Maclean's Magazine, 7 January 1956

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Editorial - our cheap but costly funerals; How Alfred Valdmanis took Newfoundland to the cleaners by taking payoffs for government contracts; What's wrong with subsidies for the arts?; They're selling packaged weather - Paul Denison and Bernard Power and their Weather Engineering Corp. of Canada; Bruce Hutchison rediscovers New Brunswick; They're freezing people to life - by imitating hibernation (with cold) doctors are performing 'impossible' operations and saving accident victims, feeble babies and dying old folk; Nobody can Curl like the Campbells - Sandy Campbell and his 5 boys from Avonlea, Saskatchewan - story with photos; Movies of 1955 - Clyde Gilmour picks the best and worst; nice colour ad for the 1956 Oldsmobiles; Wonderful full-page colour ad for Wabasso Cottons inside back cover. Address label on front cover. Restapled. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A quality copy.