DARKNESS had settled in the swamp, but there was still copper-gold daylight over the creek when Jess Landry poled his flatbottomed boat up to the mud bank. He was late. Stepping ashore, he slid the craft to level ground with a swing of his arm and reached for the burlap sack in the bow.By HUGH B. CAVE23 min
IN WHAT are known as “Ontario political circles,” there is a slowly congealing belief that George Alexander Drew, leader of the only Conservative government in Canada, is being groomed as a sort of North American Churchill. Drew’s repeated attacks on Communism, his warnings of the dangers of war and his demands for preparedness at home have a Churchillian flavor.By PIERRE BERTON16 min
IMET Barbara in jail. I was there as an observer with the permission of the Ontario Government. Barbara was there because she was a prostitute. She was one of many whose stories I heard. Barbara, at 22, is completely defeated. She has a bad heart as a result of a syphilitic infection and she is a drug addict.By GWENYTH BARRINGTON16 min
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