August 1, 1945

GENERAL ARTICLES

Our Crazy Clothes

FICTION

RUSSIAN LADY

FICTION

TURN AGAIN HOME

Our Crazy Clothes 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Our Crazy Clothes

Never have so many worn so much—or so little—in the wrong places, claims an eminent Toronto doctor
RUSSIAN LADY 1617
FICTION

RUSSIAN LADY

Tanya brought trouble with her . . . But Macpherson was a solitary man, and the Russian Lady was very lovely
TURN AGAIN HOME 89
FICTION

TURN AGAIN HOME

Des meant it to be just a chicken coop. How could he know it would become his father’s personal backto-peace beacon?
BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter

They Who Get Slapped
It's the Happy Gang! 67
GENERAL ARTICLES

It's the Happy Gang!

Their radio menu ranges from corn to caviar, and they boast over a million fans five days a week— Meet The Happy Gang
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWAZ 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWAZ

Our Own "Frisco"
Washington Memo 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Washington Memo

THE United Nations Charter will be approved by the United States Senate by the requisite two-thirds vote. If all 96 members of that body are present when the vote is taken—and only a critical illness will keep any of them away on so important an occasion—64 affirmative votes will be necessary.
Get in the Swim 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Get in the Swim

Toss away those water wings, slow foot . . . You too can be an aquabat
In the Editor's Confidence 23
In the Editor's Confidence

In the Editor's Confidence

LAST ISSUE we announced that this one would contain an articleon Generalissimo Stalin, by Edgar Snow. It doesn’t. Negotiations with the New York publishing house which will bring out Mr. Snow’s book on Russia resulted in confirmation of our acceptance of a chapter on Stalin for publication in Maclean’s.
HOME-FRONT BOOBY TRAPS 67
GENERAL ARTICLES

HOME-FRONT BOOBY TRAPS

Hang on to that gratuity, Chum! The shysters will clip you more mercilessly than any Army barber
THIS IS BERLIN 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

THIS IS BERLIN

"To tell Germans how the war started, what Germany did and why she must pay is just as important as food and shelter in Berlin"
Parade 5253
HUMOR

Parade

THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
Security and Jobs Lie in Test Tubes 0_21
Editorials

Security and Jobs Lie in Test Tubes

EXPERTS in scientific branches of warfare know that the Allied victory in Europe was wrested in the nick of time. Had Germany been able to hold out a few months longer, new weapons, vastly more devastating than anything we possessed, would have been unleashed against us.
July 151945 August 151945