Issue: 19450315

Thursday, March 15, 1945
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MACLEAN'S
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Editorials
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We're Behind In Our Tax Studies
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THIS has nothing to do with Canada’s wartime taxation. Its weight is necessary to victory, and that’s that. Postwar taxation is a different matter. It involves jobs. The necessity facing the State will be that of stimulating trade and business so that new jobs may take the place of war jobs; of leaving individuals with something to spend on requirements that will maintain the employment of others.
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MAC LEAN’S
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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NOT being the seventh son of a seventh son, we cannot tell what may be happening on the Western Front at the time this issue reaches you. But we do know that early in February the coldnumbed fingers of Lionel Shapiro, our war correspondent in that battle zone, were tapping out some doubts as to whether full advantage of opportunities could be taken under a system of divided Allied ground command; divided as between British and United States commanders.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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RENT RACKETS
Keys at $500 each ... $300 for junk-heap furniture ... crooked landlords have made a killing, but the law is catching up with them
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HELEN BEATTIE
THE Montreal apartment building was full, but the home hunter who called on the owner hoped there soon might be a vacancy. Cautiously the owner told him that, every apartment was taken, but there was one way of getting in. He could buy the whole apartment block— 102 suites.
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Needed A SINGLE COMMAND
This writer says that on the Western Front the Allies have everything—but a single ground command
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
PARIS (by Cable). On Dec. 19, 1943, the tents and caravans of General Montgomery's Eighth Army command post were bivouacked near the little town of Paglietta on the Sangro River. It was approaching 8 p.m. and darkness had fallen over the growling battlefield of the Sangro.
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FICTION
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Take It Easy
Belinda discovered that storms are dangerous . . . they play havoc with little towns and railways . . . and with a woman’s heart
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DOROTHEA MALM
BELINDA jumped off the hay wagon, dragged her suitcase after her, shouted thank you to the driver, and as the horses moved off again looked around her. After last night’s storm the sky was a very deep blue, the sun was bright, the birds were noisy.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Science Discovers a MARRIAGE GAMBLE
The "Rh factor" — incompatibility of blood—accounts for many childless marriages
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ROBERT H. FELDT, M.D.
THE happy young couple were the picture of good health as they stood before the altar. They had been childhood sweethearts, their interests, tastes and religions were the same. Their friends agreed this would be a perfect match. How could anyone suspect that his blood and hers were constitutional enemies? Because of this incompatibility of blood their first baby died of anaemia three days after birth, the second was stillborn and the third pregnancy ended in a miscarriage.
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Beaver!
It’s a ticklish question, this business of facial foliage. In the services, by gad, sir, it is governed by regulations
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JOHN FRANCIS
ONCE there was a black-haired Frenchman. His wife, also black-haired, presented him with offspring at suitable intervals, but, while M. Francois made them welcome, something about their appearance puzzled him. They all had fiery red hair! In fact, after about the seventh or eighth, he began to suspect marital infidelity.
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OTTAWA'S MAYOR LEWIS
He has no city hall, does business in a lunchroom. He has been mayor for ten years and is still going strong! . . . Meet Stanley Lewis
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GORDON SINCLAIR
ONLY ONE capital city in North America has a mayor---that one is Ottawa. Few Canadian cities are without a city hall one of them is Ottawa. Few Canadian cities have had the same mayor for 10 years—that’s Ottawa too. The man who has been 10 successive years mayor of Canada’s capital city is Stanley Lewis, a mayor who looks like a mayor, and a perfect textbook example of the local boy who makes good.
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Fur Boom
"To most women fur coats are an emotion"—to trappers, fur farmers and dealers they’re Big Business
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BRUCE McLEOD
IF YOU'VE ever wondered what lights the stars in a woman's eyes drop into any fashionable fur salon and watch the females ogling the mink and Persian lamb. Furs, history shows, were sending women into ecstasies thousands of years before Sinatra.
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LONDON LETTER
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Beverley Baxter's
THE bell at Fulham Palace rang somewhere in the vast interior but nothing happened. Outside, in the courtyard and the surrounding park, the crusted snow did its miserable best to emulate Moscow, or Winnipeg, and pretend that the English winter is a splendid affair This damp cold of England would penetrate a lovers heart or the thickest fur.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
GREY NORTH by-election day happened to be the 35th wedding anniversary of "Red" Tassé, head barber at the Chateau Laurier, who has shorn Mackenzie King’s locks since the days when they grew all the way across on top. On the big night, despite the aggravated cares of state and of politics, Mr. King went to the Tassé anniversary party.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross Country
N.B. Spuds Win French Market Ont. Tail Waggers In Dissrace Alberta Tops in Hos Raisins B.C. Plans To Take Over Power
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MAINE and Idaho may boast until they are blue in the face but New Brunswickers, less vocal but just as sure of themselves maintain unwaveringly that the best potatoes in the world are grown right in their own counties of Carleton and Victoria.
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THE SEA OTTERS
A boy with a bow and arrow (Followed Mr. Jackson on his mission to save the last of the sea otters ... He found that death ruled the beach
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ARTHUR MAYSE
MY FATHER had no use for saloons or for people that drank in them, so he always stepped me along faster when we came to the British Columbia Logger on our way home from the warehouse. This Saturday night he was hustling me past when the doors banged open and Mister Jackson lurched out to the boardwalk with his face all bloody and his long grey hair flying.
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Can We Re-Educate Germany ?
Can Germans be taught to believe in peace? Yes, says this worldrenowned philosopher—if we combine firmness with reason
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BERTRAND RUSSELL
WHEN the military defeat of Germany has been completed the victore will be faced with two problems. The first prohiem will be to prevent Germany from again becoming formidable while the desire for revenge or conquest has still a prospect of dominating German policy; the second, and more difficult, problem will be to induce Germany to abandon the hope of aggressive war in return for admission to equality among the nations of the world.
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I WILL FIND YOU
A record of love and adventure that reads like fiction ... the true story of a Polish singer’s escape from the Nazis
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EVA-US WUORIO
HANKA SIKORI'S story begins in a walled Baltic port. It begins with the glow of amber and the tune of a Norwegian song. Think of a walled Baltic city, historic as a free Hanse town in the days of medieval trading, but now a forgotten port. Here amber is sold, and wrought dull silver, and here men speak of the brilliant Ruriks, the bold Vikings, the Teutonic Knights as familiarly as though they had passed through but yesterday.
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Local Coy Makes Good
Meet the Montreal dancer whose flying feet landed him right into a Hollywood starring role
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FREDDA DUDLEY
SOME years ago, Montrealers in the vicinity of a well-known dancing school used to be edified by the weekly spectacle of a nineyear-old boy in kilts racing through the streets a few jumps ahead of a pursuing group of derisive children. He generally arrived at dancing school seconds ahead of his tormentors, his ears filled with insults and his soul with outrage.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Apron Styles
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
THERE are few of us who don't on occasion slip into an apron. It may be a mere hanky-sized fluffy-ruffles, a flowery bibbed affair, both practical and ornamental to the wearer, a “pinny,” with pockets for darning or knitting or bathing the baby, a butcher style slip-on for frontal protection, or an enveloping coverall for the serious business of setting the house to rights.
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Regarding your recent editorial entitled, “Thanks, Chum”— On behalf of 2,500 dining car employees on our Canadian Railways, I wish to thank you for your above editorial. Speaking with 30 years experience on dining cars, we have always been the forgotten men of the railways, and it is the first time in my memory that we have had any praise from the Press,so “Thanks, Maclean’s.” Any time you or members of your staff are on a train, drop in to see us in the dining car, and have one of our CPR steaks on me.
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I HAVE read with a great deal of interest your article entitled "A French Canadian Speaks." You say there is no unity in Canada; there is some truth in your statement, but the sole reason is not on account of the ignorance of the Canadians who speak the English language.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Red-hots for Redcoats—“Punch” predicts a string of hamburger stands across England after the war. Which, if the wind is right, should break up many a fox hunt.—North Bay Nugget. Fish Story — Out in Deloraine, Man., someone borrowed the scales used by the holder of the local distinction of always catching the biggest fish — and was overjoyed to find he had become the father of a 48-pound boy.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Wit and Wisdom
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Laughing Matter
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Curious Code—Magistrate: “Your wife says you have her terrorized.” Prisoner: “Honestly, sir—” Magistrate: “I do not ask you this in my official capacity, but as man to man, do you understand?” Prisoner: “Yes, your worship.” Magistrate: “What’s your secret?” —Vancouver Province.
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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BEFORE breakfast the telephone of Thomas McCaul, inspector for the SPCA in Calgary, began ringing. An indignant citizen demanded that the outrage be stopped. “What outrage?” enquired Mr. McCaul. “This wild cow business,” the voice said, and read an advertisement announcing that a community near Calgary would hold a carnival and that a feature of the entertainment would be the milking of a wild cow on the ice.
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