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APPEAL TRIBUNAL ——II>

MUNITIONS COURT. I

SIR JOHN SIMON. I - I

THE IV.ABIP-IOGION. j

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THE IV.ABIP-IOGION. The annual meeting of the Swansea Mabinogion Society was held on Tuesday at-the Grosvenor Hotel, Mr. D. Khys Phillips, F.L.A.. presiding, supported by Aid. Ben Jones (Mayor-Elect), Councillor Jehu Lewis, Revs. R. S. Rogers, B.A., and D. Caron Rees (Vicar of Kilvey), and other?. The treasurer (Mr. J. O. Jones) reported that the society commenced last year with a balance in hand of 5s. 3d., and ended with a credit balance of £.1, 9s. lOci. The following officers were elected lor the ensuing year:—Presidents, Ald. Ben Jones (Mayor-Elect) and Aid. John Jordan, C.C.; chairman, Mr. D Rhys Phillips, F.L.A.; vice-chairmen, Mr. Morlais Samuel and Rev. R. S. Rogers, B.A.; secretary, Mr. "Talnant" Llewellyn; treasurer, Mr. J. O. Jones (Dillw vn); correspondent, Councillor C. P. Bell. Mr. Howell, of the Grosvenor, was thanked for his kindness in placing a room at the disposal of the Mabinogion. The Mayor-Elect (Alderman Ben Jones) received the congratulations of the Swan- sea Mabinogion Society at its annual h e el-airman gathering on Tuesday. The chairman (Mr. D. Rhys Phillips) scid that Mr. Jones was a man of the highest integrity, and they wished to congratulate him for having obtained the highest honour th3 town could confer. He was sure the worthy alderman would discharge his duties of Mayor of this important borough with dignity and ability. Councillor John Lewif, Britb:711 Tawe, and others also ppokc, Mr. TiCwis dwelling upon Aid. Jones's kindliness and philanthropic spirit, and predicting for him a ue-sful vear of office. The Mayor-Elect spoke feelingly of the kindness shown him by all sections in Swansea. lie had been touched by the sincere tone of their congratulations; he- would do his best to deserve them. The work of the Mayoralty grew year by year: and in. addition 'there was a terrible burden cast upon the office by the in- cidents of the war. He would do his beet to maintain the dignity and traditions of the chair.

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