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MR. J. A. STILL has been appointed area manager for Northern Essex by Eastern Tractors, Ltd., Chelmsford.
MR. C. ASHLEY MILLER, director and general manager of G. Beaton and Son, Ltd., has been appointed managing director. MR. J. G. Widd6wson has been elected to the board.
MR. F. H. WELLS has been elected chairman of the Bristol branch of the Industrial Transport Association, with MR. A. J. COVE, J.P., as vice-chairman. The secretary is MR. F. J. WILDING.
MR. K. F. BRAHAM, of the overseas department of the Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., has been appointed visiting representative for the Gold Coast, Sierra Leone and Gambia. He flew to Accra last Friday.
MR, LESLIE GAMAGE, M.A., M.C., has been re-elected president of the Institute of Export. • SIR HAROLD BOWDEN and SIR GEORGE BEHARRELL are among the vice-presidents who have been re-elected.
MR. H. R. S. STEWART has been elected chairman of the Fife sub-area of the Traders' Road Transport Association. LIEUT.-COL. JOHN A. M. COLLYER is vice-chairman and MR. ALASTAIR REID, secretary.
MR. A. S. Fox, of the Normeir Tyre Co., Ltd., one of the oldest members of the National Tyre Distributors' Association, has been elected president. Deputy president is MR. L J. DAVIES, of the Davies Tyre House, Chester.
MR, L. W. THOMAS has been elected chairman of the South Wales area. of the Traders' Road Transport Association. MR. R. F. PAGE is vice-chairman. They will both serve as representatives of the area on the national council of the Association.
MR. W. J. A. PECK has been re-elected chairman of the Express Carriers' Group of the Road Haulage Association. MR. N. D. FAWKNER remains as vice-chairman. MR. H. H. CROW has been re-elected chairman of the Bulk Liquids Group.
BARON ROLF BECK left England recently for the United States, and expects to be back in about six weeks. He will consolidate the business started in America last year, when he formed 'a company in Los Angeles to deal with Slip products. He is also taking a sliding-roof proposition.
SIR GRAHAM CUNNINGHAM. chairman and managing director of the Triplex Safety Glass Co., Ltd., has been appointed chairman of a committee to inquire into scrap and pig-iron supplies. DR. A. C. WAINE, the company's director of research, has visited the United States to study the latest developments in safety-glass production MR. COTES-PREEDY, a barrister practising on the Midland Circuit, has been appointed deputy to MR. J. W. FLETCHER, chairman of the East Midland Licensing Authority, in succession to the late LIEUT.-COL. H. BRADWELL.
MR. C. W. H. SPARROW, of Geo. Neal, Ltd., was fast week elected chairman of the Metropolitan Area of the Road Haulage Association. He replaces MR. FRANK F. FOWLER, who has occupied the chair since January, 1945, and retired at his own request. MR. H. H. CROW and MR. ERIC R. TAYLOR were unanimously elected vicechairmen. Mr. Fowler remains a member of the area committee, which has 32 members.