Elephants, camels, fierce savages, tom-toms all over the place. It was a publicity idea. Miss Bing had ideas of her own on how to get a mate. They were effective—if primitiveBy LILIAN JACKSON BRAUN21 min
The turbulent millions of Asia may fight for their independence but it’s unlikely they’ll help preserve ours. If we really want allies in the Easst it's at race against time to win themBy BLAIR FRASER14 min
Winning two D.S.Os by the time he was 25 didn't mean the end of war to Lieut.-Col. Jimmy Dextraze of the Van Doos. A strong sense of duty pulled him from his $10,000-a-vear job and his family to meet a new crisis with the Special ForceBy PIERRE BERTON14 min
when Eugene kash goes on-stage at the Ottawa Children's Concert he takes the kids into the fairyland of good music and makes them yell for more. when he lets them hit the drum comics and cowboys have to take a back seat to BachBy JAMES DUGAN13 min
If your child suddenly won fame and wealth on the screen what would it do to him? And you? Would he become a spoiled brat? Would he turn his back on his family? Here one film prodigy’s father tells his own storyBy JACK DAVIES13 min
Told he would die at 16, Gayelord Hauser ate his way to brimming health on a diet that sounds and (to some) tastes like boiled beaverboard. Now he’s making millions telling millions how to eat to be 100By JAMES EDGAR12 min
Chief Wade and his award-winning smoke-eaters of Kentville, N.S., let nothing stop them from getting to a blaze at greyhound speed. They know that 50 volunteers are waiting in line to risk their necks with the hose and reel — and join the town’s best clubBy IAN SCLANDERS12 min
With neither the strength nor spirit to fight, West Europeans refuse to believe war is near. And if war did come they’re not sure the U.S. would defend them against a Russian attackBy LIONEL SHAPIRO12 min
RECENTLY in England a war game was played by staff officers undergoing a course. If this sounds frivolous let me explain that the term “war game” is a longestablished one in the training of the staff. And it means exactly what it says — two sides are chosen and pretend to be at war.By Beverley Baxter9 min
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