August 15, 1942

FICTION

GREEN GEESE

FICTION

You Gotta Teeter

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I Flew Into Trouble

GREEN GEESE 1819
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GREEN GEESE

He missed the fireworks "over there" but the bush fliers call Gil Tucker "the little guy who did a Big Job"
You Gotta Teeter 89
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You Gotta Teeter

'Tweren’t oratory and he forgot to teeter —but Wilf Laurier himself couldn’t have done more for those refugee kids
I Flew Into Trouble 1011
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I Flew Into Trouble

Night raids on Naziland, high jinks at station H. Q., deathdodging in flak-torn skies— Canadian now interned in Eire tells of life in the bomber command
Jewels For Your Fingers 1213
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Jewels For Your Fingers

A geologist looking for scheelite learns to take nothing for granted - not even the girl from across the street
PLANE FOR PEACE 45
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PLANE FOR PEACE

Here are Washington's three great projects for peace — work for all, expanded world trade, and a new League of Nations
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1415
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Crisis in the Commons
Cross-Country 1415
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Cross-Country

B.C. mines short of manpower Alberta talks debt refunding North Bay police under fire Aberhart looking to Quebec? Irate Haligonians talk back
VIOLIN MAKER 1617
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VIOLIN MAKER

Master of an ancient art is Eddie Dyer. Away from his fiddles he’s a railway man
Backstage at ottawa 1415
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Backstage at ottawa

WITH Commons safely back among the home folk, that hardy 1942 perennial, “manpower crisis,” is here again. This time, as usual, everyone says it’s the real thing. This time, as usual, the Cabinet is violently split. This time, as usual, there looks to be a first-rate bust-up in the offing.
WAR WEAR 1617
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WAR WEAR

No more furbelows, no more frills — that’s the duet sung by the voice of wartime fashion, and Ottawa’s economists
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