October 1, 1947

General Articles

THEY TAUGHT ME TREASON

General Articles

Next Stop — the Moon

General Articles

SECOND LOVE

THEY TAUGHT ME TREASON 67
General Articles

THEY TAUGHT ME TREASON

Begin today this first-hand story of a Canadian farm boy trained by Moscow as storm trooper of a world revolution
Next Stop — the Moon 89
General Articles

Next Stop — the Moon

Some rocket men hope to zip to the moon and back in this generation. It’s no trick at all — once you lick gravity
SECOND LOVE 1011
General Articles

SECOND LOVE

A boy and his puppy taught Grace that the heart keeps on loving even when it’s hurt
BEACHCOMBERS INC. 7071
General Articles

BEACHCOMBERS INC.

Down East they’ve built a thriving business on seaweed cast ashore by the waves. It’s a ready-made fireproof insulation
Mr. Micawber and the Crisis 1415
LONDON LETTER

Mr. Micawber and the Crisis

A FEW DAYS ago I paused by the banks of Loch Lomond and watched the reluctant sun give way to twilight. The world and its troubles seemed thousands of miles away and one was at peace with life. Nature still proclaims its law of beauty even in this harsh scorched earth era.
BIG NICKEL 2223
General Articles

BIG NICKEL

World wars, peacetime industry, and the bumper on your car, all depend on a vast operation with a little name—Inco
THE BLUE STONE 2021
Fiction

THE BLUE STONE

THE PROBLEM was who was going to marry my sister, and it was an old problem by the time the blue stone appeared. Kate is tall and lithe and brown and two years younger than I. She’s far better-looking than the rest of the family, and had so long a procession of suitors that I had forgotten the names and the faces of the first ones.
LOGBOOK 2425
Fiction

LOGBOOK

Ever see an RCAF logbook ? They’re like ledgers. But you have to go to a woman’s heart to get the whole story
BUG RANCHER 1617
General Articles

BUG RANCHER

He sells turtle hearts, nymphs and embalmed clams . . . Queer way to make a living? To Fred Troyer it’s a crusade — and fun, too
"This Isn’t Utopia, Mr. McMillan’’ 8081
MAILBAG

"This Isn’t Utopia, Mr. McMillan’’

I cannot resist the impulse to write to you in connection with Richard D. Am Quitting the Old World’’ McMillan’s “Why I (Maclean’s, Aug. 15). . . .With your permission I would like to spike the impression his article gives that, in coming to Canada, he is coming to a Utopian paradise.
September 151947 October 151947