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19th March 1948, Page 23
19th March 1948
Page 23
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That the Exide-Ironclad battery seems to be well " trained."

That the squander-bug has left foster-land to settle in Westminster.

That Parsons do not require a P.R.O.4—a film of snow is sufficient.

Will road transport pay for static or reduced railway fares and charges?

Of a new paint for brushing and spraying embodying stainless-steel flakes.

That it gives a hard, durable, silvery finish especially suitable for protection against corrosive fumes.

That " suede " finishes for body interiors can be obtained by spraying rayon dust known as Decofloc.

That for velvet and plush finishes, the rayon is cut into lengthsof 1 and 2 mm. respectively.

That in connection with B.T.C. invitations to negotiate, there is much binding (not in the marsh) to secrecy.

That an old hymn might be re-written to read: "We plough the roads and scatter the bad snow on the land." "Thank you" in music from Chile.

That Tecalemit. Ltd , has entered the sphere of prophecy.

That so far it is not intended to have a gipsy fortune-teller and tent at the shows.

That "Everything comes to him who waits" is a dangerous theory.

That the go-getter goes one better.

That to aid lorry drivers, some farmers' gates are to bear the farmers' names.

That snowploughs on Macks do not indicate a new development in waterproofs.

That a dog breeder misread our reference to high and low " peaks " in transport.

Of American claims that disc brakes are much more effective than ordinary drum types.

That if the B.T.C. treads warily it will be acting entirely against the present Government form.

That a bully approach can wreck other things than china shops.


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