December 1, 1947

Fiction

The Old Man and the Radar

General Articles

The Isles At the Edge Of the World

Fiction

ONE PLUS ONE

The Old Man and the Radar 2021
Fiction

The Old Man and the Radar

The Captain had a low opinion of new gadgets and young sailors. It took a thick fog to blot out his old prejudices
The Isles At the Edge Of the World 2223
General Articles

The Isles At the Edge Of the World

On the bare, lonely Magdalens live 10,000 hardy, happy souls who still ride around in surreys yet get all their letters airmail
ONE PLUS ONE 1011
Fiction

ONE PLUS ONE

Love was like a problem in physics to Kate, until she found out that hearts are almost as destructive as atoms when they’re split
"DEAR MARY LOU—” 2223
General Articles

"DEAR MARY LOU—”

Lovelorn teen-agers of two nations demand advice from Toronto’s Mary Lou Dilworth —who’s a sage 18 herself
What Chance a Coalition? 1415
BEVERLEY BAXTER'S LONDON LETTER

What Chance a Coalition?

YESTERDAY I drove down to Lord Beaverbrook’s country house to say good-by to him before he sailed on the Queen Elizabeth en route to New Brunswick. To my delight there were a dozen young Canadians there from the University of New Brunswick who had won Beaverbrook Scholarships and are to attend London University for a year.
Left-hand Seat 2425
Fiction

Left-hand Seat

How could an airlines pilot be happy flying a mop? Pete had to get back in the air or their marriage would crack up
THE MAYOR OF ATOM VILLAGE 89
General Articles

THE MAYOR OF ATOM VILLAGE

To Canada’s teams in the atom race, Dr. David Keys is coach, captain and father - confessor
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
General Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

By-Election Blues
A BOSS LOOKS AT LABOR 1213
General Articles

A BOSS LOOKS AT LABOR

An employer and former head of Selective Service takes the stand and answers 20 questions on how business and labor can get along
Labor Listens to Little 1213
General Articles

Labor Listens to Little

AT THE Quebec City plant of Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper Co., of which Elliott Little is president and general manager, there is only one place to eat. It’s a bright, clean cafeteria where you get a good hot lunch for about 35 cents. Little eats there every day, usually with two or three workmen from the plant—not any particular two or three, just wherever there’s an empty chair.
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