February 1, 1944

GENERAL ARTICLES

Victory in Aluminum

SPORT

Ski Turins

GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

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GENERAL ARTICLES

Victory in Aluminum

PEARL HARBOR week, two scrubby freighters lay in St. Thomas, British West Indies. They were Panama registry, to comply with the late United States Neutrality Act, but they were American boats, loaded with bauxite from British Guiana— bauxite is the ore of aluminum.
Ski Turins 1819
SPORT

Ski Turins

Montrea's Wurtele twins are dynamite on skis ... Even the men admit these sisters can blast a tough course wide open
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GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

COL. RALSTON will, of course, have to take the brunt of the McNaughton retirement—a task which may prove neither easy nor pleasant. At this writing it is not clear how much can or will be disclosed in the forthcoming debates. To tell the whole story would probably reveal military secrets which may have to wait the war’s end or later for disclosure.
Dog Story 1617
FICTION

Dog Story

He was only a city dog, unused to commands. But he obeyed the voice of an injured man ... and an instinct older than history
WHY US? 89
FICTION

WHY US?

THIS is a very slight, very personal story and yet it should be told. It concerns only three people —young Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dorne and a young man named Ezra Field. They are not particularly important people and yet their story seems to me to be important.
PARADE 4849
HUMOR

PARADE

THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
Battle on the Airwaves 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Battle on the Airwaves

THIS is London calling,” says the BBC announcer. And then, as a pandemonium of whistles, hoots and crackles assaults the ether, he adds, calmly, “And that is Germany jamming it.” We catch that much and miss half the next sentence. The next few words are fairly clear, and then there is a muffled passage.
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GENERAL ARTICLES

Parachute Surgery

THE ranging tank columns and the sprawling mobile warfare of modern invasion have replaced the static trench battles of World War I. Present-day armies fight in three dimensions, where their fathers fought in two; cubic warfare creates new conditions and sets new problems.
They're All Human 45
GENERAL ARTICLES

They're All Human

ONE DAY in London last October I had the good fortune to draw Lord Louis Mountbatten out of a hat. This is how it happened. The sitting which had been arranged with one of the war’s most romantic figures allowed for only half an hour to be divided into five-minute periods for six photographers of whom I was one.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME

Food For Thought!

YOUR table may groan this year but it won’t be from the weight of food upon it. Not that it will go bare or the folks around it go hungry for even if you can’t play the Lady Bountiful to your family and friends you can still serve them good plain cooking and make them like it.
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