Issue: 19451201

Saturday, December 1, 1945
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MACLEAN'S
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EDITORIALS
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Humanity's Last Chance
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INTERNATIONAL gloom thickens as the United Nations Organization gets ready for its first meeting. Potsdam was hardly a success, the London conference an utter failure, and day-to-day work in Berlin and Vienna provides few silver linings.
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EDITORIALS
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Country Before Province
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PROVINCIAL premiers and the Federal Government are meeting behind closed doors at Ottawa this December to seek agreement on how Canada should modernize its constitution. Canadians everywhere are hoping that such an agreement will come forth.
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EDITORIALS
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A Job Well Done
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JOSEPH W. G. CLARK has retired as Director of Public Relations for the Armed Forces—a job he held as a civilian. During the war his men, in the uniform of all three services, were on every battlefield where a Canadian fought. He ran the show from Ottawa, made frequent frontline visits to make sure Canadians were being kept informed of what their fighting men were doing.
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MACLEAN’S
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IN THE Editors' Confidence
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IN THE Editors' Confidence
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THERE’S a popular misconception that writers and editors are sedentary folk who sit quiescent while the world rolls past their windows. Some do —but not those who write for us. Take as a prime example Lionel S. Shapiro, who covered the European War for Maclean’s, and is now overseas again, turning his analytical mind and gift for word painting to the job of depicting war’s aftermath.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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"EUROPE WON'T GO COMMUNIST"
What does Russia want? How far left is Europe really going? Is Allied diplomacy breaking down? Maclean’s Shapiro offers his answers
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
PARIS (by Wireless)—One of England’s favorite parlor stories during the war tells of three generals who found themselves in the same compartment of a train on the London-Birmingham run. They were on furlough from the front and were bristling with brass, bombast and campaign reminiscences.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Make Yourself Do It
Decide right now, "I'm going to do it!" The first 30 seconds are the hardest. Even the great had to make up their minds to succeed
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DONALD A. LAIRD
CAN YOU remember the first olive you tasted? You probably spat it out, or had to use your will power to swallow it. There are many other foods which people have learned to like by forcing themselves to eat them despite initial feelings of revulsion.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Funny Business
Belly laughs for kings and paupers, animated fiction for babes and greybeards, comics are a $100,000,000 business
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HAROLD DINGMAN
THE comic strip industry is a mad and cockeyed business, and on the dollar scale a fabulous business. Some 70,000,000 (at least) Americans read comic strips every day, as do some five to seven million Canadians (New York estimates), plus scores of uncounted millions more in 100 other countries and colonies, in 30 languages other than English.
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FICTION
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I'm the Girl
It was the man and not the ribboned uniform that Anne loved. But Tommy almost lost her before he understood
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ALEC RACKOWE
ANNE PELHAM didn’t see Tommy Brace when she first got out of the car. If she hadn’t been thinking of Tommy she probably wouldn’t have seen him at all. Quite a few people were going in and out of Markham’s, the biggest department store in Claymore, and Tommy wasn’t in uniform any more.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BUILT-IN GLASSES
Here's plastic in your eye! Contact lenses bring fresh hope to the near-sightless and glamour to the fugitive from horn rims
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Geoffrey Hewelcke
DROP your glasses on the sidewalk and they’ll bounce. Kick them and you may scratch their surface—but the scratch can be polished away, Wear themߞand they vanish . . . completely. We’re talking about eyeglasses. Not spectacles, of course, and actually not even glass.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BEVERAGE ROOM
The wets don’t like it. The drys detest it. The Government is stuck with it. Meet the Ontario beverage room
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MORLEY MURRAY
NOBODY likes Ontario’s beverage rooms. They are a nuisance to Government, a headache (be it ever so profitable) to the hotelmen who run them, a moral and social affront to temperance people, a blot on the landscape to people who do not use them, and an indignity to those who do.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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AH,NUTS
Meet George Corsan of lslington, Ont. What he does to nut trees is news to nut experts from Washington to Moscow
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SCOTT YOUNG
THERE are those who feel there is considerable justice in George Hebden Conan’s close association with nuts. This opinion is well known to Mr. Corean. If he cares, it certainly doesn’t cause much of a ruffle on the calm of his 88 years of living.
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IT HELPS TO CRY
Mary Ellen's Mom was a very wise woman. She knew that grief can often be traded for happiness
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DOREEN CORPS
MOM answered the telephone. She was so tiny she had to stand on tiptoe to talk into it. Dad was so big he had to stoop way down, and put a kink in his back, and Mary Ellen—well, seeing Mary Ellen’s eighth birthday was only a week past, and she was small for her age at that, she always had to stand on a chair.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter
Farce at Belsen
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DURING the war there were five shrines in London which Canadian soldiers on leave visited with the zeal of pilgrims. They were Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and Madame Tussaud’s Waxworks.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Washington Memo
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
AS WINTER comes the three transcendent perplexities of the President and Congress continue to be: Russia, the atomic bomb, and labor. There has been a growing tendency in some quarters to say that in their handling of Russia, President Truman and Secretary of State James F. Byrnes lack both the perspective and the finesse of the late President Roosevelt and former Secretary of State Cordell Hull.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
Proor Anti-tariff? Cabinet Put On Spot
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
FEW THINGS sound duller than a 20% tariff on steel pipe. But it was a proposed 20% tariff on certain steel pipe that set off the liveliest fight of the year inside the Federal Government; a fight that split the Cabinet right down the middle and moved western Liberals to the point of an open revolt which —had it materialized—might have defeated the Budget and the Government.
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Dream Acres
Even a dream house needs land to stand on. But to win their lot Kaleen and Bob had to beat a Scrooge at his own game
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CLAYTON HARTSOE
KALEEN hummed a tune as she prepared dinner. She was so excited she could hardly wait. Bob would probably walk in, throw out his chest, hook his thumbs in the armholes of his vest, and announce: “Mrs. Hill, you are now part owner of this Good Earth,” and she’d be thrilled to the tips of her toes.
Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0023.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Homes to Rent -AMERICAN STYLE
Canada has yet to lick the problem of low-rental housing. The Americans have tackled it with vigor and originality. Here’s a first-hand account of what they’ve accomplished
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John Caulfield Smith
CANADA’S Man-Behind-The-Eight-Ball this winter of 1945 is the citizen of medium to low income who dreams of a neat house or apartment, on a decent street, with a “For Rent” sign prominently displayed in the window. Contractors, insurance companies and governments all hope to be able to do something toward making his dream come true in 1946—but in the meantime “For Rent” signs continue to be as scarce as steaks on a meatless Tuesday.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BIG IRON
They sopped up lakes and redrew the map to get at Steep Rock’s iron . . . Now a rich red stream of ore is pouring out to the furnaces
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ROYD E. BEAMISH
THREE MILES out of Atikokan the wilderness road turns rust red. Another three miles and you suddenly emerge from virgin bushland to skirt the edge of an immense, barren, man-made saucer. A few scattered buildings at its edge look like toy houses.
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MOORE BUSINESS FORMS, LTD.
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MOORE BUSINESS FORMS, LTD.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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PARKE, DAVIS & COMPANY, LTD.
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PARKE, DAVIS & COMPANY, LTD.
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ENERY INDUSTRIES, INC
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ENERY INDUSTRIES, INC
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HONDERICH FURNITURE COMPANY LIMITED
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HONDERICH FURNITURE COMPANY LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Frigidaire Products of Canada, Limited
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CANADIAN WRIGHT LIMITED
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CANADIAN WRIGHT LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY LIMITED
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TRIMZ COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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TRIMZ COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Venus Pencil Co. Ltd.
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STANFIELD'S LIMITED
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STANFIELD'S LIMITED
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JOHN A. HUSTON COMPANY LIMITED
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JOHN A. HUSTON COMPANY LIMITED
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Make-up for Christmas
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
HOLLY, tinsel, green boughs, red candles and baubles all over the place — that’s Christmas. Put welcome on the door instead of the door mat. You can do it with a holly wreath, a spray of pine needles tied with a red oilcloth bow or a nosegay of pine cones, plain or silvered, outlined with a scarlet frill.
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Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. Ltd.
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Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. Ltd.
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THE COFFIELD WASHER COMPANY LIMITED
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THE COFFIELD WASHER COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0085.xml
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PAGE-HERSEY TUBES, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0088.xml
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MAIL BAG
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For Goodness Snakes
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Editor's Note—As Gordon Sinclair predicted in his article, “Snakes Alive," there has been a flood of letters from Maclean's readers denying his statement that snakes never swallow their young. Some also assert that snakes milk cows. The Magazine has not room for all the letters but prints the following selection— together with Gordon Sinclair's reply . . . And, please, no more letters on this subject.
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Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0092.xml
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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So Were the Japs—Clearly the time has come to halt any further published explanations of atomic energy. Even the inventors of same are becoming confused.—Sudbury Star. Typographical Only? — Trouble with most newspapers is that their slips are always showing.—Brandon Sun.
Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0093.xml
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HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION OF CANADA
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Wit and Wisdom
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Laughing Matter
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Modern Medicine—Jones: “Were you not in the hospital last night?” Smith: “Yes. I had a terrible high fever.” Jones: “What did they give you to cure it?” Smith: “A homely nurse!”—Montreal Star. Retort Courteous — Playwright: “That suit you’re wearing looks as if you had slept in it.”
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Parade
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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SOMETHING new has been added to the list of native Canadian sports by the laughter-loving burghers of Brooks, Alta. They call it a turkey derby, and, says our foothills scout, it’s a sight to see. He furnished a list of rules under which a recent turkey derby was run:
Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0098.xml
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Industrial Acceptance Corporation LIMITED
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Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0099.xml
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THE GRUEN WATCH COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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Maclean's_19451201_0058_023_0100.xml
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