Issue: 19550215

Tuesday, February 15, 1955
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES (1954) LIMITED
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES (1954) LIMITED
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MACLEAN’S
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EDITORIAL
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The Core of the Quarrel in Asia
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BLAIR FRASER
CRITICS IN Western countries of United States policy in Asia are fond of calling it naïve and unrealistic. It isn’t. Far from being naive, Americans in the Far East are disconcertingly hard-boiled and darkly pessimistic. They think a major war with Red China within the next five years is extremely probable.
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DOW CHEMICAL OF CANADA, LIMITED
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DOW CHEMICAL OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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LONDON LETTER
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Should Attlee Merge with the Liberals?
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Beverley Baxter
IF YOU can imagine such a paradox, we Conservatives in Great Britain are becoming worried about the health of the Labour Party. I do not mean that we lie awake of nights wondering whether Mr. Attlee is apt to catch a chill, or Aneurin Bevan burst a blood vessel.
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National Trust COMPANY LIMITED
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National Trust COMPANY LIMITED
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BACKSTAGE In Pakistan
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Can a constitution make a nation?
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BLAIR FRASER
ONE THING about expecting the worst, you won’t be disappointed and you may be pleasantly surprised, even by a bad situation. This is what happens to the visitor in Pakistan these days. The situation is bad all right. Parliament suspended and the Constituent Assembly dissolved in eastern and western wings of this divided country; cabinets and governors arbitrarily appointed by the GovernorGeneral, with no legislature to which they are responsible; the commanderin-chief of the army firmly seated in the cabinet itself, helping to run what looks very like a military dictatorship; the Press censored, assembly restricted, a provincial premier under house arrest—all this makes it look as if democracy had been abolished in Pakistan and a military fascism had triumphed.
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Chrysler Corporation
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Chrysler Corporation
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Should We Kick Hal Banks Out of Canada?
His rivals call him a dictator who blacklists his union enemies. Some politicians say he’s an alien racketeer. He claims he’s just a tough trouble shooter who drove the Reds off Canadian ships and got his seamen a better deal. Here’s the story of Canada’s most controversial union boss
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SIDNEY KATZ
MOST UNION leaders in Canada are sober, hardworking citizens who go through life attracting little public attention. When a labor-management crisis forces them into the national limelight, their main aim is to get the business over with as quickly as possible and return to their former anonymity.
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Saskatoon’s love affair with a hotel named Bess
Canada’s fifteenth city wanted a palace—and got everything except the drawbridge. The Bessborough doesn’t make much money but it attracts a million convention dollars each year. There’s chicken under glass in the dining room, but most folks prefer the cafeteria
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LESLIE F. HANNON
EACH OF THE proud cities of the world demands that the visitor pay homage to some venerated landmark. In Paris, it’s the Eiffel Tower; in New York, it’s the Statue of Liberty; in London, it’s Westminster. In Saskatoon, Saskatchewan—no less proud than any of these —it’s the Bessborough Hotel.
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What’s happened to the Bankers'
They’ve thrown out the silk hats and the wire cages. They’ve loosened up on loans. They’ve even hired press agents. They’re competing like used-car salesmen in buildings that look like supermarkets. Here’s the tale of a minor revolution in a very unradical business
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FRANK CROFT
A SHORT time ago a grim-faced man stepped from a taxi at Windsor Station in Montreal fifteen minutes before the Chicago train was due. Suddenly he stiffened like a pointing bird dog. He had recognized a familiar figure standing at the gate through which the incoming Chicago passengers would soon move.
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There's still a lot of Leacock in Orillia
This is the place our greatest humorist immortalized as Mariposa. It’s bigger now. hut the old Mariposa spirit still lingers. Take Stephen Leacock, for instance: he's their most famous export hut ha1f the folks today don’t know who he was and the rest don’t care
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BARNEY MILFORD
AS MOST Canadians know, the Town of Stephen Leacock’s immortal Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town is not the pleasant place Leacock called Mariposa, but the equally pleasant place called Orillia. The two towns, of course, were never quite identical, and they’re even less so now.
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THE EASTERN HALF OF THE GLOBE: conclusion
Why can’t India and the U. S. end their spat?
BLAIR FRASER, after three months in Asia, turns his spotlight on one problem that surely can be solved—the growing breach between these two world leaders that makes things easier for the Communists
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AFTER THREE MONTHS of travel in eleven countries of Asia a reporter becomes inured to the insoluble. Starvation, ignorance and disease; political instability and economic crisis; the threat of chaos and the certainty of want—all these are manifest from Jordan to Japan and back again, and each creates a problem of staggering difficulty and complexity.
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She’s the busiest business woman in B. C.
Natalie Bartlett’s business is everything: She’ll mind your baby, walk your dog, teach you to rumba, mend your marriage, find you a butler or go away with your mother-in-law. Nobody knows exactly what the firm does—but it keeps getting bigger and richer
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MCKENZIE PORTER
IN VANCOUVER, simply by getting in touch with the right person, you can send flowers to a sick relative, buy theatre tickets, get a job in South Africa, learn how to dress for a party, find parts for an obsolete bulldozer and sell the sabre your great grandfather brandished in the Crimean War.
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FICTION
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THE BAFFLING CASE OF MISS SHOPISHNOK'S CIGARETTE LIGHTER
Sam wanted the lighter to impress his fellow diners at the Widgeon Room. Little did he think it would involve him with blondes, bruisers and spies who spoke in rhyme
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MAX SHULMAN
SAM THOUGHT of himself as a wage slave, a victim of circumstance. He thought it only just to take as much advantage as he could of his boss, Rupert Mashoulam, in whose establishment, the Ne Plus Ultra Cleaning and Pressing Shop, he was employed as a tailor’s goose.
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The Remarkable Rise Of Smiling Cece Bennett
This B.C. hardware merchant always wanted to lead a political party. He got his chance when the Social Crediters scored their famous upset. Now, to everybody's astonishment, he's made himself the undisputed ringmaster of the province's four-riiig political circus
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ROBERT COLLINS
THE morning of August 2, 1952, William Andrew Cecil Bennett, British Columbia’s bumptious new Social Credit Premier, squared his shoulders like a sergeant-major, flashed his habitual smile, marshaled his ten cabinet ministers into a double file and triumphantly marched them from Victoria’s Empress Hotel up the long curving driveway to the Legislative Buildings.
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Women Just Have No Imagination
When it comes to babies or bedspreads a woman has a mind like a steel trap and talks like a Greek orator. But have you ever tried her on anything else? Bob says it’s like stepping on a rake in a dark driveway
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ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN
IF THERE’S one thing that baffles me about women more than another it’s the fact that they have no imagination. As long as the conversation moves along well-worn routes— from clothes to cake mix, from babies to bedspreads a woman is right with you.
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The Greatest Fighter who ever Lived
Sam Langford, the Negro kid who ran away from home in Weymouth, N.S., became the terror of the world's prize rings. Now blind and broke, he sits rocking slowly in his chair while sportswriters still claim he was
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TRENT FRAYNE
UPSTAIRS in a venerable boardinghouse in an ancient section of Boston a blind old Negro sits all day rocking backward and forward in a creaking wooden chair. His sightless eyes are masked by a pair of cheap plastic-rimmed spectacles, long since scratched and smudged by age.
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They’re Fighting To Save What’s Left of Sunday
Beleaguered but embattled in winters of Sunday hockey and summers of Sunday resort crowds, the Lord’s Day Alliance still spends forty thousand a year on trying to salvage the blue laws it sponsored fifty years ago
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JOHN GRAY
AS A westbound train neared the Rockies late on a Saturday night in 1903, passengers were astonished to see the Rev. W. J. MacKenzie don hat and overcoat and reach down his bag. His fellow travelers knew from conversations during the journey from Toronto that MacKenzie was a missionary on his way to Vancouver to take ship for Korea.
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Maclean’s Movies
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CLYDE GILMOUR
BEST BET THERE’S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS: The story (two warmhearted troupers and their stagestruck children wind up in merry unison after various family crises) is almost as old as the California hills. But Irving Berlin’s fine songs and a passel of flavorsome performances (Ethel Merman, Dan Dailey, Mitzi Gaynor, Donald O’Connor, Marilyn Monroe) make this CinemaScope job one of the season’s brighter musicals.
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Kenneth McD0NALD & Sons, Ltd.
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Do We Need Reform In Reading?
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You are to be congratulated on the service given your readers by the excellent article, I Say Your Child Can’t Read, by Rudolf Flesch (Jan. 1). I taught in Ontario while the phonetic system was in use and am in a position to compare the product of this system with today’s.
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"I killed Harry Davis to save my life"
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LOUIS BERCOVITZ
IN AN ARTICLE on Montreal’s vice probe (How Plante and Drapeau Licked the Montreal Underworld, Dec. 1) writer Ken Johnstone described the death of Harry Davis, a gambler and edge man. “Davis was shot,” Johnstone wrote, “by one Louis Bercovitz, who claimed that Davis refused him permission to open his own gambling house.”
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UNMUTUAL ADMIRATION
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P. J. BLACKWELL
I look upon dogs as the home of the flea, As animals noisome and vicious, But dogs have the highest opinion of me And consistently find me delicious.
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TRANS-CANADA AIRLINES
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CALVERT DISTILLERS LIMITED
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ALLIED VAN LINES LTD.
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IN THE EDITORS' CONFIDENCE
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Wait! This Money Isn’t Real
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ANY time an artist starts making drawings of money and then trying to get people to engrave it, he is really asking for trouble. This is to assure everybody, then, that Peter Whalley, our most uninhibited artist, had only the best of intentions in redesigning the controversial new Canadian bank notes.
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PARADE
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AS THE TCA North Star lowered in toward Dorval early one winter evening two Montrealbound businessmen in adjoining seats watched the lights slide by the cabin window. “That’s Lachine down there,” one explained to the other. “You know—when Jacques Cartier got there he thought he was in China.”
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