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The Winnipeg Tribune - Weekend Magazine, October 14, 1961
The Winnipeg Tribune, 1961. 63 pages. Features: How courts price your injuries; The mystery flight of Rudolph Hess (first of 3 parts); Penguin thinks he's people; Carmelites - rare glimpse of a silent world; 10-page life insurance advertising supplement; Policewoman Sally Krowchynski of the Edmonton Flying Police Club; Fantastic full-page colour Jantzen ad featuring a very handsome Jean Beliveau; Educated Dice - the rolling reader contains seven dice with different words on each face - it makes learning to read into a game; Water Beetle - Ray Pastuck converted his Volkswagen into a boat!; Canada's biggest unconfined explosion at Suffield, Alberta - 3 great colour photos - smoke ring; Collector of Militaria - Eduard Kohler of Neuberg, Germany; He Killed in his sleep - Willis Boshears killed Jean Constable; "We flew into Hurricane Carla" - the crew of plane 5 spent five days tracking the worst tropical storm in 60 years, and their reports enabled half a million persons to flee; NHL President Clarence Campbell's 15 years in office; Nipper by Doug Wright. Great colour ads. Average wear. Unmarked.
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