Cheers from grandstand thousands had been high glamour for her and the football star she loved. Till the day of the big game it had been a little like being a princess in her own rightBy MONA WILLIAMS20 min
Sarah would have been a bigger circus attraction than Gargantua and Jumbo riding a tandem bike. But little Joey, who owned the winged kitten, wouldn't sell her for $50 — no sir, not even for $100,000By HAROLD HELFER16 min
His critics say Rabbi Abraham Feinberg is always mixed up in politics — minority rights, civil liberties, things like that. But he and his many supporters call it fighting for God’s Kingdom on EarthBy DOROTHY SANGSTER15 min
I couldn’t comb my hair, sit up, or hold a book. But while I was helpless I looked into a mirror and learned some very important things. Now that I’m well again I want to tell the whole storyBy GEORGIA BAILEY14 min
TWELVE years ago our thoughts were dominated day and night by Hitler’s Germany. Was this Chaplinesque figure who had risen to supreme dictatorial power a mountain or a mountebank? Did he mean war or would he just stop short of it? Would he choose peace for his place in history or would he, like the emperors before him, try to build his monument on the corpses of the young?By BEVERLEY BAXTER9 min
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