March 15, 1950

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THE MIND READER AND THE MURDERER

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THE Golden Pheasant

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WHY OUR LAWS CAN’T NAIL DRUNK DRIVERS

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THE MIND READER AND THE MURDERER

Maxmilian Langsner told the Edmonton police he was a human radio when the thought waves flowed. And when he tuned in on Vernon Booher the farmer’s son was hanged for four murders
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THE Golden Pheasant

Affairs of the heart aren’t usually associated with young professors. Henry had no intention of stealing another man’s girl—or a million dollar mine. Not at first that is—

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WHY OUR LAWS CAN’T NAIL DRUNK DRIVERS

He is a greater killer than polio, yet our archaic laws let him get away with murder. Scientific tests could check highway horror
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JOHN LOVES CANADA

John Fisher loves Whisky Creek, B.C., Ecum Secum, N.S., and all points between with an oratorical fervor that keeps him a CBC ace
HOW TO BORROW MONEY 2021
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HOW TO BORROW MONEY

Need $5 till Friday? Or enough to buy your wife and baby back from the hospital? Almost everyone has to float a loan sometime — and it pays to know how in advance
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I AM THE LUCKIEST GUY ALIVE

SINCE the night of May 30, 1942, when I bailed out of a flaming aircraft over Cologne, I have flown only once. That was two days after the war ended in Europe. I had just survived a head-on train collision and I wasn’t travel-minded. But I was heading back to England after three years in a prison camp.
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ANYBODY WANT A MOUNTAIN MOVED?

Richard Chadwick dams raging rivers, throws skyscrapers into the heavens, salvages wrecks. But no, madam, his Foundation Co. doesn’t make corsets
Lester Patrick’s 50 Years on Ice 2021
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Lester Patrick’s 50 Years on Ice

Today’s bad coaching blights hundreds of young hockey careers before they get started, the famous coach believes. He gives his recipe for stardom
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Churchill’s Stage-Struck Daughter

Green-eyed Sarah Churchill finds that being her famous father's daughter is both a help and a handicap in her checkered career behind the footlights
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