When this veteran AP correspondent got his ballerina wife out of Russia he made headlines around the world. Here, for the first time, he tells the full and fascinating story and introduces a cast of characters that could have stepped right out of ChekhovBy EDDY GILMORE40 min
When he saw 19-year-old Paul Cachia led away to the cells, this Toronto newspaperman began to wonder if there was one law for the rich and another for the poor. For two frustrating years he probed and prodded until at last the law reversed its verdict. Here is his disturbing storyBy FRED THOMPSON31 min
Ontario's famed Algonquin Park seems made to order for a multi-million-dollar resort. But the province is spending big money to help nature restore the primeval wilderness that Champlain saw three centuries agoBy FRED BODSWORTH22 min
Horace Boivin, the ebullient mayor of Granby, Que., spends $25,000 of his own money every year selling his flourishing city’s virtues to the rest of the world. No one has ever opposed him in an election and he has never taken a cent in payment for his services. Without question, he isBy McKENZIE PORTER19 min
Topsy, Little Eva, Eliza, Simon Legree and Uncle Tom are as familiar to Canadians as the characters of Mother Goose. But nobody knows that the man who was Uncle Tom — Josiah Henson of Dresden, Ont. — was the exact opposite of the cringing underdog that Harriet Beecher Stowe portrayedBy MARGARET K. ZIEMAN18 min
In public, Doug Hepburn is a squat mountain of muscle renowned for his astounding feats with the bar bells. In private, he is a shy fellow who sings tenor, doesn't like girls, plays golf and composes wistful poetryBy CLYDE GILMOUR17 min
THAT eminent statesman, imperialist and cricket enthusiast, the Rt. Hon. R. G. Menzies, the Prime Minister of Australia, has suggested that a royal residence should be built for the Royal Family in his homeland. It would he a home away from home for them and thus the Queen of England would be in residence there, when she chose, as the Queen of Australia.By Beverly Baxter7 min
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