CANADA: Fun on the Road

In the heart of northern Ontario's summer-resort country a jumble of big, rambling buildings sits on the crest of a rolling, wooded slope which rises from the shores of a blue lake. During World War I it was used as a recuperation camp for Canadian officers. After the war it was remodeled as a swank private sanatorium, which failed during the depression. Two months ago it underwent another metamorphosis. The Canadian Government surrounded it with barbed wire, set up sentry boxes, installed 300 Nazi prisoners of war.

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