Issue: 19401015

Tuesday, October 15, 1940
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Maclean's Editorals
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War Loan Lesson
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AS THIS is written, the books for Canada’s Second War Loan have been closed with the objective passed by what seems to be a fairly comfortable margin. That is good news, but it should not dismiss the fact that in the early days of the campaign there were moments of anxiety in Ottawa.
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Overworked Ministers
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THERE being a spot of criticism above, let us now record that some of our Cabinet Ministers are working under such pressure that their health is being seriously endangered, and therefore their efficiency. Colonel Ralston, for instance, is at his desk early in the morning, stays there until all hours of the night, and invariably takes bundles of work home with him.
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The New Cars
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THE automobile manufacturers of Canada have wholeheartedly agreed that it is the duty of organized industry to place its contribution to the war needs of Canada and the Empire before all else, and then, as and when possible, to supply the domestic demand for its products as steadily as it can.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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SINCE two small English boys came to live with us, in order to meet with reasonable success in an after-school advisory capacity we have found it necessary to brush up our arithmetic. We must confess that at the beginning we toyed with the idea of asking Dr. Duncan McArthur, Ontario’s Minister of Education, if he could get us one of those books with the answers in the back.
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B.C.'s Aerial Ferry
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F. H. FULLERTON
TO SWING from a wire cable as you cross one of the most turbulent stretches of the famous Fraser River in your automobile, is the latest thrill British Columbia offers the motorist. One hundred and forty miles from Vancouver, B.C., on the east bank of the Fraser River, lies the settlement of Boston Bar on the historic old Cariboo Road.
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FICTION
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Pete Gets a Job
"It’s nice having you here," Pete's father-in-law told him. We like it. We like you -but how about getting a job?"
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BRENDAN GILL
ELLERBY GRANT thrust forward his grey head like an ill-tempered bulldog about to snatch a bone. He had found this gesture enough to freeze the blood of his staff at the Ellerby Grant Electrical Appliances Company; but the blue-eyed, black-haired, lank young man who had been his son-in-law for two weeks and two days, lay back on the couch and stared up at Ellerby Grant as if he were a mechanical toy.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Backstage at Ottawa
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A POLITICIAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
IF HUMILITY be the beginning of wisdom, the Government’s experience with the last war loan may have been good for our Cabinet Ministers. It shocked them out of complacency, out of the extraordinary delusion that the country was hanging upon their every word, filled with admiration for their achievements.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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NO! France Will Never Be Nazi
Says this writer: Germany may occupy all France but Nazism will never impose its will on the soul of the French people
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PIERRE LAZAREFF
TO BE divided among themselves is the most bitter fate of the vanquished. “Bad Frenchmen,” say those who remain in France to those who have gone. “You desert your unfortunate country.” “Bad Frenchmen,” say those who have gone, to those who remain. “You accept the invader’s law and comply with his wishes.”
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FICTION
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CROWD FEVER
The story of Dale Scarlett and her battle with crowd fever—that crawling, paralyzing fear which haunts even the golfing greats
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EDWIN RUTT
JEFF HAINES parked his second-hand car under a venerable maple, took a sniff of the hot blue-and-gold morning and opened the Middlemoor Golf Driving Range to the public. From the little clapboard shack that served as office and general storeroom, he brought forth a number of tin pails filled with golf balls and set one at each of his eight stalls. Stacks of clubs came next.
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LONDON LETTER
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Civilian Front Line
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Baverley Baxter's
THIS LETTER is being written on a Monday ... I was in the country and drove home in a leisurely sunshine in order to go out to dine with an elderly lady who lives near the Albert Hall. Forty-fiveyear-old Flight Lieutenant Goode, whom I found in the Maginot Line last January, is staying with me, and toward eight o’clock we set out in our little car.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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HOW DO WE PAY FOR WAR?
Says this writer: War is not fought with money . . we pay for it in labor and materials
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FLOYD S. CHALMERS
IT COSTS more to fight a war today than it ever did before. In the first full fiscal year of the last war, Canada spent about $475,000 a day as its share. In the last year of the Great War, the figure jumped to $1,400,000 a day. This war is more expensive.
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FICTION
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LUCY
Drama under the Big Top with Lucy, the gorilla, in the role of matchmaker
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DON TRACY
CHOOGER BLAIR was curled up on a bale of bay, trying to recapture a few of the many hundreds of hours sleep he had lost during his going-on-thirtysix years of life, when there was a hand at his shoulder and a voice in his exposed ear. “Chooger, my lad.”
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PICTORIAL
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CARS - 1941
A Parade of Motordom's New Car Models for 1941
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El Dorado
In which a heroic search finds its goal only to be confronted by a new and fantastic menace
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ALLAN SWINTON
<p>BARE TO the waist, in cotton trousers and grass sandals, his host’s gifts, Slim Driscoll stood and hacked a half-inch beard. For three days he had lain in this white, low-beamed room till strength was running in his veins again. Before that he recalled how, in response to his smoke signal, men had come up the road and brought them down into a fruitful land.</p>
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Motor Industry CARRIES ON
Canada’s car builders are working full speed ahead on both army vehicles and the new 1941 domestic models
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WARREN B. HASTINGS
IT IS ONLY a few weeks ago that people stopped enquiring whether there would be any 1941 automobile models. Indeed some of them did not enquire, but dogmatically asserted that there would be none. They had been informed by friends “in the know” that a secret order had been issued to all motor car manufacturers on 'his continent that no new models were to be produced.
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The Royal City
The story of Guelph, Ontario, big little city which has nurtured an extraordinary line of distinguished sons
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FREDERICK EDWARDS
ON THE EVENING of Monday, April 23, 1827, a group of half a dozen men pushed their way through rain-soaked bush beneath dripping trees to a chosen spot in the forests of what now is Wellington County, Ontario, and paused at the foot of a towering maple.
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RCA VICTOR COMPANY, LIMITED
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RCA VICTOR COMPANY, LIMITED
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Matter of Fact
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
The least explored part of the world is the so-called “Roosevelt’s Tableland” of 1.500,000 square miles situated on the boundary between the Brazilian states of Amazonas and the Matto Grosso. It is said by explorers that in the rivers and swamps of this tableland are still living giant lizards, which have been extinct in the other regions of the earth for many millions of years.
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Quiz
There's tantalizing entertainment for the whole family in
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Gordon Dustan's
A READER of “Quiz,” goaded to exasperation by the air of omniscience (professionally) assumed by this page and its compiler, wrote in recently that “every schoolboy should know” that a certain answer was such and such, and not—as printed—so and so.
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Fashion Capital
Style Centre of the World Has Moved from Paris to New York, is Claim
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WITH THE eclipse of Paris, New York is prepared to carry on as the I fashion capital of the world, according ! to an article by Virginia Pope in the New York Times Magazine: Eyes now turn to New York as the focal point for fashions. The couture, which for many years set the pace for style trends, is no more.
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Benefits of Walking
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THE mere act of walking exercises every muscle in our bodies. Keeps them j supple and trim, keeps our weight down, j Keeps us young and fit. When you walk, brace y'our shoulders I back; hold your head up and realize that : for once, at any rate, you are king of your j own little sphere.
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Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited
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Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited
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How to Kill Ants
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TO get rid of ants in a hill, locate the main opening to the latter and snuggle an inverted flowerpot into the soil over it. Then through the hole in the bottom of the pot, drop carbon tetrachloride at intervals of 30 minutes. Usually a two-hour treatment will kill every ant in the opening.
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Maclean's Crossword Puzzle
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Across Down 1. The Gate of Teais: strait at the entrance to the Red Sea. 9. Ben Bolt's forgotten girl friend. 10. Tumbling rapids. 13. Head of rural municipality. 14. The breaking of one dish may break the---. 15. Collection of African huts.
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Should Freedom Fall
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FREDERICK GEORGE SCOTT
Should Freedom fall and I had held aloof, What would my days be—days and months and years, My vision gone, my laughter drowned in tears And every heart-beat stinging with reproof; What bed would bring me sleep, what sheltering roof Would shield me from the lightning hail of fears And mockery of a world whose scorn and jeers Would crush me in the mire beneath its hoof? When young and old were slaughtered day and night, And pity, love and mercy cast aside, When monster hordes, in their satanic might, Were tearing down the cross on which Christ died,.
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY LIMITED
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY LIMITED
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The Prudential INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
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The Prudential INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
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Boys' War Work
In Britain, Many Schoolboys Spend After-school Hours in Munitions Plants
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IN BRITAIN, even boys are enthusiastic war workers, as will be seen from the following article from Modern World: Enthusiasm—that’s what we want! It is a characteristic of youth and cannot be beaten, either literally or figuratively. What is more, we are getting it.
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Island CameraHunter
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Historical Fire Engine
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A RELIC of the ages, linking the United Empire Loyalist town of Shelburne, Nova Scotia, with her glorious past, a past that saw the seaside town close to becoming the capital of the province, still remains in Shelburne, a gift from Royalty.
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Wartime India
Huge Quantities of War Supplies for Britain Are Now Manufactured
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THE EXTENT to which India is contributing to Britain’s war effort is summed up by the London Times as follows: 1 he trend of the war has emphasized the significance of India’s position in the Imperial chain which links the British Commonwealth together.
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Efficiency
The British Kind, Based on Co-operation, Excels the Ruthless Gertnan Brand
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THE difference between British and German efficiency is pointed out by Herbert N. Casson in the British magazine Efficiency. Says Mr. Casson: As there are now many new readers of this magazine, perhaps an article on British Efficiency would be timely and useful.
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Deadly Warcraft
Eternally Vigilant, East and Powerful, Destroyers Are Unsurpassed Fighters
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ONE of the most useful craft in the naval hierarchy is, according to H. W. Baldwin in the New York Times Magazine, the destroyer. Her wartime duties are manifold, her role of eternal vigilance and unrelenting struggle is extremely dangerous and exacting.
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New Wood Stove
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DEVELOPMENT of a new type woodburning stove, capable of heating two or three rooms and requiring filling only once or twice a day, is regarded by New England foresters as bringing new hope to farm woodlots which have long suffered for lack of a suitable market for cordwood.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Return Engagements
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
EAT AS heartily as you may, there are always left-overs from the Thanksgiving dinner. So we give you some hints on preparing them for a return engagement, as good management is more important than ever when there’s a war to win and the cost of living is on the up and up.
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The Home Workshop
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A Folding Bed Table
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War Oddities
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The English peacetime way to brew tea, is one spoonful for each cup and one for the pot. The wartime way is a reduction—one for each cup only, none for the pot. The savings is a mere sixty shiploads of tea per annum. If a tank soldier talks of destroying hornets, ants or maggots with his guns, he isn’t wasting ammunition on the insect world.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words .
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In or Under—"Wild ride in car ends in flowerbed,” says a headline. They more often end under flowerbeds.—Saint John TelegraphJournal. Pests—We detest a bill collector who keeps on ringing the doorbell as if he doubted our silence.—Brandon Sun.
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Wit and Wisdom
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" London Calling"
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Helen Hawthorne.
WHEN headlines are screaming sensational views And everything seems so upsettin’ When bombers are making their daily attacks r' From Land’s End and Dover to Stettin, A twist of the dial and into the room Comes the word which is bound to suffuse A confident ray through the deepest of gloom— “This is London, and here is the news.”
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Wit and Wisdom
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Carefree — Smiling cheerfully, the young man walked into the pawnshop and dumped an alarm clock on the counter with the brief comment: “How much?” “What’s the idea?” asked the pawnbroker. “Shan’t be needing it any more. After today the Government’s calling me up.
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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HUMOR
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Parade
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NATIONAL was a solemn Registration experience for millions of Canadians, but, human nature being what it is. there were lighter moments, some of them duly noted by our alert operatives. Many town-bound folks werestartled when asked bluntly: “Can you milk a cow?”
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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