Issue: 19621103

Saturday, November 3, 1962
November
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Thursday, June 30, 2016

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MACLEAN'S
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CANADIAN PARK & TILFORD LTD.: Park & Tilford's ROYAL COMMAND
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CANADIAN PARK & TILFORD LTD.
Park & Tilford's ROYAL COMMAND
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MACLEAN'S REPORTS
The unemployment numbers game
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COLIN FIELDING
AMONG PEOPLE who compile and compare unemployment statistics, there is general agreement this fall on only one thing: this winter will be a long and hungry one for many Canadians. But exactly how tough things will get is still anybody’s guess, and almost everybody in Ottawa is playing the unemployment numbers game.
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BACKSTAGE IN OTTAWA
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BACKSTAGE IN OTTAWA
The stakes in Quebec: if Lesage loses, so does Pearson
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PETER C. NEWMAN
WHEN NEWS of Jean Lesage’s flash election in Quebec first reached Ottawa, harried politicos of all parties reacted with a feeling of dismay at having one more variable thrust on them at a time when Canadian politics was already bewildering enough.
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BACKSTAGE IN OTTAWA
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OVERSEAS REPORT
Euromart showdown: who’s against whom in Britain these days
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BLAIR FRASER
FIVE BY-ELECTIONS between now and Christmas will give a partial answer to the question on which the Macmillan government’s future depends: did Hugh Gaitskell do the Labor party good or harm by coming out against British entry into the Common Market?
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BACKSTAGE IN OTTAWA
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U.S. REPORT
Coming: an even better deal for Washington's rich, busy lobbyists
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IAN SCLANDERS
IN WASHINGTON, where lobbying is a recognized profession, accepted and legitimate although loosely regulated and vaguely defined, the amount of power wielded by lobbyists is a perennial subject of speculation and controversy. Right now it’s being discussed with more than the usual degree of earnestness and heat, for a variety of reasons.
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BACKSTAGE IN OTTAWA
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FOOTNOTES
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LIKE GOLD, THEY’RE WHERE YOU FIND THEM: The prime minister, in a recent speech in the commons, found several in the daily newspapers. He quoted them to buttress his contention that Canada is really in the middle of very good times indeed.
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EDITORIAL
The politics of abortion: religion overrules sanity
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KEN LEFOLII
ABORTION is often a good thing. This is a medical truism, and something more as well. In the light of those sections of the Canadian Criminal Code that govern abortion, it is also a revealing measure of man’s regard for woman in our enlightened day.
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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MACLEAN'S
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Masthead
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Maclean's_19621103_0075_022_0011.xml
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Scotch Whisky Distillers James Buchanan & Co. Ltd.: 'BLACK & WHITE' SCOTCH WHISKY
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Scotch Whisky Distillers James Buchanan & Co. Ltd.
'BLACK & WHITE' SCOTCH WHISKY
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, Inc.
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, Inc.
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MAILBAG
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Although I have been a subscriber to your magazine for about 15 years, I have never till now felt the slightest urge to send in any comment, complaint, or pat on the back. Subscribing to Maclean's and reading Maclean's has been just too dull for that.
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TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES
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TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES
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LeSABRE 2-DOOR HARDTOP
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Utex Corp.
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Utex Corp.
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Maclean's_19621103_0075_022_0018.xml
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HIRAM WALKER AND SONS LIMITED: Canadian Club
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HIRAM WALKER AND SONS LIMITED
Canadian Club
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED: TOAST -ROVEN
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED
TOAST -ROVEN
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Editorial
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40 MONTHS TO MAKE OF BREAK CANADA
For us, President Kennedy’s trade act is the turning point of the 20th Century. Our future stands on how boldly we meet his challenge
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PETER C. NEWMAN
SELDOM HAS A TURNING POINT in Canadian history been so clearly marked as by the enactment last month in Washington of President John F. Kennedy's Trade Expansion Act. Canada isn't even mentioned in the Act, but its potential effects on this country — discussed in the article that begins on the next page — are as drastic (although exactly opposite in intention) as the enactment, eighty-four years ago, of Sir John A. Macdonald's National Policy.
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40 MONTHS TO MAKE OR BREAK CANADA
The Americans themselves are setting up our greatest chance to avoid union with the U. S. We have 40 months to go
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PETER C. NEWMAN
LEADING BUSINESSMEN and influential politicians are standing up somewhere in Canada almost every day to advocate drastic changes which might revive our economy and restore to us the lush, easy days of the mid-fifties. Some of these men say we should join the United States.
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WHAT BRITAIN'S COMMON MARKET BID COULD DO TO CANADA
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BLAIR FRASER
ON THE LAST DAY of the Commonwealth Conference in September, after Canadian delegates had been talking themselves blue in the face for nearly two weeks about the threat to Canada’s vital interests if Britain goes into the European Common Market, a British official said to me, “I still don't know what vital interest Canada is talking about.
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A national report on THE ABORTION MILLS AND THE LAW
This year, 75,000 Canadian women will undergo bloody and dangerous “kitchen” abortions. In many cases, their own doctors will agree the women need abortions for medical reasons, but will refuse to operate from fear of the law
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SHIRLEY MAIR
FROM EARLY SPRING TO LATE SUMMER and into the fall, Canadians watched with increasing horror and sympathy while the toll of thalidomide-deformed babies mounted and then mercifully stopped short of seventy births. The dilemma of the babies’ parents has made it impossible for the same Canadians any longer to avoid thinking and talking about abortion, a social and medical subject most people have shunned until now.
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“OH, SING IT, YOU PRECIOUS PENTECOSTAL PEOPLE!”
A portrait of a church that swings—the Pentecostal Assemblies—and the new kind of old-time religion that is sweeping Canada and the world
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ANTONY FERRY
A FEW WEEKS AGO in Edmonton’s Jubilee auditorium three thousand Canadians and a few United States visitors took part in a performance that some observers later described as “a real whoop-it-up Holy Roller meeting.” On the platform a fiery-eyed preacher raised his arms high and a brass band struck up a swinging version of “Jesus Lifted Me."
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HATE
THE EMOTIONS
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JUNE CALLWOOD
HATE IS THE PREVAILING EMOTION of man. In greater or lesser quantities, people hate all their lives. Freud believed that mankind is inherently destructive and love is mostly fake; he called humanity a “gang of murderers.” Karl Menninger, the most prominent of United States psychiatrists, considers hatred so integral a part of everyone's character that “in the end each man kills himself in his own selected way, fast or slow, soon or late.”
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FOR THE SAKE OF ARGUMENT
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THE LAST REAL PEDESTRIAN IS DEAD. All his life, until the day he died (of natural causes) last August, William Charles Turney held the quaint belief that people are more important than traffic lights or cars. Being an Anglican priest, he was a man of principle, and what Father Turney preached about the inherent rights of men over machines, he practised successfully as a resolute jaywalker on Winnipeg streets for thirty years.
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A JAPANESE CANADIAN GOES “HOME"
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IT’S BECOME a journalistic tradition that when a writer approaches a foreign country, he begins to compose in his mind his opening paragraphs as soon as he's fastened his seat belt for the landing. Not one to flout tradition. I put together these words, more or less, as Japan Air Lines' DC-8 Kamakura Special slowly swooped down toward Tokyo’s Haneda airport this summer:
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Sweet and sour
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TRICK OR TREAT
A collection of little monsters
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James Simpkins
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CANADA PACKERS
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CANADA PACKERS
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"Dewars Special" SCOTCH WHISKY
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PARADE
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Flagged down
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We didn't think any fresh comment was possible on the great Canadian flag debate, until we heard of an English lad whose family have been in Montreal four years and who is extremely enthusiastic about becoming a Canadian. He'd been studying a color plate showing the flags of all nations when he declared with condescension "The British only have part of the Canadian flag, don’t they dad?”
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Investors syndicate OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Investors syndicate OF CANADA, LIMITED
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FLEETWOOD CORPORATION
MODEL 23
FLEETWOOD CORPORATION
MODEL 4079
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Seagram’s Five Star
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London and Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.
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London and Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.
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Peter Jackson Tobacco Limited: du MAURIER
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Peter Jackson Tobacco Limited
du MAURIER
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DUPLATE CANADA LIMITED
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DUPLATE CANADA LIMITED
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JASPER
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Simpkins
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THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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DELUXE UPHOLSTERING LIMITED
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DELUXE UPHOLSTERING LIMITED
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MARTINI & ROSSI
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MARTINI & ROSSI
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The wall, again
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Here's a Halloween warning for car owners in Stratford, Ont., in case the same energetic group of troublemakers is on the prowl this year as last. One hapless citizen had to leave his car parked in front of his garage because he had the garage full of concrete blocks with which to build a fallout shelter.
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Cameo
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LEMON HART RUM
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THOMAS ADAMS DISTILLERS LIMITED: Adams GOLD STRIPE CANADIAN RYE WHISKY
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THOMAS ADAMS DISTILLERS LIMITED
Adams GOLD STRIPE CANADIAN RYE WHISKY
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AIR FRANCE
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AIR FRANCE
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Bolex House: Bolex 18-5 Projector
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Bolex House
Bolex 18-5 Projector
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THREE OTHER VERSIONS OF A CLOSE EMBRACE WITH THE U.S.A.
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IN THE SEARCH for some way out of our current trade dilemma, a growing number of Canadians have been advocating closer trading relationships with the United States. Besides the Trade Expansion Act, discussed in the accompanying article, three other main suggestions have been made:
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TRANS-CANADA TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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TRANS-CANADA TELEPHONE SYSTEM
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HAIG & HAIG FIVE STAR Scotch Whisky
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Pan Am
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Pan Am
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Split-level hibernation
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A Vancouver family arc pretty worried about what’s happening to the Canadian image abroad. They've just received a letter from an Englishwoman in Southern Rhodesia who’s thinking of moving to Canada but wonders, “Goodness knows how we would cope with the winter snows, living in split-level houses and moving to the top portion after every heavy snowfall.”
Maclean's_19621103_0075_022_0072.xml
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The Mutual Life ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
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The Mutual Life ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
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CANADIANECDOTE
How French cooking conquered 100 Onondagas
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ISABEL BRIFFETT
PIERRE ESPRIT RADISSON was only about thirty when he organized one of history's strangest banquets — a race with gluttony to save the lives of fiftythree Frenchmen. In 1657, two years before the first of his daring trips to northern Ontario, Radisson led a French party into Onondaga country in what is now central New York State.
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FIBERGLAS CANADA LIMITED
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FIBERGLAS CANADA LIMITED
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“Grazie Mille!”
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The Glassco commission raised hob about inefficiency in government departments but you’ve got to score one for the Dept, of Trade and Commerce. It was able to produce the current Rome telephone directory when the Italian Embassy couldn't find a number it needed because the embassy's latest directory was 1959.
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PARADE
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Parade spy in Calgary reports that a neighbor of his used to lose his temper every fall when he had to clean up the leaves that inundate his front lawn from a huge tree on the property of the man next door. His only consolation has been to make mulch of them and this fall he's beside himself with delight because he made a cash sale of his mulch to the man who owns the tree.
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PARADE
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Trick or teeth
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Something like King Canute bravely telling the tide to retreat is the suburban Ottawa dentist who, every Halloween, as kids troop to his door holding out bags already half-full of candy, drops into each bag a toothbrush. Parade pays $5 to $10 for true anecdotes. Address Parade c/o Maclean's.
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ELECTROHOME PORTABLE STEREO PHONOGRAPHS
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
Chronicle: new theatres, a star in Scandinavia, and a Canadian bunny
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The status of Robert Jeffrey, a 24-year-old Winnipeg tenor, depends on what part of the world he’s in. In Canada, Jeffrey is an unknown — he sings in the chorus at places like the Stratford Festival and the Canadian National Exhibition bandshell, and sometimes he poses for toothpaste ads.
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THIS FORTNIGHT
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The astonishing discovery about modern England: it’s a fascinating place
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ROBERT FULFORD
A CONVERSATION I HAD seven years ago, in London, about the London theatre, comes back to me frequently these days when I watch the new plays from England. Another Canadian and I had come to London as much for the theatre as for anything else, and we both found ourselves profoundly disappointed by the plays we saw.
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THE BOX OFFICE
New role for an old show: circus at the supermart
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GERALD ANGLIN
THE LATEST BUSINESS to modernize its marketing techniques and bring its image up to date is the old-fashioned traveling circus. Bill and Ian Garden, the inheritors and operators of the twenty-four-year-old Garden Bros. Circus, have put their big top in storage and gone looking for customers where the boys and girls are these days — at the suburban shopping centres.
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THIS FORTNIGHT
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ON SPORT
A tale of three cities; or, money doesn’t buy a Grey Cup team
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TRENT FRAYNE
WHAT SORT OF SITUATION is it when the three worst football teams in the country belong to the three biggest and richest cities? And what sort of situation is it when the customers in those cities accord their teams the moon whenever they win a game?
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NEW MOVIES
Doing a Chaplin: Gleason reaches for greatness
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CLYDE GILMOUR
BIG, TUBBY, feather-footed Jackie Gleason seems to be riding high again this season as a television buffoon, and his professional prestige is still soaring as a result of the quietly authoritative screen performance he gave last year in the non-comic role of Minnesota Fats in Robert Rossen’s pool-shark drama, The Hustler.
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TELEVISION
TV highlights this fortnight
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PARADE ON OPERA: With Teresa Stratas, soprano; Louis Quilico, baritone; Mario Bernardi, conductor. (CBC Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 8.30 p.m. EDT.) QUEST: The Man on His Back, an adaptation of a contemporary German short story by Karl Fruchtmann; directed by Harvey Hart, with American actors Howard Da Silva and Everet Sloane.
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NEW BOOKS
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INNOCENCE: This first novel by a young French-Canadian writer, Diane Giguère, was originally published in Paris and Montreal as Le Temps des Jeux. It concerns a 17-year-old girl, the illegitimate daughter of a onetime actress, who (1) steals her mother's lover; (2) destroys his life; (3) drives her mother to madness.
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ROSS McLEAN
DON HARRON, ricocheting from New York to Los Angeles to Toronto for the rest of this year filming or taping television work in The Defenders, Cyrano de Bergerac and CBC drama, is biding his time before leaving January 1 for London to star in Jean Kerr’s Mary, Mary, a role he almost played on Broadway.
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