The appointment of Charles M. Williams as regional superintendent of radio regulations for the Atlantic provinces has been announced. He replaced Harris Brannen, who retired on November 21.


A native of Wales, Mr. Williams joined the department in 1928 after several years' service as a radio officer with the Canadian Marconi Company. During the next 22 years he served as officer in charge at many D.O.T. radio stations including Cape Hopes Advance, Nottingham Island, Stupid's Bay, Cape Race, Camperdown, Chebucto and Albro Lake. In 1950 he was appointed radio inspector at Halifax, where he remained until he was transferred to Moncton in 1956 as regional radio inspector.


Mr. Williams is married and has two sons.


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