A low professor surveys our paper patchwork of puzzles that frustrate justice, and suggests ways to rid ourselves of quill-pen mithods that now woefully fail to serve our jet-age needsBy ALLEN LINDEN14 min
MORE CANADIANS—and even more visitors from abroad, mostly the U. S. — will be traveling by car, boat, airplane and train to other provinces and territories in 1966 than in any previous year, according to Canadian Government Travel Bureau predictions.
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