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APPEAL TRIBUNAL ——II>

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APPEAL TRIBUNAL —— II> ARMY'S NEED Of MOTOR MECHANICS. A sitting of the West Glamorgan Appeal Tribunal was held at Swansea on Wednes- day, Mr. Hopkin Morgan presiding. Cap- tains H. Williams ana Buchanan repre- sented the military authorities. A 6in;e man, 25 years, B3. described as a seaman's ouditter and boot dealer, ap- pealed on the grounds of financial hard- ship. Mr. H. Thompson stated that ap- plicant was born in Poland and came to England about sis. years Some time later he entered into parterehip, bu.t sines then hia partner had joined the Army. He had a trunover of £iO per w&,k, and the toà wtts valued at 92,2(g).-Applp-,al dis- m A butcher, married, with three children, iu ciasa A, appealed on the ground of donieetie hardship. Mr. A. Thomas, in supporting the appeal, stated that appel- lant, who looked after two shops which were situate in a large industrial area. It was a one-man business. lie had a weekly turnover of £ 100.—The chairman stated that taking into consideration the locality and the considerable eise of the business, exemption would be granted until Dec. 31. A local cycle and motor cycle repairer appealed on behalf of his only mechanic left, five serving at present with the- i colours. Applicant had hve brothers serv- ing with the forces, and was himself a member of the V.'i.C. as an armourer. H? had been classified as A," but, added the employer, he thought if he went before the medical board a^ain be would be put in a lower category, ar, the applicant ],ad a hone broken in his foot. | Captain Buchanan explained that the Army wanted these, msn.~Application refused the man not to be called up for a month. In the case of a police constable at a controlled establishment who apepaled on medical grounds, the appeal was dis- misfted, but applicant was not to be called up for a month. Applicant, who is J9 years of age, 02 and single, put in a cer- tificate to the effect that he was suffering from bronchial catarrh and a disjointed elbow.

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