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ABERAVON. Aberavon Easter vestry was held at St. ) Marv's on Wednesday, the Vicar (Rev. D. j W. Davies, B.A.) presiding. Fifty-one candidates were recently conifrmed, and during the Easter service;, there were 720 communicants. The warden.?, Mr. Clifford Jacob (vicar's) and Mr. D. E. Jones (people's) were re-elected. Mrs. W. B. Hallowcs, on behalf of the congregation, handed the vicar a cheque as an Easter offering-. Concern was felt at Aberavon last week for the safety of -Air. John Phillips J.P., and the Rev. Pugli Devan, both of whom were with the Y.M.C.A. rear Pennine. News has since reached that they are safe. At Aberavon on Monday, David ixec-s, Mynydd'byclian Cottages, C^mavon, was charged with keeping a dangerous dog, nnd a claim for 3os. was also made against him by Rees Jenkin Thonias, Cilgofid Farm, Bryn, who said he saw it kill a lamb, valued at tl ].5s. Supt. Ben Evans applied that the dog should be destroyed, and the Bench made the order, and defen- dant was also ordered to pay th'e 3.3s. damages and the costs. At Aberavon on Monday, Dd. Bowen, Cyuimer, pleaded guilty to failing to re- port to the police that his horse was suf- fering from parasitic mango.—Fined 20". At Abertillery on Saturday Charlie Lucas (Aberavon) was beaten on points by Wyndham Price (Newbridge) after a | class contest over 15 rounds.

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