Issue: 19450615

Friday, June 15, 1945
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Editorials
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The Things Voters Don't Know!
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THE RESULT of the Dominion election will be known by the time this issue of Maclean’s reaches you. Whether or not it will be decisive enough to enable one or other of the parties to conduct government without alliances and compromises, we do not know.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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MAGAZINES are prepared and go to press so far ahead of publication date that, no matter how well set they may be for an event of major importance, when it comes with unexpected suddenness they cannot get into the immediate parade. So it was with the celebration of V-E Day.
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SPECIAL FEATURE
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THEY ARE RETURNING
A salute to our homecoming warriors from one of Canada’s most distinguished poets
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E. J. PRATT
CEASE FIRE! Again the order Has closed the campaigns of the Western world. The bugles are silent; the flags are furled. Only the requiems remain to be sung And the knells rung Over the dust of Europe. And with the order Ceased, too, those all but animate forms,
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT SAN FRANCISCO
What really happened at San Francisco? . . .Was it a success or a failure?—Blair Fraser gives you the inside story
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BLAIR FRASER
SAN FRANCISCO—Two basic questions have faced the United Nations here. One was, “Can we draft an acceptable charter?” The other was, “Can we make it work?” Or, more bluntly, “Can we get along with the Russians?” Despite a colossal amount of dogwork and one or two real difficulties still ahead, it looks as if the answer to the first question is yes.
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The Red Beach
He was a veteran pilot; his gunner an ignorant kid, young enough to be his son—Which life should he save, his own or the boy’s?
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H. VERNOR DIXON
HE FELT like screaming, but said calmly enough, “I’ll die in here, like a trapped animal.” “No, you won’t, sir. I’ll get, you out. Don’t move.” “I can’t move; damn it. And you can’t get me out.” “I’ll get you out, sir. Please don’t move.” The boy’s voice was high, like that of a young girl, almost hysterical, on the edge of tears.
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THE NIGHT RIDERS
Kings of the Road are the hardy drivers who wheel roaring 19-ton transports over dark highways when most motorists are abed
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HAROLD DINGMAN
WE WERE plunging deep into southwest Ontario now, and in the high cab of the transport the heat of the engine was thrown back at us in a hot smell of oil. In the semitrailer behind us was a 10-ton payload, and our gross weight was 19 tons—38,000 pounds of steel and wood and rubber thundering toward the border.
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Russia’s Plans for Germany
Punish German war criminals ... Destroy German war industries ... Make Germans rebuild what they smashed —That’s what Russia wants
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RAYMOND ARTHUR DAVIES
MOSCOW (By Cable) — Neumarkt, Silesia, was a typical dull Teutonic town. Before the war its population was about 6,000. When the Russians occupied it during their Berlin offensive, only 2,000 remained. The rest fled westward. Different from many other towns, Neumarkt scarcely suffered during the battle for Silesia.
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Live Within Your Blood Pressure
"If you had no blood pressure you’d be dead," your doctor will tell you— If you have high blood pressure you may still be able to live a happy life
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W. W. BAUER
WHAT HAPPENS when the doctor wraps the silk cuff around your arm and pumps it up until your fingers tingle? You know that he is taking your blood pressure, but what happens in the instrument he uses and what is the significance of his observation?
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THEY WANT ANOTHER FÜHRER
Sure, the Germans quit . . . But have they learned war doesn’t pay?—No, says Shapiro of the Germans in Holland
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
AMSTERDAM (By Cable)—A thousand dramas were merged into one amazing spectacle for eye, mind and emotion when troops of the First Canadian Army rolled into the Fortress of Western Holland to effect the surrender of the huge German Army under Colonel-General Johannes Blaskowitz.
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LONDON LETTER
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London Looks At Peace
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Beverley Baxter
A. Beverley Baxtor, M.P.
VICTORY has come after starts and hesitations, which took from the announcement, and probably just as well, any measure of frenzied excitement. I shall, in my next letter, give the picture of how Britain marked its joy and relief, but historically it is necessary to study the strange mood which preceded it.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross Country
What Happened in Halifax Riot? Diamonds Found in Labrador? Kissing Is Now Legal in Toronto B.C. Japs Vote Return to Japan
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IN FOOT-DEEP letters a Halifax optician scrawled, “Why?” across the smashed remains of his boarded-up store front. Other merchants, clearing ankle-deep glass and debris from before their wrecked shops, wondered, too. Why had hysterical mobs, spearheaded by sailors, destroyed and looted the heart of Halifax in a several-million dollar V-E Day blitz? Haligonians, wading through havoc unmatched since the 1917 explosion, could find no convincing answer.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
Quebec—Key to Election?
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
IT WAS literally momentous for the federal Liberal Party when Hon. P. J. A. Cardin quietly announced that he was abandoning his new National Front Party in Quebec. Here in Ottawa it has been felt for some time that Mr. Cardin had lost much of his old fire and creative spirit.
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THE HOUSE ON GRIDLEY STREET
Rigors of being a wartime landlady weren’t funny to Mellie, laugh as you may — and probably will
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FRANCES SHIELDS
THE Theodore Todd Henrys took the house on Gridley Street for an adequate wartime reason —there was nothing else to take in Clinton. The house had little in its favor, but the Henrys were slightly stir-crazy from living in one room, ornately furnished with a bed, a dresser, one chair and a greenish bulb dangling like an unripe pear from the ceiling.
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FROM UNDERGROUND TO EMBASSY
Neither Vichy jail nor Nazi force could quench Jean de Hauteclocque's loyalty to France, the land he represents at Ottawa
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GERALD H. WARING
IT WAS terrible to be arrested by Frenchmen.” Jean Marie François de Hauteclocque, now Ambassador of France to Canada, would have preferred the Gestapo. The Bochen were arresting, enslaving, torturing and murdering Frenchmen by the thousands.
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A HOME LIKE OURS
What did we fight for? On the morning of victory a son understands what his father had known when he marched away to war 30 years before
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FRANK BROOKHOUSER
THE cemetery sits on the hilltop, where it can see the living. It is a calm sea of white faces oblivious to the bitter winds and frost of winter; to the glaring sun and heat of summer. There is peace there—and nothing changes it—always peace. There is a narrow rutted dirt road that skirts the cemetery for a short distance and then vanishes unobtrusively into a small wood where the trees have not yet been cut down to make way for the new homes that are spreading over the hill.
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"Lucky" Lehmann
A movie star at 22, Winnipeg’s Carla Lehmann wonders if her success in British films has come too fast for her own good
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Jane Armstrong Earl
WHENEVER Carla Lehmann reflects on her brief but brilliant career she comes to the conclusion that her only misfortune is being too lucky. In the 10 years since she left Winnipeg, as a towheaded kid of 17, to become an actress in London, opportunity never bothered knocking at her door; it moved right in with her.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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CANNING
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
PRECAUTIONS—Read directions thoroughly and assemble all necessary equipment before you begin. Use only prime fruit at the peak of maturity and freshness. Examine jars for chips, cracks, rough edges, and use new rubbers that fit the jars; then test for air tightness before filling.
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Catholic Takes Issue With Duhamel
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Maclean's has been swamped with letters, from all parts of Canada, replying to Mr. Duhamel's article, published early in the year. Because of the time elapsed this will be the last letter printed on this subject. Mr. Duhamel’s article in your Jan. 1 issue, while enlightening in some respects, teems with inaccuracies.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Shirley Not!—It is rumored that Miss Temple can become quite temperamental at times.—Toronto Globe and Mail. Whoops!—Yep, this is a different war—two sergeant-majors have just been married in England.—London Free Press. Now Sarge—The private was late for parade.
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HUMOR
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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JUST when we begin to think the climatic rivalry between Vancouver and Victoria has flickered out, some agent provocateur puffs the embers into full flame once more. This time the old issue has been revived by one of Victoria’s bobby-helmeted constables, on duty at the CPR docks.
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