W. Charlton has been appointed publicity manager of the National Benzole Company, Limited.
Educated at Peter Symond’s Winchester, and St. Edmund’s Hall, Oxford, he joined the company in November, 1935, as a trainee. Soon after he was attached to the sales staff of London Division and was later transferred to the Brighton area.
In 1940 he joined the Navy as an Ordinary Seaman, rising to the rank of Lieutenant-Commander in 1945. Demobbed in February, 1947, Mr. Charlton took a course in advertising at the London Press Exchange, and returned to the publicity department of his own company in February, 1948.
An old oxford soccer blue, Corinthian, and amateur international, he has played for Barnet, Wimbledon, Yorkshire amateurs, and—as an amateur—for Southampton, Hull City and Q.P.R. He was recently elected to the Council of the London Football Association.