Page 88 - Charlie MacDonald, Taxicab Driver
ISSUE : Issue 52
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1989/8/1
through." He got out. He said, "Come on." He got out. He said, "How much room do you need?" I said, "I need two feet." He said, "You bend his feet two feet. And I'll judge you going by." And here the miners--must have been two dozen of them then. Of course, they slackened off when they saw his buttons. And he was hollering out, "The mail must go through! The mail must go through!" You could hear him--you know, calm in the morning--you could hear him half a mile away. Anyhow, I got the car by him. We went back, put his legs back in the same marks. Came on to the airport. Held up the airplane a half hour! Charlie laughs. Lord bless us alive! END OF PART ONE Louise IVIacKinnon and Charlie MacDonald Charlie MacDonald Continues in Issue 53 ?? 40 YEARS OF SERVICE TO CAPE BRETON ~ 'J' ??ije S'' INTAKE HOME STUDIES PROTECTION FOSTER HOMES ADOPTION problem identification; referral support services; crisis intervention a!! ages, in permanent homes CHILDREN IN CARE I Suite 7, Provincial Building, 360 Prince Street, Sydney, Nova Scotia BIP 5L1 (562-5506) I SINGLE MOTHERS counselling; support j'he community ' s responsibility is to protect our childrenI counselling; support 9 "A UNITED WAY SERVICE AGENCY" THE St. Anil's Bay Players present .' '' Down North A PLAY based on stories from Cape Breton's MAGAZINE by Ronald Caplan and Ruth Schneider Directed by Bev Brett 1989 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE Centre Bras d'Or Baddeck AUGUST 5,6,7 Strait Area Education and Recreation Centre Port Hawkesbury SEPTEMBER 29 Cunard Street Theatre Halifax OCTOBER 5,6,7,8 DeCoste Theatre Pictou County OCTOBER 20,21 PHOTO BY CAROL KENNEDY
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