Foreign car manufacturers are proud of their advertising. For instance, Renault have issued an enormous book showing the layouts issued since 1957 in Conjunction with C. Vernon & Sons Ltd. in which the Dauphine is seen riding on balloons, even up-ended on its boot, while Mercedes-Benz have issued a similar booklet of their advertising in Life. It is high time British advertising received recognition, so we present two of the ” Worth Looking At . . .” layouts, in which charming young women, model from the Roger Wood Studio, are posed with good cars equipped with Smiths instruments, a series S. Smith & Sons Ltd. have been running for some considerable time, without any ballyhoo—and which we like looking at. Depicted are, top, a girl with a Sunbeam Alpine, below, a young woman and her jaguar.