Issue: 19670901

Friday, September 1, 1967
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NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE, OTTAWA
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NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE, OTTAWA
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
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Canada’s day of infamy on Salt Spring Island
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JON RUDDY
TORADO IWASAKI is 87 now, and the personal catastrophe that befell him and his tiny 81-year-old wife is 26 years old. But this ancient naturalized Canadian, in bringing to light a mysterious land transaction, has raised a painful issue in British Columbia — and a skeleton in Canada’s closet.
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
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What easier divorce will do to Canada
To start with, it could make life happier for more than 50,000 couples
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ALAN EDMONDS
ONE OF THE games people play in Canada might well be called “Are they, or aren’t they?”—married, that is. Our divorce laws being what they are, so-called “common-law” relationships have become almost respectable. Senator Arthur Roebuck, who’s as likely as anyone to be right in such matters, says there are somewhere between 50,000 and 100,000 Canadians technically living in sin.
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
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The Yukon’s little great flag debate
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DON SAWATSKY
IT BEGAN, as all flag debates begin, with a competition. This one was sponsored by the Whitehorse branch of the Royal Canadian Legion as a Centennial project. By last spring the Legion had received more than 100 designs for an official Yukon flag.
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
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A test that catches killer drivers in time
The NRC's stress analyzer takes only two minutes to spot bad road reactions
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BRENNAN CAMPBELL
A TREE IN the Sahara was listed in The Guinness Book of Records as the most isolated in the world until a French truck driver accidentally knocked it down. The lonesome palm might still be there had the truck driver taken Dr. Charles Gibbs’ stress-analyzer test before taking the wheel.
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
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Drapeau: man with a billion dollar dream
Has Expo got a future? Montreal’s mayor thinks so. He has visionary plans
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NEW YORK’S world fair ended with a whimper in 1965 when workmen dismantled nearly every building at the Flushing Meadows site and ingloriously auctioned off whatever was left. This month, however, Montreal’s big-thinking Mayor Jean Drapeau is expected to announce a plan for preserving the Expo 67 site that will be as bold as the vision that brought the fair to Montreal in the first place.
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
Backstage in Ottawa
The 20 bland pieties of the Manning plan
The premier’s merger proposals are remarkable for what they leave out
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BLAIR FRASER
PREMIER ERNEST Manning’s offer to merge the Alberta Social Credit Party with the Conservatives in the federal field caused no great astonishment in Ottawa. It could readily have been surmised by anyone who has talked to him recently, and it was forecast in several publications (including this one) as long ago as last April.
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MACLEAN’S REPORTS
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Egypt, a place in the sun for the Nazi elite
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PETER LUST
TRAVEL POSTERS featuring a swastika began popping up all over West Germany in July. This spectacular display of bad taste was the brain-wave of the Egyptian tourist ministry. Its aim: to lure rich German veterans back to tour the battlefields of El Alamein.
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EDITORIAL
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Drapeau on De Gaulle: he spoke for all Canada
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WHEN PRIME MINISTER Mackenzie King addressed both Houses of Parliament in Westminster in May, 1944, the Speaker of the British House of Commons introduced him with what was intended as a high compliment. Mr. King, said Mr. Speaker, was the leader of a nation of “twelve million Britishers.”
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EDITORIAL
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The classic dilemma
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IN BRADFORD UNIVERSITY, England, a student named Michael Baker recently founded an Apathy Club. It was intended as a refuge for those who were fed up with the earnest turmoil of the Student Union, with pickets and parades and demonstrations, with undergraduate political activity in general.
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LENNOX
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LENNOX
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HAIG
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HAIG
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MACLEAN'S
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CONTENTS
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DUNHILL
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DUNHILL
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Parker
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Parker
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MAILBAG
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MAILBAG
Mystery of Vancouver / Canada duped?
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CONGRATS to Jack Batten. Vancouver — Its Message Is: Live! has to be one of the funniest articles I have ever read, and yet through all the outrageous humor and mirth one could still sense that vital, probing, mysterious and perplexing question: Why doesn’t everybody live in Vancouver?
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HOW WE'VE LEARNED TO LOVE THE CAR
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After decades of deploring them, North America has finally acknowledged that cars are here to stay. City planners— some of them reluctantly—have stopped bemoaning that the ever-increasing hordes-on-wheels are strangling our cities, and instead are redesigning communities so that automobiles and people can coexist.
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THE CAR DOWNTOWN
Planners have stopped trying to abolish cars. Instead, they’re building Superblocks—indoor villages designed for cars and people
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NICHOLAS STEED
FOR YEARS THE “experts” have been telling us we're crazy to drive our cars downtown. The story is pretty familiar by now: how we'd all be better off if everyone used public transit, how there'd be an end to costly superhighways, traffic jams, fumes and frayed nerves.
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THE CAR AND ITS PROPHETS
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McLUHAN: THE GAR AS A TOY WHAT’S GOING to happen to the car in the future? We asked Marshall McLuhan, Canada’s communications oracle, and he came up with a pretty pessimistic answer. “The car's future isn’t rosy, it’s not rosy at all,” he told us.
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THE LOVE-OBJECT
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Hot rod: the very term suggests the potency, the secret longings, the sexuality that we all associate — whether we admit it or not — with the North American automobile. With its thrusting snout, its gleaming fittings, its lacquered paint job (the product of a thousand caresses), the hot rod is more than a prettified machine.
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THE DEATH-OBJECT
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The man who first called them automobile graveyards was a poet. For each of these rusting corpses was once part of someone's dream. That Model A was where some girl first got kissed, and that Chevy might have carried some family to happy picnics in a long-ago summertime.
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THE CAR PEOPLE:FIVE LOVERS AND A REBEL
A car is a virgin in search of a lover until somebody turns it on. Then it becomes a status symbol, a workhorse or a pampered pet. A kissand-tell report from
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ROMPIN’ RONNIE HAWKINS is a U.S.-born, Toronto-based rock 'n' roller. He owns nightclubs in Toronto and London, Ont.: “The car here is a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II with everything in it, man — color TV. air conditioning, a liquor cabinet in the back so I can serve tea to my guests.
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DOES CANADA NEED THE TORIES?
the party’s national president, says: Yes—but the party must be revitalized, find new leadership, new direction
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DALTON CAMP
“THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY,” someone remarked recently, “is like a company going out of business. This September’s convention will be the bankruptcy proceedings.” It’s a point of view that’s always been fashionable. Since last November’s annual meeting, the argument runs, the party has become so deeply divided between its proand anti-Diefenbaker wings that it may never recover.
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DOES CANADA NEED THE TORIES?
Probably—but unless they can regain their appeal for city voters, a calamitous loss of seats is certain
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BLAIR FRASER
MORE THAN EVER BEFORE, more even than in 1957 when he led the way to unexpected victory, the Progressive Conservative Party’s future is now in the hands of John George Diefenbaker. At least four different courses are open to him at the party convention in September, and he might, of course, reveal his choice at any time.
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A FOND LOOK AT "EVERYTOWN" ON ITS 100TH BIRTHDAY
Leacock called it Mariposa. But it’s Orillia, Ontario, with a century of memories, tree-shaded streets, old homes, a lake to fish in... and a Champlain Monument. It’s what we were—and are, at heart
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JACK BA TTEN
You PROBABLY KNOW Orillia, Ontario, even if you have never come up the 82 miles out of Toronto around the big hump in Lake Simcoe that lead you there. You probably know it anyway because it is much like 100 or 200 other small cities and towns across Canada, and if you are acquainted with one of the others, then you must know Orillia.
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Newfoundland
Food for leisure living It's the berries
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Marjorie Harris
Instead of naming the island Newfoundland, the Vikings might have been more precise if they'd called it the Land of Berries. Almost every variety grows there in magnificent profusion: blueberries, partridgeberries, marshberries, squashberries and the orange-colored bake-apple.
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Cod tongues and partridgeberries make a Newfoundland feast
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To NEWFOUNDLANDERS fish means cod; they refer to any other kind of fish by name. And one of the true cod delicacies is the tongue. It makes an off-beat and fascinating hors d'œuvre or cocktail snack and it's one of the typical dishes of Newfoundland.
Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0029.xml
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Paarl Whirs
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Paarl Whirs
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HIRAM WALKER AND SONS LIMITED
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HIRAM WALKER AND SONS LIMITED
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exposé 67
What the guidebooks tell you about Expo is what’s there. But that’s just half the story. Here’s that unpredictable other half—the people—as seen by artist
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John Richmond
Longest lineup at the fair is always outside the British Pavilion, without a doubt the smash hit of Expo 67. On any day it is a three-hour wait just to get inside the door. People amuse themselves by watching other people. And as summer wore on and the weather grew hotter, the women seemed to be trying to outdo each other as to who could wear the most bizarre and revealing clothing.
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ASK ANY HOCKEY BOSS THIS GUY IS A TROUBLEMAKER
It figures. After all, lawyer Alan Eagleson organized a players’ union right under their noses—and they had to take it with a public smile
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TRENT FRAYNE
IN 15 MINUTES it was all over. When peace broke out between the rich millionaires who run hockey and the rich serfs who play it. it was smooth as Bobby Hull on television. Everybody laughed a lot. “Just one more,” a cameraman said — eight times. Pierre Pilote smiled, startling his scars.
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YOU ARE LOOKING AT A GHOST... OR ARE YOU?
This may be a photo of a Vancouver spiritualist named James Wilkie...or of a time less spirit named Rama who has come from the Other Side to inhabit Wilkie’s body.Don’t judge hastily: whoever it is, he can tell the future
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ALLEN SPRAGGETT
<p>RECENTLY I RECEIVED a letter from my friend James Wilkie that ended with the postscript, “Love from Rama ..." Rama is a ghost. No, not the kind that haunts houses; he prefers people to old ruins. Rama is Wilkie's “spirit guide" or “control" - the trance personality that regularly manifests through him.</p>
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If you haven’t met Lotta Hitschmanova, it’s probably because you aren’t starving, sick or homeless in a foreign land
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NATHAN DRESKIN
IN HONG KONG one morning last February, Mrs. Ho Jo Chin, 35, arose as usual at three o’clock and walked several miles to the flower market to buy flowers to sell in the street. She worked through to midday, took the afternoon off to have her eighth baby, a girl, at a nearby clinic, then walked back home, with the baby, to look after the rest of the family.
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National Trust
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National Trust
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Trans-Canada Telephone System
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Trans-Canada Telephone System
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PARADE
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It was one of Toronto’s highest highrisers and so the fire alarm brought at least 10 trucks racing to the scene. The fire proved to be a small one in somebody’s basement storage locker, but it created lots of smoke and tremendous excitement among the tenants, who swarmed into the lobby and nervously leaned from their balconies.
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CANADIAN PARK & TILFORD LTD.
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CANADIAN PARK & TILFORD LTD.
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0039.xml
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BLACK & WHITE
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BLACK & WHITE
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0040.xml
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Hollandia
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Hollandia
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^Professional Service
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^Professional Service
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0042.xml
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THE PARKDALE WINES LIMITED
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THE PARKDALE WINES LIMITED
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CNhotels
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CNhotels
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YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT CANADIANA
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GERALD STEVENS
MR. H. M., CHARLOTTETOWN Your chair is an excellent example of a late Boston rocker — “late” because of the lack of a "pillow” or other raised decoration on the upper area of the top rail, the elongated rockers, the low rise of the rear area of the seat, and the use of a splat rather than the spindles associated with the early design.
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ESKILON
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ESKILON
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SIMPKINS
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ONE HOUR "MATINIZING"
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ONE HOUR "MATINIZING"
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Johnie Walker
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Johnie Walker
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0050.xml
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Benson & Hedges
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Benson & Hedges
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PORT ROYAL
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SONY
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SONY
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P&O
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0055.xml
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ROYAL INSURANCE GROUP
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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN MEDIOME
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EARL DAMUDE
AN EXPERIMENT taking place in the Saskatchewan village of Central Butte (pop. 600) could change the pattern of treatment for mentally ill people. And it could spell the end of the vast mental hospitals spotted across the country. Dr. Donald G. McKerracher, head of the psychiatry department at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, thinks psychiatry ought to be part of the community hospital and social service and that the family doctor should play a key role in bringing help to the mentally ill.
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MIDOL
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0059.xml
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The Canadian Surety Company
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The Canadian Surety Company
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0060.xml
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SOUTHERN COMFORT CORPORATION
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SOUTHERN COMFORT CORPORATION
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PARADE
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No wife seriously objects if her husband disappears into the farthest reaches of the garden all weekend, particularly if he has three and a half acres to keep glorious as does this fellow in London, Ont. His wife does have a problem, however, posed by the fact that he has one of those businesses that keeps his phone ringing for him all weekend, too, and she grows tired of being a messenger girl.
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BOAC
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BOAC
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0063.xml
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MPA
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MPA
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TORONTO-DOMINION
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Bell Canada
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Bell Canada
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Lemon Hart & Sons Ltd.
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NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS
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NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0069.xml
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TWEED
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TWEED
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29-whisky whisky.
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29-whisky whisky.
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FINEST SCOTCH WHISKY
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JOHN HARVEY & SONS LIMITED
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JOHN HARVEY & SONS LIMITED
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THE SECRET WATCHERS WHO GUARD YOUR MAIL
They’re unarmed, can’t make arrests and get no glory. But this little-known band of postal sleuths wage a quiet, devastating war against swindlers and light-fingered Harrys most police forces can’t match
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N. R. DRESKIN
IN TORONTO not long ago, a gang of mailbox thieves followed along behind postmen they knew were distributing old-age pension cheques. Using master keys, the thieves opened one box after another and lifted out the familiar government envelopes.
Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0080.xml
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Canon
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Canon
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A MANNER OF SPEAKING
Maclean’s Art Director Desmond English has this problem: whenever he hears people using well-worn figures of speech, strange pictures start appearing in his mind. English takes things literally, you see, and the cartoons on this page show just how literal an eavesdropping art director can be
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PARADE
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Patriotism sometimes demands a high price. That peripatetic museum known as the Confederation Train was eastbound through the Rockies when the engineer spotted a bull moose trotting down the right-of-way ahead. He grabbed for the train’s special whistle and down the track trumpeted the first four notes of O Canada — with which the loyal but misguided moose promptly froze to attention.
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0093.xml
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Barnes Wines
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Barnes Wines
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PARADE
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The four-year-old in Scarborough, Ont., had wandered into the neighbor's kitchen and was watching her sprinkle her clothes prior to ironing. “Does your mommy do this?” asked the neighbor lady politely, and the youngster replied, "No — she washes hers.”
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
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The paste-pot press that blows its readers’ minds
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IAIN EWING
THE NEWSPAPER story reads like any other travel-page guide for teenagers making their first trip abroad. It stresses the need for careful preparations and counsels against traveling alone. It tells how travel can broaden and expand the mind, describes the joys of a trip in the country or in a familiar room, discusses niacinamide as a see-sickness cure for the hallucinations that sometimes accompany bad trips and . . . Wait a minute.
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
Sport
How Winnipeg rose to the Pan-Am test
Nobody calls it a two-bit city now. They're talking about the 1976 Olympics
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HAL TENNANT
IT WAS THE morning after the fifth Pan-American Games ended in Winnipeg. And Jack Matheson, the Tribune's sports editor, was talking like an unbeliever just back from witnessing a divine miracle. “I don’t know what happened to the people of this town in the last couple of weeks,” he told a local radio audience, “but whatever it is, I like it.”
Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0098.xml
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
Movies
The upward mobility of Sidney Poitier
In this film he plays a smart cop - the ultimate in social acceptance
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WENDY MICHENER
“IT’S A HELL of a responsibility,” Sidney Poitier said a few months after winning the Oscar for Lilies of the Field. “I’m the only Negro actor earning a living in movies, the only one.” Poitier has become much more than that. He’s the first true Negro movie-star with all the trimmings: custom clothes, made-to-order roles, fantastic fees, and of course an Academy Award.
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
Books
Yes, but can our major writers write?
Sad to say, MacLennan’s latest is almost as bad as Valley of the Dolls
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PETER GZOWSKI
VALLEY OF THE DOLLS (Bantam, $1.25) must be one of the great sellers of all time. Half a year on top of the New York Times list . . . everything! And now, with paperback publication, there’s scarcely anywhere you go where you don’t see someone reading it.
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
Happenings
The mod girls with the nice green thighs
Plus blue arms and mauve face. Without body paint, a lady won’t look dressed
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SANDRA PERDO
WHAT HAPPENS when a lady with a purple-painted face and green arms strolls through the streets of Toronto? Docs mayhem break loose? Do people climb lampposts and run for the nearest doorway? Do men fall in their tracks stricken by Martian love? Well, not really.
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS
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Has Goulet’s star-mangled banner fallen?
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JON RUDDY
IN THE show biz firmament, stars do not fall, they deflate. A loud whistling sigh is almost all that is being heard these days from singer Bob Goulet. Still a tumescent attraction on the pink lady circuit (he’s on tour until mid-October), the last of the red hot matinée idols is no longer considered a top Hollywood prospect.
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The Contest
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Shakespeare’s sonnets cycled through their realistic patches. But how would he have tackled the ultra-realism of marriage today? Contestants are asked to write a Shakespearean sonnet celebrating either a fourth divorce or a fifth marriage or both.
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CHECKLISTINOS
A critical glance at the things Canadians will watch, read, listen to and talk about this month
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The Arrangement, by Elia Kazan (Saunders, $8.50) is everything the two novels reviewed in Books are not: compelling, incisive and as real as a hangover. It’s the story of the disintegration of a man, partly voluntary, partly in-, and of where he ends up when it’s all over.
Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0104.xml
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The Bank of Nova Scotia
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The Bank of Nova Scotia
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Maclean's_19670901_0080_009_0105.xml
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