September 1, 1952

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GUNS ARE FOR MEN

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How Social Credit Took B.C.

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Got two hours for dinner?

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GUNS ARE FOR MEN

All was love and laughter in the log cabin until the midnight marauder came between them. And Clara learned that sometimes in the New World the woman could be the hunter
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How Social Credit Took B.C.

In B. C.'s strangest election a group of rank amateurs, who'd never been in politics before, suddenly found themselves forming a government. Here's the astonishing story of how they did it
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Got two hours for dinner?

Told Canada had the best food in the world and the worst cooks, two Belgians emigrated to Quebec City to open a restaurant that now lures epicures from Calgary to Key West
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WARRIOR

Sgt. Tommy Prince, grandson of an Indian chief, won ten ribbons fighting Germans, Italians and Chinese. But now the blood of his ancestors demands he fight again to prove a man’s color doesn’t count on the warpath
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RHYMES IN A TEN-CENT SCRIBBLER

Critics sometimes make fun of the homespun verses of Edna Jaques, Canada’s best-selling poet, but her sweet songs bring help and joy to housewives and sailors and bring her a comfortable livelihood
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THE ROUGHRIDING MAYOR OF DOBBERVILLE

In a city formerly known as Regina, a lanky and amiable American quarterback named Glen Dobbs has set an entire province on its ear and pushed Hopalong Cassidy into the shadows as a kids’ hero
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THE STAR WITH THE DISHPAN HANDS

Immigrant Eva von Gencsy came right from the kitchen to dance to stardom with the Winnipeg Ballet. Back in Salzburg the balletomanes have never seen anything quite like her interpretation of the sultry siren that's known as Lou
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PUT IT BACK, LADY!

Here's how store detectives in the bustling supermarts catch hundreds of food pilferers each year. And, the strange thing is, the shopper who slips a ham under a coat is that nice man or woman next door
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London Letter

BELGRADE LAUGHS AT THE KREMLIN

I WILL tell you a good joke," said the Yugoslavian Minister, "a Yugoslavian joke." There were half a dozen of us dining at Lord Beaverbrook's London flat and we received the minister's pronouncement with what might be described as modified rapture.
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BACKSTAGE

Why I Demonstrated For Doug

THREE years out of four the average Canadian thinks he understands his American cousins so well that he’s qualified to explain them to the rest of the world, and vice versa. But every leap year the American eagle sprouts a gay new set of tailfeathers and soars off in a dizzy spiral that leaves even Canada baffled—a United States election campaign.
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