Issue: 19460115

Tuesday, January 15, 1946
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MACLEAN'S
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BLUE TOP BREWING COMPANY LIMITED
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BLUE TOP BREWING COMPANY LIMITED
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Editorials
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Mass Armies Won't Guarantee Peace
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IT WAS perhaps fortunate that General George Marshall’s book, arguing strongly for compulsory military training of Americans in peacetime, should have come out at the time of the Pearl Harbor enquiry. Front-page stories the same week were indicating that the Pearl Harbor disaster could have been prevented, not by a huge conscript army, but by a couple of phone calls which a couple of generals neglected to make. If this coincidence helps to defeat the current drive (by the same generals) for peacetime conscription, so much the better.
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MACLEAN’S
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CONTENTS
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IN THE Editor's Confidence
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IN THE Editor's Confidence
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WHEN we donned coveralls and started thumbing through back issues of Maclean’s dating from 1915 to 1920, we were trying to find what mark, if any, Thomas B. Costain (Prodigy at Sixty, page 18) had left on the magazine. He was its editor in that period, and we half thought that from some words he dropped in that period’s equivalent of this “Editors’ Confidence” we would find what made him a famous editor (Ladies’ Home Journal and Saturday Evening Post after leaving Maclean’s) and a famous novelist.
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED
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we're Fumlling Victory
Allied bickering and indecision is wrecking Europe and sowing the seeds of another world conflict, says this writer
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GENERAL ARTICLES
Commander Stephen King-Hall
LONDON (By Cable)—The sweets of victory are turning to ashes in men’s mouths. Disillusion, misery and fear are the Three Horsemen of the Apocalypse which are riding through Europe as the first snows of winter lay a vast shroud over the carcasses of famous cities from the Rhine to the Volga.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Tell Them the Truth
What does Chisholm mean when he says: "We should stop teaching children rights and wrongs"? Here’s the answer in his own words
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BOCK CHISHOLM,M.D.
FOR THE first time in history man faces the problem of his own survival as a species. We have no reason to as sume that he will survive. Man has. existed on earth only a million or two million years, and many an organism now extinct lasted longer than that; Man, too, might be recognized as a mistake quite early in his development and become extinct.
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FICTION
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Romance in the Dark
Mike's fear of darkness was mounting toward panic when a girl who loved him taught him the heart is never blind!
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ALLAN SWINTON
SLOWLY he rose out of oblivion into empty darkness. His thoughts cohered and he remembered. His hands went to his eyes. They were still masked, and the mask was held fast by sticky tape. A girl’s voice said : “Not yet. You must rest first.” He rested for hours that stretched into days, while subdued voices, some strange, some familiar, came and went.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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DISEASE KILLER FROM THE SOIL
Scientists don’t know yet exactly how much streptomycin will do —only that it takes over where the sulfas and penicillin leave off
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George H. Waltz, Jr.
TO MOST of us the word "dirt" has always carried with it the thought of filth, germs and disease. For years, in medical history, the earth that people walked on was blamed for many of the world's sicknesses. Yet from scoopfuls of this same dirt common ordinary garden soil gathered from around a small laboratory building on a university campus has come a new and potent disease~killing drug, streptomycin.
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CCF SHOW WINDow
After 18 months of Socialist Government, Saskatchewan is a small-scale display of what the Party would like to do with the rest of Canada
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D. B. Rogers
Victor J. Mackie
I SOMETIMES think we take ourselves much too seriously in this movement ... I hope we in the CCF will learn to laugh more.” The voice was the voice of Saskatchewan’s premier, Thomas Clement Douglas. He was speaking before 500 CCF-ers at the Party’s provincial convention in Saskatoon.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BEVERLEY BAXTER'S London Letter
The Gloves Are Off
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AT ONE O’CLOCK this morning a tired but noisy House of Commons was debating whether there should be a purchase tax on the furniture involved in war memorials in churches We were on the Budget resolutions, and had been at it since three o’clock in the afternoon The suggestion that the State should not take revenue from war memorials was just one of many things put forward by the Opposition.
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Cross Country
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PROBLEMS of peace no longer loom as large as they did for Hampton, peaceful village on New Brunswick’s Kennebecasis River. When war ended, practically every Hampton family wondered what would happen to those of its sons who returned from the fighting services.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
Capital Follies — Winter Edition
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POSITIVE reasons for optimism about 1946 may be few, but plenty of people in Ottawa have one good negative reason: No matter what 1946 may bring forth, they cannot be wrong much oftener than they were in 1945. Among these backhanded optimists your correspondent numbers first of all himself.
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FICTION
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Fish'n' ships
Ships was just a little boy and the flat-top was very big. But he knew a sailor’s duty
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LLOYD SMITH
ME AND Ships were in the basement, working on the engine, when mom called down, so excited we knew something big had happened. “Fish and Ships!” she shouted. “Dad’s coming home tomorrow!” They call me Fish because I sure like fishing, and Ships is my little brother, and he goes for boats.
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PRODIGY AT SIXTY
As a boy in Brantford, Ont., Tom Costain loved history . . . As a man he guided authors . . . At 55 he borrowed a typewriter, and last year coined $200,000 with "The Black Rose"
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Merrill Denison
BECAUSE a towheaded hoy in Brantford, Ont., 50 years ago found real people walking through the pages of his history books, a white-haired former Canadian has become the writer of the season’s best seller. The novel is “The Black Rose,” and the man is Thomas B.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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HOUSE THAT SUN BUILT
Building workers perspired in midwinter — without a fire! That started the solar house, in which the sun is part of the furniture
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John Caulfield Smith
IT WAS different from any house I’d ever seen, and, as an architect, I get inside more than most people. It was low—only one-story—and its walls were practically all plate glass on the south, but almost windowless on the north. And it had something else I’d never seen in an ordinary house—an eave so wide it was just like a hatbrim hanging over the southern windows.
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They Make Money
Is your piggy bank packed? Don’t let on to the Mint. People who hoard coins keep it working overtime
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BILL STEPHENSON
MONEY doesn’t usually cause headaches, unless you haven’t any. So it is a slight shock to learn that because Canadian coins are jingling today in many pockets where they never jingled before, there are people in Canada who for five years have had to work harder than ever before.
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FICTION
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Keep 'Em Happy
The Carrs were a nice, normal, not very efficient family— until Gregg the Butler turned loose his executive touch
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LAWRENCE TREAT
WHEN I came home from the office I noticed that part of the lawn had been cut. That meant great events were in the making; Lois had found another couple. I parked the car in the garage, strode hopefully across the driveway and watched the front door open.
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THE WHITE MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE WHITE MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19460115_0059_002_0027.xml
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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TWO FOR TEA
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Helen G. Campbell
NICEST of all the little ceremonies connected with food and drink is that of filling the teacups for a four-o’clock twosome. Your partner may be a special crony come for a good gossip, but even the friendly dropper-in is reason enough to share potluck and a nibble of something.
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QUIZ FOR CANUCKS
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QUIZ FOR CANUCKS
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F. W. RAYFIELD
THIS IS the third of a series of Canadian quizzes designed to test your knowledge of the country you live in. A correct answer entitles you to score five. A total score of 60 brackets you as well-informed. At 80 you re exceptional; and if you’re between 80 and 100 you’re out of this world.
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HUMOR
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Wit and Wisdom
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Skin Deep Preferred Of course a girl would rather have beauty than brains. Most men can see much better than they can think.— Brandon Sun. Years and Years—A loquacious prisoner appeared before a Montreal court recently and continued to talk throughout the proceedings.
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HUMOR
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Parade
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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MARY’S little lamb may have caused some slight annoyance to Mary’s teacher, but for sheer tribulation arising from the presence of livestock in classrooms, our heart goes out to the principal and staff of Hollyburn School, West Vancouver.
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THE CARLING BREWERIES LIMITED
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THE CARLING BREWERIES LIMITED
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