The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 4, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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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.