December 7, 1957

A MACLEAN’S NOVEL AWARD FLORENCIA BAY 2627

A MACLEAN’S NOVEL AWARD FLORENCIA BAY

Covered by Robinson with the rifle, hemmed in by Charlie's cousins, sweating in the menace of the hot heach, Pat Grogan faced the strangest and toughest decision of his life
June Call wood’s story of the Queen’s visit 1415
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June Call wood’s story of the Queen’s visit

One of Canada’s most brilliant reporters followed Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip through the exhausting tour that dazzled a continent. Here’s her perceptive behind-the-scenes report
How we nursed a farm back to health 3031
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How we nursed a farm back to health

We began with a hundred acres of tired land, a rundown house, a cockeyed barn, and no money. Now, twenty years later, we wouldn’t take sixty thousand for the place. This is what we did
The hottest treasure hunter in history 2425
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The hottest treasure hunter in history

The hottest treasure hunter in history is an offbeat Canadian-Swedish genius who’s found ▶ ore worth five billion ▶ King Solomon’s mines ► a science-shaking prehistoric skeleton . . . Now Hans Lundberg is out to farm gold and milk uranium from seaweed
Why Red Ryan’s shadow still hangs over every prison yard 2829
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Why Red Ryan’s shadow still hangs over every prison yard

With nineteen convictions, lifer Red Ryan turned altar boy. So they set him free—and he went on the gory binge that left us with one of the Western world’s most backward parole systems
The silly, splendid world of Stephen Bosustow 1819
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The silly, splendid world of Stephen Bosustow

With a nearsighted codger named Magoo and a clutch of cartoon characters bent on sophisticated slapstick, this Canadian-born film maker is winning Oscars, revolutionizing TV commercials and grossing more than two million a year
Life sentence with the ballet 2223
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Life sentence with the ballet

LOIS SMITH AND DAVID ADAMS AND THEIR ...
How we look to the rest of the world 1011
How we look to the rest of the world

How we look to the rest of the world

We, the peoples of the world, are now increasing at a rate of about thirty-two million or so a year — about eighty-five thousand a day is our net increase. This is so frightening that we tend to look away from it and not let ourselves think about it at all.
Sherry with an Angry Young Man 1213
Sherry with an Angry Young Man

Sherry with an Angry Young Man

A few months ago when my wife and I were returning to town after a game of golf in the country our car was held up by the traffic in Sloane Square. Actually we were anchored just outside the entrance of the small Sloane Square Royal Court Theatre where, more than thirty years ago, a few of us tried to save Shaw’s play Heartbreak House, which the critics had assailed with such shafts of wit as “Headache House,” “Jawbreak House” and other variations on the same theme.
Mailbag 45

Mailbag

√ Is segregation happening here? √ Maybe all of the bullies aren't Christians √ A knock for monopolistic business
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