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Of many British homes rejoicing in food parcels. Of an offer by an American to buy the I.R.T.E.
That " boomps a' daisy" was not in it with the Scania-Vabis test runs in Sweden.
Of a South Coast electric supply undertaking using a 5-tonner for inspection work which could be effected by a 5-cwt. van.
That the Highway Code is not yet assimilated and one still meets led horses in the middle of the road and cattle driven by men on motorcycles.
Of entrancing problems that fascinate designers.
That as prams are in short supply what about a few electrics?
Of a shortage of sheet steel in Australia for bus body building.
That many readers liked the photograph of the Ainsdale seagulls.
That Mr. J. A. M. Bright wore, for a brief space, the mantle of S.T.R.
That S.T.R. correspondingly wore that of Mr.
1. A. M. Bright.
That it was a sorry saga for many I.R.T.E. members on the voyage to Sweden.
i-hat the British Customs had a busy time following their return.
That at Margate all the dialects known in Great Britain could be heard.
That the Soft Drinks Industry Protection Association may develop a " crush " on battery-electrics.
That something must be done to solve our traffic problems, and the Government must have money for "jam."
The suggestion that, to combat traffic congestion, goods could be delivered to shop roofs by helicopter services.
Of a concrete road, dug up to trace a break in an electricity cable, and mended with " mats " of tarmacadarn.
Of a borough council being fined for allowing one of its motor trucks to be used on the road with defective brakes and steering.
The remark that there may be a shortage of raw hides, but the Government seems determined to ensure that there shall be no scarcity of raw deals.