April 15, 1938

FICTION

OLD UGLY-FACE

GENERAL ARTICLES

Canaries

GENERAL ARTICLES

Common sense and the Criminal

OLD UGLY-FACE 67
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OLD UGLY-FACE

a thrilling new serial of adventure and intrigue in mysterious Tibet
Canaries 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Canaries

Rigid diet, regular care, keep Dickie away from draughts, and he should keep on singing for twenty years
Common sense and the Criminal 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Common sense and the Criminal

Law enforcement must have the whole weight of the community behind it if crime is to be curbed, says
Facts on Floors 7475
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Facts on Floors

Practical hints on the everyday care of floors and how to renew their finish
A Man Must Decide 2021
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A Man Must Decide

Life or death?... One word might decide—A soul-searching story of the doctor's cruelest dilemma
SHOTS and ANGLES 7677
SHOTS and ANGLES

SHOTS and ANGLES

WHEN gangster films are funny— i.e., when Damon Runyon writes them—they’re about the raciest form of entertainment on the screen. Author Runyon is at his best in “A Slight Case of Murder.” The problem of the hero (Edward G. Robinson) is what to do with four corpses which he finds hanging on hooks in a closet of his rented Saratoga villa.
PELÉE’S SNAKE 1011
FICTION

PELÉE’S SNAKE

He turned his back on security, dared the wrath of a volcuno—But it was the girl in the case who an even greater risk
Parade 8081
Parade

Parade

MR. HAROLD CHADWICK, of Saint John, N.B., needs no one to convince him that the world is a small place, after all. When a local theatre advertised a presentation of the film “Africa Speaks.” Mr. Chadwick, who knows his Africa, because he served with the Fifth Royal Warwicks during the Boer War, took his small son to see the picture.
The Twinkler 1617
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The Twinkler

The story of a girl who planned to do so much that she didn’t have time to catch up with happiness
Protests Against Salacious Magazines 4647

Protests Against Salacious Magazines

STRONG protests against the flooding of Canadian news stands with United States magazines which feature crime and sex are being made throughout the Dominion. Recently, Mr. Owen Dawson, prominent in boys’ work, told the Montreal Rotary Club that degrading literature is “one of the major causes of juvenile delinquency,” and expressed amazement that “the pernicious stream is not swept out of the country.”
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