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`Miracle boy ' But for Freddie the operation was one in a million. For he has a rare complaint —he

`Miracle boy ' But for Freddie the operation was one in a million. For he has a rare complaint —he

is a haemophiliac. which means that the slightest scratch might cause his death from uncontrollable bleeding. Instead of taking ten minutes the operation lasted two and a quarter hours. But the operation was successful . and last night Freddie's mother. who lives in Ihnington. G
June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BELINDA

BELINDA

GARTH AW!-I WANT THE DOC SAID SEA- 7 OH, VERY WELL-A QUICK ... GEE!-MY OWN LI'L COSH:-CAN'T HE TO BATHE WATER WAS THE BEST ONE WHILE I UNPACK!- BEDROOM OVERLOOKIN I EVEN BATHE . MATER ! THING FOR HIS NERVES, ASK POISON TO WARM MRS 1 7 ! THE SEA! - THIS JOB'S YOUR BATH-ROBE FOR S
June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

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June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Old Fare Stages Again

Old Fare Stages Again

Concession fares (for sports teams, theatricals. and so on) will be raised by less than 2s. in the £ but discount on bulk travel fares will end In London where fares went up on March 2. there will be a - number of reductions to bring down "special rate" fares—although not to the
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
..say Bulmer's for cider .

..say Bulmer's for cider .

H. P. Buttner & Co. Ltd., Hereford 1 Bulmer's •Is refreshing and sustaining . • Is excellent value • . • Sparkles with , : • goodness 21 lbs. of apples to every flagon
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Th STALIN'S FANS ARE ORDERED TO, THE CINEMA, BECAUSE-

Th STALIN'S FANS ARE ORDERED TO, THE CINEMA, BECAUSE-

Th STALIN'S FANS ARE ORDERED TO , THE CINEMA, BECAUSE- WES"! Berlin is celebrating an international him festival until tomorrow weer; and the public can compare British pictures with those of other nations. including Egypt and Japan. But over the road in the Communist sector the
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE TO

THE TO

BIRD-DAY - LUCKY Ascot, Gold Cup day, e 'rd crowds ana the Niest frocks yet ... it I- all there yesterday, the sun. e was the Queen's turn II ~Wear grey, the sort of s. v ery grey sometimes ' on the undersides of ves when they rustle breeze. g der up-and-down, e la 'dY-b ri m m
June 20, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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age 4 SCIENCE TAKES A DIM VIEW ooß lighting in offices is impairing the eyesight of thousands of clerks, typists and computingmachine operators, says a report by Government scientists, published today. At least one in five of these workers has no direct daylight falling on the d
June 20, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Awe a PUP

Awe a PUP

a PUP egg flip Crowds, queues, parcels, prices, overfilled buses. And now a meal to cook ! Half a mo'—don't flop. Give yourself a glass of Seagers Egg Flip. Wine—eggssugar. That'll put new life and drive into you. Keep a bottle around to fend off the flops, and treat favoured gue
June 20, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KEEP YOUR HAI LOVELY by regularly us

KEEP YOUR HAI LOVELY by regularly us

June 20, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England