November 15, 1947

General Articles

BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH

Fiction

LEAVE THE SONG TO ME

Fiction

Love Me, Love My Doghouse

89

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BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH

Drab men, flashing tongues. Enmity in debate, amity in the lounge. Fruit juice flowing at the bar and every newsman a pundit. This is U.N.

1011

Fiction

LEAVE THE SONG TO ME

Singing George ruled the shipyard with fists like sledges—then he met a dark enemy he couldn’t beat

1819

Fiction

Love Me, Love My Doghouse

Both the big black dog and his master were slightly daffy like left-handed pitchers. But a woman loved them dearly—some of the time

1617

General Articles

BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK

Each year 12,000 illegitimate Canadian babies are born into a world of adoption rackets, orphanages, legal tangles and shame

1213

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TORONTO? E-r, u-h..

Toronto started out radical, grew up conservative. Or did it? An adopted son finds some odd skeletons in the closet

67

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WHERE'S THE MONEY GO?

Who’s cashing in on price jumps? Here are facts and figures

89

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Pierrette at the Met

This Montreal girl, who started out singing to her dolls, is a $25,000-a-year concert headliner and a diva at the Met

2021

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PEACE ON A DARK NIGHT

The war ended. Treaty makers blustered and squabbled over terms. Then peace came to Italy across a barbed-wire fence

67

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WHERE'S THE MONEY GO?

These are inflation’s victims, going short on milk, eggs and cocktails

2021

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Sea-borne Shantytown

Vancouver would dearly love to cut the hawser on its 1,800 tax-free houseboat colonists— but where else could they live?

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