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AMMANFORD.

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CWMAMMAN.

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ILLANDOVERY.___I

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I LLANDOVERY. Extensive preparations are being made for the grant Victory Ball to be held this ovenlng. Mr. Jack Jackson, Crown Mill, has re- turned to his home after four years' con- tinuous service with H.M. Forces. He served at Gallipoli and Palestine. The death has occurred of Mr. John Evans, The Copse, Castle Street. After a very successful business career, the deceased gentleman retired some years ago. He had also been a member of the Town Council. Mrs. Lizzie Rees, Velindre, has been ap- pointed! a member of the Llandovery War Pensions Committee, to represent the widows and dependents of the town. Her husband, the late Captain Cyril Rees, died at Alex- andria two years ago, after service on Gallipoli. A glowing tribute was paid by the Mayor to Miss Erminie Thomas, a young Llan- dovery elocutionist, at a reception concert held at the Institute recently. He among other things predicted for her a great future ill that direction. This young artiste is only nine years of age. At a meeting of the local branch of the Discharged Sailors' and Soldiers' Federation, held on Friday, Mr. C. B. Jones was elected chairman in place of Mr. leuan Hopkins, who has resigned on taking up a position under the Swansea Press at their head offices. It was decided to make a testimonial to Mr. Fred Thomas, now of %he Amman Valley Chronicle, in appreciation of his valuable ser- vices in connection with the organisation of the branch.

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Amman Valley School IManagers.

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