Issue: 19440615

Thursday, June 15, 1944
June
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Friday, May 6, 2016
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MACLEAN'S
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THE BRITISH AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
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THE BRITISH AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
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Editorials
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O For a Wampum!
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THE Government and the National War Labor Board must feel that economist Gilbert Jackson spake a mighty truth when he declared that this country would be much better off had we called our unit of money a wampum (or any other name) instead of a dollar.
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Editorials
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Politeness Costs Nothing
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EVEN before the war complicated life a number of this continent’s writers were expressing concern over the lack of good manners on the part of no small percentage of North America’s young. Rudeness, it seemed, was being confused with democratic independence.
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Editorials
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Home-Grown Thinking
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CONCERNED by the impact of U. S. radio, films and publications on Canadian thinking —“a problem shared by no other nation of comparable size and importance” — Premier Drew of Ontario told the Periodical Press Association that the major task of keeping Canadians Canadian fell upon the Dominion’s press.
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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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DELIVERY of a free bantam-sized edition of Maclean’s to Canadian soldiers, sailors and airmen on active duty overseas has brought us letters which have softened our arteries. We pass one of them on to you, not because it makes us glow all over, but because there’s a point in it for everybody at home.
Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0008.xml
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GLARE BROS. & CO. LIMITED
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GLARE BROS. & CO. LIMITED
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WESTERN CLOCK CO. LIMITED
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WESTERN CLOCK CO. LIMITED
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METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURE
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METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURE
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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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Mr. Priestley Explains THE ENGLISH
"We are undramatic, intuitive, idealistic people who prefer understatement and live in a country haunted by the ghosts of our old systems"—Priestley
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J. B. PRIESTLEY
DEAR IVAN: At last I am fulfilling my pledge to give you—and, I hope, a whole host of other Russian friends—some account of the English People. Although I believe that you Russians and we English have much in common, and are closer to each other than we are to some other European nations, I know too that often our behavior puzzles you and may lead you to draw wrong conclusions from it.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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DITCHED!
The epic story of two Canadian airmen’s nine-day struggle for survival after crashing in "The Med"
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John D. Shanahan
STAND BY!” I shouted. “We’re going to ditch her.” I reminded the second pilot not to release the dinghy until after we’d pranged. Then I pulled the throttle back and cut the switches. I also pressed the button to full feather our one remaining prop so’s it would stop turning before we hit the water.
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FICTION
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Honeymoon In a Way
It's funny enough for a Navy man on leave to take a lake cruise . . . But when he goes overboard for the first pair of blue eyes . . .
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DOROTHY PARK CLARK
THE 10-minute whistle of the Great Lakes steamer bellowed at the water front, and the warning, “Visitors ashore, please,” was pointedly omitting the “please” when John Allen, sublieut., RCNVR, felt a hand clutch his sleeve. He pulled loose.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Why We Dream
What makes us dream? Have our dreams significance? What does the "nude" dream mean? The "falling" dream? Here-with a psychologist’s answers
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DONALD A. LAIRD
It WAS a philosophical Chinese who dreamed he WAS a butterfly and upon awakening could not be certain whether he was a man who had dreamed of being a butterfly or a butterfly who was then dreaming it was a man. This same question which is the dream?
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Harris: Master Bomber
"In his hands the mightiest instrument of destruction in history is as flexible as an infantry platoon handled by a competent sergeant"—Allen
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RALPH ALLEN
SOMEWHERE In England (By Cable)—Along the threshold of the Second Front the war of nations and of machines comes at last to the phase to which all wars must come—the war of man against man. Now it is the test of one will against another. One human constitution against another, one brain against another.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Young Mr. Young
Meet Vancouver's gift to Big Time radio, 24-year-old Alan Young . . . He’s stepping into Cantor's summer shoes
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THELMA LECOCQ
A YEAR ago last September an American talent scout was tuned in to a comedy program when something went wrong with his radio. There was still laughter and applause but it was different laughter, different applause. Curious, he continued to listen, found he had picked up a Canadian station, decided he had discovered a new comedian.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Last Chance In Asia
"We must show the people of Asia we genuinely want to co-operate with them ... we won't get another chance"—Rogers
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HON. WILL ROGERS
WHAT we do in the Pacific after this war is far more important than what we do in Europe. In Europe the peoples, the populations, the cultural traits, the psychological attitudes, are wellfrozen. They are set; they are solidified. In Europe after the war there will he more socialism or less, more nationalism or less; a boundary will be drawn here instead of there.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
The Tories' Chancellor
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THERE is an expression for it in the boxing world —“Punch Drunk.” It means that a boxer has been hit so often that he does not feel it when he receives another blow to the chin. Oddly enough this is not a good thing, because the blows are taking their toll of stamina even if the fighter is unaware of them.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
IT WILL need months, perhaps years, to get the proper perspective of Prime Minister King’s famous speech to the Lords and Commoners in London. But the early Ottawa reaction among political friend and foe alike is that the Prime Minister made one of the most brilliant and possibly one of the momentous utterances of his long political career.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross Country
B.C. May Ration Electricity Hogs Jam Edmonton Packers Showdown Election in Sask. Work Layoffs Hit Nova Scotia
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IN THE Purcell chain of mountains in the Kootenay district of British Columbia, giant machines are pouring millions of tons of dirt and gravel into holes in a mountain, propping it up so that rich quantities of lead, zinc and silver ore can be wrested from its insides.
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FICTION
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The Captain and the Bombardier
A tender and moving story of the captain who went to war, the little boy who stayed home, and the woman whose strength was an armor for them both
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CHENOWETH HALL
EVERYTHING had happened today. When he got up there wasn’t a leaf left on the lilac bushes; there was no sun; the sky was grey, with cold white streaks in it. It wasn’t cold, but it was bleak and blowing and he would have to wander around the three rooms that were heated in the house wondering what he could do all day to amuse himself.
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SPORT
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Bow and Arrow Boom
The bow and arrow boys— and girls—are with us in force, 35,000 of them. And they swear archery as a sport is tops
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LARRY GOUGH
PEOPLE who thought that the bow and arrow disappeared along with most of the Indians who were its original users on this continent must have been mildly startled to read recently that there were still enough archers in Canada to warrant the creation of an archery hunting preserve in Ontario.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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What Soldiers Think
What makes Johnny Canuck fight the way he does? .. A war correspondent gives the low-down on what the boys overseas are really thinking
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PETER STURSBERG
WITH the Canadians in Italy—If you were to ask me what makes Johnny Canuck fight the way he does in Italy, I would say that it was a lot of things; little things that are drowned out by the noise of the guns and the tramp of marching feet and the tumult and the shouting of the press and radio, and some big things too, which will come out when the tumult and the shouting ends.
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY LIMITED
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY LIMITED
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CASTORIA
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CASTORIA
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SWIFT CANADIAN CO. LIMITED
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SWIFT CANADIAN CO. LIMITED
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The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Ltd.
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The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Ltd.
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CHRISTIE, BROWN AND COMPANY, LIMITED
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CHRISTIE, BROWN AND COMPANY, LIMITED
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Waterman’s
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Waterman’s
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B.F. Goodrich
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FRY’S CHOCOLATE MILK
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Canadian Cellucotton Products Co. Ltd.
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Canadian Cellucotton Products Co. Ltd.
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VENUS PENCIL COMPANY, LTD.
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VENUS PENCIL COMPANY, LTD.
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ANACONDA AMERICAN BRASS LIMITED
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ANACONDA AMERICAN BRASS LIMITED
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THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM
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THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM
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RONSON LIGHTER ACCESSORIES
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RONSON LIGHTER ACCESSORIES
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Chesebrough Manufacturing Co.: Vasel i ne HAIR TONIC
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Chesebrough Manufacturing Co.
Vasel i ne HAIR TONIC
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Do’s and Don’t’s for Canners
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
ATTEND to the preliminaries before you begin the actual canning job. Take an inventory of your equipment and see that you have the necessary utensils on hand. Examine jars and lids, discard any with flaws and match each jar with a tightly fitting cover.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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CHASE & SANBORN
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CHASE & SANBORN
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DRIER
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SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
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CANADIAN TAMPAX CORPORATION LTD.
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Johnson’s Baby Oil
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Northern Etectric COMPANY LIMITED
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Northern Etectric COMPANY LIMITED
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VITALIS
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Freedom of Speech—Yale boasts a 12-year-old student who at the age of four months spoke a complete sentence. This could be attributed either to the fact that he had brains or no sisters. — Montreal Herald. Shady View—Experiments have shown that it takes 16 seconds longer to anaesthetize a redhead than a blonde.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Laughing Matter
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Making Advances—“What’s a military objective, Helen?” “Just walk past those soldiers on the corner and you’ll find out.”—The Pas Northern Mail. Peace—It’s Wonderful!—A soldier went into the barber shop after a 30-mile hike. He slumped into the chair.
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0082.xml
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0084.xml
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0085.xml
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The COFFIELD WASHER COMPANY Limited
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The COFFIELD WASHER COMPANY Limited
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0086.xml
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MISS Bunny Barnard, aged seven, attended the annual music festival in Winnipeg this year and thought the singing was wonderful. But there was one thing she didn’t like. “Every time the boys and girls finished singing,” grumbled Bunny to her mother, “a man got up and complained.
Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0087.xml
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0088.xml
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THE COCA-COLA COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19440615_0057_012_0089.xml