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ONE PENNY

ONE PENNY

<1 at the G.P.O. as a Newspaper. NEW U)« WING the eve of her marriage to a flying officer, tinan -haired Lrsula Gillespie, film and stage actress, told the “Daily Mirror” last night that she had cancelled her wedding. She has fallen love with another man. The engagement of Miss
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOOMPS FOR LADY ASTOR

BOOMPS FOR LADY ASTOR

VN eighteen - year - old Ajax rating, Leslie Bradley, ol Louth, Lines, danced the “Boompsa-Daisy with Lady Astor at a celebration ball Plymouth Guildhall last night. He did not know who his partner was until the dance was over, and then her request he told her the story of the b
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Pag-e 2 CIGARETTE SAVED HIM -NOW HE MUST tTKR killing his former A fiancee, who had told V * him want to have a small fling before I marry,” a young man decided to com- mit suicide Then, as he sat in the car in which the girl died, he thought he would have a last cigarette. Whil
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FREE PARCELS FOR PRISONERS

FREE PARCELS FOR PRISONERS

relative of a British prisoner ' of war or civilian Interned Germany can send—free of chargea parcel not exceeding lllb. to the prisoner once every three months as from Monday. Such parcels must not contain articles food except bar chocolate, it was announced last night. They wi
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREAT REDUCTION

GREAT REDUCTION

Clearance of Pre-War Stocks at Amazing Bargain Prices LIMITED NUMBER ONLY Here’s a sliaiaiiac row most act Otber models at these greatly reduced prices Include Step In. 10/-. was 30/-; Wrapround. 12,0. was 30/-; Hookside. was 35/- Back Lacing, 13/6 was 35/-; Corselette. 17/6, wa
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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BUILDING SOCIETY RATES

BUILDING SOCIETY RATES

The Building Societies Association last night issued a statement referring to rumours that building societies generally are arranging to increase the rate of interest charged to existing borrowers. It may be true that here and there a society has power to call in a mortgage as a
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DROP PARACHUTES WITH MEDICAL AID

DROP PARACHUTES WITH MEDICAL AID

An R AP. bomber circled Army camp in south-west See yesterday and dropped medica. plies attached to parachutes Large packages containing day supply of food for the men were also dropped. The unit is completely cut f road and rail owing to the weather conditions, and the » suppli
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Saturday, February 3. 1940

Saturday, February 3. 1940

February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The biggest little meal in Britain 2 d nmmi nas to rely voluntary labour for the knittine It should at

The biggest little meal in Britain 2 d nmmi nas to rely voluntary labour for the knittine It should at

least supply the wool to those who cannot afford to buy Page THE DAILY MIRROR FINDS LOVER WAS CONVICT- MAN who had eleven MAI convictions against him came out of gaol, he ■■■ hoped for the last time, and —met a girl. They fell in love, and the former prisoner, Horace Winston Guy
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Yesterday, at the opening of an A.R.P. lighting exhibition the Building Centre, New Bond-street, London, Sir John Anderson was presented

Yesterday, at the opening of an A.R.P. lighting exhibition the Building Centre, New Bond-street, London, Sir John Anderson was presented

with this walking-stick the Hon. Mrs. Sebastian Earl. And it’s a very special kind of walking-stick, because it's designed to throw light into the darkness the black-out—being fitted with a flashlight and, as Mrs. Earl said, "what was more remarkable . . . there were some spare
February 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England