There are no people in this remarkable story only birds. Here is the haunting tale of an Eskimo curlew, his breed faced with extinction, roaming the flyways of the world in search of an impossible loveBy FRED BODSWORTH63 min
As the last short summer waned, this schoolma'am turned - housewife had to say good-by to Dawson City - that strange "other world" where fashions and song hits were years late, where the front porch was the refrigerator and where she had spent twenty-five exciting yearsBy LAURA BEATRICE BEATON27 min
Some say Adam Dollard sought death to redeem a blot on his past; some say he and his reckless sixteen challenged the mighty Irocjnois to save ALontrea Behind the flaming palisades of their makeshift fort their last shots wrote an epic chapter in the history of New FraneeBy Thomas B. Costai22 min
McCarthyism is only a bizarre highlight of the opposition that Eisenhower faces within his own party. A famous Canadian political writer now poses a crucial question-Will the President continue to sacrifice his personal beliefs in trying to cement the splits among the Republicans?By BRUCE HUTCHISON22 min
Will it come to this? Here’s a new story from a Nobel Prize winner recording a war of the future that will chill you to the bone. It’s probably the strangest story you’ve ever readBy PAR LAGERKVIST19 min
That touchy creature out in your garage is the hungriest and most sensitive member of your family. Now that the good driving weather is here, you may save enough to buy shoes for your other children by studying these down-to-earth tips from an expert onBy SIDNEY MARGOLIUS16 min
Mow’d you like to be paid for doing absolutely nothing? Forty-six McGill students were — but they couldn’t take it. After twelve hours they began to see the weird apparitions pictured here, rhese scientific experiments open new doors to the study of a puzzling twentieth - century ailmentBy FRANK CROFT16 min
IT WAS four years ago at the Berkshire Golf Club near Ascot that three of us were looking for someone to make a foursome. At an adjoining table Douglas Bader was lunching. His dark hair, alert humorous eyes and immense vitality always marked him out from other men.By Beverley Baxter13 min
Job insurance and the baby bonus are the only income of the McGloins since the textile mill shut down in Marysville, N.B. While the 43-year-old husband sets out courageously to learn a new trade his wife plans to feed six on twelve dollars a weekBy DAVID MACDONALD13 min
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