The Standard, 8 March 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: The Alert and Progressive Civic Government of Arthur, Ontario - photos and nostalgic article; Glamorous Blonde - Lizabeth Scott - photos and article; Winnipeg Auditorium indispensable to City's Life - photos and story; Mary Matheson and her plans to bring books to Australian children; Anschluss - In Reverse - many Germans are seeking new citizenship; Major Article by Jacqueline Sirois - Gambling in Canada; Ottawa's aspirations as a city - with the rest of the country paying; Wonder pill offers hope for thousands of victims of anemia; Tuttle - story by Nicholas Scarlett; U.N. Trouble Shooters - Canadians use their service training to keep smooth the machinery of world piece - article with group photo of Lloyd Herman, Byron Wood and W. Murray Anderson; A Bird in the Hand - story by Gregory Clark; Cyrus Stephen Eaton and Charles Aubrey Eaton - They Represent Finance and Politics in US; Who is Sylvia? - story by Peter Carter-Page; Ontario's Gale Sherwood is Hollywood's newest star - photo and write-up; Pipe Down, You Guys - story by Doris Hedges; Large dramatic photo of tapping of the burning first oil gusher in Alberta's Leduc oil field; Oil Boom in (Leduc) Alberta - article with photos; Montreal police confused by Chinese men - who can't tell them apart!; Photo of man standing before a 108" saw blade in British Columbia; New Nickel find at Lynn Lake, Manitoba - story and photos; 20 page colour comic section; Red Morning - story by Ruby Frazier Frey; Natalie Bury of Vancouver; Leslie Bell - Conductor Extraordinaire - article and photos; SPEBSQSA - Society for the preservation and encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America; Tom Connors of Halifax - he's been collecting sports pictures for 50 years - photo and article; Snooker King - George Chenier - article; Peter Mews - mannequin creator explains how they are made for Clatworthy & Sons of Toronto - great photos and article; Whooping Cough tests in England show promise - photos and story; and more. Unmarked. Average wear and some moisture stains. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine.

Title: The Standard, 8 March 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: 319C9416

Keywords: The Standard, 8 March 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper Progressive Civic Government of Arthur, Ontario - photos and nostalgic article; Glamorous Blonde - Lizabeth Scott - photos and article; Winnipeg Auditorium indispensable to City's Life - photos and story; Mary Matheson and her plans to bring books to Australian children; Anschluss - In Reverse - many Germans are seeking new citizenship; Major Article by Jacqueline Sirois - Gambling in Canada; Ottawa's aspirations as a city - with the rest of the country paying; Wonder pill offers hope for thousands of victims of anemia; Tuttle - story by Nicholas Scarlett; U.N. Trouble Shooters - Canadians use their service training to keep smooth the machinery of world piece - article with group photo of Lloyd Herman, Byron Wood and W. Murray Anderson; A Bird in the Hand - story by Gregory Clark; Cyrus Stephen Eaton and Charles Aubrey Eaton - They Represent Finance and Politics in US; Who is Sylvia? - story by Peter Carter-Page; Ontario's Gale Sherwood is Hollywood's newest star - photo and write-up; Pipe Down, You Guys - story by Doris Hedges; Large dramatic photo of tapping of the burning first oil gusher in Alberta's Leduc oil field; Oil Boom in (Leduc) Alberta - article with photos; Montreal police confused by Chinese men - who can't tell them apart!; Photo of man standing before a 108" saw blade in British Columbia; New Nickel find at Lynn Lake, Manitoba - story and photos; 20 page colour comic section; Red Morning - story by Ruby Frazier Frey; Natalie Bury of Vancouver; Leslie Bell - Conductor Extraordinaire - article and photos; SPEBSQSA - Society for the preservation and encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America; Tom Connors of Halifax - he's been collecting sports pictures for 50 years - photo and article; Snooker King - George Chenier - article; Peter Mews - mannequin creator explains how they are made for Clatworthy & Sons of Toronto - great photos and article; Whooping Cough tests in England,