Kate Aitken's young life experiences in Beeton were of the utmost importance in molding her into Canada's beloved "Mrs. A". Dubbed by her CFRB co-host Gordon Sinclair as the busiest woman in the world, she was a feminine dynamo who shared each of her experiences with her audience who loved her for what she was.
When Mrs. A retired from her regular radio broadcasts in June of 1957, Lloyd Lockhart wrote in the Toronto Star Weekly magazine "Kate Aitken, after twenty-four years of fabulous activity, is more than a personality, she's an institution. She got to the top by doling out words of hope and encouragement to all, and give her credit-the party line that she is now dissolving stretches from coast to coast and reaches at least one and a half million listeners on a daily basis. There has never been anything like it as witnessed by her fan mail of 350,000 letters a year."
About the Author
Ron Pegg holds a B.A. degree in history and English and an M.A. degree in educational planning. He and his wife of forty-nine years, Cathy, have three married children and twelve grandchildren.
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|Size: ||20.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Word Alive Press|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781486605019 (DRM-PDF)|
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