sandham. The evening wound up with a bring and buy sale with Mr Noyes acting as auctioneer.
Mr R J Lee of the Reading Cine and Tape Recording Society demonstrated to the Kennet Camera club on Tuesday how effective tape-recording can be added to slide shows to improve the presentation.
Messrs. Ivor J Congdon and H Alien demonstrated some of the latest projectors to Reading Cine and Tape Recording Society on Monday.
Oct:. Amateur film-maker Mr Doug Noyes showed his humourous picture of Reading life "Our Town" at the Reading Cine and Tape Recording Society. Most remarkable film was Mr Gordon Rowley's "Cactus Polonaise" in which a number of cactus plants dance a ballet.
Miss Davies beats the lot. MERRY grey-haired Miss Marjorie
Davies who admits "I am not much of a photographer really"
has left more experienced members for the Reading Cine and Tape Recording
Society blushing by winning one of the society's top awards.