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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

 

20th November 1941

 

CWMAMMAN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.
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WANTED APPOINTMENT OF FIRE GUARD DEPOT SUPERINTENDENT

 

Applications are invited from persons over 41 years of age or otherwise ineligible for Military Service for the appointment of Fire Guard Depot Superintendent; at a Salary of £4 15s 0d, per Week.

The person appointed will be required to assist in organising the Fire Prevention Service in the Urban District of Cwmamman and in the administration of same in accordance with the relevant Orders and to carry out such incidental duties as may from time to time be assigned to him by the Council.

A knowledge of Welsh is essential. The appointment, which will not carry reservation from Military Service, is temporary, and will be subject to a month's notice on either side.

Applications, endorsed “Depot Superintendent,” stating age, qualifications, and experience together with copies of two recent testimonials, must be received by the undersigned before noon of Friday, the 28 th November, 1941.

Canvassing is strictly prohibited.

(Signed) G. TRACY PHILLIPS.
Clerk to the said Council

Council Offices,
Glanamman.

20 th November 1941.

 

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