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ME —MOVHsI' PEBBLE JUST .CHILDS PL/*/. MISS WATT Is a lady who hankers after adventure. For example, during the Spanish

ME —MOVHsI' PEBBLE JUST .CHILDS PL/*/. MISS WATT Is a lady who hankers after adventure. For example, during the Spanish

Civil War, she made a trip to Spain. I was eager to see how the nurses were doing things there.” she said. In 1938-39 she went on a visit hospitals In Iraq—where she had served with the R A P. —to Gibraltar and Palestine, chatting with nurses and patients always seeking somethin
July 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIG LEAP IN REVENUE

BIG LEAP IN REVENUE

Britain has started the financial year welL Treasury returns for the first quarter issued last night show a net increase in total ordinary revenue of £130,988,538 over the same period last year£319.157.988 against £188.169.450 Income tax payers provided £79,597.000 compared with
July 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEW EXEMPTIONS IN CLOTHING

NEW EXEMPTIONS IN CLOTHING

And here’s a break for women. Chintz, crash, cretonne, and union furnishing fabrics, some of which may be sUltaßle for making into garments, are exempted—so long .AS they weigh not less than 7oz per square yard. The. retailer may supply them without demanding coupons, but coupon
July 1, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Oliver Lyttelton, former President of the Board ot Trade, becomes Minister of State and a member of the War Cabinet.

Oliver Lyttelton, former President of the Board ot Trade, becomes Minister of State and a member of the War Cabinet.

goes to the Middle East * concert on behalf of the War Cabinet measures necessary for the promotion of the war in that theatre other than military.’'* He will thus be Middle East ' viceroy.” relieving General Auchlnleck of extra work. These sensational changes were announced fro
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
2 Bodies in Garden

2 Bodies in Garden

lowing complaints from neighbours, and tne body the baby was found wrapped in a pillow slip lying beside her mother 2ft. beneath the earth. and Mrs. Watson were one of the best young couples 1 have ever met.” neighbour told the Daily Mirror. were sorry when we heard that Mrs Wat
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Let down

Let down

i lound that hardly one person out of ten can relax without instruction and prac- tice Yet real relaxation is wonderfully potent medicine. It helps do away with that screwed-up feeling, those splitting headaches and woollyheadedness that are all the result the tension of our pre
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CALL IT A DAY

CALL IT A DAY

day I heard the story of a who had lost her sight in par“ incident that happened in this was thought that one eye could until terribly painful headaches drove all hope away. Then the w oman’s little daughter—a mere toddler of ’five or six—came to the hosptlal and said: ’Never mi
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Have you got SUGAR SENSE?

Have you got SUGAR SENSE?

have got into the way using . enough sugar almost to cover the flavour of a dish or a drink. We haven’t really been sweetening our dishes; we have been cooking fruit pies and jams in such a way that all of them tasted just sweet. Science hasn’t invented this for the purpose of h
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PERSONAE

PERSONAE

ANN.—Let us have address ran come and see you Dad cannot work prostrate with Uriel. Love. Mother D.M.B.
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily rT] Mirr(>r I—l '

Daily rT] Mirr(>r I—l '

Isi A.T.S. WELFARE OFHCER welfare officer to be -• appointed by the War Office to the A.T.S. Is Lady Belper. of Kingston Hall, Derby. Her appointment was revealed last night when it was announced that Lady Helper and eleven other women had given up posts the A.T.S. Lady Helper w
July 2, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England