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FUTURE OF THE HOME GUARD

... neighbourhood of the homes of its members. No one is going to be made to Join a Home Guard Unit any distance from his own home, though of course where any unit would operate during invasion would depend on the course of the battle. Seasonable Conditions ...

“Excellent Example”

... Centre, of course, serves its own local authority. For Civil Defence “Whatever special tiuties-are undertaken by members sve should always recollect that the W.V.S; is primarily an organisation for .Civil. Defence and should bji.-'bvery means in our power ...

Bew they Lay

... There have, however, been important developments in the role of special sections of the Home Qlisrd, units on anti-aircraft duties and, to a less extent, units on Coast They look sn-wh.t? recollect *>?! then 'twM “kind targe part to be played by the Home Ciuard ...

CONCERT and TEA

... Later on, and who knows bow soon, it will surge to the shores of Italy, carrying on its flood the now mighty armies of the United Nations. Mussolini’s days are numbered and Hitler begins to express the fear that was already in his mind. Three week* ago ...

Civic Reception Given in Town Hall

... Civic Reception Given in Town Hall United Service in High Church A civic reception was given to the Right Rev. Dr C. W. G. Taylor, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. in the Council Chamber, Town House, on Saturday afternoon. ...

AT THE TALKIES

... AT THE TALKIES PLAYHOUSE Teeeday-Wedaeeday A girl who could capture an arsenal, seize government trains, repeatedly rout United States troops, and still look beautiful and find time for love, is worthy of screen interest. Such a girl was “Belle Starr ...

PARATROOPS

... types, professions and temperaments. So are the R_AJ, instructors. At one school many of the instructors were teachers in civil life. Others were circus performers, equestrians, acrobats, ballet dancers, variety artists, professional footballers, or wrestlers ...

By Scribbler”

... measure mean enough to avoid responsibilities it 0 co-operatioh which is so necessary in -was to tbaaa to take some action. His civil Defence. Many mistakes will naturpoint was that there should be a sharing made,but the lessons learned from of responsibility ...

LONDON LETTEtI

... execute it successfully. Plans have to be discussed early enough to shape the course of production both at home and in the United States, and to balance the training and composition of the armies the Allies are building. BOMBING TACTICS It is interesting ...

WILLING TO HELP Dear Sir,

... industry. Even a seemingly minor question such as dinners for workers can have an important effect ion the entire effort of the United Nations. PETER CRAIGMYLE’S ' concert party is coming here, as you will have seen by the anouncements. You may remember this ...

By “Sribblar.”

... Staff at ' Fraserburgh, who have just concluded a ' most intensive session of training in their respective duties as units of the Civil Defence organisation. Giving up much of their own time, they have, during the past two months, participated in a series ...

BSUCO »T THE BOARD Of TRADE

... By “Scribble*” URGENCY is a word which to the ordinary man the street conveys an idea that thre is need for hurry. To the Civil Service, however, it has a completely opposite meaning, it one is to judge by the Town Council discussion on the matter of ...