Issue: 19410801

Friday, August 1, 1941
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Conscription
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EVENTS and public reaction to them may force a conscription issue in spite of the Government’s efforts to avoid one. It is hard to reconcile the fact that, during his western tour, Prime Minister King devoted a considerable part of two speeches to an energetic defense of his adherence to the no-conscription policy with statements that those urging conscription are a small minority.
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Guns From Sorel
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ON JULY 1 there was an exciting celebration at Sorel, P.Q. A trainload of special guests and the entire population of the city joined in the dedication of the first 25-pounder field gun built in Canada. A surprise was sprung when five other finished guns whizzed out, to join in a six-gun salvo.
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Understanding
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THE British Board of Education is conducting summer courses for school teachers on American history and life in the United States. Staff men of the British Broadcasting Corporation have been touring the United States making records of American life to be broadcast in Britain.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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In the Editor's Confidence
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FEW writers who express themselves in native English have as sound a knowledge and understanding of the French Canadian as has Leslie Roberts. He has lived most of his life in Quebec, mainly in Montreal and the Eastern Townships. That in itself doesn’t mean a great deal, because we know other people who have lived in Quebec all their lives and they know next to nothing about their French-speaking compatriots.
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES COMPANY, LTD.
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES COMPANY, LTD.
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Quebec and the War
Despite difficulties Jean Baptiste is doing well as a volunteer. Convince him that the Hun is at our gate, not at somebody else’s gate; and he would accept conscription
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Says LESLIE ROBERTS
WHAT ARE the facts about French Canada and the war? When French-Canadian leaders of Church, State and Press preach, broadcast or write pro-war, are they running against the stream of public opinion in their own bailiwick? Is their attitude merely a pose to cloak lukewarm sentiments?
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Today My Son Will Wed
"Suddenly, seeing Chad standing there, waiting, I—his mother— knew I was giving his bride a greater gift than any other"
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DORIS HUME
JUST FOR an instant on reaching the church door I paused because of the breathlessness that unsteadied me. Then, “I’m Chad’s mother,” I told the tall young usher, accepting gratefully the staunch support of his arm as he led me down the aisle to the ribbon-guarded pew reserved for the family of the groom.
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"Bundles for Britain"
A flood tide of U.S. aid is sweeping across the ocean to Britain from the soda jerker, the man at the gas pump, and the girl in the Five-and-Ten
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ANTHONY GIBBS
THERE IS something going on in these United States which other people, and especially the people of the British Empire, ought to know more about. It has nothing to do with convoys, or airplanes or tanks or guns, or what the President or the senators say or think in Washington.
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The Cards We Hold
We played our hand badly in Norway, Greece and Crete— but Hitler played his last trump when he marched on Russia —Reed
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DOUGLAS REED
IONDON—Since I last wrote for Maclean's the picture of the war has been entirely changed through the German attack on Russia. Until the last week in June the spectral menace of the only disaster still unsuffered hovered over this beleaguered but undefeated Island—the menace that Russo-German “friendship” would be transformed into a full military alliance for a joint blow at Britain.
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LEADFOOT
It takes a tough, proud breed to cut a road through a mountain wilderness. The drifter proved to the camp —and to his girl—that he was both
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HAROLD CHANNING WIRE
WE HAD finished our meal in the mess tent that noon and still had ten minutes’ smoke time left, when we went out and found this drifter waiting among the giant road machines in our camp yard. He was standing beside one of the big sixteen-ton cats, a slight, thin fellow anyway, looking even smaller with the caterpillar’s treads higher than his shoulders.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
An Interview With McNaughton
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ON AN ICY Tuesday evening in June I set out to drive to the headquarters of Lieut.-General A. G. L. McNaughton somewhere in England. The talk, that we had arranged, had taken on an unusual character which perhaps merits a word of explanation.
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PICTORIAL
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WOMEN IN UNIFORM
The new call to the colors finds thousands of Canadian women, like these Red Cross Transport drivers, already training to serve
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CANADA is calling on the women of the Dominion for military service. Seven thousand women will be enlisted in the next few months, Ottawa has announced, to perform auxiliary services for the Army, Navy and Air Force as drivers, cooks, waitresses, canteen helpers, typists and messengers.
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Turn Back the Clock
Janet Manly determines to learn why the man-who-grew-young met death— Then abruptly gun-fire tears away a charlatan's cloak of cunning
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JOHN WILSTACH
DR. JANET MANLY, clever and attractive young woman psychiatrist who is trying to establish a practice in the village of Milleron, saves her first patient, sixty-two-year-old RANSOM PETERS, wealthy, retired businessman depressed by his loss of youth, when he locks himself in his library and threatens to shoot himself.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Hints for Hampers
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL, Director, Chatelaine Institute
THERE are people in the world who can’t enjoy their meals without having a roof over their heads. But most of us don’t care tuppence about the roof; it’s the food that counts and we think it tastes best of all when eaten out of doors with the fresh air to sharpen our appetites.
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ANACONDA AMERICAN BRASS LIMITED
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ANACONDA AMERICAN BRASS LIMITED
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Figuratively Speaking When one who loathes outdoor diversions Starts to haunt where the gulls swoop and screech, The attractions may be In the waves of the sea, Or it may be the curves of the beach. —Helen Hawthorne. Irish Confetti—Bombing in Ireland makes civil dissension dangerous.
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HUMOR
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Parade
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AS you may have anticipated all sorts of quaint contingencies have arisen because of the series of experimental blackouts carried through by many inland Canadian cities these few weeks past. In Montreal, the well-known sportsman Norman Dawes, acting in his capacity of Warden found occasion to scold his friend, John Bassett, publisher of the Montreal Gazelle.
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