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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 16, 1961

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The Winnipeg Tribune. PAPERBACK. 47 pages. Features: I Like Hollywood Children - so says Montreal artist Eva Prager, who has painted portraits of leading stars' youngsters; I became a spy for the man I loved - Ethel Gee, Harry Houghton and the Lonsdale Spy Ring; Lovely full-page colour ad for Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles; The Royal Commission on Publications; Salute to the Salmon - mosaic depicting salmon swimming upstream is part of a fountain in Nanaimo, B.C. which was a belated centennial gift from the city's Italo-Canadian community - two nice colour photos with text - great Nanaimo history; Man O' War's farewell drama - $80,000 thrill for Windsor, Ontario; 10 Photos of Canadian MPs exercising; Terry the tricky dog - drives tractors, water skis, and more; Toronto taxis set up their own theatre; They got what they wanted - Gerry and Elspeth Burnett of Matane Air Services, Matane, Quebec; Muscle men rented out for photo shoots; Sunnyview Outdoor Science School on Toronto Island; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 11, 1962

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: They gave me up for dead - Audrelyn Speight was driving from Dundas, Ontario to Hamilton when her back was broken in an accident - this pretty accident victim is undaunted ; Summer Stay-at-Homes - artist George Grammat provides colour illustrations of Montreal life; Miami's Problem Visitors - the city bulges with Cuban refugees who won't go elsewhere; Canada's Sunshine Island - Prince Edward Island - nice colour photos; An Unhappy Wife Gives the Gang Away - the Peugeot Kidnapping (part 2 of 2); Road Hogs - Photos of hogs pulling wagon of H.C. Hurley of Echo Bay, Ontario; Gift tip to Canada's Golf Fans - Dick Borthwick replaces 'twist' with 'slide'; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: Why girls run away from home - thousands of Canadian girls 'break out' yearly; Major Hockey looks west - Coley Hall spends $250,000 for a new team based in San Francisco's Cow Palace; Nancy Sinatra and Tommy Sands; Yarmouth's 200th Birthday; New hospital design places patient's rooms in ring around service unit - Montreal's new Santa Cabrini Hospital; Christopher Plummer plays Henry II and Richard III in London; The Stained Glass windows of Christ Church, Blackfriars, England; Montreal parapalegic Mike Harling races his sports sedan; Resurrection of a warship - the Swedish warship Vasa which sank near Stockholm in 1628; For Canadians visiting England, there are 3 kinds of luck - good, bad and British; Blackbird attacks people - photos and text; Daffodils; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 9, 1961

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 63 pages. Features: I betrayed my country and the woman I love - the Lonsdale spy ring - Harry Houghton is now serving 15 years for selling British naval secrets to the Russians (Part 1 of 2); Pirates with the (Sir Tyrone) Guthrie Touch - a famed director brings Gilbert and Sullivan back to life; Robert Goulet lets his hair go straight again; TLC - a new way with the mentally ill - a new PEI program of placing patients with foster families - key figure is Mary Farmer; Tommy Douglas tackles a new job - as New Democratic Party (NDP) leader he admits "it's going to be tough" - he leaves Regina for Ottawa - lengthy text with many photos; Noel Coward's musical Sail Away; A Tartan reflects Muskoka's Charms - Mrs. Eileen Kirkvaag; Canary Islanders have a whistle language; Decorative hats (helmets) for motoring women; Great young Canadian runners Bruce Kidd of Toronto and Walter Williams of Minto New Brunswick; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, January 27, 1962

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: Wacky ways of Wasting Government Money - Canadians show audacity and enterprise when it comes to dipping into the public purse - The Glassco Commission; How British Actors Conquered Broadway; Pilot Who Saved Eight Lives - R.C.M.P. Pilot Staff Sgt. Robert Lorne Fletcher aids passengers of a U.S.A.F. plane which crashed in Knegland Bay; Mural that Mirrors a City - Stelco gives the city of Hamilton a mural by Franklin Arbuckle; A Tahitian Bride Comes To Canada - Wayne Dewar of Hantsport N.S. and bride Suzanne met during the filming of Mutiny on the Bounty; Nice colour picture plus text about Maple Leaf Allan Stanley; Skiing is Schooling in Jasper; "Only a Miracle Scorer will pass Gordie Howe" (Wayne Gretzky was only a year old at the time this was written!); Pulling a tooth from a Bear. Many great colour ads. Few nibbles from upper spine else average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 26, 1961

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 31 pages. Features: Queen of the fishing fleet - Mrs. Marie Penny of John Penny and Sons on the Ramea Islands of Newfoundland; Covent Garden's Canadian Invasion - Joseph Rouleau, Jon Vickers, Robert Savoie, Irene Salemka and Andre Turp of the Royal Opera House Company; Joyce Davidson finds the rewards of TV stardom are great; Great photo feature (with text) - Jim Baldwin and Ed Cooper climb the vertical rock face of The Chief, 1,700 foot mountain on the edge of Squamish, B.C.; Les Lear lambasts football 'jugheads' - he won the 1948 Grey Cup with the Calgary Stampeders as a Player/Coach; Lady, Beware of that Convention - men have begun taking their wives to big company conferences; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Top corner of spine nibbled. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 23, 1961

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: Why girls run away from home - thousands of Canadian girls 'break out' yearly; Major Hockey looks west - Coley Hall spends $250,000 for a new team based in San Francisco's Cow Palace; Nancy Sinatra and Tommy Sands; Yarmouth's 200th Birthday; New hospital design places patient's rooms in ring around service unit - Montreal's new Santa Cabrini Hospital; Christopher Plummer plays Henry II and Richard III in London; The Stained Glass windows of Christ Church, Blackfriars, England; Montreal parapalegic Mike Harling races his sports sedan; Resurrection of a warship - the Swedish warship Vasa which sank near Stockholm in 1628; For Canadians visiting England, there are 3 kinds of luck - good, bad and British; Blackbird attacks people - photos and text; Daffodils; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, October 14, 1961

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 63 pages. Features: How courts price your injuries; The mystery flight of Rudolph Hess (first of 3 parts); Penguin thinks he's people; Carmelites - rare glimpse of a silent world; 10-page life insurance advertising supplement; Policewoman Sally Krowchynski of the Edmonton Flying Police Club; Fantastic full-page colour Jantzen ad featuring a very handsome Jean Beliveau; Educated Dice - the rolling reader contains seven dice with different words on each face - it makes learning to read into a game; Water Beetle - Ray Pastuck converted his Volkswagen into a boat!; Canada's biggest unconfined explosion at Suffield, Alberta - 3 great colour photos - smoke ring; Collector of Militaria - Eduard Kohler of Neuberg, Germany; He Killed in his sleep - Willis Boshears killed Jean Constable; "We flew into Hurricane Carla" - the crew of plane 5 spent five days tracking the worst tropical storm in 60 years, and their reports enabled half a million persons to flee; NHL President Clarence Campbell's 15 years in office; Nipper by Doug Wright. Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 19, 1960

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 55 pages. Features: Archbishop Howard H. Clark, Anglican Primate of All Canada; Miami - City of Intrigue in the Sun - plotters, counter-plotters, gun-runners and exiles from a half-dozen Latin-American lands keep U.S. lawmen busy; How to Improve Your Luck; Colour photos of sweater fashions; Under the Knife - comic; Dog with a Soft Spot for Orphans - a motherly French Bulldog; These Men Are Almost Dead of Thirst - French Hunters Die of Thirst in Sahara; Quebec Novelist Marie-Claire Blais Takes New York in her Stride; Stars on Ice - Stars turn out for the 25th anniversary of the Ice Follies in Hollywood; Patron Saint of the Hot-Rod Set - Gordon Taylor, Transportation Minister of Alberta; Dean Griffing and Frankie Filchock say it is time for Canadian football to go American; A boy's best friend is his duck; Nipper by Doug Wright. Colour ads for: Sun-Up; Crown Royal Syrup; Lady Galt Towels; Heinz Spaghetti; Robin Hood Cake Mix; Philishave Speed-Flex; Salada Tea; Five Roses Flour; Canadian General Electric Appliances; Lux Soaps; Coffee; Birds-Eye frozen dinners; Pepsi-Cola; Christie's Premium Crackers; Maple Leaf Sausages; Aylmer Soups; Cadbury's Choco; Betty Crocker; Simon's Cigars; Electrohome Stereos; SOS pads; Cadbury's Dairy Milk. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1960. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 19, 1961

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 31 pages. Features: How Smugglers try to fool the Mounties; Gatineau Park is a Camper's Paradise; The Deep, Dread-Bolted Thunder - Robert Fontaine's father was afraid of thunderstorms; An Air View of the World's Largest Glacier - Antarctica's huge Beardmore Glacier sits for a unique panoramic portrait; This coach is paid in laughs - squirt softball coach Fred Cederberg of Streetsville, Ontario; Nice Lifesavers ad on back cover; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 18, 1962

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: Dieppe - the full story - part 1 of 5; Twins with twin tastes - Martine and Celine Letendre; Barrie's Big Brass Band - music is fun, membership an honor for high school kids in this Ontario town - Barrie Collegiate Band; Russians take their clowns seriously - the Moscow Circus comes to Canada; Her Heart is in Hawaii - Mernie Purvis of Kelowna, B.C. markets Hawaiin clothing from six tropical-style grass shacks; Sonny (Liston) Won't See Round Six - with Floyd Patterson feeling as he does; Paintings by John Walsh of scenes at "The Ex" (the CNE); Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: Judy Garland - a star is reborn (with picture of baby Liza and her parents); Sisterly love that saved a life - Johanna Nightingale of Steinbach Man. receives kidney from her sister Lana; Earl Cox - gardener to a million homes; Justice Minister Davie Fulton visits the Arctic; Ipso Facto's a Lhasa Apso - Virginia Langton's dog; Ginger Coffey is brought to the TV screen - Montreal novelist Brian Moore's book comes to life for a CBC television show; He flips his lid to go fishing - trailer cover doubles as dinghy; Reaction to claims that little league ball is harmful for youngsters - includes photo of Montreal's entry in the 1952 Little League World Series; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 5, 1962

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: How the tiny St. Roch sailed into fame - with a crew of eight mounties she navigated the Northwest Passage - Skipper Henry Larsen; Mom's A Ballerina - Toronto-born Melissa-Hayden deftly runs home and career; Marsh where the shy swans rest - the peace of Lake Erie beckons to whistlers after their long trip; Camp of Despair in the Congo - UN Soldiers patrol the camp which houses 50,000 Balubas at Elisabethville - graphic photos; Susannah York - a star in the making; Swedes fight to stay neutral - their plan for survival calls for compulsory military training and enormous blast shelters; Beauty and the Beasts - English gals volunteer for amazing stunts with elephants; Major League Baseball in Canada - Walter O'Malley of the Los Angeles Dodgers tells us how to get it (colour photo of O'Malley shows him with Emil "Buzzie" Bavasi, father of Peter Bavasi who later became the first G.M. of the Toronto Blue Jays); Nipper by Doug Wright. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: Berlin's Girl Spies trade Allure for Secrets - Ernst "Jellyroll" Wollweber's Red Mata Haris keep Allied spy catchers busy - Ermgard Schmidt; Margarete Pfeiffer, 'Gardy' Schmidt, Ursula Schmidt; Trappers hit the Convention Trail to discuss Saskatchewan't oldest industry, trapping; Their Sound of Music Carries Far - Les Jeunesses Musicales; Lively sketches by the talented pen of Queen Victoria (part 2 of 2); Madame Butterfly's New Look - western influence has revolutionized the Japanese idea of feminine beauty (with photos); House party with a purpose - six California women (led by Mrs. Harold Collins) get together to clean each other's homes; Colour photo and feature of Boston Bruins star Leo Boivin; Ladder you can roll up; Marlene and Margaret Meldrum of Saskatoon perform in the Ice Follies; Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1960. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 55 pages. Features: How a Canadian jazz singer became the wife of an Earl - Stevie Wise of Toronto is now Lady Listowel, married to the Earl of Listowel; They Help Themselves by Helping Others - Rev. Henri Groues of France originated the Emmaus idea of collecting, repairing and selling used goods to build homes for the poor - Rev. Laurent Laporte of Montreal; He goes fishing in his own living room - George Wendelkin; A Cold Wind Makes Lola Albright a hot property; Don't put off that children's Party - or you may find it's too late to enjoy the fun yourself; League of the Light-Fingered - Shoplifting is a problem that has grown to million-dollar proportions in Canada; Fiddler with Plenty of Strings to his Bow - Ellis Wilson of Quebec is a band leader, a farmer, a TV salesman and a barber; Ted Bowsfield of Penticton, B.C. succeeds at baseball in Boston and Los Angeles; A British Army Armoured Car is converted to carrying money; Bud Henning's All-Girl Drill Crew - three daughters are all he needs to man his rig - water drilling family in the Kootenays of B.C.; You need luck in this business - Bill Daniels has cornered the market - he owns three million four-leaf clover plants - Gulfport, Florida - his business is called Daniels' Clover Specialty Co.; Nipper by Doug Wright. Great colour ads including Savage Shoes centerfold. '62 Envoy colour car ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: U.S. Crime Syndicates are Moving in on Canada (first of two articles); Belles of the Ball - Canadian gals take to bowling in rapidly-increasing numbers; World of Colour the Eye Can't See - crystals viewed under the microscope; Brain Waves Comic; Canadians in a Great Adventure - The Undercover War Pays Off - Men of the Special Operations Executive (S.O.E.) risked their lives in a task that helped to free war-torn France; Northern Dolls are a hit down south - Eskimo/Inuit art; Shirley Calling Tokyo - Shirley MacLaine talks to husband Steve Parker; Nice colour photo and write-up of Boston Bruin star Don McKenney; Story about the NHL players with the highest goal/shot ratio; Nipper by Doug Wright. Many great colour ads including super Eaton's centerfold. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: Prince Philip - Royal Patron of Science; Do-it-Yourself Broadway Musicals - twice a year a part-time Hamilton group stages a glamorous and glittering show - the Hamilton Theatre, Inc.; Winnipeg girl who belongs to Paris - Elaine Kennedy Gombault; Grasstronaut - an old space suit relieves a circulatory ailment and a man once bedridden can now walk again - John Pastor of Santa Monica; Raymond Massey Triumphs as a Doctor; Strong Arm Men - a wrist-wrestling contest held in Quebec produces two champions - O'Neil Corriveau and Andre Desbiens; A New Way with Glass - Artist Eric Wesselow creates stained glass with depth and dimension; Campaigning for Laughs - a cross-section of candidates tells about politics' lighter side - stories and pictures from eight political figures; Warren Spahn shows us baseball's $80,000 screwball; Britain brightens up - improving the appearance of buildings; Nipper by Doug Wright. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 31 pages. Features: Canada's first long-distance car rally - Heather Wilson and Margaret Taylor travel 4,098.2 miles; Jack Lemmon went from from Harvard to Hollywood; Milkweed - the Swee-Scented Killer - a common Canadian flower traps many of the insects that pollinate it; Learning how to fall - Judo lessons; Son who sings his mother's songs - Ernie McCulloch of Calgary; Dramatic Canadian Soccer Gamble - $1 million spent to import big-time play - Stanley Mathews, Tony Macedo; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 71 pages. Features: Bob (Robert) Goulet - he finds there is room at the top for hard work; Sweat Equity helps pay for their house - Joe Hodgen and Jeannette MacDonald prepare their new home in Chippawa, Ontario; Fidel Castro - Liberator or Slave-Maker? - a Canadian journalist visits Havana; Tragedy strikes the young duchess - The Duchess of Kent Story, Part 3 of 3; Ventriloquist Carolyn Blythe of the Blue Sky Revue in Verdun, Quebec; Porpoise with a purpose - Even blindfolded, Kathy can find her goal; Tachibana Ballet Institute in Tokyo - bathing helps their ballet; Sober piety and sturdy self-reliance mark the old-world ways of Canada's Mennonites; The Man the Sharks would't eat - Captain Haliburton (Bertie) Himmelman explains what happened to the Giant King 38 years ago; Workshop for Equality - Core, the Congress of Racial Equality, uses non-violence/sit-in strikes; School at Concrete, Washington, has a road beneath it; Charles Mohr, Jr., a University of Wisconsin senior, dies as a result of his first and last boxing knockout; Sid Caesar says "I conquered Shyness"; A new generation of bookworms is invading our libraries - children; The Nipper by Doug Wright; Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1960. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: My holiday ended in a red jail - Milorad Cop went to see his son in Prague and was accused of spying; Marie St. Laurent at the Florida Message Centre helps Canadians down south; Skiing for Eight - On a Budget: Fun-filled weekends are a way of life for the Moore Family (son Tim went on to great success with AMJ Campbell Van Lines); Arlene Phillips Braves the Heights - goes atop buildings with her high-steel worker father Joey Phillips, one of the hereditary chiefs of the Caughnawaga Indian reservation near Montreal; I live for work and love says Melina Mercouri - the star of Never on Sunday; Seat of Trouble - comic; Great colour photos with story about NHL goalies Gump Worsely and Jacques Plante; The Rockefellers Change with the Times - the fourth generation of the family has a different approach to wealth - inclues 8 interesting black and white photos; The Fleet Nobody Wanted - British Columbia's government-owned ferry service (B.C. Ferries); Nipper by Doug Wright. Many great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: Why I Fled Russia - Scientist Dr. Mikhail Klochko's own story of his defection to Canada (part 1 of 4); Mitzi Gaynor's $40,000/week comeback; A Dam to make the Prairie Bloom - The South Saskatchewan River Dam slowly takes shape - great colour photos; Cultivate a new skill or interest and start developing it into an avocation for later years (part 3 of 3); Has Success Spoiled Rudy Pilous - He won the Stanley Cup as coach of the Chicago Black Hawks; Colour Birks Jewelry centerfold; Neil Harnish and his war with the Canadian Army at Camp Gagetown, New Brunswick; Maud Watt - angel of the north brought beaver back to the Quebec wilderness; Nipper by Doug Wright. Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 55 pages. Features: The Dutchess of Kent Story - Princess Marina, child of destiny - and tragedy (part 1 of 3); Window on Jazz Street - Photographer Dennis Stock explores the music-maker's world to produce a book of memorable images; Math's a game to these kids - St. Mary's High School students match wits with a computer in Halifax; Irish-bred horses have a winning way; Debbie Reynolds on her day off; Conscription Crisis of 1944 - The Revolt of the Generals - Part 5 of 5; 69 hours of hell - Nova Scotia skipper Alden Locke of Jordan Bay survives the sinking of the 37 foot Caroline and Eric; A widow who was never a wife - france amends its civil code so Irene Jodart can marry her fiancee, killed in a flood; Coal miners in Doncaster, England visit the beauty parlour for facials; Colour photos of Jack-o'-lanterns; The Nipper by Doug Wright; Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1960. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: The (bilingual) National Theatre School of Canada, located in Montreal; They Expect Miracles of (baseball player) Frank Howard; Dillies by Dali - the famed surrealist applies his ideas to a new medium - the designing of jewelry - with seven colour illustrations; Amanda Blake says "I don't need men" - marriage has no place in the life of the girl TV viewers know as Gunsmoke's Kitty Russell; Maurice Chevalier - the eternal youth; Anatomy of a Wedding - X-ray wedding photos!; Showing the flag - 798 Mini-minor cars are arranged to form a giant Union Jack (with colour photo); They have a word for it - a series of new Canadian dictionaries published by Gage; Essie Johnson - new model missionary - a Canadian works in Northern Rhodesia to prepare the Africans to educate their own people; Colour photos of birds; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 63 pages. Features: Roz (Rosalind) Russel; The Day a U-2 Crash-Landed in Canada - it lay on frozen Wapawekka Lake in Northern Manitoba 46 days before the Powers incident - two colour photos with text; Bridge's Take-Charge Champion - Eric Murray of Toronto readily admits that he is the best player in the world; How a Bursting Star could change our world - British scientist C.M. Cade is an expert on exploding stars called supernovae; Canada helps Nigeria to learn - John G. Egnatoff of the Saskatchewan Teacher's College; Aping their betters - funny chimp photos; 4 in 1 hat; Three Clowns make a movie - Ten Girls Ago; Interesting centerfold entitled 'Seventh Grade Hop'; Le Hibou - hideout for highbrows - Ottawa's wackiest private club; What do your Dreams Mean?; His vision of peace came true - Pastor of Temple Pastures Mission, Dr. Frank Uhlir envisioned a retreat in the Gatineau Hills; Great colour photo of the H.M.C.S. Oriole at sail; Doug Wright photos of the Indianapolis 500; Ann Corio Brings Back Burlesque - a famous stripper's revue evokes nostalgia; Wives of R.C.A.F.-personnel find home-making in foreign lands takes some getting used to; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: I spent a year waiting to be hanged - twice sentenced to the gallows for the murder of a newsboy, this British Columbia cook survived five execution dates - Charles M. Heathman was accused of the murder of Donald Ottley; Two Young French-Canadians delight Montreal audiences by making a Song and Dance about Separatism - Bernard Sicotte and Gilles Richer; How U.S. First Lady Jacqueline (Jackie) Kennedy conquered the world; Aurel Joliat still thrills over that playoff moment with Howie Morenz; Producer in search of more characters - Norma Springford; A Scaasi suit can cost $7,000 - this Canadian designer soars to fashion's peak in New York - Scaasi was born Arnold Isaacs in Montreal; The Mystery of the Giant Lemon - a dwarf tree in a Vancouver suburb yields fruit that weigh as much as 2.5 pounds each; Simple tests that can avert tragedy - PKU, phenylketonuria; Nipper by Doug Wright. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1962. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 39 pages. Features: Adolph Eichmann - his life's work was death; "I'm really too young for mink" - Sandra Dee at 18 (colour photos); Magic Power that is Battling Hunger - MPF - Multi-purpose food is made of wastes which were once thought suitable only for fertilizer and animal feed; Noda, Japan - where everyone loves herons; Colour photos of flowers in the Rockies; Booing fans and the stars they heckle (Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Ab McDonald); The Nipper by Doug Wright; Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1960. First Edition.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 47 pages. Features: The secret delights of the shunpiker - Bill and Vivian Heine have explored the quiet back roads of many parts of Canada; Millie Perkins is Glad She was Fired - the girl film fans knew as Anne Frank is free to fulfill her new ambition - to become an actress; De Gaulle is the Man for Me - Field Marshall Montgomery on leadership towards the resolution of the East-West strife; A spoonful of syrup may stamp out Polio - mobile medical teams test the oral vaccine Sabin in Wedgeport and Comeau Hill, N.S.; School that teaches the three Ps - Poise Posture and Presence - Phyllis Leeman's Pixie School of Modelling in New Westminster, B.C.; Humourous signs keep people off the grass; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 4, 1961

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: The Winnipeg Tribune. Paperback. 63 pages. Features: Nehru - Lonely leader of 500 million; Allen and Sharie Farrell built their vessel Ocean Girl - great photos and text; Carole Reinhart performs in a college orchestra and Salvation Army band in Miami, Florida; I love having my own zoo - Gerald Durrell; Men are Spoiling the Movies - Edmonton-born Dianne Foster; Lord Martin Cecil - Rancher Bishop of the Cariboo - he owns a town and is world leader of a sect that believes illness is caused by 'ill spirits' - 100 Mile House Lodge, British Columbia; Can you judge people?; Room that honour laughter - McGill University establishes a memorial to Stephen Leacock; The Balkheaded Society of Redcliff, Alberta is a highbrow service club that works for the community; Hollywood Boulevard - teenagers take advantage of traffic tangle to scout for dates (photos) - the new 'sport' of cruising; Boxer Tom McNeeley; Ginette Letondal of Montreal makes her mark in Paris; Busman's Holiday for Artists, with paintings by Gabriel Bastien; Nipper by Doug Wright. Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. . Good. 1961. First Edition.

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