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There are 3 Sleep Groups WHICH DO YOU BELO) the brain and nerves are kept active at night by the

There are 3 Sleep Groups WHICH DO YOU BELO) the brain and nerves are kept active at night by the

body's excess acid waste products, which accumulate in the blood. Scientists, experimenting with , • • I A . 1 , /. , r 4 Target practicera la Han! DO SOME WHY hge others stand THE STRAIN- w Pi PIECES S t 0 UNDER it.? PEOPLE TO f . the c Sleep Group c ause to your Scientists,u s
June 5, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CALM DOWN

CALM DOWN

NAVAL FAN," of Kilburn-lane, W.lO, writes : What I want to know is this. service in the submarine branch of the Navy voluntary in war-time, or not ? A straight answer would do a good deal towards cooling a few hot heads. ANSWER: A straight answer it is then. Since the outbreak o
June 5, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"I took 4 Tablets

"I took 4 Tablets

June 5, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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I T is the custom to hold up for ridicule the old-fashioned parlour, with its wax flowers, horsehair furniture and flowered carpet. This room was never used except for funerals and when the girls or boys of the family had beaux. Many parents who desire their daughters to marry' h
June 5, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WEEK'S 8AG,12 ENEMY PLANES

WEEK'S 8AG,12 ENEMY PLANES

A SERGEANT who brought down twelve enemy aircraft in one week' figures in yesterday's Air Ministry honours list. Here are the awards: D.S.o.—Acting Flight Lieutenant William Francis Blackadder; shot down three enemy aircraft and led his patrols with judgment and excellent offens
June 5, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STAR'S EARLY SHIFT TO CUP FINAL

STAR'S EARLY SHIFT TO CUP FINAL

West Ham will occupy the home team dressing room at Wembley for Saturday's Cup Final at Wembley. Tradition has it that this is the lucky room. Perhaps Blackburn Rovers are regretting that they didn't send a representative to spin the coin with manager Paynter for choice of rooms
June 5, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIRL OF 15 TIED UP GRANDMA

GIRL OF 15 TIED UP GRANDMA

ASPECIAL constable saw a girl of fifteen loitering in shop doorways at Woolwich, London, S.E., and asked her name. She refused to tell him but said, " Take me to my granny. She needs me. I left her tied up." This story was told at Southwark (London, S.E.) Juvenile Court yesterda
November 14, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GERMANS ADMIT FRENCH DISCORD

GERMANS ADMIT FRENCH DISCORD

The Wilhelmstrasse has admitted for the first time that all France is not behind the latest moves of the Petain Administration. An official statement says : "It has not been overlooked in Berlin that the Franco-German reconciliation and the commencement of collaboration started
November 14, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MARGESSON MUST GO: M.P.

MARGESSON MUST GO: M.P.

CAPTAIN Vyvyan Adams, Conservative M.P. for West Leeds, explained more fully yesterday why he attacked Captain David Margesson, Chief Conservative Whip. in the House of Commons. In the House Captain Adams declared that Captain Margesson had on many occasions succeeded in muzzlin
November 14, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 14, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England