Issue: 19480601

Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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EDITORIALS
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How to Help The Communists
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WE REMARKED last month on the unwisdom of too much libertarian scruple in dealing with Communists, who are not mere political dissidents but the agents of a hostile power. There’s an equal and opposite danger, though, that gets small attention these days.
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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ATTHEW HALTON’S thoughtful and arresting article, “Victory for the Vatican” (page 11) is the sort of piece we think you’ll read with interest. It’s the sort of piece we ourselves always read with dazed murmurs of relief. Keeping up-todate on Europe at the relatively leisurely pace of a twice-a-month deadline is easily the hardest part of our current operations, and every time we get an article out of that unstable news theatre which manages to combine freshness with solidity we feel like lighting the incense pots.
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MAILBAG
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Is Mr. Bannerman A Man or a Sheep?
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Bannerman in Men’s Clothing So Bannerman is at it again. In a previous article he says “Our Men Are Mice,” (Jan. 1). Now he says men are “Sheep In Men’s Clothing” (April 15) . . . Although he writes entertainingly of the submissive male, I have a dollar to donate to charity if he will go to any orthodox church on a hot day attired in sports clothes, shorts, open-neck shirt, minus collar or tie, and sit through the service for one hour.
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"WE CAN’T GO BACK”
To Canada, DP’s are so many strong backs. To DP’s, our Canada is a distant dream of freedom and plenty miraculously come true
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EVA-LIS WUORIO
GEORGES LURK got up at five that morning but already the other 23 men in the triplebunked cabin of the S. S. Marine Falcon were stirring. Karl Ohmet had his head out of the porthole and his voice was muffled. “Fog,” he said, “can’t see anything.” They took pains at washing and shaving and dressing.
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Vice Squad
"Toronto the Good?—Ha!” say the morality cops who try to keep it that way despite hopheads, prostitutes and gamblers
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TRENT FRAYNE
IN LINE with their city’s sobriquet, Toronto the Good, the 1,177 gendarmes who constitute the Toronto Police Department might be suspected of possessing jobs as difficult as that of a man selling gold to the mint. Similarly, it would appear likely that a Morality Bureau would be almost as necessary in this country’s most-renowned City of Churches as a bouncer in Utopia.
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No Home Should Be Without One
Sure, a woman’s place is in the home. But what if she starts to mix ballet with housework and serves dog biscuits to your boss?
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RICHARD B. GEHMAN
IT ALL started when Connie wanted her old job back and Ed wanted her to keep on being a housewife. That was funny, because Ed hardly ever argued with anybody. He was a tall friendly man with dark hair and an easy smile. Everybody liked Ed. You wouldn’t have thought he could get in such a mess.
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Want To Be a Boss?
With 10 little pictures and a big dose of psychology, experts can pick the presidents-to-be from the clerks
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PIERRE BERTON
ARE YOU after the boss’ job? Eager to step into the Old Man’s shoes tomorrow? If so, you’d better stop reading this piece right now. You’ll probably make a lousy business executive. The good executive isn’t concerned about snatching somebody else’s job: he’s too interested in doing his own properly.
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VICTORY FOR THE VATICAN
The Pope’s plea, more than U.S. aid, won Italy for the West. But the evils that breed Communism have still to be uprooted
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MATTHEW HALTON
ROME—(By Cable) Some months ago a wealthy Italian decided that the old Europe was finished, that Russian legions would be appearing over the Alps any day and that Italy was almost certain to go Communist at the national elections. He had already transferred as much money as he could to South America and early in April he packed up and sailed.
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Washington Memo
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
WASHINGTON is always beautiful in the spring. This spring has been unusually pleasant. The cherry blossoms came out early and each week has brought forth a new combination of blooms in Rock Creek Park and the smaller parks and private gardens.
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A Long Vigil, A New Light
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WE HAVE just had a strange and significant week in London. Monday morning produced midsummer weather for the unveiling of the late President Roosevelt’s statue in Grosvenor Square, and as usual the British proved that when it comes to pageantry there is no one to touch them.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
What’s Drew Up To?
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
ALL THREE parties seem to take it for granted that Premier George Drew will be re-elected in Ontario, June 7. Discussion, what there is of it, centres mainly on two questions: Why did Col. Drew call an election at all? What effect will it have on other June contests? He certainly didn’t need an election this year.
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BROTHERS
Papa had gone away. Unless some relative would look after the three boys they would have to go to the children’s home
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CHRISTINE VAN DER MARK
OLD JONATHAN NICOTINE sat by the campfire, smoking his pipe. In the gathering dusk, the firelight moved over his brown face and shone on his hands building pictures as he told his tale. The children bent nearer, shivering with delight. There was ten-year-old Neils Jensen, tow-headed and white-skinned, beside Simeon Bijou’s three boys, Raoul, Jason and Birch.
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A TOURIST TALKS BACK
Sure, we’ve a beautiful country, but how do we treat the people who drive here to see it? Terrible, says this writer, who tried it
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JAMES H. GRAY
ONE day last August a beaten victim of a New York heat wave, Ryan by name, wanted to get away from it all. He decided on a trip to Montreal. The climate, he had heard, was salubrious and, from all accounts, the natives were friendly. So he started to make arrangements to spend the Labor Day week end in the St. Lawrence metropolis.
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LIFESAVER IN A LAB COAT
Dr. Best of the Banting-Best insulin team today leads a crack squad of fighters against the diseases of man
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GERALD ANGLIN
SOME time after World War II had ended and the last Allied general had made his triumphal tour of liberated Europe, a civilian from Canada was ushered about Britain and the continent to a welcome no less heartfelt if somewhat less tumultuous than that accorded the high brass.
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THE CAGED
The trainer used his hate like a whip to train wild beasts. But he wasn’t prepared for what happened when he used it against another man
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PAUL ANNIXTER
IT WAS hard to say which of them hated the more: Netah, the black panther from the Indian jungles, or Jacques Riopelle, his trainer. Hate and jealousy burned in Jacques Riopelle every hour of the day and night. And Netah, with the possible exception of Riopelle himself, hated all other men and apparently all other animals.
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MICKEY CMES OF AGE
For nigh on 21 years, man and mouse, Walt and Mickey have been, making millions by making millions laugh
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KATE HOLLIDAY
ONCE UPON a time there was a mouse. He had big ears, two very black eyes and a button nose. He wore white gloves with three fingers instead of the usual four, white short pants, and talked in a high squeaky voice. He was born on a train between New York and Chicago almost 21 years ago, christened while the engine whoofled for a crossing near Albuquerque, N.M., and he has since made more money than any animal in history.
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Here, Fido—A woman went into a shop to buy a drinking bowl for her dog, and the salesman asked her if she would like one with the words “For the Dog” painted on it. “No, thank you,” she replied. “You see, the dog can’t read, and my husband never drinks water!” —Montreal Daily Star.
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PARADE
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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FLOODS hit the prairies late this year, but when they came it was every man for himself. Two residents of the Red Deer area in Alberta knew there was no use trying to drive to town along the road that had been inundated by the Red Deer River, so they hitched up the old buckboard.
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