Issue: 19510415

Sunday, April 15, 1951
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EDITORIAL
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THE PATS ARE GOOD BUT NOT THAT GOOD
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CANADIANS get a lot of complacent fun out of the “sensational” United States press. We like to think that Americans are inveterate braggarts, that they never give anybody else any credit, that they are prone to gross exaggeration. Maybe, maybe.
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LONDON LETTER
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Who Pays for the Welfare State?
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Beverley Baxter
IN MY last letter from London I dealt with some of the causes of the present Socialist decline in Britain and prophesied that unless the international situation made an election impossible this year the Socialists would be heavily defeated by the Conservatives.
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BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA
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Has Jimmy Gardiner Won His Last Fight?
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BLAIR FRASER
SEVERAL times in the past five years this department has read funeral services over the political coffin of the Right Hon. James G. Gardiner. Each time, before the ink was dry on his obituary, Jimmy Gardiner’s corpse was sufficiently revived to win the fight, whatever it happened to be, and end up livelier than ever.
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MEET MIKE PEARSON
The man who speaks for Canada at the UN and who may be our next prime minister also shovels his own snow and once played semi-pro baseball. He’s our mosttraveled diplomat blit gets sick on planes and can’t sleep on trains. The home in Ottawa he rarely has time to enjoy is run by the pretty girl who married the teacher
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BLAIR FRASER
SIX YEARS AGO Lester Bowles Pearson, O.B.E., M.A., LL.D., was promoted from Envoy Extraordinary and Minister-Plenipotentiary to be Canadian Ambassador to the United States. He was one of the first career diplomats to head an important mission.
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THE SHACKS WE CALL SCHOOLS
We’re so busy boasting about the handful of new schools we’ve built since the war that we forget about the thousands which have no lights, no indoor toilets, no drinking fountains, no maps and no libraries. Experts quote figures to prove that these primitive conditions threaten to make a mockery of modern education
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FRED BODSWORTH
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When A Girl Becomes A Nun
Amid the blast of buzz-bombs in London, Catharine Bedford, a Canadian corporal, struggled, through doubt, and torment to the decision that, she now finds, has won her a life of peace, devotion and hard work in a black habit
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MCKENZIE PORTER
ONE YEAR after she returned from Europe with two stripes on her Army tunic, a pretty, fragile, 24-year-old Canadian named Catharine Bedford became a nun. In a ceremony which the Roman Catholic Church regards as a marriage to Christ she cut off her hair and changed from a white bridal gown to the black habit of her vocation.
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SUDBURY:MELTING POT FOR MEN AND ORE
In its furnaces every day a mountain of ore becomes a river of vital metals; on its streets a colorful mixture of races and religions surges and blends into a unique Canadian scene. Sudbury’s got a right to thump its hairy chest
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DON DELAPLANTE
A FRAGILE, albeit glamorous and hardknuckled, creature is the mine town. Today, ebullient with life, optimism and grand schemes for the future; tomorrow, perhaps a ghost town populated by a bewildered few left to flounder in the backwash made by rugged individualists hastening to other fields of fortune.
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THE TRAFFIC JAM IS HERE TO STAY
A man who’s resigned to driving the rest of his life in low gear says the answer to our traffic problems is not to reroute streetcars, build subways or increase the parking fines. The only solution to the five o’clock rat race is to get used to it
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ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN
ISEE by the papers that somebody has been counting cars again and figures he can fix the traffic and parking situation by designing a super elevated cross-town highway terminating in a 10-story municipal parking garage for every major city in Canada. In my town, Toronto, they are going to provide more elbow room for my automobile by building a multi-million-dollar subway.
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We Found the Last Wild West
Beyond the rocky barrier of the snow-topped Itch as in northern B.C. was a blank space on the map — and the Shangri-la legend of a vast unknown cattle land. Two cowboys studied the map and made a decision. Beginning the story of a perilous ride through a dark and wild land which no white man had ever before conquered
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RICHMOND P. HOBSON JR
ACROSS NORTHERN British Columbia, between the Rockies and the Pacific Ocean, stretches an awesome 200,000 square mile chunk of mountain, swamp, river and valley, its vast solitude split only by one railroad track and a single car road, flanked by isolated villages and cattle loading pens.
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THE PILL THAT RULES THE WAVES
Mothersill’s Seasick Remedy has sparked more jokes than Bob Hope’s nose, but thousands of travelers all over the world wouldn’t move a yard without it. It was discovered nearly 50 years ago by the son of a Winnipeg archdeacon and all the strides of science since then haven’t reached a better formula
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FRANK HAMILTON
WHEN JACK BENNY told Rochester to take him for a drive in his ancient Maxwell, Rochester rasped: “Oh! Oh! Better bring my Mothersill’s!” and millions laughed. It was a joke with international appeal, as funny in Bombay and Berlin as in Hollywood and Halifax.
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The Jinker
On the gleaming face of the ice floe the two men fought and there was barbaric justice for both in this breeding ground of seals and fears and revenge
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JOSEPH SCHULL
A FULL MOON rode above the ice, silhouetting the two motionless ships. Robert Torrance stood bundled in shapeless sealskins, a tall patch of darkness breaking up the play of light and shadow on the “Jean Bright’s” quarter-deck. From the ’tween-decks beneath him the snores of his two hundred men billowed up in a soft wave.
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HOW THE MAYBURYS SAVED THEIR MARRIAGE
As Alice Maybury said, she and Don were an average unhappily married couple." The love affair which began so sweetly had turned sour after six years of marriage. Instead of breaking up, they looked for, and found, some of the answers to their problems. Maybe these are the answers you're looking for, too
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SIDNEY KATZ
THIS IS the story of a marriage that almost failed. It may be your story because Don and Alice Maybury are a fairly average Canadian couple who faced the usual problems that marriage brings. Fortunately, this story has a happy ending because Alice and Don sat down and found ways of saving their marriage before it cracked up.
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The Earl Who Went Back to the Farm
After he inherited a foot-long string of titles and a high-voltage family curse, the farm-hoy Earl of Egmont suddenly balked. He sold his English castle and went hack to his acres in Alberta, where he’s living happily ever alter
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JIM COLEMAN
HIS FULL NAME is Sir Frederick Georg Moore Perceval, 11th Earl of Egmont; Viscount Perceval of Kanturk; Baron Perceval of Burton; Baron Arden of Lohart Castle; Lord Lovel and Holland of Enmore; Baron Arden of Arden, 11th Baronet. His Alberta farmer neighbors call him “Freddie.
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IN THE editors CONFIDENCE
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RICHMOND P. HOBSON JR., whose stoly about the last wild west begins on'page. 16, looks more like a cowboy than any cowboy we've ever met. This could be because Rich is the only real cowboy we ever did meet. His shoulders are broad, his hips are slim and we always had the impression that he was eight feet tall and wore a twenty-gallon hat.
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Maclean's MOVIES
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Maclean's MOVIES
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CLYDE GILMOUR
CALL ME MISTER: Danny Thomas, a Hollywood recruit from the night clubs and television, supplies the chuckles in this routine Technicolor musical. As a Gl condemned to a career of KP he sings a lively “Lament to the Pots and Pans," and later adorns a good skit lampooning the foot-soldier's concept of the easy life in the Air Force.
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THEY TOOK THE KITCHEN SINK
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John P. McKnight
THE ancient theory that thieves will take ‘‘everything but the kitchen sink” has been exploded. In Chicago, burglars who went through a South Side home took the sink along with everything else; and in Richmond, Va., Mrs. J. H. Amos returned home to find that intruders had removed only her sink.
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Dunked Punctuation
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William Gibson Colter
The Starfish lies, or sits, or stands For endless hours on timeless sands. It’s obvious these crusty discs Must be the ocean’s ***** Sardines, without their cans or keys, Could he the sea’s ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ Which makes it plain that pollywogs Are , , , , , long before they’re frogs.
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CANADIANECDOTE
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The Factor Trained a Track Star
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ONE DAY in the early summer of 1884 an exhausted young Cree, closely pursued by seven Blackfeet, stumbled through a door in the stockade of the Hudson’s Bay Company post at Smoky River, northern Saskatchewan. Bolting the door in the faces of the thwarted Blackfeet the factor then climbed up to the lookout tower to talk with them.
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NATURE
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William Gibson Colter
Nature, nature, everywhere! Its essence fills the smoky air Of stony cities, cold and bare. It’s there! It’s there! It MUST be there!
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MACLEAN’S HIDE-AND-SEEK—No. 2
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MACLEAN’S HIDE-AND-SEEK—No. 2
Here’s a hat check. We’ve blotted out the faces in the 10 pictures below, but from the headgear you shouldn’t have much trouble finding the face. Who else would wear a hat like that?
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1. Ted Lewis 2. Maurice Chevalier 3. Harry Truman 4. Nehru 5. Charlie Chaplin 6. Douglas MacArthur 7. Winston Churchill 8. Barbara Ann Scott
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RADIO’S FUNNIEST FLUBS
Boners are always lurking around radio stations waiting for someone to pull them. They don’t have to wait long, because every man at the mike is sure to slip sometime
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MAX BRAITHWAITE
AT A critical stage in the railway strike last August the CBC Talks Department invited union leaders A. R. Mosher and Frank Hall to make a joint statement on the strike issues. The talk didn’t last the full time provided for it, so to fill in until the next program the studio presented an interlude of organ music.
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AMOEBA
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William Gibson colter
Amoebas swim in two directions, Leaving them with second sections. That's the way the plain but sly Amoebas like to multiply, Free of gender, knowing well That love would wreck a single cell.
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WIT AND WISDOM
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Get Thee Behind Me, Siren —Nothing improves a motorist’s driving so much as a police car directly behind him. — KitchenerWaterloo Record. All Well And Good—A farm is a hunk of land on which, if you get up early enough mornings and work late enough nights, you’ll make a fortune —if you strike oil.—Calgary Albertan.
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The Charge of the Churchill Brigade
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A letter in Mailbag for March 1 from Wm. G. Ashdown, of Winnipeg, cannot go unchallenged. In it he accuses Winston Churchill of being the perpetrator of the deplorable conditions in the world of today. As everybody in the world of today knows had it not been for Churchill and his great personality there would have been no British Empire, in fact no “Western” civilization left for anyone to criticize .
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THE Rotary Club in Comox, B.C., was collecting household discards for an auction and the wife of one of the members happily took advantage of the opportunity to empty her attic. After the auction her husband arrived home, hoarse but happy, carrying a large parcel.
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