Maclean's Magazine, 15 August 1956

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Good


Features: Nice full-page colour ad for IH (International Harvester) service trucks inside front cover; Where we stand in the fight to conquer cancer - compelling answers from eight of the world's top experts; Who will the federal Liberal Party choose after Louis St. Laurent? - Lester Pearson, C.D. Howe, Pau Martin Sr., Jack Pickersgill, Harris or Winters?; How to be a singing star, the hard way - WAlly Koster, a baritone familiar to Canadian television viewers for the past four years; The Secret War of Charles Goodeve - Part 1 of 3 - in the desperate race against German weapons this Canadian was a brilliant innovator - with but a small band of fellow wizards he helped devise the weirdest tools of war - some of the revealed here for the first time - with black and white photos - the plane killer, the Cockatrice (flame-throwing truck), and the Hedgehog; It takes women to run a railroad - John Norman Harris; The desperate plight of the small farmer - for generations he was the most important man in Canada, but now he can't make a living - what's behind the tragedy and what probably lies ahead; How to Tolerate In-Laws, by Parke Cummings; Fantastic full-page colour ad for GWG (Great Western Garment) clothing; Nice colour photo full-page ad for the Buick Special 2-door convertible; Similar ad for the Pontiac Laurentian 2-door convertible; Clyde Gilmour's brief 'Best Bet' rating of the movie, The King and I. Please note: right half of page 7 has been removed but it only contained ads for finance and whiskey companies. Average wear. Address label. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 15 August 1956

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1956

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 144c5422

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 15 August 1956 Cross-Canada Hit Parade IH (International Harvester) service trucks inside front cover; Where we stand in the fight to conquer cancer - compelling answers from eight of the world's top experts; Who will the federal Liberal Party choose after Louis St. Laurent? - Lester Pearson, C.D. Howe, Pau Martin Sr., Jack Pickersgill, Harris or Winters?; How to be a singing star, the hard way - WAlly Koster, a baritone familiar to Canadian television viewers for the past four years; The Secret War of Charles Goodeve - Part 1 of 3 - in the desperate race against German weapons this Canadian was a brilliant innovator - with but a small band of fellow wizards he helped devise the weirdest tools of war - some of the revealed here for the first time - with black and white photos - the plane killer, the Cockatrice (flame-throwing truck), and the Hedgehog; It takes women to run a railroad - John Norman Harris; The desperate plight of the small farmer - for generations he was the most important man in Canada, but now he can't make a living - what's behind the tragedy and what probably lies ahead; How to Tolerate In-Laws, by Parke Cummings; Fantastic full-page colour ad for GWG (Great Western Garment) clothing; Nice colour photo full-page ad for the Buick Special 2-door convertible; Similar ad for the Pontiac Laurentian 2-door convertible; Clyde Gilmour's brief 'Best Bet' rating of the movie, The King and I,