Issue: 19480415

Thursday, April 15, 1948
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MACLEAN’S
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EDITORIALS
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Is This a Tax Against Marriage?
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INCOME TAX DAY reminds us of a question that’s bothered us for years: Is the Canadian Government in a conspiracy against marriage? Is its secret slogan “Down with Motherhood”? To read a Canadian income tax form, you’d certainly think so. To begin with, married people aren’t allowed to be as sick as single people.
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EDITORIALS
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Frenchmen Welcome
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WE WERE very disappointed when Premier Maurice Duplessis of Quebec denied the report that he was planning to bring in 5,000 immigrants from France. Five thousand Frenchmen, or 50,000 for that matter, would be a great and welcome addition to thinly populated Canada.
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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WE HAVE been meaning to tell you something about Hugh Kemp for upwards of two years, ever since Mr. Kemp made his first appearance in the pages of this magazine. We’ve been postponing the project until we could check our findings with a certain contributor of ours who happens to live in the same part of Quebec as Mr. Kemp and has been closely acquainted with him for a long time.
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CONQUEST WITHOUT BLOOD
In Prague, the Communists showed how to seize a country, grab its wealth and crush its liberties in five days — without a shot
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HOWARD K. SMITH
LONDON — (By Cable) — The coup in Czechoslovakia technically was the most nearly perfect yet of the Communists’ postwar “revolutions.” It took Tito three years of bloodshed and civil war with Mikhailovitch to establish Communism in Yugoslavia.
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Sheep in Men’s Clothing
The horse, Lord Byron and James Watt’s teakettle still have a strangle hold on fashion-numbed males
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JAMES BANNERMAN
MY DISCHARGE ROUTINE was over at last. The medical officer, using a large blunt hypodermic (I think, although it may have been a small sharp bicycle pump), had taken away the regulation sample of blood. The antigas people had taken away my respirator, together with two pairs of clean socks and a cribbage board I’d carelessly left in it.
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CANCER CAN BE BEATEN
There’s hopeful news about cancer. One authority predicts: "The cure will come and, I believe, well within our time.”
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C. FRED BODSWORTH
NEVER had the elevator cage of a Canadian mine carried so strange a company of passengers. Past the 1,000-foot level it plunged without slackening speed, past the 2,000foot level. At 3,000 feet the mine cage stopped and into the rock corridor opposite the shaft were unloaded 200 wire pens.
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HOW NOW, GOSSIP?
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D. C. CULSHAW
IT WAS eight o’clock of a fine Saturday evening in early September when John Willy Wigglesworth dropped his bombshell. “The wedding,” he announced calmly, “will be put off to the 29th.” Manlike, he meant no harm, but his mother’s little kitchen suddenly crackled with suspicion.
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RISKY BUSINESS
Arthur Melling will insure you against a cloudburst, a smashup or twins. Lloyd’s of London rates him tops
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HUGH KEMP
ONE WEEK last autumn, two railway accidents occurred; one near Chicago, the other in the Canadian East. Shortly afterwards, two insurance claims passed over the desk of Arthur Lifton Melling of Montreal. One of them was from the American railway, claiming a quarter of a million dollars for damage to equipment.
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WHAT AILS OUR CITIES
Why do we have slums, traffic jams and overcrowding ? A town-planning expert diagnoses our urban headaches
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DR. E. G. FALUDI
CANADA has 15 cities with a population of more than 50,000, and each of them is bedeviled by: (a) traffic snarls in the downtown districts, (b) insufficient parking space, (c) declining or blighted areas within walking distance of the heart of the city, (d) a lack of either parks or recreational facilities and sometimes both and (e) lack of up-to-date housing facilities for the lower-income class.
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Cross Country
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A WEALTHY Prince Edward Islander, fortunate enough to own property in every one of the province’s 15 constituencies, could theoretically cast 30 votes in a provincial general election if he started early and traveled hard all election day.
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Crime, Sex and Democracy
BEVERLEY BAXTER'S FAREWELL TO U.S.
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ONCE MORE it is good-by to the New World and back to the problems, the shadows and the hopes of the old. I am writing this in a room of a university situated in Fort Collins, Col. Tomorrow a bus drive to Denver, then overnight to Chicago, overnight again to Toronto, then a third overnight journey to New York, one last speech there and so to the Queen Mary.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
War or Peace? Watch Italy
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
APRIL 18, the day of the Italian election, may turn out to be a very important date in the history of the world. Conceivably, it could mark the kind of turning point toward World War III that Munich marked the last time. A man just back from London was asked if he thought the British Government would take any “positive action” if the Communists should win in Italy.
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THE CHILDREN’S FACES
It was so pleasant up there on the roof in the hot sun. Nothing to bother you except the sound of the kids at play
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GAVIN S. CASEY
I WAS fixing the bad corner of Dawson’s roof— the place on the main gable that the cyclone carried away in 1945—and sucking in the Aussie sunshine. It was good after the war-torn places I’d been during the past six years. The sunshine was hot and dry, pouring from every corner of a sky vast enough to cover a whole cluster of worlds and blue like the glints in molten steel.
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Birds Are Funny, Too
In a cramped city back yard, Ross Baker found that the bird world has its wise guys, its gluttons—and its dunces
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CHARLES NEVILLE
IN A city back yard, so small that it would hardly make a lighting ring for a pair of tom cats, Ross Stewart Baker, ex-mechanic to bush pilots and a recovered arthritic, conducts one of the continent’s strangest psychological clinics. There he probes the behavior, not of humans, but of birds.
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SURVIVAL
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JOSEPH
ADELINE MARX
THOSE cigarettes ought to be dry by now,” Mrs. Davis said. She had been saying it for a long time, with a childlike insistence, and every time she said it Mr. Davis had said, “Not yet, Isabel.” But this time he leaned forward and touched the cigarettes where they lay drying on the thwart, picked one up and put it between his lips.
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THE LAST PEDESTRIAN
Is there still room in the world of machines for a man who uses his legs? Only if he is swift and cunning
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JOHN CLARE
A MAN I knew called Henry Blodgett often had the feeling that he was the last pedestrian. He found no solace for his loneliness in observing the crowded sidewalks. Most of the people in those crowds were obviously part-time practitioners and not real pedestrians at all.
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The Great Lakes
Along a trail the voyageurs blazed, 2,000 monster steel canoes ply North America’s inland seas to keep a continent alive
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LESLIE ROBERTS
THE BIG BOX that is the SS Lemoyne, one of the largest ships on the Great Lakes, inched slowly ahead, surrounded by night as black as the insides of a cow. The distant glow of blast furnaces over Hamilton harbor, blown into occasional glare by the pouring of molten slag, added to the inky pitch around the ship when the flood of brazen light ebbed.
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I Don’t Wanna Be a Star!
Look at our glamourous Kate up there. With a stiff upper lip she's taking Hollywood’s most exquisite torture — having her picture taken
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KATE HOLLIDAY
ONE OF the things a lady of the screen has to do is have her pitchur took. And this occurs not only on the set, where she moves about and reads lines and emotes, but also in what Hollywood calls “the gallery,” where her gorgeous puss faces a still camera.
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Canadian Youth "Debauched, Imbecile?"
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The Controversial Baxter I like Beverley Baxter as a writer but his last few letters seem away off the beam. While he blames the British for voting against Churchill, he does not state that this was the first election since before Munich and maybe they were just giving Churchill a rest while they cleaned off his coattails.
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Final Offer Modern politeness consists of a man offering his seat to a woman when he gets off the streetcar. Calgary Herald. Mass Exit An investigator says the blonde is on her way out. And that scraping noise is the men guests getting up to follow her.
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WE’RE delighted to report that aggressive journalism is not dead, as witness the reporter on The Varsity, University of Toronto student daily, who cunningly plied a coed with soft drink until she babbled a deep family secret involving her 16-year-old sister.
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