YESTERDAY I drove down to Lord Beaverbrook’s country house to say good-by to him before he sailed on the Queen Elizabeth en route to New Brunswick. To my delight there were a dozen young Canadians there from the University of New Brunswick who had won Beaverbrook Scholarships and are to attend London University for a year.
AT THE Quebec City plant of Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper Co., of which Elliott Little is president and general manager, there is only one place to eat. It’s a bright, clean cafeteria where you get a good hot lunch for about 35 cents. Little eats there every day, usually with two or three workmen from the plant—not any particular two or three, just wherever there’s an empty chair.By BLAIR FRASER7 min
MANY commentators have been comparing the debate over the Marshall program for Europe to that over LendLease in the early months of 1941. Others find precedent in the two-year debate on the creation of an international organization to preserve pence, which culminated in the ratification by the Semate of the United Nations Charter.By ERNEST K. LINDLEY5 min
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