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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 ...

ABERDOUR

... Balls and all who had CIVIL * DEFENCE DANCE.—The Kinghorn Civil Defence dance, their first venture, proved quite a success when held in the Regal last Friday. Nearly 200 tickets were sold, and representatives from Civil Defence units in the area were present ...

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 ...

“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 ...

AOV/CC ON PI ANr/NO OUT

... is the objective of Burntisland Warship Week, when the opening will be marked uy an impressive parade of military, naval, civil defence service throughout the town. Admiral Gautlie, G.0.C., Kosyth, is to take tlie salute and perform the opening ceremony ...