March 26, 1960

What it’s like to be at the top 2223
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What it’s like to be at the top

Dueling with Durante, dancing with Dinah, crooning with Como, Gisele enjoys the sweet taste of success. She also finds herself a target for jealous rivals, newspaper gossips and even mashers
THE TWO-WAY BATTLE OF THE MORALITY SQUAD 1819
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THE TWO-WAY BATTLE OF THE MORALITY SQUAD

It’s tough enough pinning charges on vice racketeers. But the police must also struggle against the widespread disrespect for laws covering sex, liquor and gambling
Have germs already made the H-bomb obsolete? 1213
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Have germs already made the H-bomb obsolete?

One ounce of germs could infect 28 billion people with fever Eight ounces of one substance could wipe out all humanity Nerve gases can be tailor-made to blind, deafen, paralyze or kill
The $3 million “party” that wrecked Halifax 2627
A MACLEAN’S FLASHBACK

The $3 million “party” that wrecked Halifax

The pent-up tensions of the overcrowded wartime port exploded on V-E Day. Mobs looted stores and breweries, caroused in the streets and parks, and for 48 crazy hours defied all authority
Here experts tell you how to help your child do better in school 1617
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Here experts tell you how to help your child do better in school

Most thoughtful Canadians are deeply concerned about current education standards. Yet many are doing the wrong things —or nothing at all—about the prime problem of homework.
Will Bobby Hull become hockey's next superstar? 2425
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Will Bobby Hull become hockey's next superstar?

Skating with the lilt of an icebound Astaire, the dimpled left winger from Point Anne, Ont., has proved he can be a top goal-getter and box-office draw. Now, says his Chicago coach, if only he weren’t so devil-may-care...
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For the sake of argument

Let’s legalize slavery

I sometimes get tired of the neverending talk about Freedom: Free Enterprise, Free Competition, Free Elections, Free Trade, the Free World. I tire of it because it is insincere. The plain fact is that we, as individuals and as Canadians, are scared witless at the sight and sound and thought of freedom.
How they’ve mastered the iceberg menace 2021
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How they’ve mastered the iceberg menace

Neither guns nor bombs can more than dint the mighty fragments that break off each spring from Greenland's ice cap. But most are wrecked on Canada’s rocky northern shores, and the rogues — like the one that sank the Titanic — now have their every move charted by an international patrol
Mailbag 45

Mailbag

How to run the country: with a few good men in Regina Are parents changing from pals back to parents? A bouquet for our “dignified” cabbies
How the hyphen got into the royal name 1011
London Letter

How the hyphen got into the royal name

One of the treasured legends of Fleet Street is the story of the rewrite man who altered the heading “The Mystique of Royalty” to “The Mistake of Royalty.” I must confess that the hoary anecdote has come to my mind again during the last few days.
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