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5th January 1951, Page 58
5th January 1951
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Turnover of 'the Meashant Motcir Sales Organization for 1950 exceeded Dm.

Cardigan now has a committee of the Omnibus Passengers' Protection Association.

The Motor and Cycle Trades* Benevolent Fund gained 1,000 new members during the past year.

This year Norway will import 2,500 goods vehicles from the U.S.A. and 3,700 from countries in the European Payments Union.

A Goodyear tyre factory in Luxembourg is expected to begin production at the end of this month. Tariff restrictions have prevented the sale of Wolverhampton products.

A lecture on transport in Africa will he given by Mr. F. J. Erroll, M.P., under the auspices of the European and eastern region of the International Roa6 Federation, at 55, Park Lane, London, W.1, on January 17 at 4 p.m.

A40 ' "Cutting Oils" is the latest publication of the Shell Petroleum Co., Ltd., St. Helen's Court. London, E.C.3.

Hourly paid employees of the Standard Motor Co., Ltd., are to have two week's paid holiday in 1951.

H.M. Customs and Excise have reminded traders that radiator covers and guards are subject to 33A percent. purchase tax.

Stewart and Ardent, Ltd., Morris House, The Vale, London, W.3, has published a revised edition of its Motorist's Handbook.

The Municipal Passenger Transport Association is to hold its annual conference at Eastbourne in September. The dates are not yet known.

Worksop Chamber of Trade is to send letters to the National Chamber of Trade, the Minister of Transport and the M.P. for Bassetlaw, supporting free hauliers in the matter of permit revocat ions. Ttn Guy Arab under-lloor-engined vehicles are to be'supplied to Vicinaux. Belgium.

The Plymouth branch of Sinims Motor Units, Ltd., is now at 85, Cattledown Road.

A short history of Crossley Motors, Ltd., Stockport, has been published by the company.

A committee of the Omnibus Passengers' Protection Association is to be formed in Bristol.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is to organize a roadcourtesy campaign next year.

The French Soles organization has published a booklet to commemorate the production of over 10 m. Solex carburetters.

Ninety-two members of Sentinel (Shrewsbury); Ltd., were presented with long-service awards recently by Mr. J. G. R. Woodvine managing director.

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