An editorial in your March 15 issue states that Canadian silver fox has declined in popularity because Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth favors beige fox color. I fear, sir, that you have been misinformed. The popularity of Canadian silver fox has not declined.
SUPPOSE YOU are aboard a train speeding through Ontario’s Northland, with two weeks of gloriously free summer vacation ahead of you. Weather’s right, place is right and time's right, so there is nothing to prevent this vacation from being the finest ever.By PAUL GORMLEY7 min
MATTERS over in Europe look a bit brighter as this is written, and on the other side of a sadly spotted world the Chinese are doing fairly well in their argument with their kindly Japanese neighbors about what sort of carryings-on are good for China.
TOM SAWYER," which could easily have been ruined by inept handling, plus the hazards of technicolor and child acting, survives wonderfully in its present version. Norman Taurog directed it; and the Taurog method, a remarkably successful one, seems to be to hand out the material to his youngsters and let them do their own acting.By ANN ROSS6 min
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