January 15, 1942

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Toast To Tomorrow

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The Powers of Darkness

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Doodads on the Doohickey

Toast To Tomorrow 45
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Toast To Tomorrow

The thrilling story of a British Secret Agent who returned from the dead to spy on the innermost citadel of Hitler’s Germany
The Powers of Darkness 1819
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The Powers of Darkness

The young constable was out to get his man, but so was the power that walked by night
Doodads on the Doohickey 1213
FICTION

Doodads on the Doohickey

Concerning Oglethorpe Frisbie, architect, and his client, George Teeter—They set out to build a Dream Bungalow and landed in the doghouse
Cross Country 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Cross Country

Pattullo blacked out on West Coast Aberhart bids for national power Toronto chokes on pollution hazard Quebec chokes on conscription Nova Scotia has a short dry spell
Fish for Britain 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Fish for Britain

TEN THOUSAND British Columbia fishermen are toiling this winter through gales and snow and sleet, sometimes for twenty-four hour stretches, to collect from the increasingly unpacific waters of the Pacific Ocean the equivalent of 1,700,000 cases of canned herring, each case containing forty-eight one-pound cans.
The Burden Grows 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Burden Grows

"The future is dim . . . but the people go dourly and doggedly on . . . fuller of fight than ever"
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Blunders of Unawareness
Fashion for War 89

Fashion for War

War priorities may put a dint in milady’s new spring bonnet —and that’s not all
Backstage at Ottawa 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Backstage at Ottawa

THOUGH Canada is now at war with six countries—Germany, Italy, Japan, Finland, Roumania and Hungary — Ottawa externally, at least, remains what somebody once called the “quietest capital in Christendom.” No doubt Pearl Harbor and all that has come since, plus a rising tide of demand for compulsory military service, have made an impression on Mr. King and his cabinet, but there are no external signs of drastic reaction to the new crisis.
Parade 4041
HUMOR

Parade

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