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June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
t the ler enity to accept the things courage to change those to know the difference . a / hankfulness

t the ler enity to accept the things courage to change those to know the difference . a / hankfulness

Portnall-road, Paddington: °n hymns and their origins: ac in a book a story told 1 1, ; .Spurgeon. It relates to his congregation had just When I Survey The Wondrous wa.s in the pulpit. Gazing tr'egation, he said, "Brethren, ed singing Isaac Watts's great realms of Nature mine.
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 U! RUCK RYAN ivies' loun, Hem . — - OW F;th A dense shoal of herring representing hundreds of

1 U! RUCK RYAN ivies' loun, Hem . — - OW F;th A dense shoal of herring representing hundreds of

tons of Fish, admirably positioned close to a smooth sea bottom ...SO THAT HERRING ... AS A RULE FISHERMEN RELY ON SIGNS I HAD FOR BREAKFAST THAT SHOALS ARE A80UT..." WAS CAUGHT BY AN - GULLS AND GANNETS CIRCLING ECHO SOUNDER? AND DIVING- DIFFERENT PATCHES - - le" OF COLOUR ON T
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mr. Money says `l'm fabulous'

Mr. Money says `l'm fabulous'

By NORMAN MARTLEW ABE SAPERSTEIN left his broken-d own home in Whitechapel forty-odd year he was too young to talk. He left because his folks were flat broke. Last night Abe popped back into London. He was in a broken-down looking suit and shirt. But speaking more than 300 words
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
don, last night. I He was rushed to hospital by I lance, but an hour later was return to his

don, last night. I He was rushed to hospital by I lance, but an hour later was return to his

home at BidOw- I rs ago when (Kent). There, late last night, h e ~ a crumpled reported to be " much better . 5, who knows. believed he had a heart attactr. p„ REDS LIFT IRON CURlr 4l° ,. Continued jumping a ditch fromri . and 2ft. deep,! Page One without difficulty eL mans at Le
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1001'11 BOY, 5, FALLS FROM TRAIN

1001'11 BOY, 5, FALLS FROM TRAIN

1 00 1 ' 11 BOY, 5, FALLS FROM TRAIN HARRY MARKIIAM, 5, was in hospital last night seriously injured after falling from a train travelling at fifty miles an hour. Barry, of Beaumont-road, Luton (Beds), was with his family in the guard's van of a train because the rest of the trai
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAYMENTS MENACING SPECTRE TsiN

PAYMENTS MENACING SPECTRE TsiN

PAYMENTS MENACING SPECTRE apparent social or personal security that H.Y. offers quickly becomes a mirage then The report says that the H.P. habit has spread to all classes and all age groups, and for many people it is now an accepted part of life. And the most usual method of pay
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SENSATIONAL HOLIDAY OFFER ! This Blouse White Bust SENT F', purchase U K LLA YA RO HE LY iis charming

SENSATIONAL HOLIDAY OFFER ! This Blouse White Bust SENT F', purchase U K LLA YA RO HE LY iis charming

Rayon suss (as illus.) in lute, Ice Blue or Ivory. ast 32. 34. 341. 38. 41. FREE with every se of this 1 LLY AR ED rtIRT kRDS OUND - -,_ ,v EM / t Postlfsleg. 117 C.O.D. 116 ex • 1007, ill adore this gay, swirling full SATISFACTION its nipped-ia waist. Styled OR MONEY Lted creas
June 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England