WHAT’S There’s no a poor denying cook we to have do? a harder row to hoe nowadays with rations, restrictions and whatnot to put a curb on our menus. But we’re doing very nicely, thank you, by concentrating on the good things we have in abundance and not bothering much about any others.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL Director Chatelaine Institute5 min
PREPARATIONS for the news coverage of the Dieppe raid were nothing if not thorough. Twenty-two correspondents, five American, the rest British and Canadian, sailed with the flotilla which carried Canada’s soldiers to their first European fighting assignment of the war.
MANY YEARS AGO a reporter on the staff of The Daily Express came into my office to discuss a hackneyed plan of going around England and writing up “local stories.’’ The idea, of course, was based on the reasonable assumption that people liked reading about themselves and that circulation in each selected area would experience a fillip.By Bovoney Baxter11 min
Editur of Maclean’s ASOUTHCOAST TOWN, England (By Cable). Under the shade of centuriesold trees in the green fields of the southern English countryside I have toured various Canadian Army camps and talked for hours with the men who returned from Dieppe— men of Toronto’s Royal Regiment, the Winnipeg Camerons, the South Saskatchewans, the Essex Scottish, the Calgary Tanks, the Fusiliers Mont Royal and others.By H. NAPIER MOORE3 min
IT IS still too early to assess fully the significance of the Dieppe raid. The complete story probably will not be known until after the war. However, careful analysis of the available reports, published and unpublished, suggests a number of conclusions.
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