OMINOUS rumblings of a new revolutionary movement breeding in rural Ontario, as portended in a letter to the editor of the Toronto Globe and Mail: I am writing to you to tell you that all the children of our school are very much disappointed that Premier King has announced that the King’s Birthday will be celebrated on a Saturday.
In Fewer Words Gone Either Way A woman looks upon a secret in two ways: Either it is not worth keeping, or it is too good to keep. —Galt Reporter. In the Red A cosmetic expert has produced a black lipstick that turns red when you make a mark with it. A lot of businessmen suspect that’s what they’ve been doing their bookkeeping with.
FOR SOME years past, considerable research work has been carried out with a view to determining the most suitable materials for house construction and equipment. As is usual in most things worth while, the horizons involved in this research work are far-reaching.By EVAN B. PARRY, F.R.A.I.C.3 min
Across 1. Entrance gate. 6. A------, though he’s no barbarian, Whets his steel for many an Aryan. 10. Having the qualities of a surly dog. 11. Reddish-brown. 12. One of those creepy-crawly reptiles. 13. Shut out. 16. Chinese lodges. 18. This lady wept even when turned to stone.
FACTORY ships are plowing the seas. They freeze and package fish, catch and can crabs, manufacture sardine oil and meal and reduce whales to oil and feed. They fly the ensigns of a dozen countries, among them Argentina, Germany, Great Britain, Russia and the United States, and the fleet is growing.
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