October 15, 1951

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THERE’LL ALWAYS BE A MASSEY

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YOU LAUGHED AT MY FATHER

Fiction

FOOTLIGHTS ROUND MY HEART

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THERE’LL ALWAYS BE A MASSEY

NO CANADIAN FAMILY, past or present, has had a more profound impact upon the nation than the great House of Massey, whose monuments are graven out of enduring clay. They are as solid, these monuments, as the early Masseys themselves, who were Methodist pioneers with hard lines about the mouth and a hard glitter about the eyes; they are as varied as the younger Masseys whose activities now run the gamut from soap company president to disk jockey.
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YOU LAUGHED AT MY FATHER

In the dusty Australian bush town Poor Tom’s ragged son was a figure of fun and mockery. But a day came when he tasted the bitter sweetness of a boy’s revenge
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FOOTLIGHTS ROUND MY HEART

The beautiful actress from Montreal was a big success on the London stage. But she played her biggest and best role after the final curtain
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HOW TO RAISE TEN KIDS IN SIX ROOMS

Frank and Helen Teskey don’t think there’s anything remarkable about having ten children under fifteen in the city and they’d welcome more. Their secret is a smooth mixture of love and discipline. Chores go as fast as a quart of ice cream when sister helps with the baby and the boys grab dish towels
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I GUARDED WINSTON CHURCHILL

THE TELEGRAM arrived on August 22,1939. It was terse, like all his urgent commands: MEET ME CROYDON AERODROME 4.30 P.M. WEDNESDAY—CHURCHILL. It was a strange order for a grocer. For I was no longer Detective-Inspector Thompson of Scotland Yard.
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SHERBROOKE Where Two Live as Happily as One

Sherbrookers blow a hearty bilingual raspberry to those who say that French and English can’t share a city in harmony. Their bonne entente is reflected in rich industrial growth and in such little things as a Catholic church giving the Protestant church down the street a new carpet
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The West Coast’s Worst Disaster

Only a brown-and-whlte setter survived the tragedy of the Princess Sophia, so no one knows what happened in those last terrible hours when the CPR steamer slipped off Vanderbilt Reef and took three hundred and forty-three people to death in icy Alaskan waters
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THE BATTLE TO BEAT LEUKEMIA

When it strikes children they always die. Our doctors don’t know of the blood” or how to cure it, but they killers before and we can do it again”
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THE HOTTEST SQUARE MILE IN THE WORLD

Geologists, miners and construction men are already swarming over a chunk of Saskatchewan’s rock-and-water wilderness, bringing in the first of the big new uranium mines which could give Canada world leadership and fantastic wealth in the coming atomic age
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ONE-MAN POWERHOUSE

Anyone in Whitefish Falls who has twins gets a year’s free lighting from John Deagle’s hydro station. In his tempestuous eighty-three years he has survived shocks both electric and economic, and he’s still fighting his own war of independence against the big outfits
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