The Standard, 19 April 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


16"x12.5" when folded in half. Features: Photo-illustrated article on Venezuela and its oil industry; Large photo of "Bustle Beauty" Marilyn Munroe in bustled bikini, wearing outrageous platform shoes; Large colour full-page ad for Waterman's pens; Student Strike at Toronto's Malvern Collegiate after Principal Lorne H. Clarke Dismissed - article with three great pages of photos; Nice full-page colour ad for Tooke shirts; Two amazing pages of photos and text entitled "Troubled Palestine" - Lifting of Martial Law after 15 days brings no end to Terrorist Incidents - Mea Shearim district of Jerusalem; 104th Running of the Grand National - Caughoo, an unknown 100-1 long shot wins; Readers' Letters; We Need to Speed Exports, by Gerald Waring; Bellingham, Washington is fast becoming the centre of entertainment for BC'ers - photo with article; Do Women love Weaklings?; Leonard (Len) Wookey of Callander, Ontario - Successor to the Dionne Quints- photos and article; Some Day - short story by Beth Balcom; What's Doing on Mars? - Sydney Cooper on Rocket Travel; Spanish Maquis - 100,000 strong, they strike at Franco's government - photos and article; Bell the Cat, by Gregory Clark; Come Spring - short story by Eric Cameron; 20-page Colour Comic Section; He Who Whispers, fiction by John Dickson Carr; Devil-Charming Ritual in Vancouver; Bootleg Fur - contraband fox pelts in Ontario; Cancer research at the newly-organized National Cancer Institute of Canada; Pigeon Timber Company's "luxurious" lumber camps in Ontario's Black Sturgeon area north of Lake Superior; Alberta deer being relocated to preserve farmers' crops; Earthquake Man - Edward Mantle of Hamilton; Van Treel and an international Dope Ring Roundup on the West Coast; Sports news; Super colour full-page ad for Northern Electric radios; Photos of romantic hats; Colour ad for the Trans-Canada Telephone System; Photo-illustrated article on fencing in Canada; Back page colour ad for Lux soap featuring great photo of Betty Grable; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine.

Title: The Standard, 19 April 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Ephemera, Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, Quebec, The Montreal Standard Publishing Company: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 319C9412

Keywords: The Standard, 19 April 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper Venezuela and its oil industry; Large photo of "Bustle Beauty" Marilyn Munroe in bustled bikini, wearing outrageous platform shoes; Large colour full-page ad for Waterman's pens; Student Strike at Toronto's Malvern Collegiate after Principal Lorne H. Clarke Dismissed - article with three great pages of photos; Nice full-page colour ad for Tooke shirts; Two amazing pages of photos and text entitled "Troubled Palestine" - Lifting of Martial Law after 15 days brings no end to Terrorist Incidents - Mea Shearim district of Jerusalem; 104th Running of the Grand National - Caughoo, an unknown 100-1 long shot wins; Readers' Letters; We Need to Speed Exports, by Gerald Waring; Bellingham, Washington is fast becoming the centre of entertainment for BC'ers - photo with article; Do Women love Weaklings?; Leonard (Len) Wookey of Callander, Ontario - Successor to the Dionne Quints- photos and article; Some Day - short story by Beth Balcom; What's Doing on Mars? - Sydney Cooper on Rocket Travel; Spanish Maquis - 100, 000 strong, they strike at Franco's government - photos and article; Bell the Cat, by Gregory Clark; Come Spring - short story by Eric Cameron; 20-page Colour Comic Section; He Who Whispers, fiction by John Dickson Carr; Devil-Charming Ritual in Vancouver; Bootleg Fur - contraband fox pelts in Ontario; Cancer research at the newly-organized National Cancer Institute of Canada; Pigeon Timber Company's "luxurious" lumber camps in Ontario's Black Sturgeon area north of Lake Superior; Alberta deer being relocated to preserve farmers' crops; Earthquake Man - Edward Mantle of Hamilton; Van Treel and an international Dope Ring Roundup on the West Coast; Sports news; Super colour full-page ad for Northern Electric radios; Photos of romantic hats; Colour ad for the Trans-Canada Telephone System; Photo-illustrated article on fencing in Canada; Back page colour ad for Lux soap featuring great photo of Betty Grable; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine,