JUST A YEAR AGO I reported on these pages certain economic predictions. Not my own, for I am no economist; they represented the views of the ablest professional brains in Ottawa. Though shouted down, distorted, and smeared in the election campaign a few months later, these predictions have been vindicated.By BRUCE HUTCHISON22 min
As the Queen's spinster sister, Margaret plays her unique role on the world stage. How does she view her job? What's the truth about her romances? Here’s a searching look at the Princess we’ll see this summerBy MARJORIE EARL21 min
BEST BET TEACHER’S PET: In spite of the fact that it becomes unaccountably slow and solemn toward the finish, this is a bright enjoyable comedy about bigcity newspaperdom. Clark Gable, a self-made city editor, despises academic punditry.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
My most memorable meal was a Thanksgiving dinner when I was about twelve. The parents and sister of two brothers I spent most of my time with were suddenly called away for the day and it was arranged that we three boys could try our hand at cooking a small turkey and making our own meal.By Robert Thomas Allen2 min
I believe we can trust the Russians. I am equally convinced that we must trust the Russians, must find common ground for agreement with them. Our present American course of provocation, insult and threat can lead only to one terrible outcome: the final world war.By CYRUS EATON10 min
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