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“BOOBS" TO LEAD WOMEN

“BOOBS" TO LEAD WOMEN

■yvrOMEN’S war services do not ’' seem to want people who have any knowledge of leadership. but choose the boobs every time. Miss Barclay, of Aberdeen, said this at a meeting at St. Andrews, Scotland. of the governors of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON MED ON AO USUAL

LONDON MED ON AO USUAL

Continued from Page One a railway station in Kent were hit and a road temporarily blocked. | There was a small number of i casualties but only one person was i killed. In yesterday’s daylight attacks the raiders lost eight machines. Later the Air Ministry revealed that the Germa
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
QUIET CORNER In Between the Sirens In between the sirens—Get all the rest you can. Don’t let Goering's gangsters put

QUIET CORNER In Between the Sirens In between the sirens—Get all the rest you can. Don’t let Goering's gangsters put

paid to every plan. ... In between the warnings—get out into the air. Forget about your troubles, your worries and your care. In between the sirens—the workers carry on—going back duty, when once the All clear's gone. ... In between the fireworks they, toil by tuqht and day —To
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Railway Cut

Railway Cut

Attacks on enemy shipping in the occupied Channel ports were pressed home by our bomber squadrons on Saturday night At Calais bombs burst between the basin and the entrance to the harbour. Fires were started at Boulogne, and bombs fell on the Loubet basin. Direct hits were made
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
18, HE BEAT 2 FIRE BOMBS

18, HE BEAT 2 FIRE BOMBS

Single-handed, an eighteen-year-old solicitor’s clerk, Basil Bull, put out two fires started by incendiary bombs in an East London district and saved a factory and a shop. Standing in the doorway of his home Basil saw a bomb drop in front the shop, and another pierced the roof o
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RESPONSIBILITY

RESPONSIBILITY

“CASHIER,’’ of Leytonstone, E.ll, writes:— There has recently been a lot controversy as to whether a customer should pay for a meal that has been left owing to air raid warning. May I give the point of view of the cashier and waiters in restaurant where this has happened ? We ar
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREAT HEALING OFFER

GREAT HEALING OFFER

arron to V »ey will refuruleJ in fi o Contaln[n^Ge meMedicat; Printed and Published THE DAILY MIRROU NEWSPAPERS. LTD., at Geraldine House, Rolls Bldgs,, Fetler-laue. London. EGA. —Monday. September 9, 1940 Tel Holborn 43111 You can prove the amazing healing power of Germoiene wi
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I CLi u.hi SiRE fIBB

I CLi u.hi SiRE fIBB

09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXPERTS are busy working on Mr. Churchill’s "brighter black-out” suggestion. But the plan must have the approval of the R.A.F,

EXPERTS are busy working on Mr. Churchill’s "brighter black-out” suggestion. But the plan must have the approval of the R.A.F,

before it is carried out. The system of remote lighting control—which the Government formerly Keep That Torch Down urgent warning about us* of tor«-hes (luring black-out hour* Issued the Minister Home Security. Torches may be used only If dimmed two thicknesses paper or the equi
09 September 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SWIFT LAW TO CRUSH I.R.A.

SWIFT LAW TO CRUSH I.R.A.

Arnva j arents of BX OIIR POLITIC CORRKSPONDENT T HE Cabinet have now definite proof that a foreign Power is financing the terrorists of the 1.R.A., and they will this week take new steps to crush the bomb squads. Emergency legislation is to be rushed through Parliament within t
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England