PEOPLE OF pacifistic views have been doing a lot of worrying lately for fear Canada’s increased defense appropriations are designed to turn the nation into an armed camp, but doubtless the following item which appeared in the Brandon Sun recently set a good many minds at rest.
Director Chatelaine Institute REGULAR cut-ups, aren't you? Not referring, of course, to your playful moods, but to the paring, coring, slicing and carving that goes on in the kitchen. For the serious business of housekeeping, a good knife is as important in its way as any other piece of equipment around the place.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL6 min
Reconfederation WHATEVER ELSE the Rowell Commission on Federal-Provincial relations may do, it certainly cannot report that it got no concrete suggestions from the West. A Moose Jaw municipal official, H. W. Bromwich, has sent in a copy of proposals submitted by him to the commission, and they must have left its members breathless.
TWO YEARS AGO we went out to Alberta to look into Social Credit. We wrote what we thought was a fair appraisal of the situation as it then existed, and wound up by venturing the opinion that Premier Aberhart couldn’t do what he had promised the electors he would do.
The All-Western All-Star rugby team was selected for Maclean’s by the following committee of the Western Canada Rugby Football Union: A. M. Naismith, Calgary, president, W. C. R. F. U Dr. Walter Sturdy, Vancouver, first vice-president, W. C. R. F. U.; F. C. Wilson, Regina, second vice-president, W. C. R. F. U.; A. E. Tomlinson, Saskatoon, past president, W. C. R. F. U.; Stan Pepler, Winnipeg, immediate past president, W. C. R. F. U. In addition, Ralph Allen, Dave Dryburgh, Ralph Wilson and Harold Straight, sports editors respectively of the Winnipeg Tribune, Regina Star, Calgary Herald, and Vancouver Star, were consulted; while George Mackintosh and Ken McConnell of the Edmonton Journal gave valuable assistance.
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