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That many makersare ready and willing to go into a huddle with operators.
That working in buildings with .4 " perfect " airconditioning system is inclined to make one drowsy.
That there's nothing to beat natural fresh air if it can be obtained in the black-out without letting in draughts and letting out light.
Of someone saying that an A.A. barrage sounds like intensive carpet-beating, whereas, in reality, it is ceiling dusting 0 That by a new Soviet process Russian dandelion and other rubber-producing plants can be tapped 8-10 times a season. _ Of a Polytechnic day school for boys of 12 and upwards for educafion in motor and commercialvehicle bodybuilding.
That whilst the general design of tractors shows but little change, power farming in this country has been completely revolutionized since the start of the present war That any further extension of control would make the term "road-haulage" a hollow mockery.
Of a marked increase in the number of firms specializing on the sale and servicing of agricultural tractors.
That during 1943 the U.S.A. will produce 7,500 heavy lorries, 9,200 trailers, and 2,100 third-axle conversion sets.
That Glasgow Gas Department is supplying 3-,000 gallons of creosote per week to the city's Transport Department.
That this represents about 10 per cent: of the total fuel oil used there for public transport.
That air and oil are occupying increasingly important places in the design and operation of many commercial vehicles.
That in war-time even the country bus must sacrifice a measure of passenger comfort to an increased measure of accommodation.
That Lord Leathers's post-war policy is extended co-operation between rail %road, sea and air services. .
That in 1940 the output of repaired aircraft was only 13 per cent, of the
ittit g new; now it is 70 per cent.
That the medical profession has vetoed any development likely to lead to cornple4e Government control.
• That the increase in tyre life from • 3,000 miles to over 20,000 miles has been largely due to research work.
That a ream .of "obsolete " ' notepaper sent for reheading had to be trimmed to.onform with the restrietions on size.