Issue: 19460101

Tuesday, January 1, 1946
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MACLEAN'S
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Editorials
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Remember: We Were Lucky
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HERE’S A New Year’s resolution for everybody, but especially for North Americans: To keep our tempers. Whatever 1946 may have in store, dissension is a certainty. It’s an aftermath of strain, a fruit of disappointment—the democracies will have trouble with Russia, labor with management, management with labor, Americans with Englishmen, Canadians with both.
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Cartels and Free Enterprise
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FRED McGREGOR’S cartel report is a clear challenge to all who believe in free enterprise. In Mr. McGregor’s dispassionate recital of case histories we find that enterprise isn’t free just because it’s private—that competition can be, and sometimes is, deliberately throttled for the gain of established interests.
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Editorials
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The Road to One World
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ANTHONY EDEN, who spoke for Britain at San Francisco before the Atomic Age dawned, says now the only solution for our international difficulties he can see is “that we all abate our present ideas of sovereignty.” Ernest Bevin, who spoke for Britain at the London conference in September, agrees.
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Dangerous “Protection”
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IT’S UNFORTUNATE Britain’s system of control over her imports should have taken, at this juncture, the appearance of a “protection” policy more drastic than any tariff ever devised. Canadians understand very well the difficulties of the British position.
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MACLEAN’S
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CONTENTS
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IN THE Editors' Confidence
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IN THE Editors' Confidence
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BEFORE you shatter the first of those shiny new resolutions we urge that you read and digest two articles in this our first issue of another year. In “Hotheads” (page 19)Donald A. Laird gives the psychological lowdown on what happens when people permit their tempers free rein.
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CANDIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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CANDIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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STRIKE TOWN
What happens to a city's people when its industrial heart is stopped by a strike? Here's a close-up of the Battle of Windsor
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BLAIR FRASER
WINDSOR, Ontario, has 120,000 population and more, than 40 industrial plants, but only one industry. When 20,000 auto workers went on strike, Windsor’s heart stopped beating. Ford Motor Company workers alone lost $70,000 a day, five days a week.
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$2,000 FOR PRIZE STORIES
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$2,000 FOR PRIZE STORIES
Announcing the winners in Maclean’s Canadian Short Story Contest
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THE EDITORS take pleasure in announcing that prizes in Maclean’s Canadian Short Story Contest have been awarded as follows: $1,000 Grand Prize "It Takes All Kinds,” by Kay Webster (Mrs. Paul Belanger), Vancouver. $500 Prize —"I’ll Wait For You All My Life,” by Jean Howarth, Vancouver.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Money in Mushrooms
Sixteen miles of mushroom beds...Charles Slack, Waterloo, P. Q., took a chance. Now he’s the Empire’s top mushroom grower
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Lyn Harrington
Hugh Jeffries
YOU step through a door into cavernous gloom. As your guide, with the miner’s lamp on his hat, turns to close the door, his beam of light washes briefly over hundreds of little white blobs. Far away another workman’s light dances like a will-o’-the-wisp.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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WILFRED AND THE TWO-TON ROMEO
Wilf’s romance was heading straight for the ditch until the night he showed Marie what a jet-propelled jalopy really could do
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ROBERT T. ALLEN
WILF MEADOWS snaked himself from under the jalopy behind Beeson’s Highway Lunch and started toward the front of the building, grease on his face and a studious frown crinkling his forehead. Leaning close to the screen door he squinted through his smudged spectacles and called to Marie Davidson.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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They Sleep to Survive
In a strange halfway house between life and death, billions of nature’s creatures bury themselves and their winter worries...and sleep
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GEOFFREY HEWELCKE
THERE’LL come a time this winter when you’ll poke a reluctant foot out from under the blankets and wonder whether you’re really bright to live in Canada when you might be basking in warmer climes. If you listen very closely at that time you might hear a sleepy chuckle—a billion billion tiny chuckles rolled into one—from the snow-covered Canadian earth.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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FIELD MARSHAL ALEX
"Canadians will find his genius as a war leader neither overshadows nor intrudes upon his greatness as a man."
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L. S. B. SHAPIRO
LONDON (By Wireless)—On the afternoon of May 26, 1940, the sun beat down out of a cloudless sky onto the rolling terrain between Armentières and Dunkirk. A group of high British officers sat around a big paper-littered table in a French roadside inn.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter
Ernie Bevin
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WHO IS going to be the greatest man of 1946? We used to ask that in Fleat Street each January and I imagine the prophets will be hard at it again as that grand old atomic year 1945 is counted out. With some diffidence I suggest that Ernest Bevin, the Foreign Secretary of Great Britain, may prove to be the Man of the New Year.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Washington Memo
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
THE brightest omen in the cloudy and confused Washington scene is the way in which Congressional support has crystallized for the act which will put the United States effectively with the UNO. This is the act which authorizes the U. S. representative on the United Nations Security Council to cast his vote and to commit to action an agreed quota of U. S. armed forces, without consulting Congress.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
Can a Civil Servant Say What He Thinks?
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
BROCK CHISHOLM and his Santa Claus speeches threw a new spotlight on an old issue: How freely may a civil servant speak? Everyone, including Dr. Chisholm, agrees that no civil servant may publicly discuss Government policy. If he feels he must do so, he must, resign.
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FICTION
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When You Win You Lose
The professor thought Man-O’-War was a battleship, but his horsepicking system was flawless..Well, almost!
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FRANK MANN HARRIS
IT IS at the downtown public library I first run across this Professor Clements, whose sensational new system of figuring race track winners, and what, comes of it, I will now tell you all about. And when I get through I hope that certain so-called friends of mine will have the common decency to feel ashamed of theirself.
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How Fast Can We Fly?
It’s costing lives and fortunes to solve the aerial riddle—Why do high-speed planes suddenly plunge to earth like spent rockets?
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WOLFGANG LANGEWIESCHE
HE DID it probably just from exuberance of spirit; it high-speed dive is a wonderful sensation. He was at 30,000 ft. in his fighter, doing some 350 m.p.h. So he rolled over and pointed his nose at the ground and let her go. The speed built up: 400, 450, 500 m.p.h.
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Hot-heads
Keep your temper—!t*s valuable. Squander it, and you*re unhappy. Harness !t, and you can go places
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DONALD A. LAIRD
CONGRATULATE yourself if you have a temper —It shows you are human. But do you know how to keep it under control? And those who have no tempers can congratulate themselves too—they are spared much embarrassment from its outbursts. But does it mean you have a blank spot in your emotions?
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Laurentian Playground
Better snow, better trails and better slopes... That’s the Laurentians. Resort men have spent $30 millions so far. Experts say it’s just a start
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TED McCORMICK
ALMOST anybody on this continent who owns a pair of skis nurses a hope to spend some time in the Laurentians. This year—from current indications—more people will fulfill that ambition than ever before. By train, plane and automobile, brightly garbed cit y folk are flocking to Laurentian ski slopes and trails from all over eastern Canada and the United States.
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I Hereby Resolve
Don’t let your New Year’s Resolutions throw you. Line up the difficulties. Then beat them to a pulp
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SCOTT YOUNG
RIGHT NOW, I know, many of you are preparing lists of New Year’s resolutions. Burglars will be resolving never again to forget their rubber-soled shoes, six-day bike riders will be resolving not to cut in on their grandmothers in the heat of the race, and so on.
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IIIPI KI II, OIM,
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IIIPI KI II, OIM,
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC BRUSH CO. (Canada) Ltd.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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SWEETS FOR THE SWEET
Three desserts with a delicate air—and a fine flavor
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
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HUMOR
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Wit and Wisdom
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Hot Money — Detroit preacher sounds the old warning: “You cannot take your money with you to the next world.” And even if you could, it would probably burn up.—Sudbury Star. Stay Awake Too—The Liberal members of Parliament will have to forego bingo and shows because of the narrow Liberal majority in the House at Ottawa.
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HUMOR
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Parade
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OF ALL the tales both gay and grim which our scouts have uncovered lately, the most heartrending has to do with an Army officer who for three mortal months was literally sat upon. Seems he was posted to Little Mountain Military Depot at Vancouver for discharge.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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