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SAFE FROM SINGAPORE

... entry 'n!o he war, supplies from the United 8 have admittedly fallen into arrears, but President Roosevelt, realising the urgency the situation, has now given specific instructions to the heads of Departments in the United States to see that nothing hampers ...

MISSING AT SINGAPORE

... demonstrations of the various aspects offlreflghting. and had opportunities talking with the officers and men the various units, and discussing with them the conditions under which they lived and worked. Mr Westwood described the organisation, which had ...

BRITISH FLYING SCHOOLS

... BRITISH FLYING SCHOOLS in u.s. Although R.A.F. cadete are no longer being received in United Stages Army Air Corps schools owing to the expansion of the Corps the flying training schools built the R.A.F. in America are carrying with undiminished vigour ...

KIRKCALDY AND DISTRICT SECONDARY

... 8. .. 4 3 1 0 17 9 6 Kirkcaldy 0.8.C. 4 2 1 1 14 11 5 Aircraft S.C, 5 0 2 3 11 18 Dunnikier United 4 1 3 0 8 13 2 Prinlaws United 4 0 1 5 22 1 KIRKCALDY CIVIL DEFENCE DARTS LEAGUE (3rd and 4th WARDS). Results lor week ending 26th Sept:—? Nairn's Office ...

WIN THE WAR IN SHORTEST TIME

... the man responsible for getting it there was Albert W. president of Congoleum-Nairn, and who, as retiring president of the United States Senior Chamber of Commerce, bears a name known to business men all over this country. Following the performance Mr ...

MARRIED COUPLES MAY FIREWATCH

... difficult to see with any degree of certainty the etfect which recent developments in India may have upon the war effort of the United Nations. We cannot afford, however, to be complacent about this matter or to assume yet awhile that the effect will be negligible ...

Ask for DOANS, 1/5,3/5,5/«(^)

... is now officially reported to be a prisoner of war. He was in charge of the recording unit of Edward Ward, the well-known war correspondent and broadcaster. This unit was captured in the Cyrenaica operations. Crawford, who is 24 years of age, is a son ...

RED CROSS AND NOME GUARD

... supplementary equipment posts, and assisting transport with Red Cross ambulances, through the civil authorities. Coufnty branches of the Red Cross and local Home Guard units have already met to discuss the necessary arrangements. A special plan is organised in ...

AUCHTfcRMUCHTY TOWN COUNCIL

... tbe Aucntermucbty Council (or yean. After diacuaaion the matter it waa left to Newburfb Town Council to engage Mr Proudfoot. civil engineer, ae euggeeted In their letter, to inspect and report on the gauge. bean of Guild Keddie, Property Convener eaid that ...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

... NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—lt is increasingly evident that the principal issue this war is spiritual one. Civil liberty and religious freedom are endangered as they have never been before. We are fighting—and dying—for the very highest ...

“CONSTANT IN THE FAITH.’’

... the week. Provost Craik appealed for united effort during the week to attain the Markineh Dis trict Warship Week target £60.000. On the opening day Saturday there will be parade IT.M. Forces, Home Guard, A.T.C.. Civil Defence Services, Special Constables ...

FORMER KIRKCALDY NURSE IN YORK BLITZ Archbishop Was Her Messenger During the blitz on York, a very harassed ..

... Kirkcaldy. Mrs Clouston has been doing voluntary work with the York Mobile No. 1 First Aid Unit deputy sister in charge and deputy driver, through the Civil Nursing Reserve. On the morning of the Luftwaffe raid York she was asked to take charge of one ...