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Starting with the New Year. the iv , ats of Commercial Manager and Chief Engineer in the Belfast Telerotone Area will be replaced by a rinele Telephone Manager appointmmt. thus brining the organisation in line with th a t of other telephone areas throughout the United Kingdom. M
The toast was supported by Alderman J. M'Glade, who said he had neett impressed by the amount of work done by the Lord Mayor since his election. He particularly re;ered to the grand work done by the Lord Mayor and Mrs. Johnston in connection with the Coal Relief Fund. Alderm..n
"Belfast Telegraph" Reporter. IT is Just half a century since J. Strickland Taylor then a young -I student, passed through Belfast on his way to Portrush for a holiday. On Sunday afternoon he was back in Belfast again attending the Y.M.C.A. Centenary service as the Right Rev. J.