March 3, 1956

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Southern Ontario

THE UNKNOWN COUNTRY VII
How Stratford went to Broadway 89
Articles

How Stratford went to Broadway

The swirling violence of Tamburlaine had ended. The lights went up and a glittering audience stood and cheered. This is how Canada’s Stratford Festival Company gambled and worked for that moment
Is Jean Beliveau the best ever? 2223
Articles

Is Jean Beliveau the best ever?

“Is there a way to stop him?” they asked Hap Day. “Sure,” he quipped, “but it isn’t legal.” Even bitter rivals agree the golden boy of the Canadiens is hockey’s most gifted player
The enchanted isle of sudden death 1819
Articles

The enchanted isle of sudden death

Will the Greek-led campaign of terror force the British out of their last Middle East bastion? A famed Canadian correspondent talks with the rival leaders—and the assassins themselves—to bring you his answer
Let's stop building $15,000 shacks 67
Articles

Let's stop building $15,000 shacks

As the managing editor of the authoritative journal Electrical Contractor, the author has made a full-time study of home and industrial building in Canada,
The lady and the crooks 1617

The lady and the crooks

THIS CRACK CRIMINAL LAWYER was raised in luxury. But she gave up a sheltered life to mingle with some of the toughest hoodlums in Canada
DON’T tell me your secrets! 2021
Articles

DON’T tell me your secrets!

For years Bob’s been loaded down with unwanted confidences— and getting blamed for keeping them. So now he’s going to blab and relax
The Canada I leave behind 45
LONDON LETTER

The Canada I leave behind

WHEN ONE stays at home there is a rhythm to life which does not alter greatly with the passing of time. The seasons have their exits and their entrances. The neighbors, like ourselves, live on twentyfours a day. And, as the years go by, we note that the man next door is looking older.
Life with Dulles: true or false? 45
BACKSTAGE

Life with Dulles: true or false?

JOHN FOSTER DULLES, U. S. Secretary of State, may or may not have hurt the Republican Party with his “verge of war” interview in Life magazine. But there’s no doubt he did permanent irreparable damage to himself personally among foreign service officers of allied governments with whom, as Secretary of State, he has to deal.
Mailbag 4647
Mailbag

Mailbag

Now it's Hutchison's Happy Land
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