Issue: 19490715

Friday, July 15, 1949
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EDITORIALS
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All Parties Should Declare Their War-Chest Donations
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NOW WITH an election under our belts is the time to start badgering our politicians for much needed reform of the Canadian electoral system. A change that all parties would vehemently oppose, but one that would do great good, would be the compulsory publication of sources of campaign funds.
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In the Editors' Confidence
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In the Editors' Confidence
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WHEN we went out to Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital to see Helmut Keune the “first war” commissionaire at the front office said, “What name? Cohen? No Cohen in that ward.” So we gave up trying to speak German and spelled the name out. And he found it on the paraplegic ward list.
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WHAT HAPPENED IN THE BISMARCK
When mighty Hood sank to Bismarck's guns, the Royal Navy hounded down the “unsinkable" Nazi and sank her. One of the few German survivors here tells his story
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IAN MACKENZIE
SCHRIEBER-HAUPTGEFRIETER Helmut Keune was busy over the teleprinter in the radio room of the unsinkable Bismarck the glory of the Nazi Navy—that day she slipped out of the Baltic under a grey, storm-filled sky. Code messages from headquarters in Kiel clacked out of the machine.
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ORDEAL
So you stay unmarried and have moments of great loneliness that even your profession cannot make up for. Then along comes a man and a forest fire
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GEORGE ARMIN SHAFTEL
MARTHA?" "Yes, Tom?" She thought with pity, as old Dr. Whalen spoke, how clearly pain came over the phone. As she listened she had the hope that when his tired heart came to rest it would be in his sleep. For one thing she was grateful: he was calling upon her more and more to help him.
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Blind Date With Fate
A dollar bought June a frenzied future from the side-street swamis who used cards and crystal balls, palms and psychononsense, to plot her a weird and wonderful love life
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JUNE CALLWOOD
THE FORTUNETELLER was an untidy old woman in a cheap dress. Her eyes were shrewd and calculating and her mouth was held in a loose smile intended to be benign. Her hands dealt the filthy cards expertly, but she didn’t look at them. Chattering about the weather she watched her subject across the table, her glance flicking only once to the girl’s engagement ring.
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NEW HOPE FOR ARTHRITIC CRIPPLES
The scourge of arthritis may be conquered. Here’s the story of the new drug developed by the famed Mayo Clinic which has already achieved amazing results
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JOHN E. PFEIFFER
HOLLYWOOD could not have prepared a more dramatic script. The scene was the grand ballroom of New York’s WaldorfAstoria Hotel. The audience was 500 doctors, including 28 Canadian specialists, assembled for a session last May of the Seventh International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases.
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DOESN’T ANYBODY LIKE KIDS?
An angry father accuses the adults of making this world unfit for happy youngsters
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JOHN BEDFORD
BEFORE we were married my wife and I had a little joke. We’d have a car, we used to say, a summer cottage and six boys. I got the car and the summer cottage, but I didn’t get the six boys. I got two. It seems now that is two too many. I’ve found that the ideal number of children, if you want to get along with your neighbors, is none unless it's one quiet little girl who stays two years old forever.
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They Live Next Door To the Russians
Though she’s at Russia’s mercy, tiny Finland still sticks to her own fierce brand of freedom
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EVA-LIS WUORIO
WE CAME OUT of the still, warm woods and crossed the newly plowed black - earth field to the trail. The cottage was at the winding end of it, on a bluff by the lake. Blue hepatica were out in the cracks of the stone steps. My host flipped a stone lightly into the shore waters.
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EDMONTON: A BOOM AT THE CROSSROADS
Furs, gold, hogs, wheat, and now oil, pour a sultan’s riches into Edmonton, but the big flat city (they call it “the crossroads of the world”) refuses to get excited
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PIERRE BERTON
IN THE golden city of Edmonton, Alberta, fortune’s guises are legion and her smile is allencompassing. Every day, including Sundays, $100,000 in oil bubbles up from the rich black earth around the town. Every day 300 planes roar into Canada’s busiest airport.
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There’ll Always Be an Ulster
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BEVERLEY BAXTER
DUBLIN I am writing this in the Royal Hibernian Hotel at the end of a swift four days’ visit first to the relentless citadel of Ulster and then to Dublin, the capital of the new Republic of Eire. In an hour’s time a car will call to take us to Dunleary where we shall embark for England.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
These Experts Picked the Liberals
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
CONSIDERING how wrong we all were about Dewey last year it may be interesting to record what Canadian parliamentary reporters expected on t he 27th of last month. Here’s the result of a highly unscientific pollthe 20 members of the parliamentary press gallery who were at.
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THE LEGAL LADY
To petticoat careerists, leading lawyer Margaret Hyndman says: “Forget your sex and expect no quarter.” With this credo she’s become one of our most successful women
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MCKENZIE PORTER
LATE LAST YEAR Toronto’s Margaret Hyndman was asked to figure in a nationwide radio hookup as the most successful Canadian businesswoman of 1948. The well-proportioned, volatile 47-year-old lawyer, who weighs more than 200 lbs. and frankly admits she is stout, refused on the grounds she was a professional woman.
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CORN IS ALWAYS GREEN - LIKE MONEY
Boogie and bop flare and fade but The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven is as sweet as ever. After 20 years in the big big time, Guy Lombardo’s still tops
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JOSEF ISRAELS II
THIS FALL, as every autumn for the last 20 years, the florist at New York’s Hotel Roosevelt will get an order to deliver 16 dark-red carnations nightly to the grill room. These flowers will be neatly placed in the lapels of the Burgundy dinner jackets worn by the most phenomenal band in popular music—Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians.
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Sailer's Son
Horsemen are hardheaded. They don’t have much faith in a woman’s intuition — or in an ex-jockey coming back to pay off a debt of honor to an old friend
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EDWIN RUTT
THE SAILER’S SON, with the colored boy we call Boll Weevil low over his neck, came in like a tawny flame. As they flashed by Colonel Gresham clicked the stop watch. Requardt, the trainer, sucked a short pipe impassively, but a shadowy smile curved his mouth corners.
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CHINA’S RED RULER
Mao Tze-tung wants to build a new China in the wake of his conquering Red Army, but the world fears his Moscow alliance
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HENRY R. UEBERMAN
THE PORTLY CHINESE in sun helmet and loose, grey suit with clasped collar stood framed in the doorway of the U. S. Army transport plane on the tarmac of the Nine Dragons’ Slope Airfield in Nationalist China’s capital city, Chungking. He was about 5 feet 9, taller than the average Chinese, with long uncut hair and an oval face that came alive through sensitive, almost feminine features.
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JASPER
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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POLLEN, I HATE YOU!
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P. J. Blackwell
LET ME debunk the summer myth: No time of joy and fragrant breezes To one who greets that season with A volley of gigantic sneezes; For never blows so red the rose But I can match it with my nose. When June has left me moist and sour, July and August have their day;
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Cross Country
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ARE RODEOS cruel to animals? The 14,000 Vancouver people who stormed the opening day of the Marpole Rotary Club’s Stampede evidently didn’t think so (10,000 had to be turned away). Neither did Herman Linder, the stampede manager and former world champion cowboy.
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WIT AND WISDOM
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History and Women Repeat Themselves—Women in the Middle Ages Used powder and paint, so historians say; Women still use powder and paint In the middle ages today. -Galt Reporter. Nice for Both of Them—A co-educational school is an institution in which students of either sex can study each other.
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Besides, It Is Not Even In Kingston, Says Reader
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Your magazine first came to my attention while overseas and, frankly, before that time I didn’t figure Maclean’s was up to much in comparison to the type of better magazine we receive from the U. S. Now I will go so far to say that Maclean’s can hold its own with any American periodical of the same type, and in most cases is far above them in terms of quality, particularly so in the field of articles.
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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COURTENAY, B.C., is the home of an independent citizen who owns a large mobile machine known as a gravel loader, which he keeps busily at work in various gravel pits around the district. So far as its owner is concerned, this is a device primarily intended to dig gravel and load it on to trucks, but so far as the law is concerned when the gravel loader goes trundling off on its own power from job to job, it comes under the motor vehicles licensing requirements.
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