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Round at Stoke : Weymouth Plans

20th February 1959
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is now confirmed that a round of Lorry Driver of the Year Cornion will be held at Stoke-on-Trent, rably late in July, he 'competition season will open at mouth on April 18. Vehicles will mble at Devon County Council's ir depot, Charminster, where mainnee tests will be conducted. Corntrs will then follow a IS-mile route Westham Coach Park, Weymouth, re manceuvring tests will be per'ed. Much more space will be fable than last year.

itries are due to close on March 28.

organizer, Mrs. J. P. Hall, 36 idmeadow Road, Wyke Regis, mouth, hopes that there will be entries of articulated vehicles than year.

le Southend round, organized by Mr. . Barber, Essex Carriers, Ltd., 109 London Road, South Benfleet, x, is to take place on Sunday, : 28.


LLO WING the take-over of F. Perkins, Ltd., by Massey-Harris dings), Ltd., board changes are lunced. Mr. Frank Perkins, 'who has ned the office of joint managing :tor, remains chairman, and Mr. [. Prichard, joint managing director. Jeen appointed managing director.

)1. W. E. Phillips, chairman and chief utive officer of Massey-Ferguson, Toronto, and Mr. A. A. Thorngh, president of Massey-Ferguson, me directors following the nations of Sir Richard Yeabsley and G. P. Ritchie.

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