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Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1965 *HOW CHATHAM, ONTARIO GOT A BAD NAME*
Maclean-Hunter Limited, 1965. Features: Frank Boucher's Challenge - how we can end the farce of sending fourth-rate teams to the world hockey championships; Nurse Joyce Relyea and her job at the Hospital for Sick Children; Chatham - the good town that's fighting a bad name - its politicians live in fear of nameless terrorists, Ottawa lists it as a 'depressed area', the morals of the children have been thrown into serious question; The Pleasure of Ruins, by photographer Roloff Beny - with great b/w photos, including the Shah and queen of Iran; How the Hedlin family of Winnipeg leaped the language barrier together and learned French; Dr. John Knox, former Danish Ambassador, writes about the Canadian beaver; Robert Thomas Allen on Greece; Volkswagen van ad featuring the entire population of Jiggs, Nevada in one van!. Average wear. A sound copy.
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