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CWMTWRCH The drama "Gruffydd Llwyd," which is to be performed at the Cen- tral Hall, Ystalyfera, on Saturday evening next, in aid of Lower Cwm- twrch S. and S. Fund. promises to be- a great success. Miss Ellen Moses, the popular local vocalist, v/ill sing during the evening "Our lads in khaki." Miss Moses has scored great hits with songs of this kind at local concerts lately. Gunner Morgan P. Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Morgan, Cwmllyn- fell, is home on draft leave, after which he will be leaving for one of the battle fronts. Prior to joining up he was a bank clerk at- Aberdare. A conference under the auspioes of the Fellowship of Reconciliation was held at Beulah Chapel, Cwmtwrch, on Wednesday, the Rev. Wyra Lewis, Rhos, presiding. The chief speakenr were the Revs. E. K. Jones, Brymbo; D. J. Walker, Manchester; W. J. Rhys, Alltwen; Llew. Bowyer, Allt- wen; W. T. Hughes, Cwmtwrch and W. D. Roderick, Rhiwfawr. Resolu- tions were passed that the time had arrived when the war should be brought to an end, that the people and representatives of the churches in all countries should meet to discuss the matter, and protesting against the tyranny over conscience and the limi- tations of liberty of speech and the Press. The Rev. Llew. Bowyer said he was glad that Mr. Lloyd George had left out the words "knock out blow" and "victory" from his recent speech. At a meeting of the- Cwmtwroh Free Church Council held at Beulah Vestry on Tuesday evening, the question of food distribution came up for discus- sion, and the following resolutions were passed:—(1) That we call the attention of the Food Controller to the inadequate distribution of food sup- plies in the district, and are convinced tha.t the proposed scheme of rationing would be the most effective remedy; (2) That we call the attention of the Ystradgynlaia Local Food Control Committee to the inadequate distri- bution of food in the district, and to the too frequent infringement of the control prices. Also we are of the opinion that no scheme can be success- ful unless the executive officer be en- tirely independent of all official and legislative bodies. The following re- solution was also forwarded to the Breoonshire and Ystradgynlais Educa- tion Committees :—That this council beg to ask the education authorities to investigate and see that children attending our schools are properly nourished.