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Roy Thomson, the son of a barber, built up a newspaper empire in Canada, the United States, Africa and Asia estimated worth $180 million.
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"...- quent stroke. His body was to be flown to Canada later Wednesday or Thursday for burial in To- ronto. Roy Thomson, the son of a barber, built up a newspaper empire in Canada, the United States, Africa ... last spring on be- half of Ronald Reagan by his former Florida campaign manager. Newspaper Magnate Dies at 82 LONDON Lord Thomson, the Canadian-bora newspaper magnate, died in a hospital Wednesday at age ... 82. Thomson, chairman of the Thoiason Organisation which owns the Times and the Sun- day Times, was admitted to the hospital a month ago for treatment of a chest infection following a cold and a subse ... he said later.- Thomson's son Kenneth worked as his closest aide. He is also survived bygone daughter from his wife who ..."
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"...a newspaper empire in three countries, died in a Lon- don hospital today at the age of 82. He will be buried in Toronto. A genial, roly-poly man blinking through thick glasses, Roy Thomson, the barber's son ... , continued to ac- cumulate newspapers at an age when most other men were contented with retire- ment. See obituary on page 5. At his death he was publish- er of more than 200 dailies in a dozen countries ... (Independent- Fort Rouge) and it is "whis- tling in the wind you might as well forget it." Parked can at Glen Haven, Colorado, lie buried by mud and gravel washed down the Big Thompson Canyon during a weekend ... flash flood. Crewi began clean-up operations Tuesday after the sun broke..."
".... Moreoever, a few exceptions make the rule Lord Thomson of Fleet The saga of Lord Thomson of Fleet, born Roy Thomson, who died in London on Wednesday at the age of 82, was not one of rags to riches ... agree that In his death Canada and the newspape world have lost one of thei: most colorful and controver sial figures. DnM 3ut what these countries lold most in common is that they are ruled by small min ... , the daysprtng 'from on high hath visited us, to give light to them that sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace. Luke 1: 78-79. No time for analysis fTIHE accord which
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