Issue: 19430615

Tuesday, June 15, 1943
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MACLEAN'S
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Editorial
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Casualties at Home
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CANADA’S war casualty lists to date show that approximately 14,00 0 of our armed services have been killed, wounded, or are missing. In 17 months of war the United States armed forces have lost some 90,000 men. In Africa and the Middle East, since Italy entered the war, British and Empire forces have lost 220,000 men.
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Editorial
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The Muddle Continues
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IN THE case of editorials which have to be written two to three weeks ahead of the date of issue, it is not possible to keep pace with most events. But for more than three years we have been safe, unfortunately, in assuming that Canada’s manpower muddle would not be cleaned up in the interim.
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Editorial
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Britain and Bureaucracy
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THE broad mass of these (British) Islanders are firmly determined to get rid of restriction and compulsion at the earliest possible moment after the war. Any politician who fails to notice this will get into an appalling amount of trouble. Oddly enough, although nothing is more striking than this national determination to see the greatest possible measure of individual liberty restored at the earliest possible moment after the war, yet a growing number of political leaders of all parties have failed to see it especially so those of the left... “One politician after another commits himself to postwar schemes involving bureaucratic management of the individual from birth to death.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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FOLLOWING the mass surrender of the German Army in North Africa came reports of open attacks on Nazi soldiery in Belgium by patriots whose spirit of resistance hasn’t been broken by the brutal oppression of their conquerors. In this issue (page five) Maclean’s reveals what has been going on in Belgium under Hitler’s heel.
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The Parker Fountain Pen Company Limited
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The Parker Fountain Pen Company Limited
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Flanders Fights
Belgium, terribly scarred by the battle against Nazi oppression, is being swept today by a great new wave of faith in victory
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FRANS VANDEWALLE
WE BELGIANS have learned the full meaning of Adolf Hitler’s New Order in Europe. His master race has gutted our nation, robbed our families of most of our food, denied us medicines we need to save the lives of our children, broken up our homes, shot our intellectuals, closed our universities, stripped the nation of its greatest art treasures, and then asked us to look upon National Socialist gangsters as having “saved” us from England, the democrats and the Jews.
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Get the Pest of It
Harassed by slugs and bugs, the amateur Victory Gardener often concludes that Nature ... is on the side of the Axis
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MARY LOWERY ROSS
WE WERE one of those enthusiastic amateurs who hurried out after the first spring thaw to spade up a little back yard that had never been intended to contain anything but grass, a clump of the undefeatable spiraea and a deck chair or two. We had been told that every empty space of ground was a potential Victory Garden so we went impulsively to work.
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FICTION
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No Need of Fire
War had dimmed the lights in Jennifer’s Itfe . . . but it was one of war’s soldiers who turned them on again
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NELIA GARDNER WHITE
<p>IF ON THIS night you turned off Queensberry Road and into Queensberry Mews, West, and went down the cobble-stoned alley and at Number 9 went up the steep curving stairs with the iron rail which has somehow escaped salvage, opened the yellow door and walked through the little hallway and into the tiny living room, you would find Jennifer MacDougal sitting on a stool before an unlighted gas log.</p>
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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What IS the British Empire?
"For the best part of a century the British Empire has been abolishing itself . . . evolving into a partnership of equals"
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SIR NORMAN ANGELL
WHEN Winston Churchill announced ho had not become the Chief Minister of the Crown in order to preside at the liquidation of the British Empire, a great many in the United States were deeply shocked, particularly the Leftist groups. How could this war be a war for the preservation of freedom if empires (which means “imperialism”), British or other, were to be preserved? Eminent political leaders in the United States bluntly announced that “imperialism had to go,” that the preservation of the British Empire was incompatible with the purposes of freedom for which the war was being fought.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Farmer in the Saddle
Grey-haired, loose-jointed, Ontario’s Premier Nixon believes in plain living, plain speech and "common sense" in politics
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THELMA LECOCQ
LAST APRIL the Ontario Liberal Party, feeling itself in need of a new leader, went shopping for something in a good serviceable grey. They found it in greyhaired, grey-suited, grey-personalitied Harry Corwin Nixon. Lack of color is one of Harry Nixon’s outstanding characteristics, and it becomes him.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Goose: Key Air Base
Slashed from the wilderness in record time, Canada's giant new airport in Labrador is a mainline base in war or peace
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DAVID K. FINDLAY
THE VENTURA droned on above Labrador. We had crossed the north shore of the Gulf. For hours there had been nothing below us but snow and spruce and muskeg and the flat white loops of lakes. A range of navy blue mountains pushed up on the horizon and the bomber hung its nose on a mark below it.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
The Woman Behind Churchill
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LONDON, 1908. Here is a description of London society at that period: “It was a brilliant and powerful body with standards of conduct and methods of enforcing them now altogether forgotten. In a very large degree everyone knew everyone else and who they were.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
NOT SINCE the days of the almost forgotten boundary disputes of the last century have such grave problems in intracontinental relations loomed ahead for Canada and the United States. The development by the U. S. of huge construction and wartime projects in Canada’s vast and potentially vital northwestern area have highlighted these possibilities.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross Country
B,C Japs Seek Legal Ruling Prairie Indians hope for Oil Ontario’s Aerial Fire Alarm Quebec Has Juror Shortage
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MANY people thought the Japanese problem of British Columbia seemed settled for good when the Federal Government evacuated the Japs from coastal areas and announced it would sell their real estate holdings. Indications are now, however, that an echo will be heard in the courts.
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"Open Wider, Please"
Can tooth decay be prevented? Canadian research now in progress suggests a possible clue
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CLEMENT BENSOM
THE DENTIST places the mirror and explorer back on the tray and says, “Five to be filled this time, and this fellow back here”— jabbing the cheek in the vicinity of a molar— “ought to come out. Not right away necessarily,” he adds casually, “but it’s pretty far gone.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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War’s Treasure Island
Nerve centre in economic warfare, tiny Curacao sends a steady stream of fuel to Allied planes
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FUEL for the fires set by Allied bombers in Berlin, Hamburg and Wilhelmshaven is coming from a little island in the Netherlands West Indies off the coast of South America. Daily from the harbor of Willemstad on the island of Curacao sail ships laden with precious fuel to help keep our planes flying.
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FICTION
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MURDER-Like in Books
Ray gobbled whodunits, oozed detective lore—but in spite of this he showed the police some new tricks
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GORDON CLEAL
<p>THE SUMMER had been exceptionally hot and work very heavy, keeping me grinding away for a month or six weeks beyond the usual time for my holidays. Heat waves had washed elaborate holiday plans overboard, leaving me with a craving for old clothes and rest in cool shade.</p>
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Radio Can Threaten the Peace
"There must be a policing of radio by the United Nations after the war...That problem should have attention now"
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GLADSTONE MURRAY
WHEN THE Nazis took over Brussels in the blitzkrieg of Belgium they brought with them a fully trained radio staff of technicians and program experts. They even had recordings specially prepared to bridge an interval of several days while the service was being adapted to the new conditions.
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LIMITED
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LIMITED
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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CHRISTIE, BROWN AND COMPANY Limited
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CHRISTIE, BROWN AND COMPANY Limited
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REID’S HOLIDAY TOGS LTD.
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REID’S HOLIDAY TOGS LTD.
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GOODERHAM & WORTS LIMITED
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GOODERHAM & WORTS LIMITED
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Canadian Cellucotton Products Co. Ltd.
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Canadian Cellucotton Products Co. Ltd.
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CLARE BROS. &. CO., LIMITED
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CLARE BROS. &. CO., LIMITED
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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CAN ALL YOU CAN
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
THERE never was quite the satisfaction in wielding a can opener on all and sundry as there is in lifting the top from one of your own jars or beheading a homefilled tin. Don’t think I’m going back on all the nice things I’ve said about the convenience of the can or the quality of its contents.
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CARRERAS LTD.
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CARRERAS LTD.
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SPARTON OF CANADA LTD.
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SPARTON OF CANADA LTD.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ElECTRIC CO LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ElECTRIC CO LIMITED
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS CO.
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STROMBERG-CARLSON TELEPHONE MFG. COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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STROMBERG-CARLSON TELEPHONE MFG. COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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Fidelity Circulation Co.
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Fidelity Circulation Co.
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Sherlock-Manning Pianos Ltd.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Fowl Play— A complaint, that warworkers are kept awake by noisy roosters has reached the city hall. Perhaps there’ll be a ban on the critturs— a sort of crow bar.— Kitchener Record. Vs. Verses—Why worry about what Russia plans for us after the war? How could Stalin get a race to sing “The Internationale” that never even bothered to learn the second verse of “O Canada”?—North Bay Nugget.
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MACLEAN'S
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PARADE
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AMONG THE passengers on Winnipeg’s red, white and blue Victory Loan streetcar during the campaign was a man who couldn’t find a quarter for his carfare. “I guess I’m not a very good arithmetician,” he said ruefully. “Why, only the other day I had to leave an Ottawa restaurant without eating because I discovered I didn’t have any money.”
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