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KIDWELLY. The Food Control Committee on Tues- day decided that British or Welsh butter be sold until further nodee at 2s. Ikl. per lb. The EXûCutive Officer (Mr. Walter R. James), Mr. John Morgan, and Mr. H. E. Smart were asked to attend the meet- ing at Carmarthen with a view of arrang- ing fat prices throughout the county ior milk, butter, and meat. Captain David Gower, postmaster of Llanstiint, has been appointed one of the managers of the Kidwelly Group of Schools-

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