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The American Subscription Catalog, Season of 1937-1938 "Bringing You Magazines at the Best Prices", Author Not Stated
1 Author Not Stated The American Subscription Catalog, Season of 1937-1938 "Bringing You Magazines at the Best Prices"
USA (Ad hoc) Winnipeg Committee of Unemployed Youth and Veterans of the Great Depression 1937 First Edition Paperback Very Good 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall 
A thirty-one page, two-colour promotional booklet for many of the highest circulation magazines of the day, complete with contemporary subscription rates. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A wonderful vintage collectible! 
Price: 79.95 USD
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The Canadian Author and Bookman, December 1945, Clay, Charles: Editor
2 Clay, Charles: Editor The Canadian Author and Bookman, December 1945
Ottawa Canadian Authors' Association 1945 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
64 pages. Features: How do I Write? - Hugh MacLennan; Of Bread, Art, and Masterpieces - Philip Child; Where are Canada's Literary Critics? - Dana Doten; The Writer and his Audience - E.J. Pratt; Profit in School Book Writing - Claude E. Lewis; How to Win Prize Contests - Will E. Intersoll; Snappy Book Salesmanship - Philip H. Moore. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 1976 - Special American Ephemera Issue, Hoving, Thomas; Byrne, Janet S. (Curator)
3 Hoving, Thomas; Byrne, Janet S. (Curator) The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Spring 1976 - Special American Ephemera Issue
New York MOMA 1976 First Edition Paperback Good Stapled 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. "This issue devoted to American ephemera and accompanies an exhibition that opens in May... Here is a selection of the vivid, brash, funny, poignant paper that diverted our ancestors - advertisements for clipper ships and stove polish, superbly printed posters, cigar bands too beautiful to throw away, pinups with improbably proportions, the wallpaper used to decorate the top of a hatbox, and, in the center of the magazine, a doll and all her finery to cut out." - from page 1. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this colorful and beautiful issue. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No.31 - March (Mar.) 1974  - Ray Bradbury Interview, Kane, Joe (Editor); Wasserman, Jeff; Haydock, Ron; Wnoroski, Jim; et al
4 Kane, Joe (Editor); Wasserman, Jeff; Haydock, Ron; Wnoroski, Jim; et al The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No.31 - March (Mar.) 1974 - Ray Bradbury Interview
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1974 First Edition Paperback Fair Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: War of the Worlds - frightening filmbook of the 1953 movie; Martians in the comics; Monster-Maker Paul Blaisdell and how he created menacing martian IT!; Ray Bradbury Writes Again! - exclusive interview; Monster Scene from Mars; The Three Stooges in Orbit; Nostalgic look at the night America freaked out to 'War of the Worlds"; Color Mars-themed centerfold present but is of little value as a coupon has been clipped from its backside); 50's film Invaders From Mars; and more. Harmless coupon clipped from page 24 where prior owner crossed off the items he/she did not wish to purchase, otherwise unmarked. Average wear. Moderately age-toned. Despite the two clippings described, this remains a great vintage item due to its Mars/martian content and the great Ray Bradbury interview. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 16 - 18, October (Oct.) 1972, Kane, Joe: Editor
5 Kane, Joe: Editor The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 16 - 18, October (Oct.) 1972
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: Mighty Joe Demands His Rights; The Kollege of Komical Knowledge - Prof. Michael Uslan's Indiana U. course on comics; Vincent Price and "Dr. Phibes Rises Again"; Monsters in the News; "I'm Green and Proud"; Godzilla for President - great souvenir centerfold; Return of Court Yorga; Part II of Jim Wnoroski's survey of monsters; Fanzine 'Phase' is reviewed; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 20 - March (Mar.) 1973 - Star Trek Super Salute, Kane, Joe: Editor
6 Kane, Joe: Editor The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 20 - March (Mar.) 1973 - Star Trek Super Salute
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1973 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: 20 Million Miles to Earth; Warp's the Word; Conqueror One; Your Complete Star Trek Review Guide; A Model Mr. Spock; Keep on Trekkin! (fantastic color centerfold features Mr. Spock in the 70's theme of 'Keep on Truckin'); Star Trek Yellow Pages; Star Trek Book Reviews; TMT Mailbag; Fu Wants You!; Ticks & Kicks; Fanzine Round-up. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 22 - May 1973, Kane, Joe: Editor
7 Kane, Joe: Editor The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 22 - May 1973
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1973 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: The Green Slime are Here; E.C. Does It - The Vault of Horror; The Monster Scene That Conquired the World; The Studio That Dripped with Blood - England's Shepperton Studios; A Kline Kollector's Klassic - a look at a new Robert Kline portfolio; Ghidrah & Godzilla & Ghidrah & Ghidrah - Godzilla is back, with unkind words for three-headed Ghidrah; Color Centerfold illustration of Monster Mount Rushmore; Incisive report on Gene Roddenberry's latest TV space opera, Genesis II; Results of first TMT Monster Poll; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality copy. 
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 25 - August (Aug.) 1973  - The Horror of the Fly!, Kane, Joe: Editor
8 Kane, Joe: Editor The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 25 - August (Aug.) 1973 - The Horror of the Fly!
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1973 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: Horror of the Fly; C.C. Beck; Joe Thomasino reviews 'The Trouble with Tribbles'; Return of the Late Film Round-up; Bill Feret profiles the screen's greatest screamers in 'Monster Meets Girl'; Great color Fly centerfold; Return of the Revenge of the Son of the Monster Scene; Five Fingers of Greed - a report on the new Kung Fu craze in films and TV; Werewolves on Wheels; Interview with Russell Myers, creator of comic witch Broom-Hilda; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 24 - July 1973  - The Monster's Bill of Rights, Kane, Joe: Editor; Talbot, Lon; Wolverton, Basil; Haydock, Ron;
9 Kane, Joe: Editor; Talbot, Lon; Wolverton, Basil; Haydock, Ron; The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 24 - July 1973 - The Monster's Bill of Rights
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1973 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: The Monster's Bill of Rights; Rodan, Toho's first flying monster; Mad Mr. Bill Wolverton; Monster Scene that Conquered the World; Theatre of Blood - preview of Vincent Price's most violent vehicle in years; Rodan color centerfold; Steranko Strikes Again! - Volume II of his history of comics is reviewed here; Werewolf Goes West - a super-strip by Frank Brunner; Last of the Planet of the Apes - the fifth of five entries - Caesar's Last Stand; Blood Feast!; Candid TMT staff shots; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality vintage copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 26 - September (Sept.) 1973  - Destroy All Monsters!, Kane, Joe: EditorMurdock, Tom; Pasko, Marty; Leider, R. Allen; Cushing, Carl; Bojarski, Richard; Gerani, Gary; Feret, Bill
10 Kane, Joe: EditorMurdock, Tom; Pasko, Marty; Leider, R. Allen; Cushing, Carl; Bojarski, Richard; Gerani, Gary; Feret, Bill The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 26 - September (Sept.) 1973 - Destroy All Monsters!
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1973 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
32 pages. Features: Destroy All Monsters! - The battle cry that could save the world!; Report from Metropolis, Illinois - the home of Superman; Mystery of the Wax Museum - rediscovery of classic fright film; Monsters in Media; The Strange Case of Rondo Hatton; Star Trek's Back! - new Saturday morning cartoon feature; Super color centerfold with 10 monsters says "Destroy All Monsters"; Beasts in Brooklyn - Godzilla and friends destroy Canarsie; The Hot Stills Racket; New York Comic Art Convention Report; News Round-up; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 5 - 29, March (Mar.) 1972, McNaughton, Chuck: Editor
11 McNaughton, Chuck: Editor The Monster Times - The World's First Newspaper of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Volume 1, No. 5 - 29, March (Mar.) 1972
New York The Monster Times Publishing Company 1972 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall Ominous, N.: Cover 
32 pages. Features: Confessions from the Black Lagoon; The Memoirs of Gilbert "Gill" Gillman; Revenge of the Creatures; Tarzan's Writer/Artist Joe Kubert Tells All in Exclusive Interview; Star Trek Revisited; Superheroes of the 70's; Esquire Ogles Monsterdom; Mushroom Monsters or The Day the World Ended & Ended, Part 3; ABC - Atomics & Beasts = Creepy Creatures; Great color monster centerfold; Slay it Again, Sam - Bogey's Only Monster Film; Roger Corman Meets Edgar Allan Poe (part 2); A Gnowing Obsession, Chapter 2; The Raven; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Moderately age-toned. A quality copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Michigan - What's Behind It's Economic Boom? Special Advertising Supplement to the New York Times, May 10, 1964 (Section 12), Michigan Department of Economic Expansion; Mullendore, Bill; Wixom, Charles W.
12 Michigan Department of Economic Expansion; Mullendore, Bill; Wixom, Charles W. Michigan - What's Behind It's Economic Boom? Special Advertising Supplement to the New York Times, May 10, 1964 (Section 12)
New York The New York Times 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davenport, John 
20 pages. Describes Michigan's economic climb, its advantages for industrial development and its outstanding facilities for recreation. Features: Large ad for the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce inside front cover; New Spirit, Automobile Demand Lift Michigan to Economic Heights - article with photo of Governor George Romeny with school kids; Rare one-page Chrysler ad features large photo of their experimental turbine car and caption "It's Great to be born in Michigan"; Michigan Assumes Leadership (article); One-page American Motors ad features Michigan as the 'nerve center' of its operations; Labor Assists in State's Growth; Kellogg's (of Battle Creek) ad features boy on 'Rube Goldberg' homemade scateboard; Half-page ad for the National Bank of Detroit; One-page ad for the Consumer's Power Company; Nice color centerfold state map identifies industrial and recreational points of interest; Detroit Bank & Trust ad; Article on the state's energy supply, with photo of the Detroit-Edison nuclear plant in Monroe County; Article on Michigan's R&D capabilities; One-page photo-illustrated Detroit-Edison ad; Half-page photo-ad for Detroit's Hudson's department store; Back cover color ad for the Michigan Consolidated Gas Company; and more. Moderately tanned with age. Unmarked. Binding intact. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. A wonderful memento of brighter days in the Wolverine State. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Happy Motoring - Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical Volume 21, Number 4: Special "Odd" Items About Canada Issue, Multiple Contributors
13 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring - Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical Volume 21, Number 4: Special "Odd" Items About Canada Issue
Toronto, Canada Imperial Oil/Esso 1960 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: the Garden of Wonders at Montreal's LaFontaine Park; Tiny Chapel in the badlands near Drumheller; Saint John County Court House remarkable stairway - no posts; Stalactites in Ontario - the Bonnechere Caves; The West's First Post Office - on Winnipeg's Higgins Ave; Little Lake Manitou, Saskatchewan; Acadian heritage; Buddies on the Border - the New Brunswick/Maine border; Land of Monsters -Okanagan's Ogopogo; Little Britches Dude Ranch at Patricia, Alberta; Car Maintenance points to check. Small piece missing from lower corner of front cover. A sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Happy Motoring, Volume 18, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical, Multiple Contributors
14 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring, Volume 18, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical
Toronto Imperial Oil/Esso 1957 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Canadian Castles; Where Prairie and Mountain Meet - Waterton Lakes National Park; Anne's Gables are still Green on Prince Edward Island (PEI); The Healing Springs of British Columbia - Radium Hot Springs, Harrison Hot Springs; A Canadian Trail in Minnesota - a nine mile portage used by early explorers including la Verendrye, the Alexander Henrys, Alex. Mackenzie, David Thompson, and John Tanner, the first white boy to live on the Manitoba prairie - the portage connects Fort Charlotte with Grand Portage/Lake Superior; Catching and Curing Salmon... the Indian way. Illustrated with black and white photos. Average wear. A sound copy of this nice vintage issue. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Happy Motoring, Volume 19, Number 3 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring, Volume 19, Number 3 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical
Toronto Imperial Oil/Esso 1958 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: British Columbia - a century of progress - with story and photos; Canada's cradle of celtic culture - St. Ann's, The Gaelic College in Nova Scotia; Rocky Mountain Motorcade - 100-car, 300-man motorcade pioneers 125-mile route from Rocky Mountain House to the Banff-Jasper highway - super photos!; Quebec City's 350th Birthday; Motoring at Fort Churchill; Echoes from an old coach road - highway 33 between Trenton and Kingston. Illustrated with black and white photos. Average wear. Bit of writing on back cover. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Happy Motoring, Volume 19, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring, Volume 19, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical
Toronto Imperial Oil/Esso 1958 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Up and down the Laurentians; the dramatic Deas Island Tunnel - article with great photos; Through the Annapolis Valley; Take your children to Storybook Gardens, a project of the London Public Utilities Commission (PUC); History with a high fence - Fort Macleod has captured much of southern Alberta's history and put a stockade around it; Time for all - public clocks in Canada; Imperial has already printed 25 million road maps!. Illustrated with black and white photos. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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Happy Motoring, Volume 20, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring, Volume 20, Number 5 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical
Toronto Imperial Oil/Esso 1959 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: Ski trails of Banff National Park; Le Royaume du Saguenay; Nova Scotia "Campsite" - the Cabot Trail; Postage Stamp Motoring; Odd items about Canada - The "Coleman" Frog (as big as a dog!), Pount Pelee - south of the northmost part of California!, Ukrainian 'Bush' House of God, near Neepawa and Minnedosa, Farthest east home in Canada; Along the Yukon Trail; photo of Imperial's and probably North America's, first service station, opened in Vancouver in 1908; North to Buffalo Narrows. Illustrated with black and white photos. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Happy Motoring, Volume 21, Number 1 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical *Special Camping Issue*, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Happy Motoring, Volume 21, Number 1 - an Imperial Oil/Esso Periodical *Special Camping Issue*
Toronto Imperial Oil/Esso 1960 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: How to pack your car or station wagon; Selecting your campsite; Setting up and protecting equipment; Weekend camping gear; Tips for camp cooking; Good camping books. Illustrated with black and white photos. Average wear. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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The Standard, 15 March 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper - COVER PHOTO OF HOCKEY GOALIE WILLIAM "LEGS" FRASER IN ACTION, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors The Standard, 15 March 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper - COVER PHOTO OF HOCKEY GOALIE WILLIAM "LEGS" FRASER IN ACTION
Montreal, Quebec The Montreal Standard Publishing Company 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Newspaper Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
16"x12.5" when folded in half. Features: Fantastic colour photo of Ottawa Senators' hockey goalie "Legs" Fraser; Photo-illustrated story of Britain's unprecedented cold wave which has caused a grave national economic crisis; Colour full-page ad for Sunkist oranges; The Canadian Red Cross Society Plans for the Future - article and photos; Blueprints for Prize-Winning kitchens; Article and Photos of the Montreal Stock Exchange; Conflict at the Poles - Science vies with military might for knowledge of the ice regions, by Talbot Johnson; Gladys Strum - Canada's only woman MP - article and photo; New products based on silicone derivatives are on the way, by Sydney Cooper; "Have You Anything to Declare?" - border humour story illustrated by Peter Whalley; Mrs. Foley - Conspirator - short story by W.H. Wilson; Making the News - how publicity men can sell anything from lipsticks to books; Always Prepared! - Thata's Us, story by Gregory Clark; Large photo of Norman Falkner - Canada's only one-legged figure skater!; Perhaps Tomorrow - short story by Larry Clarke; Bootleg Gold Ring - article with photos about U.S. law enforcement and its efforts to fight the flow of gold into the U.S. across the Canadian border; Marcel Said - President of the Master Ladies' Hairdressers and Wigmakers Guild - photo and article; Portable fish filleting plant in Saskatchewan; Saga of Sway - the world's longest wooden floating bridge in the world across Ontario's Lake Chemong - article and photo; Jury Justice - Thomas Daniel of Winnipeg acquitted of murdering David Gentles; Tony Camillo - Vancouver's four-year-old opera singer; George "Bus" Edwards of Cobourg, Ontario - photo of his amazing snowmobile; Man of the Week - Alberta U. Chancellor Dr. G. Fred McNally; 20 page colour comic section; Book of the Week - Remember Me, by Edward F. Meade; Struggle on for Leadership of Synthetic Chemical Field, by Thomas F. Reynolds; Appeal to Canadians for aid for Europeans in their war-ravaged lands; Sports News; Sightless Swimmers at the Ottawa Y.M.C.A.; Full-page colour ad for the 1947 Pontiac; Acrobatic Ottawa Senator Goalie William "Legs" Fraser - article and super photos; Wyoming Buffalo Hunt - Sponsors Decide Bow and Arrow Deaths Too Slow and Brutal After Experimental Chase - grim photos; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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The Standard, 19 April 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors The Standard, 19 April 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper
Montreal, Quebec The Montreal Standard Publishing Company 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
16"x12.5" when folded in half. Features: Photo-illustrated article on Venezuela and its oil industry; Large photo of "Bustle Beauty" Marilyn Munroe in bustled bikini, wearing outrageous platform shoes; Large colour full-page ad for Waterman's pens; Student Strike at Toronto's Malvern Collegiate after Principal Lorne H. Clarke Dismissed - article with three great pages of photos; Nice full-page colour ad for Tooke shirts; Two amazing pages of photos and text entitled "Troubled Palestine" - Lifting of Martial Law after 15 days brings no end to Terrorist Incidents - Mea Shearim district of Jerusalem; 104th Running of the Grand National - Caughoo, an unknown 100-1 long shot wins; Readers' Letters; We Need to Speed Exports, by Gerald Waring; Bellingham, Washington is fast becoming the centre of entertainment for BC'ers - photo with article; Do Women love Weaklings?; Leonard (Len) Wookey of Callander, Ontario - Successor to the Dionne Quints- photos and article; Some Day - short story by Beth Balcom; What's Doing on Mars? - Sydney Cooper on Rocket Travel; Spanish Maquis - 100,000 strong, they strike at Franco's government - photos and article; Bell the Cat, by Gregory Clark; Come Spring - short story by Eric Cameron; 20-page Colour Comic Section; He Who Whispers, fiction by John Dickson Carr; Devil-Charming Ritual in Vancouver; Bootleg Fur - contraband fox pelts in Ontario; Cancer research at the newly-organized National Cancer Institute of Canada; Pigeon Timber Company's "luxurious" lumber camps in Ontario's Black Sturgeon area north of Lake Superior; Alberta deer being relocated to preserve farmers' crops; Earthquake Man - Edward Mantle of Hamilton; Van Treel and an international Dope Ring Roundup on the West Coast; Sports news; Super colour full-page ad for Northern Electric radios; Photos of romantic hats; Colour ad for the Trans-Canada Telephone System; Photo-illustrated article on fencing in Canada; Back page colour ad for Lux soap featuring great photo of Betty Grable; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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