December 15, 1951

A MACLEAN' FLASHBACK

LUCY OF GREEN GABLES

Articles

ALUMINUM HITS THE ROAD AGAIN

Fiction

The Shepherd and the Dictator

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A MACLEAN' FLASHBACK

LUCY OF GREEN GABLES

It turns out after all this time that Anne of Green Gables, the Prince Edward Island redhead who ran away with the hearts of millions of young readers all over the world, was the image of little Lucy Maud Montgomery, who lived and wrote beside the Lake of the Shining Waters
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ALUMINUM HITS THE ROAD AGAIN

Like a restless sourdough Canada’s vast aluminum industry is always on the hunt for new frontiers. When the frontier is tamed, civilization troops in and Alcan heads for the bush again, panning remote rivers for nuggets of cheap power. Its latest strike will bring the world’s biggest powerhouse to the B.C. wilds
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Fiction

The Shepherd and the Dictator

In the torture chambers of Robagonia men cried out to the Golden Giant to save their country. But what could a simple-minded peasant do against the brutal army of oppression?
How to Tackle That Turkey 2021
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How to Tackle That Turkey

Don’t worry if you can’t afford Michael Powell’s recipe of a lark inside a pigeon inside a chicken inside a goose inside a turkey. Let a graduate of Turkey Tech show you the newest and best ways to give your friends the bird this Christmas
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THERE'S ALWAYS A PARTY AT THE GRAHAMS'

The Ronald Grahams of Vancouver like nothing better than to entertain in their half-million-dollar mansion. At one party for the Red Cross they had three thousand guests and one morning a sailor turned up at breakfast saving he’d let himself in with the key they’d given him during the war
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Ottawa’s BEAUTIFUL BACKYARD

The twisting, tumbling Gatineau River that sweeps past the nation’s capital bears its yellow pulpwood through a fabled frontier land where millionaire sportsmen and half-breed trappers rub shoulders in log-cabin hamlets with hermits, witches and revered faith healers
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THE SECRET LIFE OF MACKENZIE KING, SPIRITUALIST

For twenty-five years Canada’s famous Prime Minister was a practicing spiritualist. He believed that, through mediums, he had communicated with his mother, Franklin D. Roosevelt and even his dog Pat, after they had died. Here, for the first time, is revealed the best-kept secret of Mr. King’s amazing career
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THE GIFT SHE’S SURE TO SNIFF AT

In the next few days thousands of Canadian men will spend about one million dollars at the nation’s perfume counters. And even if the woman who gets one of these exotic little bottles would have preferred a cashmere sweater she’s likely to say, “Just what I wanted”
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THEY STILL CAN’T CURE YOUR COLD

THE common cold has been afflicting humans and chimpanzees for at least twenty-four centuries, when Hippocrates used to advise his patients that rest in bed was the only treatment. No record has been kept of the misery and expense colds have caused chimpanzees, but among people the toll is considerable.
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LONDON LETTER

Churchill Picks His Team

LET US talk today about Winston Churchill and the men he has appointed to his government. Let us look behind the newspaper headlines and note the problems of a party leader who by the will of the people becomes Prime Minister of Great Britain.
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