CANADA: Nothing to Hide

Along with the normal hazards of sunburn, goose-pimples, stone bruises, poison ivy and chiggers, Canada's nudists share with their brethren in other parts of the world a carking problem: how to get their pictures in the newspaper, thus winning a little helpful publicity for the cult. If they show too much, the postal authorities get stuffy; if too little, the serious point about Nacktkultur may be lost.

Last week, on a mountain slope near Vancouver, in buff-naked conclave assembled, 95 nudists held a contest to choose their Royal Family. As Queen they selected Housewife Lyla Olson, 23; as King, Dan...

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