IF “My Man Godfrey” started the screw-ball rolling, “Merrily We Live” looks like the final windup of the series. It follows the general outline of “My Man Godfrey”—if anything that looks as though it might have been whipped up with an egg-beater, can be said to have an outline.By ANN ROSS6 min
DOMINION census figures in 1931 placed the population of New Brunswick at 408,219, which is approximately the number of indignant New Brunswickers who have written to tell us that Saint John is in Saint John County, not King’s County, where we seem to have located it in Parade for April 1.
TIM BUCK, Communist leader who last year came pretty close to being elected a controller of the city of Toronto, has been spending some time in Moscow. He reported the recent Purge Trials for the Daily Worker, of Toronto, and spent a lot of somebody’s money on cable tolls to tell the Worker's readers that the trials were conducted in a manner superior to that of the Canadian courts.
THESE are days when a writer on world affairs can hardly finish an article before it is out of date. The pages of his manuscript are blown about by the hurricane of events.” So begins Beverley Baxter’s London Letter on page eleven of this issue (unless by the time we get this written it too has gone with the wind).
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