These are typical complaints against the TV and radio faith healing of ORAL ROBERTS ORAL ROBERTS but the Oklahoma evangelist claims the world’s largest weekly audience. Here’s a close-up of today’s most controversial preacher
They had this cocksure Nazi airman locked up three times, in England and in Canada. Each time he boasted he’d get out and he did, to become one of history’s wiliest and most notorious escape artistsBy KENDAL BURT JAMES LEASOR30 min
are not unique to Durham, Ont. Most of the time it’s peaceful and law-abiding, but for a few hours nearly every week it invites headlines with sudden outbursts of drunkenness, vandalism and cop-baiting. What’s behind this strange transformation?
Booby-trapped with reefs, wild and unpredictable, shallow Erie is a commercial bonanza but a mariner's nightmare. On one sandspit a hundred ships and a thousand men have perished. No wonder they call itBy Duncan McLeod19 min
He looked like a winner and my wife and I didn't know any better. But we learned — about eccentric trainers jockey fees moody “sure things” and the high cost of hoping. And we’ve got the bills to prove itBy W. G. FORDYCE18 min
We have just completed some changes in our house and are so happy with the results that, as 1 told my wife, "We must share them with others!” For your convenience, the projects are presented below, step by step. How to convert your living room into an extra garage: Since two cars are fast becoming a reality, many families are hard pressed for extra garage space.By DONNIS STARK THOMPSON3 min
How much do we pay out of our own pockets to doctors, hospitals, drug stores and dentists? How much time do we lose from our lives through illness or accidents? Only one country in the world today knows the full answers to such questions about itself-that's CanadaBy David MacDonald17 min
CLYDE G1LMOUK BEST BET Tea and Sympathy: A lot more candid in its treatment of seldom-discussed human complexities than the advance ballyhoo gave us reason to expect, this is a worthwhile screen version of Roheit Anderson's stage drama. It tolls of a compassionate faculty wife (beautifully played by Deborah Kerr) who rallies to the defense of an eighteen-year-old boy (John Kerr) after his classmates and his own father have persecuted him for "effeminacy.”
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