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AMEVSAftFORD. Crowds of Ammanford young miners presented themselves for medical exami- nation on Thursday at the Y.M.C.A. Hall, where tu? travelling medical board ha? taken up quarters for three days. At the annual meeting of the Amman- ford Council Mr. J. E. Jones was elected ohairman, and Mr. D. George vlce-cihair- ma.n. The valuable services of Mr. J. C. Shaw, the retiring chairman, were re- corded. As he had not followed the cus- tom of entertaining the members, in con- sequence of the food difficulty, Mr. Shaw uow made a gift of five guineas to the Our Boysr" Fund. Both the new obair- III all and vioe-chadrman are Labour memboi-s. An entertain-njent was given in the Church Room, Ammanford, on Thursday night, to a crowded audiei.es. The first part of the programme consisted of a per- tormance of the operetta, VlTW:t a Minute," by the United Band of Hope children, conducted by the Rev. D. Spen- cei Jones. Proof of the renaissance of the Welsh I drama was forthcoming at Ammanfor(I when the Pontardulais Siloh combmaticgi, dn its presentation of "Y Briodas Ddir- gel," kept the interest of an audience of well over one thousand persons at vlnte- heat till the la.st fail. of the curtain. The provisions of the new Franchise Act were explained by Mr. Meth Jones, registration agent, to a meeting at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on Monday night- Mr. Thi. Bowen (Bettws) was the chairman. At the annual meeting of the Amman Valley School Managers, Mr. Evan Evans. Ammanford, was elected chairman for the year. A heated debate took placo as to whether the schools should be closed I on May 1st to commemorate Labour Day. Mr. J. Harries pressed the matter to a I vote, and it was carried by a majority that a general holiday be given the school children. „ The death occurred at her residence in Coronation-terrace, Bettws, on Sunday afternoon, of Mrs. Myfanwy Lewis, & member of the staff of the Bettws Coun- cil School, and a most highly respected lady, at the age of 48 years, after a short illness, contracted while attending upon the late Mr. J. L. Williams, Maeequr.rre, who was her cousin. The interment of the late Mr. J. L. Wil- liams, owner of the Maesquarre Estate, took place at Bettws on Saturday after- noon. The bearers ware the tenants: Messrs. Thoe. Jacob, Joseph Morgan, Dd. Griffiths, Dd. Jones, -N,op-h Davies, John Davias. Wm. Davies and J. Davies (Wann- herod). The chief mourners were: Mr. Dd. Lewis, Maesquarre (cousin'); Jones, Yardre Farm, Gwyufo (cousin); Rev. D. Lewis (Port Talbot), Mr. Lewis, Mr. B. Lev/is, and Mr. D. Lewis (Amman- fond), Mr. Herbert Skunwavs (Mae^yboat), Co-n. Dd. George (Bettws), and Mr. Dd. .Stephens (Capel Farm), all second cousins. There are two members of the Amman- ford Co-uncil who have each given four sons to the forces, namely. Councillor J C. Shaw (one of whom has made the supreme sacrin.es) and Councillor Thomas I Fletcher, tho latter also having six nephews serving from the town. Under the condiUctorsmp of Mr Cor. oelius D. Rees, a performance of "Agatha" was given at the Palace Theatre on Wed- nesday night by the Bethel Sunday School j Choir. Pantyffynnon. The proceeds wtro in a.id of the N.U.R. Orphan Fund. Mr. J. Harries-Thomas presided.

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