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We record with regret the deaths of Adam Anderson, John Stephen Clark, Alfred Edward Spencer Dunthorne, John Hamilton (Jock) Gibson and Eric Cecil Smith.
Mr Anderson, 54, who died after a heart attack in Glasgow, became national organizer of the Scottish Commercial Motormen's Association six years ago, Before that he was district secretary of the union in Aberdeen.
Mr Clark, 57, since 1951 was general manager of the Travel Press and Publicity Co Ltd, a subsidiary of the Scottish Bus Group and, more recently, the Scottish Transport Group. He also edited Scotland's Magazine, formerly the SMT Magazine.
Mr Dunthorne, 60, was a haulier for a number of years before becoming a Wells (Norfolk) motor coach proprietor in 1950.
Mr Gibson was a director of Landon and North Eastern Freight Services Ltd.
Mr Smith, 65, had been in business in passenger transport in March, Cambridgeshire, with his father and brother since 1924, and was chairman and joint general manager of the Blue Bell fleet of 12 buses and coaches.