Issue: 19440501

Monday, May 1, 1944
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Saturday, July 2, 2016

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MACLEAN'S
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Editorials
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Target: A Healthy Province
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CANCER took the lives of 4,987 Ontario people in the past twelvemonth (12.8% of the province’s total deaths) and the Drew Government has lost little time in implementing an act, passed by the Conant administration, which brings into being the Ontario Cancer Control Foundation for research, diagnosis and treatment.
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Editorials
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The Visibility Is Poor
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BY THE time you read this, parliamentary debate may have shown whether or not the Government has reasons for its postwar air transport policy that are more convincing than those contained in Hon. C. D. Howe’s statement to the House on March 17.
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Editorials
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Noise For Noise's Sake
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WE HAVE received a sort of petition from some airmen in training whose endurance has been strained by colleagues who insist on having the radio going full blast but who don’t listen to it, and who raise a howl if some tortured soul turns it off.
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MACLEAN’S
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CONTENTS
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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IN PREVIOUS issues Maclean’s has presented quizzes and answers in which the leaders of the CCF and Bloc Populaire outlined the aims of their respective parties. In this number, responding to a similar questionnaire, John Bracken tells what the Progressive Conservatives stand for.
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LAMBERT PHARMACAL COMPANY (Canada), Ltd.
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LAMBERT PHARMACAL COMPANY (Canada), Ltd.
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Himalaya Sky-Train
The experts call it "the most amazing transport system on earth"—this air ferry which shuttles more freight to China than ever the Burma Road did
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SELWYN SPEIGHT
NEW DELHI (By Wireless)—When I first saw the Hump its peaks were bare of the clouds and they seemed to me like the teeth in the mouth of a tigress—sharp, clean and arranged in serrated rows. That is how I still think of them whenever I have to fly over them.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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How Fortunate Are the Canadians!
"The atmosphere of Canada at war, to one coming as I did from Chicago, is like a great wind to a mild breeze" — Saunders
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HILARY ST. GEORGE SAUNDERS
IT IS with diffidence that I write of Canada, which I visited between trips to Chicago and Detroit. I was there for so short a time and went only to six places, Toronto and Ottawa twice, Montreal, Quebec City, Niagara Falls and Hamilton once. Yet despite the shortness of my tour it is hard not to let my thoughts and feelings run away, tempting me to put on paper a long string of panegyrical adjectives about the land and its people.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Socko Biz on Broadway
It's terrific! It's colossal ... Broadway is engulfed in the greatest entertainment spending boom in history
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MERRILL DENISON
EVERY night is New Year’s Eve on Broadway.” That isn’t a new song title although perhaps it should be. It’s the way New Yorkers describe their town’s outstanding current phenomenon—the wartime entertainment boom that has engulfed Broadway.
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8,9,38,39,40
FICTION
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ANANIAS JUNIOR
There's no denying Jimmy was a teller of tall tales, but he certainly contrived the right ending for this love story
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EDWIN RUTT
GWEN DALTON eyed her spare bedroom with misgivings. It was a cheerful little room, with bright chintz at the windows, a maroon broadloom, and good pictures. But, thought Gwen doubtfully, would it appeal to a seven-year-old nephew who had been wished on her for the “duration of the duration,” so to speak?
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Bracken, the Leader
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BLAIR FRASER
WHEN John Bracken walked out on the platform of Winnipeg Auditorium, blinking in the glare of klieg lights, and sat down with four other nominees for Conservative Party leadership on Dec. 10, 1942, he hadn’t a note in his hand. Less than an hour had passed since he’d finally decided to let his name go before the Conservative convention— indeed, his nomination papers were filed with only seconds to spare.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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WHAT DO THE Proqressive Conservation STAND FOR?
What's the program of the Progressive Conservative Party? Is it a free-enterprise party, a government-control party—or both? Does it want a national flag? Where does it stand on collective bargaining, social services, the tariff, Empire foreign policy? Herewith the answers to 33 vital questions by Hon. John Bracken, the Party's leader
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JOHN BRACKEN
THE EDITORS of Maclean’s have submitted to me a number of questions. These questions cover a wide range of subjects. Many of them cannot be answered briefly. In fact, in the space allotted, an answer to some of them should not be attempted. To those who may read these questions and answers, let me say that I did not propose the questions, neither did I ask for any modification of them.
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EYES for the EYELESS
All it takes to make a glass eye is a secret process, the patience of Job, the hands of a surgeon and the lungs of a cheer leader
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LARRY GOUGH
SOMEWHERE in the Canadian Army there’s a noncommissioned officer who must surely smile to himself every time he says “Eyes Right." Tall, husky and handsome, he’s a fine soldier and a perfect physical specimen in every respect but one— he wears a glass eye.
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CITY THAT WOULDN'T DIE
The story of Leningrad, heroic city that for 30 long and bitter months fought the Germans to a standstill
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RAYMOND ARTHUR DAVIES
MOSCOW (By Cable)—Suppose the Germans were at Sunnyside, on the outskirts of Toronto —four miles from Toronto’s city hall. Suppose that in two and a half years their grey-clad relentless hordes, feeding on death and destruction, had squeezed Toronto in a vice, compressing the city into a five-mile semicircle, with Lake Ontario as the base.
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
Can This War End War?
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ONE evening recently when I reached my house the stars were beginning to gleam through the dusk. It had been a lovely day with the soft promise of spring in the air. And now London was settling down for a quiet sleep, just one more night in its ageless story.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
AN EX-OFFICIAL of considerable rank, who left Ottawa after some disagreements with the Government, has formed a club of those in similar case. He calls it the Bye-bye Bytown Boys and Girls Association. Barring military staff talks, perhaps, no work more vital to the future peace and prosperity of our world has been done in the past year than the negotiations toward freer international trade which have taken place in London, Washington and Ottawa.
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15,61,62
GENERAL ARTICLES
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Washington Memo
Willkie challenges strategy of regular Republicans . . . Russian moves worry Hull . . . Infantry still "The Queen of Battles"
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
THE death of Senator Charles L. McNary, Oregon, posed a problem in leadership for the Republicans. A middle-of-the-road agrarian Republican, McNary had been minority leader of the Senate since it fell under Democratic control in 1933. He had pursued a policy of selectivity and patience— cheerfully supporting many Roosevelt policies, dissenting from others, trying to soothe the more extreme members of his Party with the prophecy that in due time the Democratic sands would run out if the Republicans didn’t prevent nature from taking its course.
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FICTION
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No Part Too Small
Spitfire pilots pack a lot of living into a very few minutes . . . and, as Helen very nearly found out, a lot of dying too
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KEITH EDGAR
FLIGHT SERGEANT Helen Hampden, clerk-ops, RAF, walked briskly into the underground control room of the Fighter Command, D Sector, saluted the controller, Squadron Leader Blake, nodded to her staff of 10 girls, and took her place at the huge table with its detailed grid map of the sector.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BOGEY The Bad Man
Bogart doesn’t believe in his success, doesn’t think he’s a good actor . . . but a million women movie fans can’t be wrong
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HOWARD SHARPE
THE MAN who is being called the greatest movie villain of them all—certainly the most romantic —is not like that other screen villain, Basil Rathbone, an elegant Englishman; nor yet like villain Charles Laughton, a witty intellectual. He is Humphrey Bogart, who even in his most villainous moments exudes a charm that defies complete description, and who in his 43 years of life has been a constant rebel against authority and convention.
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MICA STRIKE
Before the war Eau Claire's "black glass" was a nuisance . . . Now Eau Claire boasts one of the world's largest white mica mines
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BRUCE McLEOD
HUNDREDS of feet above the black waters of the Mattawa River, in rugged Northern Ontario, men are doing today something never before done in the history of Canadian mining. In summer sun and winter cold, often 50 deg. below zero, they’re blasting and digging from its rocky hiding places a strategic mineral, vital to the war effort of the United Nations.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Hansard Humor
Merriment on Parliament Hill, hilarity in high places—Here’s a collection of remarkable remarks
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I. NORMAN SMITH
FLEAS has a use,” said the late Huey P. Long one day. “They keep the dog awake.” You might say the same for that form of political wisecrackery that occasionally brightens the rather dreary pages of our Parliamentary Hansard. The humor of the Canadian Parliament, as the lady said of Punch, seems not as good as it used to be.
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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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GANONG BROS. LIMITED
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GANONG BROS. LIMITED
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The T. SISMAN SHOE CO. LIMITED
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The T. SISMAN SHOE 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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Fireman Mfg. Co.
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Fireman Mfg. Co.
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STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY, LIMITED
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STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY, LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Lehn & Fink (Canada) Ltd.
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Lehn & Fink (Canada) Ltd.
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Bright's Wines LIMITED
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Bright's Wines LIMITED
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THE BARRETT COMPANY LIMITED
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THE BARRETT COMPANY LIMITED
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HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION OF CANADA
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HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION OF CANADA
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CANADIAN TAMPAX CORPORATION, LTD.
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CANADIAN TAMPAX CORPORATION, LTD.
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GORE DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
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GORE DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Ozite Products Co., Limited
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Ozite Products Co., Limited
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Bayer Company, Limited
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Bayer Company, Limited
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IAURENTIAN LABORATORIES, LTD.
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IAURENTIAN LABORATORIES, LTD.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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HALIFAX INSURANCE COMPANY
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HALIFAX INSURANCE COMPANY
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Johnson & Johnson LIMITED
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Johnson & Johnson LIMITED
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Chateau-Gai Wines Limited
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Chateau-Gai Wines Limited
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THE EASY WASHING MACHINE CO. LIMITED
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THE EASY WASHING MACHINE CO. LIMITED
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THE MENNEN CO., LTD.
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THE MENNEN CO., LTD.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Hole Truths
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
MOST of us nowadays have all we can do to pay our own food bills without providing Mrs. Moth and her family with a year-round banquet. So it’s time we served notice on these star boarders and let them know that wartime budgets don’t allow for harboring any dead beats.
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The CANADA STARCH COMPANY Limited
CROWN BRAND SYRUP
The CANADA STARCH COMPANY Limited
CANADA CORN STARCH
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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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CARRERAS LTD.
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Maclean's_19440501_0057_009_0085.xml
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Calvert Distillers (Canada) Limited
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Calvert Distillers (Canada) Limited
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Maclean's_19440501_0057_009_0087.xml
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Their Cup Is Full—In a large eastern city the telling of fortunes by tea leaves is banned. At the last look to the unbounded astonishment of the seers — there was no future. —Calgary Albertan. Horse d’oeuvre?—The sale of horse meat has been legalized in Three Rivers, Que., and already the restaurants are said to be calling it their à la carta meal.—Toronto Saturday Night.
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Maclean's_19440501_0057_009_0090.xml
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Wit and Wisdom
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Laughing Matter
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Office Wife?—After getting married to his late secretary, he remarked: “Well, my dear, I suppose I must get someone to take your place in the office.” “I’ve been thinking of that,” responded the bride, “my cousin is just leaving school.”
Maclean's_19440501_0057_009_0093.xml
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SPARTON OF CANADA LTD.
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SPARTON OF CANADA LTD.
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Maclean's_19440501_0057_009_0094.xml
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CLINTON KNITTING CO. LIMITED
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CLINTON KNITTING CO. LIMITED
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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Maclean's_19440501_0057_009_0097.xml
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HUMOR
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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A VANCOUVER apartment dweller whose janitor refuses to co-operate about garbage disposal reports a rather neat solution to his problem. Every day he wraps his household garbage into an attractive parcel and drives downtown where he leaves it prominently displayed on the back seat of his parked and unlocked car.
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O'Keele's BREWING COMPANY LIMITED
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O'Keele's BREWING COMPANY LIMITED
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