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Mr. VY F. V. Berry, Mr. W. 1. Dunlop and Mr. H. Moxon.
Mr. Berry, who was in charge of the Leicester transport depot of Frank Berry Ltd., died in hospital at the age of 47.
Mr. Dunlop operated a fleet of private enterprise buses in the 1920s. He was a co-founder of Frontier Bus Co. Ltd. in 1924 and ran a service from Newry to Belfast. Subsequently the service was taken over by the Ulster Transport Authority. Mr. Dunlop retired from the UTA three years ago, where he was operating .s-uperintendent in charge of freight. He was 68.
Mr. H. Moxon, of Staincross, Yorkshire, was one of the first coach builders and painters in Yorkshire. He retired at the age of 75 and was 92 at the time of his death,