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After many years’ service as Sales Manager at the Walthamstow Motor Co., Ltd., of Layton, L. S. Evans has resigned this position.

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A. P. Tapping requires a handbook for a 1936/37 Alvis Silver Eagle or 17-h.p. model. Letters will be forwarded.

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G. E. Mathews has resigned his position as Hon. Competition Secretary of the West Essex C.C.

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Castell Brothers, Ltd., 14/17, St. Cross Street, Hatton Garden, London, E.C.1, have issued a game which should excel most others in popularity in the homes of motoring enthusiasts this month.

The “Pepys,” Stirling Moss’ Game of the Monte Carlo Rally, consists of a set of car-cards representing Bentley, Sunbeam-Talbot, Ford, Jaguar, Riley and M.G. and a strip route, with appropriate hazards, of the Monte Carlo Rally route, divided into three sections.

The illustrations are by Lane and the game can be played by two up to six players in accordance with an eight-page book of rules. Just the job for the enthusiast when the “Steering Wheel” is shut! The price is 5s. 11d.

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Lewisall Products, Ltd., 40/44, Tantarru Street, Walsall, provide a plastic diffusing shield and fitting for attachment to a car’s windscreen to combat dazzle from on-coming lamps. The shield is cutaway so as not to interfere with normal vision, is claimed to be unbreakable and folds up for the daytime. The price, with Bostik adhesive, is 12s. 6d.

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The North London E.C.C. will hold its annual dinner and dance and presentation of awards at the Hendon Hall Hotel, N.W.4, at 6.30 p.m. for 7 p.m., on January 7th. Tickets are available at 25s. each from 11. A. Meacock, 22. Longfield Avenue, Mill Hill, London, N. W.7.

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The Lancia M.C. will hold a non-permit “scavenger rally” on March 6th. This event, which is open to anyone, whether a club member or otherwise, starts near London. Details from the Hon. Secretary: F. G. Barkway, 235, Lymington Avenue, Wood Green, London, N.22.