Issue: 19430601

Tuesday, June 1, 1943
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MACLEAN'S
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Canadian Pacific Air Line
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Canadian Pacific Air Line
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Editorials
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Co-operation — and Victory
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THE Allied armies are within sight of Tunis and Bizerte as this is written, and while much bitter and costly fighting must yet be waged, the day of final victory in North Africa seems not too distant. The crushing of the Axis forces, the unparalleled desert advance of Montgomery’s Eighth Army, the hill by hill gains of the combined British, United States and French troops, were achieved not only by the skill of the generals and the superb spirit, endurance and gallantry of the soldiers and the air and naval arms engaged.
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Co-operation — and Peace
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VITAL to the winning of the war, co-operation and co-ordination are equally essential in preparation for peace. Happily, evidence of the realization of this truth is beginning to appear. In Montreal Le Chambre de Commerce and the Board of Trade have assumed jointly the initiative in forming a consultative council of citizens which will undertake the responsibility of organizing commissions and committees capable of devising practical measures for the solving of postwar problems.
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The Railways Do a Job
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IN JOINT advertisements (an interesting example of co-operation) the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways have been calling attention to the important role our transportation systems are filling in the nation’s war effort.
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The Loan
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AS WE go to press, available figures indicate that the Fourth Victory Loan is meeting with excellent response. We haven’t any doubt that its colossal objective will be reached. Canadians know that, whatever the cost, it will be cheaper to lick Hitler than live under his domination.
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Is Germany Incurable?
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WHY DO Germans behave the way they do? And what is the rest of the world going to do with them once they have been defeated? Dr. Richard Brickner, an eminent practicing neuropsychiatrist in the U. S., has been diagnosing the German people, their cults, traditions and ambitions; diagnosing them as he has diagnosed his own patients.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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IN THE days when we used to sit at press benches covering what the ballyhoo artists called Battles of the Century—the days when Jack Dempsey was chopping down Carpentier, Willard and Firpo, and being chopped by Tunney—the press agents used to make pre-bout capital out of stories that their gladiators had been secretly viewing the training performances of their opponents and knew exactly how they could make mincemeat of them.
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LAMBERT PHARMACAL CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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LAMBERT PHARMACAL CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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UNDERSEA KILLER
Grand Admiral Doenitz, U-boat commander, is the man on whom Hitler pins desperate hopes for stalemating the war
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RENÉ KRAUS
THE MOST sinister single enemy of the Allies at sea is a small, wiry, square-headed man of 50, with close-cropped hair, protruding cheekbones, a small mustache, tight lips, an out-thrust chin, and an obsession for killing. His name is Karl Doenitz.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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So This Is Ottawa
She is a well-known writer who had never been to Ottawa. Maclean’s sent her there . . . Here’s what Ottawa did to Mary
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MARY LOWREY ROSS
HALF A dozen times in the past I had almost got to Ottawa. Once the taxicab was actually at the door and then something turned up and the taxicab dissolved and the moment vanished. Ottawa remained beckoning and unattainable. So nothing could have been more surprising than to find myself on the day coach headed for the capital; except possibly the day coach itself.
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FICTION
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There Lies Magic
A sailor needs an anchor ashore, Sue Sarah knew, but could this sailor be made to believe it?
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MINTA MEIER
SUE SARAH shifted her position on the high diving board from the lovely, languid, bathing girl pose she’d seen in a magazine to her natural sixteenyear-old sprawl. If Bill came while she was relaxing she’d simply die, but her arms and legs had cramps.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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SCIENCE in a Red Coat
Test tubes and microscopes are helping the Mounties get their man—Take that case of the bloodstained gravel in the freight car...
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A. W. O'BRIEN
IT WAS in a box about one foot square—a charred mass of earth, ashes, blackened straw, small pebbles and debris—and it was addressed to the RCMP Scientific Laboratory at Regina, Saskatchewan. The letter from the Mountie detachment at Calgary said the contents had been dug from under a burned strawstack on a prairie farm.
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11,45
GENERAL ARTICLES
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Music While You Work
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IAN SCLANDERS
THE WORKMEN were entering a half-completed hull in a Nova Scotia shipyard, carrying their welding and riveting equipment. They also carried a loudspeaker. “What’s that for?” asked a stranger. “That,” said one of the men, “is for our music.”
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12,32,33,34
GENERAL ARTICLES
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BEVERLEY BAXTER’S London Letter
MOUNTBATTEN — MAN OF MYSTERY
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STRANGE indeed is the story of Lord Louis Mountbatten, ViceAdmiral, Lieutenant-General and Air-Marshal, the head of Combined Operations. It begins in the early summer of 1914. Winston Churchill was First Lord of the Admiralty. His servicechief was Prince Louis of Battenberg as First Sea Lord.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
THE SIGHT of eight Federal Cabinet Ministers scurrying off to Toronto at the end of April to participate in the big Nixon “coup” in Ontario should disabuse everyone of any lingering idea that our Governmental lords and masters aren’t still interested in politics. The sweet and lovely prospect of seeing Ontario Liberalism back once more in the federal fold was too, too alluring.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Washington Memo
Congress and price controllers find themselves in a tug of war over inflation—and Congress seems to have the heavier team
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E. K. LINDLEY
THE STRUGGLE between the Pacific-Asiatic and Atlantic-African theatres for men and materiel continues unremittingly. The public is most thoroughly aware of the demands from the Southwest Pacific, since MacArthur is a glamorous figure and, in addition, is the only American area commander whose pleas are publicly supplemented by statements from representatives of a sovereign government.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Propaganda Maestro
Canada’s film boss is dynamic, voluble, slightly incredible. Some people regard him as "one of the best shows on earth"
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THELMA LECOCQ
GIVEN a less scholarly background, John Grierson might have been a great success operating a one-man band. To this he would undoubtedly have added a three-ring circus and kept the whole thing going single-handed. As it is, John Grierson is Commissioner of Canada’s National Film Board, a position he’s held for two years.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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COMMANDOS ATTACK
From the official British record . . . The inside story of the parachute raid on Italy and the attack on Rommel's house in Africa
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THE TARGET was some 1,800 miles from Great Britain. It was a bridge in the heart of Campagna, spanning the small stream of the Tragino. If it could be destroyed supply facilities for that part of Italy would be seriously affected. It was a job for men handy with explosives and trained in the art of demolition.
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Sansom Moves Fast
In the Army they say about Sansom: "That guy never learned to crawl when he was a baby— he just learned to run"
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SCOTT YOUNG
ERNEST WILLIAM SANSOM was a brigadier at the time, and his batman was Private Albert Mayotte, French Canadian and a devout Catholic. Private Mayotte had a deep reasoning affection for his boss the brigadier and thought he should be commanding a division, at least.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Housing Headache
From a housing inspector’s report: "Airmen’s families live in rooms that are damp, vermininfested, cold, crowded"
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LOTTA DEMPSEY
BEFORE THE war Kingston, Ont., was a fairly staid, rambling old college town. Today families of Air Force and military personnel stationed in the district and workers at the war plants have added 6,000 to the original population of 25,000.
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FICTION
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THE RAIDERS
A desperate crusade reaches its climax as men struggle and machine guns chatter in the shadow of Big Hermann
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NORMAN COLLINS
AND AT that range he could not miss. Nor at that range could the patrol—or, at least, so it appeared to him. As he dropped flat a bullet went cracking past his head. The next shot, however, came from Major Bridie’s side. It came from Captain Manchon who was recovering from the mysterious and treacherous assault.
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc.
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Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc.
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GANONG BROS., LIMITED
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GANONG BROS., LIMITED
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Laurentian Laboratories, Ltd.
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Laurentian Laboratories, Ltd.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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Chesebrough Manufacturing Co.
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Chesebrough Manufacturing Co.
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THE COFFIELD WASHER CO. LIMITED
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THE COFFIELD WASHER CO. LIMITED
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CHARIS LTD.
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CHARIS LTD.
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JOHN A. HUSTON CO. LIMITED
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JOHN A. HUSTON CO. LIMITED
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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DIXON PENCIL COMPANY LIMITED
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DIXON PENCIL COMPANY LIMITED
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SPARTON OF CANADA LTD.
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SPARTON OF CANADA LTD.
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CARRERAS LTD.
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CARRERAS LTD.
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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HEINTZMAN & Co.
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HEINTZMAN & Co.
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Happily Ever After
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
BRIDES these days have their own particular problems. They are setting up housekeeping in a pint-sized all-in-one room. They’re leading a double life—career girls from nine to five and housekeepers after that. They’re serving meals at odd hours to keep up with shifting shifts.
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LARVEX
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LARVEX
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FIDELITY CIRCULATION COMPANY
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FIDELITY CIRCULATION COMPANY
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THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. of Canada, Limited
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THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. of Canada, Limited
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THE MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA
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THE MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA
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Maclean's_19430601_0056_011_0065.xml
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY LIMITED
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Letters
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Letters
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For a number of years we have been readers of your magazine. Until your recent issue we thought it was one of the best Canadian magazines. In this issue in “Backstage at Ottawa,” the Man With a Notebook states: “Additional thousands take shelter in ground crew jobs with the Air Force.”
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GORE DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
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GORE DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Here’s Hope, Kids—Education is making the mind fully aware and awake. That’s why you can’t measure it by exam marks or by school standings.—London Free Press. The Final Fantasy—We just heard a fantastic rumor. It was about the woman who fired her maid.
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Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co.
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Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co.
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Laughing Matter
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The Winner — Junior: “Dad, what was your ambition when you were a boy?” Father: “To wear long pants. And I've had my wish. If there is anybody else in this country that wears his pants longer than I do, I’d like to see him.”—Quebec TelegraphChronicle.
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HUMOR
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PARADE
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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IF THE postman of a certain Ontario town goes in for reading postcards he must have been a bit startled by one addressed to Mrs. Elizabeth Keeling. “The book requested by you is now in the Public Library,” was the printed message on the card. The signature, also printed, read simply, “Librarian.”
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Maclean's_19430601_0056_011_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19430601_0056_011_0079.xml