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THE STRANGE STORY BEHIND the BIBLE

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Christmas in 1619 Canada 1954

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The House That Henry Birks Built

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THE STRANGE STORY BEHIND the BIBLE

For four thousand years men have toiled, suffered and died writing, changing, translating and printing the many books of the Bible. It's read in 1,077 languages. Millions are given away. One is worth a million dollars. i-i~ 1 my scholars who believe its message say its story isn't true
Christmas in 1619 Canada 1954 1011
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Christmas in 1619 Canada 1954

Herewith a sampling of the ghosts of Christmas past — a letter home, a bill of fare, a page from a diary, a war report, a shopping list, a merchant’s ad, a parlor game, even a singing commercial — mirroring the folkways of Canadians and Christmases over the past three centuries
The House That Henry Birks Built 2021
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The House That Henry Birks Built

Behind those familiar blue boxes under the Christmas tree lies a romantic and often strange story of a king’s ransom in diamonds, bogus rubies, a lost burial urn —and even a diplomatic scandal
What the Holy Land is like this Christmas 1415
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What the Holy Land is like this Christmas

Along a barbed-wire frontier Christian sects quarrel over custody of Holy Places, curio merchants besiege tbe pilgrim; and the only peace is found at an apocryphal garden tomb
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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT Choosing a Wine

We assume that you buy wine for pleasure — people of good taste have been doing that for some thousands of years. If you have tried a variety of wines, both imported and Canadian, and have discovered exactly the wines that suit your taste best, read no further.
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THIS TO THE CHILDREN ON CHRISTMAS EVE

THE RUSTLER AND THE REINDEER

A special Christmas story telling how little Paddy McDooley got Santa out of a terrible fix
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Who's the King of the Woods?

Writing about The Biggest Boob in the Bush (Oct. 15) Don Delaplante refers to . . . “the enigmatic moose, shaggy king of Canada’s big-game animals.” Since when is the boobish moose the king of Canada’s fauna? He’s not even the shaggiest. This honor belongs to our bison—others may claim it belongs to our musk ox.
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London Letter

left in France in 1914. What a finelooking family he represents. Was it not his uncle, Lord Alfred Douglas, whose beauty of features led to his own downfall? Attention, please! Pray silence for the Mayor of Chelsea. Hear! Hear! There is a veiled plaque beside the door of No. 34, put there by order of the London County Council.
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Backstage in Israel

having compulsory education for the first time. They are taught in Arabic, of course; much of the curriculum can be the same for both school systems, but such subjects as history present a special problem. It’s solved by teaching Arabs the history of Palestine, and through that the history of the region and the world.
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SELECTS THE Movies for Christmas

SELECTS THE Movies for Christmas

RUDOLPH, the Red Nosed Reindeer, will be guiding Santa Claus around the Canadian movie theatres again this Christmas and, unless the feature film on the program is one of those labeled “Poor” at the bottom of this column, the perennial Rudolph short will probably be best for the kids during the holiday season.
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