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23rd October 1970
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Mr Walter G. Hunniball receives his badge of office as chairman of the North Western section of the Institute of Transport from the retiring office holder, Mr Charles R. Hodgson, chairman of the North Western Traffic Commissioners Mr Hunniball is assistant to the general manager of Ribble Motor Services. Frank Gregory has joined Transfleet Services Ltd as operations manager of its commercial-vehicle contract hire and leasing organization in the UK. Mr Gregory was previously regional transport manager of British Bakeries. He is a past chairman of the Institute of Road Transport Engineers, both in England and Scotland, and is on the technical committee of the Freight Transport Association.

Basil Miller, Southerngas regional transport officer in 1! Portsmouth, has been appointed to the Transport Users' Consultative Committee for the South Eastern area, by the Minister of Transport. Before the Second World War Mr. Miller worked fcir the Notts and Derby Traction Co. Ltd.. and the Cheltenham District Traction Co, Ltd., and was in charge of the tours, private hire and publicity departments of Black and White Motorways. G. E. Liardet was elected to serve a third year as president of the Institute of Road Transport Engineers last week. After the agm he presented diplomas to two non-engineer members—to C. C. Toyne, a/chief engineer. MoT, for his paper on "Examination and other regulations"; and to Col T. J. A. Hughes, dicmdt, School of Electronic and Mechanical Engineering, for his paper on "An engineering system supporting the Army's vehicles and equipment".

Albert Burrows, director-general of Merseyside PTE, has been elected president of the Omnibus Society.

J. E. Johnson has been appointed British Road Services Ltd engineer for Scotland, with effect .from October 5.

W. Murray. general manager of Glasgow Corporation Transport, has been congratulated by the Corporation on his appointment as chairman of the Scottish section of the Institute of Transport.


We record with regret the deaths of Arthur Morrey and Alan Potter.

Mr Morrey, of Waverton, near Chester, started in business as a haulier in 1931.

Mr Potter was director and general manager of Dennis Brothers Ltd's Mercury Industrial Tractor Division. He started his career with the Rubery Owen Group, then spent 11 years with Lansing Bagnali, and immediately prior to joining Dennis earlier this year was marketing director of Herbert Ingersoll Ltd.

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