A frank look at the man now emerging from behind the image of a rich Southerner who has spent half his life in political backrooms-and why he may become the kind of president Canadians most admireBy Grattan Gray13 min
Jim Felstiner has a new approach to salvage the delinquent youngsters of downtown Toronto’s tough Niagara district. He goes to where the trouble and the troubled boys are —sleazy restaurants, pool halls, broken homes — and offers them the first real understanding they’ve ever had. Here’s a report on his successes, and his failures, in reaching themBy JANE BECKER20 min
With Paul Hellyer in charge, Canadians can expect a number of new developments in defense. Among them: • A single commander to bring the services nearer integration • A new role for the Canadian air division overseas • A faster, leaner and more mobile all-service striking force Here is how the decisions are being reached and what they’ll mean when they areBy BLAIR FRASER15 min
IN THE 1930s, TONY FROME, THE GOLDEN-VOICED TENOR ABOVE, WAS THE DARLING OF AMERICAN RADIO. TODAY, TONY IS FAMOUS AGAIN AS THE BEST-KNOWN AND MOST CONTROVERSIAL RABBI IN CANADA, TORONTO’S FAMOUSBy ABRAHAM L. FEINBERG14 min
The scene: the wild rapids of the river Nile. The date: 1884. Gordon is besieged at Khartoum. To the rescue: a handful of lusty Canadian rivermen, handpicked for the job. This is the little-known story of their adventuresBy ROY MACLAREN13 min
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