Maclean's Magazine, 16 October 1965

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: 3-page colour photo Ford Auto ad inside front cover; Nice full-page colour photo ad for Algoma Steel's new wide cold strip mill; Canada's National Parks - unspoiled, or neon jungles?; A Maclean's Flashback - Francis Bond Head, the hapless hero who "Saved" Upper Canada; The Big Airport - Toronto International - photos and text; The changing Catholic Mass; Front letters to my son - Donald Pearce's poignant journal from the push into Germany 20 years ago; World Hopping to Watch Birds - 33 avid birders go around the world with first stop in Japan; Whipper Billy Watson accepts nomination to run as a Progressive Conservative in the York East constituency; Gerald Stevens and Canadiana; Leisure Living - seasonal section with colour photos; Full-page colour photo ad for the unlamented OMC Snow Cruiser snowmobile; Curling goes Country Club; "One Helluva Way to Pick Up a Moose", by Paul St. Pierre; Canadian ski racers - with photos of Nancy Greene, Peter Duncan, Rod Hebron, Scott Henderson; 2-page colour photo ad for the 1966 Chevrolet Caprice; Full-page Crown Zellerbach ad featuring their activity at Nitinat, Canada's largest grand stand; Colour ad for the 1966 Mercury models inside back cover. Light moisture staining to lower corner.