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Discrimination in C.M.U.A. Members

14th February 1936
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Page 29, 14th February 1936 — Discrimination in C.M.U.A. Members
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I N future, care would be needed in accepting operators for membership, said Mr. Joseph Wallis, chairman of the North-Eastern Division of the C.M.U.A., in his review of the year, at the annual meeting of the division. He felt sure, however, that many undesirable operators, who were jeopardizing the industry, would ultimately go out of business.

Referring to the division's finances, Mr. Wallis said that the surplus ot £548 on the year's working was gratifying, but it might not be possible always to make a surplus. During the ensuing year a great deal of work would be involved in connection with A-licence renewals. -Membership was now well over 1,800.

The divisional committee—which was reelected en bloc, with power to add—reaPpopoted Mr. Wallis for a second year of office as chairman. Mr. Walter Holdsworth {Leeds) was re-elected vice-chairman, with Mr. V. Bea (nmaeury) in the new office of junior vice chairman, Mr. Charles liohlsworth (Halifax) was re-elected treasurer. Delegates to the national council were appointed as follow:— Messrs. J. Wallis, W. Holdsworth, V. Box, F. Brooke, 3. Bullock, U, E. Clough, J. France, C. Holdswerth and L. J. Mothers.

The following were appointed as the finance committee:—Messrs. J. Wallis, V. Box, C. E. Douthwaite (chairman of the Hull branch), C. HoldAworth, A. T. Brooke, F. Brooke., R. E. Clough, .1. France, L. J. Mothers, G. E. Gilbey cnd T. E. Short. The finance committee was authorized to form the motor-coach committee and the goods-vehicle committee from among its members, with power to add.

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