Issue: 19480701

Thursday, July 1, 1948
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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EDITORIALS
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The Long Road To Maturity
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CANADIAN patriotism has been a plant of slow growth. Even now, after 81 Dominion Days, it is a long way from robust maturity. It’s not hard to account for the slow start of Canadian national sentiment. Canada in the early days was divided between a ruling minority whose cant was loyalism (a very different thing from loyalty, as they frequently proved) and another recalcitrant minority whose dislike of the status quo often led them to think wistfully of American republicanism.
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EDITORIALS
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Wasn’t Mr. Abbott Right?
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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AS WE suspect is the case in every office building, factory and farm from Bangkok to Aklavik, our local industrial noises are constantly being pierced by an obbligato of comments and predictions on the most anxious question of our times. Can World Government ever work?
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO LTD
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO LTD
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General Articles
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Why Do We Help Those Germans?
The key to reborn Europe lies with 45 million hungry Germans. Maclean's editor reports why East and West woo their favor
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W. ARTHUR IRWIN
WAR IN Europe in the near future is improbable. But there is no peace. Outside Germany, Europe’s industrial recovery since arms were downed has been remarkable. But it will take a generation or more to restore many of Europe's cities and even after five years of U. S. aid the continent will still be running a deficit with the rest of the world.
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I TRIED DIVORCE —IT’S A FRAUD
Twice this noted writer reached for happiness through divorce and twice it eluded her. She learned the lesson that divorce solves nothing — and made her third marriage succeed
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NINA WILCOX PUTNAM
DIVORCE HAS become a national bad habit, indulgence in which seldom secures either happiness or emotional freedom. I discussed this development recently with a world-famous psychiatrist, asking him why divorces so seldom seem to bring about the rosy future expected by those who obtain them.
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VANCOUVER’S RISING SUN
B.C.’s boy publishers reward reporters for swiping photos and run a scrap-happy paper that even fights with itself
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PIERRE BERTON
IN CANADIAN newspaper circles, there is a growing suspicion that Vancouver is the last outpost of the rough-and-ready, buccaneering brand of journalism that made Chicago famous in the ’20’s. A short time ago, a Vancouver Sun photographer was given a cash bonus because he hired a steam roller to block a road and delay a rival Province cameraman.
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TAURUS IS A DOG
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FRANCIS B. WILLIAMS
DEAR MR. STARGAZER, I am writing to you because I am in a very nasty situation. This situation mainly consists of a girl named Mamie Gebhardt. I meet this girl about six months ago and I plan that by this time I shall be in a very different situation than I am in.
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My Home Is in Jerusalem
Here’s housekeeping under fire —riflemen on the roof, snipers’ bullets in the garden and feeding baby with a Colt on your hip
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MOLLY LYONS BAR-DAVID
JERUSALEM In 1946 I had been 10 years away from my girlhood home in Tisdale, Sask. Palestine, where I had come with such high hopes to help my people restore the Land of Israel, now looked like a land under siege. The air was foul with the spirit of vengeance.
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SELF-MADE BOY
On the ground, Howie Bailey’s a skinny, serious teen-ager. On a horse, he’s a whirlwind jockey, earning $10,000 a year
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TRENT FRAYNE
LARGELY BECAUSE he is an unbridled lover of horses, Howard Robert Bailey, a sad-faced, skinny, 18-year-old native of Toronto, is probably the only adolescent in the country earning $10,000 a year and occupying a position from which he can conceivably retire at an age when many young men are looking for their first job.
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New Foe for TB
Whisked from maternity wards to a Montreal clinic, babies from tubercular families get a double chance to beat TB
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GEORGE H. WALTZ
MONTREALERS these days are seeing more and more of motor cars bearing large doorpanel signs which read, “BCG Clinique de Montreal.” The driver is a girl in the trim uniform of a social worker. Usually, beside her sits another, tenderly cradling a well-blanketed youngster in her arms.
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THE KEY
Chen-sa didn’t realize just how perfect his plot was until the man he came to kill gave the delicate plan a new twist
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HUGH B. CAVE
WHEN IT was dark enough, Chen-sa climbed the rubbed wall and crept toward the dungeon door, being careful to keep the screen of willows between himself and the road. His fingers clutched the two heavy keys dangling at his waist, lest they clank together and betray him.
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Washington Memo
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ERNEST K. LINDLEY
FROM NOW until election day, Nov. 2, the din of campaign oratory will drown out most other voices within the United States. From outside, perhaps only Stalin and Molotov will be able to make themselves heard. As to just what may be expected from the Kremlin during the next few months, everyone has his own theory.
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Socialists by the Sea
BEVERLEY BAXTER'S LONDON LETTER
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IT IS the long-established habit of British political parties to hold their annual conferences at some seaside resort. Thus the Socialists met at Blackpool on the eve of the 1945 general election and then swept to victory. Last year the Conservatives gathered at Brighton for their conference and a new spirit was born.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
Silicosis: Quebec Election Issue
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
BELOW the surface of the Quebec election campaign, an issue is developing which may prove very important. Premier Duplessis relies heavily on his reputation for friendship with the Catholic clergy. Yet in fact the Duplessis Government is involved deeply (though indirectly) in conflict with some of the leading Catholic authorities in the province.
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The Furious Rebel of Muddy York
A factious little wretch, a madman, a baboon, they called this Mackenzie, who dared to tilt at tyrants — and toppled them
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BLAIR FRASER
WHEN William Lyon Mackenzie came to Canada in 1820, he first got a job as chain bearer on the Lachine Canal survey. On his second or third day at work, the gang knocked off as usual for lunch. They had just got the last, bite down and were filling their pipes, when the new chain bearer sprang to his feet.
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Who Called It That?
Devout Indians and loyal Englishmen; stray Portuguese and foot-loose Frenchmen—they all left a mark on our map
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DOUGLAS HOW
THE countless names of Canada have sprung from battlefields and thrones, from the primitive mysteries of the Indian and the wild and greedy dreams of white men, and they’ve even laid their immortality upon pet dogs and mice. They range all the way from Bastard to Darling, with a Lulu in between.
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A GREAT BIG SEA
They take their politics seriously in Newfoundland. And once in a while even a whale comes ashore and gets into the argument
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ISABEL BRIFFETT
KNOCKY WILTSHIRE tied up five pounds of sugar for a customer. Then he went to his shopwindow and gazed glumly out across the harbor. There was a storm brewing, he could see, and what he wanted was a calm. He didn’t suppose that there was much chance of harpooning a pothead whale in any case, but a storm from the nor’west would put it out of the question.
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THOR-CANADIAN COMPANY LIMITED
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THOR-CANADIAN COMPANY LIMITED
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Ansco of Canada Limited
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GENERAL MOTORS
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GENERAL MOTORS
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THE BARRETT COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE BARRETT COMPANY, LIMITED
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”I Hope the Angels Listen to Buzz”
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The Editors
I read your excellent article on Buzz Beurling . . . Much abuse will be piled upon the head of this Canadian war ace. Although it is not necessary to stand up for him since his record alone towers above his critics, I should like to add my two cents worth.
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WIT AND WISDOM
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Barnyard Pastoral—A western authority on cattle says there should be “playrooms” for cows. “Which might be all right,” comments the Ottawa Citizen, “if they played quietly, without tooting their horns.” Or making moosic of any udder kine.
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Toast to a Horse
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William Clifton
Music of hoofs in my shaded street Stirring the morning air, Soothing the soul with its measured beat, After the juke-box blare. Linking the world to a saner age, Scorning this modern speed, Playing his part on life’s hectic stage; Here s to the milkman’s steed.
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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A HISTORY professor we have heard of—in all conscience we daren’t divulge his university—is doing a spot of research into the life of that famous Father of Confederation, Hon. George Brown. Naturally, he’s unearthed a few questions to which none of the usual sources can provide answers.
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