April 15, 1951

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We Found the Last Wild West

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MEET MIKE PEARSON

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We Found the Last Wild West

Beyond the rocky barrier of the snow-topped Itch as in northern B.C. was a blank space on the map — and the Shangri-la legend of a vast unknown cattle land. Two cowboys studied the map and made a decision. Beginning the story of a perilous ride through a dark and wild land which no white man had ever before conquered
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On the gleaming face of the ice floe the two men fought and there was barbaric justice for both in this breeding ground of seals and fears and revenge
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MEET MIKE PEARSON

The man who speaks for Canada at the UN and who may be our next prime minister also shovels his own snow and once played semi-pro baseball. He’s our mosttraveled diplomat blit gets sick on planes and can’t sleep on trains. The home in Ottawa he rarely has time to enjoy is run by the pretty girl who married the teacher
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HOW THE MAYBURYS SAVED THEIR MARRIAGE

As Alice Maybury said, she and Don were an average unhappily married couple." The love affair which began so sweetly had turned sour after six years of marriage. Instead of breaking up, they looked for, and found, some of the answers to their problems. Maybe these are the answers you're looking for, too
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THE SHACKS WE CALL SCHOOLS

We’re so busy boasting about the handful of new schools we’ve built since the war that we forget about the thousands which have no lights, no indoor toilets, no drinking fountains, no maps and no libraries. Experts quote figures to prove that these primitive conditions threaten to make a mockery of modern education
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THE PILL THAT RULES THE WAVES

Mothersill’s Seasick Remedy has sparked more jokes than Bob Hope’s nose, but thousands of travelers all over the world wouldn’t move a yard without it. It was discovered nearly 50 years ago by the son of a Winnipeg archdeacon and all the strides of science since then haven’t reached a better formula
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When A Girl Becomes A Nun

Amid the blast of buzz-bombs in London, Catharine Bedford, a Canadian corporal, struggled, through doubt, and torment to the decision that, she now finds, has won her a life of peace, devotion and hard work in a black habit
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The Earl Who Went Back to the Farm

After he inherited a foot-long string of titles and a high-voltage family curse, the farm-hoy Earl of Egmont suddenly balked. He sold his English castle and went hack to his acres in Alberta, where he’s living happily ever alter
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SUDBURY:MELTING POT FOR MEN AND ORE

In its furnaces every day a mountain of ore becomes a river of vital metals; on its streets a colorful mixture of races and religions surges and blends into a unique Canadian scene. Sudbury’s got a right to thump its hairy chest
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THE TRAFFIC JAM IS HERE TO STAY

A man who’s resigned to driving the rest of his life in low gear says the answer to our traffic problems is not to reroute streetcars, build subways or increase the parking fines. The only solution to the five o’clock rat race is to get used to it
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