January 18, 1958

The stowaway 2223

The stowaway

He had outwitted police and army Intelligence. He knew secrets that might win a war. This man was too dangerous to live
WHO OWNS IT, ANYWAY? 1213

WHO OWNS IT, ANYWAY?

The sovereignty of space is up for grabs. How high up does a nation go? Ultimately the politicians will decide; meanwhile lawyers are doing the talking. Sputnik speaks for the Russians
Is your child accident prone? 1617

Is your child accident prone?

It's not always through chance that some children have more accidents than others.Their personalities and home life can be a factor.Here's how parents can recongnize and attack childhood's greatest menace
The prime minister’s home town 2425

The prime minister’s home town

As a northern capital Prince Albert, Sask., failed its prophets. But as a springboard for prime ministers it’s sent Laurier, King and now Diefenbaker to Ottawa. Here the PM’s just plain John
Why the West should stop supporting Israel 89
For the sake of argument

Why the West should stop supporting Israel

I have returned from the Middle East with the overwhelming conviction that there can be neither peace nor stability in that area until Western support of Israel is withdrawn. There is no other action which will allay the fears of the Arabs, remove the anti-Western sentiment which prevails, and halt the spread of Russian influence.
The star who can’t stop acting 2627

The star who can’t stop acting

Versatile, florid and indefatigable, Barry Morse won stage stardom at 22, has played 2,000 roles, haunts the CBC so much lie’s called the “test pattern.” He admits lie’s good
WONDERFUL WALL 1819

WONDERFUL WALL

It had to be eye-catching. It had to be big. It had to be portable, and tell visitors to the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair how Canadians live. Here’s how this Montreal sculptor created a unique work of art.
Khrushchev's fable for a Red birthday 1011
London Letter

Khrushchev's fable for a Red birthday

Human memory is a curious and selective thing. It clings to minor incidents, as a miser hoards his gold, and flings away important happenings with the recklessness of a profligate. Thus when I went on a parliamentary mission to Berlin in the winter of 1946 there were three unimportant incidents that I now recall as if they happened last week.
Trouble for tax men / buddies for bureaucrats 23
BACKSTAGE

Trouble for tax men / buddies for bureaucrats

IN THE PRIVATE opinion of George Nowlan. the income-tax department did as much as any other single thing to defeat the Liberals last June. He doesn't mind that, but he wants to make sure they don't do the same to the Conservatives. In a word, he thinks the Canadian tax-gatherer has been too hardboiled.
Mailbag 45
Mailbag

Mailbag

The PM’s wife: is Olive too much with us? Adherents of the fifth Commandment rise in defense Are prisons "destroying" young lawbreakers?
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