Issue: 19450301

Thursday, March 1, 1945
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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Editorials
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The Work That Is Never Finished
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AT THIS writing the Russian scythe is swinging at Berlin’s outer defenses and there is evidence that the British, Canadian and U. S. Armies are about to smash ahead on the Western Front. Great things may be impending. But the only safe course Canadians can follow is to assume that with the ferocity of desperation the Nazis will fight to the bitter end and that our forces will be engaged in costly battles before ultimate victory is reached.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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IF YOU’D like to know why there isn’t any guaranteed cure for baldness, why a certain Vancouver man has to put his gloves on before he can read a week-end newspaper, why you get goosepimples when you’re cold, why you blush, or why you break into a cold sweat when you’re frightened, Dr. Robert H. Feldt’s article on page 11 supplies the answers.
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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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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GENERAL ARTICLES
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"Those Jews"
We fight Hitler's creed overseas ... but we have a seedling of it right here at home, says this Rabbi
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RABBI ABRAHAM L. FEINBERG
NOT long ago a Toronto merchant of Jewish descent asked me to recite a prayer at Sabbath Service in behalf of his son, who had just gone overseas. He was willing to join Holy Blossom Congregation, he told me—provided that the Temple office mail him its notices “in blank envelopes.”
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Toronto’s Terrible Taylor
Nine alley cats made him unpopular with his neighbors . . . Now he satirizes unfeeling humanity with popular cartoons
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ROBERT MARKS
THE only man who has ever referred to Toronto as the world’s one real Bohemia is Richard Taylor—who left it. Now claimed by New York as one of its own, this Canadian has become one of the most highly paid nonpolitical cartoonists in North America.
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FICTION
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Engagement Bicycle
The story of Judy and Jim and Sylvia, and how they discovered that actually it is very nice to be a family
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MARGARET LEE RUNBECK
AFTERWARD Judy couldn’t quite remember how she had come to take the money. It didn’t seem like her. Miss Wainright said it wasn’t as if she were a child who needed anything. Miss Wainright had no way of knowing that Judy did need something. Something tall and noisy and nice-smelling.
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How The Russians Did It
The story of the organization which made possible the Red Army's unparalleled sweep
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JAMES ALDRIDGE
MOSCOW (By Cable)—The Russians have advanced 300 miles in four weeks. They have broken the fortress area of East Prussia, which is comparable to breaking the Siegfried Line. They have crossed five major rivers and captured more than 200 cities and large towns.
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It's Your Skin
It’s only "skin deep" . . . but your skin is one of your most vital organs, as essential for well-being as your heart or your brain
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ROBERT H. FELDT
YOUR skin is one of your most vital organs, as essential for your health and well-being as your heart or brain. It is a sensitive barometer of your emotions: you blush when embarrassed, break out in a cold sweat when frightened. Impervious to germs, your skin is your first line of defense against external enemies.
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GREEK MEETS GREEK
What’s behind the strife in Greece? . . . Who are the ELAS? . . . What part are the British playing? ... A vivid closeup of a bitter conflict
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WALLACE REYBURN
ROME (By Cable)—Before trying to get a clear picture of the pros and cons of the Greek situation it is necessary to get one of two things clearly fixed in one’s mind. First off, who exactly are the EAM and what popular following do they have with the Greek people?
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CODDLE YOUR TIRES
New tires are out for the duration, Mr. Motorist, so it's up to you to keep the old ones rolling . . . Here’s how
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ROSS WILLMOT
YOU’D better take care of the tires you have, Mister Average Motorist, because new tires for your car are out officially out until Hitler is definitely beaten. And thank your lucky stars synthetics have developed as they have, or you probably would not even have satisfactory material to recap your old tires.
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER
Sortie To Torquay
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THIS is not a London lettor; it is really from Torquay. One of the advantages of having the family home again from Canada is that there are more brains available for good ideas. Thus, as Parliament was up and London was giving an imitation of Moscow in winter, it occurred to my son that we ought to go somewhere for a few days where it would be warm, where there would be sunshine, and where the poor old breadwinner could have a much-needed and long-postponed holiday.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
LOOKING back, with the wisdom of hindsight, you can see now what Mr. King’s plan was in Grey North. You can see, too, just when and where it went wrong, and what he did about it. Grey North has never been a strong or a sure Liberal seat. Since 1908 it has returned a Conservative six times, a Liberal only thrice—and in all three cases the Liberal M.P. has been W. P. Telford, a popular local man, whose father held the seat before him, 40 years ago.
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Washington Memo
"To the 'Big Three' conference Roosevelt went with a definite program and a protruding jaw . . . The American people don't like what has happened politically in Poland, Greece, Jugoslavia and other liberated countries"
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
THE first weeks of the new Congress and of President Roosevelt’s fourth term have brought out clearly and dramatically the double lineup in current U. S. politics and thinking. There is one lineup for the organization of the peace. There is another, quite different, lineup on the other great question which stretches beyond the war: the maintenance of full employment.
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THE SIEGE
Out of Nova Scotia's romantic past comes this story of the Colonel’s daughter; and the Colonel, who feared Napoleon less than he feared the smallpox
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THOMAS H. RADDALL
IT BEGAN on a cold December day in the year 1800, when a stranger walked up the steep road to Larrabee House. He wore a brown fly coat, a pair of black broadcloth trousers, a red cravat, and a collar that reached his ears, and a tall beaver hat— the first beaver bat ever seen in our town.
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Forgotten Peace Prophet
Almost a century ago a red-bearded, Messiahlike Canadian preached a plan to abolish war . . . he failed then—yet sowed the seeds of peace
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R. S. LAMBERT
ONE afternoon in the fall of 1858 a tall, spare, well-dressed man, with blue eyes, ginger whiskers and a harelip, called at a large studio in the West End of London. John Ruskin, Britain’s foremost critic, was visiting his protégé, Holman Hunt, whose religious paintings were beginning to attract public attention.
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NOR'WEST PASSAGE
Dramatic story of the St. Roch, which for the first time in history forced the Northwest Passage in one season
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BRUCE McLEOD
IT WAS going to be a tight squeeze. Nobody knew that better than the skipper, Sgt. Henry A. Larsen, as he stood on the bridge of his tiny 80-ton RCMP patrol schooner and bellowed commands into a fog that rolled around him like a cold grey surf.
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Swim Suit Success Story
Meet Rose Marie Reid ... she turned an old white duck coat into a bathing suit . . . and is now tops in her field in Canada
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LOTTA DEMPSEY
ROSE MARIE REID, Vancouver, is one of Canada’s most successful woman manufacturers. She designs and markets bathing suits that have won a market from end to end of the country; and runs a uniquely organized 200-employee plant. She’s happily married, is bringing up her three children according to modern educational ideas but with plenty of affection.
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THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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MOORE BUSINESS FORMS, LTD.
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MOORE BUSINESS FORMS, LTD.
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CANADIAN TAMPAX CORPORATION, LTD.
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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CLINTON KNITTING CO. LIMITED
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CARRERAS LTD.
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CARRERAS LTD.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Cooking En Casserole
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
WITH a casserole and a few ordinary ingredients to put into it, good cooks can serve from it quite extraordinary dishas. Not that you can throw together any or every bit of this and that without regard to compatibility of flavors; it’s the combination and the skilful way you season it that counts.
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Levy on Levity—Ottawa is thinking of increasing the amusement tax. To add to the high cost of laughing? — Brandon Sun. Sea-car Strike—But what would Jonah have done for transportation had the whales been on strike?—Toronto Star. Month’s Worst Pun — Stalin announces the capture of Warsaw, and as a result the Nazis are Warsawf than ever.—Toronto Star.
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W. T. OWBRIDGE LTD.
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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JOHN LABATT LIMITED
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HUMOR
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Parade
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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RECENTLY an official of the Dominion Agriculture Department made a business trip to a backwoods settlement, where he had potluck dinner. The settlement’s people had come from Europe and kept to their old folkways, and the Ottawa man was struck by the extent to which the men were waited on by the women ߞeven to cutting the meat on their plates.
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