The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, March 10, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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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.