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19th May 1933, Page 33
19th May 1933
Page 33
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

That one joy of concrete roads is that they need no tar-spraying.

That It was fears for their shares that made the railways use shears for their fares.

That there is quite a grave risk of this country's internal airways becoming almost a railway monopoly.

That brewers are lucky: their "penny off" outweighs t h e " penny on" some of their fuel.

That, as the result of our Air Transport Supplements, road-transport men up and down the country are beginning to air their opinions.

That, despite all disclaimers, the present struggle is . bringing hanliers nearer to stabilized rates than they have ever been before. Of a steam-engined plane in America. That it brakes by reversing the propeller.

That designing " alphabet " frames is not as simple as A, B, C.

That the Budget has released some orders—and much bad language.

That May 15 was notable in the oil-engine industry.

Of Merryweather, being unaffected by deep depressions.

That a busbar has nothing to do with mobile cocktails.

That the order for 250 Leyland oil engines must be the biggest yet.

That in Britain to-day and to-morrow have to pay for yesterday.


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