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UNION OF WELSH SOCIETIES

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UNION OF WELSH SOCIETIES PENSIONS OFFICERS AND PLACE NAMES DISCUSSED. Representatives from all parts of South Wales attended a conference of the Executive Council of the Union of Welsh Societies, held at the Llewellyn Cafe, Neath, last Saturday afternoon. Professor Joseph Jones, Memorial Col- lege, Brecon, presided. As a result of an interesting discus- sion on corrupted Welsh place names, it was decided to invite the different Welsh societies to prepare a list of such place names with an expression of opinion as to their correctness, such lists to be forwarded to a recognised bilinguistic authority for decision. Letters of congratulation were ordered to be sent to Sir Owen M. Edwards, Baron Rhondda and Sir John Milsom Rees. Alderman J. Jordan, J.P., Llan- samlet, was elected Chairman of the j Executive Council, and tTie agenda of the annual conference, to be held at Merthyr, was submitted to a sub-com- mittee. The Rev. E. W. Davies, Ton Pen- tre called attention to the number of English speaking pension officers in Wales, and instanced several cases of misunderstanding in support of a pro- posal to request the Government to deal fairly with the Welsh speaking recipients of the old age pension by making a knowledge of Welsh and es- sential qualification in fture appoint- ments. ) This was agreed to, and it was also decided to ask the Government to in- crease the. grants for Welsh classes in the Principality.

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