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In a Line or Two

19th January 1951
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• Mexico has ordered 1,000,000 AC.Sphinx sparking plugs.

Twenty-three Perkins engines are being exhib:ted at the Brussels Show.

The millionth Vauxhall-made vehicle —a Bedford—came off the production line last week.

The name of Saunders Engineering and Shipyard Co., Ltd.. has been changed to Saunders-Roe (Anglesey), Ltd.

The vehicle demonstration will be held at 9.45 a.m. on June 13, during the Institute of Public Cleansing's annual conference at Southport.

The first bus garage to be built by the Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Co., Ltd.. s:nee 1945. came into operation at Ludlow recently.

Awards to 36 employees of the North-Western Road Car Co., Ltd.. with over 25 years' service were recently presented by Mr. J. Womar. chairman.

E. Hill Aldam and Co. Ltd., Hastemere Avenue, London, S.W.18, manufacturer of sliding-door gear, has published a comprehensive catalogue.

Headlight Publications. Ltd.. 113, Shoe Lane, London, E.C.4. has published a wage calculator. price Is.. giving rates of pay for British Road Services employees.

Notice No. 780, concerning goodsvehicle purchase tax, has been revised and is being circulated by the Customs and Excise Department. It contains no new provisions.


AfiORE visits should be paid to 'VI factories by boys in their last year at school, so that they would be better able to choose between the opportunities lying before them when they started work. suggested Mr. H. Darnell. principal of the Leyland Motors Day Continuation School, at the apprentices annual prize distribution at Leyland on Monday.

Teamwork was essential to-day, but that did not mean that anyone's individuality need be lost. said Mr. T. M. Naylor, principal of the Harris Institute, Preston, who presented the prizes. Mr. C. B. Nixon, chairman of Leyland Motors, Ltd., presided.

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