in an age of independent selfishness
We make no excuse for paying tribute and giving thanks to “Stanley”—as he is known to many in the Printing, Paper and Allied Trades, for his unassuming quiet and efficient service.
He was the Works Manager when we moved the printing contract of MOTOR SPORT to our present printers in March 1936. He is not a motorist, neither has he a lot of interest in motoring, but for over thirty years he has led the team that never once has failed, in spite of war, strikes, shortages of raw material, etc., to produce MOTOR SPORT on the 1st of the month.
The Managing Director of the Printers tells us that “Stanley” joined Tee & Whiten in 1906, before J. Mead was added to the title, and was Order and Estimating Clerk when he joined the firm in 1923, and therefore never remembers a period when “Stanley” was not there, a loyal tower of strength through all the difficult years.
So in September 1964, after 58 years of faithful service, he starts a well-earned retirement which all of us sincerely hope will bring him years of contentment, happiness and good health.—M. C.