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1 Hailey, Arthur (Feature Article) Maclean's Magazine, November 16, 1964 *Major Arthur Hailey Article on Alberta Premier Ernest Manning with Cover Photo*
Toronto Maclean Hunter 1964 First Edition Paperback Good 
82 pages. Features: Excellent cover photo of Premier Ernest Manning in front of the Alberta Legislature Building; Nice colour photo ad for 1965 Mercury Park Lane convertible; Big Canadian Push to Analyze Easter Island before civilization spoils the place; Why Canadians are practically the only diplomats that Washington trusts; How Sault Ste. Marie built the biggest little medicare scheme in Canada; Britain issues booklet "Treachery Is Their Trade" as required reading for civil servants vulnerable to attacks by Soviet spies; Editorial - Let's make friends, not enemies, with the mainland Chinese; How Arthur Hailey turned Reporter in Manning's Alberta; Ordeal by Rumor - The Skeletons in (Ernest) Manning's Cabinet, by Arthur Hailey - long, informative article including photos of cabinet ministers under clouds; Is the Family Doctor Vanishing?, by Claude P. Gendron, MD; How I Found Out the Toronto Argonauts Don't Really Lose Games on Purpose, by Peter N. Allison; Canada's 1967 Centennial celebration preparations - Will we be late for our own birthday parth? - a 'non'-progress report by Hal Tennant; When Mama Cooked Solomon Grundy, by Helen Wilson; The Killer That Could be Hiding in your car - Ray Stapley warns of the danger of metal fatigue in autos; The Many Worlds of Soviet Russia - Kenneth Bagnell reports on his five weeks in Russia, traveling from Moscow to Siberia to Central Asia; Nice colour-illustrated ad for the 1965 Ford Mustang Hardtop; Magnificent colour photo ad for the Lincoln Continental - featuring a white model with suicide doors; Nice colour-illustrated ad for the 1965 Ford Galaxie 500/XL Convertible (red); How Talk Show Host Pat Burns Won Fame and Fortune by Talking on the World's Biggest Party Line (CJOR) - article with photo; Quebec censor board censors La Terre a Boire; John Bradshaw - the man who got rich by making gardening sound easy; Colour photo ad for Coke on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this excellent vintage issue. 
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