DR. CASSIDY KNEW HE WOULD DIE WITHIN THREE WEEKS. HERE IS THE REMARKABLE ACCOUNT OF HOW A REMARKABLE MAN TIED TOGETHER THE LOOSE ENDS OF HIS LIFE. IT'S A STORY YOU'RE NOT LIKELY TO FORGETBy SIDNEY KATZ36 min
Dorothy Walton, once the world’s best badminton player, is fast becoming our best-known housewife as she spearheads half a million women in a campaign to make shopping easier, cheaper and betterBy JUNE CALLWOOD15 min
Point Pelee National Park, unknown to Canadians, draws thousands of Americans every summer with its Riviera climate, its two hundred bird songs and its lively old-timers who like to point out the spot where the unruly Ojibways took forty French scalpsBy RAY SILVER12 min
When poor old Leo lost his tail, everyone wanted to give him the needle. But his friend Jack May saved his life and now Leo can look forward to ten pounds of horsemeat a day and a beautiful blond lioness named FlexieBy MCKENZIE PORTER10 min
THE ELEGANT Golden Arrow train snorted its way into Victoria Station and came to a full stop. Out of a Pullman club car stepped a serious-looking man of middle age who was duly greeted by two Englishmen in dark jackets and striped trousers—the established uniform of Whitehall.By Beverley Baxters8 min
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