The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, April 7, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

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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.

Title: The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, April 7, 1962

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1962

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall

Seller ID: 339a4039

Keywords: The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, April 7, 1962 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,