The Hemisphere: Sabotage Again

Canada's armed services are faced with an alarming problem they have yet to lick: sabotage. Last year, the main bearings of the nation's only aircraft carrier, the Magnificent, were filled with sand and brass filings; last April, a bomber pilot found a Greenwood choking wad of cleansing tissue in the tube of his oxygen mask. Last week the hand of the saboteur struck again, this time at the Royal Canadian Air Force's big Greenwood base in Nova Scotia. Soon after taking off, the pilot of a Lancaster bomber ran into trouble. As he sought...

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