FOR THREE YEARS now a Huntsville, Ont., lumber wholesaler named Patrick Mcllroy has been keeping a grim box score. In that time thirty-three of his friends—local residents and summer home owners in that Muskoka resort area—have suffered heart attacks.By ERIC HUTTON36 min
Alone in a nation where the male is supreme the Duke of Edinburgh must take orders from his wife. Yet it seems certain that this strong-minded man will leave his stamp on the monarchy of the futureBy PIERRE BERTON29 min
How could the British secret service believe that one dead Englishman with a phony name and some incriminating letters would hoodwink the German High Command? The astonishing fact is that "Major Bill Martin” did exactly that. Here is the most fascinating spy story of World War IIBy EWEN E. S. MONTAGU21 min
The experts say we can — but will we? With economic storm signals already flying, will Malenkov’s peace offensive increase the danger of a slump and turn it into a propaganda victory for the Communists? Or can the West, with boldness and imagination, defeat these ends?By BLAIR FRASER18 min
The amused scorn that the villagers of Lake St. John poured on Louis Hémon turned to anger when they found that “the world’s worst hired man” had immortalized them in Maria ChapdelaineBy MARGARET K. ZIEMAN18 min
Claudia Anna Russell-Brown tried hard to scale the concert stage but sooner or later the audience started to laugh. So she became just Anna Russell and made her flair for the hilarious pay off at the box officeBy CLYDE GILMOUR17 min
Around the tracks they say that Johnny Longden still has the first of the one million two hundred thousand dollars he has earned in kicking home more winners than anyone else on the continent. He's come a long way since Alberta railbirds used to call him Jockey Fall-OffBy JIM COLEMAN14 min
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