May 15, 1953

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Elizabeth's Sixteen-Hour Working Day

Under the painted frowns of her ancestors, amid the atmosphere of dedicated duty that tradition demands, young Elizabeth II puts in an exhausting day on the strange job of being Queen. Here's what she did one drizzling day in November last year
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I SURVIVED!

They gave me a pack that weighed a ton ... Told me how to eat grasshoppers, bulrushes and rabbits... Turned me loose in the wilderness in two feet of snow ... and
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the Mermaid on his Stomach

Paul Potter wouldn’t get out of bed and if he did he was heading for Alaska, because how could he explain to Diana about
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The Spectre of Senator McCarthy

Using his fearsome weapons of accusation and mob persuasion Joe McCarthy can make even the U. S. Congress tremble. Can President Eisenhower permanently check this Wisconsin lawyer whom many think is damaging the cause of the Western world?
I Married a Corporation 89

I Married a Corporation

If your wife says-she’d like a career, pause and consider the sad case of this husband. Soon after his spouse went back dancing he found himself doing the housework and answering to "Mr. Elizabeth Leese”
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The Cursed Stones of Louisbourg

Across the desolate ruins of what was North America’s gayest and most important city blow the healing breezes of Cape Breton — but they cannot blow away the memories of death and lost causes that still lurk among the rusted cannon
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CURE to four millions

No remote religious figurehead, His Eminence Paul-Emile Cardinal Léger is a hustling forty-eight-year-old whose nightly broadcasts drowned Quebec’s most popular soap opera, who can conduct services in Japanese and who is expected to play a significant role in a province just latching on to the new industrial revolution
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THE CAR OF THE FUTURE

IF MOTORISTS can persuade automobile manufacturers to iron out three big wrinkles in present-day car design, tomorrow’s transportation can be cheap and dependable enough for most Canadians to be able to own a car. But right now we continually hear three general complaints about today’s automobiles.
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THE BIGGEST BROTHER ACT IN PICTURES

With a deadpan nonchalance Lou and Nat Turofsky have turned their cameras on politicians like Winston Churchill, pitchers like Carl Hubbell, highsociety weddings and winners at the Woodbine
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THE TOUGH GUY OF THE OPERA

George Burnstein, of Montreal, a towering two-hundred-pound dumbbell enthusiast, is also George London, the matinee idol of the Met who leavens his repertoire with items like Home on the Range
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