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One Hears

25th July 1952, Page 31
25th July 1952
Page 31
Page 31, 25th July 1952 — One Hears
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Keywords : Cowards, Thomas Tilling

Nothing from the R.H.A.

That Thomas Tilling does not intend to return to road transport.

That the phrase "cash and carry" has acquired new significance.

Of those who feel that still larger bus losses could be avoided by still larger buses.

Of someone saying that the anonymous " Castrol chemist" must be related to Leslie Welch. That pay-as-you-enter buses pay as they go.

Of frantic efforts to Produce Show exhibits in time.

And of others to keep them secret—as if a design could be copied in a few weeks and a rival wished to flatter by imitation.

That the art of letter writing should be taught in all schools.

That this might solve some difficult editing problems.

That muddled communications may make good business bad.

That convention, as well as conscience, makes cowards of us all.

Someone asking if metal spraying will make wood less inflammable.

That those whO are too grasping may some day find nothing to grasp.

Of someone saying that he did not know British railways could go slower.

That our export quantity acceptable overseas will depend on its quality and price.

Hopes that televiewing workers, having seen Mr. Butler face-to-face, will be more Likely to see eye-to-eye with him.

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