March 15, 1954

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The Waiting Wives of Spandau

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Champlain: THE MAN WHO CAME TO STAY

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Can McCarthy Happen Here ?

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The Waiting Wives of Spandau

What's it like to be the wife of a war criminal? This first-hand report takes you into the homes and hearts of the women-once the elite of Hitler's Germany-whose fight for their husbands' freedom has reached kings, presidents and even the Archbishop of Canterbury
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Champlain: THE MAN WHO CAME TO STAY

Part One of THE WHITE AND THE GOLD
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Can McCarthy Happen Here ?

The answer is “yes.” This searching study of the U. S. investigating committees and their Canadian equivalents — including the prelude to the Ottawa spy case of 1945 — reveals that Canadians have no cast-iron guarantees against judgment without fair trial
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the pulse of French Canada

In the heyday of razzle-dazzle newspapers Montreal’s La Presse became the biggest paper in Canada with stunts like inciting a mutiny and sneaking into death cells. Now it blushes at its past and concentrates on its solid reputation as
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They’re the happiest couple in Show Business

London and New York acclaimed the devoted Lunds before Canada realized that these Toronto dancers—who refused to let polio or parenthood stop them — were about the best ballroom team since the fabulous Astaires
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A COAL TOWN FIGHTS FOR ITS LIFE

Bloody strikes and stark depression failed to conquer the proud miners of Glace Bay, N.S., but now they’re facing new trials because of cheaper coal from the U.S. and the onslaught of oil, gas and hydro power
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EDMONTON’S LOG CABIN RITZ

WHEN BOB KASHOWER, a dark, tense wiry man of forty-five, was piloting plane in various parts of the globe and living out of suitcases, he developed a hatred for hotels and hotelkeepers. First as a Ferry Command pilot taking planes from Montreal to Britain, the as a cargo pilot flying over the Himalayas for Chiang Kai-shek’s armies, and next as an Oshaw aircraft owner, he had to check in and out of hotel from Toronto to Chungking.
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Brian Boru was a racing: pigeon;

Larry Dunne was his master — at least, that’s the way it began. This new tale of old Dublin shows that a man should never g:ive all of his heart to anything:
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London Letter

What Can Save The Theatre? IT MAY NOT BE so recorded in history but at the present time there is a civil war raging in Britain. Fortunately it is not a war of slaughter and violent death but there are heavy casualties just the same.
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BACKSTAGE at Ottawa

BACKSTAGE at Ottawa

Will Dulles’ Policy Wreck Nato?
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