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September 1942
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Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian

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 ...

PRISONER OF WAR FUND

... TO-MORROW’S INSPECTION Civil Defence Servicej on Parade Civil Defence Services in Kirkcaldy are to be inspected to-morrow afternoon in the Beveridge Park. The inspection will made Tsing Commander P. J. Hodsell, Inspector- General for Civil Defence Services ...

TO U.S.A. Bowling Champion.— New champion the bowline green is J. Birrell, who defeated Bailie Meldrum a well ..

... British sailors but under United Stales command, and drawing food and other supplies from United Stales depots. Similarly R.A.F. Coastal Command planes and pilots fly over American waters in company with U.S. planes. Within the United Kingdom and Northern ...

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 ...