LETTERS from READERS, December 1950

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* * * BY WAY OF APOLOGY

Sir, T feel that you may be interested in the enclosed letter from the Atanear with a cutting of ray advertisement in MOTOR SPORT attached. I received this following the appearance of ray advertisement in your excellent magazine. I do not know whether you are inclined, OP even in a position, to act in the matter, but I was disgusted that, an apparently reputable magazine such as the Autorar should thus solicit sulvertisements which have already appeared in their CI Impetitors. In

the original advertisement in MOTOR Siam’ has resulted in a Satisfactory sale of the car. I am, Yours, etc., ” Uplands,” D. E. MILLER. Blisworth, Northampton, [This is one of many letters on this subject and we publish it by way of an apology to other readers who have received from tlie Autoear similar cuttings of their advertisements in MOTOR SPORT. When the first complaints were received we took the matter up with the Proprietors of the Antocar, but a director replied that this is the method they adopt to try and fill their classified columns. As it would appear that the Antiwar are unwilling to discontinue this method of soliciting advertisements, we ask our readers who suffer this annoyance to appreciate the coMpliment to our journal. -Advert. Manager.]

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