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PERSONAL PARS MR. CECIL TAYLOR, well known as publicity manager

13th January 1940
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of Vauxhall Motors, Ltd„ of Luton, who was on the reserve of officers, has been recalled to the Service. His many friends in the industry will join us in wishing him good luck in his war activities.

MR. CYRIL H. WALKER, who is DOW on his way East for the Chloride Electrical Storage Co., Ltd., of Clifton Junction, Lanes, is one of the youngest staff members the company has sent to India for duty on batteries inspection. He will be in Bombay for three monf s and will then proceed to Calcutta.

MR. ALBERT J. LINDSAY, Chief inspector, has been appointed traffic superintendent to Oldham (Lanes) Pas' senger Transport Department, in succession to Mr. Matthew Mullin, who has retired from the position after 371 years' service with the corporation. MR. GEORGE BECKETT has been appointed chief inspector.

MR. E. BARNINGHAM, who, for a number of years, has been in charge of the home delivery department of Morris Industries (Exports), Ltd., at Cowley, is now serving as a lieutenant in the R.A.O.C. He served in the 1914-18 war and saw several years of active service, holding the rank of captain at the time of demobilization. MR. L. W. BROWNE, stores superintendent of M.I.E., has also been gazetted lieutenant in the same corps..

Insurance-cover Questions on Tractor Used to Move House

HOW a tractor was used to remove a three-roomed house was told at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on January 4. Mr. Edward Donald, agricultural contractor, MaryhilI, Greens, Monquhitter, pleaded guilty to having used a motor tractor on the public road without a proper third-party insurance policy being in force. He was admonished, A Gamrie farmer was also charged in connection with the case. He did not appear and a warrant was granted for his apprehension.

Mr. Donald H. J. Mackay, deputyfiscal, explained that the insurance policy for the tractor covered its use for agricultural and forestry purposes, but not for the purpose for which it was being used when the police intercepted it. The accused was using it to move a house which belonged to a third man and had been built on the chassis of a disused lorry. The owner had lived in it at Millbrex for the past six years, and, having obtained employment near Forres, he decided to move there, getting the tractor to move the house along the road. Mr. Donald had two previous convictions for breaches of the same section of the Act.

Mr. G. H. M'Combe, for the accused, said that Mr. Donald had previously driven the tractor on the road for the farmer. It did not occur to him that he was acting outside the limits of the insurance.

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