May 19, 1962

ASK THE NAME OF THE LION 2223
FICTION

ASK THE NAME OF THE LION

Six people of various backgrounds, thrown together by the strange and violent tempests of the modern Congo, are fleeing for their lives across the prairie-like savanna of Equateur province, trying to reach and cross the Ubangi River into safety.
THE SLAPSTICK SAGA OFTHES.S.TROPIC SEA 1415

THE SLAPSTICK SAGA OFTHES.S.TROPIC SEA

Did mutiny, gunplay and piracy break out on the Spanish Main when the Tropic Sea steamed in from Canada? Those were the rumors that spread in her wake — and for melodrama they had nothing on the real story
HOW THE NAACP PLOTS THE NEGRO REVOLUTION 1617

HOW THE NAACP PLOTS THE NEGRO REVOLUTION

In the schools, courts and jails of America, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has fought since 1909 for Negro rights. Their success in the U. S. capital has been called the Washington Miracle. It’s beginning to look as if they’ll make the miracle stick even in Dixie
THE UNFOLDING TRAGEDY OF DRUG-DEFORMED BABIES 1213

THE UNFOLDING TRAGEDY OF DRUG-DEFORMED BABIES

Many pregnant women in Canada took a drug called thalidomide (sold under trade names TALIMOL and KEVADON ) during the past year. At least eight have since given birth to infants with defective arms or legs. More such births are expected. This tragic side-effect of thalidomide was first detected in West Germany.
HOW JOHN BASSETT, CORPORATE EXECUTIVE, BECAME A CELEBRITY 2021

HOW JOHN BASSETT, CORPORATE EXECUTIVE, BECAME A CELEBRITY

He owns a Toronto newspaper and a television station, but that isn’t why his name is known in most other parts of Canada. The real reason is that he appears to be interesting even when he isn’t doing much. Simple visibility could take him to the cabinet
THE ONLY CANADIAN THE CHINESE EVER HEARD OF 1819

THE ONLY CANADIAN THE CHINESE EVER HEARD OF

NORMAN BETHUNE was an inspired medical crusader to some of his Montreal colleagues and a simple exhibitionist to others. To the Red Chinese he is one of only five national heroes
THE BANKRUPTCY RACKET 2425
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THE BANKRUPTCY RACKET

Every year about 1,500 firms go bankrupt in Canada. Some of them are really “twentieth century highway robbery on a grand scale.” These are the swindles that succeed by failing behind the protection of an obsolete law
To whom should we pray fora psychochemical war?/Two problems for NORAD 23
COMMENT

To whom should we pray fora psychochemical war?/Two problems for NORAD

Although I am impressed with the persistence and the amount of labor poured into this research program (First open survey of psychochemical warfare. April 21). I am appalled by the lack of foresight and the insane assumptions which it implies.
The new wave in Canadian music 2425
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The new wave in Canadian music

THERE ARE SIGNS THAT CANADA has a new school of musicians good enough to meet the highest international standards. Five of the signs are the young men on these pages; three are pianists, two are conductors and none ever sings for strangers. For several years, Canadian singers, particularly women singers, have been proving themselves as good as the best in concert halls around the world; but in almost every other field of serious music, Canada has done about as well as she does in Olympic fencing.
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BACKSTAGE

Why Diefenbaker thinks the press is against him

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