September 15, 1947

General Articles

Surpassing Expectations

Fiction

HOOD FOR A HAWK

General Articles

BIRDS ON THE BEAM

Surpassing Expectations 89
General Articles

Surpassing Expectations

Seen this Simmons girl? Ten movies at 18, starred in six, wowed ’em in Dickens? Well, wait’ll you see her as Ophelia
HOOD FOR A HAWK 2425
Fiction

HOOD FOR A HAWK

Henry planned to write history, not live it, until a password led him to a grim adventure in the high Pyrenees
BIRDS ON THE BEAM 1011
General Articles

BIRDS ON THE BEAM

Ducks have traffic laws, too. And that’s not all the bird men discovered when they began to put bracelets on quackers
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
General Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

The Merger and Margarine
GREEK TRAGEDY 1011
General Articles

GREEK TRAGEDY

Cursed with a "democratic” government of tyrants, plagued by rebel terrorists, unhappy Greece is a nation lost to hope
OUR SHAMEFUL V.D. RECORD 1617
General Articles

OUR SHAMEFUL V.D. RECORD

Stupidity, ignorance and moral laxity have made our postwar syphilis rates the highest in peacetime history
COME LIVE WITH ME 89
Fiction

COME LIVE WITH ME

Jan admired the house even before she met a boy who taught her about old furniture and new love
SOAPLESS SOAPS 5657
General Articles

SOAPLESS SOAPS

Soap’s reign is threatened by a new synthetic that makes water wetter
Why Books Cost Too Much 2223
General Articles

Why Books Cost Too Much

Taxes, tariffs and timid publishers—that’s why books are a luxury in Canada, says this best-selling novelist
TEETH WITHOUT TOOTHACHES 2627
General Articles

TEETH WITHOUT TOOTHACHES

Scientists wondered why kids around Ripley, Ont., had good teeth. Here’s what they found
THEY TEMPERED THE WHIRLWIND 67
General Articles

THEY TEMPERED THE WHIRLWIND

When the twister dealt death and ruin, Windsor pitched in, made good every loss—A moving story of goodwill at work
BABES IN THE WOODS 8889
General Articles

BABES IN THE WOODS

Oh for the life of a wilderness guide, nursemaiding a bunch of city slickers!
INDIA STEPS OUT 1415
BEVERLEY BAXTER’S LONDON LETTER

INDIA STEPS OUT

MR. ATTLEE was winding up for the Government in the Independence of India Bill. Appropriately, in the Empire Gallery there sat a dozen Indians. All day the public had been crowding the lobbies trying to gain admittance to the chamber, for they sensed the day as a historic one in their life as a people.
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