Issue: 19440701

Saturday, July 1, 1944
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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Editorials
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Dominion Day
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THIS Dominion Day, 77 years after Confederation, the name of Canada has greater meaning throughout the world than the most farsighted of our forebears could have deemed possible. The youth of this land, at this writing tenaciously fighting on French soil, driving northward in Italy, pounding the enemy from the skies and sweeping the seas, have made that name ring with valor and high purpose.
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Editorials
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Here Are 112,000 Jobs
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LOOKING to the future and our most 1 important problem, that of finding jobs, considerable encouragement is found in the results of a survey made by the Postwar Research Department of the MacLean Publishing Company. Questionnaires covering postwar expansion plans were submitted to 2,400 firms in the eight major divisions of Canadian industry.
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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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A FANFARE of trumpets is appropriate to the introduction of a Dominion Day Number, but we are a bit restive over what is going on under our window. Something has gone haywire with a twotone horn on an unattended ancient horseless carriage and it has maintained a continuous blare for some time.
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FLEET aircraft LIMITED
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FLEET aircraft LIMITED
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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"Canada Came of Age"
Herewith the dramatic inside story of Canada's behindthe-scenes leadership at the London Conference of Commonwealth Premiers
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BLAIR FRASER
LONDON (By Cable)—If mankind succeeds this time in its struggle against suicide, if this time the structure of enduring peace is not merely lueprinted but actually built, history may well ecord that an essential part of the foundation was aid in London in May, 1944. Five nations of the race, tradition, that fathered free and stable government aere wrought together to create a free and stable orld.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Western Journey
An Easterner vifiti the land of far horizons where men are men and the water (in Vancouver, at least) is chlorinated
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MARY-ETTA MACPHERSON
IT WAS one of those mornings when the sky arched in a clear, flat-tone blue, unmarked by cloud or mist. The air was warm and still, yet it had everything the lungs, heart and eyes required, and it had it more abundantly than I had ever remembered.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Dieppe—Invasion Key
"The information and experience the Canadians bought with their lives at Dieppe made possible the invasion of western Europe"—Shapiro
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
LONDON—It happened during an instructional lecture at an advanced training establishment À somewhere in Britain. A Royal Navy commander was explaining to a group of officers, mostly British and American, some technical details of our equipment and tactics—to be used when the invasion was launched.
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FICTION
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Perfectly Normal
When a 16-year-old chick starts pitchin' woo in the parior with a local goon it's out of this world stuff—especially to mothers
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ALEC RACKOWE
DEAREST RAY : I’m sorry I didn’t make myself clear when you phoned tonight. I know the lines from Ottawa are terribly busy, but even if you’d had more time I couldn’t have explained. It’s Alice and Cynthia but Cynnie mostly. It’s the war. I'm sure of that, but that’s the only thing I am sure of.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Babies for Der Fuhrer
Teen-age girls "presenting" Hitler with babies; state sanction of giant human stud farms • • • Such is the German moral picture described by this author
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GUNNAR T. PIHL
A YOUNG German girl, just arrived home on leave from labor service, told her mother: “Mother, six girls in my section are going to present the Führer with babies!” Her tone and the way she expressed herself showed that the girl’s thoughts were innocent.
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We Are Not Funny
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MARY LOWREY ROSS
A FRIEND of mine was complaining the other day about the dullness of life in his home town. “What happens when a good fire gets started on the main street?” he said. “They come along and put it out!” You had to put out fires, he admitted. Still the thing was somehow typical.
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BUT THE YANKS SAY We Are Reliable
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MERRILL DENISON
EVERYONE knows the one about the American tourists who arrive at the border every summer loaded down with skis and snowshoes, or the others who expect to find King George sitting on a throne in Ottawa, or the others who are surprised to hear English widely spoken on the streets of Toronto.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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These Are Our Generals
"Our corps and divisional commanders average just 40 years of age . . . Not one of them began the war with a rank higher than major"
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
LONDON (By Cable)—If you were to ask a British soldier what qualities he recognizes most clearly in his divisional commander, it is likely he would reply: Courage and cleverness. Ask an American the same question and he would probably say: Field leadership and organizing ability.
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LONDON LETTER
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The Case for Newfoundland
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Beverley Baxter
WHEN this article appears the glory of the Dominion Premiers’ Conference will be over. The Captains and Mackenzie King depart . . . It is a poor pun but it will have to do. Yesterday I saw the Art Gallery of the Palace of Westminster being prepared for the occasion this afternoon when Canada’s Prime Minister will receive tribute from the Members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
IT IS a hot day on Parliament Hill. Tempers are beginning to fray; patience is running low. Up speaks a wise and seasoned parliamentarian —Billy Moore, by name—and remarks: “No one is trying to railroad this Bill. But in European countries democracy lost its life because people talked too much and did too little.”
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Washington Memo
"Washington believes the alternative to continuing collaboration with Russia is another war ... but is firm in reminding Russia collaboration is a two-way street"
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
WHAT is the Russian policy of the Roosevelt Administration? The question has been asked by a good many citizens of the United States during the last three years. Possibly Canadians also have been puzzled. In the minds of President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull, the answer, I think, is quite simple and clear: The firm collaboration of Russia is essential (1) to winning the war, (2) to maintaining the peace.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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How's Your Memory?
Have trouble remembering things? Can’t recall people’s names? Get lost following directions? Here’s expert advice on improving the memory
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ALBERT EDWARD WIGGAM
WHAT was that fellow’s name I met last week at the Oil Burners’ Convention? I was positive I would remember it, but I’ve been trying for 10 solid minutes and can’t quite get it. Gosh, 1 must be getting old! Why, I can remember just how he looked. He had on a plaid suit and red necktie, and had a goatee.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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RIBBONS of Orders, Decorations and Medals
Naval, Military, Air Force and Civil
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As Orders, Decorations and Medals awarded in British countries are too numerous to be shown on one page, the ribbons reproduced above are those most commonly seen in Canada. They are not necessarily in order of precedence. Reproduction is direct from the ribbons.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Man Who Plays Wilson
To the amazement of Hollywood, Canadian-born Alexander Knox walked off with the season's most coveted role in pictures without even submitting to a screen
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ELIZABETH WILSON
IN A war-torn world two men were thinking deeply about the prophetic World War I President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson. Darryl F. Zanuck, production head of Twentieth Century-Fox, after months of research, was convinced that the life of Wilson, as it mirrored the life of a nation, would make perhaps the most dramatic picture ever filmed, and certainly the most stirring patriotic panorama of the United States since “The Birth of a Nation.”
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FICTION
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WOMAN TROUBLE
It was fixin' to look as if Jake was a pushover for Mrs. Clinkerby.• • But the Kid reckoned without Ma and the baby... specially the baby
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W. O. MITCHELL
SHE WAS dark in our back shed, and I could hear Jake’s strop slap-slap-slopping to beat anything; then I heard the razor snicking against the palm of his hand. Twinnnng went the blade whilst he tried her with the corner of his thumbnail. He saw me then, and I could see him now my eyes were used to the dark.
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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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STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY LIMITED
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STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Salad Asides
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
THE way to make a good salad better is to serve it with something of a complementary nature. You know that bit about the little things in life counting a great deal, and here’s a case that proves it, for the nibble that accompanies your salad adds much to your enjoyment of it.
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LAURENTIAN LABORATORIES, LTD.
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LAURENTIAN LABORATORIES, LTD.
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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CATERPILLAR DIESEL
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CATERPILLAR DIESEL
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ABSORBINE Jr.
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. Ltd.
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Letters
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After reading the article by Emil Ludwig, under the title of “Close-ups of the Great,” one leaves it with a slightly acrid taste in the mouth. For before many paragraphs one finds, not pictures of the Great, but a life-size portrait of Emil Ludwig, around which he has allowed to gather a few miniatures of Roosevelt, Edison, et al.
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VITALIS
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VITALIS
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Fats and Figures—According to the British Ministry of Information a 5½-ton jerk will break the cords of a parachute. If they mean Goering, why don’t they say so?—Sudbury Star. Real Hero—There is much talk of establishing new medals for civilians who display outstanding heroism.
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FLEXIBLE SHAFT CO. LIMITED
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HUMOR
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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FROM Ihe prairies comes this story of a disillusioned man summoned for jury service. Asking to be excused he offered this explanation: “My friends,” he told the judge, “told me I should raise my own honey. I got a big box of bees. Next day my bees were gone. It seems they were looking for some place to swarm.
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