Maclean's Magazine, August 11, 1962 - Arthur Balidoy Suffers From Progeria

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Features: "Peace" gets a friendlier hearing - a new force in US politics is making the word peace respectable again; Old Age at Eleven - a boy's last brave days may help science save other boys from dying of old age - Arthur Balidoy had the rare disease progeria; How to spot the marrying kind - some of Canada's champion bigamists explain their addiction to wife-hunting; Ordeal at Stratford - Chris Plummer and Kate Reid, off stage, show why they're Canada's best on stage; The Pictures most people buy - art's real best sellers - reproductions by 'famous unknown'; A Fond Farewell to Toronto - Blair Fraser; Why Canadians go south in summer - a livelier, cheaper Florida than they'll find in winter; This year in Jerusalem - Mordecai Richler explores his other homeland for the first time; B.C.'s high-flying bucket brigade - Mars water bombers. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. Nice copy.