Page 7, 24th March 1950

24th March 1950
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Page 7, 24th March 1950 — GOOD FRIDAY SILENCE
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People: Gronow, W. F. Welsh
Locations: Bristol

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GOOD FRIDAY SILENCE

Request to Mayor

The Swansea and District Catholic Action branch has asked the Mayor, Councillor Gronow, to initiate a Two-Minute Silence throughout the town at 3 p.m. on Good Friday.

The chairman and secretary, Mr. W. F. Welsh and Mr. 0. A. Morris, have also sought the cooperation of non-Catholic clergy.

They point out that neighbouring Bristol arranged a Silence last year, " and • we feel sure," they add, " that Swansea would not be alone in this expression of piety, remembrance and humility."




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