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SKEWEN. ) On Tuesday evening, at the New Cine- ma, Skewen, attention was called to the forthcoming visit of the Tank Julian to Neath. Ald. Hopkin Morgan, C.B.E., J.P Mayor-Qf Neath, addressed the audi- ence, being also supported by* Mrs. H. B. Williams (Swansea), Councillors Ogley L. DavirI and Thos. Williams (Neath Abbey). On Tuesday evening, at Skewen, Coun- cillor Fred Curtis presided' over the monthly meeting of the Coedffranc Parish Council. Mr. Tom Price took hie seat as member for Jersey Marine. Councillor Slee reported that the committee ap- pointed to deal with illegal rent-raising, had met certain house-owners with a view of coming to an amicable settlement. The result had been most satisfactory. Sergt. D. R. Howelle, Royal Weteh Fusi- liers, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lowells, Bethlehem-road, Skewen, has accepted a commission in the Indian Army. He was twice mentioned in dispatches. He is 22 years of age, and prior to volunteering, was on the staff of the Coedffranc Boys' School. He has decided to adopt the Army as a profession. On Saturday an eisteddfod was held at Skewen. under the auspices of the I.O.G.T Lodso Conductor and adjudicator of liter- tature. Rev. Thos. Storsan: music adjudica- tor. Messrs. D. Thomas (Bridgend) and R. fYeyshon (Birchgrove): accompanists. Mips Winnie Richards (Neath) and Mr. Ivor S. Thom*g (Llansamlet): secretaries. Miss E. L. Williams and Mr Dd E. Gibbs. The p^e- eulent (Mr. Htigh Edwards M.P.) referred to the ere ate r antiquity cf the- Eisteddfod as compared with Parliament Dealing briefly with the war. he was pleased to inform them upon the highest authority how con- fident General Foch and the ifigh Command were. With pri te he would mention the folendid work done bv Welshmen in this war. not only those from Wales, but sons of Wales from the Colonies especially. Award R:-Re,(,itation under 12: 1. Christina Davies, Skewen; 2. Tommy Davies, Llansam- let. and Ceinwen Jones Mynyddbach (ùl- vidad). Recitation (und^r 16) 1, Gwladys Thomas. Trebaoos: 2. Doris 1' solven. and Maudie Williams. Resolven (di- vided): 3. Victor Morris. Llansamlet. ?«- 'iation (adult): Tom John. Neath Abbey, and Harry Gray. Llangvfelacb (dividedV Pianoforte solo (under 12): 1 LyndA- B. Jones, Llansamlet: 2. Doris Jones, G) rn Neath. Pianoforte polo (under 16): 1. Elsie Thomas. Brynliyfrvd: 2. Irene Ashford Wnnselton. Bo:v' solo- 1 Dennis Rowlands. Pont^rdnwe. and Philin Price. Swansea (di- vifieri); 2. Victor Morris Llansamlet. Girl*' solo- 1 Elsie Hutchinson. Glyn-Neath: 2. Mary Parker. Neath Abbey Children's Cham Dion polo: 1. Hilda Freeman. Swan- sea: 2. Jessie Foliand Skewen Novice solo: Glynd wr Morcan. TJanelly Soprano- Madame HuThei-Richsrd?. Bi rch "rove Tenor. John Stephens. Bonymaen Ban" tone. Erasmus Morpran Pontsrdswe. Oief choral (" Ar T>m Torddonen Ddofn"): Tre- hoeth Choral Society (conductor. Mr. Ar- thur Tones".

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