Here’s two bits of filler from the February 8 1945 edition of the Toronto Daily Star that prove that newspaper editors would go to great lengths to ensure that no space was left unfilled.
First, this fact about Mexico:
I guess that’s useful to know.
And here’s a bit that showed that the editor was obsessive about not leaving any white space anywhere:
Two rows of text in three columns!
If you want to learn more about Henry Douglas Wynter, his Wikipedia page is here. I could find nothing at all on the Internet about Vita-B wheat germ cereal, alas.