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ABERAVON. A.t the Aberavon County Police Court I bu Monday, two Port Talbot lads named i Trevor Williams and Thomas Harding were summoned for stealing newspapers. On an application, the cases were ad- journed for a week. At Aberavon County Police Court on Monday John Buckley, window cleaner, of Tydraw-street, Port Talbot, was sent to prison for two months for neglecting his eight children. The prosecution was undertaken by the N.S.P.C.C. IAtat week proved another good week in recruiting in Aberavon and Port Talbot, no less than 65 being attested and sent away to the various units. The most popu lax un a imongst the men who joined were the 12th Welsh (14), Royal Fie.d Artillery (12), R.A.M.C. (7). Swansea Battalion <7\. Bantams (6). Apart from the above total, 34 recruits were secured for the new reserve battery of the R.H.A.. which is now now in the cduxpp of formation.

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