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Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 19, 1960

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, November 19, 1960

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4034

Condition: Good


55 pages. Features: Archbishop Howard H. Clark, Anglican Primate of All Canada; Miami - City of Intrigue in the Sun - plotters, counter-plotters, gun-runners and exiles from a half-dozen Latin-American lands keep U.S. lawmen busy; How to Improve Your Luck; Colour photos of sweater fashions; Under the Knife - comic; Dog with a Soft Spot for Orphans - a motherly French Bulldog; These Men Are Almost Dead of Thirst - French Hunters Die of Thirst in Sahara; Quebec Novelist Marie-Claire Blais Takes New York in her Stride; Stars on Ice - Stars turn out for the 25th anniversary of the Ice Follies in ... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, January 27, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, January 27, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4035

Condition: Good


39 pages. Features: Wacky ways of Wasting Government Money - Canadians show audacity and enterprise when it comes to dipping into the public purse - The Glassco Commission; How British Actors Conquered Broadway; Pilot Who Saved Eight Lives - R.C.M.P. Pilot Staff Sgt. Robert Lorne Fletcher aids passengers of a U.S.A.F. plane which crashed in Knegland Bay; Mural that Mirrors a City - Stelco gives the city of Hamilton a mural by Franklin Arbuckle; A Tahitian Bride Comes To Canada - Wayne Dewar of Hantsport N.S. and bride Suzanne met during the filming of Mutiny on the Bounty; Nice colour pictur... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, February 17, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, February 17, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4036

Condition: Good


39 pages. Features: U.S. Crime Syndicates are Moving in on Canada (first of two articles); Belles of the Ball - Canadian gals take to bowling in rapidly-increasing numbers; World of Colour the Eye Can't See - crystals viewed under the microscope; Brain Waves Comic; Canadians in a Great Adventure - The Undercover War Pays Off - Men of the Special Operations Executive (S.O.E.) risked their lives in a task that helped to free war-torn France; Northern Dolls are a hit down south - Eskimo/Inuit art; Shirley Calling Tokyo - Shirley MacLaine talks to husband Steve Parker; Nice colour photo and writ... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, March 10, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, March 10, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4037

Condition: Good


39 pages. Features: My holiday ended in a red jail - Milorad Cop went to see his son in Prague and was accused of spying; Marie St. Laurent at the Florida Message Centre helps Canadians down south; Skiing for Eight - On a Budget: Fun-filled weekends are a way of life for the Moore Family (son Tim went on to great success with AMJ Campbell Van Lines); Arlene Phillips Braves the Heights - goes atop buildings with her high-steel worker father Joey Phillips, one of the hereditary chiefs of the Caughnawaga Indian reservation near Montreal; I live for work and love says Melina Mercouri - the star o... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, March 31, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, March 31, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4038

Condition: Good


39 pages. Features: I spent a year waiting to be hanged - twice sentenced to the gallows for the murder of a newsboy, this British Columbia cook survived five execution dates - Charles M. Heathman was accused of the murder of Donald Ottley; Two Young French-Canadians delight Montreal audiences by making a Song and Dance about Separatism - Bernard Sicotte and Gilles Richer; How U.S. First Lady Jacqueline (Jackie) Kennedy conquered the world; Aurel Joliat still thrills over that playoff moment with Howie Morenz; Producer in search of more characters - Norma Springford; A Scaasi suit can cost $7... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, April 7, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, April 7, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4039

Condition: Good


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 - Shop... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 5, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 5, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4040

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: How the tiny St. Roch sailed into fame - with a crew of eight mounties she navigated the Northwest Passage - Skipper Henry Larsen; Mom's A Ballerina - Toronto-born Melissa-Hayden deftly runs home and career; Marsh where the shy swans rest - the peace of Lake Erie beckons to whistlers after their long trip; Camp of Despair in the Congo - UN Soldiers patrol the camp which houses 50,000 Balubas at Elisabethville - graphic photos; Susannah York - a star in the making; Swedes fight to stay neutral - their plan for survival calls for compulsory military training and enormous bla... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 12, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 12, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4041

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: Prince Philip - Royal Patron of Science; Do-it-Yourself Broadway Musicals - twice a year a part-time Hamilton group stages a glamorous and glittering show - the Hamilton Theatre, Inc.; Winnipeg girl who belongs to Paris - Elaine Kennedy Gombault; Grasstronaut - an old space suit relieves a circulatory ailment and a man once bedridden can now walk again - John Pastor of Santa Monica; Raymond Massey Triumphs as a Doctor; Strong Arm Men - a wrist-wrestling contest held in Quebec produces two champions - O'Neil Corriveau and Andre Desbiens; A New Way with Glass - Artist Eric W... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 19, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 19, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4042

Condition: Good


63 pages. Features: Roz (Rosalind) Russel; The Day a U-2 Crash-Landed in Canada - it lay on frozen Wapawekka Lake in Northern Manitoba 46 days before the Powers incident - two colour photos with text; Bridge's Take-Charge Champion - Eric Murray of Toronto readily admits that he is the best player in the world; How a Bursting Star could change our world - British scientist C.M. Cade is an expert on exploding stars called supernovae; Canada helps Nigeria to learn - John G. Egnatoff of the Saskatchewan Teacher's College; Aping their betters - funny chimp photos; 4 in 1 hat; Three Clowns make a m... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 11, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 11, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4043

Condition: Good


39 pages. Features: They gave me up for dead - Audrelyn Speight was driving from Dundas, Ontario to Hamilton when her back was broken in an accident - this pretty accident victim is undaunted ; Summer Stay-at-Homes - artist George Grammat provides colour illustrations of Montreal life; Miami's Problem Visitors - the city bulges with Cuban refugees who won't go elsewhere; Canada's Sunshine Island - Prince Edward Island - nice colour photos; An Unhappy Wife Gives the Gang Away - the Peugeot Kidnapping (part 2 of 2); Road Hogs - Photos of hogs pulling wagon of H.C. Hurley of Echo Bay, Ontario; G... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 18, 1962

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 18, 1962

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4044

Condition: Good


39 pages. Features: Dieppe - the full story - part 1 of 5; Twins with twin tastes - Martine and Celine Letendre; Barrie's Big Brass Band - music is fun, membership an honor for high school kids in this Ontario town - Barrie Collegiate Band; Russians take their clowns seriously - the Moscow Circus comes to Canada; Her Heart is in Hawaii - Mernie Purvis of Kelowna, B.C. markets Hawaiin clothing from six tropical-style grass shacks; Sonny (Liston) Won't See Round Six - with Floyd Patterson feeling as he does; Paintings by John Walsh of scenes at "The Ex" (the CNE); Nipper by Doug Wright.... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 13, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 13, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4045

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: The (bilingual) National Theatre School of Canada, located in Montreal; They Expect Miracles of (baseball player) Frank Howard; Dillies by Dali - the famed surrealist applies his ideas to a new medium - the designing of jewelry - with seven colour illustrations; Amanda Blake says "I don't need men" - marriage has no place in the life of the girl TV viewers know as Gunsmoke's Kitty Russell; Maurice Chevalier - the eternal youth; Anatomy of a Wedding - X-ray wedding photos!; Showing the flag - 798 Mini-minor cars are arranged to form a giant Union Jack (with colour ... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 27, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, May 27, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4046

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: The secret delights of the shunpiker - Bill and Vivian Heine have explored the quiet back roads of many parts of Canada; Millie Perkins is Glad She was Fired - the girl film fans knew as Anne Frank is free to fulfill her new ambition - to become an actress; De Gaulle is the Man for Me - Field Marshall Montgomery on leadership towards the resolution of the East-West strife; A spoonful of syrup may stamp out Polio - mobile medical teams test the oral vaccine Sabin in Wedgeport and Comeau Hill, N.S.; School that teaches the three Ps - Poise Posture and Presence - Phyllis Leem... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, June 3, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, June 3, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4047

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: Judy Garland - a star is reborn (with picture of baby Liza and her parents); Sisterly love that saved a life - Johanna Nightingale of Steinbach Man. receives kidney from her sister Lana; Earl Cox - gardener to a million homes; Justice Minister Davie Fulton visits the Arctic; Ipso Facto's a Lhasa Apso - Virginia Langton's dog; Ginger Coffey is brought to the TV screen - Montreal novelist Brian Moore's book comes to life for a CBC television show; He flips his lid to go fishing - trailer cover doubles as dinghy; Reaction to claims that little league ball is harmful for young... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, July 8, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, July 8, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4048

Condition: Good


31 pages. Features: Canada's first long-distance car rally - Heather Wilson and Margaret Taylor travel 4,098.2 miles; Jack Lemmon went from from Harvard to Hollywood; Milkweed - the Swee-Scented Killer - a common Canadian flower traps many of the insects that pollinate it; Learning how to fall - Judo lessons; Son who sings his mother's songs - Ernie McCulloch of Calgary; Dramatic Canadian Soccer Gamble - $1 million spent to import big-time play - Stanley Mathews, Tony Macedo; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 19, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 19, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4049

Condition: Good


31 pages. Features: How Smugglers try to fool the Mounties; Gatineau Park is a Camper's Paradise; The Deep, Dread-Bolted Thunder - Robert Fontaine's father was afraid of thunderstorms; An Air View of the World's Largest Glacier - Antarctica's huge Beardmore Glacier sits for a unique panoramic portrait; This coach is paid in laughs - squirt softball coach Fred Cederberg of Streetsville, Ontario; Nice Lifesavers ad on back cover; Nipper by Doug Wright. Nice colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked. View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 26, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, August 26, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4050

Condition: Good


31 pages. Features: Queen of the fishing fleet - Mrs. Marie Penny of John Penny and Sons on the Ramea Islands of Newfoundland; Covent Garden's Canadian Invasion - Joseph Rouleau, Jon Vickers, Robert Savoie, Irene Salemka and Andre Turp of the Royal Opera House Company; Joyce Davidson finds the rewards of TV stardom are great; Great photo feature (with text) - Jim Baldwin and Ed Cooper climb the vertical rock face of The Chief, 1,700 foot mountain on the edge of Squamish, B.C.; Les Lear lambasts football 'jugheads' - he won the 1948 Grey Cup with the Calgary Stampeders as a Player/Coach; Lady,... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 9, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 9, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4051

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 ... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 16, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 16, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4052

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: I Like Hollywood Children - so says Montreal artist Eva Prager, who has painted portraits of leading stars' youngsters; I became a spy for the man I loved - Ethel Gee, Harry Houghton and the Lonsdale Spy Ring; Lovely full-page colour ad for Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles; The Royal Commission on Publications; Salute to the Salmon - mosaic depicting salmon swimming upstream is part of a fountain in Nanaimo, B.C. which was a belated centennial gift from the city's Italo-Canadian community - two nice colour photos with text - great Nanaimo history; Man O' War's farewell drama - $... View more info

Image for The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 23, 1961

The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, September 23, 1961

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, The Winnipeg Tribune: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 339a4053

Condition: Good


47 pages. Features: Why girls run away from home - thousands of Canadian girls 'break out' yearly; Major Hockey looks west - Coley Hall spends $250,000 for a new team based in San Francisco's Cow Palace; Nancy Sinatra and Tommy Sands; Yarmouth's 200th Birthday; New hospital design places patient's rooms in ring around service unit - Montreal's new Santa Cabrini Hospital; Christopher Plummer plays Henry II and Richard III in London; The Stained Glass windows of Christ Church, Blackfriars, England; Montreal parapalegic Mike Harling races his sports sedan; Resurrection of a warship - the Swedish... View more info