Issue: 19500515

Monday, May 15, 1950
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MACLEAN'S
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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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Old-Age Pensions for All — Whether Needed or Not
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THE idea behind social security used to be fairly simple—tax the haves so that the have-nots shall not go hungry, homeless or without medical care. Although its techniques have never been perfect, this kind of social security represented man’s ideals at their best.
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EDITORIALS
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The Happy Gang and Us
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TO JUDGE from our recent mail, the biggest egg this magazine has laid in years and years was an article about the famous entertainers, the Happy Gang. The essence of this article was that the Happy Gang succeeded, day after day, in putting together one of the liveliest and most pleasant shows in radio, but when the mike closed down the cheerful camaraderie among the performers was sometimes diluted by the little frictions and antagonisms that sometimes beset the best of us.
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MACLEAN’S
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MAILBAG
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MAILBAG
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I WANT to compliment you and Fred Bodsworth for that terrific article, “Why Our Laws Can’t Nail Drunk Drivers" (March 15). We’re in a R. R. mail delivery and I got the mail before breakfast. I gave the magazine a quick once-over before the meal and, after looking at the first article, I confess I put it away till I’d had three cups of coffee.
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RCA VICTOR COMPANY LIMITED
HOTPOINT ELECTRIC KETTLE
RCA VICTOR COMPANY LIMITED
HOTPOINT HEATING PAD
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TIMKEN SILENT AUTOMATIC DIVISION
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TIMKEN SILENT AUTOMATIC DIVISION
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In the Editors’ Confidence
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In the Editors’ Confidence
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BECAUSE horse players are by nature fidgety people, given to doodling and eccentric behavior, Franklin Arbuckle attracted less attention last King's Plate day than the man who was studiously filling in all the Os on his race card or the anxious bettor who was munching pencils from a well-filled vest pocket.
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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GENERAL MOTORS: GMC TRUCKS
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GENERAL MOTORS
GMC TRUCKS
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED
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I HAD A KING’S PLATE CINCH
Fame and solvency were in his grasp as the gate sprang for Canada’s greatest horse race. The colt’s name was Leonforte
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JIM COLEMAN
SO YOU want to win the King’s Plate? (Pardon me if I don’t laugh too loudly—I’m afraid of bursting my stitches.) Don’t try it, please! Take up some nice, inexpensive hobby such as collecting Ming vases or Persian tapestries. Permit me to speak to you from the abysmal depths of my experience.
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THE FRASER - Rich River of Fury
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BRUCE HUTCHISON
IN THE spring of 1792 a leaky schooner, under command of a sick Spaniard named Don Jose Maria Narvaez and sailed by a crew of 30 starving Mexican peons, was wallowing up the gulf between Vancouver Island and the mainland. Narvaez, like Drake, Cook, Bering and many others, was looking for the Northwest Passage.
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Too Smart to Marry
He was young in years but wise in the ways of women, so he played it safe, smart and light. That was his philosophy for love. After a lot of fun he ended up with his heart untouched, in one piece, and wrapped in shiny Cellophane
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DORIS McCUBBIN
THAT DAY began like any other day except that when Hanson brought in the mail she was wearing a new blouse with a plunging neckline. It wasn’t the thing for an office and I didn’t like it. Hanson had a nice profile and good legs. She said she had taken the job as my secretary at Rodgers and Kennedy in Toronto because she thought she might get a chance to write advertising copy.
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TWO YEARS AFTER
For Maclean’s of June 1, 1948, Eva-Lis wrote “We Can’t Go Back,” telling of the arrival of 431 DP’s. Now she’s checked on one family to see if their hopeful dreams are coming true
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EVA-LIS WUORIO
THE Zarambas have a car now. And a second-story flat in western Toronto. Their two children—Barbara and Mark—fit in fine at the Dewson Street Public School. They’re dreaming of a home of their own, maybe with a small garden, in their land of promise.
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LONDON LETTER
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Bring Back The Birch
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BEVERLEY BAXTER
I REGRET that in this letter I must draw a picture of the Old Country which is anything but pleasant to gaze upon. In fact, so serious is the subject that both Houses of Parliament, as well as the third parliament of the Press, are hotly debating it.
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The Immigration Slump
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THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
REMEMBER the Mainguy report last fall on the Royal Canadian Navy? Because it had some sharp criticism of the “Nelson tradition” a good many people thought it was anti-British. Apparently the British did not think so. After some Royal Navy people read it they recommended to the Admiralty that it be printed for circulation among all ranks of the British Navy.
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It Tells All Every Sunday
Selling sex on the Sabbath boomed the News Of The World to the world’s largest circulation. Even the King reads this newspaper which also crusades for Empire
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McKENZIE PORTER
NEXT Sunday morning the News Of The World—the most widely read and highly respected scandal sheet on earth—will be delivered to three out of four British homes, including Buckingham Palace. Days or weeks later copies of the same issue will arrive by the thousand in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Pakistan and British colonies all over the globe.
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KILLER WOLF OF THE CARIBOO
This frontier murderer, who specializes in eating his victims alive, is slaughtering moose, deer and cattle. But he lives in fear of Dan Dennison, who’d rather kill wolves than eat
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RICHMOND P. HOBSON
OUT of the ice-caked regions that border the Bering Sea a savage horde of shaggy-haired black and grey killers, with bearlike heads and long hooked fangs, is moving relentlessly south seeking the warm flesh of Canada’s great game herds. The advance guard of the northern wolf, the largest and most ferocious canine breed in existence, is seeping down out of the Yukon and Northwest Territories into central British Columbia and Alberta.
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18,19,39,40,42,44,46
Fiction
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The Undertaker of Ste. Angele
She was partridge-plump with shining hair and a red mouth made for love. No wonder the sad undertaker tried to take Marie from Joe. Then came the affair of the coffin that brought laughter and love and life to the village
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PHYLLIS LEE PETERSON
SO YOU have come to Ste. Angele des Chênes for the fishing, m’sieu. You will find it good here, very good. I myself know of a lake beyond the next range where the trout fight each other for the hook. Ah, m’sieu. It is a good thing for you that you stopped at the Pension Labelle when the season is slack and I have the time.
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THE HAPPY TIMES OF ROBERT FONTAINE
Dear Maclean’s. — Here’s the story about that Canadian who parlayed his first book into a nonstop radio serial and a smash hit on Broadway. It should be authentic — he wrote it himself. I mailed it myself though.
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James Dugan
How about, looking into a piece for us on Robert Fontaine, the Canadian whose “The Happy Time” is a Rodgers & Hammerstein hit on Broadway? I have a hunch it will make a good article for Maclean’s. Fontaine is a free-lance writer like yourself, about 41, who deluges our own office with manuscripts, some of which we publish.
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THE TRUTH ABOUT IMPOTENCE
To the average man impotence is not inevitable, even in old age. Nor, if it does come, are the causes always physical or beyond correction
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MORTON HUNT
SENSATIONAL reports of “cures” for male impotence—rejuvenations, drugs, gland transplants, special diets, hormone injections— erupt in the world’s newspapers almost as often as war-scare stories. There is always a happy band of fakers making a pile of easy cash offering virility by mail to men who feel their sexual powers are fading.
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AT THE SATURDAY MATINEE
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AT THE SATURDAY MATINEE
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Len Norris
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SWING THAT DUDELSACK, MAC
Let’s hope the clans don’t rise, but it wasn’t the Scots who put the banshee in a bag. Leather-lunged citizens have squeezed the sheepskin for 6,000 years
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JOHN LARGO
ON OR ABOUT May 15, 4000 B.C., a Chaldean named Cholly found himself with a sheep’s stomach on his hands. This was not really unusual for Cholly was a butcher. He had a small but well-equipped ziggurat down near the gasworks in Ur. Cholly’s usual practice was to blow up sheep’s stomach and give it to his kids for a football.
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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GREAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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GREAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Kodak
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Kodak
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Canadian Canners Ltd.: AYLMER
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Canadian Canners Ltd.
AYLMER
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MASSEY-HARRIS
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MASSEY-HARRIS
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DOMINION OILCLOTH & LINOLEUM Company Limited
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DOMINION OILCLOTH & LINOLEUM Company Limited
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THE MUTUAL LIFE of CANADA
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THE MUTUAL LIFE of CANADA
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Monarch
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Waterman's
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WHAT'S YOUR VERDICT?
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The Corpse in the Burning Barn
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C. WALTER HODGSON
WHY would a widow give false testimony about her husband’s death and do herself out of $6,000? The husband was a shy and sensitive farmer near Wainwright, Alta., who did not marry until he was 45 and then found a wife through the “friendship column” of a Saskatchewan newspaper.
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BON AMI
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CANADA DRY
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ATLAS SUPPLY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.
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ATLAS SUPPLY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.
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CHEVROLET
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CHEVROLET
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Training Ground
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P. J. Blackwell
In this vast hotel rotunda Pill-boxed bellboys stroll about with Mystic cries that make one wunda Whatitisthey regivingoutwith. Guard that diction, lads, and mind Keep those special intonations. In a ycur or two we’ll find you With a railroad — calling stations.
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THE T. SISMAN SHOE COMPANY LIMITED
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THE T. SISMAN SHOE COMPANY LIMITED
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ROOTES MOTORS LIMITED
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ROOTES MOTORS LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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BUILDING PRODUCTS LIMITED
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FOOTNOTES ON THE FAMOUS
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The Rookie Trapped Richthofen
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GERMANY’S famous flying Gace in World War I, Manfred von Richthofen, got planes to his credit by remaining out of battle while his famous Flying Circus engaged the Allied enemy in a dogfight. When a crippled plane limped out of the fight it was Richthofen’s practice to swoop down and add another victim to his score.
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DIXON PENCIL COMPANY LIMITED
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DIXON PENCIL COMPANY LIMITED
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HEINZ
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O'Keefe's BREWING COMPANY LIMITED
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O'Keefe's BREWING COMPANY LIMITED
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By Any Other Name
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By Any Other Name
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MAYBE Captain Corcoran and Little Buttercup overstated it a bit when they sang, “Things are Seldom What They Seem”; but when it comes to names, you can’t always tell. John Florence Sullivan, for instance, has won considerable renown as comedian Fred Allen, and a Rose (Billy) by any other name might be (and in fact is) William S. Rosenberg.
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IRON FIREMAN
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IRON FIREMAN
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FORD
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FORD
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Weco Products Company
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Weco Products Company
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HAMILTON
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HAMILTON
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THE CHAMPS YOU HEVER HEAR ABOUT
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BARRY MATHER
A STUNNING upset marked the running of the annual National Open Motormen's Handicap at Montreal last week. Six-time Canadian champion, Victor McSnorg, of Toronto, went down to defeat at the hands of a young tyro, Axel Stromberg, of Winnipeg.
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ENAMEL & HEATING Products Limited
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ENAMEL & HEATING Products Limited
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DOMINION ELECTROHOME INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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DOMINION ELECTROHOME INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited
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CANADIANECDOTE
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The Absent-Minded Auto
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ON THE pleasant University of New Brunswick campus, ”up the hill” from Fredericton, they still remember fondly the absent-mindedness of the late Dr. W. C. Keirstead, for 35 years a professor of philosophy. One rainy day Keirstead gave a lift to a co-ed struggling through the mud to her home in the city two miles away.
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VITALIS
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED: Canadian Nickel
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
Canadian Nickel
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EVINRUDE MOTORS
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Canadian Cellucotton Products Co. Ltd.
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Canadian Cellucotton Products Co. Ltd.
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Northern Electric
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Northern Electric
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0077.xml
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Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited
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Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited
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MEANIE THE MAGICIAN
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Vinia Hoogstraten
MAGIC, to most children, is one of life's nicer things. It adds a sparkle to living. Under its auspices come Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the character who exchanges nickels for extracted teeth, and several other pleasant creatures, and children are in favor of it.
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ONTARIO STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY LIMITED
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ONTARIO STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY LIMITED
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BIRKS
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0082.xml
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BIRKS JEWELLERS
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BIRKS JEWELLERS
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0083.xml
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68
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Canadian Tampax Corporation Ltd.
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Canadian Tampax Corporation Ltd.
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BRITISH RAILWAYS
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BRITISH RAILWAYS
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0085.xml
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68
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BAUER & BLACK
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BAUER & BLACK
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0086.xml
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69
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THE HOOVER COMPANY LTD.
Minimum Clearance
THE HOOVER COMPANY LTD.
Gleaming Floors
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0087.xml
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69
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The HOOVER COMPANY LIMITED
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The HOOVER COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0088.xml
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THE BRITISH TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
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THE BRITISH TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0089.xml
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY LIMITED
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0090.xml
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0091.xml
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EKCO PRODUCTS COMPANY (CANADA) LTD.
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EKCO PRODUCTS COMPANY (CANADA) LTD.
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0092.xml
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J. K. MacLEOD CO. LIMITED
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J. K. MacLEOD CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0093.xml
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FORD: MERCURY
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FORD
MERCURY
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0094.xml
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0095.xml
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LIGHTNING FASTENER COMPANY LIMITED
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LIGHTNING FASTENER COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0096.xml
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BEATTY BROS. LIMITED
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BEATTY BROS. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0097.xml
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THE CAXTON PUBLISHING COMPANY LTD
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THE CAXTON PUBLISHING COMPANY LTD
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0098.xml
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78
Articles
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HE BURIES BEST FRIENDS
When your pet dog dies, Arthur Willis provides coffin, grave, even headstone
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RAY GARDNER
THE BITTER cold January day this obituary appeared in the classified columns of the Toronto Daily Star, the Cogswell family, John, his wife Margaret and their daughter Josephine, drove to the city’s outskirts to attend Mickey’s funeral at the Toronto Dog and Pet Cemetery.
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0100.xml
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0101.xml
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Cross Country
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Cross Country
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THERE is no public sale of hard liquor by the glass in B. C.—the only places it can be got are clubs where each imbiber is supposed to be a member. Advocates of cocktail bars have so far run into the stonewall opposition of Gordon Wismer, Attorney-General in the Liberal-Conservative coalition Government, and a Liberal in politics.
Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0102.xml
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ANACONDA
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0105.xml
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Northern Electric
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Northern Electric
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0106.xml
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0107.xml
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WIT AND WISDOM
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WIT AND WISDOM
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Rake’s Regress—A man decided to reform. The first week he cut out smoking. The second week he cut out drinking. The third week he cut out women. The fourth week he cut out paper dolls.—Galt Reporter. Let’s Go Broke Even—Some people have no money left at the end of the month, but often have considerable month left at the end of the money.—Ottawa Citizen.
Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0108.xml
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JASPER
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Simpkins
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0109.xml
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ASPIRIN
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0110.xml
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PRO-TEK
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0112.xml
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VICTORIA OPTICAL CO.: SUN GLASSES
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VICTORIA OPTICAL CO.
SUN GLASSES
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0113.xml
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PARADE
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PARADE
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SPRING is here and the radio license inspector is abroad in the land again. Fellow has a bothersome job, too. Some house-wives, like one in Hamilton, insist that “my husband looks after all those things,” so back he had to go in the evening. Got quite a hearty welcome, too. “Come right in, sir. No sir—I don’t have a license.
Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0114.xml
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THE EASY WASHING MACHINE COMPANY LIMITED
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THE EASY WASHING MACHINE COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0115.xml
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0116.xml
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COCA-COLA LTD
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COCA-COLA LTD
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Maclean's_19500515_0063_010_0117.xml