IF YOU had been in the gallery of the House of Commons when Sir Stafford Cripps brought in his Budget last April you would have seen, sitting to the right of the Chancelor on the Government front bench, two men in morning dress wearing top hats.
Canada and the U. S. Many many thanks to Mr. Arthur Lower for “If We Joined the U. S. A.” (June 15). I believe that if every Canadian citizen could have the opportunity to read your article they would certainly be in favor of uniting the two nations; united in arms in wartime and why not in peace . . .?—George Hamel, Hearst, Ont.
OLD-LINE politicians are talking too much, and doing too little, about the recent victories of the CCF. To listen to some of them, you’d think the election returns of the past two months were a personal triumph for Uncle Joe Stalin. This is not only rubbish, it’s the blindest kind of buck passing.
THOUSANDS of parents this month will lose weight, sleep and peace of mind worrying about a disease which kills far fewer Canadian children each year than the common whooping cough. Poliomyelitis, the mysterious childhood crippler which more frequently maims than it kills, reaches its seasonal peak during the hot, humid days of midand late summer.By CHARLES NEVILLE13 min
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