Maclean's Magazine, 16 June 1962 - Poison Cooking Oil

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Features: The sweaty fight for a single seat - the current federal election campaign; The merciful aftermath of the Moroccan oil tragedy - almost ten thousand men, women and children, paralyzed by poisoned cooking oil in 1959 are walking and working again - a Canadian medical team helped in the most devastating medical story of our time in Meknes, Morocco; The case for taking children away from their parents - Dr. Karl Bernhardt; Jeanine Beaubien - the woman who stages plays in 5 languages in Montreal's Powderhouse; How to spot a home-grown (Canadian) image; How Zoo Animals get their kicks - with photos; Ralph Allen's 'Lost Art of Fishing for Fun'; Nice colour photo full-page Pepsi ad; Toronto and Montreal should be provinces, by Donald C. Rowat; The Medical Care (Medicare) War - Ralph Allen reports from Saskatchewan. Moisture stains to upper corner of all pages. Average wear. Address labe. Binding intact.