Issue: 19470215

Saturday, February 15, 1947
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MACLEAN’S
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Editorials
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It's Time to Acton Immigration
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DURING the last session of Parliament, a Senate Committee brought down an excellent, vigorous report on immigration. During the current session, a committee representing the government departments most closely concerned is committed to bring down another report on the same subject.
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IN THE Editors' Confidence
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IN THE Editors' Confidence
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FICTION writing, we’re told every so often, is a cinch. The author has only to wait for an inspiration, then reach for his or her typewriter and knock off 5,000 scintillating words for which some eager editor will shuck out the price of a new mink coat.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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MEN BY THE SEA
A Maclean’s editor travels the Maritimes, finds a boom —and a question: "What will we do when it’s over?"
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BLAIR FRASER
RESERVE MINES, Cape Breton, is not a pretty town. It stands on the barren plain between Sydney and Glace Bay, a cluster of soot-blackened houses at the head of an abandoned mine. About six o’clock on a bleak December evening I knocked at the back door of a house in Reserve.
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BEDSIDE CRISIS
The patients cry "Oh Nurse!"emdash;and there is no nurse. Why ? Here’s the revealing story of a sick profession
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MAX BRAITHWAITE
RIGHT NOW Canada is going through the most critical nursing shortage in her history. That’s no news to the overworked nurses themselves, or to the hospitals that are shipping convalescents home days before their time so that they can look after more serious cases.
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FICTION
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Portrait of Anna
This was no portrait to be hung in Grace's smug home. was a girl's soul, naked in a frame
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JEAN HOWARTH
GRACE’S CALL caught me just as I was leaving the office. She sounded a little breathless. “I was afraid I would miss you. I want you to come out for dinner. My parcel has just arrived.” “What parcel?” “Never mind. I’ll show you when you get here.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Mr. St. Laurent
Louis St. Laurent by-passed politics to land in the cabinet. He’s Canada’s voice to the world
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M. Grattan O'Leary
THE LATE "Tiger Tim" Healy, wittily referring to his own political career, once spoke of the good fortune of a man whose father had been hanged. "If the son turns out badly," he said, "everybody agrees that it is not his fault, whereas if he is only a reasonably decent member of society, everybody says, `What a contrast with his father!'" it is a tribute to Louis St. Laurent, Minister of External Affairs and perhaps the most talked-of politician of his day, that public estimate of him rests in no way upon whether his ancestors were rogues or ruffians or wore shining armor and great swords.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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HOPHEADS
One jimmy fix leads to another till you lie, cheat, steal to get money for dope
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Robert Francis
A MUSCLE in the man’s face twitched convulsively, and in the smoky light of the tavern in Vancouver’s east end the grey scars on his face and neck seemed like deep pockmarks. The bones appeared ready to break through the dirty skin of his restless hands.
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Londoner In New York
"Woman, woman, woman,!" exclaims Baxter. "New York is her shrine, her holy city, her heaven and her hell"
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BEVERLEY BAXTER
NEW YORK—Despite the proved legend of American hospitality, New York welcomed the Queen Elizabeth with a blizzard. The snow was driven against the flanks of the mighty ship but she merely snorted defiance and told the tugs to get on with their job or pulling her into dock.
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Cross Country
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PREMIER J. WALTER JONES of Prince Edward Island had news to tell—big news. He’d just reached agreement with the Dominion on a subsidy for giving up provincial income and corporation taxes, and he wanted to let P. E. I. and the rest of Canada know about it.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
NOT SINCE Mitch Hepburn torpedoed the Sirois conference had Dominion-provincial relations been in such a mess. It was nothing new for provincial premiers to come to Ottawa thirsting for the blood of the Minister of Finance. But this time, the visiting hatchet men were not the customary foes.
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Blonde On Blades
Barbara Ann Scott could hit the star dust trail to Hollywood like Sonja did, but Barbara wants a home
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DOUGLAS HOW
FOR FIGURE SKATING 1936 was an important year. Sonja Henie turned professional— the magic girl who had won 10 world’s titles turned them in on movies, flashy shows and the big money. And in Ottawa there was a girl of seven who took her first skates to bed with her as though they were dolls.
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Eat What You Like
Here’s a shock for parents : When little Junior spurns his porridge but craves candy—he may be right
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George H. Waltz, Jr.
THE NEXT time you’re tempted to scold little Junior for passing up his spinach, just sit back, relax, and try to enjoy your own meal. When you surprise him with his fist in the cooky jar or his finger in the jam pot, don’t worry too much about his sudden overwhelming yen for sweets.
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Boy Wonder
Somehow, Bill Myles had to convince two people he wasn't a quitter. One was himself... the other, Julie
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Robert Thomas Allen
BILL MYLES was tilting his coke to his lips when he saw Lucas and the girl. They were corning toward the stand, the wind off the bay plastering the girl’s striped skirt and flimsy blouse close to her young body. She was about 19, Bill judged. A youngster.
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Geralde and the Green, Green Grass
All Great-uncle Geralde had left was the green grass . . . under him for a while, then over him
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ROBERT FONTAINE
MY GREAT-UNCLE GERALDE, at the age of 97, developed an intense liking for walking barefoot in the grass. We ourselves had no grass, but in front of the house next door was a nice young lawn. Around this lawn there was a thin string running. In the middle of the lawn was a sign: KEEP OFF THE GRASS Geralde and I used to sit on the veranda and look at the grass next door.
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Forever Apeman
Tarzan has been swinging through Hollywood's trees ever since 1918. He's still going strong!
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KATE HOLLIDAY
THE BAMBOO RAFT floated gently downstream, bearing Tarzan, his wife, Jane, and Boy to the fiesta of the great king. The current swept them past a tangle of jungle growth, past thick beds of red and white water lilies. The chattering of a thousand birds spoke welcome to the Apeman.
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Wheat Queen
In the busy day of the farm woman Amy Kelsey finds time to grow North America’s best wheat
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Arthur Gibbon
ON HIS six-acre ranch at Erickson, in the heart of British Columbia’s Kootenay country, Charles Kelsey grows apples, pears, peaches, apricots and plums for shipping. For his own use he raises strawberries, raspberries and loganberries.
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MAILBAG
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My attention has been drawn to “Backstage at Ottawa,” in your last issue. It was news to me that I was “regarded by the Government as one of its most implacable enemies.” Most of the members of the Cabinet are lifelong friends of mine, and during last session I was paired with an Opposition member, ,Mr. Ashby, Social Crediter, of Calgary.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Graveyards and Mirrors — A cemetery is a place filled with people who thought the world couldn’t get along without them. — Galt Daily Reporter. Worth Cultivating—Poise is the ability to keep talking in a restaurant while the other man picks up the check.—Calgary Herald.
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HUMOR
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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THE YOUNGSTER strode confidently into Chappie's Lunch in Wiarton, Ont., and plunked a nickel on the counter. “Got any ice cream cones?” The proprietor said, “Sorry.” “Any peanuts?” Same answer. “How much is your gum?” asked the kid, and they both stared bleakly at the nickel as the proprietor replied, “Six cents.”
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