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Page 8 STAY-AT-HOME shoppers missed some of the biggest bargains since pre-war days at the opening of the London sales

Page 8 STAY-AT-HOME shoppers missed some of the biggest bargains since pre-war days at the opening of the London sales

yesterday. Money trickled thinly, for those who did come were cautious. They examined handbags at half price, turned over nylon nighties reduced from 81s. 11d. to 495. 11d., and tried on 10 guinea floral dressing-gowns slashed down to 635. THE DAILY MIRROR JANE . . . Bob Martin'
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Her fate hangs on

Her fate hangs on

ACYNICAL French philosopher when we are not too starchy about who once said the people we hate should make the first move after a mismost are those to whom we have done understanding. It is better to be genan injury. erous, even at the risk of a snub, than continue needless host
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Now that summer is here, look for the danger signs given below
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
condition!

condition!

1111:14:.fE5PLI;OMMYVTL39.°NUOSWS'E. 'ALI MANNEQUIN JOB DELIGHTED, JANET- I SHALL I SHALL DESIGN YOUR THAT I S VERY NICE 1'"* :- AH I .-THAT REMINDS ME! BE PROUD TO TAKE YOU UP BRIDAL GOWN ,-IN FACT, YOU, ERIC I .- l- ER-CAN I'LL. THROW IN THE THINGUMMIES IF YOU'LL THE AISLE ON
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Grant us today the serenity to accept the things we cannot change; the courage to change those we can; and

Grant us today the serenity to accept the things we cannot change; the courage to change those we can; and

the wisdom to know the difference. - Li • ri
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 10 Ex-serviceman? Under THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME NOW IN THE Australian Regular Army TODAY the Australian Army offers

Page 10 Ex-serviceman? Under THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME NOW IN THE Australian Regular Army TODAY the Australian Army offers

a first-class career to British ex-Servicemen, Territorials and National Servicemen who have completed their full-time training. Australia is a land of great opportunity. Have you thought of going out there and making a new life? If ,so, the Australian Army, with its great tradi
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUT OF THE

OUT OF THE

IN HURT' Printed and Published by the DAILY MIRROR NEWS PAPERS. Ltd:, at Geraldine House. Rolls Bldgs., Fetti A I KNOWS ME RIGHTS, 0 HEY, ALBERT.' WHICH 01-1, USE ' I DO, AND ANYONE OF US SIDE AM ITO CLOUT IT AS GETS 'URT ON THIS a THEN THIS SIDE WHERE LOAF ° RIGHT OF WAY 'AS YO
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN LOWDOWN . . on the White House Stakes

AMERICAN LOWDOWN . . on the White House Stakes

July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRIITIS FOOD F

BRIITIS FOOD F

PLE TRY • TASTE E SAM! • TRY SEE OLYMPIA, JULY Come to the Food Fair, the exhibitik appeals to everyone. Every kind o 1 displayed everyday foods and foods, banquets and snacks, pieni, and party fare. There's a special camping feature—Eating out of Doors. Tit-bits to taste, sampl
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUCK RYAN

BUCK RYAN

WHO LET T N SORRY, MISS RAVEN, r SO IT'S 'MISS RAVEN' y ALL RIGHT,I r I DON'T KNOW YOU I ONCE HAD A DEATH KNELL! BEFORE SHE DIED, 1 YOU HE BULL-DOZED PAST NOW, TWILIGHT—EH? RUSTY. I'LL AND IF IT'S MONEY SISTER KNOWN AS BUT HOW DID YOU HETTY TOLD ME EVERYBODY ----is TAKE CARE YOU
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England