Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 19 December (Dec.) 1959 - The Mighty Siftons / Terry Sawchuk


56 pages. Features: Cover illustration by Franklin Arbuckle of Christmas rush on the Toronto subway; Terence Robertson says "Kick South Africa Out of the Commonwealth"; How to Get On Television - a tour of Canada's casting offices, including coverage and photos of Sandra O'Neill who won headlines for 'the longest legs on TV'; The Many, Mighty Siftons - proud and clannish for six generations they've done more to shape Canada than any other family; The Awful Ups and Downs of Terry Sawchuk - for the 'greatest goalie of all' life on and off the ice is one crisis after another; Why Don't We Send Our Surplus Food to the Starving, by Knowlton Nash; Portrait of Ontario's Highway 400 - "it was one of the better ideas of a man named Hitler"; Holiday Weekend in London; When Mother Was a War Worker - a look back at the women who worked in Canada's WWII munitions industries - article with great photo of Dozens of women standing on wings of 40th Lancaster bomber they'd helped build at Victory Aircraft in Maltonk Ontario; Molson's Canadian one-page colour-photo ad shows the clear tall bottles they used before converting to brown stubbies; Great vintage colour-photo ad for Remington Rand shows their room-sized Univac computer and Titan rocket taking off; Half-page Bright's Wines ad for their Mazel Tov product; and more. Back cover missing. Nibbling to bottom corner of front cover and first couple of pages, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 19 December (Dec.) 1959 - The Mighty Siftons / Terry Sawchuk

Author: Moon, B.; Fraser, B.; Frayne, T.; Nash, C. Knowlton; Hutton, E.; Porter, M.; Collins, R.; et al

Illustrator: Arbuckle, Franklin; Whalley, Peter

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Hockey, Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter / Key Publishers: 1959

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h2455

Keywords: Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 19 December (Dec.) 1959 - The Mighty Siftons / Terry Sawchuk Franklin Arbuckle of Christmas rush on the Toronto subway; Terence Robertson says "Kick South Africa Out of the Commonwealth"; How to Get On Television - a tour of Canada's casting offices, including coverage and photos of Sandra O'Neill who won headlines for 'the longest legs on TV'; The Many, Mighty Siftons - proud and clannish for six generations they've done more to shape Canada than any other family; The Awful Ups and Downs of Terry Sawchuk - for the 'greatest goalie of all' life on and off the ice is one crisis after another; Why Don't We Send Our Surplus Food to the Starving, by Knowlton Nash; Portrait of Ontario's Highway 400 - "it was one of the better ideas of a man named Hitler"; Holiday Weekend in London; When Mother Was a War Worker - a look back at the women who worked in Canada's WWII munitions industries - article with great photo of Dozens of women standing on wings of 40th Lancaster bomber they'd helped build at Victory Aircraft in Maltonk Ontario; Molson's Canadian one-page colour-photo ad shows the clear tall bottles they used before converting to brown stubbies; Great vintage colour-photo ad for Remington Rand shows their room-sized Univac computer and Titan rocket taking off; Half-page Bright's Wines ad for their Mazel Tov Eglington,