Issue: 19530601

Monday, June 1, 1953
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EDITORIAL
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THE FREE WORLD’S GREATEST ASSET
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MACLEAN’S
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE
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Coronation Special
London Letter
The Biggest Fancy-Dress Party of All
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Beverley Baxter
MORE THAN once in these letters from London I have commented on the strange illogical love of the English for fancy dress. What is more, I mean the English and not the other members of the island tribe. The Scot has only the kilt and the regalia of the Highland costume, the Welshman occasionally dresses up as an ancient bard but the Irishman will have none of it.
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Coronation Special
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No Social Climbers in the Abbey
BACKSTAGE at Ottawa
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BLAIR FRASER
NOW THAT the job is done, Ottawa civil servants admit that the Coronation hasn’t been quite the headache they thought it would be. Several thousand Canadians (they won’t say exactly how many) have got seats with a minimum, so far, of fuss and recrimination.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED
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Coronation Special
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THE GIRL BEHIND THE MASK
The acres of newsprint devoted to making Elizabeth II the most publicized woman of modern times have only covered deeper the real personality of our Queen
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PIERRE BERTON
<p>ELIZABETH II, as all the world knows, is a petite serious-faced girl with a twenty-five-inch waist and golden eyebrows, who can’t stand oysters but likes champagne, doesn’t smoke in public but keeps cigarettes on her desk, prefers canasta to bridge and horse racing to boxing, likes her drapery cherry-red and her note paper bottle-green, enjoys Jane Austen but thinks Dickens rather a bore, is madly in love with her husband and knows how to shake hands at the rate of twelve a minute.</p>
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Coronation Special
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THE STRANGE RITES OF ROYALTY
THE FAMILY IN THE PALACE, fenced in by a forest of taboos as weird as any savage kingdom’s, obeys a tradition of self-sacrifice unto death. Will the historians of the future attribute the great success of the British crown to
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SINCE NO human institution can endure forever, the anthropologists of some future era may be able to contemplate the British Crown with a detachment not entirely possible in our own day. When they do finally cast their dispassionate gaze through history’s narrowing telescope and look at this impossible, unbelievable, patently unworkable and more than slightly magical phenomenon, they are likely to come up with some queer observations.
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Coronation Special
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MUST THE COMMONWEALTH SPLIT UP?
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BRUCE HUTCHISON
MOMENTARILY forgotten in the ritual and myth of the Coronation, some hard essential questions remain unanswered. Has the Queen’s realm become a fable in its own time? Has the liquidation of the British Commonwealth and the remnants of the Empire — so scornfully rejected less than ten years ago by Winston Churchill already passed the point of no return? Can such a loose-knit sprawling structure possibly endure in a world revolution now surging toward its watershed? To a pragmatist the answers must have a negative and fateful ring.
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Coronation Special
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CROCUS AT THE CORONATION
The best-known little town on the prairies, practically steaming with loyalty, decided on a draw to send a representative to see the Queen. And the blind finger of fate tapped the shoulder of — well, it wasn't Mayor MacTaggart
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W. O. MITCHELL
MOST THE TIME people take Crocus natural like breathing. You would too till the morning you’re listening to your radio kind of husky and hoarse and all wavy the way if, is from coming across from the Old Country. You’d be listening to all those people with their titles yelling and her getting her crown and him beside her and everybody swallowing and blinking the way Jake was doing because you don’t pick up a Queen for an Empire every day of the week.
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The Met Cashes in in Canada
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JUNE CALLWOOD
TO MOST Canadians opera is a word for a noise, or for pretentious culture, or for boredom, or at best for entertainment both foreign and phony. Opera’s most striking defense is that few who accept such definitions have ever seen an opera. In the spring of 1952 when the Metropolitan Opera Company gave four performances in Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, an usher who had spent most of his mature years admiring Turk Broda play hockey on Saturday nights and Whipper Billy Watson wrestle on Thursdays observed: “When I heard the opera was coming to the Gardens I figured I was in for the longest week of my life.
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Should Edith Shinder Get Her Baby?
This Brooklyn housewife simply wanted a baby—and she found one in Toronto. But when she tried to take it home she set off a chain reaction of arrests, notoriety and heartbreak and posed an adoption puzzle that’s still unsolved
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DOROTHY SANGSTER
ON FEB. 25 last Jack Shinder, a tall nervous twenty - nine - year - old haberdashery salesman from Brooklyn, and Edith, his plump wife, were arrested in Toronto after they had tried to board a New York-bound plane with a five-day-old Canadian baby boy whom they had claimed was their own infant son, Martin.
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HOW FX SAVED THE MARITIMES
The unorthodox professors of Saint Francis Xavier left the classroom to teach their people how to beat depression, built the biggest “campus” in the world and started a co-operative revolution that’s spread from Antigonish to Colombo
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DAVID MacDONALD
IN THE unwieldy-sounding town of Antigonish, N.S., there is a small Roman Catholic college with the equally unwieldy name of Saint Francis Xavier University. It has fourteen buildings, a spirited student body, a distinguished faculty, excellent academic rating and a showcase full of athletic trophies.
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THE FORGOTTEN IDOL OF THE E
Ned Hanlan, a chunky Toronto Islander, rose above shady promoters and fixers to bring Canada its first world title in the days when baseball was a pup
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FERGUS CRONIN
A CANADIAN in Paris in 1917 was introduced to a friendly Frenchman. “I was in Canada in 1887,” the Frenchman said proudly, “and I met Edward Hanlan!” Thirty years after his visit, it was the highlight he remembered best. Hanlan was the son of a Toronto Island storekeeper who became the champion oarsman of the world.
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Maclean’s Movies
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CLYDE GILMOUR
BWANA DEVIL: A film so incredibly corny I don't think it would have been released at all except to cash in on the gimmick-value of 3-D. Viewed through special glasses, parts of it have a fairly effective ''depth.” Engineer Robert Stack battles two man-eating lions which are blocking the building of a railway in Africa.
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JASPER AT THE CORONATION
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GREAT MINDS THINKS ALIKE
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Harry Mace
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IN THE RED Today’s typical citizen is defined as the guy who wears last year’s suit and drives this year’s car on next year’s salary. Vancouver Province. IT CANT HAPPEN HERE The Moscow Press brags about its transit system. We are proud to say there is no city in Canada where you would hear subversive stuff like that.
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Outstanding . . . Accurate Congratulations to Pierre Berton on The Family in the Palace series. I think it is the best, most informative and most human writing on the Royal Family that I have ever read. I hope Maclean’s is planning to bring the seven articles out in the form of a book.
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FOR YEARS a Winnipeg motorist has accused his wife of back-seat driving but only lately could he produce concrete evidence. The couple took a trolley bus down-town and from their seat near the driver, the wife dreamily watched the traffic as she usually does when motoring.
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