Issue: 19480115

Thursday, January 15, 1948
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MACLEAN'S
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CONTENTS
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EDITORIALS
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AUSTERITY? NONSENSE!
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WITHIN THE past month we’ve heard a good deal about the sad condition of Canada. To listen to some people you’d think the country was headed for ruin. We’re short of U. S. dollars. We’ve had to take emergency measures to meet an acute situation.
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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The Editors
REREADING Mrs. Renée Vautelet's page 18 article, "A Quebecker Speaks Out," we've just reminded ourselves that dealing with lady writers is often much simpler than dealing with men writers. Lady writers nearly always deliver their copy well ahead of their deadlines — a natural enough thing, we also reminded ourselves, in view of the relatively easy, uncrowded nature of a lady's working day.
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MAILBAG
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Covers and Cowboys, Eels and Whoopers
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May I say how much I like your recent covers; they are meaningful, instructive, interesting.— Mrs. E. M. Foster, Brandon, Man. Will you please explain the picture on the Nov. 1 cover? 1 can see no sense or nonsense either in it, nor in several of your cover pictures .
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THE BEAVER COMES HOME
As busy as his nicknamesake, Max Aitken, retired, roams his "native” New Brunswick like a benevolent whirlwind
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IAN SCLANDERS
THE fabulous little man with the domelike head, the deep-set restless eyes and the impish smile emerged from a bank in Fredericton one morning about a year ago with a wad of money as thick as a dictionary. Rt. Hon. William Maxwell Aitken, Baron Beaverbrook of Beaverbrook, N.
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THE PRUDE IS FATHER TO THE PERVERT
Says this psychologist: We can do very little about sex perverts — but we can stop creating more of them by banishing harmful taboos
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J. D. KETCHUM
THE GENUINE alarm caused by a series of recent sex crimes against children in various parts of the country has had one valuable result: people are now talking about treatment of sex offenders as well as their detection and punishment. But those who pin their faith on psychiatric help are due for disillusionment; adult sex perverts require long and intensive treatment and “cures” are seldom obtained.
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WITH AN AIR OF DIGNITY
Steve fought Kersh with all he had and he always lost. Then Rita showed him a new and terrible way to conquer
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MORLEY CALLAGHAN
THE LANGLEYS were all ashamed of what was happening to young Steve. It was much worse for them because they were such a well-known, respectable family. Old Mr. Langley had been the bank manager until he had suffered a paralytic stroke. For years Steve’s older sister, Pauline, had been the town librarian.
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Rats on the Warpath
Rats almost wiped out man once by destroying food, spreading plague. And they are still trying
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CHARLES NEVILLE
IF RATS were in the habit of celebrating their victories the way men often do, there would have been a lot of thick rat heads in Calgary, Alta., one day last July. There, in a railway yard, the rat forces of the East met those of the West, bridging the world’s last no rat’s land in the manversus-rat war which began many centuries ago.
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MAN OF FRANCE
Like Joan of Arc, de Gaulle hears a call to save France. And he who scorns dictators may yet become one himself
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MATTHEW HALTON
A FRENCHMAN and his wife and an English diplomat and myself were dining in Paris on a recent Saturday night and talk came round to the good old argument that great men are catastrophic. Apropos, of course, of General Charles de Gaulle. “Great men always leave a country with a hang-over,” said the Frenchman.
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LONDON LETTER
U.S. Back in the Empire?
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BEVERLEY BAXTER
IT SHOULD be clearly recognized in every country of the Commonwealth that we have reached a vitally important point in our history. In fact we are seeing the closing phase of the Second Empire and the beginning of the Third. The First Empire ended with the loss of the American colonies.
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Cross Country
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CALL THEM what you like, in the eyes of the B. C. Board or Industrial Relations, bellboys are men. As adult males they must be paid a minimum of $18 for a 40to 44-hour week. During its investigation, the board found that some of the “boys” in B. C.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
Fiasco in Dog Sleds
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
YOU MAY not have heard the last of Dana Doten, press attaché and speech writer for the American Ambassador here, who was fired last month. Doten has appealed his dismissal to Civil Service authorities in Washington. There’s a possibility that Doten may get his job back and that some of his superiors may lose theirs.
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PROTEST
This is a story about a buoy and a girl and a young man who lost his shirt but found that was one way to win
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ROGER PETTIT
SINCE EARLY morning a procession of slooprigged Class E racing scows had paraded under billowing jibs along the windward shore of Lake Arrowhead. The coves and bays of the lake were strange waters to most of the polished scow bottoms; they had been brought in on trailers during the past week for the Interlake E Class Regatta.
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A Quebecker Speaks Out
And prescribes some pride-swallowing by both French and English for the sake of a better Canada
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RENEE VAUTELET
AS A bilingual French Canadian, I frequently find myself being asked to explain Quebec to sinerely interested English Canadians. Occasionally I meet one who knows something about my province and can discuss it with me, but I find I can count their numbers on the fingers of two hands.
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Best Man at the Blueline
Forwards who run up against Kenny Reardon know he plays for keeps. They count themselves lucky to come out alive
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TRENT FRAYNE
WHENEVER Coach Dick Irvin of the Montreal Canadiens encounters a querulous old-timer all primed to argue that hockey players ain’t what they used to be, he brings the discussion to a close by pointing to Kenny Reardon. The good old days, says Dick, never owned Reardon.
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In the Long Run
Roy always did pick things up easily so you shouldn’t be surprised at the way he turned out
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ROBERT FONTAINE
WHEN I was twelve I belonged to the YMCA. We sang songs, played ping-pong, tossed a basket ball around and had lectures on living the good life. We did not care too much for the lectures, but since they usually preceded a dinner with chicken and ice cream we always listened to them.
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TEETH TAKE A DETOUR
Buck teeth can drive you to crime or suicide, but modern dentistry knows how to put crooked ivories in their place
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C. FRED BODSWORTH
ONCE upon a time a dentist was a man who mended damaged teeth. And if he couldn’t mend them he did the next best thing . . . ouch! But there’s a fasteexpanding branch of today’s dental profession whose members are working overtime at a new job they’re remodelling teeth.
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ATLANTIC HARVEST
Maritime fishermen are using the break the war gave them to shed their barnacles, update their ships and keep their place on the world’s menu
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JOHN MACLURE
THE SKIPPER and the wheelsman were two cigarettes in the dark. I was with them in the wheelhouse of the trawler Cape LaHave, out of the Nova Scotia port of Lunenburg, but all I could see was the glowing ends of their smokes. Nothing is blacker than a stormy December night on the North Atlantic.
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CHRYSLER CORPORATION
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WIT AND WISDOM
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And They Never Look Back— Nearly all women’s hats are different. Milliners rarely make the same mistake twice. Kitchener Daily Record. Weather Sign—If the sun sets in a bank of clouds, it will rise in the east next morning. — Moncton Daily Times.
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PARADE
CASE OF THE VANISHING CHOO-CHOO
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IF CANADIANS generally were somewhat shaken when Ottawa cracked down on over-the-border transactions, residents of border points saw their whole way of life threatened. Law-abiding in every other respect, the most upright border citizens normally consider it sinful and ultra vires to declare anything when returning home from an afternoon’s shopping in the U.
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