November 15, 1948

Articles

Does Our Education Educate?

Articles

HE KHOWS HIS GROCERIES

Fiction

You Take the South Seas

Does Our Education Educate? 89
Articles

Does Our Education Educate?

Most college students, says this professor, are worthy, obedient —and stupid. Our aims are fuzzy and we train too many
HE KHOWS HIS GROCERIES 1617
Articles

HE KHOWS HIS GROCERIES

Life began at 49 for Milton Cork, the corner shopkeeper who became boss of Loblaw’s, Canada’s top grocery chain
You Take the South Seas 1011
Fiction

You Take the South Seas

Pop aimed to swap Ma’s dumplings for poi and mangoes on the beach. So he built the Aloha to sail for pearls and tropical sunsets
Young Man’s Challenge 1415
LONDON LETTER

Young Man’s Challenge

THE DAILY postbag of an M.P. is always a strange mixture. There are people clamoring for houses, cranks who want to prove that the British are the original Israelites and that we should all go back to Palestine; people who cannot collect war damage for injuries to their property because they failed to notify the authorities in time, protagonists who want longer prison terms for violent criminals and others who would do away with prisons altogether; friendly letters of encouragement, angry letters of disparagement, a young war wife wanting us to trace her G.I. husband, a limbless ex-serviceman asking for the right to open a small shop; and a naturalized subject pleading for assistance to bring his aged parents from central Europe.
THE HOPHEADS ARE AHEAD 1213
Articles

THE HOPHEADS ARE AHEAD

Canada is losing its war against dope, says this former member of the RCMP Drug Squad. Prevention is inadequate and cure almost nonexistent
Cross Country 7677
Cross Country

Cross Country

SIXTY-YEAR-OLD Arthur Smith of Lulu Island is the only farmer in British Columbia who grows tame cranberries which are able to compete on the market with the imported Cape Cod variety. Since austerity cut off the American supply, there has been a tremendous demand for the produce of Mr. Smith’s five acres of vines.
It’s a Great Day for Alberta 67
Articles

It’s a Great Day for Alberta

Albertans are tapping a rich new frontier right under their feet. Some experts say the province will be Canada’s Texas
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
LONDON LETTER

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

POWER POLITICS
NEW CROP ON THE CAMPUS 89
Articles

NEW CROP ON THE CAMPUS

Joe College, postveteran model, is still older than his years. He has a sober eye cocked towards business, the Atomic Age—and another war
Was Sheean’s Article Anti-Christian? 7071
MAILBAG

Was Sheean’s Article Anti-Christian?

In the course of Mr. Bodsworth’s article on color blindness (Oct. 1) he advances the theory that color perception is a very recent acquisition . . . that it may not have been acute as recently as 3,000 years ago. I am afraid there is not a shred of evidence to support this view . . .
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