The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 9, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

63 pages. Features: I betrayed my country and the woman I love - the Lonsdale spy ring - Harry Houghton is now serving 15 years for selling British naval secrets to the Russians (Part 1 of 2); Pirates with the (Sir Tyrone) Guthrie Touch - a famed director brings Gilbert and Sullivan back to life; Robert Goulet lets his hair go straight again; TLC - a new way with the mentally ill - a new PEI program of placing patients with foster families - key figure is Mary Farmer; Tommy Douglas tackles a new job - as New Democratic Party (NDP) leader he admits "it's going to be tough" - he leaves Regina for Ottawa - lengthy text with many photos; Noel Coward's musical Sail Away; A Tartan reflects Muskoka's Charms - Mrs. Eileen Kirkvaag; Canary Islanders have a whistle language; Decorative hats (helmets) for motoring women; Great young Canadian runners Bruce Kidd of Toronto and Walter Williams of Minto New Brunswick; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked.