May 7, 1960

IS AIR TRAVEL OBSOLETE? 1415
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IS AIR TRAVEL OBSOLETE?

Too many passengers are dying in air crashes. Too many others are complaining about delays, discomforts and annoyances. Here’s why air travel is in trouble and where it goes from here
The impish artist who draws on everything 2021
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The impish artist who draws on everything

George Feyer’s irrepressible and irreverent cartoons won him a passport to Canada. Nowadays his sharp pen mocks prudery, spikes pomposity, and even peddles cookies. It is making him the country’s most prosperous cartoonist
I went back to my wartime hide-out 2223
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I went back to my wartime hide-out

For ten dangerous weeks, a Dutch family hid a Canadian airman from the Nazis. Then he was betrayed by an unknown. After eighteen years he returned and made a surprising discovery
tells you how to deal with THE CRIMINALS YOU MIGHT MEET 2425
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tells you how to deal with THE CRIMINALS YOU MIGHT MEET

THIS YEAR. 40.000 offences against the Criminal Code will be committed in Metro Toronto. Thousands of citizens will have their lives endangered. Other thousands will have some of their property forcibly taken from them. Crimes of violence — such as assault, kidnaping and murder — are usually sudden and unexpected and difficult to prevent.
Will cash ever come back? 2223
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Will cash ever come back?

Credit cards started as a play boy's gimmick. Now, under our very noses, they're quietly taking over as legal (but costly) lender for just about everything Canadians need—or desire
Quebec’s inimitable gourmets 1819
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Quebec’s inimitable gourmets

Nowhere this side of France will you find a more haughty and exclusive group of clubs dedicated to the delicate art of good eating
What it’s like to tend a bar 3233
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What it’s like to tend a bar

A veteran practitioner of an ancient trade offers some inside observations on the habits and humors of his customers—and their ladies
The most famous unknown in TV 3031
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The most famous unknown in TV

You probably know Larry Mann, CBC actor. But you’ve probably never recognized Larry Mann, TV pitchman of a thousand voices. What’s more, his most exhilarating performances never even get on the air
For the sake of argument 89
For the sake of argument

For the sake of argument

Let’s keep A-bombs out of Canada
Mailbag 45

Mailbag

GISELE MacKENZIE (What it’s like to be at the top, March 26) quotes Mario Lanza as saying: "I’ve paid millions of dollars just to keep idiots in power.” In Canada (and I'm sure it's the same in the U. S.) we would very much resent this attitude, especially if immigrants came here and made as much money as Gisele is making in the U. S.
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