NAMING of Nova Scotia’s Senator Wishart Robertson as president of the reborn National Liberal Federation recalls events which caused that once-flourishing organization to close its shutters in September, 1939. When war broke out the Federation’s guiding genius was Senator Norman Lambert.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK5 min
AT 21, Henry C. Cassidy, then a student at Harvard, diagnosed a growing restlessness as a news itch. Before deciding that it would develop into a career, he consulted the university’s vocational adviser. After several conferences, the adviser told Cassidy that he should take up school teaching; that he was “too bashful” ever to become a successful newsman.
IT TAKES all kinds of work to win a war and let nobody think that housekeepers haven’t an important part in our victory program. Of course it depends on the way you do the job; if you’re not content with muddling through but learn to run your home economically and develop a smooth-working system for keeping your house in order, you deserve a service medal—or a star in your crown.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL2 min
AS THE spokesman for a labor organization with six and a half million members. I want to make it emphatically clear here and now that the American Federation of Labor stands four-square in support of free and private enterprise. We recognize the right to own and manage property for public service and private profit.
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