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Schools Managers THE PEMBREY GROUP. The monthly meeting of the Pembrey School Managers was held on Saturday, Mr. David Thomas in the chair, the fol- lowing being also present:—Messrs. Wm. Jones, D. J. Griffiths, Henry Davies, W. T. Edmunds, S. L. Gravelle, James Dunn, Thomas Groncott, and the Clerk (Mr. W. R. Leyshon). It was stated that the services of Mrs. Simcock, headmistress of Pembrey In- fants, were still further needed, and an, application had beep made to the Board of Education for her retention. It was suggested that an increase of £ 12 should he mid,, for the cleaning of Pwll School out-offices, and this was ap- proved of. It was decided to purchase the six ad- ditional chairs for the Board Room for the use of the School Managers. The Education Committee approved of the payment of L5 allowance to Mr. D. J. Thomas for having acted as super- visor to the evening classes during 1918- 1919. The Clerk read a letter stating that the Architeet had received instructions to send in a report respect ng the system of drainage, also the proposed erection of a boundary wall. Two male and two'female teachers had made an application for a further re- vision of their salaries. These were: Messrs. D. J. Thomas (Burry Port), and D. Davies (Trimsaran); and Misses Edmunds and Gunter (Burry Port). The applications were referred to the Salaries Committee. As a Peace commemoration, it was an- nounced that an extra week's summer holidays had been granted to the child- ren. (

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