May 1, 1953

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The Boy Who Listened To Rockefeller

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SHAKESPEARE GETS A NEW HOME TOWN

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The Boy Who Listened To Rockefeller

Cyrus Eaton, a theological student from Pugwash, N.S., went to dinner with the richest man in the world fifty years ago. There he relearned the Parable of the Talents and forsook the pulpit for the earthy heaven of the multimillionaire
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THE FAMILY IN THE PALACE: THE FIRST TASTE OF QUEENSHIP

As Heiress Presumptive, her father critically ill at home, Elizabeth came to Canada to undergo her test of fire. And, after five wearing weeks of being stared at constantly, she left a noticeably happier and much more secure young woman than when she arrived
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SHAKESPEARE GETS A NEW HOME TOWN

With one bold stroke that has left our big cities gasping, Stratford, Ont., famous mainly for producing Howie Morenz, will this summer claim its birthright with a Shakespearean festival starring Alec Guinness on the banks of the Avon
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The Most Promising Key To Cancer

THE DAY before this article was written a white mouse named B-4 died of cancer in a Montreal hospital laboratory. What makes the small tragedy news is the fact that this mouse lived eighty-seven days after it contracted the disease and that an identical mouse, A-4, which developed cancer at the same time, survived just twenty-seven days.
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THE GIRL ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE

Stepping from the quiet of a convent to the blare of the big top Antoinette Concello learned how to fly without wings and became the greatest of them all
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The Duck They Drool About

Gourmets, and people who just like to eat, are clamoring for Brome Lake duck, a mouth-watering “native” dish that came to Quebec via China and Long Island, N.Y.
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MALENKOV: The Machine-Man whom nobody knows

PARIS A FEW WEEKS ago, in a drab fog-chilled apartment in a London suburb, I talked with a man who knew Malenkov. Although not much past fifty, he looked like an old man, as all exiles are old before their years. He was weatherbeaten and spiritless and downright afraid — even in London— so afraid he would not permit me to name the middle European country of which he had been a distinguished diplomat of ambassadorial rank only six years ago.
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THE CRISIS IN EDUCATION
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THE LASH IS THE ONLY ANSWER
TAKE CARE OF UNCLE HARRY 2021
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TAKE CARE OF UNCLE HARRY

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