THE old man has just retired, the kid is just beginning to put it all together, but they understand each other. Not as close friends — they’re too busy making commercials and personal appearances and otherwise tending their money for that.By BOBBY ORR, GORDIE HOWE14 min
Mrs. Erika Maeots, 53, is moving around her Ozzie-and-Harriet kitchen inside a small but bright bungalow not far from downtown Calgary. On the formica and chrome kitchen table is a luncheon of ham slices and cottage cheese with dill, appetizingly spread across the everyday china.By MERLE SHAIN10 min
In my various capacities as mother, teacher and Girl Guide Captain, I am sick of the word “fun.” If something is not fun you don’t do it — even though you have never done it before and cannot possibly have any idea whether it is fun or not! Woe betide the adult who has the temerity to make a child do something which turns out not to be fun.
He sits there blue-eyed, all smiles and forgiveness, his cherry-cheerful face grooved by lines of mellowing pugnacity and it’s not easy to think of E. P. Taylor as a symbol of anything except the pleasures of graceful aging. But only a decade ago Eddie Taylor stood out in the struggle between the haves and have-nots in this country as the ultimate personification of riches gained and power wielded.By Peter C. Newman7 min
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