It’s his status symbol, date bait and escape. While worried parents, educators and police deplore it, it’s become a necessity in his way of life-it won’t go away, but experts show how it can be controlled by common sense on both sidesBy SIDNEY KATZ17 min
The busy man at right stage-managing all those celebrities is Bob Gray, a Canadian from Brooklyn who has put his own trademark on the razzle-dazzle art of public relations. Here's how he's done itBy JACK BATTEN15 min
Robert Thomas Allen recalls when cars were jacked up till spring, you had to struggle to coax heat from cool everyone wore long johns, ate porridge and preserves, and kids were so lovingly bundled up they couldn't move
SHE DRESSED IN RAGS, COULDN'T READ OR WRITE, TALKED LIKE A MULE SKINNER AND SHARED HER SHACK WITH DOGS, CATS AND CHICKENS. BUT SHE MADE KING GEORGE HER CONFIDANT, OUTSMARTED A CITY AND AMASSED A FORTUNE OF $75,000 BEFORE SHE DIEDBy JOAN WALKER13 min
No other creature is so widely cursed, Jaded and feared. But not by the author, its longtime champion. It’s smarter than a dog or cat, he argues, playful, neat and affectionate. But we’ll probably go right on trying to kill off this durable outcast -and go right on failingBy John H. MacDonald11 min
SOME TIME IN 1965 Canada’s "crisis of Confederation” will begin to come to a head. Quebec wants to change the constitution, and this is new. Always in the past Quebec has led the resistance to change, jealously guarded its power of veto, fended off encroachments by Ottawa and the English-Canadian majority.
Most any weekend hundreds of thrill-seeking Canadians jump out of airplanes a couple of miles up, gambol around the sky for nearly a full minute, then—almost always— open their parachutes in time to land safely. It sounds mad, but it's the fastest-growing new sport in North AmericaBy Jack Batten7 min
Rita Ubriaco’s passionate plea for self-control in sexual relationships stirs a chivalrous response from this male (Canadians Need Less Birth Control And More Self-Control. October 17). However. I do feel that Miss Ubriaco misunderstands the purpose of birth-control pressure groups.
WANT TO MAKE a killing on the Grey Cup game? I don't care which teams make it to the finals — I guarantee to quadruple your investment and the payoff will be made in your home an hour or so after the game. You don't need to know a thing about football.By Royd E. Beamish6 min
CANADA’S DIVORCE LAWS are a tragic farce, and one of the saddest aspects of the situation is that the chances of reforming them are diminishing instead of improving. Although most English - speaking Canadians probably favor wider grounds for divorce, Quebec does not.
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