Our most famous — and least-known — writer breaks a lifetime’s silence to recall her childhood... books she loved ... her first story... the secret drama of Jalna, and celebrities she has knownBy MAZO DE LA ROCHE36 min
There are only six great hockey players playing today, says this all-time great. In the Thirties there were dozens. Charlie Conacher tells why he quit the NHL andBy Charlie Conacher with Trent Frayne16 min
We rather expect that some of our hardened professional photographers may be picketing our offices with “UNFAIR” signs with the publication of this issue, because some of the most interesting pictures within are taken by amateurs. The very fine color photographs of the Arctic on pages 26 to 31 are by a priest and the revealing black-and-white pictures from inside China (pages 18 and 19) are by our own Blair Fraser.
He sends an airliner aloft, then loses the crew; he locks a child in a burglar-proof vault with hours to live. TV audiences can’t resist it—he’s the hottest playwright in the businessBy JANICE TYRWHITT14 min
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