Issue: 19421001

Thursday, October 1, 1942
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THIS IS WHAT WE THINK
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Dieppe
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IT IS still too early to assess fully the significance of the Dieppe raid. The complete story probably will not be known until after the war. However, careful analysis of the available reports, published and unpublished, suggests a number of conclusions.
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THIS IS WHAT WE THINK
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Prolosue to Battle
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ON THE voyage to Dieppe: “We set sail in craft of all types under the cover of darkness. I was with the Calgary Tanks in one of the new tank-carrying craft. It was a lovely night and reminded me of home. Hardly had we set sail when our padre collected all the men together in the bow of the ship standing in front of a new type of tank they were using, and he read from the sixth chapter of Ephesians with the aid of a flashlight: “ ' . . . Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of His might.
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THIS IS WHAT WE THINK
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Don’t Fool Yourself
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F. C. BADGLEY, executive assistant to the national A.R.P. director, told the Dominion Association of Fire Chiefs that one of the problems facing the Government is that of overcoming an attitude on the part of the public of “amused condescension toward A.R.P. work.”
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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PREPARATIONS for the news coverage of the Dieppe raid were nothing if not thorough. Twenty-two correspondents, five American, the rest British and Canadian, sailed with the flotilla which carried Canada’s soldiers to their first European fighting assignment of the war.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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MARK BROWN FIGHTER PILOT
The story of the Manitoba bank clerk who became Canada’s No. 1 fighter ace. His score: Twenty enemy aircraft
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FRANK E. CROFT
TWO HURRICANE fighters went streaking across the skies above Metz on the tail of a Dornier 17. It was late November, 1939. The Hurricanes attacked in turns, and after a couple of bursts from each, the Nazi went into a spiral, then fell to earth in flames.
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ROLL OF HONOR
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ROLL OF HONOR
Facing death at sea, on land and in the sky, these fighting men have won place on World War ll's roster of heroes
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COMMANDER J. D. PRENTICE, > R.C.N., Distinguished Service Order. Commander Prentice was operating a ranch when war broke out, but he lost no time in switching from the saddle to the bridge of a Canadian warship. He was in command of H.M.C.S. Chambly when that ship, in company with H.M.C.S. Moose Jaw, sank a U-boat.
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FICTION
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GREETINGS, SCARAB
Freshman Jinny Prentiss loses a sorority and learns how to look herself square in the face
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KALMAN PHILLIPS
THE SLENDER dark-haired girl sat up straight on the edge of the divan, her blue eyes drinking everything in with the shy eagerness of seventeen in the middle of a dream come true. She tried to keep her fingers from trembling as she sipped her tea, lest the tide of smartly dressed Gammas, ebbing and flowing through the room, notice her excitement.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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What We Learned at DIEPPE
How did Canadian troops and tactics meet their first big battle test? An eye witness reports on the lessons learned
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WALLACE REYBURN
LONDON (By Cable). Was or was not Dieppe a success? Was it worth the high 1 sacrifice in men? What were the lessons learned about our own tactics and those of the enemy? At this writing Combined Operations Headquarters is working hard at sifting detailed reports of the operations of August 19 and the final findings are not yet ascertained.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Postscript to Dieppe
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H. NAPIER MOORE
Editur of Maclean’s ASOUTHCOAST TOWN, England (By Cable). Under the shade of centuriesold trees in the green fields of the southern English countryside I have toured various Canadian Army camps and talked for hours with the men who returned from Dieppe— men of Toronto’s Royal Regiment, the Winnipeg Camerons, the South Saskatchewans, the Essex Scottish, the Calgary Tanks, the Fusiliers Mont Royal and others.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Voice of the People
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Bovoney Baxter
MANY YEARS AGO a reporter on the staff of The Daily Express came into my office to discuss a hackneyed plan of going around England and writing up “local stories.’’ The idea, of course, was based on the reasonable assumption that people liked reading about themselves and that circulation in each selected area would experience a fillip.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
THERE tion here is at sobering Ottawa and as growing to the probable realizalength of the war. Increasingly, war plans are being made now which will not mature until 1944 or 1945—or later. Behind this lies the realistic view that even after the tide of battle turns in our favor, there is scant hope for a quick or easy victory.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Propaganda Front
"Our sword grows sharp . . . . but our pen has been blunt. In propaganda we still lag today"
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DOUGLAS REED
LONDON. Here in the tranquil and bounteous English countryside near to those ■ turf-topped white walls which are the cliffs of England, the man with ears to hear may detect in the stillness, as the fourth year of this war is born, a sound like that of steel on stone.
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FICTION
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The Flying Lawn Mower
That Wingless Wonder, Terry O'Shea, clips himself a spray of poplar and nips a Nazi ace
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BRUCE WEST
WITH a grin that almost touched leather on both sides of his flying helmet, Leading Aircraftman Terrence O’Shea sat in the cockpit of his Harvard trainer and watched the ground hurrying up to smack him in the eye. Watching the ground hurry up to smack him in the eye never failed to provide great fascination for LAC O’Shea.
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Hitler Fears This Weapon
The Gestapo has the sword, but its victims have the pen which is mightier
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HAROLD A. ALBERT
ON A sunny July day, a day when he might have been whistling at a corner of Prague’s busy Wenceslas Platz, sixteen-year-old Gerd Tabor was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Nazis. Gerd was a newsboy. His crime was selling newspapers—the wrong newspapers.
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First Call for Dinner
To the passengers it's just another meal, but to the railway dining-car staff it's a matter of juggling time, space and a steak well done, please"
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FREDERICK EDWARDS
DINING-CAR steward Ted Sadler still remembers the customer who ordered lamb chops, ate lamb chops, and congratulated the steward on the excellence of his steak. “Did you say ‘steak?’ ” asked Ted Sadler. “Finest steak I ever sank a tooth into.”
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MATES
To Navy-struck merchant seaman Buckley there was one way to deal with a rattlesnake raider whatever the odds —Attack !
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RICHARD HOWELLS WATKINS
AT THIRTEEN minutes past midnight— that would be before the second mate got - the sleep out of his eyes—the Elsie J. Brooks sideswiped a ship some hundred and fifty miles north of the Venezuelan coast. It was just an ordinary click between a couple of blacked out ships in one of those velvet Caribbean nights.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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On the Record
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If you are starting a record collection here are a few suggestions: Midsummer Night’s Dream, Incidental Music(Mendelssohn) Columbia Dl13. A charming set which was reviewed in this column recently. Eingal’s Cave Overture (Mendelssohn) Columbia C15124 and Victor 11886. A great favorite with everyone— well performed.
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RENFREW ELECTRIC AND REFRIGERATOR COMPANY LIMITED RENFREW.
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RENFREW ELECTRIC AND REFRIGERATOR COMPANY LIMITED RENFREW.
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HOME BOOK SERVICE
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HOME BOOK SERVICE
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Starring Canadian Foods
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL Director Chatelaine Institute
WHAT’S There’s no a poor denying cook we to have do? a harder row to hoe nowadays with rations, restrictions and whatnot to put a curb on our menus. But we’re doing very nicely, thank you, by concentrating on the good things we have in abundance and not bothering much about any others.
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HUMOR
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In Fewer Words
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Don’t Look Now—Bad news always looks a lot worse coming than going.—Calgary Herald. Applause, Please—No body of men is doing more to win this war for the United Nations than the merchant seamen. All their decoration is a small button on their coat lapel.
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HUMOR
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Parade
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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OUTBREAKS of odd behaviorism on the part of various specimens of Canadian fauna never fail to arouse the interest and inspire the activities of our operatives. Two recent examples come from New Brunswick. The first, involving an extraordinary duel between a bear and a sheep (sexnot stated), is vouched for by Mr. Larry G. Honnor, who edits the King’s County Record, published in Sussex, N.B. Mr. Honnor says that at Stewarton, N.B., a bear came out of the woods and approached a sheep tethered in a field at the end of a long rope.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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GOOD YEAR
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