CAPTAIN KERRY had been playing second fiddle to old men all his life. He had started as cabin boy. At forty-four he had thirty years of faithful service with the Green Star Line behind him—and now this! His first command— and his last—until more old men died or were retired.By CARL CLAUSEN30 min
SOME OF the new season models are so unlike their antecedents that to identify them at sight one must first look at their name plates. Others outwardly resemble their immediate precursors. But two innovations that will be widely publicized and that have been all but universally adopted as standard equipment for 1940 models are sealed beam headlights and much improved safety glass.By WARREN B. HASTINGS11 min
THE PART women can play in national affairs was never more important than it is now. Canadian women are not called upon to fight in the front lines, but in other fields there is a job for everyone. And regardless of outside duties, the main concern of the woman with a home to manage is that her family shall be adequately cared for, even though the budget may need to be adapted to a scale consistent with national economy.By M. FRANCES HUCKS9 min
NOT THE least hard thing to do in Ottawa these days is to keep on seeing the forest despite the trees. Many, judging by confused advice and criticism, are seeing only the trees. Let’s take a look at the forest. Prime Minister King, to begin with, has been doing a fair war job.
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