Issue: 19420515

Friday, May 15, 1942
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MOFFATS LIMITED
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MOFFATS LIMITED
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PHILCO
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In the editor's confidence
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THAT EERIE sound you heard toward the end of April-a sort of Gargantuan exhalation surging across the land, rustling the treetops and lifting the topsoil-was us. Well, not altogether us, but a combination of us, half a dozen special writers, the Press Censorship Department and the public relations officials of the Departmet~t of Munitions and Supply, unitedly heaving a sigh over the completion of this Industrial Front Number of Maclean's.
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THIS IS WHAT WE THINK
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The Nation’s Forge
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AS ONE of a series of numbers devoted to the various branches of Canada’s War Effort (previous numbers have featured the Air Force, the Army and the Navy) this issue of Maclean’s presents in compact form the story of our Industrial Front. It is a story of considerable achievement.
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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We Are the Workers
"In our ears the din in our eyes the glare we are the munitions workers . . « carrying the torch behind the battle line"
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EDNA JAQUES
SOMEWHERE in Ontario there is a shining new town just a year old, with white sidewalks and little sodded lawns. A tall white flagpole stands in a tiny square and the British flag waves gaily in the clean Canadian sky-gaily, despite the fact it is dirty and ragged.
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Production H.Q.
Involving multimillion plants and the ash on Pa’s vest, the Department of Munitions and Supply buys, makes, controls the sinews of war
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KENNETH R. WILSON
CANADIANS never dreamed there could be such a creature. It buys or builds, controls or confiscates from Sydney Mines to Nootka Sound. It can seize a million-dollar plant or strip the tires from your motor car. Without its permission you cannot use a ton of steel or buy a gallon of gasoline.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Minister of Supply
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GRANT DEXTER
IT IS C. D. Howe, Minister of Munitions and Supply, talking, following a trip to Britain in which his ship, the Western Prince, was torpedoed: “Then we saw the U-boat . . . It played its searchlight on us. It was only about from here to the wall away (about fifty feet).
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PICTORIAL
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HIGHLIGHTS OF CANADA'S INDUSTRIAL WAR EFFORT
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NOT one of these “general managers” has yet used all of his powers. But the shadow of their authority lengthens every day. Thus George R. Cottrelle, Oil Controller, now requires each of us to produce a coupon for every gallon of gas we buy. All Mr. Cottrelle’s authority stems from the Department of Munitions and Supply.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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FIRE POWER
Wars are still won with guns, shells, bullets. canada now makes guns by the thousand, shells by the mil-lion, bullets by the hundred million
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LESLIE ROBERTS
EAST with from loads Montreal of scrap metal trucks clutter bulging the untidily South Shore highway. Down the railroad which, before Munich, was just a couple of streaks of rust meandering across French Canada, freight cars laden with torn-up street railway tracks, rusted girders, beams and worn-out skillets crawl along behind wheezy locomotives.
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LONDON LETTER
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The Old Order Changeth
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Beverley Baxter's
LONDON, April 18 (By Cable). There never was a moment in her history when Britain was faced with so many imminent, fateful problems, yet there never was a moment when the British people have shared their thoughts so equally between the present and the future.
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Backstage at Ottawa
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
OTTAWA beat out Washington, but only by a head, for the coming United Nations’ Air Training Conference. Washington, which perhaps pardonably regards itself as the present centre of war gravity, thought it had the gathering as a matter of course; went so far as to issue invitations to the air chiefs of the nations concerned.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross-Country
B.C. faces a wood shortage ! Calgary’s guerillas ride Saskatchewan wants war plants Cleanup waves hit Toronto Water pressure worries Halifax
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HASTINGS grounds, has PARK, become Vancouver’s the strangest fair “manning pool” in Canada, centre of the roundup of Japanese coastal residents who are being evacuated to safe inland points. First those living in the further coastal regions, such as the Queen Charlotte Islands, were moved to the camp.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Shape of Ships to Come
Shipbuilding in Canada threatened to become a lost art between wars —but now the yards are booming
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LAWRENCE CRAIG
CANADA'S wartime shipbuilding program, as it stands at the end of the first quarter of 1942, has about it the incredible dimensions of a fairy tale. You must turn to Jack and the Bean stalk for an appropriate analogy. Its growth has been phenomenal.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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WINGS
Fighters, trainers, bombers, flying boats —Canada now builds nearly twice as many a week as she used to build in a prewar year
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RONALD A. KEITH
THE STORY of Canada’s warplane industry can be summarized in two sentences: Before the fighting began, about a thousand people puttered at the job of building some forty “stick and string” planes a year. Today 42,000 men and women are industriously producing nearly twice this number of military planes every week.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Chemistry Fights
From earth, water and aír Canada’s 45,000 chemical workers unleash deadly forces to hurl against the enemy
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LEONARD L. KNOTT
NO ONE can tell where the war work of the chemist begins, or where it ends—not even the chemist. Yet chemistry is the most potent of all war weapons used on all fronts and behind the lines. Canadian chemistry in 1942 is everything that it was before the war greatly expanded, plus a brand new $115,000,000 war weapon built from the ground up since September, 1939.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BATTLE BUGGIES
Every three minutes another military vehicle rolls off Canadian automotive assembly lines
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FREDERICK EDWARDS
ON THE day you read this a girl, whose name may very well be Jane, working in a factory at Sarnia, Ont., weaves into a standard pattern a rope of many thin electric wires, each one wrapped with a distinctively colored insulation. At the same time a man, called perhaps Joe, shapes heavy steel springs in a Winnipeg plant.
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FICTION
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Steel Man*s Daughter
"A truckdriver's all right, an aviator or a diver, but there'll be no riveters in the family,n Suella's dad decreed — But not Suella
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NORMAN STANLEY BORTNER
DO WE get in five hundred today, Pop?” The good-morning question Gene Bissell always asked. Pop Honeywell was used to it. “Sure,” he said, without thinking a moment about it. “Sure. Five hundred.” And he put his shoe box of lunch under a twelve-inch I-beam, rapped out his after-breakfast pipe and refilled afresh.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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West Coast Drama
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CHARLES L. SHAW
TO THE clamorous accompaniment of rivet hammers and clashing steel, the shipyards of Canada’s Pacific battlefront have been writing a dramatic page in the nation's industrial history. Most of these yards occupy ground which only a few months ago was so much idle waterfront acreage or mud flat.
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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THE JOHN BERTRAM & SONS CO. LIMITED
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THE JOHN BERTRAM & SONS CO. LIMITED
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RENFREW ELECTRIC AND REFRIGERATOR CO. LIMITED
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Big Guns and Little Guns
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RAYMOND ARTHUR DAVIES
THE STACCATO bang-bang-bang of hammers penetrates the intense whirr, whine and drone of rows of gigantic machine tools in the new and gleaming five-acre building of the Westinghouse Electric Co. of Canada. Carpenters are knocking together boxes which, for all their twenty-foot length, resemble coffins.
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UNITED MOTORS SERVICE DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCTS OF CANADA LTD
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UNITED MOTORS SERVICE DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCTS OF CANADA LTD
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
Five thousand years ago carrier pigeons were being used. We know ancient Egyptians used homers; that during the siege of Modena, Brutus and Hirtius swapped dispatches by pigeon post. So active were Turkish pigeons during the Crusades that Richard released 8,000 falcons as interceptors.
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY LIMITED
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY LIMITED
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Letters
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In the British Columbia section of “Cross-Country” (April 15) you are, I think, unfair to a number of British Columbians. In general the article accurately voices the thoughts of most people here, but I take exception to that part of it where you refer to “this selfevacuation ...”
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ON THE RECORD
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Godfrey Ridout.
Sonata No. 9 in A Major for Violin and Piano (“Keutzer”) (Beethoven): Adolf Busch, violin, Rudolf Serkin, piano (Columbia D 106 six sides). An exceedingly thrilling performance, although the fiddle becomes ignominiously obscured in spots; but don’t let that bother you.
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Versatile Arena
Modern Sports Plant Requires Many Facilities to Perform Quick - change Miracles
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HOW Madison Square Garden almost nightly puts on a show that the crowds never see is described by J.M.M. in the New York Times Magazine: Tonight a crowd of 18,000 fans rises with a roar as the referee holds aloft the bloodied glove of a new champion; tomorrow night ring and ringside seats have vanished, a sheet of ice covers the floor and a new crowd cheers and yells as hockey players scramble over its glassy surface.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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But They’re Paid For—The trouble with buying only the things you can afford is that you are never satisfied with them after you get them.—Niagara Falls Revicio. Last Minute Views—Add to war bores the fellow who expounds the views of your favorite military commentator as his own before you get the floor—and a chance to expound them as yours.—Toronto Star.
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Wit and Wisdom
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FELLOWSHIP OF SUFFERING
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J. E. Middleton
Pagodas of a worth untold, Rich, broidered silks and cloth of gold, Jades,porcelains, the jewelled throne Of Buddha, dreaming there alone— These palaces of man’s desire Are bombed to rubble, dust and mire. No more the temple bells will play From Ispahan to Mandalay, From Timbuctoo to Trebizond And in the shadowy parts beyond.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Laughing Matter
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First Stage—Small in size and unshaven of face, the man entered the labor exchange to register in his age group. “House painter, I suppose?” said the clerk, eyeing his paint-splashed overalls. “No,” said the little man. “I’m a dictator, but it’s taking me a little while to work my way up.”
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CONTENTS
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HUMOR
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Parade
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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GAS RATIONING and the tire sales ban are reflected in trend-ofthe-times reports from operatives in widely separated localities. At Vancouver a sixteen - months - old infant jot hold of his father's ration book and chewed up two pages of tickets, approxi mately forty gallons of gaso line, before the horrified parents could switch him to a less expensive diet.
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GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA LIMITED
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GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA LIMITED
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