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“Mista Bright” is a new glass and silver polish which not only keeps windscreen, windows and mirror clear and free from condensation, and is, therefore, an important safety factor, but it is also recommended by opticians as it cleans and polishes spectacles and keeps them free from mist and condensation, and so gives clearer vision. It is also effective on cut-glass and chromium. It is manufactured by G. W. & A. D. Aspinall Ltd., Jason Works, Holland Road, Hove, Sussex, and is available in jars at 2s. 6d., 3s. 9d., 5s. and 7s. 6d. each.

” Tinkerbell,” manufactured by Cromil Ltd., 200, Wolverhampton Street, Dudley, Worcs., is available in bottles costing 1s. 6d., for cleaning windows, mirrors, chromium and gloss paintwork. There is also a “Tinkerbell” car polish in 2s. 9d. bottles, and this cleans quickly and polishes straight out immediately it is applied, without delay or hard labour.

The Scottish Sprite Club, formed at the end of last year, is open to owners of Austin Healey Sprites resident in Scotland. Anyone interested in joining should contact Mr. I. M. Graham, 12, Magdala Crescent, Edinburgh, 12. As a result of the Clubs Conference at which great concern was expressed over the dangers of rallies upsetting public opinion, several representatives expressed the desire to run driving tests, sprints and hill-climbs in place of rallies if suitable sites can be found. Anyone who owns or knows of a suitable venue which could be leased by a motoring Club should contact their local motoring Club or the Competitions Department of the R.A.C., Pall Mall, London, S.W.1.

The Jaguar Drivers’ Club will be holding an exhibition of motoring art at their headquarters, 75, Baker Street, London, W. I. from May 29th to June 2nd. The exhibition will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and any proceeds will be devoted to the British Motoring Sport Relief Fund. Although a number of paintings have already been accepted, anyone who has done any drawings or paintings depicting any form of motoring is welcome to send their work to the exhibition. The final acceptance day is Tuesday, May 23rd, when the Baker Street offices will be open from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.

The race meeting which was planned by the Middlesbrough and District M.C. for Easter Monday at Thornaby has had to be cancelled owing to difficulties in obtaining permission to use the circuit.

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