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One Hears

5th March 1943, Page 15
5th March 1943
Page 15
Page 15, 5th March 1943 — One Hears
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

"Keep the home fires burning "—as little as possible.

That Tilling buses have already covered about 2,500,000 miles on producer gas. _

That, even during war-time, .tact and courtesy are still essential in social relationships.

Of the use of Jeeps as tractors for clearing and ploughing land at military camps and depots.

Of tensioners for " Parsons " to give them longer life and -reduce their noise without interfering with

their creeping. •

That this is not further interference with the subject, but an improvement for non-skid chains.

That,it is much better to have your tyres recapped when the tread pattern has worn down than to wait until. the "canvas" shows.

That farmer's, despite the increasing use of motorized agricultural machinery, are being urged to effect a saving of 10 per cent, of their annual liquid-fuel consumption. Of the recent inauguration of the first electric trolleybus service in Paris. •

,Of much dissatisfaction with the railway monopoly of passenger road transport in Eire.

That there are now about 7,500 woinen bus conductors at work in -the London area.

Someone remarking on the queer fact "that when -the wind goes east comfort goes west."

That post-War visitors will have to hurry if they want to see blitzed Britain before she is "tidied."

Of a number of Lohdon's Green Line vehicles being converted to mobile Canteens and libraries for the American Red Gros.; in this country.

That the G.P.O. authorities have lately put a fleet of nine Metrovick electric mail Vans in service in the Manchester district.

That, designed for 8-cwt. .pay-loads, the Vehicles are able to cover a distance of 42 miles on one battery Charge, with an average load of 4 cwt. and a crew of two.

Of a good new Austin slogan :—",A little care saves a lot of wear."

That Commers are as importint to " Pat-acake " biscuits as are the hyphens.

That older men registered for War employment may, have to take up jobs • on buses.

That a few tyres made of synthetic rubber have already been produced in this country.


Locations: Austin, Manchester, Paris, London

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