February 15, 1944

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VERSE AND REVERSE

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The Britain I Want

VERSE AND REVERSE 89
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VERSE AND REVERSE

Carl knew his poetry . . . but when it came to the showdown it was George who made love rhyme with hockey
VD... No. 1 SABOTEUR 67
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VD... No. 1 SABOTEUR

Herewith the grim and startling facts about VD in Canada
The Britain I Want 1011
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The Britain I Want

"The great political problem of our day is to reconcile political liberty with the organization of security." — Hogg
A PRISONER IS LONELY 1213
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A PRISONER IS LONELY

One of the first Canadians to return from enemy hands tells the inside story of life inside a Nazi prison camp
The Home and The Family 1617
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The Home and The Family

"It isn't where a kid comes from," said George. "It's what you do to him and what he does to you that says whose kid he really is,"
BASIC TALK 1819
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BASIC TALK

Says this writer: Divisions of language can separate people more than a chain of mountains ... Basic English could help unify the world
Cairo—Intrigue Hot Spot 1011
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Cairo—Intrigue Hot Spot

Cairo ... is the crossroads of the world ... a city of secrets where diplomats wrangle and spies are a dime a dozen
Cross Country 1415
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Cross Country

B.C. boardinghouses feel pinch Winnipeg hits salvage jack pot Toronto debates town planning Maritimes dory days may pass
"Monty" the Mighty 45
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"Monty" the Mighty

He looks like a hawk . . . thinks like a fox . . . and never starts a fight until he knows he can finish it
ICE BALLERINA 1213
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ICE BALLERINA

It’s a long jump from amateur skater to star of a big ice revue . . . But Eleanor O’Meara made it without nicking a skate
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