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The next seven days from January16-January 22 MONDAY IRTE (Cheltenham and Gloucester) meeting: "Vehicle shock absorbers" by K. Chivers. Armstrong Shock Absorbers. Walls House 'Training Centre), Barnwead, Gloucester, 7.30 p.m.
IRTE (Hull and East Yorks) meeting: "Leyland gas turbines" by P. A. Phillips. of BLMC, The College of Technology. Queen's Gardens. Hull. 8 p.m.
TUESDAY IRTE (Midlands) meeting: "Spare part handling and control" by H. V. London, dealer parts development manager. Rover Co. Ltd. Midlands Electricity Board, 16 Summer lane. Birmingham 19, 7.30 p.m.
IRTE (North Eastern) meeting: "Practical problems experienced in plating and testing a large mixed fleet" by J, E. Johnson, MIRTE. Three Tuns Hotel. Durham City. 7.30 p.m.
'PIE (North Western) meeting: -Safety aspects in road transport" by R. B. Daniell, Exchange Hotel, Liverpool. 7.30 p.m IRTE IThames Valley) meeting: -Workshop tools and equipment" by speaker from Brown Bros. Ltd. The Angel Hotel, St. Paul's Row. High Wycombe. 7.30 p.m. ITA (London) lecture: "Some current aspects of transport law' by T. H. Campbell Wardlaw, solicitor. The Lecture Theatre. Royal Society of Arts. John Adam St.. Strand. London. WC2. 6 p.m for 645 p.m
ITA (Manchester) meeting : "'Container shipping" by Manchester Liners Ltd. Lecture Theatre RIOT. Remold Building, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technotogy. Sackville St., Manchester 1, 7 p.m.
loT (Scottish} meeting: 'Policies and politics" by P. M. Thomas, chairman, Scottish Transport Group. North British Hotel. Edinburgh. 5.30 for 6 p.m.
FTA 1Surrey and Middlesex) members' forum. Greyhound Hotel. Croydon, 7.30 p.m.
FTA (Central (Falkirk} Scotland) members' meeting: "Plating and testing-the new provisions". Falkirk Metropolitan Hotel. Falkirk, 7 p.m.
WEDNESDAY IRTE (East Midlands) meeting: -Road transport cleaning problems and solutions" by A. Morris. The Nottingham Club. Midlands Design and Building Centre, Mansfield Road. Nottingham, 7.30 p.m.
IRIS (Manchester and district) meeting : "The art of vehicle recovery" by W. C. Jackson. managing director, Dial-Holmes (England) Ltd, The Literary and Philosophical Society, 36 George St., Manchester. 7.30 p.m.
BITE (South Western) meeting: "Personnel and training in road transport" by 0 R. Johns. White Hart Hotel, Okehampton. 7.30 p.m.
ITA (Birmingham) meeting. Speaker from P. 0. Copland, European sales manager. Containerway and Roadferry Ltd. Birmingham Post and Mail Building, Colmare Circus. Birmingham, 7.15 p.m.
ITA (South Wales) meeting: "Costs and decisions" by P. W. Reed, lecturer on economics, Faculty of Letters and Soc.al Sciences. University of Reading. Park Hotel. Cardiff, 7.30 p.m.
FTA (Glasgow) members' meeting: "Plating and testing: -the new provisions". The Mill Hotel, Rutherglen, 7 p.m.
loTA (Devon and Cornwall) a.g.m. and annual dinner. Elfordleigh Hotel. 7.30 p.m.
loTA (Sheffield) meeting: "Passenger transport" by N. McDonald. group chief officer. transport. Sheffield. Royal Victoria Hotel. Sheffield. 8 p.m.
THURSDAY IRTE (Northern) meeting. "Research in the motor industry" by F. D. Hales, of MIRA. Five Barred Gate Hotel, Samlesbury, near Preston, 7.30 p.m. IFWRI (London and Home Counties) meeting: Hugh Wilson, general secretary, NAP/VA. Margaret Room. Bonnington Hotel. Southampton Row. London. WC2. 7.30 p.m.
ETA (Edinburgh) members meeting: "Plating and testing -the new provisions". Grosvenor Centre Hotel. Edinburgh, 7.0 p.m.
FTA (Southampton) members' meeting: "Drivers' hours and records" by W. J. Meadows, London and Home Counties divisional executive officer. The Royal Hotel. Southampton. 7.30 p.m.
FTA regional one-day training course. Esplanade Hotel, Portheawl. 618111.
1MechE discussion: "Choosing an injector noule." arranged by Combustion Engines Group, 1MechE, 1 Birdcage Walk. London. SW1. 6 p.m,
loTA (Reading) meeting: -Continental ferry operation" by speaker from Thoresen Car Ferries. Southern Gas Social Club, Gasworks Road, Reading, 7.45 p.m.