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Fire Bombs and how to deal with
Pontardawe AFS men killed
Use of Poison Gas
More FireWomen wanted
Bonfire Sequel
Superintendent Appointed
Fire Spotting Scheme
Safety first for Fire Fighters
New ARP Centre
Llandebie Saw Mills
Superintendent Wanted

Fire Watchers Grouse

Fire Watchers
Ammanford man gets George Medal
Fighting Crop Fires

Payment for Fire members

Super Applications Received


6th March 1941





Further operations on Friday of rescue parties in one of the bombed areas of Swansea area resulted in the recovery of the bodies of two Pontardawe Council full-time firemen at the point it was felt certain they would be ? where the side wall of a clothing establishment had collapsed into a side street.

The men had been seen in the vicinity just before as they were seeking instructions from leaders of the Swansea A.F.S.

It was reported to the Pontardawe Council that two auxiliary firemen met their death while the Council's Brigade were rendering assistance in Swansea. H. Lewis, 19 Amman Road, Brynamman, and D. Winston Davies, Old Post Office, Cwmgorse.

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