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Trade Announcements

Trade Announcements the gift of the Society, was instituted in 1864 to com­ memorate the Presidency of the Prince Consort from Trade Announcements 1843 to 1861. It is awarded annually for'Distinguished merit in promoting Arts, Manufactures and Com­ merce.' A monthly feature giving news of recent Government and professional appointments, Rubery, Owen and Co. Ltd. industrial developments and business changes, etc. Mr Peter Spear, B.Eng., has been appointed Director of Research at the Research and Develop­ ment Department of Rubery, Owen and Co. Ltd., Darlaston, South Staffs. Aluminium Corporation Ltd. St Barbe. Mr Hearle is Chairman of the board and Mr Nixon is Managing Director. Major F. B. Hal- Mr N. McPherson, General Manager, has been S.B.A.C. Officers ford, Chairman and Technical Director of The de appointed a Director of Aluminium Corporation The Society of British Aircraft Constructors, of Havilland Engine Co. Ltd., was appointed to the Ltd, which is a subsidiary of the British Aluminium 32 Savile Row, W.l, announce that at the meeting of board of the Aircraft Company in January 1944, and Company Limited, of Norfolk House, St. James's the Council of the Society held on June 25 at the Mr R. E. Bishop, Chief Designer of the Aircraft Square, S.W.I. Piccadilly Hotel, Mr H. Burroughes, F.R.AcS., was Company, in December 1946. On January 29, 1951, elected President of the Society for 1952-3; Mr J. J. three more directors were appointed, namely, Mr H. A.S.T. Managing Director Parkes was elected Vice-President, and Mr W. T. Povey in charge of production, Mr C. S. Thorn in Air Marshal Sir Hugh S. P. Walmsley, K.C.B., Gill, who was President from 1950-2, becomes Deputy charge of sales, and Mr A. F. Burke who is Managing K.C.I.E., C.B., C.B.E., M.C., D.F.C., Air Officer, President. Sir Frederick Handley Page, C.B.E., was Director of the Engine Company. Commanding in Chief, Flying Training Command, re-elected honorary treasurer. R.A.F., is resigning his service appointment to join Hawker Siddcley Group as Managing Director of Air Metalock Changes School of Gas Turbine Technology Service Training, in succession to Group Captain Mr George W. Tremlett has resigned his director­ The School of Gas Turbine Technology, Farn- R. J. F. Barton, O.B.E., who is retiring. Sir Hugh ship of Metalock (Britain) Ltd., of Grand Buildings, borough's special course for Ministry of Supply ap­ took over his new duties on August 1. Trafalgar Square, W.C.2, owing to ill-health. Two prentices has now been accorded formal recognition new directors have been appointed to the board—Mr by the Ministry of Education and the Institution of H. A. Paget and Mr Norman Tinwell. B.I.C.C. London Stores Mechanical Engineers. British Insulated Calender's Cables Ltd, of As a result.all the apprentices on the course holding Royal Aeronautical Society 21 Bloomsbury Street, W.C.I, announce that with higher national certificates have now had them en­ effect from June 30,1952, the address of their London dorsed in gas turbine technology. The Council of the Royal Aeronautical Society have Branch Stores changes from from Nine Elms Lane to much pleasure in announcing that Her Majesty The 10-14 White Lion Street, Islington, N.l. Queen has graciously honoured the Society by becom­ Steel, Pccch and Tozer ings its Patron. The new telephone number will be Terminus The United Steel Companies Limited, of 17 West- 8696-7. The branch office remains at 21 Bloomsbury At a recent Council meeting the following were bourne Road, Sheffield, 10, announce that Mr H. E. Street, W.C.I. elected Vice-Presidents of the Society: Mr G. R. Wright is retiring from the position of General Mana­ Edwards, M.B.E., B.Sc, F.R.Ae.S.; Mr W. S. ger of their Steel, Pccch and Tozer Branch at Rother- Farren, C.B., M.B.E., M.A., F.R.S., F.R.Ae.S.; De Havilland Directors ham on June 30, 1952. Mr P. G. Masefield, M.A., F.R.Ae.S. Mr Andrew Jollic, who was General Works Mana­ At a meeting of the board of directors of The de Mr W. S. Farren received the honour of Knight­ ger, succeeds Mr Wright as General Manager of Havilland Aircraft Company Limited, at Hatfield, two hood, and Mr G. R. Edwards was awarded the C.B.E. Steel, Peech and Tozer, and Mr G. E. D. Halahan, new directors were recently appointed. in the recent Birthday Honours. who was Chief Labour Superintendent of the United They are Mr Richard M. Clarkson, O.B.E., B.Sc, Steel Companies, succeeds Mr Jollie as General A.C.G.I., F.R.Ae.S., Assistant Chief Engineer of the R.S.A. Albert Medal Works Manager. Company, and head of the Aerodynamics Depart­ ment, and Mr A. Stewart Kennedy, C.A., Secretary The gold Albert Medal of the Royal Society of Tiltman Langlcy Appointment of the Company. Arts, John Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C.2, for 1952 has Mr A, Kenneth Clyde, A.R.T.C, A.M.I.E.E., There are now 12 members of the board of the been awarded to Air Commodore Sir Frank Whittle, A.F.R.Ac.E., has been appointed Assistant Chief parent de Havilland company. Five of these are direc­ K.B.E., C.B., M.A., F.R.S., 'for the development of tors who were founders of the de Havilland company the continuous-combustion gas turbine and jet Engineer of Tiltman Langley Laboratories Limited, in 1920: Sir Geoffrey de Havilland, Mr C. C. Walker, propulsion'. research and development cneginccrs, of Redhill, Mr F. T. Hearle, Mr W. E. Nixon and Mr F. E. N. Surrey. The Albert Medal, which is the highest award in August 1952 241 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

Trade Announcements

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology , Volume 24 (8): 1 – Aug 1, 1952

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the gift of the Society, was instituted in 1864 to com­ memorate the Presidency of the Prince Consort from Trade Announcements 1843 to 1861. It is awarded annually for'Distinguished merit in promoting Arts, Manufactures and Com­ merce.' A monthly feature giving news of recent Government and professional appointments, Rubery, Owen and Co. Ltd. industrial developments and business changes, etc. Mr Peter Spear, B.Eng., has been appointed Director of Research at the Research and Develop­ ment Department of Rubery, Owen and Co. Ltd., Darlaston, South Staffs. Aluminium Corporation Ltd. St Barbe. Mr Hearle is Chairman of the board and Mr Nixon is Managing Director. Major F. B. Hal- Mr N. McPherson, General Manager, has been S.B.A.C. Officers ford, Chairman and Technical Director of The de appointed a Director of Aluminium Corporation The Society of British Aircraft Constructors, of Havilland Engine Co. Ltd., was appointed to the Ltd, which is a subsidiary of the British Aluminium 32 Savile Row, W.l, announce that at the meeting of board of the Aircraft Company in January 1944, and Company Limited, of Norfolk House, St. James's the Council of the Society held on June 25 at the Mr R. E. Bishop, Chief Designer of the Aircraft Square, S.W.I. Piccadilly Hotel, Mr H. Burroughes, F.R.AcS., was Company, in December 1946. On January 29, 1951, elected President of the Society for 1952-3; Mr J. J. three more directors were appointed, namely, Mr H. A.S.T. Managing Director Parkes was elected Vice-President, and Mr W. T. Povey in charge of production, Mr C. S. Thorn in Air Marshal Sir Hugh S. P. Walmsley, K.C.B., Gill, who was President from 1950-2, becomes Deputy charge of sales, and Mr A. F. Burke who is Managing K.C.I.E., C.B., C.B.E., M.C., D.F.C., Air Officer, President. Sir Frederick Handley Page, C.B.E., was Director of the Engine Company. Commanding in Chief, Flying Training Command, re-elected honorary treasurer. R.A.F., is resigning his service appointment to join Hawker Siddcley Group as Managing Director of Air Metalock Changes School of Gas Turbine Technology Service Training, in succession to Group Captain Mr George W. Tremlett has resigned his director­ The School of Gas Turbine Technology, Farn- R. J. F. Barton, O.B.E., who is retiring. Sir Hugh ship of Metalock (Britain) Ltd., of Grand Buildings, borough's special course for Ministry of Supply ap­ took over his new duties on August 1. Trafalgar Square, W.C.2, owing to ill-health. Two prentices has now been accorded formal recognition new directors have been appointed to the board—Mr by the Ministry of Education and the Institution of H. A. Paget and Mr Norman Tinwell. B.I.C.C. London Stores Mechanical Engineers. British Insulated Calender's Cables Ltd, of As a result.all the apprentices on the course holding Royal Aeronautical Society 21 Bloomsbury Street, W.C.I, announce that with higher national certificates have now had them en­ effect from June 30,1952, the address of their London dorsed in gas turbine technology. The Council of the Royal Aeronautical Society have Branch Stores changes from from Nine Elms Lane to much pleasure in announcing that Her Majesty The 10-14 White Lion Street, Islington, N.l. Queen has graciously honoured the Society by becom­ Steel, Pccch and Tozer ings its Patron. The new telephone number will be Terminus The United Steel Companies Limited, of 17 West- 8696-7. The branch office remains at 21 Bloomsbury At a recent Council meeting the following were bourne Road, Sheffield, 10, announce that Mr H. E. Street, W.C.I. elected Vice-Presidents of the Society: Mr G. R. Wright is retiring from the position of General Mana­ Edwards, M.B.E., B.Sc, F.R.Ae.S.; Mr W. S. ger of their Steel, Pccch and Tozer Branch at Rother- Farren, C.B., M.B.E., M.A., F.R.S., F.R.Ae.S.; De Havilland Directors ham on June 30, 1952. Mr P. G. Masefield, M.A., F.R.Ae.S. Mr Andrew Jollic, who was General Works Mana­ At a meeting of the board of directors of The de Mr W. S. Farren received the honour of Knight­ ger, succeeds Mr Wright as General Manager of Havilland Aircraft Company Limited, at Hatfield, two hood, and Mr G. R. Edwards was awarded the C.B.E. Steel, Peech and Tozer, and Mr G. E. D. Halahan, new directors were recently appointed. in the recent Birthday Honours. who was Chief Labour Superintendent of the United They are Mr Richard M. Clarkson, O.B.E., B.Sc, Steel Companies, succeeds Mr Jollie as General A.C.G.I., F.R.Ae.S., Assistant Chief Engineer of the R.S.A. Albert Medal Works Manager. Company, and head of the Aerodynamics Depart­ ment, and Mr A. Stewart Kennedy, C.A., Secretary The gold Albert Medal of the Royal Society of Tiltman Langlcy Appointment of the Company. Arts, John Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C.2, for 1952 has Mr A, Kenneth Clyde, A.R.T.C, A.M.I.E.E., There are now 12 members of the board of the been awarded to Air Commodore Sir Frank Whittle, A.F.R.Ac.E., has been appointed Assistant Chief parent de Havilland company. Five of these are direc­ K.B.E., C.B., M.A., F.R.S., 'for the development of tors who were founders of the de Havilland company the continuous-combustion gas turbine and jet Engineer of Tiltman Langley Laboratories Limited, in 1920: Sir Geoffrey de Havilland, Mr C. C. Walker, propulsion'. research and development cneginccrs, of Redhill, Mr F. T. Hearle, Mr W. E. Nixon and Mr F. E. N. Surrey. The Albert Medal, which is the highest award in August 1952 241

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Published: Aug 1, 1952

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