Issue: 19431015

Friday, October 15, 1943
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MACLEAN'S
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Editorials
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"Why Do Guys Do These Things?" READ the story of Shorty, so simply told in the third column on this page, It is not unlikely that you will echo the query of Shorty’s pal—“Why do guys do these things?” But you know the answer. Difficult to express it in words, you feel it. It is a matter of spirit.
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MACLEAN’S
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In the Confidence
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SUPPOSE the U. S. Navy and U. S. parachute troops comprise the forces which finally eject the Japs from Hong Kong. What is the U. S. to do with it? Hand it over to the British in spite of Chinese protests? Let the Chinese occupy it in spite of British protests?
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SOLE SURVIVOR
Torpedoed by the Nazis, rescued by German blockade runners, shelled and then saved by the British ... Here is one of the most extraordinary sea stories of the war
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JOHN EDMEAD
JOHN STRACHEY
WHEN THE S. S. City of Cairo left Capetown homeward bound from Bombay to Liverpool it carried 300 souls, of whom 118 were adults, 18 children and the remainder members of the crew, European and native. On the afternoon of the fifth day, and outside, as we supposed, the danger zone, the ship was struck by a torpedo.
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SOLE SURVIVOR
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Are We Ready For Peace?
"Germany’s Nazi regime will collapse before the Army does ... Then the Allies will find themselves in a dilemma of their own choosing." — Thompson
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DOROTHY THOMPSON
THE COLLAPSE of the Nazi régime in Germany will find us in a dilemma of our own choosing. We have made on Germany three incompatible demands: unconditional surrender of its armies; abdication of the Nazi régime; maintenance of law and order.
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SOLE SURVIVOR
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Are We Ready For Peace?
"An unsatisfactory peace in the Far East could easily result in an anti-white man campaign and that could mean World War Number Three-"—Abend
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HALLETT ABEND
THE Allied nations persist in clinging to an old and dangerous illusion. Public opinion still believes that when Japan has been beaten into surrender the problems of arranging a stable and just peace in East Asia will be much easier than the job of making a peace that will endure in Europe.
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FICTION
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Muster of arms
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THOMAS RADDALL
<p>THE Reverend George MacLeish liked to drop in on the Mounted Police from time to time. Gaysbury was a small town in a country district and the detachment consisted of Lance-Corporal Logan and a constable. The police office was a compact wooden addition to the old house which Logan had rented when headquarters decided to place a detachment at Gaysbury.</p>
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SOLE SURVIVOR
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An Advocate for the Farmer Gives ANSWER TO THE CCF\
Under the policy outlined by M. J. Coldwell Canadians would be "conscripts working for our board and lodging,"
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CHARLES W. PETERSON
I TAKE off my lint, to Mr. Coldwell. His replies to Bruce Hutchison’s “Quiz” in a recent, issue of Maclean s are masterly. His evasion of uncomfortable issues is clever. According to Karl Marx, the high priest of socialism and the social revolution, a socialist, is a Communist and a Communist is a socialist .
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SOLE SURVIVOR
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MIKE SPRITES
Radio can be fabulous . . . Radio can be cruel . . . But hundreds of young hopefuls are willing to risk heartbreak to make good
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BRUCE McLEOD
ONE LITTLE starlet went to New York. Another little starlet went to Hollywood. And still another little starlet stayed home —but irrespective of how they cut their drama teeth each of these young Canadian girls has attracted to herself a fair share of the glitter worn by Canada’s up-and-coming crop of radio starlets.
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FICTION
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Women are a Pain in the Neck!
Three bandits were no match for an ol' Mountie like Johnnie . . . but it was Ginger who really got her man
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EDWINA MACDONALD
STOP gobbling your food, Johnnie,” said Kate Grant, “and drink your milk Johnnie! You put a whole slice of bread in your mouth. Take it out.” “ ’M in hurry,” mumbled Johnnie, inserting a finger to extract part of the slice. “How often have I told you “I go somethin’ ’portant to do,” protested Johnnie.
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SOLE SURVIVOR
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
World Order—or Anarchy!
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IF EVER there was a time for clear thinking it is now. This war has loosed such forces on humanity that future events will only be controlled by men capable of straight thinking and simple purpose. No longer can arguments be allowed to blunt the fine edge of decision.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
THERE has been more than war news to cause bustle and excitement at the East Block in the past few weeks. As this notebook has repeatedly indicated it has seemed clear for some time that the final appearance and disposition of the McTague Report would mark a turning point in the battle against inflation.
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Cross Country
Canadians will probably have less meat, cheese, vegetables and fruit to eat this winter . . but we won’t go hungry
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AS THE chill of autumn turns the poplars to flaming yellow and reddens the apples in the orchards, Canadians are wondering about food and how much of it there’ll be to carry them through winter’s frosty siege. Nor is their concern completely without foundation.
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EAGLES DON'T TAME
To the spectators it was just a routine flight • . . but to Judith it meant the future, happiness—and Pete
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KALMAN PHILLIPS
THE young man in work clothes, wearing the numbered badge on his shirt, scanned the two tickets suspiciously. “Look!” he said, “what happens at these concerts?” Judith blinked. “Why—why the orchestra plays.” “Sure. I know that. But what gives on the stage?”
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SOLE SURVIVOR
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Blitz Barrage
Split-second timing • . . pinpoint ranging ... massed drum fire . . . that's the dreaded "Montgomery Barrage" which swept the Eighth Army into Italy
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WALLACE REYBURN
STRAITS OF MESSINA—(By Cable): The artillery barrage which opened the invasion of Italy will make a name for itself in the military history books. Although there were not as many guns as there were at Alamein or Mareth it was a more concentrated barrage, noisier and better perfected.
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Tomorrow's TELEVISION
A front-row seat right in your home for the theatre, movies, sports and news events is television’s promise for the future
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CREIGHTON PEET
ONE DAY in the fall of 1955 it is possible that a Mrs. Frank Bradford will receive an invitation from her old school friend, Stella Vision, to bring her husband down to the studio to see her do “Love in Bloom,” the very latest superlove story of the ages.
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A BOMBER IS BORN
Impossible, said the sceptics . . . But today Canada's biggest aircraft plant produces one of war's biggest bombers
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RONALD KEITH
BUILD Lancasters in Canada? Produce the world’s most formidable four-engined bomber in a Canadian aircraft factory? Not, in time to help win this war! For the next war, maybe. But not for this one. That was how sceptics in and out of the Canadian aviation industry greeted the announcement, that, an order for Lancaster bombers had been placed in this country.
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ANACONDA AMERICAN BRASS LIMITED
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ANACONDA AMERICAN BRASS LIMITED
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
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Your magazine is much appreciated at this mission miles from anywhere (Mombasa is only our post office). At first my fellow workers referred to “that magazine of the doctor’s.” Later to “that Canadian magazine.” Now all speak of “Maclean’s.”
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Cereals Are Versatile
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
With milk or cream. Sweetened with brown sugar, maple syrup, corn syrup. Some like salt on their porridge. With fruit—fresh, stewed, canned or dried. With added wheat germ—to boost the vitamins. As a change try a mixture of two varieties of prepared cereals; cooked cereal with a sprinkling of bran or flakes Fried mush — left-over cooked cereal, chilled, sliced and fried.
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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Unsung Heroes
No Matter How Foul the Weather the "Met. Flight" Never Misses a Day Checking the Skies
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IN PEACETIME meteorological information from most parts of the world where aircraft fly is exchanged between the nations for the common benefit, but war alters all that,” writes Mr. A. H. Narracott, Air Correspondent of the London Times, in his book, “Unsung Heroes of the Air,” as reviewed by Public Opinion.
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HUMOR
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Wit and Wisdom
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To Borrow Never Comes—In the western provinces, we hear, the nearest neighbor may be 120 miles away. Out there, when a man buys a lawn mower it is practically his own.—Peterborough Examiner. Behind the Weight Ball—Only now does the Berlin crowd begin to suspect that it may have overestimated its own strength—like the shoplifter in the piano department.
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PARADE
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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BACK from overseas, Flight Officer Frances Douglas of the women’s division of the RCAF tells of an experience she and a companion liad during the London black-out. Together they were wandering along a street utterly lost and with no helpful Bobby in sight.
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