October 20, 1962

Pierre ’s adventures in Bertonland 1819

Pierre ’s adventures in Bertonland

The most prominent man in Canada this fall — if prominent is understood to mean conspicuously and constantly in the public eye — is a big, pinkish, forty-twoyear-old Torontonian named Pierre Berton. Since September 17 Berton, as the central figure in a new late-evening TV show called, with characteristic directness, the Pierre Berton Hour, has occupied the commercial television channel in many of Canada’s largest cities for an hour a night, five nights a week.
In search of 2829

In search of

These are Karsh’s memories of the way powerful and celebrated people treated him and the way he treated them to get the pictures that made his own name famous. They include Elizabeth Taylor and Mackenzie King, Glenn Gould and Greer Garson, John L. Lewis and Frank Lloyd Wright, Albert Schweitzer and Pablo Casals, Sibelius, G.B.S. — and Winston Churchill, the photographer’s favorite subject, who snubbed him in the end.
THE EMOTION LOVE 3031

THE EMOTION LOVE

Love can be taught and must be learned
MY TWO YEARS AS A RELUCTANT RUSSIAN 3031

MY TWO YEARS AS A RELUCTANT RUSSIAN

Walter Soroka was a tourist but the USSR insisted he was a repatriate. So he got a job and discovered the bread and circuses of life as a Soviet technician: mixed (but chaste) camping, and more drinking parties than he’s ever known at home in Canada
THE LAST EXPLORERS 3435

THE LAST EXPLORERS

This is the vivid but half-forgotten documentary record of the making of Canada that was written and photographed in the 19th century by the field men of the Geological Survey
THE COUNTERATTACK ON DIEHARD RACISM 2627

THE COUNTERATTACK ON DIEHARD RACISM

DOING GOOD, like doing so many other things these days, has become a job for specialists. One of these is A. Alan Borovoy, a thirty-year-old Toronto lawyer who makes his living fighting for “fair play" for minorities. Borovoy is the kind of ‘small-1’ liberal’ who “despises ineffectual intellectuals with no concept of action.”
SALUTE TO A STRIPPER 3839

SALUTE TO A STRIPPER

drove a million miles in a family heirloom — the classic Duesenbery at the foot of the page — to take off her clothes to music. This is what happened along the Way, as related' by her friend and admirer
LET’S BANISH FOOTBALL AND HOCKEY FROM OUR HIGH SCHOOLS 2223
FOR THE SAKE OF ARGUMENT

LET’S BANISH FOOTBALL AND HOCKEY FROM OUR HIGH SCHOOLS

John Farina is a former university quarterback and highschool football coach who is now an associate professor at the University of Toronto school of social work
Canada’s share of the world’s birth control problem Will Israel be the Spain of the eastern Mediterranean ? 1213
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Canada’s share of the world’s birth control problem Will Israel be the Spain of the eastern Mediterranean ?

When U. S. lawmakers begin discussing the birth-control issue seriously, as Ian Sclanders’ well-written and objective report (Finally congressmen are beginning to talk about birth control Sept. 8) predicts they soon will, it will be interesting to see if there is any similar discussion in Canada.
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Love where the nights are long

Love where the nights are long is warmer, richer, and lovelier in just about every way than love where the nights are not so long. So is love poetry. The author of both these ideas is a Montreal poet named Irving Layton. To demonstrate their truth, he has collected fifty poems by twenty-six Canadian poets, living and dead, young and not young, in a new book that will be published this fall in two editions by McClelland & Stewart Ltd.
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