November 1, 1943

GENERAL ARTICLES

CORVETTE IN ACTION

GENERAL ARTICLES

Washington Memo

FICTION

Pops-that's Solid!

CORVETTE IN ACTION 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

CORVETTE IN ACTION

Corvettes on patrol have bombs for breakfast. E-boats for tea and mines for supper... but they get those convoys through
Washington Memo 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Washington Memo

Marshall, Stettinius and Harriman make news as Washington ponders the postwar fate of $500,000,000 worth of bases outside the Western Hemisphere
Pops-that's Solid! 1617
FICTION

Pops-that's Solid!

A wacky hep chick was Julie, but she knew her Pops was no hot-horn bum and when he finally gave . . . Terrific!
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

NAMING of Nova Scotia’s Senator Wishart Robertson as president of the reborn National Liberal Federation recalls events which caused that once-flourishing organization to close its shutters in September, 1939. When war broke out the Federation’s guiding genius was Senator Norman Lambert.
FLIGHT TO DESTINY 89
FICTION

FLIGHT TO DESTINY

Starboard engine afire, oxygen system smashed, but "these babies don’t quit easily" . . . a thrilling story of ferry flying
PARADE 6061
HUMOR

PARADE

THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
In the Editor's Confidence 23
In the Editor's Confidence

In the Editor's Confidence

AT 21, Henry C. Cassidy, then a student at Harvard, diagnosed a growing restlessness as a news itch. Before deciding that it would develop into a career, he consulted the university’s vocational adviser. After several conferences, the adviser told Cassidy that he should take up school teaching; that he was “too bashful” ever to become a successful newsman.
BURNING ISSUE 67

BURNING ISSUE

Are Canadians going to get enough coal this winter?.. Here’s the lowdown on a crisis which affects all of us
THUNDER OVER TURKEY 1819

THUNDER OVER TURKEY

Turkey—door to the Balkans—with a million soldiers under arms is the hot spot of the Eastern Mediterranean
Map Your Menus 4243
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Map Your Menus

IT TAKES all kinds of work to win a war and let nobody think that housekeepers haven’t an important part in our victory program. Of course it depends on the way you do the job; if you’re not content with muddling through but learn to run your home economically and develop a smooth-working system for keeping your house in order, you deserve a service medal—or a star in your crown.
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