WALTER PIDGEON, who made the steep climb from Saint John, N.B., to Hollywood stardom without ever getting out of breath, attributes his success to laziness. He grew up in Saint John, the third in a family of five boys, all of whom played the piano and sang because they liked to.By THELMA LECOCQ12 min
THERE IS this much to say about the Mitchell-Little row—it was well up to advance notices. Time after time this capital seethes with rumor and controversy. It hears of resignations about to happen; of cabinet crises about to occur. Then the tumult and the shouting dies; the hue and cry run off in another direction and in the end it all appears as much ado about nothing.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK9 min
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