Issue: 19770307

Monday, March 7, 1977
March
5
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90
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
6/29/2016 12:20:02 PM

Articles
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CARRINGTON CANADIAN WHISKY
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Maclean's
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0003.xml
masthead
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Maclean's
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0004.xml
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0005.xml
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Sears
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Sears
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Interview
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Marshall McLuhan
He is a rangy, craggy man in tweeds who somehow contrives to look like most of the things he is—a 65-year-old onetime engineering student turned English professor, a Westerner who has lived most of his life in eastern Canada, a Baptist turned Roman Catholic.
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Viscount
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0008.xml
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Advertisement: The Volkswagen Rabbit
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The Volkswagen Rabbit
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0009.xml
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Ballantine's
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0010.xml
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BACARDI
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Why is it that American nationalism is so great, while everyone else’s is so bad?
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Walter Stewart
Picture yourself driving along a Canadian highway, when you are overtaken by a car with a blaring bumper sticker: CANADA, LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT. Soon you come to a giant billboard: MEASURE CANADIAN, REJECT THE METRIC SYSTEM. Another bumper sticker: GOD BLESS CANADA.
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Seagram’s: Five Star
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Seagram’s
Five Star
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0014.xml
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Letters
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May I raise a protest at the failure of your interviewer to bring Albert Johnson (Interview, February 7) to the topic that is the subject of a growing flood of letters to MPS and to newspapers throughout the country—the national catastrophe of the CBC?
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National Tourist Organization of Greece
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National Tourist Organization of Greece
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0016.xml
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Advertisement
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0018.xml
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MacCosham VAN LINES
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MacCosham VAN LINES
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0019.xml
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CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE
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CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0020.xml
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0021.xml
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German National Tourist Office
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German National Tourist Office
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0022.xml
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Smirnoff
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Smirnoff
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0023.xml
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Preview
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In case nobody’s noticed, the Toronto Blue Jays and the Montreal Expos are now locked in a life-and-death struggle for the Canadian Division championship of the Grapefruit League. Enjoy it—because once the regular season starts the only contest the teams will be in is for the worst record in the majors.
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18,19,20
Canada
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Trudeau’s triumph, at home and abroad
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ROBERT LEWIS
Before Pierre Trudeau went to Washington late last month the “irritants” between Canada and the United States were mostly buried in a flurry of diplomacy. By the time the Prime Minister got to the White House, where he acknowledged he is “always a little bit moved and perhaps even intimidated,” they seemed to have vanished completely.
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Canada
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The strange departure of Jake Warren
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WALTER STEWART
IAN URQUHART
Candor is not common in either politics or diplomacy, so Canadians may never know the truth about a question that hovered in the background throughout the Trudeau visit to Washington: did Jake Warren jump, or was he pushed? Just before the Prime Minister turned south for his official call on President Carter, word leaked out that J. H. Warren, Canada's ambassador to Washington, was resigning.
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Canada
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QUEBEC
And the beat goes on
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DAVID THOMAS
“Let Trudeau and the English Canadians panic,” said a key strategist of Quebec secession, with an unconcerned shrug. “The louder they cry, the easier it will be for us to show who gets the most out of Canada.” His attitude appeared to reflect that of Premier René Lévesque and other leaders of the Parti Québécois in the face of Prime Minister Trudeau’s strong defense of Confederation in his widely acclaimed speech to the U.S. Congress.
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Canada
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NEWFOUNDLAND
All the way down
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EARLE MCCURDY
Three years ago, Ben Warren was delighted to be considered something of a rarity in his native Newfoundland. Unlike many others in the unemployment ravaged province, the future for the 27-year-old Warren looked rosy. His job training was nearly complete and with the $16,000 a year he expected to earn as a dock operator at the new Come-By-Chance oil refinery, he felt confident enough to get married and take out a 20-year loan to build a house and buy a new car.
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Canada
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B. C.
The honeymoon is over
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GEORGE OAKE
For British Columbia premier Bill Bennett, the beginning of his second year in office has provided a jolting contrast to the snow-white image that a scant 12 months ago surrounded his newly elected government. By late February the Premier’s Social Credit government was being buffeted by a burgeoning series of potential scandals which sent Bennett scrambling to minimize the damage.
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Canada
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OTTAWA
On guard for thee, etc.
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IAN URQUHART
Hello PQS. This is Bytown Betty broadcasting from Ottawa. It’s getting cold out there, isn’t it? But it’s nice and warm here. Why not give up? We’ll give you oil and two Elton John albums. The Tokyo Rose takeoff* was the response of Sunday Morning, the CBC radio show, to the latest round of CBC baiting by Liberal politicians who see the network as harboring separatists and/or shirking its duty to promote national unity.
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Sears
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Sears
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0031.xml
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Closeup/Politics
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What price separation?
Right off the top, Quebec would lose $3 billion
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Ian Urquhart
In both Ottawa and Quebec City, the question is one that makes the politicians distinctly uncomfortable: if Quebec were to separate, who would benefit and who would lose in terms of dollars and cents? Would Quebec suffer and Canada-with-out-Quebec prosper?
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Quebec’s balance sheet
What Ottawa spent In Quebec and received from the province during fiscal 1975-76:
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Federal Expenditures: (thousands of dollars) Equalization grants $1,007,828 Health and welfare 548,287 Post-secondary education 240,859 Other grants to province and municipalities 267,438 Family allowances 528,200 Old-age pensions 1,000,400
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Gestetner
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Gestetner
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0034.xml
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Corby
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Corby
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0035.xml
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MARTINIZING
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MARTINIZING
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Hiram Walker
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Hiram Walker
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Macmillan of Canada
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Macmillan of Canada
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0038.xml
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BTA
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BTA
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For the New Quebec, a new economic establishment
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GRAHAM FRASER
Their names are virtually unknown in the rest of Canada, their faces unfamiliar even in Quebec. But when Premier René Lévesque rose to address the Montreal Chamber of Commerce in February, he was flanked by men who are members of a group that will be critical to the success of Lévesque's fledgling Parti Québécois government in the months and years to come.
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THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
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THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
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Closeup/Fashion
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Made in Canada
Grosvenor Furs is showing the world. And vice-versa
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Barbara Amiel
Mrs. David Evins was in a snit. Her seamless face was showing just a hint of little lines around a tightening mouth. She moved across the spacious seventh floor of Bonwit Teller’s Manhattan department store, past the runway put up specially for that evening’s charity show, and aimed her three diamond bracelets and exquisitely understated seven-ringed fingers at a large photo of a Grosvenor Canada mink coat.
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Maclean-Hunter Ltd.
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Maclean-Hunter Ltd.
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Thomas Adams Distillers Ltd.: Adams Private Stock
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Thomas Adams Distillers Ltd.
Adams Private Stock
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Seagram
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Seagram
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0045.xml
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Eurailpass
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Eurailpass
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3M: Scotch
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3M
Scotch
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Maclean's
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Advertisement: Royal Command Canadian Whisky
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Royal Command Canadian Whisky
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CHRYSLER CANADA LTD.
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CHRYSLER CANADA LTD.
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0050.xml
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The World
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Of course Amin must go. The question is: who’ll send him?
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STEWART SOMMERLAD
For sick irony, few can equal Idi Amin Dada. As the world reacted with outrage to the news that the Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, Janani Luwum, and two government ministers had met violent deaths, Uganda’s President for Life was blandly telling delegates to a conference of African, Caribbean and Pacific states in Kampala of his concern that “so many people in other parts of the world are dying because of their political activities.”
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The World
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THE U.K.
Knows all, tells all
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Svetozar Simko may have been only a minnow in the muddy, overpopulated waters of international espionage. But he created a sizable ripple when he turned up in England with his wife. Danielle. 34, and 12-year-old son, Sven, after dining out the night before at a posh restaurant in Bonn, the West German capital.
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The World
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One project that does help people to help themselves
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When the rope makers and basket weavers of Cerro Alto and its neighboring communities set about organizing the rebuilding of their homes, devastated a year ago in the Guatemala earthquake, they adopted a motto for their Canadian-financed $500,000 rebirth.
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People
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Fiona Watson is not the type of girl anybody usually brings home to mother: oh, she’s attractive and rich, and she comes from a good family and all that . . . but there was that naughty thing she did for Penthouse. She is especially not the type one brings home when one’s mother is Queen Elizabeth, but the word is that Prince Charles is a bit smitten with her.
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Business
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Is the ‘missing control’ about to be found?
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Peter Brimelow
The spectre of exchange controls is again haunting Canadian businessmen. And the surprisingly precise rumors that controls may soon be imposed by the federal government are not dispelled by talking to Finance Minister Donald Macdonald’s office.
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Business
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Artful dodging
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Like some untested insecticide sprayed on a field of wheat, the Canadian tax system is constantly causing the emergence of weird new mutations in the business world, often to the astonishment and consternation of Ottawa. Recently, for example, it dawned on Toronto investment bankers Wood Gundy Limited that Canadian corporations don’t have to pay tax on dividends they receive from stock holdings in other companies.
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Business
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The all-Canadian boys
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A vast herd of rubber overshoes is assembled in the lobby of the Mutual Life Assurance Company of Canada’s majestic head office in Waterloo, Ontario, grouped two by two like the animals about to enter Noah’s Ark. It stirs a memory as I move through the 1,200 policyholders, guests and hopeful members of the investment community who have fought their way through revolting weather to attend Mutual Life’s annual meeting, a key event in the social calendar of Canadian business.
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Sports
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Who will deliver us from ignominy? Looks like a job for Wonder Women
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MIKE MACBETH
For Canada’s young amateur athletes, it has been a mixed winter. The girl swimmers made a big splash, our top speed skater stumbled at the worst possible moment after a string of successes, the junior figure skaters were invincible in the absence of the Soviets, and the skiers mainly wiped out.
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Sport
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Born to ride
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STAN FISCHLER
There’s a lot of Canada’s Sandy Hawley in 16-year-old Steve Cauthen. For one thing, he has veteran horseplayers at New York’s Aqueduct betting on him, instead of his horses. Bettors have been doing the same thing to Hawley for years. For another, at his present pace, Cauthen may not have too long to wait before he rides his 3,000th winner, a feat Hawley accomplished on December 4, 1976.
Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0059.xml
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chatelaine
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0060.xml
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Lifestyles
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When the going really got tough, the Good Buddies really got going
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MIKE MACBETH
Aside from doing wonders for retail sales and helping lead-footed drivers avoid tickets for speeding, the Citizens Band radio craze had made impact on little more than the English language, most notably in the nicknames division. Then came one of the worst blizzards in eastern North America’s history and suddenly the CB was able to strut its stuff—as an electronic St. Bernard. Storms may never be the same again, now that the “good buddies of the airwaves” have shown what their radios and imaginations can do.
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Lifestyles
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The ‘naked’ rajahs
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EDA COLE
Their palaces are hotels or hospitals now, and their harems merely a fading, lascivious memory. The stupendous expenditures demanded by their former lifestyle would be beyond even a modern oil sheikh. Life still goes on for the maharajahs and the maharanis of India, even if their titles and privy purses have been consigned to the perfumed past.
Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0062.xml
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CP Rail
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CP Rail
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0063.xml
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TIA MARIA
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0064.xml
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60b,60c
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Advertisement: CFRB 1010
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CFRB 1010
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0065.xml
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60d
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TORONTO BLUE JAYS BASEBALL CLUB
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Travel
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Boy, has Freddie Laker got a deal for you!
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In a television commercial shown in both Britain and the United States, a burly figure clumps onto the gangway of a wide-bodied DC-10 aircraft and declares: “I’ve got to give you a better deal. I’ve got my name on every plane.” The name is Freddie Laker, a freebooting, self-made millionaire who is prospering in the rough-and-tumble world of aviation.
Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0067.xml
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61,62
Travel
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Tourist death trap?
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DAVID WILLEY
In Italy, where crisis is a way of life, only the tourist industry seemed immune. Whatever the state of the lira or the government-of-the-week, Italians would count on the tourists to keep coming. After all, some aspects of Italy were reliable: the summer sun, the beaches, the dark beauty of the female population, the vino and pasta.
Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0068.xml
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Press
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For the people, by the people
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RUTA PAULAITIS
Robert Stanfield was more amused than miffed when columnist Geoffrey Stevens twitted him in print about his driving ability. Nevertheless, the former Conservative leader felt he ought to reply. So he did what thousands of other Canadians are suddenly doing: he sat down and wrote a letter to the editor.
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Seagram's
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Seagram's
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0070.xml
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Medicine
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Woodsman, spare those hands! The strange case of ‘chain saw disease’
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GLORIA MENARD
If doctors in Quebec City are right, as many as 10,000 Canadian woodsmen are liable to develop a serious circulation problem caused by, of all things, the chain saw. Lumberjacks call it “white hand," because of the pallor their hands develop. It is a circulatory disease, similar to Raynaud’s Phenomenon, which is induced by vibration.
Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0071.xml
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CP Air
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CP Air
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Maclean's_19770307_0090_005_0072.xml
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Music
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Depraved? Disgusting? Decadent? All that and more!
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CAROL KENNEDY
It was an unusual sight by British standards; unusual in its sudden gratuitous violence. The thin youth in torn shirt and jeans was lolling on a London sidewalk, up to nothing much, a drooping metaphor for Britain, when out of a passing taxi leaped a well-dressed middle-aged man who descended on him with brutal and unseemly haste.
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Music
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Numéro Un
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TOM HOPKINS
Under threatening skies last St. Jean Baptiste weekend. 400,000 people massed at the foot of a stage on Montreal’s Mount Royal. In honor of the holiday, Beau Dommage, Quebec’s most important pop band, had organized a fête. Using all their prestige, they had cajoled and bullied 26 of the province’s most famous rock musicians to appear with them.
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NATIONAL MUSEUMS CANADA
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NATIONAL MUSEUMS CANADA
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Television
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Gzowski’s problem is that he isn’t slick. Hamel’s problem is that he is
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SANDRA MARTIN
The impeccably groomed and tailored Peter Gzowski was inarticulate with rage and frustration. “Bullshit,” he exploded. Pause. “Bullshit to you too then,” retorted an equally irate Ed Flemming, self-appointed head of BC’S secessionist Western Canadian Party.
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Films
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Whatever his shortcomings, Papa deserves a better fate than this
ISLANDS IN THE STREAM Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner
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URJO KAREDA
Ernest Hemingway’s literary reputation seems at rather a low ebb these days, and his self-created public image suggests more and more a gassy fraudulent poseur. Reading the novels remains a bracing experience because of the cool daring of his prose style, but what one remembers afterward is all the old tired bull about The Code and valor and death.
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Films
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Barefoot in the mire
THIEVES Directed by John Berry
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KASPARS DZEGUZE
When a producer’s first film goes through the roof with success, it’s not surprising that he should look for a sequel. That’s one way of explaining why George Barrie, who made the witty and urbane A Touch Of Class, would bother with something as hand-me-down and derivative as Thieves.
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Uncommon criminals
FUN WITH DICK AND JANE Directed by Ted Kotcheff
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URJO KAREDA
This is a fable of the New Depression. Dick (George Segal) and Jane (Jane Fonda) live in happiest suburbia with all the trimmings: one child, one dog, two cars, one cook, an embryonic swimming pool. Then Dick gets fired. Jane’s cheques start to bounce.
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Books
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Why the poor will always be with us (cont’d)
THE LEGACY OF MALTHUS: THE SOCIAL COSTS OF THE NEW SCIENTIFIC RACISM by Allan Chase
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BARBARA AMIEL
In the best of all possible worlds, Allan Chase’s shrill polemic on what he calls “scientific racism” could be dismissed, consigned to gather dust on the dreary tract-filled shelves of radical bookshops. But the racism that always floats about the periphery of North American life—and sometimes gets into its mainstream—is of constant concern to good and decent men.
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Books
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From the master’s pen
A FRINGE OF LEAVES by Patrick White
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LISL S. LEVINSOHN
For a man who bears comparison with Tolstoy, Australia’s Patrick White—in spite of his 1973 Nobel Prize for Literature—is a vastly under-publicized and underread writer. The widespread neglect of his work proves the anti-cultural priorities of literary hucksters all too well.
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FINE BOOKS DIVISION
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FINE BOOKS DIVISION
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George Brown College of Applied Arts & Technology
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George Brown College of Applied Arts & Technology
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Books
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Merger, anyone?
THE GAMESMAN: THE NEW CORPORATE LEADERS by Michael Maccoby
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LINDA SANDLER
In 1968 honorable intellectuals did not consort with engineers who built military technology for use in Vietnam. Predictably Michael Maccoby’s Washington School of Psychiatry colleagues were perturbed when he launched a six-year Harvard-backed management study of a dozen billion-dollar-a-year electronics multinationals, including IBM, Xerox and Texas Instruments.
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MACLEAN S BEST-SELLER LIST
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FICTION 1 Lady Oracle, Atwood (4) 2 Trinity, Uris (1) 3 Sleeping Murder, Christie (2) 4 Storm Warning, Higgins (3) 5 Slapstick, Vonnegut (6) 6 Touch Not The Cat, Stewart (5) 7 Ghost Fox, Houston (10) 8 Separation, Rohmer (7) 9 The Lonely Lady, Robbins
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Internal warfare strikes Toronto literary mafia family; many wounded; no end in sight
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Allan Fotheringham
What all promising cities need is a few good literary feuds and so it is appropriate that Toronto, all puffed up with self-importance these days, is apprenticing also in the field of the literary sandbox. There is an air of Bloomsbury vendetta about, with practically each week providing new eviscerations, trampled reputations and crushed intellects for the delighted voyeurs, spattered with blood on the sidelines, to contemplate.
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