The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 12, 1960

By: Multiple Contributors

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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.

Title: The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 12, 1960

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1960

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

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

Seller ID: 339a4063

Keywords: The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 12, 1960 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,