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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

THE FIFE FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1942

... shots to 9. Shipyard Amatedrs.—The club sustained an unexpected reverse on Saturday in their Lothian League fixture versus Civil Service Strollers. Played on the Strollers ground Edinburgh, a good game in which the ’Yard was unlucky to lose, resulted in ...

SMALL BURGHS HOUSING POWERS

... reference had been made a statement by the County Clerk at a meeting the Planning Committee of Fife County Council that the present unit for housing was too ■mall, that the subject should be considered from regional point of view with larger authorities responsible ...

METHIL

... Club and several local ladies have offered to give assistance. Local Fire Brigade Leads.— Fife units of the National Fire Service were well represented the Civil Defence parade at Dundee. Buckhaven and Methil had over fifty personnel taking part and the ...

COALTOWN OF WEMYBB

... indeed live to its name judging by the regular attendance and enthusiasm members. Although most of them are elderly, there are unite sprinkling of youthful members who are always willing help the musical side of the programmes. Mr Worling deserves thanks for ...

RODINE

... Mrs Blackman; hostess, Mrs Docherty. Gents.—l Mr J. Forrester, 2 Mrs Campbell (as £ent.); consolation, Mrs Bcgg (as gent.); Civil Defence Services, Miss J. Thomson, W.V.S. A dance followed to music provided bv the Mayfair Dance Orchestra, the duties of ...

KINCHORN

... KINCHORN. The Kinghorn Civil Defence wrre given a lecture by Sgt.-Major Armstrong in the Town Hall on Wednesday night. A.U P. exercises were- carried out Monday night with members of the various units acting as umpires. Major Julian was also present. ...

J IRKCALDY OLD CHURC

... Service will be attended by the Town Council and Officials; the National Fire Service; Representatives from the Sections of the Civil Defence Services; the Police and Special Constabulary: the Air Training Corps and the Girls’ Training Corps Open Invitation ...

War Is Going

... offensive but a preliminary actual invasion. Last week-end. Sir Staffotd Cripps again emphasised that the War Cabinet ,s united with the people in its determination to wage .offensive warfare against the Germans at the earliest possible moment. reminded ...

BUCKHAVEN

... Russia Week ”. sponsored by the Buckhaven and Methil Anglo- Soviet Unity Committee culminated on Saturday with a parade of the Civil Defence Services along with the A.T.C. and W’omen’s Junior Ah Corps. There was a fancy dress section and horse-drawn vehicles ...

LOCHCELLY

... club. A holiday attraction football match was played in the John Dixon Park Tuesday evening- when Baith Athletic defeated Civil Defence Select. The sum of £5 was realised ior the prisoners of war fund. W.R.l.—Mrs Lindsay presided at the meeting of Rothes ...

LESLIE WINNERS

... Their target was £25.000. second parade was held on Saturday, on modified scale. Civil Defence Services were represented and a special attraction was Polish Mechanised Unit and a contingent of Land Array Girls. The parade was led by Lochgelly Public Pipe ...

KINCHORN

... with their exemption papers, grading them, as it was already late, “Grade 4.” To prove the co-operation of the various Civil Defence units, two Special Constables came in and helped to finish th e remaining eatable. Music was by Miss Helen Nisbet and her ...