MANY things suggest that this fourth session of the nineteenth Parliament now reassembling on snowbound Parliament Hill will be the most active of the war. First, there is the Bracken leadership on the east side of the House. When Cabinet Ministers aren’t trying to outwit and confound the new Pro-Con leader they will be trying to head off the forward-looking plans of the new party.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK7 min
THE WAR has given private enterprise what may be its last chance to prove itself. If private enterprise fails when the crisis comes—and that will be after the war—it will be replaced. Replaced by what? Nobody knows. Bureaucracy, governmental control and ownership, confusion and chaos seem likely answers.By HORACE T. HUNTER4 min
A WEEK or two ago we described our emotional reaction and (this you may recall) our near demolition by a truck, while watching the breathtaking performance of the new Mosquito bomber. What we couldn’t tell you at the time is that our interest in that particular demonstration was exceptional.
T REAT YOUR range well. See that it stands level on the floor. Make sure, too, that removable glides in the oven are properly hung and that the shelves are on an even keel. . Keep the baffle or deflector on the bottom shelf, not on the floor of the oven.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL3 min
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