June 8, 1957

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A LOOK AT TOMORROW IN TERMS OF TODAY
Look now, horseman... 2021

Look now, horseman...

Here is a distinguished Canadian story about the love of a simple man for a brave horse. It is as unusual —and as memorable—as The Last of the Curlews
Will Harry Ferguson revolutionize the car industry too? 1617

Will Harry Ferguson revolutionize the car industry too?

He did it to farming with a pint-sized tractor that even Henry Ford marveled at. Now, with a Canadian millionaire ready to build it, he says he's designed the new car the world's been waiting for
Parade 9293
Parade

Parade

How to cure male moochers
“Why should we vote for YOU?” 1213

“Why should we vote for YOU?”

A young Canadian couple about to vote in a federal election for the first time asked the leaders of Canada’s four major political parties:
The wonderful world of French-Canadian TV 1819

The wonderful world of French-Canadian TV

Nearly everybody watches it, and it keeps a thousand people busy producing an endless, zestful mixture of spice, sorrow and unabashed corn. Pull up a chair and see this Gallic hit parade
More stories that wouldn’t stay dead 9091
IN THE EDITORS’ CONFIDENCE

More stories that wouldn’t stay dead

We’ve commented before on the fact that magazine articles these days don't seem to be the perishable commodities they once were. Take Alan Phillips’ series on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which was published in six issues in Maclean's in the summer of 1954.
He bosses the two sweetest women in the world 2829

He bosses the two sweetest women in the world

They’re Laura Secord and Fanny Farmer . . . the biggest and busiest candy merchants of them all. Meet the man who’s run their lives for thirty-two years — while almost completely blind
Maclean’s Movies 3435
Maclean’s Movies

Maclean’s Movies

BEST BET The Young Stranger: A moving and intelligent drama about the relationship between a busy Hollywood producer (James Daly) and his sixteen-year-old son (well played by James MacArthur, son of actress Helen Hayes). It is marred only slightly by a fleeting touch of glibness at the finish.
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