IT WAS a sweltering hot Tuesday in the middle of July in the Westchester County Court, White Plains, N.Y., when Judge Elbert T. Gallagher sentenced Gerard Graham (“Raffles”) Dennis to serve 18 years to life in Sing Sing Prison. Dennis reddened, closed his eyes tightly for a moment, brushed aside his tears, walked quietly to his cell.By SIDNEY KATZ21 min
Step right up! Showing on the inside! See the secrets of Gay Paree! See the daredevils riding the Wall of Death! See the monsters of the Pit! And meet colorful Jean Nanson who runs the whole showBy MCKENZIE PORTER14 min
I'M NOT WORKING at my trade as I write this having just returned from a job in Israel where 30 Canadian and American pilots formed Mercenaries Inc. while we were fighting for the Jews against the Arabs. (The Local 88 is just a gag; we’re the only chapter.)
SINCE January of this year a few Canadian doctors have been experimenting with a new aid in the treatment of alcoholism. It is tetraethylthiuramdisulphide, a drug better known under the trade name of Antabuse. Through no fault of the doctors or the makers of Antabuse it has been given wide, premature and often wildly misleading publicity.By PETER DAVIDSON11 min
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