February 15, 1940

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"MIZ PERKINS"

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Blizzard Honeymoon

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Wings of Hazard

"MIZ PERKINS" 1011
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"MIZ PERKINS"

Every town has its Miz Perkins — complete with cookie jar and warm, understanding heart
Blizzard Honeymoon 1415
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Blizzard Honeymoon

They were husband and wife, yet with little in common, facing together a bleak, uncertain future. Then came common danger —
Wings of Hazard 1819
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Wings of Hazard

On the Arctic’s rim, among hostile natives, a search ends — and another begins
Soldiers of French Canada 1213
CANADA'S FIGHTING FORCES

Soldiers of French Canada

THE OUTBREAK of war opened another chapter in the stirring story of the French-Canadian Militia. Tracing their history back some four hundred years to the days when the citizens of New France were first armed against the Iroquois, retaining their original character intact under the English regime, engaged nine times in one hundred and eighty years in the defense of the Union Jack, the tradition of the militia units in French Canada is in many ways unique.
BUSH JOB 45
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BUSH JOB

A good news reporter should be married to his job; but Tip Holden was married to Betty and — well, Betty had a little plan of her own
Solver of Air Riddles 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

Solver of Air Riddles

The story of Wallace Rupert Turn-bull, scientist of the skies — a Canadian who never piloted a plane but who invented the controllablepitch propeller in his own backyard
Another Opinion on The Alaska Highway: Forget It! 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Another Opinion on The Alaska Highway: Forget It!

MACLEAN’S is to be commended for giving publicity to the Alaska Highway scheme—a project calling for an expenditure of a major character. An article in the mid-November issue was read throughout Eastern Canada. This is important, for many Eastern Canadians may well have the idea that this is a Western project and does not concern them.
They Defend Your Dollar 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

They Defend Your Dollar

What happened the sugar shortage scare? Who broke the wool price rise? To advise, rather than to order, is the policy of Canada's Wartime Prices Board
"The Riddle of the Snows" 89
LONDON LETTER

"The Riddle of the Snows"

LONDON (By cable)—The snow lies deep in my garden. One of the mysteries of the British climate is the way snow appears on the ground without anyone having seen it arrive. It is simply there, like a milk bottle on the step when one opens the door.
Are Dictatorships Efficient? 5051
GENERAL ARTICLES

Are Dictatorships Efficient?

FOR THE first time in our history two directly opposing political philosophies have come into direct armed conflict. In 1914 the allies had a third partner, Autocratic Russia, and neither Serbia nor Montenegro could be considered wholly devoted to democracy as a form of government.
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