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• BANDON hope all ye who read age one of the Leyland Times r September. A full-page story n Leyland Vehicles' future, as eon by Sir Michael Edwardes, is resented in a black mourning order.
But soft, succour is at hand. eyland Vehicles' band won econd place and a welcome 1,000 in the 129th British Open rass Band Championships, one ltoint ahead of Foden's band, !Mich took the third prize of .750 home to Sandbach. Leyland Vehicles have also injoyed the glory of coponsorship of the Saudia .eyland Formula One cars raced with almost unparalleled uccess last year and with trong competitive spirit this ear. It is, however, a costly way ) oil the wheels of industry and nhappily will have to cease at le end of the present season. According to the Irish Times, eylands are no longer also to il the streets of Dublin's fair ity. CIE is to replace the older eyland engines, which leak at us stops in the city centre, by 'offensive DAF engines. idustrial trouble in CIE has iterfered with maintenance ;hedules and may account for )me of the spillage.