Most people have been deeply impressed by the statement made by General Slim about the fighting in Burma,' and the tremendous military problems which still have to be overcome. But that does not supply the need for more information about the campaigns ahead. Coming straight from
BE HELD AT BLACKETYSIDE FARM (BY COURTESY OF A. F. CADZOW, Esq.) ON SATURDAY, 7TH JULY, 1945, COMMENCING 2 P.M. Junin, - - - D. PEEBLES, DUNDEE. ADMISSION 2/-. N.B.—All Coast Buses and Largo Buses stop at Silverburn, which is stop for Blacketyside Farm.
Happy days, and it is to be hoped sunny days, will be here for the school children, whose summer holiday began on Friday last. All schools in the Leven, Methil, Buckhaven, and Wemyss area closed for seven weeks in case of Primary Schools, and six weeks for Post Primary. Followin
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