Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, July 29, 1961 - ESP and Canadians / Vimy and Passchendaele - Canada's Bravest and Blackest Hours


50 pages. Features: Colour Labatt's 50 Ale ad inside front cover features two couples frolicking in water at beach; Will Success Spoil Henry Makow, boy columnist?; One-page GM of Canada ad features photo of fly fisherman at work; The New Party Will Die if it's a mere Liberal Splinter - the past and present of the CCF; The Slow Comeback of Canada's Communists - Tim Buck (photo) will soon step down as its leader and his successor will inherit an organization that almost destroyed itself four years ago but is now unified, active, and anxious to rebuild its political influence; The Ottawa River - article with illustration by Jacques De Tonnancour; Vimy and Passchendaele - Canada's Bravest and Blackest Hour; First Report on Extrasenory Powers (ESP) Among Canadians - photo-illustrated article which explores the research of Dr. J.B. Rhine at his Duke University parapsychology laboratory; Photos and write-ups of Canadians who may have ESP - Mrs. Raymond Forgie of Toronto, CBC Announcer Rex Loring, Mrs. P.P. Wade of Keswick, Helen Brens of Montreal, Patricia Young of VancouverMrs. Evelyn Cox of Vancouver, John Hamilton of Victoria, and Mrs. Paul reading of Thornhill; Includes unique tear-out ESP self-test mailer; Can Everybody Be Beautiful? - Paul Pogue runs a chain of beauty parlors; The High and Low of a Present-Day Tramp - article with sombre photos of Walter Haslam and Patrick Rhody in the CNR's Mimico railyards; Nice colour-photo Sunoco ad features ladies with white convertible gassing up while uniformed attendant cleans their windshield; Vintage one-page two-colour Kentucky Fried Chicken ad lists the names, owners and locations of their 42 Canadian franchises, with $1 coupon for a family bucket; How to Make a Million in the Charity Game - Harold George Martin; The Field of Atomic Power - two experts meet; Walt Disney's first Canadian movie, "Nikki, Dog of the North"; George Knudson's Aggressive Golf Game; Coke ad on back cover features bottle and glass in blowing snow; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, July 29, 1961 - ESP and Canadians / Vimy and Passchendaele - Canada's Bravest and Blackest Hours

Author Name: Stein, David Lewis; MacLennan, Hugh; Allen, Ralph; Katz, Sidney; Moon, Barbara; Robert, Marika; Garner, Hugh; Cameron, Colin

Categories: Canadian History, Politics, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean-Hunter: 1961

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201G4695

Keywords: Maclean's, Canada's National Magazine, July 29, 1961 - ESP and Canadians / Vimy and Passchendaele - Canada's Bravest and Blackest Hours Colour Labatt's 50 Ale ad inside front cover features two couples frolicking in water at beach; Will Success Spoil Henry Makow, boy columnist?; One-page GM of Canada ad features photo of fly fisherman at work; The New Party Will Die if it's a mere Liberal Splinter - the past and present of the CCF; The Slow Comeback of Canada's Communists - Tim Buck (photo) will soon step down as its leader and his successor will inherit an organization that almost destroyed itself four years ago but is now unified, active, and anxious to rebuild its political influence; The Ottawa River - article with illustration by Jacques De Tonnancour; Vimy and Passchendaele - Canada's Bravest and Blackest Hour; First Report on Extrasenory Powers (ESP) Among Canadians - photo-illustrated article which explores the research of Dr. J.B. Rhine at his Duke University parapsychology laboratory; Photos and write-ups of Canadians who may have ESP - Mrs. Raymond Forgie of Toronto, CBC Announcer Rex Loring, Mrs. P.P. Wade of Keswick, Helen Brens of Montreal, Patricia Young of VancouverMrs. Evelyn Cox of Vancouver, John Hamilton of Victoria, and Mrs. Paul reading of Thornhill; Includes unique tear-out ESP self-test mailer; Can Everybody Be Beautiful? - Paul Pogue runs a chain of beauty parlors; The High and Low of a Present-Day Tramp - article with sombre photos of Walter Haslam and Patrick Rhody in the CNR's Mimico railyards; Nice colour-photo Sunoco ad features ladies with white convertible gassing up while uniformed attendant cleans their windshield; Vintage one-page two-colour Kentucky Fried Chicken ad lists the names, owners and locations of their 42 Canadian franchises, with $1 coupon for a family bucket; How to Make a Million in the Charity Game - Harold George Martin; The Field of Atomic Power - two experts meet; Walt Disney's first Canadian movie, "Nikki, Dog of the North"; George Knudson's Aggressive Golf Game; Coke Ad,