Maclean's Magazine, 4 August 1956 - Leo Koerner / The Private Lives of Byng Whitteker


Features: Banff tea house survives roaring avalanche (ad); Leon Koerner's one-man giveaway program - Canada's happiest spender is this Czech millionaire who arrived here 17 years ago; A blueprint to stop our cities' decay - one in every 8 Canadian homes is slowly falling apart, soon to become part of a slum with its by-products of disease and distress - here's what Baltimore, Maryland found; Can science beat the virus diseases?; We're wasting millions on an obsolete air force - Guy Simonds charges that in this atomic age of guided missiles we're still committed to a costly, outdated concept of military strategy based on the airplane; We gambled our love on freedom - James Pegg, a British soldier, met Olga, a Ukrainian slave worker in a German prison camp - they had to choose... stay and be parted, or escape together into unknown dangers; The town that wants to stay old fashioned - Niagara-on-the-Lake; The secondhand love letter, by Edward Kaylin; The private lives of Byng Whitteker; Throw out our cruel divorce law - Kent Power, QC. Nice colour Chevrolet ad on page 5. Front cover heavily torn with chunks missing - it illustrated the construction of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. Colour Coke ad on back cover.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 4 August 1956 - Leo Koerner / The Private Lives of Byng Whitteker

Author: Porter, Mackenzie; Katz, S.; Tyrwhitt, Janice; Simonds, Lt.-Gen. Guy; McLeod, Duncan; Moon, B.; Kaylin, Edward; Harris, Lawren; et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1956

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 339a4153

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 4 August 1956 Banff tea house survives roaring avalanche; Leon Koerner's one-man giveaway program - Canada's happiest spender is this Czech millionaire who arrived here 17 years ago; A blueprint to stop our cities' decay - one in every 8 Canadian homes is slowly falling apart, soon to become part of a slum with its by-products of disease and distress - here's what Baltimore, Maryland found; Can science beat the virus diseases?; We're wasting millions on an obsolete air force - Guy Simonds charges that in this atomic age of guided missiles we're still committed to a costly, outdated concept of military strategy based on the airplane; We gambled our love on freedom - James Pegg, a British soldier, met Olga, a Ukrainian slave worker in a German prison camp - they had to choose... stay and be parted, or escape together into unknown dangers; The town that wants to stay old fashioned - Niagara-on-the-Lake; The secondhand love letter, by Edward Kaylin; The private lives of Byng Whitteker; Throw out our cruel divorce law - Kent Power, QC. Nice colour Chevrolet ad on page 5. Front cover heavily torn with chunks missing - it illustrated the construction of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal,