Issue: 19520701

Tuesday, July 1, 1952
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EDITORIAL
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LETTER TO HEIFNZ WEIDNER
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Dear Gentlemen: I got the address of your editorship by the Canadian Mission in Bonn and because I’ve applied for my entry to Canada I wish to become acquainted with the peculiarities of the Canadian mentality and perception. The best way for such purpose is the study of the leading newspapers and so I ask you for a number of your Maclean’s Magazine.
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EDITORIAL
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IN THE EDITORS' CONFIDENCE
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DAVID MacDONALD, himself a Bluenose from Upper Canada, was born in Toronto twenty-five years ago and moved to Halifax at the age of six months to be close to his parents. He’s now back in Toronto working on the editorial staff of the Globe and Mail.
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London Letter
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BAD TIMING BY THE TORIES
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Beverley Baxter
HARD POUNDING gentlemen,” said Wellington as the rival guns at Waterloo thundered and spat fire. “We shall see who can pound the longest.” I would not be surprised if Churchill says much the same thing to his ministers as the two sides at Westminster hurl salvo after salvo of fierce argument while the dark night gives way to a grisly dawn.
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BACKSTAGE at Ottawa
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Do Four Wins Make A Trend?
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BLAIR FRASER'S
CHEERFUL Duplessis men in Quebec and some glum Liberals in Ottawa find themselves in unaccustomed agreement. Both think a Duplessis victory is a certainty in the forthcoming Quebec provincial election. As proof positive both cite the Progressive Conservative victory in the recent federal by-election in Roberval, Que.
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YOU'RE RICHER THAN YOU THINK
On this anniversary of Confederation, you're twice as well off as your grandfather was thanks to our increased production and a tidal wave of foreign investment. You're rich, even if your wallet says it isn't so
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BLAIR FRASER
L AST YEAR an American who represented an investment firm came through Ottawa. He already had large interests in the United States and Britain, but his company had some new money to invest. After a survey of the free nations he had decided to place all current and future investment programs in Canada.
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BLUENOSE in TORONTO
Red Angus set out to save sweet Florie from a fate worse than death in the glittering dens of Upper Canada. But how could he best those millionaires in their shiny cars?—For he was only a
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DAVID MacDONALD
MY NAME is Red Angus MacEachern, of Nova Scotia, Maritime Provinces, biggest son of Piper Jack MacEachern who works on the docks in Halifax. That Red part is just a nickname referring to my hair, which is red. I live in Toronto but two years ago I would sooner of eat jackstones for a living than come near Upper Canada.
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THE DOOMED LAKES LASH OUT
The experts can’t agree on the causes of this year's record high water that has caused billions of dollars’ damage along the Great Lakes. But they do know that someday the famous lifeline will be just a string of puddles
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FRED BODSWORTH
SPRING ENDED with water levels in the Great Lakes higher than ever before in the ninety-two years for which man has a record. The lakes were probably higher than at any time since they leveled off following the melting of the great glaciers of the last ice age thirty-five thousand years ago.
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I BELONG TO OSWALDTWISTLE
A local boy goes back for a wry affectionate reunion with his fellow Gobbins in the spinning town of Oswaldtwistle, which most Britons regard as a sort of real-life Dogpatch — even though it has the honor of being the centre of the British Isles
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MCKENZIE PORTER
AMONG the thousands of Canadians planning to cross the Atlantic this summer there might be one who is reckless enough to seek out the geographical centre of the British Isles. If so, he will find that, lying almost equidistant between John o’ Groat’s in the north and Land’s End in the south and Yarmouth in the east and Enniskillen in the west, there is a Lancashire town of fourteen thousand which basks under the astonishing name of Oswaldtwistle.
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HOW TO SUN TAN SAFELY
The sun can be your undoing unless you learn the simple rules for getting a good tan. For instance, you’re not safe from a peeling back even when you can’t see the sun for clouds
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DOROTHY SANGSTER
JULY IS with us again and most of us are ready to prostrate ourselves as annual burnt offerings. Dark glasses in one hand, oily mixture in the other, and wearing as little as the law will allow, we are waiting for the first really hot week end to sprint for the burning sands.
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HOW MOUNT LOGAN WAS CONQUERED
The forbidding fortress that is Canada's highest mountain defied all invaders until in 1925 six stubborn men waged and won a nightmare battle that continued after the pinnacle was reached
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BARBARA MOON
AT EIGHT o’clock in the watery green light of an Arctic evening three Canadians and three Americans looked down thousands of feet at a sea of ice with surf of clouds tossing restlessly up at them. Scores of jagged mountain peaks floated below on the white expanse like walnuts on the frosting of a cake.
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HOME-THE LAST SWEATSHOP
When are women going to smarten up? For years men have told them how to run their homes like offices. But even with hubby drying the dishes they keep on working like bewildered drudges
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SIDNEY MARGOLIUS
THE Age of Efficiency, along with its corollary, the Age of Leisure, is a cruel and bitter hoax. We who invented and live among its social and engineering miracles—its five-day week, its turbines and its vacuum cleaners—have been robbed of the fruits of our creation.
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They’re Betting Newfoundland’s Bankroll
Premier Joey Smallwood, with a refugee expert named Alfred Valdmanis calling the shots, is gambling millions on an industrial revolution that is already changing Canada’s newest province
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IAN SCLANDERS
THIS is about a premier, a refugee and a gamble. The premier, Joseph R. Smallwood, is the former newspaper reporter and radio commentator who led Newfoundland into Confederation. The refugee, Alfred A. Vaidmanis, is a Latvian who was Europe's youngest cabinet minister in the 1930s.
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LADY IN A TRAP
A hypothetical husband named John, whose wife was foolish enough to get caught in a trap, decides to fend for himself and gets lost in a maze of noodles, tureens, peaches, eggs and mysterious metal objects
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JAMES THURBER
SOMETIMES those one-line fillers you see in newspapers are more fascinating and provocative than major news stories, and one of this kind turned up not long ago in the watchful and sympathetic New York Times. It went like this: “When a female mole is caught in a trap, the male often worries so much that he starves to death.
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Maclean's MOVIES
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CLYDE GILMOUR
BATTLE AT APACHE PASS: Jeff Chandler returns as Chief Cochise, the role he inaugurated so convincingly in Broken Arrow. Like all but a few screen sequels, though, the follow-up is inferior. The redskins keep switching confusingly from the Apache tongue to a sort of rotund Longfellow English, but some of the action scenes are fairly DEADLINE, U.S.A.:
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CANADA as they see it — No. 4
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LEN NORRIS
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THE SORRY SWIMMER
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Richard Wheeler
I practice floating on my back And try to look reposeful, But, since I haven't got the knack, I wind up with a nose full!
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SEX HEX
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Iran J. Collins
The dents in my fender Are feminine gender.
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Postscript to a Fish Story
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Was your article. Why Won’t Canadians Eat Fish? (May 15) just meant to be a fish story? In any case, Ian Sclanders’ facts do not tally, even in this part of the Maritimes. Here, within a couple of hours’ trucking distance of the premier fishing ports, we not only find it difficult to buy fresh fish but, when we can, the prices are quite comparable with those of beef, although it costs nobody anything to feed the fishes.
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WHEN a rural group of the Sons of Temperance, in Kings County, N.S., found that the other organizations who borrowed their chairs for meetings sometimes failed to return them they hired a local painter to mark the bottoms of the chairs with the letters SOT.
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PARKE, DAVIS & CO., LTD.
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