May 15, 1948

Fiction

HOME'S WHERE YOU KEEP YOUR HEART

General Articles

The Fair that Means Business

General Articles

I SAW MY COUNTRY BETRAYED

HOME'S WHERE YOU KEEP YOUR HEART 1011
Fiction

HOME'S WHERE YOU KEEP YOUR HEART

Terry filled her apartment with fine furniture, but she had neglected to do anything about the rest of her life
The Fair that Means Business 2627
General Articles

The Fair that Means Business

Seller from Sweden and buyer from Bengal have a date in Toronto next month at America’s first world trade fair
I SAW MY COUNTRY BETRAYED 1213
General Articles

I SAW MY COUNTRY BETRAYED

Even before the war ended, says this former Czech cabinet minister, Russia was laying the groundwork for the grab
A BOOST FOR BACKWARD BRAINS 2425
General Articles

A BOOST FOR BACKWARD BRAINS

Fish is no brain food—but now in a common acid science sees new hope for the mentally deficient
Eagle for Hire 67
General Articles

Eagle for Hire

"I will drop bombs or fire guns for anyone who will pay me," says George Beurling, who finds peace even worse than life in the RCAF
There's No Pleasing Washington 1415
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

There's No Pleasing Washington

WITH a presidential election in the offing, Ottawa finds Washington a trifle hard to get along with these days. American farmers are protesting indignantly against import restrictions. When the controls first went on there was no outcry because the Americans didn’t even notice them.
THE WHITE HOUSE SWEEPSTAKES 89
General Articles

THE WHITE HOUSE SWEEPSTAKES

In strange tribal ritual Republicans will pick the man they’re sure will be next U.S. President. On their choice may hang the world’s future
Cross Country 1415
General Articles

Cross Country

IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, defaulting debtors can still be sent to prison. And, if they know their rights, they can demand to be served with free beer. But rights or no rights, they’re unlikely to get it. Nevertheless, the free-beer clause still stands in an old law adopted by the crown colony of British Columbia in 1858 from an even earlier British statute of 1759.
Crying for the Sun 1415
LONDON LETTER

Crying for the Sun

I WISH to put on record that my garden is in bloom, that the sun is shining in a cloudless sky and that my Aberdeen Terrier “Max,” instead of hurling insults at the dog next door, is peacefully sitting on the grass and blinking like a philosopher who has been up too late.
Shoparoon for Maggie 2223
Fiction

Shoparoon for Maggie

Meet the masters of Ecclefechan—their stern codes applied equally to rainbow trout and a pretty girl called Margaret
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