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LUBRICANTS FOR THE FUTURE

LUBRICANTS FOR THE FUTURE

New technical advances bring lubricant problems to the oil industry. Research is the key, and in the last few years new types of lubricants have been evolved which have made possible the establishment of, for example, nuclear power stations and jet engines. The Castrol Group hav
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
BEHIND THE MOTOR BOOM

BEHIND THE MOTOR BOOM

by The Sphere Industrial Correspondent One of the basic facts about the present boom in Britain is that it remains, to a considerable extent, based upon the motor industry. This has been true of several of the recurrent periods of expansion in the British economy since the war,
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
BRITISH INDUSTRY

BRITISH INDUSTRY

THE DOWTY GROUP The foundations of the Dowty Group were laid in 1931 when Sir George Dowty, then Mr G. H. Dowty, a draughtsman employed by the Gloster Aircraft Company, decided to start his own business with a handful of people in Cheltenham. The organisation which has its headq
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
BARGAINS IN STORES

BARGAINS IN STORES

by The Sphere City Correspondent Sometimes, in the clamour of publicity attending the newer forms of retailing, an impression gets around that the old-fashioned department store, of the Selfridges-Harrods variety, has had its day. How can such monoliths survive in face of the pr
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
MIDLANDS MATTERS

MIDLANDS MATTERS

by The Sphere Midlands Correspondent Jim Delafield, president of General Foods International, may be no great shakes as a cricketer, but at a Press conference in Birming ham the other day he hit one question for a six that may even land near Big Ben. He was congratulating Mr C.
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
TURRIFF

TURRIFF

can When construction work is required the vast resources of the Turriff Organisation can solve all problems. Whether it's a question of time, a matter of complexity of construc tion, or special purpose building Turriff have the necessary skill experience and highly trained pers
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
GOOD LIVING

GOOD LIVING

by Ganymede There are occasions when witnessing the signs of progress might cause more sadness than joy. This happened to me recently during a visit to Oporto and the Douro valley on the occasion of the Fourth International gathering organ ised each year by Percy Fox and Co. Ltd
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
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June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
FARM

FARM

I tic- FflRm I tic FfiRm JULY ISSUE NOW ON SALE /i l£Vf CX COUNTRY Farm mechanisation is the main theme of the. July issue, now on sale. Its comprehensive survey of the latest machinery includes a review of demonstrations on grassland machinery, sugar beet machinery and fertilise
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
A LONDON NEWSLETTER

A LONDON NEWSLETTER

\%?d> LONDON RlfTTER id-ID, jonn Aaam street, Lonaon, vvuz Educating lay magistrates I am glad that the Lord Chancellor has set in train at last measures for the compulsory training of lay magistrates for their basic duties. All too many, for all too long, have done their turns a
June 20, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England