Issue: 19430215

Monday, February 15, 1943
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SWIFT CANADIAN CO., LIMITED
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SWIFT CANADIAN CO., LIMITED
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EDITORIALS
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Strikes Won’t End the War
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UNITED STATES estimates are that Allied shipping losses recently have amounted to a million tons a month. British authorities estimate that Germany is completing twenty new submarines a month; that she has 700 U-Boats. The biggest danger we face is that of the undersea weapon.
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EDITORIALS
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Out of the War, This Good
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AN ASSOCIATED Press dispatch reports that in spite of the fact that the wounds suffered in this war are much worse than they were in the last war, in all Russia’s fighting, on a 2,000 mile front, only 1.5 per cent of her wounded have died. Mortality from brain injuries are five per cent.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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HOW MANY times General McNaughton has been photographed, with and without warning, we don’t know. Also, we don’t know of any other natural color shot, or any better portrait, than that reproduced on the front cover of this issue. It was taken for Maclean's by Karsh while the Commander of the Canadian Army was in Ottawa in 1942.
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Letters
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Ralph Allan’s “Listen Soldier” (Dec. 1), while pretty good stuff for the troops, forces two conclusions: first, that Ralph is himself a very young soldier, and second, that the new Army has maintained some of the worst practices of the old.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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GENERAL IN BATTLE DRESS
The man—General Andrew McNaughton. The job—running Canada's Army. Here is an intimate close-up of what he's like and how he does it
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WALLACE REYBURN
<p>LIEUTENANT-GENERAL Andrew George Latta McNaughton, age fifty-five, home town, Moosomin, Sask., is the head of the first Army, in the strict sense of the word, that Canada has ever had. In this war the Canadians go into battle not as a Corps, as they did in the last war, but as an Army.</p>
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FICTION
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All the Difference in the World
Here’s a sprightly story for all men who don’t adore babies— and for all women who don't like men who don't adore babies
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WILLIAM L. WORDEN
IN THE first place, all I did was innocently to mention at a bridge party that I thought most children were spoiled, and that their parents spent too much time talking about them. I was a little annoyed, having just gone down four doubled during a fascinating conversation between my partner and Elva Disney about a new formula for fat brats.
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SPORT
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ROLLERBUGS
Roller skating has come off the sidewalks onto insulated floors, in air-conditioned rinks where thousands of enthusiastic fans dance on wheels
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ADELE WHITE
WHAT is a rollerbug? A rollerbug is a person of either sex who dances on wheels. You won’t find the definition in your dictionary because it’s a relatively new word in the language. And where does a rollerbug dance on wheels? Why, in a rollerdrome, of course! Every night you’ll find ten thousand of them cavorting in rolierdromes scattered about the land from Victoria to Halifax.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
TRUTH Is Britain’s Secret Weapon
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BRITISH propaganda is the worst in the world. Everyone believes that except the Germans. The Englishman not only believes his own propaganda to be deplorable but is secretly pleased about it, for after all, propaganda is rather a low thing, something like advertising, don’t you know?
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WHISPER SHIPS
Gliders that carry 40 men, or tons of freight! No longer a stunt machine, the sailplane has become one of war’s most vital weapons
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RONALD A. KEITH
THE FLYING surfboard is spreading its wings. Yesterday’s sport glider has become the motorless air transport or “trailplane” which promises to write a new and astounding chapter for the aviation of war and peace. These grown-up gliders, each able to carry from ten to forty fighting men or several tons of freight, are being rushed into frantic production in Britain and the United States.
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The Man Behind The Plan
"Beveridge, in the prime of his powers at 63, has more influence on Britain’s economic policies than the average Cabinet Minister"
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JOHN STEVENSON
IT IS not often that the species of human being known as an economist leaps suddenly into international fame. Sir William Beveridge has done it by publishing a report upon the social and industrial problems of Britain, which has attracted world-wide attention.
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Backstage at Ottawa
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
IT IS NO secret here that the strike of 12,500 steel workers over the recommendations of the Barlow Report found an immediate emotional response in the breast of Prime Minister King. Almost alone among his Cabinet, Mr. King is reported to have been considerably moved by certain passages in the King Gordon minority report.
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Cross-Country
Dim-out along Pacific coast Alberta has recruiting boom Anthracite famine in Ontario Quebec gets new school law? Halifax dance floors rationed
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THE COALITION Government of British Columbia has successfully weathered its first year of office and appears to have shaken down into something fairly permanent. Since it is the only union of Liberals and Conservatives in the country, forced into collaboration by the threat of a powerful Socialist Party, the fate of Mr. John Hart’s ministry is of some significance and importance nationally.
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FICTION
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Betrayal
"To the day we sail for England" was the Prussian's taunting toast — So Ingrid and the others quietly set about arranging his passage
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HUGH SHOOBRIDGE
IT WAS something to have risen from a plowed Prussian field to such a position in life that men and women in a Norwegian tavern rose from their tables as you entered and abandoned their evening solace of pitiful refreshment. The great bulk of Captain Otto Sturmer swelled with the thought, his handsome face glowed, and it even seemed that his glistening black boots and his pomaded hair took on an added lustre.
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How To Stay Well
"There’s much more to health and happiness than vitamins, minerals and calories. A positive state of mind means a lot"
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STANLEY CALDWELL
THOSE quaint old days before Munich had a romantic flavor all their own. Everything was going to be fine, just fine. Walter Pitkin assured us that life began at forty. “Wake up and live,” added Dorothea Brande—and popular song writers joined in the chorus.
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HIROHITO— Dupe or Demon?
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FREDERICK B. OPPER
<p>HIROHITO, Emperor of Japan, wears the inevitable Japanese spectacles, is beginning to develop a bay window and sports a toothbrush mustache. When, in addition, he appears in public togged out in an army uniform bedecked with glittering medals that would make even Herman Goering envious he is offering himself as a perfect target for cartoonists panting to start a propaganda haymaker from the floor against the hated Japs.</p>
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Salads for Health
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
EATING a salad is one of the most pleasant ways to absorb minerals and vitamins. Now is the time to feature the refreshing, health - giving bowl. We suggest: Carrot and Cabbage Slaw 2 Cupfuls of finely shredded cabbage 1/3 Cupful of grated raw carrot
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ON THE Record
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Symphony No. 8 in F major (Beethoven). The NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini (Victor DM908, six sides). This muchlooked-forward-to release is no disappointment, but if you are accustomed to other recorded performances you must revise your ideas of tempo.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Now Near Neighbors—Speaking of international brotherhood, the Old Crow band of Indians in the Yukon has collected $360 to buy medical supplies for Russia.—Saint John Telegraph-Journal. Remember, On Monday—The Chinese soldier eats rice three times a day.
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HUMOR
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Parade
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ONE OF our spies writes about a sign he noticed with a display of blouses in the window of Ottawa’s leading department store: Your beau will carry a never-to-be-forgotten memory of your back to duty if you wear one of our festive blouses Festive indeed!
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