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Saturday, August 21, 1943

Saturday, August 21, 1943

August 21, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE LOATHSOME KREISKOMMANDANT HAS JUST' INSTRUCTED ME - ENGAGE MORE RELIABLE EMPLOYEES. MY PRESENT - STAFF 15 FULL OF MISCHIEF

THE LOATHSOME KREISKOMMANDANT HAS JUST' INSTRUCTED ME - ENGAGE MORE RELIABLE EMPLOYEES. MY PRESENT - STAFF 15 FULL OF MISCHIEF

AND THE KOMMANDANT DOESN'T LIKE CAYENNE MIXED WITH Hl5 BROWN 51.1 GAR •• • BUT TELL ME ABOUT ROVINE A ^~~i ~c A 084 IT TAKES' TIME AIN T THAT AND PETROL TO THERE'S TN' REDSKIN CL/MB , OW MINAKI COUNTRY? 90y! P7161-IT AHEAD! /ON THE CONTRARY, MADAME I THINK 50. SHE 15 IN HIDING J
August 21, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOR THE FEET

FOR THE FEET

SHOPPING, cooking, cleaning —all in a day's work—but oh, how trying for tired aching feet. But yOu'll find freedom from foot troubles in this easy Zam-Buk treatment. First bathe the feet in warm water and dry thoroughly. Then massage Zam-Buk Ointment for a few minutes into the a
August 21, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MENU RAMP

MENU RAMP

THE Ministry of Food is, I hear, beginning a new inquiry into the distribution and sale of rabbits and poultry in which there is considerable evidence that one of the biggest black markets has grown up. Lord Woolton has given a personal promise to consider again the question of
May 5, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Quiet Corner By Patience Strong Music in the Park Close your eyes and try to think of sunshine, sea and

Quiet Corner By Patience Strong Music in the Park Close your eyes and try to think of sunshine, sea and

sand—when you're sitting in the park and listening to the band. . . . Though you cannot spend these precious hours beside the sea—Let your mind go back along the track of m emory Holidays ! . . . Those jolly days: the laughter and the fun. Merry picnics—boating, bathing, lazing
August 3, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOME GUARDS BACK WOMEN'S PLEA FOR MORE H.G. WORK

HOME GUARDS BACK WOMEN'S PLEA FOR MORE H.G. WORK

MEN of the Home Guard and women of the Women's Home Defence are meeting in London this afternoon to " force the Government to realise the anomalous position of the Women's Home Defence." At least 3QO women will be there, representing 30,000 members of units all over the country.
May 1, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
threat

threat

already on strike must return by 10 a.m. tomorrow. There are reports that Roosevelt is considering calling Lewis to the White House to make a last-minute appeal to him. Troops were reported ready for action. Miners, jeering at suggestions that the military would soon take over t
May 1, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
14ELi 3 liDoPEtie SAVE ME OH, Mg .

14ELi 3 liDoPEtie SAVE ME OH, Mg .

May 1, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
get busy?

get busy?

frosts by breaking a few big leaves over them. - EN many districts, gardeners are being troubled by PEA and BEAN WEEVILS, which eat small semi-circular notches in the first leaves of peas and broad beans. In the Little permanent harm is done if the plants are growing rapidly, bu
May 1, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Quiet Corner By Patience Strong The Broken Bough A strong wind caught the apple tree and snapped the sweetly budding

Quiet Corner By Patience Strong The Broken Bough A strong wind caught the apple tree and snapped the sweetly budding

spray. In the glory of the orchard — there, a broken thing, it lay. . . . Like a young life flung away before the rosy buds of Spring—had opened to the morning sun and had their perfect blossoming. Yet the young whom Death has claimed before their Spring has passed away—will nev
May 1, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England