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A LABOUR EXCHANGE WANTED

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————————————.————— I RuHth Food Control. i I VISITORS VXD RATIONS. Mr J. Dugan presided over a meeting of the Food I Committee at Foresters' Hall. Builth Wells, on Tues- day ?venjn?. Others present w?re Mr* Richards, Mrs Telfer Smith, Messrs. O. Eadie, J. Morris. ,E. S. Dav- ies. J. Rees, T. Bevan. T. Watkins, T. R. Worthington, and W. W. Lennard (executive officer). Appointment of Delegates. The question of appointing four delegate, to attend. with the Executive Oilier, a conference to he held at Llandrindod Wells, on the following Thursday, to con- I sider the matter of obtaining food for visiotr- during the coming season. Mr Duggan: TIIi" is important, and we must do all we can t-o provide food for the visitors. Mr Morris: It is important, because if anything can be done, it should he dene. Iri- Telfer Smith: Have you any idea of the number iof visitor.* In the season? i Mr Morris: About 1,000 to 1,200. ) Messrs..7. Duggan, (i. Eadie, J. Morris and T. R. Worthingtnn were unanimously appoint-ed to aet in the capacity of delegates with the executive, officer. j The retail price of ra))bito wat; fixed at 1/9.

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