Maclean's Magazine, February (Feb.) 15, 1954 - John Tunney's Fight for Justice

By: Katz, Sidney; Berrill, N.J.; Sangster, Dorothy; Olson, Robert; et al

Price: $199.95

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76 pages. Features: Wonderful cover illustration of ice fishing huts by Macpherson; Quebec Board of Cinema Censors bans film Martin Luther as it shows the Pope in a bad light; Should White Marry Black? - Interracial Marriage; Dulles Battles an Uneasy Europe; Colour Plymouth ad; John Tunney's Stubborn Fight for Justice - this pro-union Winnipeg milkman spent seven years and thousands of dollars battling the union leaders who cost him his job - bonus-length feature article with photos; Do You Know How Old You Really Are? - new atom-age tests make a liar of the calendar; The Lakehead-core of Canada - Karsh photo feature on Fort William-Port Arthur (Thunder Bay) - with interesting emphasis on the huge Finnish labour force; The Memory of a Sentimental Morning - story by Ronald R. Smith - illustrated by Oscar Cahen; People Won't Believe the Colonel's Blind - Col. Eddie Baker and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB); He Tried to Create the Perfect Wife - story by Robert Olson; There'll Never Be Another Model T - a Maclean's flashback to 1922 when Henry Ford's 'car for the multitude' became almost a way of life; Lovely colour ad for the 1954 DeSoto; My Adventures in Basic English, by Steve Laszkiewicz, a displace person (DP) from Poland; Unusual colour centerfold "Do I Have To Grow Old?" shows fashionable woman - sponsored by the Canadian Banana Company; Nice colour-photo Coke ad on back cover "After the Prom... it's Coke Time". Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, February (Feb.) 15, 1954 - John Tunney's Fight for Justice

Author: Katz, Sidney; Berrill, N.J.; Sangster, Dorothy; Olson, Robert; et al

Illustrator: Macpherson, Duncan (cover art); Whalley, Peter; Cahen, Oscar

Categories: Photography, Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean-Hunter: 1954

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 417h2829

Keywords: Edmund Houle S.L. Brennan Quebec Board of Cinema Censors bans film Martin Luther as it shows the Pope in a bad light; Should White Marry Black? - Interracial Marriage; Dulles Battles an Uneasy Europe; Colour Plymouth ad; John Tunney's Stubborn Fight for Justice - this pro-union Winnipeg milkman spent seven years and thousands of dollars battling the union leaders who cost him his job - bonus-length feature article with photos; Do You Know How Old You Really Are? - new atom-age tests make a liar of the calendar; The Lakehead-core of Canada - Karsh photo feature on Fort William-Port Arthur (Thunder Bay) - with interesting emphasis on the huge Finnish labour force; The Memory of a Sentimental Morning - story by Ronald R. Smith - illustrated by Oscar Cahen; People Won't Believe the Colonel's Blind - Col. Eddie Baker and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB); He Tried to Create the Perfect Wife - story by Robert Olson; There'll Never Be Another Model T - a Maclean's flashback to 1922 when Henry Ford's 'car for the multitude' became almost a way of life; Lovely colour ad for the 1954 DeSoto; My Adventures in Basic English, by Steve Laszkiewicz, a displace person (DP) from Poland; Unusual colour centerfold "Do I Have To Grow Old?" shows fashionable woman - sponsored by the Canadian Banana Company; Nice Coke ad on back cover "After the Prom... it's Coke Time,