Issue: 19510615

Friday, June 15, 1951
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
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EDITORIAL
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WHO SHALL SPEAK FOR CANADA?
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A MAGAZINE which purports to be a Canadian magazine but is not a Canadian magazine and which purports to be a news magazine but has become, to an increasing degree, a magazine of opinion recently published the following item of Canadian news: Canada’s tradition of silent partnership with the U. S. was sharply ruptured in November 1949 when Lester B. Pearson, Canada’s Minister for External Affairs, proclaimed that Canada is no American “camp follower.”
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LONDON LETTER
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Rich Fare for the Festival
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Beverley Baxter
QUESTION time has just ended and most of the members of the House of Commons are streaming out to gaze upon a miracle. The Terrace is crowded with hatless MPs of all shapes and political complexions wanting to see this wonderful thing and to feel its beneficent caress -For two hours now the sun has been shining and there is nothing more threatening in the sky than a few guerrilla wisps of cloud keeping in touch with Aurora’s chariot.
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BACKSTAGE IN SWEDEN
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Spyglass on the Welfare States
who is currently in Europe
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BLAIR FRASER
STOCKHOLM-When Hon. Michael Wright was appointed, to his great joy, British Ambassador to Norway last year a Foreign Office colleague spoke to him severely. “You’re creating a new problem in procedure, Michael,” he said. “We have no experience in dealing with contented ambassadors.”
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IF THE RUSSIANS ATTACK CANADA
If war comes with Russia the ABCs of military strategy decree that at least nine Canadian cities will almost certainly be hit by atomic bombs. Canada offers Stalin tempting secondary targets too. Here’s what we can expect from such an attack, what we can do to protect ourselves, and what we haven’t yet begun to do
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WALLACE GOFORTH
SIDNEY KATZ
To MOST CANADIANS the defense of Canada means two things: The first, which we are doing, involves the dispatch of Canadian troops from Canada to resist aggression abroad. The second, which we have barely begun to do, involves the creation, for use in Canada, of a military and civilian force sufficiently strong and well trained to ensure Canada’s survival if she is attacked from abroad.
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Open Wide,Excellency
On the romantic South Seas island of Manatiti Julie found a cure for her heartache when Doctor Pete went to work on her peppery papa’s toothache
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LESLEY HOLMES
FROM THE WIDE screened veranda of the official bungalow Monsieur Georges Napoleon Bonet, His Excellency, the Governor for six months gone, viewed his world with dissatisfaction. Back in his native France this post in the remote South Pacific island of Manatiti had seemed like the fulfillment of a dream.
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HOW THE STOCK CROOKS OPERATE
Twenty thousand a year is peanuts to Toronto’s high-pressure “blower boys” who peddle worthless stocks via the long-distance telephone. Here’s the inside story of how they fatten up a sucker, then “pour the load” to him for all he’s got
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FRED BODSWORTH
IN MARCH 1950 a seventy-three-year-old widow in Geneva, Illinois, began receiving bulletins on Canadian mining and oil. stocks from a Toronto broker-dealer. The broker stressed that he had nothing to sell. The reassuring words “Send No Money” appeared prominently and frequently in the bulletins, which were issued, he claimed, merely as a public service.
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THE LONG ORDEAL OF MRS. TAK
Once she had a home near the Manchurian border and life was as predictable as the June rains on the paddy fields. Now a war she doesn’t understand has taken her home, her husband, her baby, and tossed her up like driftwood on the crowded Pusan hills
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PIERRE BERTON
PUSAN, the great seaport of South Korea, looks like a city that has never had enough elbow room. It clings to its gummy red clay hills like a sailor to a mast and the grey tile roofs of its houses jostle each other so that the streets cutting through them like ruts often seem to vanish in a choppy sea of buildings.
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BANFF
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A PARADISE FOR SULTANS AND STENOS
The world-famous mountain playground has got its sleeves rolled up ready for another rip-roaring tourist season. A maharaja once spent ten thousand to take the waters, but it doesn’t cost a cent to look at the Rockies
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GRATTAN GRAY
AS ANYONE capable of reading a travel folder knows, the town of Banff, Alta., and its environs are one of North America’s great tourist paradises. Close to half a million travelers from all over the world descend on Banff each year mainly during June, July and August and leave behind untold thousands of dollars to sustain the permanent population of twenty-seven hundred until the next tourist season rolls around.
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THE UPS AND DOWNS OF ALAN YOUNG
The stagestruck kid from West Vancouver fought his way to the top in radio and movies then tumbled down again. Now he’s made a sizzling comeback in television simply by going back to being himself
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CLYDE GILMOUk
THIS coming winter a Technicolor musical entitled Aaron Slick from Punkin Creek will, the moguls of Paramount Studies fondly hope, melt the ice in moviegoers’ pockets and launch for good and all a modest casual young Canadian into at least semi-colossal stardom.
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WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE IN THE DARK
Like most of us, Larry Bartlett had always taken his eyes for granted. Then a German shell exploded and he learned
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I AM BLIND. I have no hope of ever being able to see again, but I still remember very well what it was like to look at the world around me. Both my eyes were blown out seven years ago by the explosion of a German 88-millimetre shell in the battle of the Falaise Gap.
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BOSWELL OF THE BROOK
Roderick Haig-Brown, whose books on fishing and the outdoor life may make him our longest-lasting author, is also probably the only writer in Canada who milks a cow every day and gets called “Your Worship”
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STUART KEATE
THE ONLY sounds that broke the bleak March morning air were the rush of the dark river, the drum of a merganser’s wings as it scudded upstream, and the intermittent sss-ppinnng of the angler’s line as he laid his fly across a swirling eddy. Roderick Langmere Haig-Brown turned his pipe upside down against the drifting snow, hitched his waders a notch and edged his way with practiced caution toward the Nameless Pool.
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THE FIERY PHANTOM THAT SAILS BAY CHALEUR
For generation Maritimers have told of a flaming ship that sails New Brunswick's north shore, Some have even pursued it. What's the secret hehind
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IAN SCEANDERS
<p>TENS OF THOUSANDS bave watched its eerie performances, scientists have tried for half a century to unlock its secret, and adventurous fishermen have attempted to overtake it with their schooners. But the “Fire Ship” that cruises Bay Chaleur, between New Brunswick’s north shore and Quebec’s Gaspé coast, is as much a mystery as ever.</p>
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ALLIS-CHALMERS RUMELY, LTD
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Maclean's MOVIES
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CLYDE GILMOUR
ACE IN THE HOLE: A harsh, violent but vastly engrossing melodrama about a newsman (Kirk Douglas) who restores his own tarnished reputation by secretly prolonging the agony of a man entombed in a cave-in. Billy Wilder, as co-scripter and director, has put his stamp of creative individuality on every foot of this, and the result is a fascinating study of that frightening ogre, the modern mob.
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IN THE Editors CONFIDENCE
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IN THE Editors CONFIDENCE
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FOR some years now we have been getting magazine articles together with an occasional barrel of oysters from Ian Sclanders of Saint John. Unfortunately, there were never enough oysters to share with our readers but, judging by their letters, they seemed to like the articles fine.
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SHORT CUTS TO INSANITY
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Peter Whalley
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THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LTD.
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THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LTD.
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FASHION FIGURES
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Gerard Mosler
WOMEN are admittedly changeable, but did you realize just how much they've changed (in silhouette, anyway) in the past few centuries? Start remembering your family portraits and tintypes then look at the silhouettes below and jot down the peak year for each fashion.
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A HUSBAND’S ALIBI
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Richard Wheeler
My faults, my clear, you’ve made it clear, Are something more than glaring; But nonetheless, my sweet, I guess You'll have to be forbearing. I'd change my ways to earn your praise, But, darling, here’s the danger: if I improve, you’ll feel that you've A husband who's a stranger!
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MONEY MUTTERS
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A Threshing From the Wheat Belt
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Have western farmers received a square deal under the five-year pool and the British Wheat Agreement? The answer is definitely, no! Your editorial of May 1, Who’ll Join Our Anti-Lobby Lobby?, quite possibly expresses an attitude of many easterners, but before jumping to hasty conclusions it might be a good idea to get away from the narrow atmosphere of Toronto and come west for a look at actual conditions.
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WIT AND WISDOM
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So Yuh Won’t Talk—Hollywood star sues for divorce because her husband doesn’t talk in his sleep: he just grins and says nothing. Here is pure mental cruelty at last.— Hamilton Spectator. Let’s Show Him the Dior—A designer of women’s clothes says it is his job to keep women eternally dissatisfied with what they are wearing.
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AN AMP1RICAN was impressed recently by the friendly, helpful attitude of fellow train passengers in the Maritimes who went out of their way to make him feel at home. The conductor even stopped to talk to him, and the American asked him about Maritime fruitgrowing.
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