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LOCAL MILITARY AWARDS. Corporal J. Jenkins, I'.E., Byvncoeh. Neath, has been awarded the D.C.M. Second-lieutenant C. S. Jo-slyn, of Sketty. was lately gazetted to the Cheshire Regi- ment. Second-lieutenant L. Eurcn Roberts. one of tiie soii, of Mr. L. J. Roberts, lLl Inspector of Schools. Swan- sea, has been promoted lieutenant. Engineer-Lieutenant William J. Inman, who is marripd to a daughter of the late Mr. George. Perkins, Britonferry, has been gazetted to a captain in the Rojul En- gineers. Amon? those who received a Milihtry Cress from the King en Saturda"' w??,?? Sec.-Lieut. David J!1kins, ('lr]t son of Mr. Jenkins, J.P miners' cgent, Cym- mor, Avon Valley. The third Kidwe!ly t?oy to win the Mili- tary Medal is Sergt. Idris Evans, Welsh Ke?impn! Sergt. Evans is the youngest ?,R(,n of the late Mr.and Mr6. W. Evans He will be given a public reception when he. arrives home The name of Miss A. Armstrong, Nurs- i¡¡3 Member, Auxiliary Hospital, Carmar- then, is includtd in a long list brought to the notice of the Secretary of State for War for valuable services rendered in connection with the war. Sergt. R. Cummins. R.F.A., has been awarded the Military Medal for devotion to duty on the field. Prior to enlisting Sergt. Cummins lived with Mr. Peter Nolan, 2. Victoria-terrace, Llansamlet. w hel e he carried oh business as a coal dealer. JJis many frieuds in Swansea iyll be pleased to hear that Captain F. R. Pem- bridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pcmhridga, of 21 Norfolk-street, Swansa, was among those "mentioned" in Sir Douglas Haig's recent dispatches. He was recently promoted captain on the field. Lce.-cpl. Willie Jonee, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Jones, Jolly-ter- race, Garnant, has been awarded the D.C.M. It 6oeins that our hero came across a party of 17 Germans in a sheil crater, and although being then unarmed, jumped into their midst, caught hold of a German bomb, bombed the surprised Fritzes, and made good his escape. The following are included in a long list cf recipients of Military Medals issued on Friday in a special supplement to the "'London Gazette "t—Sergt. C. F. Frocd, Rifle Brigade, Swansea; Lance-Corpl. F. W. Gigg, King's Koyal Rifles Corps, Swan- sea; Gunner W. N. England, Royal Gar- rison Artillery; Pi e. D. W. Williams, Welsh Kegt., Kidwelly. Pte. Jahn Evan Jones, son of Mrs. Jones, Piode Cottage, Llandebic, has been n( l et) i c, lia6 I)cTn awarded the Military Medal for devotion to duty on October 5t.h, when in charge of a trench mortar tiring in a raid against the enemy trenches. Although his gun was put out of action temporarily several timee by enemy 6hell lire, lIe stuck ti his past, endeavouring to work the gun until ordered to withdraw. Mr. John Price, bootmaker, the Cress, Morristou, has received news that his youngest son, Pte. Ivor Price, Wckh Regi- ment. has been awarded the Military M?dal. Pte. Price is 21 years of age, and ?joincd at the outbreak of ?ar. He has been in France for 23 months, and pre- vious to entering the Army lie was em- ployed as a behinder in the Beaufort Tin- plate Works, Morriston. He has three other brothers serving At the Public Hall, Bendy, Pontardu- lais, on Saturday evening, Capt. T. LI. Bo wen, R.G.A., was presented with a gold wristlet watch pn(i ,t wallet, in recogni- tion of ius gaining the M.C. The proces- sion was headed by the Pontardulais Town Silver Band (tonductor, Mr. E. It. Pritchard, MUG. Bac.). the Volunteers in command), and the Ucndy Boy Scout; (Scoutmaser, J. All". Richards). Mr. it. H.Sampcon. J.P., Bryngwih, presided ever a crowded audi- ence. Capt. Bowen is one of the four sol- dier sons cf Mr. Ebcnezer Bowen, M.l' .S. a Mr. D. J. Jones, 11, Ffynone-street, Swansea, has secured a commission in rT M. Forces and has been posted to the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Mr. Jones is an old student of 'he Grammar School, and prior to enlistment served at the head oliice o'f the Ministry of Labour Employ- ment Dept. nt Cardiff. j

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