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29th July 1955, Page 38
29th July 1955
Page 38
Page 38, 29th July 1955 — Men in the News
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MR. K. I. Bass has become a generalline representative of the Avon India. Rubber Co., Ltd., covering Lincolnshire.

MR. F. A. MOFFATT has succeeded the late MR. S. ROyLE as traffic superintendent of Liverpool Transport Department.

AIR MARSHAL SIR ALICK C. STEVENS has become assistant managing director Of Douglas Equipment, Ltd., Cheltenham.

MR. H. W. HEYMAN, managing director of Smith's Delivery Vehicles, Ltd., has joined the board of Hotel-Plan, Ltd., Zurich, a big international travel agency.

MR. J. 0. MARTIN was last week appointed chairman of the National Association ofWarehouse Keepers. Ma_ J. W. PEARNLEY Was elected honorary treasurer.

MR. D. G. SODEN, 'assistant traffic manager at Salisbury of Wilts and Dorset Motor Services, Ltd., is leaving to take up a similar appointment with the Lincolnshire Road Car Ca., Ltd. He has been with the Wilts and Dorset for 28 years.

MR. REAY GEDDES, an executive director of the Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., has been elected president of the Federation of British Rubber and Allied Manufacturers' Associations. DR. DONALD PARKINSON, a leading authority on the reinforcement of rubber with carbon black to resist tyre wear, retires at the end of August from the management of compounding research at the Dunlop Research Centre, Birmingham. MR. WALTER ALFRED CLARICE has been appointed production development manager of the company's German factory at Hanau, as from August 15.

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