February 20, 1965

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OUR INVISIBLE POOR

The paradox of poverty: the expanding gross national product we so proudly hail as the index of our affluence has inflicted a startling backlash of poverty on millions of rural Canadians
The elegant worlds of Elizabeth Arden 2021

The elegant worlds of Elizabeth Arden

THE AFTERNOON PAPERS had just come in and there it was again: Elizabeth Arden, “the cosmetics queen," had winners two days in a row in the horse races at Aqueduct. Miss Arden turned to me, her blue eyes flashing. “Please don’t call me a ‘cosmetics queen,’ ” she said.
He’s just hockey’s hottest bet for stardom 1617

He’s just hockey’s hottest bet for stardom

IT'S LAMENTABLY TRUE that the 1960s have seemed like forever for the lowly Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League, but the fact is that the Sixties may one day be regarded as their most significant decade. It was in the Sixties, you see, that the Bruins discovered Bobby Orr.
Everybody's guide to happy oblivion-SLEEP 1819

Everybody's guide to happy oblivion-SLEEP

Can you lick insomnia? Can you "store" sleep? What are dreams? Here's what the experts know about your nightly other world when you are dead to this one
Treasures in your attic ? Ask Mr. Stevens 1415

Treasures in your attic ? Ask Mr. Stevens

THE ASSORTED CITIZENS who begin arriving in midmorning at the Sigmund Samuel Building of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto on most Tuesdays in the year are embarked on a pilgrimage of sorts. They bear with them relics that, at least to them, approach the status of holy objects—an assembly of ancient crockery, a nineteenth-century flintlock rifle, a photograph of a one-hundred-year-old carved pine armoire—and they are there to present themselves before a man who is, to them and to a growing number of Canadians, equipped with superior knowledge and powers.
MAILBAG 4041

MAILBAG

Have the hate merchants rights, too? / Is the Queen Canadian? Talk-back from an English-speaking Quebecker, and a churchman
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MACLEAN’S REVIEWS

ARGUMENT

GEOFFREY HEIGHINGTON says: When it’s time to fire people, that “hard-headed” boss of yours is far too soft-hearted
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS

A LONELY EXPERIMENT IN TOGETHERNESS

Weather synopsis from Toronto's French CJBC: hot spells, then chilly calm
WHY OTHER REDS HATE B. C.’S “PEKING PIRATE” 0_21
MACLEAN’S REPORTS

WHY OTHER REDS HATE B. C.’S “PEKING PIRATE”

IT'S NOT ALWAYS NEWS these days when a man gets kicked out of a political party because of his views. It’s at least a small news story when a man gets kicked out of two political parties within a few months. It’s even bigger news when one of the parties is the Communists and they kick him out because he’s far too much of a Leftist for them.
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MACLEAN’S ASKS THE EXPERTS

THERE ARE TWO ANSWERS to that. In the first place, relative to the number of cars, there are fewer service stations than ever. Over the past twenty years, for instance, the number of auto registrations has gone up about three hundred percent but the number of gasoline outlets has increased by only thirty-five percent.
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