Issue: 19501115

Wednesday, November 15, 1950
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EDITORIAL
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What Does a Nation Owe To Its Would-be Traitors?
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IN THIS issue of this magazine a man who as recently as four months ago was a member of the Canadian Communist Party’s Central Committee makes certain disclosures to which no Canadian can be indifferent. The burden of these disclosures is that a large and well-prepared army of Canadian Communists already stands mobilized and ready to go underground and fight an underground war against Canada in the event that Canada should find itself at war against Soviet Russia.
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How Canada Looks from Asia
BACKSTAGE IN INDIA
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BLAIR FRASER
LUCKNOW, INDIA - Coming East is like catching a glimpse of your own back in a tailor's mirror. For a fleeting moment you see how you look to other people and it's usually a shock. The other morning several Canadians had breakfast in Delhi with a young government official—a bright chap who reads Western papers and magazines regularly and is unusually well informed on our affairs.
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LONDON LETTER
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Come Into Our New House!
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BEVERLEY BAXTER
I REMEMBER the day well. It was Friday, May the 9th, in the year 1941. About 10 young air force pilots, including Hindus, Australians, New Zealanders and Canadians had arranged that I should show them around the Houses of Parliament and we had reached the Commons just after it had adjourned at 4.30 p.m.
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THE REDS ARE READY TO WAGE WAR INSIDE CANADA
Before he broke with the party four months ago, T. G. McManus, a member of the Communist Central Committee for Canada, had already been shown his underground hideout, been issued his code name and his orders for sabotaging industry — all part of the Communist blueprint for treason if war should come between Canada and Russia
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T. G. McMANUS
WE MIGHT have been two fishermen driving up the Ottawa River for pickerel, or a realestate salesman and his prospect looking over a piece of summer property. Most of our talk was about the weather and our families. The details had been straightened out long before we left Montreal and the only purpose of this trip was to make sure that I would have no trouble finding the place again.
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HOW FREUD CHANGED YOUR LIFE
Denounced as pure filth, revered as ultimate truth, the teachings of Sigmund Freud have influenced our books, movies and the way we rear our children. He gave us the subconscious, the libido and the id
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LISTER SINCLAIR
AT THE turn of the century a middle-aged doctor woke in Vienna from a strange dream. He dreamed that he was working in the hospital dissecting room, but that the specimen he was preparing was his own pelvis. Methodically and conscientiously he noted his findings.
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Riches For The Little Rooster
Canada's No. 1 man of the theatre, Gratien Gélinas, the idol of Quebec, is as good at figures as he is at writing, directing, producing and starring in his smash hits. Now he's got Broadway producers interested in staging his sensational play, "Tit-Coq"
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GEORGE HILLYARD ROBERTSON
LAST SPRING a diminutive Canadien with a melancholy pierrot face arrived on Broadway with a neatly typed three-act play under his arm. He stayed two days. In those two days he listened calmly as some of the biggest men in show business bid against each other for the privilege of presenting the play in New York.
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THE PHILISTINE
This girl knew two things—love and war. In the dim tavern of the Seven Eyes, Paltiel, proud armor-bearer to the King of Gath, talked of both—disastrously
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W. G. HARDY
HE LOUNGED into the tavern that afternoon, a tall man, arrogant with the easy, unthinking arrogance of youth. The girl he had come to see was bent over behind the low, brick-built counter, tugging at a jar. To Paltiel, handsome charioteer and armorbearer of the King of Gath, women seemed, at times, too accessible.
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THE CROTCHETY MERCHANT OF MINK
Jack Creed walked across Europe on his way to establishing Toronto’s toniest fur salon. Now he drives in a limousine to his $400,000 business where the customer is always right as long as she agrees with Jack
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EYA-LIS WUORIO
THE HOME of some of Canada’s most expensive fur coats is a modern, white-painted, two-story building on Bloor Street, which is Toronto’s closest approximation to Bond Street, Fifth Avenue, or Rue de la Paix. Four long windows space the façade; the doorway, decorated with black iron grilling, looks like an entrance to a private house, and the atmosphere that greets you is either genially personal or coldly condescending, depending on the heft of your pocketbook or how well your name is known on sizeable cheques.
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WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT GLACIERS
The few men who know them can read in the rivers of ice that orchids will bloom on Baffin Island and palm trees wave from Greenland’s shore. They say, too, that glaciers sometimes growl
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MORTON HUNT
LORD FRANCIS DOUGLAS was supposed to show up at the foot of the Matterhorn glacier in the Swiss Alps last spring, but he didn’t keep the date. Maybe he won’t ever keep it now; after all he’s been inside that glacier since July 1865. But Swiss glaciologists insist that the rate of flow of the river of ice should deliver his lordship at the foot any time now.
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Ever Try to Teach Your Wife to Drive?
This man did and he’s not quite over it yet. He tried loud yells, sarcasm and then sweet reason, but Mrs. A., being a woman, had her own ideas. If you want to avoid this domestic crisis, listen to his advice
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ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN
EVERY now and then for about six years I’ve taken a crack at teaching my wife to drive. Usually I’m back in about half an hour, my wife sobbing, my two daughters hugging her, and me saying: “Okay, okay. I’m sorry I used that word. But after all, I just paid 60 bucks for a new clutch.
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PART FOUR
DON'T CALL ME BABY FACE
After Pop Foster gave in and answered the phone young McLarnin went to New York — and he went big. The ex-newsboy from Vancouver fought 22 fights in nine years, but he ate lemon pie with a gangster only once
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Jimmy McLarnin
FOR NINE YEARS I went—as the saying goes among old fighters and actors—big in New York. For most of them I went real big in New York. Between the beginning of 1928 and the end of 1936 I had 22 fights there, most of them big fights, big-money fights and winning fights.
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A MACLEAN’S FLASHBACK
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The Hanging Judge Was a Softy
Matthew Begbie was the law in untamed British Columbia, this man who sang in the church choir and hanged murderers from the nearest tree. He was accused of graft, his life was threatened, but he blustered his way into the legends of a new land
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BRUCE HUTCHISON
A TOWERING young stranger from England stepped ashore at the gate of Fort Victoria on Nov. 16, 1858. His top hat was cocked rakishly on the side of his head. His dark mustaches were waxed to a fine point, his beard trimmed in a neat wedge. His look was handsome, proud and theatrical. Here was a self-confident Mephistopheles, straight out of “Faust."
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Her Shopping List’s on Ticker Tape
Blazing trail through the male mysteries of high finance Helen Cleveland of Bay St. sells stocks and bonds to wives, widows and business girls. Her secret: She can turn window-shopping into a signature on the dotted line
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GERALD ANGLIN
HELEN WARFIELD CLEVELAND sells upward of a million dollars worth of stocks and bonds a year to women clients by calmly and reassuringly showing them a lighted path through the ticker-tape jungle in which men conduct the mysterious business of high finance.
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Maclean’s MOVIES
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Maclean’s MOVIES
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CLYDE GILMOUR
BEAVER VALLEY: A delightful halfhour nature short (not a cartoon) in which some skilled and patient cameramen and film editors under Walt Disney’s fatherly eye have recorded the activities occurring in and around a pond in the Rockies.
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In the Editors’ Confidence
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In the Editors’ Confidence
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LISTER SINCLAIR, whose article on Freud starts on page 8, has forsaken Toronto, which he once attacked in a CBC play, and has gone to live near Kleinburg, 26 miles northwest of the city. His home is one of a series of rambling, ultra-modern structures being built by writers, artists and movie people along the Humber River.
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THE KILLER IN THE CASTLE
One hundred men died at the bend in the road. But it took the Royal Navy to catch the mad murderer
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G. M. HAMILTON
ON A hilltop in the wild and lonely Pedro district of Jamaica, in the parish of St. Ann, there stands a desolate ruin. Despite its grandiose name of Edinburgh Castle, this fortress had only two small towers and one tiny room. It has such an evil reputation that for 176 years no one has lived in it, and now bushes grow through the floors and creepers are slowly pulling down the walls.
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Twenty Questions - Animal
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Twenty Questions - Animal
A Maclean’s Quiz
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GERARD MOSLER
ANIMALS are always writing to our Mailbag asking why humans act the way they do. But those animals are plenty queer themselves. Just so you can hold your own here are 20 questions based on facts about animals most quoted and most confused by the twolegged public. Answer “true” or “false”; get 15 right and even the wise old owl will respect you.
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CARTOON CANTOS
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CANADIANECDOTE
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Salvation for the Archbishop’s Grandfather
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A QUICK-WITTED Indian woman of the western plains once saved the life of a man named John Pritchard. It was a life worth saving, for Little Pritchard (so called because he was small and thin) later helped found the Anglican Church in the West and was the grandfather of one of its ablest primates, the late Archbishop Samuel Pritchard Matheson, of Winnipeg.
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Lady in the Dark
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Excuse my callous disbelief, Dear madam in the seat ahead. You are, it seems, bowed down by grief, Tormented and dispirited. What passes on the silver screen Conceivably could cause your But is this not the old routine Of hunting for your missing shoes?
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WIT AND WISDOM
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Stiff Price—Mary, aged five, was facing a minor surgical operation, and mother told her: “Be a brave little girl and mama will get you a nice kitten.” Mother was sitting close by when Mary came out of the ether. She leaned forward to catch the youngster’s first words.
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MAILBAG
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Referring to your lead article In Maclean’s Sept. 15, “Is there a Miracle at Uptergrove?” Shouldn’t this article have been presented first to Robert Ripley, or did he reject it?—Edward D. Manchul, Fort William, Ont. We consider this article to be truthfully and fairly presented.
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PARADE
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THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
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A PARADE scout in Vancouver was waiting to be waited on in the hardware department of a local store when he noticed among the bustle of shoppers one woman approaching with a particularly purposeful gleam in her eye. Pulling up at a counter she set down her parcels, plucked off her shoe, picked up a hammer from an open display case, whammed a disturbing nail back into place, replaced hammer and shoe and went off to complete her shopping.
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