BRUSSELS (By Cable)—In Brussels last month consternation fell upon the people. Dancing in the streets petered out; the mad revelry in cafés was no more; the holiday of food and wine and entertainment that began on the night of Sept. 3 was over.By L. S. B. SHAPIRO12 min
WHEN all United Nations meet to discuss the blueprint drafted at Dumbarton Oaks, Canada will probably have some suggestions about the make-up of the Security Council. That Council, you’ll remember, has five permanent seats for Great Powers, six nonpermanent seats for little powers.
MANY months ago Maclean’s stated its belief that the main issue on which the next Dominion election would be fought would be that of competitive enterprise vs. state socialism; that the growth of the CCF would make it so no matter what the older Parties might try to devise in the way of issues.
WHAT LIES ahead in aviation’s next 40 years, in its next 20, in the decade immediately before us? Does aviation become the straightline route to world peace through the skies; or does it go on from here to become a constant threat to our civilization through its use in the hands of aggressors?By Air Marshal William A. Bishop16 min
At Harm’s Length—The ideal nose, says an artist, is just one third the length of the face. A nose of this proportion can be poked into other people’s business, but not so far as to get punched.—Toronto Star. Or the Mikado’s Pinafore—Two soldiers of a unit in the South Pacific are named Gilbert and Sullivan.
Rest in peace under the beautiful sky of France, Son of Canada and glorious martyr. You have given your life for our deliverance— May your name be forever blessed in Heaven. So reads the epitaph on the grave pictured in our Remembrance Day cover—the grave of a Canadian fallen at Caen.
SHE WAS an attractive young woman about 27. Her teeth looked white, straight, strong. When told by her dentist that she might lose them as a result of already established pyorrhea it brought surprise and shock to her eyes. “But,” she protested, “how could that possibly happen?By Dr. Charles H. M. Williams15 min
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