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FROM THE AMMAN VALLEY

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FROM THE AMMAN VALLEY The .Ammanford Food Control Com- mittee met the local grocers on Sun- dny afternoon with a view to devising a more equitable scheme. There were lively scenes outside a multiple shop when Mr. T. D. Williams (chairman of tlie Trades and Labour Council) in- tervened and personally undertook the distribution of half. cwt. of mar- garine—the entire stock. So great was the crush that a window was cracked. Pontardulais Dramatic Society, un- der the direction of Mr. D. Matthews, ga.ve three performances of "Change" At the Palace Theatre, Ammanford, over the week-end, and drew large audiences. Exciting experiences have fallen to the lot of Master Jaok Parry, of the Telegraph Hotel, Ammanford, a young sailor in the mercantile marine, who is at present 011 a visit home. He has been twice torpedoed, and his ship was in Halifax when the terrible explosion occurred there, wiping out a part of the city. At a meeting of the Executive Coun- oil of the Soutli Wales Miners Federa- tion held at Cardiff, it was resolved in the matter relating to the dispute at Tirydail Colliery respecting work- men who refuse to join the Federation to lay the matter before Sir George Askwith. Some women who had been in Llan- dilo market were returning home to the Amman Valley, when an interest- ing talk took place between them. "Now for another fight," said one. Wo must have more foo' d." "I have been on the trot since yesterday morning trying to get meat, butter, and lard," said another." "If women have to go to France," declared another—"we now know how to fight; we now know II how to stand at ease (for hours in the queues); how to advance and how to take part in a big push."

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