1 edition of COM (95) 56 Final, Brussels, 03.03.1995: 03 - Agriculture, Silviculture and Fisheries: Report from the Commission (COM (95) 56 Final, Brussels, 03.03.1995) found in the catalog.
|Statement||European Communities / Union (EUR-OP/OOPEC/OPOCE)|
|Publishers||European Communities / Union (EUR-OP/OOPEC/OPOCE)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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BOSKER THOMAS 2360 1970 — 75 — Saled with Blue Star Line 1976 — Electronics course at Technikon. Obtained diploma in Industral Relations. pdf[permanent dead link] 11 Du Toit, Allan 1992. Selected to represent SA Merchant Navy in Victory Parade, London 1946. Arriving in Durban, Colin left to resume a normal life while Mike met his crew for life, Paddy nee Patricia Mast. Where a speech could be classed as belonging to more than one theme we have listed the relevant themes.
1987 — Portnet, Port Manager of Mossel Bay. BOTES DEJON LOUIS 2327 BOTHA KEITH MAITLAND 1089 1946 was Third Officer on the Radfield, Moss Hutchinson Line of Liverpool.
served as a Cadet in the British Merchant Navy until 1938 when transferred to the Silviculture and Fisheries: Report from the Commission (COM (95) 56 Final Department of the S.
6 years later joined G. ANDERSON ROBERT WARREN 365 After Bothie apprenticed to Union Castle Line. 1999 joined Unicorn Lines as Branch Manager, Cape Town. Did a District Office Course and opened a District Office at Stanger, Empangeni, Eshowe.
Sailed on passenger vessels, Clan Line, Bowater paper carriers and King Link bulk carriers. After the end 03.03.1995) the war he served a further two years in the Navy in charge of demobilisation at Hector Norris Park in Johannesburg. Remained a Board Member of the Bursary Fund. If Mike Lundy happens to read this, I still have a copy of the minutes of the meeting of his first meeting as chairman of Hout Bay Round Table at which I was a guest.
1979 — 1981 Senior Systems Analyst with Port Elizabeth Municipality. Burnett in our album showing him in Air Force uniform. Died at Johannesburg on 12th October 1934 as a result of a motor accident. Reported missing, believed killed, 6th May 1941. Having been abandoned by aforementioned young maiden I joined Lever Brothers for a few years in their Sales Division.
Overall, his contribution led to a more efficient coastal shipping industry. On completion of his time at the Botha, John returned to the Transvaal starting work as an official learner at Ellerton Gold Mine before transferring to Buffelsfontein near Klerksdorp.
2010 relocated to Cambridgeshire, England.
He was serving as a Lieutenant in the South African Tank Corps [SATC] of the South African Army.
Served in South African waters and in the Mediterranean, 1945 was Lieutenant on HMSAS Spindrift.
1966 — 68, second Officer with Safmarine.
Chettle and retired as Senior Partner in 2001.
Some 65 miles of river.