April 12, 1958

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The Canadian behind Henry Ford

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THE EISENHOWER TRAGEDY

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Is there a drug to cure cancer?

The Canadian behind Henry Ford 1617
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The Canadian behind Henry Ford

It was James Couzens, of Chatham, Ontario, who built the Ford company while Henry built cars. It was Couzens who rammed the famous five-dollar day past Ford’s protests. Here is his little-known story
THE EISENHOWER TRAGEDY 1415
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THE EISENHOWER TRAGEDY

The president is a broken man *The West is leaderless *Nixon is a dark enigma *How long can the stalemate last?
Is there a drug to cure cancer? 1213
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Is there a drug to cure cancer?

THE SCIENTISTS are promising nothing — but, as a result of new chemical discoveries, they are cautiously hopeful that now it’s just a question of time
I MARRIED A WRESTLER 1819
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I MARRIED A WRESTLER

Now he’s a Hero and everything’s cozy. But when he was a Villain—Wham! The kids gang-fought our son, the butcher cut me off, even neighbors turned nasty. Life with “Lord” Athol Layton is wacky—and wonderful
Why they won’t publish your song 1617
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Why they won’t publish your song

Do you know how lawsuit-happy amateurs plague Tin Pan Alley? How music rackets reap millions? Why great hits go to court? Maybe you can write a better song—but when you’ve read this you won’t
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Schooling should start sooner, be tough, weed out failures

I decry the pernicious American (and Canadian) system of “keeping up with the Joneses"—and I dread the new prospect of “keeping up with the Joneskis.” In terms of education, however, I am afraid we must do so if we hope to survive. And all the signs I have seen indicate that we are falling short of the mark.
The best fishing hole in B.C. 2021
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The best fishing hole in B.C.

My uncle flew forward like a large khaki angel; his reel whined like a mosquito. "Good-bye child," he called
Are children growing too fast? 2425
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Are children growing too fast?

They’re growing taller younger and, some experts believe, maturing faster. Is the speed-up endangering their health? Here’s what science has found out about a phenomenon that is changing our way of life
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Don Harron's losing struggle to sidestep stardom

He left a hit to study acting. He gave up a Broadway lead and turned down a movie contract. Now, famous in spite of himself, he's a Solid click as an actor, playwright and gag writer
Universities must answer Sputnik with higher standards 2223
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Universities must answer Sputnik with higher standards

From two different, but not opposite, points of vantage a noted layman and a noted educator offer provocative views on the education crisis
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