THERE always was a gang and there always was trouble. As far back as Lippy or Beef or any of the other boys can remember there was always a gang of teen-age boys hanging around one of the corners in the neighborhood of College Street and Dovercourt Road in Toronto’s West End—and there was always a policeman telling them to move along.By PIERRE BERTON, C. G. GIFFORD16 min
THE WORRIED-LOOKING man shook hands with the doctor briefly, sat down, got up again, wiped his face with his handkerchief, lighted a cigarette and broke into nervous speech. “Frankly, doctor, I think it’s my wife who ought to be consulting you, not me.By DOROTHY SANGSTER15 min
AFEW nights ago the aircraft carrier Illustrious lay uneasily in Portland Harbor. A heavy gale was tormenting the waves into a swirling frenzy. As the storm reached its climax one of the boats carrying 50 ratings to the ship overturned almost at the moment it seemed to have completed its journey.By BEVERLEY BAXTER11 min
ADAME Charles La Tour has long been a history-book heroine and shining example of unsullied womanhood to the school children of the Maritimes. Did she not defend Fort La Tour on the Bay of Fundy for three bitter days in 1645, during the absence of her husband, the governor, from the onslaught of his bitter rival Sieur D’Aulnay de Charnisay?
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