Issue: 19440901

Friday, September 1, 1944
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MACLEAN'S
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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Editorials
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The Little Red Schoolhouse Needs Some Debunking
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THE Little Old Red Schoolhouse needs some debunking. Ballad singers may ecstatically croon that it’s the same as it was 50 years ago, but when it comes to nation-building that is what is wrong with it. There are 20,000 school units throughout this country.
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How Depressions Are Born
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DISCIPLES of Socialism in this country incessantly preach that the competitive enterprise system was responsible for the catastrophic slump born in 1929. In a booklet, Gilbert Jackson, the economist, using a series of factual trend-line charts, demonstrates clearly that the depression was not a purely Canadian affair, that its scope was worldwide, that it came to us from abroad.
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A Lamppost!
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ANEW lamppost was erected in a London suburb a week or two ago. Reporting the occurrence, a London Daily Mail correspondent wrote: “So now that they have put up a lamppost where there never was one before, it is an Event, a Portent, food for wild dreams and romantic memories of far pre-blackout nights.
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So We'll Ask It
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IN ALL the welter of discussion concerning the King Government’s Family Allowance Bill and the encouragement of people to have more children we cannot recall that anyone asked a question about landlords who refuse to rent apartments and houses to people who have children.
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In Editor's Confidence
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In Editor's Confidence
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ARE YOU Job Happy? Do you wish that instead of doing what you are doing you were a bank president, a farmer, a radio comedian or a publisher of Coronation Programs? If so, how do you know you’d succeed? How does anybody know that he’d make good in the kind of job he dreams about?
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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CHUNGKING'S MYSTERY MAN
Chiang Kai-shek—liberal leader or dictator? Military genius or puppet? Herewith a frank appraisal of China's Generalissimo
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HALLETT ABEND
IT IS always possible when several score foreigners who formerly lived in China are assembled to obtain at least half a dozen sharply differing replies to the question: “What manner of man is General Chiang Kai-shek?” The answers to this question will always cover the following wide range of opinion:
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The Biggest Baggage Story Of All Time
A gigantic job faced Army units supplying the Second Front. But they are delivering the goods—everything from socks to Sherman tanks
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
SOMEWHERE in France (By cable): Did you ever try to unload a sack of potatoes from a rowboat after running it up on the shore? If not, try it sometime this summer. Pick a windy morning on your favorite lake or ocean front. Drop the sack into your boat froih some sandy dock, then row in choppy water against a bare shore and haul the sack up on the beach to your summer cabin a couple of hundred yards inland.
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FICTION
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Badge of Honor
When the paint went Anne's control went too... But that was before she discovered a spotted dress can also be a battle-dress
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McKNIGHT MALMAR
ANNE Bannister woke at seven o’clock as she always did and lay wishing she need never get up. She was not sleepy—somehow, these days, she was too tense for that—but she was heavy with long-continued fatigue. She felt she would give anything in the world if only she could stay in bed and be waited on.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Are You Job Happy?
Says this writer: "There is not only one ideal job for you. There are several. The trick is to be in one of them"
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DONALD A. LAIRD
THOUSANDS have had their spirits broken, perhaps soured, by not getting into a lifework they enjoy. More thousands have gone through a heartbreaking series of job changes, switching from one to another until they finally found one that fit them.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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MASS MURDER!
"Jews of eastern Europe have been slaughtered—destroyed by a plan pursued with German thoroughness—until almost none remain"—Strong
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ANNA LOUISE STRONG
MOSCOW (By Wireless): Four days after the Red Army had liberated the Black Sea port of Odessa, a gaunt, ragged man emerged one dark night from a hole in a cliff on the seashore about 10 miles from the city. Stealthily looking around, he then turned back and helped a trembling but determined women from the hole.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Backstage In "GRAND HOTEL"
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PATERSON MAY
War has made Canada's biggest hotel one of the Dominion's most densely populated places—a concentrated centre of human activity
THE British Empire’s biggest hotel is the Royal York in Toronto. That is a fact so well known that any member of the armed forces who has passed through the Union Station—and what Canadian fighting man in this war of constant movement hasn’t?—can quote it.
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WHAT LABOR WANTS
"Maximum employment, a balanced economy, social a world police insurance, force. These are some of the things labor wants"—Green
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WILLIAM GREEN
I HEARD a young Navy officer say the other day that his great postwar ambition was to be “an able-bodied civilian.” For him and for the millions of other young men now serving in the armed forces of the United States and Canada, that is a consummation devoutly to be wished.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
Did Hitler Stage the Bomb Plot?
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ON AUG. 1 I wrote in my London Letter that the feud between Hitler and certain generals of the High Command had reached a point where an explosion could not long be delayed. I also gave it as my opinion that Hitler could not dismiss Field Marshal von Rundstedt without discouraging the nation and bringing the feud of the Nazi High Command to a head.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
WHATEVER else history may record about the 1944 session of Parliament, one thing it can’t miss—the session was the flushest in history. Never before in Canada has money been pledged in such large quantities to such a variety of purposes and causes.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Washington Memo
Roosevelt or Dewey? What happens on the battlefields of Europe and Asia may decide which wins November presidential elections
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
ONE of the commonest sights in Washington these days is a puzzled politician. Few politicians concerned with the presidential campaign have been able to escape a sense of bewilderment or futility. For everything indicates that the election is very largely beyond the control of the candidates and their managers and that it will be decided on the battlefields and inside Germany and Japan.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Old MacLachlin Had a Farm
Miss Henchbaw, she sniffed at Jake's story tellin'—But that was afore he showed her how to nail a kiyoot with a fancy bit o' history
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W. O. MITCHELL
AS SOON as we got into the yard, I wished we’d come sooner, right away after Mr. Brimacombe said about Old MacLachlin not having his crop in yet. It wouldn't be so good if Old Mac had gone and died without anybody knowing about it. I sure wished Jake and me had come sooner.
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Battle of the Spies
Spy against spy, fear against terror...A startling story of the breaking down of German espionage in Turkey
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CHARLES LANIUS
BEYOGLU, TURKEY (By Cable)—The semiOriental background of Istanbul is a battleground today for a secret and vicious war in which words, money and brains are the weapons, but seldom guns. Espionage agents from every country operate in this geographically strategic city, which spraddles from exotic Asia across the prized straits into western Europe.
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MY HOME TOWN
Our town ¡s a mellow town, steeped in history . . . yet we are close to the war and know how to get things done
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THOMAS H. RADDALL
OUR town of Liverpool lies beside the largest of Nova Scotia’s rivers, the Mersey River, just where the fresh water mingles with the salt. Our long main street curves about a tidal basin and puts a pair of bridges across the water like arms about a beloved, for the river and the harbor are our town’s pleasure and its life, a marriage of convenience, 185 years old, where love has grown with time.
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Pepsi-Cola Company of Canada, Limited
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Pepsi-Cola Company of Canada, Limited
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY LIMITED
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STROMBERG-CARLSON COMPANY LIMITED
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EMERY INDUSTRIES, INC.
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EMERY INDUSTRIES, INC.
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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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LAURENTIAN LABORATORIES, LTD.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Save the Surplus
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
ARE YOU ready to cope with the fall harvest? Let’s all get into the preserving parade to turn September’s bounty into allseason foods! From the good earth come fruits and vegetables to enrich the larder and now is the time for all good housekeepers to serve them on the table or to can them, store them, freeze them and dry them in the interest of next winter’s tables.
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Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co.
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Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co.
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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HUMOR
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Wit and Wisdom
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Wee Wisdom—Fruits and personal opinions are often better bottled up.— London Free Press. Old Stuff—Among the more recently publicized discoveries is a process for treating cloth so that it makes a man’s suit wear twice as long. Heck, marriage has been doing the same thing for years.
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CANADIANS, who send thousands of boxes overseas to their fighting men, sometimes get funny ideas about what can go through the mails and that means plenty of headaches for the boys at the Base Post Office in Ottawa, whose business it is to see that all overseas boxes get to their destination in good condition.
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Maclean's_19440901_0057_017_0084.xml
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THE MENNEN CO., LTD.
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THE MENNEN CO., LTD.
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Maclean's_19440901_0057_017_0085.xml
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THE BRITISH AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
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THE BRITISH AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
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Maclean's_19440901_0057_017_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19440901_0057_017_0087.xml