Are you "good pay" or "bad pay"? Good or bad, the facts are sure to be recorded in the doomsday books of the credit agencies—One company has 14,000,000 names on its lists in Canada and the U.S.By ARTHUR LOWE27 min
Making the invisible visible, two young Canadians have developed an electron microscope which magnifies a grain of sand to the size of a 10-story building and penetrates a barrier which has baffled man since the beginning of timeBy ROYD E. BEAMISH17 min
AS THE 1938-39 hockey season fades in the distance, fans from Halifax to Victoria are engaged in one of their favorite pastimes—selecting all-star teams. This is possibly the one sure way in which anyone can be perfectly certain of becoming involved in a long and sometimes bitter dispute.By JAMES C. HENDY14 min
YOU CAN'T make an omelet unless you break an egg. Neither can you properly celebrate Easter without them, for aren't they the symbol of the season, providing both decoration and sustenance? Nor could you enjoy a custard, a soufflé, a sponge cake, and all those other dishes to which eggs give their richness, color and flavor, without eggs.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL8 min
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