Issue: 19451015

Monday, October 15, 1945
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MACLEAN'S
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PARKER PEN CO., LTD.
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PARKER PEN CO., LTD.
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Editorials
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This Bill is For Your Future
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CANADA never can write PAID across all her war bills. She never can write PAID across the wooden crosses which mark the graves of her dead in far-off soil. The debt to the maimed and blind, and to the bereaved, cannot be erased by money. But there are obligations which have to be measured in dollars; bills which must be paid.
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MACLEAN’S
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CONTENTS
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NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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IN THE Editor's Confidence
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IN THE Editor's Confidence
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WE CAN now report that reading of the 2,135 manuscripts entered in Maclean’s Canadian short-story contest has progressed to a point where a selection is going forward to the final judges. It is with considerable satisfaction that we announce that two of Canada’s best-known authors have agreed to collaborate with the editors in that capacity — Gwethalyn Graham and Hugh MacLennan.
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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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Hovels for Heroes
Crowded homes, makeshft homes, no homes at all! Here's the sorry story of veterans' housng
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BLAIR FRASER
ON THE door was one of these WELCOME HOME signs that they sell in 15-cent stores. It looked a little pathetic in the dingy, illlighted hallway, but the full irony of it wasn’t visible until the elderly lady opened the door to show me into the “apartment” itself.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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JAPAN IN DEFEAT
To the Japanese amid his ruins, war and defeat were a "regrettable accident," the consequences of which he must accept because his Emperor says so
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Col. Richard S. Malone
TOKYO (By Wireless)—The attitude of the average Japanese to his present plight, in my opinion, was best summed up by a very old English-speaking Japanese woman at the front desk of our hotel. She was scarcely the size of a nine-year-old Canadian child.
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FICTION
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HOME IS THE HUNTER
That red day at Caen had done something to Neil. But a girl who loved him and a man who’d also fought showed him the way back
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JOHN RANDOLPH PHILLIPS
THE tang of autumn was pungent in the October air when Tom Anthony awoke that morning. Slipping across the room on bare feet, he leaned against the window sill. In fancy he smelled burning leaves, saw a brace of dogs pointing and heard the explosive clatter of a rising grouse.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Crisis in the Kitchen
"Be mine, sweet maid," begs the housewife—But the girls who’ve tasted war plant pay say the last thing they’ll do is dust or wield a mop again
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KATHARINE KENT
WHO’S going to do the housework? “Not I,” cries the back-weary housewife who once had a “general” at $35 a month and a char once a week for three dollars and carfare. “I want my maid back.” “Not I,” says Rosie the Riveter, who has been making more in a week since she started punching a factory time clock than she once made in a month as a kitchen mechanic.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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EXPORT SUCCESS STORY
Sure we can sell abroad . . Here’s the story of a company which has spread the "Made in Canada" stamp around the world
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HELEN BEATTIE
WHAT,” asked the quizmaster, “is the most common name in the world?” The contestant hesitated, muttered, and finally blurted out, “Smith, I guess.” “Wrong,” said the quizmaster, “the most common name in the world is Wong.” Sitting beside the radio in his Toronto home, W. J. Weldon snapped his fingers.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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SADDLE SILLY
Introducing "The Riders of the Eastern Range" who've gone western in wild and woolly Ontario
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LINDA BRUCE
HIS OUTFIT looked perfect . . . grey sombrero, bright yellow-checkered shirt, red silk kerchief knotted at the neck, sturdy blue jeans and high-heeled boots. He was tall, tanned and nonchalant as he leaned on the coiTal fence. From where I stood he looked every inch a cowboy, a true rider of the purple sage.
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FICTION
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BEST for the BOY
Andy was a problem child, but he was wiser than his mother, whose problem was solved almost too late
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DOROTHY BASTIEN
JUNE waited in the shadow of the big brick school building, her hands thrust deep into the pockets of her dark coat. The spring dusk wasn’t really cold but she was shivering uncontrollably. “What’s teacher standing over there for?” she heard the boys, skimming by on bikes, asking one another. Their voices were shrill, unsure, eighth grade voices—like Andy’s.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BEVERLEY BAXTER'S LONDON LETTER
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WELL, the nightmare ended in war and the war has ended in what is technically known as peace. At any rate the guns are silent and the tanks are stupid motionless things that merely clutter up the countryside. At least the awful mutilation and slaughter of the young has come to an end; and as nations we have escaped the slavery of the jack boot.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Cross Country
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CANADIANS in British Columbia, Manitoba and Nova Scotia march to the polls this month in the first provincial elections since war ended. The results in the first two provinces may indicate the answer to the question—what are the postwar prospects of the CCF? Political tipsters do not always agree, but in the main they dope the three campaigns this way: The CCF will make its major bid in B.C., against Premier John Hart’s Liberal-Conservative coalition, when west coasters vote Oct. 25.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
New Commons Promises Surprises
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
THERE may be big surprises before this Parliament’s life is run. After the steam-roller majority and tame docility of the last House, this one has a fluid quality that no one yet has entirely gauged. All sorts of things might happen, and you get the feeling in parliamentary corridors that new moods and new alignments are forming almost imperceptibly.
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FICTION
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Sunday Face
Jenny wore two faces. One was too good for this world. Aunt Cora never saw the other, but it saved her romance
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EVELYN MURRAY CAMPBELL
JENNY sat on the top step of the side porch, hemming a towel with stitches as small and neat as herself. Jenny was eight years old. She had light-brown hair tied in two braids with a blue ribbon and bits of shoestring to keep the ends in. Her large, bland, blue eyes were a little absent at times.
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QUACKER COMEBACK
With bulldozer and beaver, Ducks Unlimited has multiplied Canada's duck population fivefolefin seven years
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S. KIP FARRINGTON, JR.
NORTH AMERICA’S vast wild duck factory, which was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy less than 10 years ago, is solvent again. The ducks don’t know it, of course, but those late-model quackers flighting south these autumn days from the assembly line that runs across three prairie provinces and north toward the Arctic owe their survival to a fantastic organization called Ducks Unlimited.
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BRITAIN CAN'T SPARE US MEN
"Our people are our best assets and we cannot afford to export them in any numbers," says this British ginger-group Conservative
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QUINTIN HOGG, M. P.
THE whole white population of North America and the Dominions owes its existence to individual acts of emigration from Europe, and in great part from the British Islands, in the past. This movement, which began in the 16th and continued up to the 20th century, represents one of the greatest human emigrations in the history of the planet.
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HOT PIANO
That Oscar Peterson plays the best ivory box I’ve ever heard,"says Count Basie of Montreal’s phenomenal young swingster
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Paul H. Zemke
TRAFFIC jammed and crowds gathered quickly in the downtown section of Montreal recently. Cops started clearing the people away; people who stood raptly, their eyes closed, their ears straining to follow the acrobatics of 10 black fingers on a piano keyboard in a music store.
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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GENERAL STEEL WARES LIMITED
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GENERAL STEEL WARES LIMITED
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BERTIE THE BEAVER
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Calvert DISTILLERS (Canada) Limited
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Calvert DISTILLERS (Canada) Limited
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nIMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LTD.
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THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LTD.
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MAIL BAG
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MAIL BAG
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I am sure many thousands of your readers share with you the disgust expressed in your editorial (July 1 issue) regarding the low-grade quality of the electioneering manifested in our recent elections. Also, in the need for better registration of voters.
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DOMINION ELECTROHOME INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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DOMINION ELECTROHOME INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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STEVENS-HEPNER COMPANY LIMITED
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TRAUB MANUFACTURING CO. OF CANADA LTD.
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TRAUB MANUFACTURING CO. OF CANADA LTD.
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TRIMZ COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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SIZZLIN’ SAUSAGES
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M. LOIS CLIPSHAM
HERE’S a dozen ways to serve these popular porkies: Plain fried—with vegetable accompaniment; fried with apple rings; with green or red tomato slices; with buttered noodles. Fried—with griddle cakes or waffles and syrup. Broiled—with kidneys, lamb chops or bacon and tomato halves or onion slices for a mixed grill.
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Maclean's_19451015_0058_020_0100.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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STRANGE OATHS
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PAUL GORMLEY
CHARLIE, a Chinese, was already in the witness stand and, as far as his immobile features would indicate, he was nervous. But the Oriental was not nearly as nervous as the dignified court officials seemed to be. There was a tremendous shuffling of papers and books going on in the courtroom, while the presiding Justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario did his utmost to retain the decorum of the Bench.
Maclean's_19451015_0058_020_0101.xml
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Try Toasting Them—Edible paper will be common after the war. But this won’t help us to digest some of our contemporaries’ opinions. — Peterborough Examiner. Power of the Press—An Alberta newspaper recently announced that “due to the shortage of newsprint a number of births will be postponed until next week.”
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Wit and Wisdom
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Laughing Matter
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Tribute — A new government official, who was rather pompous, was staying at a country inn, and as he entered the breakfast room the only other visitor present rose to his feet. “Sit down, sit down,” boomed the official condescendingly. “Why?” asked the other.
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The Coleman Lamp and Stove Co., Ltd.
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HUMOR
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Parade
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THE path of the amateur constructionist has its pitfalls, as witness this account from Mission, B.C., about a home-owning pair who set out to improve their front yard with a red concrete walk. They kept busy as beavers all evening, and when they knocked off for a cup of coffee the job was nearly completed.
Maclean's_19451015_0058_020_0109.xml
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