January 30, 1960

Mailbag 45

Mailbag

A plan for our north: send prisoners there A plan for the lonely: seek others A plan for South Africa: leave it alone
BREAKOUT AT FALAISE 89
MACLEAN'S Canada's National Magazine

BREAKOUT AT FALAISE

One of the most dramatic and controversial land battles ever fought ended in Normandy in August, 1944. Canadian soldiers were in its vanguard. They fought with valor and won a great victory. Yet they made tragic blunders and so did the bombing planes that helped support them.
A few thorny moments in the High Command 1415
MACLEAN'S Canada's National Magazine

A few thorny moments in the High Command

The first Commander-in-Chief of the Canadian Army, General A. G. L. McNaughton, was in effect fired by the British War Office. His successor, H. D. G. Crerar had fewer difficulties with his British colleagues. The Canadian Army's official history deals with three of them here.
Parade 4849
Parade

Parade

Even free enterprise has its price
A LOOK AT TOMORROW IN TERMS OF TODAY 0_21
PREVIEW

A LOOK AT TOMORROW IN TERMS OF TODAY

Tories gambling on long-term power Toronto sophisticated? Upcoming book says yes Seafood news from a landbound province
At last! PARKINSON’S Second Law 1617
ARTICLES

At last! PARKINSON’S Second Law

“EXPENDITURE RISES TO MEET INCOME"
A VISIT WITH GRATIEN GELINAS 2223
FAMOUS FAMILIES AT HOME

A VISIT WITH GRATIEN GELINAS

What sacrifices must a dedicated showman demand of himself and his family? The patient and of ten lonely Madame Gelinas knows the answer: the famed Freneh-Canadian eomie is never really out of the theatre no matter where he goes
Maclean’s Movies 2829
Maclean’s Movies

Maclean’s Movies

BEST BET I’M ALL RIGHT, JACK: An Oxford-bred fugitive from industrial strife (Ian Carmichael) and three coy tennis players in a nudist colony are prominent in the large and somewhat frantic group of characters in this British satirical comedy.
WHAT IT'S LIKE IN the vast and vibrant Cariboo 2425
ARTICLES

WHAT IT'S LIKE IN the vast and vibrant Cariboo

White-faced cattle share million-acre spreads with moose and deer, miners scratch a living out of half-forgotten gold fields, and big-game guides offer “a grizzly or your money back.” “This country,” says a cowboy who knows, “beats the hell out of Texas”
IN THE EDITORS' CONFIDENCE 4647
IN THE EDITORS' CONFIDENCE

IN THE EDITORS' CONFIDENCE

New faces of 1959
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