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Image for The Canadian Magazine / Star Weekly, August 10 - August 17, 1968: Rock Group Cream

The Canadian Magazine / Star Weekly, August 10 - August 17, 1968: Rock Group Cream

By: Alderman, Tom; Grescoe, Paul; Brown, Dick; Proudfoot, Dan; Williams, Peter; Benoit, Mme Jehane

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 543g2008

Condition: Good


20 pages. Features: Life in an Ottawa old folks' home; Life on the Road Makes Rock Group Cream turn Sour; The Bank of Montreal's Ladies' Branch on Sherbrooke St. in Montreal; George Fejer, George Eaton, Bill Brack and Craig Fisher - Canadians in Auto Racing - article with colour photos; The Ocean-Going Spies - ships and submarines are used to listen in on emenies; Plum recipes; Doug Wright's Family. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. View more info

Image for SW (Star Weekly) Magazine, July 22, 1967: Royal Tour/The Latest Mod Fashion/Golfer Ben Hogan

SW (Star Weekly) Magazine, July 22, 1967: Royal Tour/The Latest Mod Fashion/Golfer Ben Hogan

By: Collins, Robert; Robertson, John; Buxton, Bonnie; Elwood, Marjorie; McLean, Keitha Dion; Summerton, Margaret

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Canada, Toronto Star Limited: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 543g1994

Condition: Good


42 pages. Features: Behind the Scenes of the Royal Tour of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip - article with great colour photos; Ben Hogan Battles His Toughest Foe - article with colour photos; 60's Fashion - Lick-and Stick Tattoos called Put-Ons - colour photos; The Fruits of July - recipes; Wonderful colour photo centerfold shows huge crowd on Parliament Hill with the Queen; "I Had a Legal Abortion" - a Canadian woman discovers how minor a major operation can be in London's Harley St. 'Circus'; A Memory of Darkness (Part 1 of this novel by Margaret Summerton). Average wear. Unmark... View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 5,1943 - War in Africa

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 5,1943 - War in Africa

By: Fuqua, Stephen O.; Pratt, William V.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1943

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3293

Condition: Good


92 pages. Features: Nice Mimeograph ad shows their duplicator in use in many military offices; Great Fairbanks, Morse & Co. ad shows sub sinking Japanese carrier with caption "The Speak a Language the Japs Understand"; One-page Boeing photo ad for the B-17 shows an Axis plane about to crash land; Marjorie Gestring marries - with photo of her; Brief obituaries for Mrs. Emma G.M. Fall, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sir Edward Beatty, and Ben B. Lindsey; Dramatic Beech Aircraft one-page photo ad shows an AT-11 dropping bombs; Uncommon Cadillac ad shows their new M-5 tank (who knew Cadillac made t... View more info

Image for The Canadian (Magazine) / Star Weekly, December 31, 1966 - January 7, 1967 - Artist Feliks Topolski / Hockey Player Doug Barkley's Recovery from Eye Injury

The Canadian (Magazine) / Star Weekly, December 31, 1966 - January 7, 1967 - Artist Feliks Topolski / Hockey Player Doug Barkley's Recovery from Eye Injury

By: Grant, Maggie; Meyer, Helen; Benoit, Jehane; Proudfoot, Dan

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar Publishers: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 543g2007

Condition: Good


20 pages. Features: The Outstanding Canadians of 1966 - Isabel LeBourdais, Dr. Gustave Gingras, Elaine Tanner, Joseph Papp, Bonny Rush, Georges Lemay, Lili St. Cyr, Jean Drapeau, Norma Lougheed, Dalton Camp, Elmer Sopha, Joey Smallwood, Eric Griffiths, Martine Van Hamel, Harry Jerome, Glenn Hall, Dirk Hoogendoorn, Constable Del Moore, Joe Borowski, Mary English; Photo and brief write-up of Medicine Hat farmer Art Millington and his battle to sell unpasteurized milk; Colour fashion photos 'hide-and-seek sex'; Artist Feliks Topolski; Doug Barkley's fight to recover from a serious hockey eye inj... View more info

Image for The Canadian/Star Weekly Magazine, 29 January - 5 February 1966: Russia Vs. Canada in Hockey / Harry Saltzman Got the James Bond Boom Going

The Canadian/Star Weekly Magazine, 29 January - 5 February 1966: Russia Vs. Canada in Hockey / Harry Saltzman Got the James Bond Boom Going

By: Gzowski, Peter; Mayer, Ian; Batten, Jack; Belanger, John; Stephenson, Bill; Meyer, Helen; Nicol, Eric; Grant, Maggie

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar Publishers: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 319g0993

Condition: Very Good


26 pages. Features: Fantastic Russia vs. Canada hockey photo; Feature Article by Peter Gzowski - The Russians May be as Good as the NHL's Worst - with six sensational colour photos; The Wily Ways of Georges Lemay - he escaped from Dade County Jail; The Flick That Out-Bonds James - The 10th Victim - article with magnificent colour photos of Ursulla Andress, Marcello Mastroianni and Elsa Martinelli; Harry Saltzman - The Canadian Who Got the James Bond Boom Going - article with great full-page photo of Pussy Galore sitting on his lap; Women Can't Cook - Especially in February; The Quo Vadis Scho... View more info

Image for The Canadian Star Weekly Magazine, August 20-27, 1966 - Northern Dancer Cover Photo

The Canadian Star Weekly Magazine, August 20-27, 1966 - Northern Dancer Cover Photo

By: Gzowski, Peter; Sturdy, John Rhodes; Nicol, Eric; Grant, Maggie; Meyer, Helen

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Canada, The Toronto Star: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 319g0991

Condition: Good


22 pages. Features: Fantastic feature article on Canadian racehorse Northern Dancer - with colour photos, including front cover; Canada's Gulf Islands - where life is lazy and lovely and the pensioners take taxis for beer; "Today's girls are just too Dangersou" - humour by Eric Nicol; Interesting colour centerfold ad for sandwiches, sponsored by the Bakers of Canada; Jessie Gray - The First Lady of Canadian Surgery; Spirit of '66 fashion photo section; The Great Red Tape Run-Around - how provincial bureaucrats waste time and money. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 6, 1947 - Passing of W.C. Fields

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, January 6, 1947 - Passing of W.C. Fields

By: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1947

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3317

Condition: Fair


72 pages. Features: Giving credit to Ed Uhl, AUS, for his help in the development of the bazooka; Nice International Harvesteer ad presents their crawlers, tractors and trucks; Nostalgic ad for the Highway Trailers Company; Sugar still rationed; Photo and article on W.C. Fields; Soviet Army pulls out of central Europe; Nice color Nash car ad; Indo-Chinese Puzzle; 22nd World Zionist Congress wraps up answering No to the question "Should the Congress authorize the Jewish Agency to participate in the London conference on Palestine in January?"; Irgun captures British troops and flogs th... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 19, 1936 - Exposing the Communist College in America

Liberty Magazine (Canadian Edition) April 19, 1936 - Exposing the Communist College in America

By: Leavitt, C.; Babson, N.; Davenport, G.; Green, B.; Deil, D.; Leath, R.; Green, W.; Wendel, P.; Wayling, T.; Bulloch, N.; Jackson, N.; Doherty, E.; Vidal, E.; Kropotkin, Princess A.

Price: $299.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Weekly of Canada, Ltd: 1936

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301g3423

Condition: Fair


70 pages. Features: Lovely colour ad for British Consols cigarettes inside front cover; Nice Birks-sponsored ad for Challenger Watches features photo of British film star Anna Neagle; Editorial - Money and the Christmas Spirit - an argument for people to spend liberally; Should Canada Increase Her Navy? - an urgent plea for greater protection of our merchant ships; Rah, Rah, Russia! - America's communist "Commonwealth College" (near Mena, Arksnsas) - article with photos, including Dr. Lucien Koch; Nice one-page colour ad for Good Year studded tires shows car plowing through mud; When... View more info

Image for Star Weekly and Canadian Weekly (Magazine), 23 November 1963 *SASKATCHEWAN FEATURE*

Star Weekly and Canadian Weekly (Magazine), 23 November 1963 *SASKATCHEWAN FEATURE*

By: Locke, Jeannine

Price: $129.95

Publisher: Toronto, Star Weekly: 1963

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357c5209

Condition: Good


20 pages. Feature: Cover photo of the farm of Tom Pearce on Regina Plains; Saskatchewan - Jeannine Locke returns to her home province with photographer Michel Lambeth and finds Saskatchewan is still "The Best of All Possible Places"; Nice full-page colour photo of Charlie Brockwell, turkey farmer near Yorkton, the Turkey Capital of Canada; Average wear. Few short tears. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Image for Star Weekly Magazine, 20 September 1958

Star Weekly Magazine, 20 September 1958

By: McGeary, W.L.; Sloman, Fred; Korman, Seymour; Buchwald, Art; Lloyd Lockhart; Coulter, Tex; Gibson, John E.; Nicol, James Y.; Jacobs, Stanley S.; Rohan, Mag; Halliday, Hugh M.; Hilliard, Harold; Barrett, William E.; Murray, Kathryn;

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Toronto, Toronto Star Limited: 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g0620

Condition: Fair


52 pages. Features: Cover photo of sulphur storage in B.C.'s Peace River Country; The Day the Yanks Flew Through Hell - treetop bombing of Romania's Ploesti oil refineries by 163 giant B-24 Liberators on August 1, 1943 - article with photos and illustration; Nice colour photo full-page ad for Ogilvie Macaroon Mixes; The 500 Children I Short-Changed - Fred Sloman taught school in Northern Ontario between Capreol and Foleyet for 40 years but feels there were many children he could have helped more than the many he did - article by him, with photos; Nice full-page ad for Lux soap featuring Mitzi... View more info

Image for Star Weekly - The Canadian Magazine: December 7, 1968 *LORNE GREENE FAMILY COVER PHOTO*

Star Weekly - The Canadian Magazine: December 7, 1968 *LORNE GREENE FAMILY COVER PHOTO*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Canada, Publisher Not Stated: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357a4631

Condition: Good


35 pages. Features: Why Lorne Greene will stop playing Ben Cartwright (of the Bonanaza TV show) - a singularly fascinating article by Paul Grescoe which peaks on page 4 when Mr. Greene recounts a personal 1939 experience in which not only America's involvement in the coming WWII was predicted, but also how America would come to be the stronghold of Fascism some years later; Coaltown, Canada - Michel, B.C.; They Paddled Across the Prairies - Karl and Alan Friesen paddled from Calgary to Winnipeg; Heart Attack Survivors Take Heart - now heart specialists believe you can and should get out of b... View more info

Image for Star Weekly, The Canadian Magazine: 31 May 1969 *ESCAPE FROM EAST GERMANY*

Star Weekly, The Canadian Magazine: 31 May 1969 *ESCAPE FROM EAST GERMANY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Canada, Toronto Star: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357a4632

Condition: Good


31 pages. Features: Escape from East Germany - Part 1 - by Gary Hart, as told to Paul Grescoe; "A Better Bet Than Pierre" - Liberal M.P. David Anderson may be the most eligible bachelor in Ottawa; The Quiet Resentment of Joe Zuger, Hamilton Tiger Cat (Ti-Cat) Quarterback; We Finally have a National Arts Centre; Your Name Can Date You; Trapped in the Ghetto - Canada's largest Indian slum in Winnipeg; Doug Wright's Family. Laid in is a 12-page Star Weekly novel entitled "The Short Night" plus a 16 page supplement entitled Star Weekly - Canadian Panorama. Moderate wear. Unmark... View more info

Image for The Canadian Magazine (Star Weekly) 13 June 1970 *REMEMBER TUPPERWARE PARTIES?*

The Canadian Magazine (Star Weekly) 13 June 1970 *REMEMBER TUPPERWARE PARTIES?*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357c5011

Condition: Good


Features: The Home Party Pitch - selling products through home sales parties - Tupperware and others; Paul Rimstead article on pool champion George Chenier, aged 63 - The loneliness of an old master, with great colour photo; Car Theft - wrecked Ontario cars morph with stolen Montreal cars - theft to order, theft by owner arrangement; theft for resale, theft for parts; Schussing the sands - in 1939 Robert Cote begain sand skiiing the north bank of the St. Lawrence at Tadoussac - the sport has taken off - colour photos; Maggie Grant column; Snake Charmers - fashion photos; Strawberry Recipes; Cy... View more info

Image for The Star Weekly Magazine, 15 March 1958 *Canada's Busiest Party Givers, in Vancouver*

The Star Weekly Magazine, 15 March 1958 *Canada's Busiest Party Givers, in Vancouver*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $295.00

Publisher: Toronto, The Toronto Star Limited: 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534c6800

Condition: Good


56 pages. Cover photo of sport fisherman using an outboard motor which 'has replaced oars for fishermen'. Features: The Golden Key, by Lee Russell; When the Risk Overshadows the Skill - Roger Bannister blames the 'criminal negligence' of braggarts for tragedies which mar sport; Classy colour ad for Chef Boy-Ar-Dee canned Ravioli; Canada's Busiest Party Givers - Mr. and Mrs. F. Ronald Graham of Marine Drive in Vancouver - with enough dishes for 700 people - nice photos; Dictatorship due for France? - article by George Langelaan with photos; The Low-Down on Hi-Fi - how to tell what you get for... View more info

Image for Liberty Magazine, May 30, 1942 *WHAT'S AHEAD FOR CANADIAN BUSINESS?*

Liberty Magazine, May 30, 1942 *WHAT'S AHEAD FOR CANADIAN BUSINESS?*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty Weekly of Canada: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 825c7804

Condition: Very Good


50 pages. Features: Nice ad for Arrow shirts inside front cover; Editorial entitled 'Quisling Words' is an interesting discussion of free speech in time of war; What's Ahead for Canadian Business? - predictions by Hugh A. Mackenzie, Director of the Division of Simplified Practice, Wartime Prices and Trade Board (formerly a star quarterback for the Toronto Argonauts); Vidkun Quisling - The man behind the hated name; Follow Your Heart - story by Paul Ernst; What to do about maintaining your car during the wartime shortages; How to be a Fireman in 30 Easy Lessons; Channel Port, by Leonard Lee; H... View more info

Image for Star Weekly Magazine, 9 December 1961 *Nancy Kwan Cover Photo*

Star Weekly Magazine, 9 December 1961 *Nancy Kwan Cover Photo*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canada, Toronto Star Limited: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 349c8816

Condition: Fair


40 pages. Features: The Fallout Shelter Dilemma - are they useless and immoral or a dire necessity?; Nice colour Campbell's Soup ad; Colour-photo ad for the 1962 Chevrolet; Goodwill in Coventry - Germans return to Coventry to repair the Cathedral their country destroyed in 1940 - Operation Reconciliation - with photos; Photos from various holiday movies; Recruiting ad for Canadian peacekeeping soldiers; Photos from movie El Cid - Legend of Spain; Nancy Kwan in photos from movie Flower Drum Song; Singer Sewing Machine centerfold colour ad; New Man in Saskatchewan - Woodrow S. Lloyd takes the p... View more info

Image for The Star Weekly Magazine, 1 September 1951 *Baby Prince Charles Cover Photo*

The Star Weekly Magazine, 1 September 1951 *Baby Prince Charles Cover Photo*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, The Toronto Star: 1951

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 749g0616

Condition: Good


32 pages. Prince Charles baby photos, including cover photo. Other royal family photos; Japanese police photos; Ostrich farming photos; photos of gathering eggs from seabirds on England's cliffs; Colour ad for the Studebaker Champion; Freda Shetler of Ferndale, WA - sulky driver; Ottawa suburban well baby clinic photos; Spectacular colour centerfold ad for Heinz ketchup; Missionary students at the Moody Bible institute learn to fly; Royal Canadian Air Force ad; Photos at Switzerland's Sanatorium Universitaire; Nice colour Waterman's pen ad; Photos of Wellesley college's doll collection; Plas... View more info

Image for Golf World - A Weekly Golf Magazine, 26 October (Oct.), 1956, Vol. 10, No. 21 - Cover Photo of Mr. And Mrs. Eric T. Clauson of St. Petersburg, Florida

Golf World - A Weekly Golf Magazine, 26 October (Oct.), 1956, Vol. 10, No. 21 - Cover Photo of Mr. And Mrs. Eric T. Clauson of St. Petersburg, Florida

By: O'Neil, Tom: Editor

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Pinehurst, North Carolina, Golf World: 1956

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 336h0618

Condition: Good


16 pages. Features: Roberts and Lynch tie; Moe Norman's amateur status doubted - he is removed from the Canadian team for the Americas Cup matches in Mexico; Betty Dodd Triumphs; Photos of Bob Prall, Lou Tobin, Pross Clark and Cliff Whittle; Group photo of winning British pro team including Eric Lester, Christy O'Connor, Peter Mills, John Panton, Eric Brown, Harry Weetman, Peter Allis, Sid Scott, Henry Cotton and Harry Bradshaw; Five photos from the North and South Seniors; Photos of Dale Fleming, Natasha Matson, Jim Breen, Judy Bell and John Hyden; Photos of the Ormond Beach Women's Golf Ass... View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 9, 1942: Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel)

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, February 9, 1942: Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel)

By: Pratt, William V.; Fuqua, Stephen O.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1942

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3289

Condition: Fair


68 pages. Features: Brief obituaries for Capt. James H. Cook, M. Sayle Taylor, William Fortune, Madame Hranoush Bey, and Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick; Jap threat in Pacific Grows; Sea Strategy of the Japanese Thrust; Singapore Siege; Battle of Macassar Strait; Bloody Bataan; Defensive Tactics of Germans Wring Praise from the Reds; Photo (from last year) of crashed Russian pilot being interrogated by Germans; Hawaii is a testing ground for command; Churchill wins showdown by Parliament still testy; Charles Yoshii is the voice of Japan's Lord Haw Haw; Photos of Sir Stafford Cripps and James Maxto... View more info

Image for The Canadian/Star Weekly Magazine, 25 February - 4 March 1967 - Carl Brewer Cover

The Canadian/Star Weekly Magazine, 25 February - 4 March 1967 - Carl Brewer Cover

By: Rimstead, Paul; Rasky, Frank; Lautens, Gary; Buxton, Bonnie; Hughes, Barry Conn; Eber, Dorothy; Gougeon, Helen; Grant, Maggie

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Toronto, Southstar Publishers: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 319g0994

Condition: Good


36 pages. Features: Great cover photo of hockey player Carl Brewer; Feature article - The Tensions that torture my friend, Carl Brewer - with six colour photos; Fantastic full-page colour photo for Chrysler cars; The Japanese are Coming to Canada's great open spaces - article with photos explain how Canada's immigration policy is opening to Asians; Gary Lautens' St. Bernard has cost him $3,650 over the past nine years; The Fair Isle Flourish - Colour fashion photos; Air Canada colour centerfold promotes their flights to Moscow, and other destination across the Atlantic; Expo on the Cheap - ar... View more info