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JACK, Arnold Chater. M.A., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.W.E. Director, Squires & Sons, Ltd., Public Works Contractors, Portholme. Works, Selby. Private Address: "Erinmore," Leeds Road, Selby. Age: 39. Career: Articled to Messrs. Binnie, Deacon & Gourley, 1922-24; Chief Asst. Resident Engr., Water Supply from Johore, Singapore, S.S., 1924-29; Chief Asst. and Resident Engr., Coventry Waterworks Extension, 1929-33.
JACKSON, Alfred Ernest. M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.Mun. & Cy.E., P.A.S.I. F.R.S.I., M.T.P.I., Registered Architect. Cons. Civil Engr. and Surveyor. Engr. to Crossens Catchment Board and Crossens Drainage Board. 138e Lord St., Southport. Private Address: 68 Trafalgar Road, Birkdale, Southport. Career: 1893-1912, Asst. Engr. to Cities of Wakefield, Hull and Manchester; 1912-37, Borough Engr., Southport.
JACKSON, Sir Arthur. M.Inst. C.E., M.B.E. Managing Director, Sir John Jackson, Ltd., Civil Eng. Contractors, 53 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 11 Cheyne Place, Chelsea, S.W.3. Career: With Sir John Jackson, Ltd., since 1892.
JACKSON, Captain Clement. M.C., M.I.A.E., M.Inst.T. General Manager and Engr., City of Plymouth Transport, Milehouse, Plymouth. Private Address: Kelvin Lodge, Lower Compton, Plymouth. Formerly General Manager and Engr., Keighley Corp. Transport; General Manager and Engr., Oldham Corp. Transport.
JACKSON, C. B. Capt. R.E. (T) Retired, 1929. M.I.H.V.E., F.I.S.E. (Chairman of Finance, 1938). Governing Director, C. B. Jackson, & Co., Ltd., 54 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Private Address: "Firenze," Prowse Avenue, Bushey Heath, Herts. Age: 46. Career: Lewis Hill, Liverpool, 1908; Estabd. C. B. Jackson & Co., 1923. Comm. Mddx. Reg., 1915; transferred R.E., 1917.
JACKSON, Captain Edward Almond. J.P., M.I.A.E., F.I.M.T. Chairman and Managing Director, E. W. Jackson & Son, Ltd., Cheswold Works, French Gate, Doncaster. Private Address: Highcliffe, Doncaster. Age: 51. Career: Passed through Drawing Office and Design; on Motor Car and Internal Combustion Engine work, also Metallurgical work; designed and made special machines for preparation of specimens for Micro-Examination of Metals; in charge of Gear cutting Shops, and general Machine Shop work. During War in R.A.F. on Engines and in charge of Workshops overseas.
JACKSON, F. M.I.E.E. 78 Higher Drive, Purley, Croydon, Surrey. Divisional Engr. (Electrical) L.C.C. Age: 48. Career: Cromptons, 1906-11; British Thomson Houston Co., 1911-22; Merz & McLellan, 1923-33; War Service, Royal Navy.
JACKSON, F. S. A.M.I.E.E., M.P.W.I., M.Inst.R.S.E., M.Am. Rly. Assoc. Signal and Telegraph Inspector, L. & N.E. Rly. (Southern Area), Doncaster. Age: 41. Career: Apprent., N.E. Rly., York, and Training Hull and Darlington; subsequent appointments, Retford (G.N. Sect.), March (G.E. Sect.), and Sheffield (G.C. Sect.). Holds C. & G. Bronze Medal and Perm. Way. Inst. Gold Medal.
JACKSON, G. J. F. A.M.I.Mech.E. Managing Director, The Woodall Duckham Vertical Retort and Oven Construction Company (1920) Ltd., Ebury House, 150 Victoria Street, S.W.1. Career: Pupil East Ferry Eng. Works, Millwall. Joined the late Sir Arthur Duckham in 1908 as Asst. Engr., and after being Engr. to the Woodall-Duckham Co. for many years, appointed Director and then Managing Director.
JACKSON, Geo. W., Junr. M.Inst. E.S., A.M.I.N.A. Representative in Scotland, English Steel Corp., Ltd., and Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.; 45 Renfield Street, Glasgow, C.2. Private Address: Coniston, Clarkston, Glasgow.
JACKSON, Gerald H. M.I.Mech. E., M.I.E.E. Chief Engr. and Managing Director, The Northampton Elect. Light and Power Co., Ltd.; The Wellingborough Elect. Supply Co., Ltd.; The Rushden & Dist. Elect. Supply Co., Ltd.; 25 Bridge Street, Northampton.
JACKSON, H. D. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.A.E. "Whipsidery," W. Broadway, Bristol 9. Asst. to Chief of New Design Office, Aero Engine Dept., Bristol Aeroplane Co. Ltd., Bristol.
JACKSON, Harry. A.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E., M.I.Struct. E. (Member of Council), M.R.San.I., A.R.C.S., A.R.C.M., Wh. Ex. Partner, Hall.& Jackson, Consulting Engrs., 25 Temple Row, Birmingham. Private Address: 42 Richmond Hill Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. Career: Apprent., Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Manchester; Owens Coll., Manchester; Royal Coll. of Sc., London; Engr. Asst., Salford Corp. Tramways and Wallasey Tramways; Resident Engr., L.C.C. Tramways; Resident Engr., Birmingham Corp. Tramways. Private practice (steel and reinforced structures, Swansea; cinemas, office buildings and warehouses, Birmingham and Leeds; sewerage disposal works, Corbridge, Gravesend, etc.; electrical installations, Coventry, Stafford, etc.). Ashbury Exhibitioner.
JACKSON, Henry. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E., Member S. Wales Inst. of Engineers. Electrical Engr. and Manager, Cardiff Rural Dist. Council, Park House, 20 Park Place, Cardiff. Private Address: "Burton Joyce," Wenallt Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff. Age: 39. Formerly Tech. Engr., Walter Bridges & Co., Consulting Engrs., Westminster.
JACKSON, J. M. A.M.O.T., A.M.I.E.E. 12 Highfield Park, Heaton Mersey, Manchester. Asst. Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept., North Western Region. Age: 49. Recognised by London City and Guilds as Lecturer in Telephony; has held appointments as part-time Lecturer in Electricity and Magnetism at Lancaster Tech. School and Electy. and Magnetism. Telephony and Elementary Mathematics at Coll. of Tech., Manchester.
JACKSON, James Sinclair. M.C., B.A. (R.U.I.), B.Sc. (Belfast), M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.W.E. Resident Engr., South Essex Waterworks Co. Private Address: Malone, Vicarage Lane, Great Baddow, Essex. Career: 1919, Asst. Engr., Belfast Water Commrs.; 1920, Civilian Engr., Military Works Services, India; 1921-26, Engr., Jharia Water Board, Marbhum Dist., India (supervised construction by direct labour of Rajdaha Reservoir-1,200 million gallons—etc.); 1926-29, Resident Engr., Singapore Municipal Commrs. (supervised construction of Gunong Pulai Reservoir, etc.); 1929-32, Resident Engr., Coventry Waterworks Extensions; 1934-36, Resident Engr., Belfast Water Commrs.; present appointment, 1936.
JACKSON, John Greenville. B.Sc. (Eng., Lond.), D.F.H., A.M.I.E.E. Manager, The General Elect. Co., Ltd., South Wolfe Street, Stoke-onTrent. Private Address: Bye Ways, Beechfield Road, Trentham, Stokeon-Trent. Age: 32. Formerly Asst. Motor Designer, G.E.C., Witton; Asst. Sales Engr., G.E.C., Birmingham Branch.
JACKSON, J. W. A.M.I.E.E. With North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Carliol House, New Market Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
JACKSON, P. A.M.I.Mech.E. A.M.I.Chem.E. Chief Engr., Chemical Defence Research Establishment, Sutton Oak, St. Helens, Lancs. Age: 34. Career: Univ. of Leeds; J. Day & Sons, Ltd.; Beeston Royds Works, Leeds; 10 years, British Celanese Ltd., Spondon, Derby, 6 on Eng. Plant Design and 4 as Asst. Engr. on the Chem. Eng. Staff.
JACKSON, P. H. A.M.E.E. 67 St. Bernards Road, Olton, Acocks Green, Birmingham. Managing Director, P. H. Jackson & Co., Ltd., 174 Corporation Street, Birmingham. Age: 49. Career: 15 years General Electric Co., Ltd., Witton, Switchgear Design.
JACKSON, Sir Robert M., Bart. M.I.Mech.E., Hon.M. Eng. Inspec. Private Address: Meadowside, Tonbridge, Kent. Career: Tonbridge School (Modern), 1890-93; Glasgow and West of Scotland Tech. Coll., 1893-98. 5 years' apprent., North British Locomotive Co., Hyde Park Loco. Works, Glasgow, 1893-98. Qualified before Board of Studies at City and Guilds, 1893, but did not attend the Courses. Acting Loco. Supt., Donna Thereza Christina Rly., Brazil, 1898-1900; Asst. Loco. Supt., Argentine Great Western Rly., Mendoza, 1900-01; Asst. Loco. Supt., Buenos Aires and Rosario Rly., Campana; 1902-04; Loco. Carriage and Wagon Supt., Argentine North-Eastern Rly., 1904-08; 1908:12, on tech. staff of F. H. Bagge & Co., of Buenos Aires, who then represented the following firms; Niles Bement Pond, U.S. A.; J. G. Brill Co., U.S A,; Pratt & Whitney, U.S.A.; Wason Mfg. Co., U.S.A.; Kitson & Co., Monkbridge Iron & Steel Co., Sheffield Simplex Car Co., J. & G. Rennie of Greenwich. 1912-16, mech. expert with Galena Signal Oil Co., of U.S.A.; subsequently with Argentine State Rlys., Administration Dept. War service: appointed Asst. Insp. of Guns at Glasgow by the Woolwich Insp.-General of Ordnance, 1916-19. Represented Babcock & Wilcox at Rio de Janeiro, 1919-23, and retired to reside in England.
JACKSON, T. A.M.I.E.E. 8 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W.1. Tech. Asst., Messrs. Preece Cardew & Rider, Age: 49.
JACKSON, T. A. A.M.I.E.E. 11 Broadgate Road, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough. Dist. Asst., NorthEastern Elect. Supply Co.
JACKSON, William Alfred. M.I.Mech.E., Assoc.M.I.E.E. General Sales Manager, Telephone Mfg. Co., Ltd., Hollingsworth Works, Dulwich, S.E.21. Private Address: Abberley, Beadon Road, Bromley, Kent. Career: Apprent., Belliss & Morcom, Ltd.; Works Manager, Telephone Mfg. Co., Ltd., then present appointment.
JACKSON, Professor Willis. D.Sc. (Manch.), D.Phil (Oxford), A.M.I.E.E., F.Inst.P. Professor of Electrotechnics, Victoria Univ., Manchester. Private Address: Thompson Park, Burnley, Lancs. Age: 33. Career: Lecturer in Electrical Eng., Tech. Coll., Bradford, 1926-29; Lecturer in Elect. Eng., Coll. of Technology, Manchester, 1930-33; Lecturer of Exeter and Queens Colleges and tutor in Eng. Sc., Oxford, 193336; Research Engr., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Manchester, 1936-38.
JACKSON, W. G. C. A.M.I.E.E. Proprietor, Soapstone Products Co., 90 Wood Vale, Forest Hill, S.E.23. Age: 45. Career: Alleyns Sch., Dulwich; Finsbury Tech. Coll.; Transformer Designer, Siemens; Johnson & Phillips; Fuller Elect. Mfg. Co.
JACOB, K. B. A.M.I.Mech.E. 88 Old Road West, Gravesend. Asst. Chief, Pipework Dept., Babcock & Wilcox Ltd., London and Renfrew. Age: 40. Career: Middlesbrough High Sch.; 1913-23, Apprent. and Draughtsman, Richardsons Westgarth & Co., Ltd., Middlesbrough; 1923-25, Asst. Research Engr., Coventry Chain Co., Coventry; 1925 to date, Babcock & Wilcox Ltd.
JACOBI, E. A.M.I.E.E. Contracts Engr., Troughton & Young Ltd., 143 Knightsbridge, S.W.1. Private Address: 9 Lowndes Street, S.W.1. Age: 40.
JAFFE, Arthur. M.A. (Cantab.) (1st Class Mech. Sc. Tripos), A.M. Inst.C.E., Barrister-at-Law. Vice-Pres., International Assoc. for Protection of Industrial Property (British Group), 5 Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C.4. Private Address: 59 Putney Hill, S.W.15. Age: 58. Formerly Secretary to Belfast Commissioners (Irish Universities Act, 1908); Visitor and Manager of the Royal Institution of Gt. Britain.
JAGGER, J. B.Sc., 1st Cl. Hons. C.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.W.E. Westbury, Bridge Street, Walton-on-Thames. Engr. and Manager, West Surrey Water Co. Age: 40. Leeds Univ.; Bursar, 1851 Exhib., 1922-23; Asst. Engr., Bradford Corp. Water Dept., 1922-27; Asst. Engr., S. Staffs. Water Co., 1927-29; Engr. and Manager, West Surrey Water Co., since 1929. Mem. Panel of C.E., under Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act., 1930.
JAGO, Ronald A. A.M.I.E.E., Dipl. El. Eng. "Hollydene," Little Green Lane, Chertsey, Surrey. Contract Manager, O.H. Power Lines, and Elect. Dept., J. L. Eve Construction Co., Ltd., 272 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, S.W.1. Age: 39. Career: Battersea Polytechnic, 3 years; The Foundation Co., Ltd., Engr. i.c. of Power Line Construction and Sub-Stations. Experimented in Wireless Receiving and Transmitting, 1912 (Bronze Medal, Model Engr. Exhibition, 1913, for portable transmission and receiving sets). War Service, R.N.A.S., Wireless Observer on anti-submarine work; later, 2nd Lieut., R.A.F.
JAMES, Alexander Dean. A.M.I.E.E. 59 Langdale Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. Age: 68.
JAMES, Robert T. M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E. Partner, R. T. James & Partners, 6 Lower Grosvenor Place, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Designer of structures of large buildings.
JAMES, S. A.M.I.E.E. Chief Engr,, Chamberlain & Hookham Ltd., New Barthlomew Street, Birmingham.' Served on Tech. Committees of B.E.A.M.A., B.S.I., and B.E.A.I.R.A. in connection with Electy. Meters, Instrument Transformers, Pivots and Jewels, Terminal Markings, etc. Member of Committee of I.E.E., Meter and Instrument Section, 1934-37.
JAMES, William Gilbert. Founder Member, I.A.E. Managing Director, W. G. James Ltd., 32, 36, 38, Osnaburgh Street, London, N.W.1. Private Address: Woodside, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. Age: 73. Formerly Partner in Thomson & James, makers of High Grade Cycles, 1888-98; Managing Director of Crypto Works Co., 1899-1904; Sole Proprietor of W. G. James, 14 Mortimer Street, 1904-1937.
JAMESON, Alexander Hope. M.Sc. (Victoria Univ. of Manchester), F.K.C., M.Inst.C.E. Emeritus Professor of Civil Eng., Univ. of London. Private Address: Ardeen, Dagden Road, Shalford, nr. Guildford, Surrey. Career: 1894-97, Bishop Berkeley Fellow, Owens College, Manchester (Demonstrator); 1897-1901, Eng. Asst., Lancs. & Yorks. Rly. Co.; 1901-09, Eng. Asst. and Resident Engr., Derwent Valley Water Board; 1909-12, Resident Engr., Thirlmere Aqueduct; 1912-35, Professor of Civil Eng., King's Coll., London; 1932-35, Dean of Eng. Faculty, Univ. of London. Member of Research Committee, Inst.C.E.; Member of Council and Executive Committee, Guildford New Cathedral and Churches Fund. Books: "Mathematical Geography" (jointly with Prof. Ormsby) (2 vols., Pitman); "Contour Geometry" (Pitman); "Advanced Surveying" (Pitman); "Introduction to Fluid Mechanics" (Longmans).
JAMESON, Eric Reginald. A.M.I.E.E. Consumers Engr., Bolton Corp. Electy. Dept., Spa Road Works, Bolton. Private Address: 20 Rydal Road, Heaton, Bolton. Age: 59.
JAMESON, J. W. A.M.I.Mech. E. 22 Park Road, Wallington, Surrey. Supt. of Works, H.M. Office of Works. Age: 56. Career: HeriotWatt Coll.; Edinburgh Univ.; Apprent., West End Eng. Works Co., Edinburgh, and John Brown & Co., Clydebank; 3 years, Hall S.S. Line, 1st Cl. B.O.T. Cert.; 5 years, Engr. i/c, Leith, Edinburgh and Ayr Power Stations; 6 years Chief Engr. and Master of Works, J. & P. Coats, Oporto Mills; Works Manager, Dictograph Telephones Ltd.; 5 years Partnership with W. & L. Cooper, Building and Elect. Contractors. War: Voluntered for Mil. Service, medically rejected, Asst. Manager, Woolwich Arsenal Shell Factory.
JAMESON, William H. M. M.Sc. (Vict. Univ.), Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.W.E. Res. Engr., Haweswater Works, Section A., Manchester Corp. Waterworks, Bampton, by Penrith, Westmorland. Age: 62. Career: Owens Coll., Manchester, 1893-96; Apprent., Loco Shops, G.C. Rly., Gorton, 1896-1902; Draughtsman, British Westinghouse, 1903; Eng. Draughtsman, J. Crosfield & Sons, Warrington, 1904; Eng. Asst., Derwent Valley Water Board, 1905-15 (Derwent Aqueduct & Howden & Derwent Dams); Asst. Engr., Thos. Firth & Sons, Sheffield, 1915-20; 2nd Asst. Engr., Ewden Valley Waterworks, Sheffield Corp., 1920-25.
JAMIESON, J. A.I.H.V.E. With Bastian & Robertson Street, B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Allan, Ltd., 62 Glasgow, C.2.
JAPP, Sir Henry. K.B.E., C.E., M.Am.Soc.C.E., M.I.Struct.E. Chief Engr. and Works Director, John Mowlem & Co., Ltd., 91 Ebury Bridge Road, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 10 The Orchard, Bedford Park, London, W.4. Career: 5 years, Caledon Engine Works, Dundee; 1 year, Thames Iron Works; 2 years, Humphreys & Tennant; 20 years, S. Pearson & Son, Ltd., Engr. in charge construction work, Surrey Docks and G.N. & City Rly., East River Tunnels, New York, etc.; later, completion of Prince of Wales Dock, Workington, Southampton Graving Dock, Dover Train Ferry Dock.
JAQUES, Charles Norman. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., A.F.R.Ae.S. A Senior Tech. Officer, Air Ministry, Kingsway, W.C.2. Private Address: Fairfield, Reigate Road, Ewell, Surrey. Ed.: King's Coll., London.
JARVIS, Charles MacKechnie. A.M.I.E.E. With W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Queens Eng. Works, Bedford. Career: Battersea Polytechnic, London. Tech. staff of Electrical Apparatus Co., Ltd.; Bray, Markham & Reiss Ltd.; Allen West & Co., Brighton.
JEANS, Harold. Associate and Bessemer Medallist, Royal School of Mines. Chairman, Banbury Ironstone Co., Ltd.; Chairman, Edge Hill Light Rly. Co.; Chairman, Industrial Newspapers, Ltd. Business Address: 49 Wellington Street, Strand, London, W.C.2. Private Address: 60 Ennismore Gardens, Princes Gate, London, S.W.7.
JEAVONS, E. E. M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.Gas E. The Pines, Barnt Green, Worcs. Chairman and Managing Director, E. E. Jeavons & Co., Ltd., Tipton, Staffordshire. Age: 53. Trained under Airds Ltd., of Westminster.
JEFFERY, A. E. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.Mech.E. Principal, Willesden Tech. Coll., Denzil Road, Willesden, N.W.10.
JEFFERY, Jack Lane. A.R.S.M., M.Inst.M.M., M.Inst.P.T. Tech. Adviser and Insp., Petroleum Dept., Board of Trade; Mines Dept., Dean Stanley Street, Westminster. Private Address: Mayfield, Holtye Road, East Grinstead, Sussex. Career: Mining engr. for many years abroad (Norway, Nicaragua, Nigeria, etc.); during War, experimental work with poison gases; associated with Govmt. research for oil in Great Britain during War; appointed to permanent Civil Service after War.
JEFFERY, Norman Victor. A.M. Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Struct.E. Chartered Civil and Structural Engr. Bridge Engr., Leicestershire County Council, County Offices, Grey Friars, Leicester. Private Address: "The Hermitage, " Foxton, Leicestershire. Age: 38. Career: Merchant Venturers' Tech. Coll., Bristol. Superintending Civil Engr.'s Dept., H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth, 1923-25; Portsmouth Corp., 1925-27; Stoke-on-Trent Corp., 1927-30; present appointment, 1930.
JEFFCOCK, J. P. A.C.G.I., A.M.I. E. E. With Air Ministry, London, W.C.2. Private Address: Medbourne House, Berrylands, Surbiton, Surrey. Formerly with Western Elect. Co., Ltd., 1929-35.
JELBERT, W. A.M.I.Mech.E. Truthwall Villas, St. Just, Cornwall. Age: 65. Career: Penzance Wesleyan Sch.; Apprent., Harvey & Co., Engrs., Hayle; Wkg. Engr., Vereeniging Collieries and Cornelia Collieries, S. Africa; Res. Engr., Bassik Mines, Redruth; Res. Engr., Levant Mines, Cornwall.
JENKIN, Major A. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.A.E. Certifying Officer, Ministry of Transport, Traffic Commissioner's Office, Graham Buildings, Newport Road, Cardiff. Age: 55. Career: Hillsborough Coll., Teignmouth; Pupil and Asst. Engr., City and S. London Rly.; Brush Elect. Eng. Co.; Underground Rly.; A.E.C.; Daimler Co., Coventry. War Service, 1914-19, France,; Lt., Capt., Major, R.G.A.
JENKIN,,B. M. M.Inst.C.E. 25b Durdham Park, Bristol, 6. Consulting Engr. Age: 71. Career: Edinburgh Academy; Edinburgh Univ.; Worked for Sir Alexander B. W. Kennedy, and later his Partner in the firm of Consulting Engrs., Kennedy & Jenkin. Retired on account of health.
JENKIN, Charles Frewen. C.B.E., F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E., M.A. (Oxon.), Hon. LL.D. (Edin.). Private Address: 25 Battlefield Road, St. Albans, Herts. For 21 years Professor of Eng. Sc., Oxford; retired 1929.
JENKIN, John Watson. Ph.D. (Sheffield), B.Sc. (London), A.I.C. Director of Research, Tube Investments Ltd., Wheelwright Road, Erdington, Birmingham. Private Address: 9 Anchorage Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. Career: Universities of London and Sheffield; National Physical Laboratory, 1923-29.
JENKINS, David. M.I.Mech. E., A.M.I.E.E.,M.I.Mar.E., M.D.E.U.A. Chief Engr., Municipal Mutual Insurance Co., Ltd., 25 Old Queen Street, S.W.1. Private Address: 111 Maidstone Road, New Southgate, N.11.
JENKINS, H. B. A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E. Deputy Borough Elect. Engr., Bedford Corp. Private Address: 60 Waterloo Road, Bedford.
JENKINS, H. G. A.M.I.E.E. F.C. W.A., "Coryton," Macclesfield Road, Wilmslow, Ches. Director and General Sales Manager, The Renold and Coventry Chain Co., Ltd., Renold Works, Didsbury, Manchester. Age: 53. Career: City of London Sch.; Northampton Eng. Coll.; Igranic Electric; Western Electric; Hans Renold Ltd.
JENKINS, I. C. B.Sc. (Wales), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Diploma in Civil Eng., Cardiff Univ. Coll., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., Registered Architect. Engr. and Surveyor, Farnborough Urban Dist. Council, Town Hall, Farnborough, Hants. Private Address: "The Rowans," Waverley Road, Farnborough, Hants. Age: 40. Formerly Eng. Asst., Pontypool U.D.C.; Chief Asst., Cheltenham Corp.
JENKINS, Rhys Trevor. B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., A.M. Inst.0. E., Mem. Newcomen Soc. 12 Littleton Crescent, Harrow, Mddx. Tech. Engr., Vickers Armstrongs Ltd., Vickers House, Broadway, London, S.W.1. Age: 53. Career: Cent. Tech. Coll., S. Kensington; Apprent., Price's Eng. Co., Ltd., Neath; Ropeways, Ltd., Aerial Ropeways; Applebys, Ltd., Cranes and Transporters; Coventry Ordnance Works, Ltd., Naval Armaments; Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co.
JENKINSON, B. H. A.M.I.E.E. 36 Avenue Road, Highgate, N.6. Age: 74. Ed. Birmingham; 10 years, Outside Exec. Engr., Crompton & Co.; practised as Consulting Engr. at Grays Inn Square, until 2 years ago. Alderman and past Mayor, Borough of Hornsey.
JENKS, G. Clement. J.P., M.I. Mech.E. Chairman and Managing Director, John Shaw & Sons, Wolverhampton, Ltd., and subsidiary companies, "Britool" Works, Bushbury, Wolverhampton. Private Address: Hill House, Compton, Staffs.
JENNENS, Arthur Ernest. B.Sc. (Birmingham), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.Struct.E. Partner, Henry M. Hale & Partners, Chartered Structural Engrs., 125 Edmund Street, Birmingham. Private Address: Arden Lodge, Sharmans Cross Road, Solihull, Warwicks. Age: 43. Ed.: Birmingham Univ.; Artd. to Harry Jackson, Esq., M.Inst. C.E.
JENNINGS, C. H. M.Eng., M. Inst.0.E., A.M. I: Mech.E Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Metropolitan Borough of Greenwich, Town Hall, Greenwich, S.E.10. Age: 50. Career: Liverpool Inst. High Sch.; Univ. of Liverpool; Appointments at Hull, Sheffield, Swansea.
JENNINGS, Frank Edward. First Class Certificate of the London City and Guilds Inst. on Iron and Steel. M.I. & S.I. Metallurgist, Park Gate Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Rotherham. Private Address: 2 Vesey Street, Parkgate, Rotherham. Age: 37. Formerly Metallurgical Chemist to Steel Peech & Tozer Co., Ltd. Rotherham
JENNINGS, N. H. A.M.I.Mech.E. 20 Mill View Drive, Tynemouth. Asst. Chief, Diesel Engine Dept., Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd., Walker, Newcastle-on-Tyne
JENNINGS, Ralph D. B.Sc., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. 7 Minster Road, Bromley, Kent. Eng. Asst., Southwark M.B., Town Hall, Walworth Road, London, S.E.17. Age: 30. Career: Bristol Univ.; Pupil, Mr. G. B. Hartfree, F.S.I., Borough Engr., Godalming; service with Wimbledon, Dagenham U.D.C., Handsworth R.D.C., Reading C.B., Godalming.
JENNINGS, William M. B.Sc., A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E., M.Inst. P.T. Mech. and Elect. Engr., J. D. & D. M. Watson, Chartered Civil Engrs., 3 Central Buildings, Westminster, S.W.1. Private Address: 33 Marksbury Avenue, Richmond, Surrey. Career: Draughtsman and Engr., Palmers, Jarrow; Marine Engr., Cia Pernano de Vapnes y Dique dellalloo Mech. Engr., Borax Consolidated Ltd., Turkey, Construction Chief Asst. Engr., Ropeways Ltd., South America; Consulting Engr., A. Beeby Thompson & Partners, London Author of "Percussion Drilling Tools and Rigs for Shallow Water Wells," etc.
JENNISON, Matt. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.A.E., Bronze Medalist in elect. eng. Consulting Engr. and Assessor, 7 Osborne Street, Grimsby. Private Address: 26 Welholme Road, Grimsby. Age: 53. Specialist in the legal and tech. aspects of motor accidents and collisions; Occasional consultant to Lincolnshire County Police, Grimsby Borough Police.
JENSEN, Kaj. Leo. Ph.D. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E. Great Northern London Engr., The (of Denmark), Telegraph Co., Ltd. London, E.C.3. 5 St. Helens Place, Brook Avenue, Private Address: 74 Age: 33. Edgware, Middlesex.
JEPSON, A. E. M.I.E.E., M.I.H.V.E., F.R.S. Manager, Switchgear and Instrument Dept., General Electric Co., Ltd., Magnet House, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. Private Address: 12 River Court, Portsmouth Road, Surbiton, Surrey. Formerly 1919-29, Manager, Sheffield Branch G.E.C.; 1929-36, Asst. Dist. Manager, G.E.C., Manchester.
JESPERSEN, Halfdan S. A.M.I.N.A., M.I.Mar.E. A.C.D. (Naval Architecture). "Amesbury," 174 Church Road, Hayes, Mddx. Engr. and Naval Architect, Grand Union Canal Carrying Co., Ltd., P.L.A. Building, London, E.0.3. Age: 37. Career: Galashiels Tech. Coll., 1915-16; Apprent., Brigham & Cowan, Ltd., S. Shields, 1916-22; Marine Sch., S. Shields; Armstrong Coll; Naval Architect i.c. Small Craft and Barge building Section, Steel Barrel Co., Ltd., 1924-30; Designer and Supt. of Construction of Canal Dredges, Hopper Boats, Ice-breakers, Diesel Tugs and Canal Craft, etc., Grand Union Canal Co., 82 vessels having been placed in service 1931-35; Designed and Supervised Construction of 336 Canal Craft for Grand Union Canal Carrying Co. since 1935; Designed Repair Depot and Twin Slipways, for overhauls of a fleet of 370 vessels, 1935-38.
JESSOP, C. H. A.M.I.E.E. Chief Engr., Boots' Pure Drug Co., Ltd., Nottingham. Age: 48. Career: Rotherham Grammar Sch.; Sheffield Univ.; 14 years, Rotherham Corp. Elect. Dept.; Chief Engr., Boots', since 1920.
JESSOP, L. A.M.I.E.E. Managing Director, Jessop & Boydell, Ltd., 7 Drewton Street, Bradford.
JESTY, Edgar Henry. A.M.I.E.E. M.Soc.C.E. (France). Mains Engr., London Elect. Supply Corp. Ltd., 25a Cockspur Street, S.W.1. Private Address: 92a Fressillian Road, S.E.4.
JEWELL, E. H. T. A.M.I.E.E. 18 Miles Road, Bristol, 8. Asst. Tech. Engr., C.E.B., S.W. England Dist., Clifton, Bristol. Age: 38. Career: Bristol Univ.; Transformer Dept., Ferranti, Ltd.; in Charge H.T. Cable Test, Standard Tel. and Cables Ltd.; Chief Inspector, Standard Telephones, Woolwich Factory, 1928-31; Tech. Staff, C.E.B., Bristol, 1932, when S.W. Construction started.
JEYNES, E. H. A.M.I.E.E. 201 Kingshill Drive, Kenton, Harrow. Asst. Engr., P.O. Eng. Dept., London Telecommunications Region.
JOCKEL, Lauret Marshall. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E., F.Inst.F., F.R.S.A. Senior Tech. Asst., Hackney Borough Council Electy. Dept., 18-24 Lower Clapton Road, E.5. Private Address: Maitland House, 29 Downs Road, Clapton, E.5. Career: Apprent., Bertrams, Ltd., Edinburgh; Heriot Watt Coll., Edinburgh; Glasgow Univ.; Sir John Cass Tech. Inst., London. Lecturer and Head of Dept. of Elect. Eng. at York Tech. Inst. (Evening Classes); Jnr. Engr., Glasgow Corp. Tramways Dept.; Asst. Engr., York Corp. Electy. and Tramways Dept.; Resident Engr., National Electric Construction Co., Rawmarsh; Jnr. Asst. Engr., Cleveland and Durham Electric Power Co.; Asst. Elect. and Mech. Engr., P.W.D., Malta. Served in Royal Engineers during the War. Charge Engr., Glasgow Corp. Electy. Dept.; Chief Asst. to Stations Engr., North Metropolitan Elect. Power Co.; Power Stations Supt., Nottingham Corp. Electy. Dept. Member of various Committees of the Institutions; Durham Bursar and Institution medallist, Jnr. Inst. of Engrs.; medallist, Derby Soc. of Engrs.
JOEL, H. F. M.I.E.E. Rocklands, Coverack S.O., Cornwall. Tech. Director, Small Electric Motors Ltd., Beckenham, Kent. Age: 65. Career: City and Guilds, 1885-88; Pupil, 1888-91; Telegraph Cable Ship, 1891; Drawing Office; Works Manager; General Manager, Erection Plant Abroad, China, Cape, etc.; started making Motors F. W. Potter & Co., 1900. Incorporated Small Elect. Motors, 1914; Sold to "A. P. Good" Group. Director, 1936; now Tech. Director only.
JOHANSEN, F. C. M.Sc. (Eng.), M. I.Mech. E., F.R.Ae.S., M.Loco.E. Eng. Research Officer, Head of Eng. Section of Research Dept., L.M.S. Rly., London Road, Derby.
JOHN, F. O. M.Inst.C.E., M.I.N.A. (Council). Naval Architect and Tech Manager, Cammell Laird & Co., Tranmere Shipyard, Birkenhead.
JOHN, Thomas George. F.R. Ae.S., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.N.A., M.Inst.A.E., Wh. Ex. Chairman and Managing Director, Alvis Ltd., and Alvis-Straussler Ltd., Coventry. Private Address: Rouncil Towers, Kenilworth. Age: 49. Formerly Manager, Shipbuilding Dept., Vickers Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness; Chief Engr., Siddeley Deasy Co., Ltd., Coventry.
JOHNS, William Harry. M.T. Mech.E., M.Inst.Gas E. (Dist. Member of Council). Engr. and Manager, The Swansea Gas Light Co., Oystermouth Road, Swansea. Private Address: Highmead Bayswater Road, Sketty, Swansea.
JOHNSON, A. C. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.M.E. Borough Elect. Engr., and Manager, Electricity Supply Dept., Southendon-Sea. Age: 60. Career: Educ. abroad and at S.W. Polytechnic; Asst. Engr., Chelsea, 1900-03; Asst. Elect. Engr., Burnley, 1903-05; Deputy Elect. Engr., Southend, 190529; present appointment, 1929. Mem., Consultative Committee, C.E.B.; Mem., Sub-Committee on Diesel Engines, B.S.I.
JOHNSON, A. E. M.I.H.V.E. Director, H. Warner & Son, Ltd., Lion Street, Ipswich. Private Address: Fairways, Rushmere, Ipswich.
JOHNSON, A. S. A. M.I.E.E. 33 Dovercourt Road, S.E.22. Asst. Supt. Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept., Waterloo Bridge House, S.E.1. Age: 59. Lieut. R.E. (Signals), 1916-18. Chief Examiner in Telephony, City and Guilds Inst., 1933 to date.
JOHNSON, C. B. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Senior Tech. Officer, Mine Design Dept., H.M.S. "Vernon. " Age: 57.
JOHNSON, E. B.Sc. A.M.I.Mech.E. 342 Grove Green Road, Leytonstone, E.11. Senior Asst., Tech. Coll., Dundee. Career: Apprent. Bertrams Ltd., Edinburgh; Workshop (3 years) Jack & Renwick, Edinburgh; Univ. of Edinburgh (B.Sc. in Mech. Eng.); Inspecting Engr., C.A.S.E. Ltd., Adelaide, S. Australia; Designer, N.S.W. Rly., Sydney, Australia; Head of Eng. Dept., King Edward Tech. Coll., Dunedin, N.Z.
JOHNSON, Eric Alfred George. B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.Mun. & Cy.E. Asst. Drainage Engr., Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 10 Whitehall Place, S.W.1. Private Address: 23 Charterhouse Road, Orpington. Service with A. P. I. Cotterell & Son, Consulting Engrs., Westminster; River Great Ouse Catchment Board, Cambridge; River Trent Catchment Board, Nottingham.
JOHNSON, E. L. A.M.I.Mech.E. 47 Warwick Road South, Firswood, Manchester, 16. Age: 49. Late Mech. Engr., Govmt. Factory, P.W.D., Ceylon.
JOHNSON, F. D.Sc., M.I. & S.I. Head of Dept. of Metallurgy, Central Tech. Coll., Birmingham. Private Address: Chiddingstone, Lode Lane, Solihull, Warwickshire. Previously Metallurgist, J. Wilkes, Sons & Co., Ltd.; Head of Metallurgy Dept., Swansea Tech. Coll. Past Pres., Birmingham Metallurgical Soc.; Past Chairman, Birmingham Local Section, Inst. of Metals; original member, Inst. of Metals. Books: "Metallurgical Experiments, Non-Ferrous," "Metallurgical Experiments, Iron and Steel."
JOHNSON, Fredk. A. Major, T.D. A.M. I.M.E. Joint Managing Director, Wm. Johnson & Sons (Leeds) Ltd., Castleton Foundry, Armley, Leeds. Private Address: "Cruixton," 24 York Place, Harrogate. Age: 61. Career: Wesley Coll., Sheffield; Leeds Univ. Army appointments include: 1902-08, Commanded a Fortress and Rly. Co., R.E. (V); 1908-13, Commanded a Wireless Telegraph Co., R.E. Signals; 1914-18, Served in the Great War. Commanded an Army Corps Signal Co., R.E., in France, and Commanded Army Signal Co., R.E., in England. Whole of Civil Career spent with Wm. Johnson & Sons. Inventor of Rotary Drying Apparata and Designer of Presses and Plant for Ore and Fuel Briquetting.
JOHNSON, Frederick Samuel Lovick. A.11I. I.Mech.E., . I. Loco. E., M.Inst. Fuel. Proprietor, Lovick Johnson Co., Combustion Engrs.; Chairman, Honeywell-Brown Ltd.; Managing Director, Everlasting Valve Co. (Gt. B.) Ltd.; Managing Director, Bayer Soot Blower Co., Ltd. Addresses: Lloyds Bank Chambers, 125 Balham High Road, London, S.W.12, and "The Barn," Ewell Downs Road, Ewell, Surrey. Age: 57. Career: Engr. in Charge, Newhaven Elect. and Hydraulic plant; Marine Engr., American Line, 2 years; Engr. in Charge, Tea Factories, Estates, etc., India; Manager, Scarab Oil Burning Co., Ltd.; General Manager, Lamina Ltd.; Present business established 1925.
JOHNSON, Gilbert King. F.1311. S., M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E. Supt. Engr., British Insulated Cables, Ltd. (Prescot, Lancs.), Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.C.2, Private Address: 15 The Crossway. London, S.E.9. Career: Royal Coll. of Sc., London, 1907 and 1908; pupil to W. H. Allen, Son & Co., 1909-13; joined British Insulated Cables Ltd. as Asst. Engr., 1914; commission in R.F.C., 1915, and served till end of War (1919); returned to B.I.C. Ltd., 1919; now Supt. Engr., London District.
JOHNSON, George Frederick. B.Sc. (Eng.) London, A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.Mar.E. Head of the Technological Dept., Wakefield Tech. Coll., Wakefield, Yorks. Private Address: 20 Milnthorpe Crescent, Sandal, Wakefield. Age: 32. Formerly Head of Eng. Dept., Norwich Tech. Coll.
JOHNSON, George William. A.M.I.Mech.E., B.O.T., 1st Class Engr.'s Certificate. Chief Testing and Research Engr., Wm. Beardmore & Co., Ltd., High Speed Diesel Dept., Dalmuir, Dumbartonshire. Private Address: 35 Alderman Place, Glasgow, W.3. Career: Sunderland Technical College; 1914-17, with Wm. Doxford & Sons, Ltd., Engrs. and Shipbuilders, Sunderland; 1917-25, Snr. Asst. at The Admiralty Eng. Laboratory, City and Guilds Coll., and West Drayton, Middlesex.
JOHNSON, Philip Henry. Lt.-Col. (retd.), C.B.E., D.S.O., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.B.A.E., etc. Managing Director, Road less Traction, Ltd., Gunnersbury House, Hounslow. Career: Served with the Steam Road Transport Dept. as asst. to the D.A.A.G. of Steam Transport in the S.A. War of 1899-1902; General Manager in India and Burma John Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 1909-14; served in Great War, 1914-18, with Tanks, rising to position of Asst. Chief Mech. Engr.; from 1919 to 1923 Supt. of The War Office Dept. of Tank Design and Experiment.
JOHNSON, R. T. A.M.I.Mech.E., G.I.P.E. 395 London Road, Leicester. Age: 30. Career: Birmingham Central Sec. Coll.; Design and Production of I.C. Engines, Compressors, etc.; Chief Draughtsman, Kryn & Lahy Ltd., and Browett & Lindley, Ltd., 1935-38.
JOHNSON, Sydney Reynolds Edward. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E. Senior Lecturer, Mech. Eng. Dept., Coll. of Tech, and Arts, Rugby. Private Address: 305 Hillmorton Road, Rugby. Career: Eng. Apprent. with Richardsons Westgarth & Co.; Served during the War, 1914-19, Infantry and Royal Engineers; 1923-36, Messrs. A.Reyrolle & Co., Asst. Designer and Section Leader; later organised and took charge of their Staff Training School.
JOHNSON, William Arnold. M.A., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. Civil Engr., Safety in Mines Research Board, Sheffield. Private Address: 71 Bents Drive, Ecclesall, Sheffield, 11. Age: 35. Formerly Tech. Asst. to the Vice-Pres., L.M. & S. Rly.
JOHNSON, W. E. A.M.I.E.E. Marine View, Glennon Drive, Paignton, S. Devon. Asst. Engr., Paignton Elect. Light and Power Co., Ltd., Paignton, S. Devon.
JOHNSON, W. W. A.M.I.Mech.E. Chairman, W. Johnson & Sons (Leeds) Ltd., Castleton Foundry, Armley, Leeds. Age: 64. Ed.: Leeds Tech. Sch. and Wesley Coll., Sheffield.
JOHNSTON, Charles Morison. M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E. Engr. and Manager, Electy. Works, Shrewsbury. Private Address: Highfield House, Shrewsbury. Career: Chief Asst. Engr., Lancaster, 1893-95; Chief Engr., Lancaster, 1895-99; present appointment since 1899.
JOHNSTON, Christopher Maxwell. B.Sc. (Edinburgh), A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Engr., Central Electy. Board, 1 Charing Cross, S.W.1. Private Address: 45 Buckland Crescent, N.W.3
JOHNSTON, C. S. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.A.E., A.M.Inst.T. Rly. Engr., The South Wales Transport Co., Ltd., Rutland St. Station, Mumbles Rly., Swansea, Glam. Age: 32. Career: Swansea Grammar Sch.; Loughborough Coll.; D.O. Apprent., Brush Elect. Eng. Co., Ltd., 1923-27; at present in charge of Eng. Depts. of the Mumbles Elect. Rly. and the Ravenhill Omnibus Garage, S. Wales Transport Co., Ltd.
JOHNSTON, J. T. P. A.M.I. Mech.E., A.M.Inst.W.E. Water Engr., Lewes Corp. Water Works, Town Hall, Lewes, Sussex. Age: 61. Career: Educ., Edinburgh; sea-going experience as Marine Engr., Extra 1st Class B.O.T. Cert.; engaged in Water Works Supply for the past 30 years.
JOHNSTONE, Harmood V. C. O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E. Engineer, Essex Rivers Catchment Board, Essex Rivers House, Springfield Road, Chelmsford. Private Address: The Spring, Wickham Bishops, Essex. Career: With the Egyptian Irrigation Service and later in the Sudan Irrigation Service.
JOHNSTONE, William Edward. F.C.M.S., M.I.Mar.E. Consulting Engr. and Marine Surveyor, and Surveyor to British Corp. Register, 51 Pembroke Buildings, Swansea. Private Address: 16 Maple Crescent, Swansea. Age: 48. Career: Apprent. with North Eastern Marine, Sunderland; with Alfred Holt 12 years, seagoing engr.; Commenced as Consulting Engr. and Marine Surveyor, 1923.
JOHNSTONE-HALL, Major F. C. M.B.E.,.M. I.Mech.E., A.11I E.E, A.M.I.A.E. Ordnance Mech. Engr., R.A.O.C., Central Ordnance Depot, Chilwell, Nottingham.
JOLIN, P. S. A.M.I.E.E. 2 Park Terrace, Dunston, Gatesheadon-Tyne. Dist. Engr., North Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Newcastle-upon -Tyne.
JOLL, Vivian Dottin. B.Sc. (Hons.), A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., A.M.Inst.W.E. Senior Asst. Engr., County Borough of West Ham, Town Hall, London. E.15. Private Address: 16 Waverley Grove, Finchley, N.3. Age: 37. Formerly Asst. Engr., Wakefield and Finchley Corporations.
JOLLIFFE, Valentine Noices. A.M.I.E.E. Divisional Elect. Asst., Great Western Rly. Co., West Yard, Bute Street, Cardiff. Private Address: 57 Stanwell Road, Penarth, Glam. Age: 53. Formerly Elect. Engr., Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) Docks and Rly. Co., Newport, Mon.
JOLLY, E. E. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E. 47 Lord Avenue, Woodford Avenue, Ilford. Borough Elect. Engr. and Manager, Bethnal Green, London, E.2. Age: 42. Educ. Univ. Coll., Southampton, diploma Elect. Eng.; 1st Cl. Radio Cert., P.M.G., London.
JOLLY, W. P. F. A.M.I.Mech.E. 10 Saltwell Road, Low Fell, Gateshead. Field Engr., Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., Newcastle Branch Office. Age: 33. Career: Dundee Tech. Coll.; training, Urquhart, Lindsay & Robertson Orchar, Ltd., Dundee, and represented them in N.E. England before joining V.O.C.
JONES, A. J. B.Sc. (Hons.), A.M.I.Mech.E. Director, Strachan & Henshaw Ltd., Whitehall Ironworks, Bristol, 5. Age: 41. Career: Bristol Univ.; H.M.Forces, 1914-19; Training, G. W. Rly. to 1923; E. S. & A. Robinson Ltd., 1923-35, as Tech. or Managing Engr.; 1935 to date, with Strachan & Henshaw Ltd., as Director and Export Sales Manager.
JONES, Bennett Melvill. C.B.E., A.F.C., M.A., F.R.Ae.S., Hon. F.I. Ae.S. Francis Mond Professor of Aeronautical Eng., Laboratory, Cambridge. Age: 51. Career: Aeronautics Dept., Nat. Phys. Lab., 191013; Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, 1914-16; Experimental Officer, Royal Air Force, 1916-18.
JONES, Brynmor. D.Sc. (Wales), F.I.C., M.I. & S.I. Member Soc. of Public Analysts. Lecturer in Metallurgy, Univ. Coll., Cardiff. Private Address: 46 Sandringham Road, Penylan, Cardiff. Age: 37. Career: Service with Guest Keen & Nettlefolds, Dowlais Steel Works, Cardiff; Partington Steel and Iron Co., Ltd., Irlam; G. Rudd Thompson and Partners Ltd., Newport, Mon.; Research Dept., Royal Arsenal, London, S.E.18. Carnegie Medallist, I. & S. Inst.
JONES, Lieut. Comdr. (E), C. W. R.N., A.M.I.Mech.E. Age: 37. Career: Harris Academy, Dundee; H.M.S. "Indus," Mech. training estab.; R.N. Coll., Greenwich; Factory Officer, Mech. training estab., Chatham, years, and Snr. Engr., 2 years; Senr. Engr., "Dromeda"; Asst. to Fleet Engr. Officer, Home Fleet; Engr. Officer, H.M.S. "Ashanti," and service in H.M. Ships, "Violent" and "Repulse."
JONES, Charles Edward. A.M.I.E.E. Proprietor, James Tate & Co., Victory Works, East Parade, Bradford, Yorks. Private Address: High Rigg, Ilkley, Yorks. Age: 49. Patentee of Valve Electrical Operating Mechanism; Mobile Cranes; Auto Control Apparatus, etc.
JONES, D. E. Wh. Ex., B.Sc. (Eng.), 1st Cl. Hons., A.M.I.Mech.E. 7 College Road, Carmarthen, S. Wales. H.M. Inspector of Factories. Age: 38. Career: Diploma, Silver and Gold Medals of School of Mines, Treforest, Glam.; Power Station Supt., 1924-28; Appointed H.M. Inspector of Factories in 1928.
JONES, David William Garnet. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E. Private Address: "Corriemoor, " 503 New Chester Road, Brom Borough. Practical experience and early training with the Yorkshire Elect. Power Co. as Junior Asst. Engr., 1909-12.; Subsequently held posts under the Bradford Corp. Electy. Dept. and Lever Bros., Ltd. Served in France with the forces of the Crown, 1915-18.
JONES, Rev. E. M. Royds. A.M. Inst.C.E., B.Sc., A.C.G.I., D.I.C. Asst. Priest at the Parish Church, Chislehurst. Private Address: Well Cottage, Crown Lane, Chislehurst. Age: 39. City and Guilds, 1915-17 and 1919-21; Balfour Beatty & Co., 1921-30.
JONES, Sir Evan D., Bart. LL.D., M.Inst.C.E. Grand Officer, Order of the Nile. Chairman, Topham, Jones & Railton, Ltd., Civil Eng. Contractors, 11 Great George Street, Westminster, S.W.1. Private Address: 6 Addison Road, W.14. Member of the Court of Governors and Council of the Univ. Coll. of Wales; Lord-Lieutenant of the County of Pembroke. Chairman of Fishguard County Bench of Magistrates; Chairman of Standing Joint Committee, 1926-37. Alderman, County Council. Pres. of the Fed. of Civil Eng. Contractors, 1933-37. During the War: Member of Committee for the organisation of Civilian Labour for Defence Purposes in London area; Petrol Controller, 1917-18; B.O.T. Commissioner for Dyes, 1917-19; Controller of Coal Mines, 1919; Chairman of Road Transport Board, 1918-19.
JONES, E. O. A.M.I.E.E. Briarfield, Chester Road, Dunham Hill, Warrington, Lancs. Elect. Engr., British Insulated Cables Ltd., Helsby, nr. Warrington.
JONES, E. S. B.Sc. (Eng.) Hons., A.M.I.Mech.E. Head of Section (MP 2b), Directorate of Industrial Planning (War Office), Caxton House West, Tothill Street, S.W.1. Age: 31. Career: Apprent., Alfred Herbert Ltd., Coventry, from 1922-27, Spencer Scholarship, 1926; Univ. of Birmingham, 1927-31, Coventry Major Scholarship, 1930; Tech. Asst., Royal Small Arms Factory, 1932 to Dec., 1933.; promoted W.O., Jan., 1934; present post, May, 1937.
JONES, Edward P. A.M.I.E.E. "Langside," Den Avenue, Bognor Regis. Age: 65. Career: Birkbeck Inst.; Finsbury Tech. Coll.; London Univ.; Apprent., Kent Eng. Co., 1889-92; with Elect. Light and Power Contractors, London, 1892-94; Glasgow P.O., Plant and Installations, 1894-1906; Charge of Birm.E.L. & P. Section, 1906-10; Engr.-in-Chief's Office, London, 1910-19; Exec. Work, London Power Dist., to 1932; Acting Exec. Officer for many E.L. and P. Installations in P.O. Buildings, including Mech. Conveyors in Mount Pleasant Sorting Office.
JONES, Ernest R. M.I.H.V.E. (Past Pres.). Chairman, Activated Sludge Ltd., London; Chairman, Jones & Attwood Ltd., Stourbridge. Private Address: Rigby Hall, Bromsgrove, Worcs. Ed.: Birmingham Univ.
JONES, F. C. B.Sc., A.M.I. Mech.E., Grad.I.E.E. 85 Gorsey Lane, Cannock, Staffs. Asst. Lecturer in Mech. Eng. (Staffs. Educ. Committee), Cannock Chase Mining Coll. Age: 33. Career: entered industry at 13; 2 years in Shops of well known machine-tool manufacturers; 2 years in Elect. Dept. at a colliery; 3 years in Shops and 9 years in Tool Drawing Office of English Elect. Co., Ltd., Stafford; Tech. Educ. at evening classes and by private study; Lecturer in Mech. Eng. at Guildford Tech. Coll., 1935; since then in present post.
JONES, Frank M. B.Sc. (Manchester), M.I.Mar.E., A.M.I.E.E. B.O.T. Marine Engr.'s Certificate. Manager, Marine Dept., W. H. Allen Sons & Co., Ltd., Queens Works, Bedford. Private Address: "Crafnant, " Biddenham, Bedford. Age: 53. Career: Engr., B.T.H. Co., Rugby; Asst. Ch. Engr., British Celanese Co., Derby; Asst. Sales Manager, Boving & Co., London; Asst. Sales Engr., Vickers Boiler Co., London. War Service, 1914-16, Captain 9th Royal Welch Fusiliers.
JONES, Harold L. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.C.T. Installation Engr., Derby Corp. Electy. Dept., Full Street, Derby. Formerly Elect. Engr. to Manchester Education Committee, 1925-36.
JONES, Herbert. M. I. E.E. Formerly Elect. Engr., Southern Rly. Co., Formerly Waterloo Station, S.E.1.
JONES, Herbert S. W. A.M.I. Mar.E. Extra Chief Engr., Lecturer in Marine Eng., L.C.C. School of Eng. and Navigation, Poplar High Street, E.14. Private Address: 66 St. Johns Park, Blackheath, S.E.3. Age: 32. Career: 8 years as Eng. Officer, Merchant Service (5 years steamships, 3 years motorships).
JONES, Horace. M.I.A.E. Works Director, Jones, Stroud & Co., Ltd., Vida Mills, Long Eaton. Private Address: Ladycroft, Allestree, Derby. Age: 47. Career: Coventry Tech. Inst. Alfred Herbert Ltd., Apprent. and Chief Inspector in Tool Room; Drawing Office 2 years. Lanchester Motors, 1915-22, Tech. Control of Aero Engine and Car Production; 1922, started the firm of Jones, Stroud & Co., Ltd.
JONES, J. A.M.I.Mech.E. Manager, National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., Ashton-under-Lyne. Age: 45. Career: Hegginbottom Tech. Sch.; Manchester Sch. of Tech.; Works Training at N.G. & O.E. Co., Ltd.
JONES, J. A. M.Sc., F.Inst.P. Manager, Central Research Dept., The United Steel Cos., Ltd., Stocksbridge, Sheffield. Private Address: 2 Norwood Road, Pitsmoor, Sheffield. Career: 1917-30, Research Metallurgist, Research Dept., Royal Arsenal, Woolwich; 1930, present appointment.
JONES, J. C. A.M.I.E.E. Elect. Engr., The Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Broadheath, Manchester. Age: 36. Career: Latymer Upper Sch., London; Northampton Inst.; Diploma in Heavy Elect. Eng.; Tech. Asst., Brookhirst Switchgear Ltd., Chester. Patentee of various Elect. Devices for Machine Tools.
JONES, J. C. A.M.I.E.E. 13 The Green, Twickenham, Mddx. Asst. Engr., Office of Engr.-in-Chief, G.P.O., Armour House, London, E.C.1. Age: 59. Career: Univ. Coll. of Wales; Bangor Elect. Dept.; Yorkshire House to House Supply Co. (Elect.); Elect. Dept., Leeds Corp.; British Insulated Wire Co.; Asst. to A. R. Bennett, M.I.E.E., Cons. Engr.; Natl. Telephone Co. Mem. of Council and Hon. Librarian, The Honourable Soc. of Cymrnrodorion.
JONES, John Cyril. B.Sc. (Eng.) Hons., Lond., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I. Mech.E., F.I.I.A. Principal, Cardiff Tech. Coll., Cardiff Education Authority, Cardiff. Private Address: 2 Warwick House, Castle Court, Cardiff. Age: 38. Career: Design and Research Asst., C.M.E.'s Dept., G.W.R., Swindon, 1922-31; Factory Inspectorate, Home Office Dept., 1931; Head of Continuative Education Dept., Loughborough Coll., Leics., 1931-35; Principal, St. Helens Municipal Tech. School, Lancs., 1935-37; present post September, 1937 to date. Member of Council of Assoc. of Tech. Institutions and of the Education Committee of the Inst. of Mech. Engrs.
JONES, J. R. A.M.I.E.E. Chief Asst. Engr., Battersea Borough Council Electy. Dept., "Electric House," Lavender Hill, S.W.11. Age: 49. Career: Monmouth Grammar Sch.; Armstrong Coll., Newcastle; Sunderland Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Messrs. O'Brien, Manchester; Pupil to Borough Elect. Eng,r., Monmouth; 18 years with North Eastern Elect. Supply Co.; 4 years Station Supt., Newport (Mon.); 4 years Chief Asst. Engr., Watford Corp.; 21 years Deputy Elect. Engr. and Manager, Hammersmith Borough Council.
JONES, J. W. B.Sc.Tech. (Hons.), A.M.I.E.E. 250 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. H.M. Elect. Insp. of Factories, Home Office, Factory Dept. Career: Coll. of Tech., Manchester; Training, Metropolitan-Vickers Ltd., Manchester; subsequent positions with B.E.T. Co., Hayes, and London and Home Counties J.E.A.
JONES, Llewellyn Ivor. M.I. Mar.E., M. I. Mar. & Power E. (N.Z.). Inspector, Aeronautical Inspection Directorate (Air Ministry), c/o A.I.D., Gloster Aircraft Co., Hucclecote, Glos. Private Address: 9 Westfield Road, Brockworth, Glos. Age: 38. After tech. sch. and works training in New Zealand, served for 8 years at sea, afterwards transferring intersets to aircraft.
JONES, L. J. A.M.I.E.E. 37 Mashiters Walk, Romford, Essex. Area Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept. Age: 55.
JONES, O. C. A.M.I.E.E. Mill Street, Maidstone, Kent. Trading as Oswald Jones & Co., Elect. Light and Power Engrs. Established 1900.
JONES, O. T. B.Sc. (Eng.) Birmingham, M.I.A.E., M.S.A.E. Chief Engr., Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., Caxton House, East, S.W.1. Ed.: Birmingham Univ.
JONES, Percy Lewis. M.C. (and Bar), B.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech. E., Wh. Ex., M.I.Mar.E. General Manager, Eng. Dept., Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Neptune Works, Walker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 6. Private Address: 24 Elmfield Road, Gosforth, Newcastleon-Tyne.
JONES, R. E. M.Sc., D. I.C., A.M.I.E.E. 10 Holyoake Walk, N.2. Executive Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept. Age: 34. Career: 1926-1933, International Standard Elect. Corp. (European Eng. Dept.); 1933, Post Office Eng. Dept. (Research Branch).
JONES, R. G. A.M. I.Mech.E. Chief Engr., British Enka Artificial Silk Co., Ltd., Aintree, Liverpool. Age: 41. Career: County Sch.; Bangor Univ.; Impl. Typewriter Co., Leicester; Served with K.R.R., 191417; Cammell, Laird, Birkenhead; in 1918, formed an Eng. Business on War Contracts, Aero Engine parts; 1919, went to Gold Coast as Relieving Engr. for Elder Dempster; Port Engr., Sekondi, 1921-26; 1927, British Enka, Constructional Engr.; Chief Engr. from 1929.
JONES, Thomas Ewart. M.I.A.E. 1st. Cl. B.0.T. Cert. "Glencarn," Horbury Road, Wakefield. Supt. Engr., West Riding C.C., Central Repair Depot, Thornes, Wakefield. Age: 52. Career: Lincoln Tech. Coll.; Howdens Eng. Coll., Cardiff; training, Ruston & Hornsby, Lincoln and Rolls Royce Ltd., Derby; Engr. Officer, Mercantile Marine and R.N.R., 10 years; Engr. Inspector, 4 years; present appointment, 17 years.
JONES, W. A.M.I.E.E. 19 Beresford Avenue, Hull. Retired in 1933 after 33 years service with Hull Corp. Elect. Dept.
JONES, W. E. A.M.I.E.E. Borough Elect. Engr., Basingstoke Corp., Elect. Dept., Church Street, Basingstoke. Age: 40. Career: Chaloners Foundation Sch.; Borough Polytechnic; Pupilage, Mr. Swarbrick, Engr. and Manager, Minehead Elect. Supply Co.; further training, and appointments, S. London Elect. Supply Corp.; Hong Kong Elect. Co.; Wolverhampton Corp.; West Midlands J.E.A.; Chief Asst., Basingstoke, 1929; present appointment, 1931.
JONES, W. R. D. D.Sc., M.I.Met., M.I. & S. Inst., M.C.S., M.S.W.I.E., Member, Ceramic Society, M. Sth. Wales I.E., etc. Professor of Metallurgy, Dept. of Metallurgy and Fuel Tech., Univ. Coll., Newport Road, Cardiff.
JONES, William Eccles. A.M.I.E.E. Business Address: 38 Molesworth Street, Wadebridge, Cornwall. Private Address: Molesworth Arms Hotel, Wadebridge. Career: Faraday House, 1907-10; Asst. Engr., County of London E.S. Co., Ltd.
JONES, William Jacob. D.Sc. (Manchester), M.Sc. (Wales), F.Inst. P., F.T.C. Professor of Chemistry, Univ. Coll., Cathays Park, Cardiff.
JONES, William Richard. D.Sc. (Lond.), D.I.C., F.G.S., M.I.M.M. Reader in Mining Geology, Univ. of London, and Royal School of Mines, London, Imperial Coll. of Sc. and Tech., South Kensington, London, S.W.7. Career: Acting Govmt. Geologist, F.M.S. and Straits Settlements; General Manager, High Speed Steel Alloys Mining Co., Ltd., Burma; in charge of Mining Geology Courses at Royal School of Mines, London. Books: "Tinfields of the World"; "German-English Terminology in Geology"; General Editor of Murby's Series of German-English Terminologies in Geology, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology and Botany.
JORDAN, Ernest. A.M.I.E.E. Dist. Manager, The Wessex Electy. Co., Spa Road, Melksham. Private Address: "Marnest," Bath Road, Chippenham. Age: 49. Career: Gillingham Tech. School; Pupil, Aveling & Porter Ltd., Rochester. Asst. Engr., Northampton Corp. Tramways; Chief Asst. Engr., Borough of Aylesbury Electy. Dept.; Borough Elect. Engr., Harwich Corp.
JORDAN, E. H. A.M. I.E.E. Springfield Ave., Stokesley, Yorks. Asst. Engr., Power Dept., Southern Area, Middlesbrough, N.E. Elect. Supply Co., Ltd., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Age: 34. Career: Bridlington Grammar Sch.; Hull and Doncaster Tech. Coils.; Pupil, Bridlington Corp. Elect. Works; Jnr. Engr., Doncaster Corp. Elect. Works; positions at Newcastle, Northallerton, Middlesbrough in construction operation and Power Depts., N.E. Elect. Supply Co.
JORDAN, R. J. A.U.C.S., A.M.I.E.E. Chief Transmission Engr., Telephone Dept., Pirelli General Cable Works, Ltd., Eastleigh, Hants. Private Address: "Lammas," 52 Stirling Road, Bournemouth. Age: 35. Ed.: Univ. Coll., Southampton.
JOSEPH, Edward L. M.I.E.E., F.C.S., M.I.H.V.E. Managing Director, Ozonair Ltd., 1/5 Longmoore Street, London, S.W.1. Age: 70. Career: Crypt Grammar Sch., Gloucester; Mason Sc. Coll. (now Birmingham Univ.); 1888 Julius Sax (various positions); 1889, Appleton, Burbey & Williamson (Partner); 1898-1904, Williamson & Joseph (Managing Director). Numerous Inventions and Patents, all more or less connected with air purification and treatment, ventilation, air conditioning and relevant apparatus.
JOSEPH, Henry. M.I.E.E. Managing Director, The Midland Elect. Installation Co., Ltd., Cyprus Works, Upper Villiers Street, Wolverhampton. Age: 59. Career: King Edwards Sch., Birmingham; Masons Coll., Birmingham, 1894-97; Pupil, Thos. Parker, Ltd., Wolverhampton, 1897-1900; Asst. Engr., Harrow Elect. Supply Co., 1900-01, and Folkestone, 1901-02; Engr. and Manager, Hythe Elect. Supply, 1902-05, Melton Mowbray, 1905-07, Dorking and Caterham, 1907-10, Hawick, 1910-16; 1918-19. Lieut, R.E. (T). Tyne E.E.
JOY, Bertram C. M.I.A.E. Consulting Engr., 55 Yale Court, Honeybourne Road, W. Hampstead, N.W.6. Career: Aldenham School; Univ. Coll., London; 3 years with David Joy (Training). Associated Equipment Co., Simms Motor Units, etc. Designed a number of Automobile Engines between the years 1897-1907; has been responsible for several inventions—a Gas Pump, a Vacuum Pump, a Diaphragm Fuel Pump, an Oil Filter, etc.
JOYCE, R. M. A.M.I.E.E. 58 Cairnfield Avenue, Neasden, N.W.2. Asst. Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept. Age: 42. Career: Borough Polytechnic; Telecommunication Eng. training with The P.C. Telephone Co.; Western Elect. Co.; Royal Corps of Signals; British Post Office.
JOYCE, T. C. B.Sc. (Lond. and Bristol), A.M.I.E.E. Lecturer in Elect. Eng., The Univ., Sheffield. Age 57. Career: Educ.: Merchant Venturers' Sch.; Teaching experience at the Lancaster Tech. Sch.; Sch. of Tech., Manchester; The Tech. Coll., Sunderland.
JUBB, B. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E A.M.I.Mech.E. 47 Friern Barnet Drive, London, N.20 Century Dept. Manager, Asea Elect. Ltd., London, E.17. Age: 33. Career: Central Secondary Sch., Sheffield; Sheffield Univ.; Apprent. Fitter with Spear & Jackson Ltd., Sheffield; Coll. Apprent., Metropolitan-Vickers Ltd., Trafford Park; Outside Representative, Crompton Parkinson Ltd., Manchester and Birmingham.
JUDD, E. H. A.M.I.Mech.E. 66 Alric Avenue, New Malden, Surrey. Free Lance Engr., Journalist and Commercial Artist. Career: Collegiate Sch. abroad; Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Practical training, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Eng. Co.; 13 years chiefly as Departmental Manager, Alley & MacLellan, Glasgow; 3 years Sales Manager, Sentinel Waggon Works, Shrewsbury; many years as Eng. Merchant and Agent; varied work in Air Ministry and Ministry of Munitions during War. Consulting Engr. on Steam Installations; Author of many articles (mostly illustrated by self) on various Eng. Subjects.
JUDD, Joseph H. M.Inst.Mech.E. Fellow of Coll. of Handicrafts. "Lynwood," Preston Drive, Brighton 6, Sussex. Age: 83. Career: Doncaster Sch. of Sc. and Art; G.N.R. Sc. and Tech. Classes, Doncaster; Apprent., G.N. Rly.; 5 years Earles S. and E. Works; Chargeman Erector, London and Brighton Rly.; evening school teacher, Mech. Eng., Brighton School Bd.; 1888-97, Head, Brighton Tech. and Manual Inst.; Director of School Crafts, Manchester School Bd,. 1897-1915. Examiner in Wood and Metal, City and Guilds, for 10 years. By invitation, gave series of Lectures on English methods of teaching technical and school crafts, to Preoria Tech. Coll., Ill., U.S.A. Author of "Learn by Doing," and Instruction Manuals, Wood and Metal.
JUDGE, E. E. A.M.I.Mech.E. Works Manager, W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., Gravesend, and Henley's Tyre and Rubber Co., Ltd., Gravesend.
JUDSON, Clement Conway. B.Sc. Eng. (London), Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. Engineer and Surveyor, Sheerness Urban Dist. Council, Trinity Road, Sheerness. Age: 34. Formerly with Weymouth B.C.; Chelmsford B.C.; Canterbury C.C. (Deputy Engr. and Surveyor).
JUHLIN, G. A. M.I.E.E. Chief Engr., Plant Dept., Metropolitan Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd. and Director Metro-Vick Export Co., Ltd., Trafford Park, Manchester. Age: 57. Career: Stockholm Tech. Coll.; 1902, Junr. Engr. on staff of S. H. Short, Tech. Director, English Elect. Co., Ltd.; 1902, Dick Kerr & Co., Preston, Junr. Engr.; 1905, A.C. Design Dept.; Chief Engr., A.C. Design Dept., 1907-15; 1915, British Westinghouse Co.; present position, 1918.
JULER, Ashley. A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. Works Manager, The Gas Accumulator Co. (U.K.) Ltd., Lighthouse Engrs. Beacon Works, Brentford, Mddx. Private Address: 12 Westholme Gardens, Ruislip Manor, Mddx. Career: Ponders End Technical Coll.; Regent St. Polytechnic; Mech. Eng. Appent. at Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock, 1910-18; 1918 to present with Gas. Accr. Co.
JULIUS, W. O. M.I.E.E., E.I. The Croft, Hillcroft Avenue, Purley, Croydon. Director, The Mullard Radio Valve Co., Ltd., New Road, Mitcham Junction, Surrey. Age: 40. Career 1921, Diploma of Elect. Engr. of Univ. of Delft (Holland); 1921, Elect. Engr., Philips Glowlamp Works of Eindhoven, Holland. 1925, Tech. Representative of Philips at the Mullard Radio Valve Co., Ltd.; 1928, Director of The Mullard Radio Valve Co., Ltd.
JULL, R. S. A.M.I.E.E. Engr. and Manager, The Ilfracombe Elect. Light and Power Co., Ltd., 116 High Street, Ilfracombe. Age: 49. Career: Tech. Training, Finsbury Coll.; Engr. and Manager at Frinton-on-Sea and Dist. Elect. Light and Power Co.; Chipping Norton Elect. Supply Co.; Cookham and Dist. Elect. Supply Co.; Ilfracombe Elec. Lt. & P. Co. Ltd.
JUMP, Percy. M.I.Mech.E. Director, N. Hingley & Sons, Ltd., Netherton Ironworks, Dudley. Private Address: Ellerton, Hagley Road, Pedmore, Stourbridge.
JUNNER, Gordon Mackenzie. F.R.S.A., M.I.A.E., M.Inst.Met. Editor "Light Metals" and "The Commercial Motor," Temple Press, Ltd., 5-17 Rosebery Avenue, London, E.C.1. Age: 46. Career: Southend Tech. Coll.; Battersea Polytechnic; Drawing Office, General Motor Cab Co., London; Drawing Office, Associated Equipment Co., Ltd. Design and Experimental Work, with Associated Equipment Co., Ltd., 1912-13; Tech. Sub-Editor "The Commercial Motor", 1913-14; M.T. Workshop Officer, 1915-18; Asst. Editor, "The Commercial Motor," 1918-28; Editor, 1929 to date; appointed Editor "Light Metals," 1937. Author of "Compression Ignition Engines for Road Vehicles" (Manual), etc. C. & G. and R.S.A. Silver Medallist.
JUNNER, Norman Ross. O.B.E. (Civil), M.C., D.Sc., D.I.C. Director, Geological Survey Dept., Gold Coast Govmt. Private Address: 11 Lansdowne Road, Wimbledon, London, S.W.20. Career: Melbourne Univ.; and Royal Coll. of Sc., London. War service, 1914-18 Geologist, Gold Coast Geological Survey, 1920-27; Director, Sierra Leone Geological Survey, 1927-30; Director, Gold Coast Geological Survey from 1930. Member of Council, The Inst. of Mining and Metallurgy, London, 1932-37.. Books: "Gold in the Gold Coast," and some 20 other publications on geology and mining in Sierra Leone, Gold Coast and Australia.
JUTTING, G. H. A.M.I.Mech.E. Chief Engr., Nestle's Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co. Ltd., Nestle's Avenue, Hayes, Mddx.