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MR. C. S. LE. CLAIR, a director of Tecalemit, Ltd., has resigned from the board and relinquished his executive appointment with the company.
MR. P. W. DARNELL has left his post as Press officer of the Ministry of Transport. The information branch is under the direction of MR. S. W. BAINBIUDGE, principal information officer, and he is assisted in Press relations by MR. K. J. Lay.
MR. FRANK T. MAGENNIS, vicepresident of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Export Co., Akron, has been appointed chairman of the International Road Federation, Washington office, succeeding MR. B. C. BUDD, who will continue as an I.R.F. director.
MR. R. IVIACKENZIE IS to succeed the late MR. F. E. COOK as general manager of Halifax Transport Department. Mr. Mackenzie is divisional engineer at Birmingham of British Road Services and has been connected with Edinburgh and Warrington transport departments.
MR. D. L. BREEDEN has been appointed chairman and joint managing director of Wilmot Breeden (Holdings), Ltd. MR. M. L. BREEDEN has also become joint managing director. MR. R. S. Otio, general manager of the operating company, joins the board of Wilmot Breeden (Holdings), Ltd. MR. C. CLORE has resigned from the board of Park Royal Vehicles, Ltd.
MR. JAMES PENDRY has Succeeded MR. T. W. BISHTON as Midlands trade and service representative of Wilmot Breeden, Ltd;
MR. H. F. 'HUTCHISON, publicity officer of London Transport, has been elected chairman of the Design and Industries Association.
MR. J. L. FLANAGAN, manager of the fuel oil general department in I.ondon of the Shell Petroleum Co., Ltd., is to retire. He will be succeeded by his deputy, MR. D. B. VALE.
MR. PHILIP SHEPHARD has been elected vice-chairman of the Automobile Association to succeed the late SIR PEIRSON FRANK, MR. HUGH FRASER has become honorary treasurer in succession to the late MR. GEORGE MONRO.
MR. J. R. LEMMER, M.I.R.T.E., has resigned from the position of district manager, Notts and Derby District, Road Haulage Executive, and will take up a technical engineering appointment with the Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., with effect from February 1, 1952. He served for many years on the technical staff of London Transport and was later chief engineer of West Midland Roadways, Ltd.