LORD BEAVERBROOK loves the telephone. At his country house there are telephones on the terrace, telephones in every room, a telephone in the swimming pool, even a telephone in his bathroom. He picks one up and tells his private exchange operator to get through to this or that person.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND’S doctors, who took a heavy loss of revenue three years ago when the so-called “Cullen” amendment to the prohibition act was passed, suffered a final financial body blow when the Island's residents voted three to one for a proposed new temperance act which will allow them to buy a bottle a week without a doctor’s prescription.
Your taste of the girl who adorns your front cover is not very complimentary to Canadian femininity. I am an American here in Canada engaged in the exporting business and from my observation you sure have prettier women than you have displayed on your front cover.
WE HAVE never had the opportunity of sampling Thor Heyerdahl’s singing voice but, even if he can’t croon a note, we’re still prepared to nominate him as the 20th century’s most authentic Nature Boy. Heyerdahl’s story (page 17, this issue) of his attempt to get away from it all on the Polynesian Island of Fatu-Hiva speaks for itself.By The Editors3 min
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