A MAN who leads more lives than one receives more letters than, say, his next-door neighbor. And when among the day's correspondence there is a letter from someone unknown which runs to 2,000 words it. is apt to be put aside to Wait until there is leisure to peruse it.By BEVERLEY BAXTER9 min
Where their Old Testament forefathers found milk and honey, today’s Jews find rock and rubble, a freedom they fought for, and a chance to build a new paradise in the wildernessBy GEORGE W. HERALD15 min
SOME M.P.'s set out on the election campaign brimming with confidence. Quebec Liberals were particularly cocky—one bet a Progressive ConservaLive $50 that. the Tories wouldn't take more than five seats among Quebec's 73. Another offered to bet they wouldn't take more than 10.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK6 min
What has happened to your fiction writers? In Maclean’s April 1 appear two “love” stories which are so unnatural and so depressing as to be almost nauseating. “The Lovers” presented a picture of two people so desperately in love that they have no children.
NO MATTER who wins the election the new Government should name a commission like the one headed by ex-President Herbert Hoover, which lately reported (not too favorably) on the structure and efficiency of government in the United States.
GRADUATES in agriculture at the University of British Columbia this spring leave their old alma mater convinced their college life has been a full one. In addition to all the normal year-end ceremonies didn’t they attend the official christening of a fountain erected in honor of a retiring professor?
DEAR JOE: SO you’ve really a mind to settle in Bridgetown, and you’d like to know what a typical Nova Scotia town is like? Well, maybe I can help—that’s if Bridgetown is typical. How do you get here? As you may know, the main rail and bus lines in the lower half of N. S. arch along the Fundy shore, from Yarmouth on the southern tip, and then cut across the waist of the province to Halifax on the eastern shore.By ERNEST BUCKLER12 min
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