How much does a doctor earn? Is the GP dying out? Is the profession a closed shop? How widespread is fee splitting? Are unnecessary operations often done? Why is it hard to get a doctor in an emergency?
Lars the lumberjack, bulging with muscles and money... Alex, the middling-size seaman... One of them was going to get Miss O'Mara and her cherry pies. But which one? That wasBy EDNA DEU PREE NELSON24 min
As socialite hostess at the Metropolitan Opera, as first lady of the Opposition and as a devoted wife and mother, Fiorenza Drew has had plenty of use for her great talent for getting along with people — especially other womenBy JUNE CALLWOOD15 min
I DO NOT know whether your ears burned, but recently in the House of Commons we talked about you for five hours without a stop. In strict accuracy I must confess that it was not merely of Canada of which we talked—although Canada took up a good deal of time—but of Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand as well.By Beverley Baxter8 min
AS PARLIAMENT plods through the Estimates it’s hearing the usual fulminations from the Opposition about “government extravagance.” This year they have a rather hollow ring. The current session has proved conclusively that no political party really wants to save the taxpayer’s money.By BLAIR FRASER8 min
Quite simple really. Bob mistook a cow for a partridge while he ate his luncheon popsicle. Goes to show, though, that city fellows better stay on the porch with the Sunday papersBy ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN6 min
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