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18th June 1954, Page 40
18th June 1954
Page 40
Page 40, 18th June 1954 — In a Line or Two
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Road Fund licences for the period from July 1 may be taken out now at local taxation offices.

Two leaflets on the characteristics of aluminium paint have been published by Northern Aluminium Co.. Ltd.. Banbury, Barnsley British Co-operative Society arc to apply to the Yorkshire Licensing Authority to take over the excursions, tours and express services operated by Oakwell Motors, Barnsley.

The fourth edition of "British Commercial Vehicles for the World," containing Specifications of all passenger and goods vehicles and works appliances manufactured in this country, will be available next week, price 2s. 6d. net. The publishers are Temple Press Ltd., Bowling Green Lane, London, E.C.1.

A pew British Standard (B.S. 2470:1954) dealing with hexagon socket screws and wrench keys has been produced.

Associated Commercial Vehicles, Ltd.. arc to redeem on September 30 the whole of the £1,500,000 31-per-cent. 10-year unsecured loan stock.

An emergency exit at the rear, in addition to that beside the driver, is to be specified for buses in Ceylon by an amendment of the Motor Traffic Act.

Shecpbridge Steel Castings, Ltd., Suttonin-Ashfield, Notts, a subsidiary of Sheepbridge Engineering, Ltd., have changed their name to Sheepbridgc Alloy Castings, ltd.

The 1954 edition of the British Engineers' Association Handbook contains a comprehensive list of members' products, together with a section giving trade names and marks of many manufacturers of engineering equipment. Copies may be obtained from the B.E.A. at 32 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1.

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