Issue: 19430915

Wednesday, September 15, 1943
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MACLEAN'S
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY LIMITED
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY LIMITED
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Editorials...
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Missing—800,000 Voters
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WHILE final returns are unavailable at this writing, approximately 1,190,000 people voted in the Ontario provincial election. Some 800,000 who were entitled to vote did not vote. Enumeration was bad. So was the weather. A lot of folks were away on vacation.
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A Bow to Nova Scotia
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TO THOUSANDS of Canadian soldiers, sailors and airmen, Nova Scotia is their last touch with Canada. It is the temporary home of allied fighting men of many races; of members of that gallant company who man the merchant ships. Men from our own Pacific slopes and prairies, from every part of the Dominion; men from Australia’s cities and bush; men from New Orleans to Seattle:
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Coal—$1 a Pound
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CORRESPONDENTS in the interior of China are amazed at what can be procured in some shops; stunned by prices. They state that a fountain pen costs from 2,000 to 10,000 Chinese dollars ($100 to $500 in our money); that coal is about 15,000 Chinese dollars for 10,000 catties (7½ tons), or $1 a pound.
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Combined Ops.
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EVERY Canadian soldier who fought in Sicily knows the meaning and value of Combined Operation?—or, as he calls them, Combined Ops. From September 13 to October 9 the people of 27 cities and towns throughout Canada will engage in .Combined Ops.
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MACLEAN'S
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WHEN THE manuscript of Curt Riess’ exposé of the German - Japanese espionage system arrived in this office we didn’t know that added interest was going to be attached to its publication in this issue by news dispatches revealing a Canadian angle.
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TRANS-CANADA TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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TRANS-CANADA TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Spy against Spy
Japs spy on Nazi industry, Nazis spy on Jap troops . . . here’s the amazing story of a spy alliance turned to feud
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CURT RIESS
ON JUNE 13, 1943, the U. S. Government announced the arrest of a German spy, Bernard J. Kuehn, who, it was established, had been spying for the Japanese on the west coast of America. The arrest had occurred many months before. The beginning of the story took place more than two years earlier.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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They Ride With Death
Dentists, cowboys, farmers, poets have little in common . . . yet they share the courage it takes to drive the Alaska highway
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EDNA JAQUES
THEY’RE tough as old cowhide, brown as commandos, gentle as women. They ride their lurching trucks for 100 hours at a stretch, sleep with their boots on and dream of home and kids and quiet beds, and you never hear a complaint from one of them. Every other person you meet at Dawson Creek is a trucker.
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FICTION
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Riveter's Money
Clara Elkart thought money could buy anything . . . but she didn’t know that happiness is something that’s not always for sale
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CHENOWETH HALL
THIS was to be an important day—the boy was to have a new father. The boy was 10. His name: Morris Elkart. Always that name had been his. It had been part of him like his toes and his fingers and the color of his hair and eyes. It was his mother’s name and his father’s name— Elkart.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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"Victory Troops"
Canadians on the Mediterranean front take a lot of things in their stride . . . including heat, flies, malaria, dysentery and dirt
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WALLACE REYBURN Montreal Standard Staff Correspondent
JOHN CLARE
ALGIERS—(By Cable): After going to all the trouble of getting accustomed to rain, the damp English climate, black-outs and English money, Canadians now find that they’ve entered a subtropical theatre of war. They’ve had to start all over again now and get themselves used to heat, flies, mosquitoes, dysentery, red wine and other problems.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Front Line Hospital
Wounded don't wait for care in this war. Doctors, nurses —even hospitals—went right to the battlefields in Sicily
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PETER STURSBERG CBC War Correspondent
ALGIERS (BY CABLE): Cicadas crackled among the olive trees. Underfoot the earth was grey and spent-looking as though all its life had been sapped by the heat. It was the hottest time of the day and the Canadian nurse looked like a cool wraith in her light-blue uniform as she stepped across the grove.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Your House of Tomorrow
Flexible rooms, invisible lighting, dust-free air . . . science has all sorts of wonders to dispel housekeeping headaches
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CREIGHTON PEET
ONE evening during the winter of 1955 the radio aero-indicator in the hall will buzz indicating the arrival of visitors. From the window you watch a family-sized helicopter settle to earth in your private landing field. It is your brother David and his family dropping in to inspect your new home.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
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Beverley Baxter
WITH THE coming of September this war will have lasted for four years. At the beginning of this year I wrote in one of these Letters that there was an extraordinary similarity to the situation in the last war when the year 1918, destined to see the end of it all, dawned upon the world.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
THE Quebec Conference came at just the right time for the Mackenzie King Government,asthe domestic political situation had begun to turn sour from a Liberal’s point of view. When the Ontario election returns came in on Aug. 4. Mr. King was already engrossed in preparations for the Allied Conference which was opening Aug. 10.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross Country
Trans-Canada survey shows Quebec and Ontario leading in black market convictions...and gasoline and liquor the leaders
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CANADA has its black markets. A Dominionwide survey shows that not one province is free from citizens willing to beat the law as laid down by the Wartime Prices and Trade Board. But when viewed on a nationwide basis, black market activities appear neither as well organized nor as numerous as reports might indicate.
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PAST MASTER
Jennifer was an expert on medical subjects . . . but she was only an amateur when it came to diagnosing the symptoms of love
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ELIZABETH MATHER YOUNG
JENNIFER closed the notebook and slipped it into her purse. “May I send you the article when it’s done?" she asked the round-faced little man sitting across the desk from her. “Since most of the experiments were conducted here in your laboratories, I’d like you to pass on it before I send it out.”
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Mail in Miniature
The boys overseas want their mail in a hurry . . . and here's how 80,000 letters a week get across in record time
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JAMES MONTAGNES
A THREE-OUNCE roll of film is proclaiming itself the best morale builder-upper of them all. Anyone who has done any soldiering knows that mail from home is the quickest pickup in the Army and when that mail is fresh and timely the troops react as if the bugles had sounded “no parade today.”
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GORDON DUSTAN’S TWENTIETH QUIZ
How’s your memory? Get the family together and see who knows the answers to these 50 brain teasers
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HERE’S a game for the whole family, good for a rainy day or night. There is only one rule, you mustn’t peek at the answers. Score two for each question you can answer. If your score is more than 80 you may call yourself a bit of a genius; 60 or over you’re still pretty smart; less than that ... oh well, you’re probably a little tired or something.
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Montreal's Morgan-Powell
Critic, editor and actor’s haven; he explodes—and writes poetry; has memories enough to last a lifetime
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THELMA LECOCQ
S. MORGAN-POWELL is one of the few newspapermen left in Canada—probably on the continent — whom movie-goers would recognize as the real thing. Something between a legend and an oracle he overfills the editorial chair of the Montreal Star like a large pink Buddha with his hands folded over his wellcushioned front.
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Comfort in the Clouds
It’s a suit that would make a Bond Street tailor shudder . . . but fashion goes by the board at 30,000 feet
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IAN SCLANDERS
ON A sweltering summer day you are never less than six miles away from the coldest weather you have ever felt. No matter where you live, 30,000 feet above you temperatures are below zero. That’s why in a bombing plane at operational levels the cold that screams through gun slots has so paralyzed fliers that some couldn’t fire their guns or release bombs.
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Canadian National Carbon Company Limited
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CHRISTIE, BROWN AND COMPANY Limited
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CHRISTIE, BROWN AND COMPANY Limited
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VENUS PENCIL COMPANY, LTD.
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VENUS PENCIL COMPANY, LTD.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Dessert Team-mates
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL Director of Chatelaine Institute
GOOD as your dessert may be it’s often all the better for a suitable accompaniment. Cake with ice cream, cookies with custard, fresh scones with jam, hot muffins or slices of fancy bread with fresh or stewed fruits—that’s team work for you!
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Boom Daze—Goebbels says the Allied war of nerves will never frighten the superior German race. A brave sight indeed is the intrepid Rhinelander going about his work as if the factory was still there. —Sudbury Star. Some Line—Airmen up in Alaska say they recently rescued three caribou caught in telephone wires.
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Maclean's_19430915_0056_018_0084.xml
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Maclean's_19430915_0056_018_0085.xml
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HUMOR
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PARADE
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IT’S ABOUT 150 miles as the crow flies from Binscarth, Man., to Osage, Sask., and when James Drever answered his door at three o’clock one morning recently and discovered his father had made the trip by bicycle, he was more than a little surprised.
Maclean's_19430915_0056_018_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19430915_0056_018_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19430915_0056_018_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19430915_0056_018_0089.xml