March 1, 1947

FICTION

DOG FOR PAULA

GENERAL ARTICLES

Insult & Injury, Inc.

GENERAL ARTICLES

I CAN HEAR!

DOG FOR PAULA 1617
FICTION

DOG FOR PAULA

A light-minded tale about a tomboy who craved a pup, and a big sister who was allergic... but not to love
Insult & Injury, Inc. 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Insult & Injury, Inc.

Adverthers take a real beatng on the Weird Gentile-Binge radio program. But the public likes it, so the sponsors have to
I CAN HEAR! 89
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I CAN HEAR!

The writer lived in the murmuring solitude of deafness until surgery let the voice of the world return in a glorious shout
Miss Nelly, Spinster 1011
FICTION

Miss Nelly, Spinster

"And don't ever cut your hair." That was Clem's farewell. For 17 years Miss Nelly remembered
Jehovah's Secret Agents 89
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Jehovah's Secret Agents

Who are the Witnesses? How do they operate? What do they believe? A firsthand report on Quebec's "underground"
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

The Sharks and The Sprats
Do We Gag Our Writers? 1213
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Do We Gag Our Writers?

Why is there no great Canadian novel? Because Canadians are placid, puritanical, behind the times, says MacLennan
Truman For President? 1415
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Truman For President?

Londoner in U. S. A. finds Truman’s star rising since the Democrat defeat, prophesies we’ll hear from Harry in 1948
Peace Is Inevitable 67
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Peace Is Inevitable

In the thirties, Werner was sure there would be war. Today he’s sure there won’t be. Here he tells us why
Washington Memo 1415
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Washington Memo

NO OTHER public appointment within the experience of this observer has received such sincere and unqualified acclaim from all political factions as General George C. Marshall’s to the Secretaryship of State. This really tremendous expression of confidence in his integrity and wisdom will help him in his new tasks, up to a point.
Canada's Mr. Bridge 1213
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Canada's Mr. Bridge

Wherever the sharks cut for deal they know Shorty. He still gets fun playing the game that's his work
Parade 6869
HUMOR

Parade

THERE’S an Air Commodore, retired, who has set up in business in a west coast community as local representative for a fire equipment firm, and a thoughtful reader sent us one of his newspaper advertisements. After a diplomatic warning that even the town’s “superefficient fire service cannot replace immediate preventive action,” the ad urges that every house should have a fire extinguisher.
IN THE Editors' Confidence 45
IN THE Editors' Confidence

IN THE Editors' Confidence

IT’S A SAD axiom of the publishing trade that a prophet is without honor in his own scrapbook. That’s what makes Max Werner famous. He’s one of the few literary pundits who has been able consistently to look over his old clippings without blushing—which is our justification for supplying him with a limb on which to hang his latest prediction, “Peace Is Inevitable” (page 7).
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