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UNITED NATIONS DAY

... UNITED NATIONS DAY A suggestion for a United .Nations Day was made in a letter from the Home Office. On June 14, the United States of America honours her flag, and President Roosevelt has asked that country to honour all the flags of the United Nations ...

FOOTBALL

... two grand shots at goal but McKeown was there to prevent the United from sconng.j Then came halftime and Bo’nCsS Of Bonnyrigg was a fair result. Straight away from the start, Bo’nCss, resettled anti Buckley was spun like top effort to lump for the , ball ...

CORRESPONDENCE

... arranging combined social events during the . past twelve months ha' encouraged better understanding l>etw-ecn all units to the la-.ting benefit of Civil Defence as a whole. After the application .for the use of the Town Hall had been considered, the committee ...

THE BO NE?? JOURNAL;

... Bo’ness 0.C., the A..T.C., under Fl/Lt. Dea, and Civil Defence services Home Guard, Major Robson, The newly-formed Cadet Corps brought up the rear. The smart appearance and bearing of the Services units was freely remarked upon by a large coure ...

ROUND ABOUT

... 30 in number, paraded to the Old Kirk, under C/Lieut. Fred. Whyte. The unit’s chaplain, the Rev. J. F. Bayne* conducted the service and his addresd suitable to the occasion. The unit paraded smartly and it. was noticed that a number of the Cadets were wearing ...

THE BO’NESS JOURNAL

... in general. Fie is a staunch upholder of the principles the United Free Church and the time of union with the Church of Scot! in 1929, his congregation upheld his desire to remain in the United Free Church. Ills untiring advocacy and sincere belief were ...

tttfc feO NESS JOUftNAL

... make up the roundabouts” Week Witness - Scotland’s Week Witness will be marked in Bo’ness by a united service Bo’ness Kirk the afternoon of Sunday. A united meeting was held in St Andrew’s Church Hall last night. Sunday’s service will be addressed by Rev ...

tHE EO neSs JOURNAL

... life ought to know better. Civil Injuries Mr W. W. Anderson, 39 North Bridge Street Bathgate, and fiv? other members of the Lothians War Pensions Commi.tee have been appointed by the Minister of Pensions members of the Civil Injuries Advisory Committee ...

BO’NESSt BRIDE IN EDINBURGH WEDDING

... powder-blue with hat and accessories match. , il Gifts from ttbeir civil service colleagues werQ among the many which the) bride and -gioom received. Mr Bathie, himself ij|iie gon of a civil servant, is an inspector in ;jhe telephone engineering departmfent ...

PRIZE LIST

... finer and a safer way, and recover from the confusions and bitterness of this hour. CHURCH PARADE Civil Defanos Services At CarrtcTen The wardens and other civil defence workers operating in the Grangeptans and Camden areas paraded to Camden Church on Sunday ...

COMMITTEE

... Parties Commandant), represented the Bo’ness Civil Defence at the South-East Scotland Division Rally the Usher Hall on Friday. An address was given by Wing-Commander E. J, ell C. 8., on the -subject' Civil Defence Raiding and Invasion. There was also ...

THE BP’NBW JOURNAL

... renewed taitlt the sustaining power of the Holy Spiiit, and strength to face with courage the ordeals ahead them. CIVIL defence darts league The Civil Defence Darts League, which lias been a source of interest throughout the winter, held the finals on Saturday ...