(1) Sorry but I can't help Normand re his Pizza request but I am pretty impressed with his technique of taking photos of houses and matching them with the family names. He certainly has a leg up on us stiffs who live out of town.
(2) Att'n Linda Alexander Bill Hinks family lived on Miller, Bill's uncle Jim Hinks (son Jim) and aunt Sadie I think lived on Campbell.
(3) To Ellen McCourt, one of the Vaughan brothers was named Frank. Marilyn Vaughan was a classmate of mine and I remember her eccentricity of signing off the last page of her school notebooks this way--"The End Tee Hee"
(4) I don't remember a lot about Bill O'Brien. I know that he drove a big truck which always had 45 gal drums on it, that he was a big barrel-chested man and that he was a special police constable for a while. One time us Third Street Gang boys were raising a little hell in the neighbourhood and someone must have called the cop shop.
Bill was on duty that night and came to investigate. We saw his police vehicle ( a little Black Anglia ) at the last minute and didn't have time to escape into the bushes.
Bill decided to give us a scare and so loaded 5 of us into the Anglia, and drove us to the fire station at the corner of Churchill and Springfield which also doubled as the police station.
He reamed us out pretty good and as he sent us on our way warning us that the next incident would be reported to our parents he said "help yourself to an apple" from a basket that he had on a table.