Page 7, 5th May 1950

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Locations: Derby, Halifax, Cardiff, Durham, Leigh

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Catholic candidates

Among the Catholics standing in the municipal elections are :

Cardiff : Mr. Lewis Jones, a convert and a member of the Civil Service Guild, is contesting his ward as a Ratepayer's candidate in Cardiff. Derby : Mr. D. M. Cassidy. chairman of the Derby branch of ACTU, is contesting the Bridge Ward as Labour candidate.

Durham : Councillor W. F. Edge, a former Mayor of Durham, is being opposed. Mr. F. E. Ennew is making another bid to get on to the Town Council.

Leigh : Councillor T. Hourigan, Mayor of Leigh, hat been returned unopposed as candidate for St. Joseph's Ward. Sundetiand : Mr. J. Lynch, of Durham.

Halifax : Mr. M. Doran. chairman of the Halifax Central Council of the C.P.E.A is contesting the Ovenden Ward as Liberal candidate. Mr. A. Patrick is contesting the Central Ward as Liberal candidate. Mr. W. Regan. a former Alderman, is contesting the North Ward as Labour candidate. Mr. F. T. Hodgson is defending the West Ward for Labour.

Smethwick : Mrs. G. Whitehouse will stand as Unionist candidate.

Hastings : Mr. John Howard is contesting the St. Leonard's Ward in the municipal elections.




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