April 15, 1948

General Articles

Sheep in Men’s Clothing

Fiction

SURVIVAL

Fiction

HOW NOW, GOSSIP?

Sheep in Men’s Clothing 89
General Articles

Sheep in Men’s Clothing

The horse, Lord Byron and James Watt’s teakettle still have a strangle hold on fashion-numbed males
SURVIVAL 2021
Fiction

SURVIVAL

THOSE cigarettes ought to be dry by now,” Mrs. Davis said. She had been saying it for a long time, with a childlike insistence, and every time she said it Mr. Davis had said, “Not yet, Isabel.” But this time he leaned forward and touched the cigarettes where they lay drying on the thwart, picked one up and put it between his lips.
HOW NOW, GOSSIP? 1011
Fiction

HOW NOW, GOSSIP?

IT WAS eight o’clock of a fine Saturday evening in early September when John Willy Wigglesworth dropped his bombshell. “The wedding,” he announced calmly, “will be put off to the 29th.” Manlike, he meant no harm, but his mother’s little kitchen suddenly crackled with suspicion.
THE CHILDREN’S FACES 1617
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THE CHILDREN’S FACES

It was so pleasant up there on the roof in the hot sun. Nothing to bother you except the sound of the kids at play
CANCER CAN BE BEATEN 89
General Articles

CANCER CAN BE BEATEN

There’s hopeful news about cancer. One authority predicts: "The cure will come and, I believe, well within our time.”
Crime, Sex and Democracy 1415
General Articles

Crime, Sex and Democracy

BEVERLEY BAXTER'S FAREWELL TO U.S.
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
General Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

War or Peace? Watch Italy
The Great Lakes 2223
General Articles

The Great Lakes

Along a trail the voyageurs blazed, 2,000 monster steel canoes ply North America’s inland seas to keep a continent alive
CONQUEST WITHOUT BLOOD 67
General Articles

CONQUEST WITHOUT BLOOD

In Prague, the Communists showed how to seize a country, grab its wealth and crush its liberties in five days — without a shot
Canadian Youth "Debauched, Imbecile?" 7677
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Canadian Youth "Debauched, Imbecile?"

The Controversial Baxter I like Beverley Baxter as a writer but his last few letters seem away off the beam. While he blames the British for voting against Churchill, he does not state that this was the first election since before Munich and maybe they were just giving Churchill a rest while they cleaned off his coattails.
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