April 1, 1943

GENERAL ARTICLES

PIE IN THE SKY

FICTION

PIP, SQUEAK and WILFRED

FICTION

An Eye on Beulah

PIE IN THE SKY 45
GENERAL ARTICLES

PIE IN THE SKY

CANADIAN STYLE
PIP, SQUEAK and WILFRED 89
FICTION

PIP, SQUEAK and WILFRED

To the bright young pigeons of Squadron 112 Jackson was just a dull old buzzard. But buzzards can fly-and fight
An Eye on Beulah 1617
FICTION

An Eye on Beulah

Trouble on the home front between the Army and the Navy. The reason? You guessed it-a girl
DESTROYER PASSAGE 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

DESTROYER PASSAGE

"The law of gravitation seemed to go mad . . . Flung against the wall, we thought the ship was going over." —That’s a destroyer in a gale
MILK 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

MILK

. . . is more than something that comes from a cow. It’s a food produced by a complex industry whose efficiency is of vital importance to your health —and pocketbook
Britain's Strategy-Maker 1415
LONDON LETTER

Britain's Strategy-Maker

SOME MEN are pitchforked into fame. Others attain it by a long laborious climb. But whether they are pitchforked or just struggle to the top they need one requirement—they must be born in the right period. If Napoleon had been born twenty years earlier he might never have been more than a good artillery general.
Washington Memo 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Washington Memo

The U.S. Capital is in a dither about inflation and manpower . . . and a Congress which is flaunting its independence
FIGHTER SWEEP 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

FIGHTER SWEEP

"You spot them, hurtling down at your plane. A great calm settles over you. Then the enemy is in your sights..."
DISHPAN DADDIES 67
GENERAL ARTICLES

DISHPAN DADDIES

Rule One for male novices in dishwashing: "Never let yourself in for a long-term contract"
Man With A Handshake 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Man With A Handshake

On one political trip Gordon Graydon talked with more than 10,000 people in 19,000 miles
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