July 16, 1960

$10,000 EVERYBODY’S TARGET AND HOW TO HIT IT 1011
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$10,000 EVERYBODY’S TARGET AND HOW TO HIT IT

Why is $10,000 a year — or more — our success symbol? Who makes the grade? How do they do it?
ELLIOT LAKE’S GLAMOROUS RISE AND BITTER FALL 2425
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ELLIOT LAKE’S GLAMOROUS RISE AND BITTER FALL

This is a candid portrait of the hundred-million-dollar boom town that was built on uranium—the mineral with sex appeal— and of the mesmerized thousands who learned the hard way that it was just another mining camp after all
DOUBLE JEOPARDY: the Johnson twins’ sunny brush with tragedy 1415
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DOUBLE JEOPARDY: the Johnson twins’ sunny brush with tragedy

Moira was dying. Surgery could save her—perhaps— but only by giving her a living organ taken from her identical twin Nola. This is the story of the twins’ chilling gamble and its happy aftermath
CAR ACCIDENTS: Does it matter who’s guilty? 2021
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CAR ACCIDENTS: Does it matter who’s guilty?

YES, say most lawyers—the guilty must pay. NO, say others—we must not ruin the injured even when they’re guilty. But guilty or innocent, insured or uninsured, anybody can be ruined by a car accident under our present laws.
MONTREAL’S IMPECCABLE HOME FOR THE WELL-TO-DO 2223
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MONTREAL’S IMPECCABLE HOME FOR THE WELL-TO-DO

A 34-year-old genuine antique called The Chateau is a private world of apartment-dwellers who are so distinguished they rarely even speak to each other
THE REAL DANGERS OF IMAGINARY FATIGUE 2021
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THE REAL DANGERS OF IMAGINARY FATIGUE

Nervous strain or even boredom can be more exhausting than overwork, researchers have discovered. FRANKLIN RUSSELL tells why your emotions can wear you out, and what you may be able to do about it
Our churches are damning the wrong kinds of sin 67
For the sake of argument

Our churches are damning the wrong kinds of sin

In the face of the revolutionary changes of the twentieth century, as well as the challenge of enemies like Islam and communism, are the churches measuring up? It is my feeling that the nonRoman churches are generally far behind the times: so far behind, in fact, that they are often talking to a world that is dead and gone.
The PM’s Puritan stand on MPs’ pay—even his own 23
BACKSTAGE

The PM’s Puritan stand on MPs’ pay—even his own

NO OTHER CANADIAN bears a yoke of power as heavy as the prime minister’s. It is on his advice that the governor-general summons and dissolves parliament. and he dominates its procedures. He has no equals. His anger can destroy the careers of cabinet ministers and ambassadors.
Everybody’s art boom: early Canadiana 1617
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Everybody’s art boom: early Canadiana

Paintings from North American colonial days, long ignored by collectors, are bringing rising prices in a new kind of art hunt. These forgotten treasures can turn up in anyone’s attic
Russia’s middle-class revolution 89
London Letter

Russia’s middle-class revolution

Let me begin with a message sent to his newspaper from the Hook of Holland on a recent Sunday morning by Harry Longmuir, a Daily Mail reporter. The message reads: “British Railways regret that the 10:05 train from Liverpool Street station to Moscow was 27 minutes late arriving at Harwich today.
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