Maclean's Magazine, January (Jan.) 23, 1965 - Maureen Forrester

Features: Colour ad for the 1965 Pontiacs inside front cover; Crisis in our Classrooms - a disturbing report by June Callwood; Ohio uses a "Hospital Information System" to order drugs, assign duties, etc. in an effort to put the nurses back into nursing; Everything always comes up roses for Maureen Forrester - a look into her life and family, with photos; To Canada, with love and hisses - Harold Town; The return of hockey's proudest warrior, Ted Lindsay, with great photo; Our quiet war over peace, politicians vs. the people; Death stalks our last wild horses; Norma Bearcroft fights for the wild horses; Retired RCAF squadron leader Hugh Campbell writes that the Americans are their own worst enemies in Vietnam. Average wear. A sound copy.