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in after he had inspected the block of tickets and we had explained that someone had torn the stubs off the centre pair "as a joke"-we did not tell him that the joke was on the Germans.
After the theatre we went on to the Gargoyle Club for dinner. There we were shown to one of the side tables which had a banquette faced by two chairs. I suggested that the two girls should take the more comfortable banquette, but Jill turned to George and said, "Considering Bill and Pam are engaged, they are the least affectionate couple I know. They don't even want to sit together at his farewell party before he goes abroad." At this the couple at the next table looked round and pricked up their ears.
I"explained" to Jill that even if Pam and I were engaged we had only known one another for a few days (obvious disapproval of war weddings registered at the next table), and then added, as an afterthought, that it would be different when Pam and I knew one another better, for my boss had said (in the letter that she had seen(l)) that, although I was quiet and shy at first, I really did know my stuff. At this the couple at the next table registered even stronger disapproval and got up and danced.
I might interpolate another result of this joking identification of Bill Martin with me. Pam followed it up by giving me a larger copy of the photograph that was on its way to Spain in Bill Martin's wallet, and signed it "Till death do us part. Your loving Pam"-a safe inscription, as "I" was already "dead." At that time I was staying with my mother, and to

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