The Standard, 22 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: Fascinating photos and text present harsh life behind bars for Netherlands black market criminals; Beautiful large photo of Penny Edwards - discovered for movies because of her 'lovely legs'; Colour ad for Chase & Sanborn coffee; Armadillos on Texas Farm turned into lampshades by Mr. Apelt; King of Lumberjacks - Benoit Turcotte averages 3.5 cords a day - fantastic photos and text *Will be of considerable interest to anyone who has marvelled at William Kurelek's book "Lumberjack"; Icebreaker - opening of Stl Lawrence ship channel marks the first coming of spring - with photos of icebreaker the N.B. McLean at work in the St. Lawrence; Experiment in Socialism - A.J. Cummings reviews Labor's 20 months of office in London; Bulls and Banderilleros - Mexico ads new color to the traditional Spanish sport of bullfighting - photo and article; NHL Hockey Playoffs Are Here Again - Article and photos of (much smaller) Stanley Cup; Experts predict world mineral supplies will not last another war - major article by C. Fred Bodsworth; Big Business Comes to Ste. Marie - story by Eric Morris; Roy Thomson and Jack Kent Cooke - They Built a warehouse of radios into a gangling Canadian business empire - photo and article; Leave it to the Ladies - fiction by Gregory Clark; The Peer and the Pit-Lamp - fiction by Peter Carter-Page; A Lady to Dinner - fiction by Marsden Starkey; 20 page colour comics section; Prescription for Murder - fiction by Jane Layhew; Amazing photo of a "Snow Egg" on Plateau Mountain in northern B.C.; Pint-Size Pottery - Mrs. Trasey Bond lives near New Westminster, B.C. - photos and article; Isaac Kert creates crossword puzzles - photo and article; New Diamond Industry beginning in Montreal - Julius Gutwurcel and Hermann Good and their diamon cutting operation in the CNR's Bonaventure station - photos and article; Richard Pifer - leader of northwestern Ontario's Secession Movement - photo and article; Electronic Piano - Don L. Hings is in charge of the Vancouver Electronic Laboratories - great article and photos; Net Factory - The manufacture of fishing nets at Drummondville, Quebec - interesting article and photos; Photo of Canadian WREN Frances Conley - Canada's newest screen starlet; Randi Andersen - flew to northern Manitoba on a picture-taking assignment and stayed to become the region's most beautiful prospector - story with photo; Geophysics Expert Dr. John Tuzo Wilson; U.S. company General Analine and Film Corp. received secret patents from Hitler's scientific plotters; Fishwife Extraordinary - Margaret Chambers of Toronto manages four highly-successful fish shops; Streamline Your Bathroom - design article with illustrations; Dorothy Henzel Willis Paints Her Dreams - photo with article; Hope for the Blind - Canadian government seeks to help Canada's 14,000 blind persons; Sports News; Story and photo of "Knucker" Burns of Halifax - the Boston Bruins' number one long-distance fan; Roger Whynott of Mahone Bay, NS - Middleweight Champ - photo and article; First Canadian surgery to insert esophagus into baby at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children - illustration and story; Flying Fairies - Arthur Kirby Trains Aerial Ballets for England's Theatre Pantomimes - wonderful photos with brief write-up; Water Polo Revial in Montreal under the coaching of Jimmy Rose - write-up and photos; Barmen's School - Stan Owen and Pat Morell train 200 bartending students after 31 arid years in Toronto; Great colour ad for Horlicks Malted Milk on back page; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Unmarked. A great vintage copy of this feature-oriented weekly which in later years became the Weekend Magazine.

Title: The Standard, 22 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: 319C9418

Keywords: The Standard, 22 March 1947 - Weekly Montreal Pictorial Newspaper Netherlands black market criminals; Beautiful large photo of Penny Edwards - discovered for movies because of her 'lovely legs'; Colour ad for Chase & Sanborn coffee; Armadillos on Texas Farm turned into lampshades by Mr. Apelt; King of Lumberjacks - Benoit Turcotte averages 3.5 cords a day - fantastic photos and text *Will be of considerable interest to anyone who has marvelled at William Kurelek's book "Lumberjack"; Icebreaker - opening of Stl Lawrence ship channel marks the first coming of spring - with photos of icebreaker the N.B. McLean at work in the St. Lawrence; Experiment in Socialism - A.J. Cummings reviews Labor's 20 months of office in London; Bulls and Banderilleros - Mexico ads new color to the traditional Spanish sport of bullfighting - photo and article; NHL Hockey Playoffs Are Here Again - Article and photos of (much smaller) Stanley Cup; Experts predict world mineral supplies will not last another war - major article by C. Fred Bodsworth; Big Business Comes to Ste. Marie - story by Eric Morris; Roy Thomson and Jack Kent Cooke - They Built a warehouse of radios into a gangling Canadian business empire - photo and article; Leave it to the Ladies - fiction by Gregory Clark; The Peer and the Pit-Lamp - fiction by Peter Carter-Page; A Lady to Dinner - fiction by Marsden Starkey; 20 page colour comics section; Prescription for Murder - fiction by Jane Layhew; Amazing photo of a "Snow Egg" on Plateau Mountain in northern B.C.; Pint-Size Pottery - Mrs. Trasey Bond lives near New Westminster, B.C. - photos and article; Isaac Kert creates crossword puzzles - photo and article; New Diamond Industry beginning in Montreal - Julius Gutwurcel and Hermann Good and their diamon cutting operation in the CNR's Bonaventure station - photos and article; Richard Pifer - leader of northwestern Ontario's Secession Movement - photo and article; Electronic Piano - Don L. Hings is in charge of the Vancouver Electronic Laboratories - great article and photos; Net Factory - The manufacture of fishing nets at Drummondville, Quebec - interesting article and photos; Photo of Canadian WREN Frances Conley - Canada's newest screen starlet; Randi Andersen - flew to northern Manitoba on a picture-taking assignment and stayed to become the region's most beautiful prospector - story with photo; Geophysics Expert Dr. John Tuzo Wilson; U.S. company General Analine and Film Corp. received secret patents from Hitler's scientific plotters; Fishwife Extraordinary - Margaret Chambers of Toronto manages four highly-successful fish shops; Streamline Your Bathroom - design article with illustrations; Dorothy Henzel Willis Paints Her Dreams - photo with article; Hope for the Blind - Canadian government seeks to help Canada's 14, 000 blind persons; Sports News; Story and photo of "Knucker" Burns of Halifax - the Boston Bruins' number one long-distance fan; Roger Whynott of Mahone Bay, NS - Middleweight Champ - photo and article; First Canadian surgery to insert esophagus into baby at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children - illustration and story; Flying Fairies - Arthur Kirby Trains Aerial Ballets for England's Theatre Pantomimes - wonderful photos with brief write-up; Water Polo Revial in Montreal under the coaching of Jimmy Rose - write-up and photos; Barmen's School - Stan Owen and Pat Morell train 200 bartending students after 31 arid years in Toronto; Great colour ad for Horlicks Malted Milk Holland Criminals Jail,