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19th January 1951
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

MR. R. LAYTON, divisional transport officer of the Durham Coal Board, has retired.

MR. J. HOLMES, of Trojan. Ltd., is visiting the company's dealers in 'Australia.

THE EARL QF VERULAM has become a patron of the Purchasing Officers' Association.

MR. A. L. WALSH has succeeded MR. H. K. STEIN as secretary of Shell-Mex

and B.P., Ltd.

BRIO. J. V. TorHsst has succeeded SIR WILLIAM CHRISTIE as secretary of the British Engineers' Association.

Ma. E. S. SWEEFSUR has been appointed sales director of Union Tyre Supplies (Great Britain), Ltd. He joined the company in 1946.

MR. C. E. BURTON, chief designer of -Transport Equipment (Thornyerofts Ltd., recently returned from the Middle East and the African Dominions, where he studied prevailing conditions.

MR. J. Mull-, A.M.I.E.E., has succeeded MR. H. J. Nicuous, C.I.E..

D.Sc., M.I.C.E., as registrar and secretary of the Professional Engineers' Appointments Bureau.

MR. P. R. GILBERT has been appointed acting advertising manager of the Regent Oil Co., Ltd. LT.-COL. H. DE G. WARTER, former advertising manager, has taken a new post in the concern.

MR. E. T. Dsvics has been appointed a director of Salopia Saloon Coaches, Ltd. He remains traffic manager. He has been with the company for 16 years, having previously served with Messrs. Malbank Motor Services until their acquisition by Crosville Motor Services,


MRS, DORIS M. CLARK has been elected chairman for 1951 of the London and Home Counties Centre of the Motor and' Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund. She succeeded Ma. C. P. ,HARTREY, advertisement manager of "The Commercial Motor," who has become deputy chairman. MR. V. R.

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