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CIVIL DEFENCE DAY

... CIVIL DEFENCE DAY. The attendance at the Civil Defence Day service held in the Town Church last Sunday afternoon conveyed a good idea of the large number of citizens, representative of all sections of the community, who are giving their time and energy ...

Published: Saturday 21 November 1942
Newspaper: St. Andrews Citizen
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 836 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

KIRKCALDY CIVIL DEFENCE DARTS

... KIRKCALDY CIVIL DEFENCE DARTS LEAGUE. Results for week ending 28th Nov.:-? Dysart N F.S. Post 21. 4. No. 3, 6, Trades School, 6: Post 22, 7. Clair 6; Nairn’s Office, 5. Ga 11atown. 3: Nairn's “A,” 8. P. W. L. Pts 9 12 9 6 12 6 12 9 6 3 12 9 5 4 10 10 ...

Britain and United States It is Exhilarating Screened 2.55 Matinee 2.30

... Britain and United States It is Exhilarating Screened 2.55 Matinee 2.30 6.40 8.55 Evening 6.15 trative of this vast country. Tea was served, and the meeting closed with family worship. GRADUATE’S DEATH. A graduate St Andrews, Dr Grace C. Leitch, died ...

Published: Saturday 14 March 1942
Newspaper: St. Andrews Citizen
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2770 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Bth (FIFE) BATTALION HOME GUARD COAST DEFENCE ARTILLERY SUB-UNIT. MORE men are reauired for this very important ..

... DEFENCE ARTILLERY SUB-UNIT. MORE men are reauired for this very important oranch of the Home Guard. Ex-members of No. 5 Company of the Forth R.G.A., or any other Artillery Unit, and men not at present engaged in any military or civil defence organisation ...

CRACK IN WALLACE MONUMENT

... process of achieving the double objective of marshalline every unit of man power in the military and industrial Services and maintaining the strength of the Services responsible for Civil Defence. As the manpower situation becomes more stringent, and ...

TANKS FOR ATTACK CAMPAIGN

... savings. DO NOT RELAX Call to Civil Defence Workers INSPECTION OF KIRKCALDY UNITS A call to civil defence workers never to relax for one minute was made .Sunday afternoon Wing Commander P. J. Hodsoll. Inspector General of Civil Defence Forces, when, at the ...

NVASION COMMITTEE SCHEME

... not only with blitzing, but with invasion conditions. They had got areas in each of which there was a complete unit of organisation. Each unit could stand on its own legs if it were isolated. . ~ “Our argument with the Regional Commis sioner,’* sai'd Mr ...

WAR IS GOING L. STRONG

... which units of the United States Navy sunk damaged at Pearl Harbour had been raised made seaworthy again. Equally striking were the facts given about production in the United States, it is- in the ever increasing combined naval strength of the United Nations ...

GENERAL NOTICES

... to Wolverhampton. CADETS IN CIVIL DEFENCE. The Ministry of Home Security has stated that members of the Army Cadet Force, Junior Training Corps, and the A.T.C. over 16 may volunteer for part-time messenger duty with Civil Defence, National Fire, and Police ...

Published: Saturday 18 April 1942
Newspaper: St. Andrews Citizen
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 4198 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

INVITATION TO CRIPPS AND BENES

... INVITATION TO CRIPPS AND BENES Scheme Proposed to Help War Effort The supply of uniform and clothing to various units the Civil Defence Service was the subject of questions 'Treasurer Adamson at a meeting of Kirkcaldy Town Council on Monday evening. The ...

FINAL B.Sc. (Eng.) EXAMINATION

... or four years in the United College : James Leuchars Crighton, Morgan Academy, Dundee. The following has .been elected to a Ramsay Residential Scholarship of the annual value of £lOO, tenable for three or four years in the United College : Alistair Douglas ...

Published: Saturday 27 June 1942
Newspaper: St. Andrews Citizen
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2032 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

METHIL

... Wannan. School House, was chairman, and thanked Mr Pratt for his interesting lecture. United Monthly Service.— The united monthly service wa? held Sunday evening in the United Free Church, when tha Rev. J. S. Philips, M.A., late of South Africa, con dieted ...