July 15, 1942

FICTION

GREEN GEESE

The Black Opal

FICTION

Highland Man’s Breeks

GREEN GEESE 1819
FICTION

GREEN GEESE

Love and intrigue ride the skies as rival air companies merge for a stupendous project in the sub-Arctic
The Black Opal 89

The Black Opal

Australia's desert covered the killer's tracks, but he couldn't escape the black man's magic
Highland Man’s Breeks 1213
FICTION

Highland Man’s Breeks

Burdened with the family honor, Scots tradition, and the rent money, a bonnie wee dug rallies to the battle cry of the clans
ESCAPE from HONG KONG 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

ESCAPE from HONG KONG

A one-legged admiral swims for his life and sixty desperate men steal through enemy lines to freedom
"TOO BIG TO BEAT" 45
GENERAL ARTICLES

"TOO BIG TO BEAT"

Says the Russian of Hitler and his invasion: "The maggot gnaws the cabbage but dies before it's done-"
The Lady Said No! 1011
FICTION

The Lady Said No!

She shook her head at Hollywood and asked the Met to wait—The success story of a contrary young lady
Cross-Country 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Cross-Country

B.C. labor shortage hits farms and forests War threatens life of Athabaska gold town Ontario teachers plug up on arts of war Fundy folk labor 32 years on new church
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1213

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Second-Front Strategy
BACKSTAGE at OTTAWA 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE at OTTAWA

IT TAKES a knowing eye to glean from Hansard the underlying meaning of the mid-June debate on conscription. Three groups with extreme views have emerged: the diehards who chorus “conscription now”; the Nationalists who still hold to “conscription never”; the Coldwellians who say “conscript wealth first.
Parade 4041
HUMOR

Parade

THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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