August 6, 1955

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Mailbag

Mailbag

A Kick out of the West
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PARADE

PARADE

OUR FAVORITE character this month is the Montreal commercial photographer who wears one of those fancy wrist watches with a built-in alarm. It isn’t just swank either. His job keeps him driving from place to place around the city all day and on arrival at each new call he sets his wrist alarm for twentyfive minutes.
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EDITORIAL

If we want to stay a Nation we must foot the Bill

THROUGHOUT its history Canada has had to face up to the high cost of being a nation. To remain a nation we have done things that are economic lunacy. We’ve built railroads across empty wastes of rock and bush. Through tariffs we have forced ourselves to pay a dollar and a half for manufactured articles that our neighbors would like to sell us for a dollar.
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Maclean’s Movies

Maclean’s Movies

MISTER ROBERTS: Hollywood has done a dandy job on the famed Thomas Heggen comedy-drama about some bored American sailors in the backwaters of the Pacific during World War II. The locker-room lustiness of the novel and the stage production has been toned down a bit, as you might expect, and one or two comic highlights are weakened by overemphasis, but on the whole this is a vastly enjoyable show.
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Articles

How Children Remodel Their Parents

Isn’t it time, Bob asks, that the child psychologists started to worry about how the sweet little dears often turn normal happy adults into morose twitching parents?
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Hi-Fi Speaker

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WHY GUTHRIE OUTDRAWS SHAKESPEARE

He’s flamboyant and headstrong, makes acrobats of his actors, abhors the ordinary, and some of his errors (say his critics) have been lulus. But Tyrone Guthrie is the real star of Stratford’s Shakespearean Festival. That’s why he’s decided it's time to leave
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JASPER

JASPER

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THE BARNUM OF THE SUPERMARKETS

Can Bill Horsey rule the grocery world? So far, in the fight for Canada’s billion-and-a-half-dollar grocery bill, his Dominion Stores are second and growing fast. And his strange circus ways are so successful that even his biggest rivals are stealing his stuff
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“The friendliest little bus line in Canada"

That’s what they call it in Medicine Hat where the drivers will sometimes mind the children, drop you at your door, mail your letters or even loan you money
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