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29th July 1955, Page 57
29th July 1955
Page 57
Page 57, 29th July 1955 — In a Line or Two
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Amey's Transport (0Xford). Ltd.. have opened an office and depot in Oxford, The LlitiOn Tyre Co.. Ltd., have opened a depot at 77 Kirkstall Road. Leeds. 3.

Advance Motor Supplies. Ltd.. have opened new branch premises at 184 Whitelathes Road, Clifton, Bristol.

The Traders' Road Transport Association urge members to support the "Lay Driver of the Year " competition.

Last week, the executive coMmittee of the Motor and Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund voted over £2,456 for a month's rel ief..

Darlington Markets Committee have approved the' leasing of land in Feethains to United Automobile Services, Ltd., for the erection of a bus station.

Sheffield United Tours, Ltd.. moved 5.000 passengers last Saturday, the beginning of Sheffield holiday week. Every available vehicle was in use.

Plans have been approved for a new Morris paint plant to be erected at Cowley at a cost exceeding £2.5m. It will replace the existing paint equipment now sited in buildings erected more than 20 years ago. Buses will replace trams on Sheffield' Corporation's Corporation's Walkley-Intake route next April.

Stcnor. Ltd.. Richmond. Surrey, have been appointed sole sales concessionnaires for Startall equipment.

An Economic Survey of Panama. by E. A. Clough, has been published by the Stationery Office at Is. hd. (Is, 7A. by post).

When the British Motor Corporation's Financial year ends on Sunday, they will have spent over £81m. in the Birmingham area in the past 12 months.

An instructional booklet on various moulding techniques with reinforced plastics has been published by Fibreglass, Ltd., Ravenhcad, St. Helens. Lancs. * Econofreight Transport, Ltd.. Stocktonon-Tecs, arc appealing against the Northern Deputy Licensing Authority's refusal for an A licence for six additional tipping vehicles.

After travelling 14,000 miles in three months, Mr. Fred Thwaites and his family have reached Australia in a Hillman Husky. They set out from Rootes Group headquarters in London. The north-eastern branch of the Power Petroleum Co.. Ltd., has Moved to Bardon Chambers. Infirmary Street, Leeds. 'I.

A relief road. to abolish a traffic bottleneck in Eton High Street. the main link between Windsor and Slough, is to be constructed at a cost of £296.000.

Twenty-nine special A licences had been refused because the Licensing Authorities would not appowe the changes of base. the Minister of Transport announced last .week.

Wigan CorporatOnhave applied to the North Western Licensing Authority for consent to operate in Haydock. Newtonin-Makerfield, Warrington. Whiston and S. Helens.

No licensing inquiries will be held in the West Midland Areauntil after August 20: in the Metropolitan Area until August 30, and in the 'Eastern Area until after September 3.

With effect from August 29, the trade sales and service offices and works of Smiths Motor Accessories. Ltd., move from Cricklewood to 50 °agate Lane, London. N.W.2.

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