July 15, 1952

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Fiction

LISTEN to the MOCKING BIRD

WHO COULD BLAME MIS' SADIE FOR HAVING A MARRYING LOOK IN HER EYE THE NIGHT THE FIDDLER BECAME KING?
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Articles

How Dr. Endicott Fronts for the Reds

Meet this former missionary, probably the only Westerner who can move Chinese to tears in their own language, who also enrages many Canadians with activities that make him one of international Communism’s greatest assets in the world today
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REVOLUTION IN LOTUSLAND

Now that a boom is busting out all over Vancouver Island what will happen to the wonderful wacky charm that was always one of its greatest assets? The optimists hope that the power and the glory will live happily side by side
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Articles

HE CHANGED THE TORONTO SUNDAY

Outspoken Allan Lamport became Toronto's mayor when the record said he didn’t have a chance. And all those people who shudder at the memory of a Toronto Sabbath just wouldn't know the old place now
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A MACLEAN’S FLASHBACK

When Culture Came in Tents

When Chautauqua used to come to town with silver-tongued orators and Swiss bell ringers it was like fair week, a revival meeting and the music festival all at the same time
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Articles

THE CHATEAU ON THE ROCK

In the Chateau Frontenac above the St. Lawrence Queen Elizabeth, Lord Louis Mountbatten. Louise Fazenda, Gene Tunney, Winston Churchill and a diminutive button salesman have staved among the Greek braziers and basked in the super-service of a famous landmark
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Articles

THEY WANT THE UNWANTED

Taking children from broken homes and city streets this Quebec couple turned a run-down farm into a bustling haven. They have sheltered eighty waifs in four years and — without a dollar in the bank — they're now dreaming of a permanent children’s village
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Articles

SOCRATES WAS ONCE A COP

This former officer in the Indian Police went on to become radio’s Macbeth, Old Man Gatenby, Socrates and Farmer Craig, but the role he likes best is Francis Grove Peddie
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London Letter

A CRITIC'S LAST CURTAIN

IT WAS not an easy decision to take. For ten years I had been the dramatic critic of the London Evening Standard, writing a weekly column which appeared on Fridays—and then came the moment when I had to say to my old friend Lord Beaverbrook: "The curtain must come down.”
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MAIL BAG

MAIL BAG

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