Page 5, 21st May 1943

21st May 1943
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Page 5, 21st May 1943 — AN ABERAVON RESOLUTION A recent well-attended meeting On the schools
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Organisations: General Workers' Union
People: J. Donovan
Locations: Newport

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AN ABERAVON RESOLUTION A recent well-attended meeting On the schools

question in St. Joseph's Hall, Aberavon, speakers being Mr. J. Donovan, Transport and General Workers' Union, and Alderman W. F. Smith, of Newport, demanded that the statutory rights of parents to have their children educated in accordance with their ieligious convictions shall be maintained and respected.

Mr. Donovan gave evidence of how several organisations, interested in education, had started to revise their ideas as the Catholic voice became more articulate.




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