Issue: 19490615

Wednesday, June 15, 1949
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PARKER PEN CO., LTD.
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PARKER PEN CO., LTD.
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EDITORIALS
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Halifax — a Milepost Of Our Democracy
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TWO HUNDRED years ago last March an advertisement appeared in the London Gazette offering grants of land—50 acres for ordinary folk, up to 600 for officers above the rank of captain — in the province of Nova Scotia. The purpose was to establish a military base on the great harbor of Chebucto, an offset to the French fortress of Louisburg which the Yankees had lately captured, but which His Majesty George II had handed back to France.
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EDITORIALS
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Cops Don’t Own the Law
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IT WAS bad enough that a Montreal constable should detain 11 students because they were taking pictures outside Notre Dame Church, and because one of them was reading the New Republic. But the so-called explanation of the incident by J. Alfred Belanger, assistant police director, made it a good deal worse.
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In the Editors’ Confidence
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In the Editors’ Confidence
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WHEN Eva-Lis Wuorio was in Holland recently attending the Utrecht Trade Fair as a guest of the Netherlands Government she asked one of the officials, casually, if it would be possible to see Queen Juliana whom she had known in Ottawa during the war.
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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The Big Wind from Chicago
To the British-hating publisher of the clamorous Chicago Tribune we are a nation of dupes. London issues the orders, he says, and we jump to obey
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HAROLD DINGMAN
DID you know that, as Canadians you have no freedoms which your Government is sworn to respect? That you are still subservient to the British? That the Canadian Embassy in Washington is a fountainhead of anti-American propaganda? That Canada “hums” with talk of joining the United States?
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ELECTION CAMPAIGN
How (and why) do people get into politics? Here is the inside story of a hard, clean battle now near its climax
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BLAIR FRASER
CHARLIE STEPHENSON was off on a hunting trip when the convention was called, in October 1944, to choose a Progressive Conservative candidate for Durham County, Ontario. He got home at six o’clock one evening with a week’s growth of beard on his chin, to find a delegation waiting in his front parlor.
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The Dog That Could Climb Trees
Sam was fussy about Mollie. She took a fancy to his tree-climbing Soompherbag. Trouble was the dog climbed a tree that wasn’t there
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JOSEPH EASTON McDOUGALL
IT WAS while I was covering the floods that I was stranded for a couple of days in Mapleton, Alberta, and that was where 1 learned about Sam Seever. Two of the boys had been sent up farther north and the paper had arranged for me to be picked up by the plane on its return trip.
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COFFEE WITH A QUEEN
The smiling woman in the yellow dress was Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands. “How’s Canada?” she asked Eva-Lis in the palace garden
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EVA-LIS WUORIO
IT WAS at 541 Acadian Avenue, Rockcliffe, Ottawa, just before the war ended. It was a lovely day and I came through the bottom of the garden just about the time the young woman in a dirndl skirt and a white blouse ran down the veranda steps, waved, and then stopped to hush a baby in a carriage.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
To the Victors — a Headache
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
MIKE PEARSON, who at 52 is still a pretty good ball player, dropped around the other day to watch a preseason game in his constituency of Algoma East. The team from Little Current, noting their M.P.’s wistful look, asked the Honorable Secretary of State for External Affairs if he’d like to go in as a pinch hitter.
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BEVERLEY BAXTER’S LONDON LETTER
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Five Men of Destiny
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MORE and more it becomes evident that there are five dominating figures at Westminster who hold the fate of Britain—and their own destinies—in their five pairs of hands. Here are their names: Winston Churchill Anthony Eden Stafford Cripps Herbert Morrison Aneurin Bevan
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The Battling Baptist
For 40 years from his Jarvis pulpit Dr. T. T. Shields has tilted a mighty lance at Romanism, modernism — and Baptists who won’t agree
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GERALD ANGLIN
IN 1922 an unknown Toronto newspaperman beat out a punch lead for a story about Canada’s most controversial clergyman: “Rev. T. T. Shields is again on the warpath . . .” It is a tribute to the inventiveness of his hometown Press that so apt an introduction has never been repeated during the nearly 40 battle-scarred years of Dr. Shields’ ministry at Jarvis Street Baptist Church.
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The City That’s Afraid To Be Free
Trieste was UN’s dream of a model free city. Moorehead, a famous war reporter, tells how the dream faded in the shadow of the Iron Curtain
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ALAN MOOREHEAD
TRIESTE—On the cliffs above the place which used to be called in happier times than these the Lido San Nicolo is where the southern end of the Iron Curtain rests on the Mediterranean Sea. It’s a very pretty scene on a sunny morning: over that side the Istrian coast of Yugoslavia, over here Trieste, now garrisoned by 10,000 British and American soldiers.
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TATTLERS’ TALES
Walter and the other gossips dwell in a weird “I wonder"-land of tattle, prophecy and the doings of noted nobodies
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JAMES DUGAN
ONCE upon a time some idle minds in New York City invented a mythical Philadelphia playboy called J. Kensington Van Tromp III and began calling up gossip columnists giving out items on him. The youngster was reported seen in night clubs with a dazzling succession of actual debutantes and real film actresses.
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Death Comes In Shining Armor
This young professor left dusty archives on the trail of death centuries old. He found a lady in distress and murder that was not ancient at all
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BARRY PEROWNE
PROFESSOR HENRY BOW sat in his dusty jeep, parked on a rock-strewn riverside track somewhere near Carcassonne, rolled a cigarette and watched with grey, meditative eyes the rings that appeared on the water as trout rose. Temptingly, there was no house in sight.
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Glamour Can Be Hard On Your Eyes
Sunglasses in lace and lacquers follow fashion’s fads, but do you care about your eyes? Don’t throw away protection for a fancy frame
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FRED BODSWORTH
AN AMERICAN tourist complained to a Canadian eye specialist last summer that burning eyes and headaches had turned his vacation into an inquisition. "I've been driving steadily for five days,” he said, “so I guess it must be eyestrain. I’ve been wearing sunglasses all the time, but they don’t seem to help much.”
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THE HORSE THAT WOULDN’T DIE
The ugly little cayuse from Sugarloaf fought man and nature till a cowhand won his heart
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RICHMOND P. HOBSON
NIMPO is a little black range horse with a noticeably dished face. The irregular splash of white that spreads from his wide nostrils almost to his foretop could possibly be called a blaze. His narrow pinched-up body is just as ugly as his face.
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CANADIANECDOTE
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Sir Wilfrid Bussed the Beauty
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Royd Beamish
GREAT French-Canadian Sir Wilfrid Laurier (Prime Minister 1896-1911) was king of the political baby kissers, according to ex-P.M. Mackenzie King. Mr. King tells this story of how Sir Wilfrid clinched the title during a great swing through the West.
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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SNYDER'S LIMITED
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SNYDER'S LIMITED
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CANADIAN OIL COMPANIES, LIMITED
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CANADIAN OIL COMPANIES, LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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TORONTO CARPET MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED
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TORONTO CARPET MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY LIMITED
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GANONG BROS. LIMITED
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GANONG BROS. LIMITED
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THE GURNEY FOUNDRY COMPANY LIMITED
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THE GURNEY FOUNDRY COMPANY LIMITED
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Reo Motor Company of Canada Ltd.
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Reo Motor Company of Canada Ltd.
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Lillico LIMITED
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Lillico LIMITED
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Gooderham & Worts LIMITED
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Gooderham & Worts LIMITED
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Page-Hersey Tubes, Limited
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CATECHISM FOR VOTERS
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Earl McCarron
THERE’S political talk in the air these days and, as a Canadian citizen, you’ll have the privilege of voting for the man or the party of your choice when you go to the polls. But are you familiar with things parliamentary—past and present? The following questions have been compiled to test your I.Q. on the federal political scene.
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SUNBEAM CORPORATION (CANADA) LTD.
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SUNBEAM CORPORATION (CANADA) LTD.
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Canadian Tampax Corporation Limited
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Canadian Tampax Corporation Limited
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Cross Country
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MARGARINE became a legal but highly suspect occupant of the Canadian shopping basket after the Supreme Court killed the ban against it last winter. Here and there it can share the shelf with butter with no shame, but here’s what happened coast to coast when the winter sessions of the legislatures had done with it.
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WIT AND WISDOM
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WIT AND WISDOM
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Sensitive—A new seismograph is said to be so delicate that it "quivers at the footsteps of an ant.” Like a lemon pie at a picnic!—Ottawa Citizen. A Kiss Is But a Kiss—A physician warns that a kiss may contain bacillus subtillis, streptococci and staphylococci.
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WILFIE
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MAILBAG
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Abolish Male Teachers, Says a Male Teacher
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About “The Little Red Sweatshop” (April 15). Women teachers are well paid, men teachers are poorly paid. If the men persist in being bitter about it then we must, for the sake of our children, prevent men from becoming teachers . . . Teachers’ training colleges must close their doors to men for the next 10 years while present men teachers are absorbed into principalships and inspectorships.
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PARADE
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PARADE
THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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ACCORDING to all reports we have read, Prime Minister St. Laurent’s western tour went off smoothly, although nobody in the official party bothered telling the newspapermen about one incident during his Winnipeg visit. Among other functions the PM was guest of honor at a reception given by a group of women who had been active in civic and neighborhood welfare.
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L C Smith & Corona
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CARLING’S THE CARLING BREWERIES LIMITED
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