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Canadian Magazine (Weekend Section from Winnipeg Tribune Newspaper) - (1956 thru 1988; Bonus Insert Magazine, that came with the Newspaper ) for sale;


OCTOBER 13 ( Cover; Female Archer Betty McKeown; Paris Sets the Fall Fashions; Swimmer Marilyn Bell on her Crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Victoria; Atomic Age Temple - England's Calder Hall the First Full Scale Atomic Power Plant; Dutch Movie Star Antonia "Toos" Hertz; James Cagney on Vacation; Japanese Fighting Dogs)

OCTOBER 20 (Cover; Gridiron Glamour Girl Dorothy Hill; "We Crossed the Atlantin on a Raft" by Henri Beaudout; Merchandising Political Candidates; The Sorrow of Anna Magnani her Polio Stricken Son; Canada's Answer to Davy Crockett - Pierre Radisson; Hollywood Shoots for Size in Big Budget Epics)

NOVEMBER 3 (Cover; Ballerina Celia Franca; Covict Bob Graham Donates his Eyes a Week Before his Execution; University of King's College at Halifax; Canada's National Ballet is Winning International Fame; Kirk Douglas as Vincent van Gogh; The Petticoat Vote Can Swing the U.S. Election; Color TV's on the Way; Cartoonist Normand Hudon; "Why I Pick Patterson" by Sports Writer Andy O'Brien)


JULY 27 (Cover; Young Girl Darlene Gessner Holding an Umbrella; Estevan Saskatchewan Enjoys it's Growing Pains; Northern Birds in the Midnight Sun - photos by Dalton Muir; Ben Alexander of TV's "Dragnet"; Canada's Golf Driving Ranges; Canadian Centurion Tanks to Join NATO; Mrs. Oliver Smith Makes Silks for Race Tracks all Over Canada; Frank Filchock "Eastern Canada Plays Dumb Football")

SEPTEMBER 7 (Cover; Model and Mother - Mary Lou Dryden; Hollywood Goes Hemingway; TV Star Basset Hound Cleo of "The People's Choice"; Leopold Fischer of Austria "I Became a Hindu Monk"; Montreal the Mat Mecca of Wrestling; Prince Charles at his School's Annual Sports Day; Montreal Alouettes Hal Patterson; United Church Minister Anne Graham; Do-It-Yourself Rocket Enthusiests)

SEPTEMBER 21 (Cover; Duck Decoy Carver Montreal's Robert Paquette; Mitzi Gaynor Wins Role in "South Pacific"; Alberta's Singing Cabinet Minister Alf Hooke; Queen Elizabeth Starts Tiara Fashion; Baby Elephant is Rescued from Mud by British Soldiers in East Africa; 52 World Seriies Give Baseball Fans Something to Remember them By; Ottawa Rough Riders Bob Simpson; Kitchener Ontario's Market Day)


AUGUST 23 (Cover; Teenagers Anne Bilawski and Peter Martin at the Canadian National Exhibition; WW ll Sailor Thomas Fuller was Pirate of the Adriatic; Why Men fall for Ingrid Bergman; Dynamite Demolition in Washington D.C.; Royal and Ancient Golkf Course in St. Andrews Scotland)

NOVEMBER 29 (Cover; Beagle Puppy Butch and Kitten Minnie; Would you Marry your Husband Again ?; Mackenzie King a Political Biography; Pope John 23rd Succeeds a Beloved Pope; Barbara Hutton's son Lance Reventlow Grows Up; Yvon DurelleAims to Knockout Archie MooreMontreals's Lively Theatre du Nouveau Monde)


MAY 9 (Cover; Vancouver's Lorraine Smith; 8-year old German boy Lutz Nickel and Parents Escape to West Berlin; There's no one Finer than Dinah Shore; William Merritt Built Canada's First Welland Canal; How can Sports Stars Enjoy Life ?; The Panghorns 380 lb. Baby Elephant)


NOVEMBER 26 (Cover; 7 1/2 year old Toni Tata's Expressive Face; Canadian Race Car Driver Peter Ryan; Canada's Changing City Skylines Painted by John Walsh; Jimmie Rodgers has Plenty to Sing About; Treasure Hunt in a Pirates Haunt the Mahe Island; Feast of Beauty for Rose Lovers; Montreal's Micheline Beauchemin New Twist on Tapestry; Hockey Linesman George Hayes Has Weathered 125 Brawls)


OCTOBER 7 (Cover; Margo Manings Toronto Pukka polo Player; Why the Police are Losing Prestige; Twins for Dionne Quint Cecile Langlois; Common Male Foilbles; Bill and Pauline Childs Adopted a Negro Child and Would Again; Mystery of the "Babes in the Wood" Murder in Vancouver; What's Wrong with Plump Women ?; Robert Restall and Family Treasure Hunting for 2 Years on Oak Island off Nova Scotia; Louis St.Laurent looks back over His Career; Gary Cooper's Daughter Maria; The Moose - Giant of the Woods; Hockey's Maurice Richard was the Best of them All; Magic of the Mountains Paintings by Lorne Bouchard)

OCTOBER 14(Cover; Forest of Masts in Vancouver Harbour; How Court Prices Your Injuries; "The Uninvited Envoy" Part 1 of 3 - The Mystery Flight of Rudolf Hess; Rare Glimpses of a Silent World of the Carmelites paintings by Gabriel Bastien; Policewoman Sally Krowchynski joins Edmonton Police Flying Club; Explosion Test of 100 Tont Of TNT at Suffield Alberta;Willis Boshears of the U.S.A.F. Aquitted of Murder in England because he Killed the 20-year old Jean Constable in his Sleep; "We Flew into Hurricane Carla" by Patrick Nagle; The Lynx his Winters are Lean painting by George McLean; NHL President Clarence Campbell Weathers Storms)

OCTOBER 21 (Cover; Ottawa Rough Riders Majorette Annabelle Boucher; The Race for the Moon; Filming "West Side Story in New York City with Natalie Woods; "The Uninvited Envoy" Part 2 of 3 - Hitler gets the Astonishing News; Across Canada 380,000 Guns are Booming in Duck Season; The White Tailed Deer ever Alert painting by George Mclean)

OCTOBER 28 (Cover; Halloween Costumed boys Stephen as a Ghost and Brian as a Devil; CBC Broadcaster J. Frank Willis "My Life on the Air"; Big Changes in Fur Fashions; Thge Otter painting by George McLean; To Ottawa's Frank Clair Canada's Schools Spell Strong Kids and Weak Coaches; "The Uninvited Envot" Part 3 of 3 - How Churchill Shattered Hess's Plan)

NOVEMBER 4 (Cover; Allen Farrell Boatbuilder Sailing to Adventure on the "Ocean Girl"; India Prime Minister Nehru the Lonely Leader of 500 Million; "I Love Having my own Zoo" by Gerald Durrell; Actress Dianne Foster Deplores the Loss of Glamour in Films; Lord Martin Cecil - Rancher Bishop of the Cariboo; Can You Judge People ?; Memorial to Stephen Leacock at McGill University; Boys Meet Girls in Los Angeles Traffic Jams; Longshot Boxer Tom McNeeley; Montreal's Ginette Letondal Promising Star of French Show Business; Busman's Holiday for Artists paintings by Gabriel Bastien)

NOVEMBER 11 (Cover; Canadian Fashions make a Hit in the U.K.; Fallacies of Fallout Shelters; 9-year old Walter Sedor of Flin Flon Alone in the Bush for 15 Days by Crashed Plane; Canadian Who Liberated a French Village - Gordon Sim of Kitchener Ontario; "Learn How to L:ive with your Middle Years" part 1 of 3; Indian Lassies Take to the Pipes - Cariboo Indian Girls Pipe Band; Anything Goes on the Riviera; The Life and Loves of George Raft; Shattering Eddie Shack Plays Hockey the Hard Way)

NOVEMBER 18 (Cover; Scruff the Boxer Dog Leaping in the Air at a Balloon; Canadian Football's 1961 All Canada 12; "Learn How to Live with your Middle Years - What's Behind that Last Fling ?" part 2 of 3; Corinne Calvert Keeps her Secrets; National Film Board Sells Canada to the World; Wanted - a Break for the Left Handed in a Right Handed World; Regina Honors the Whooping Crane - Sculpted by John Nugent; The Artless Art of Dr. Seuss; Bob Hope and Bing Crosby Hit the Road again in " Road to Hong Kong"; Montreal Nurse Vicki Schacter spent 6 Months in india Aiding Tibetan Refugees)

DECEMBER 2 (Cover; Scilla Gabel is Stand-in for Sophia Loren; St. John's Newfoundland Memorial University; "The Fantastic Mountbattens - How Lord Louis Avenged his Father" part 1 of 2; "Why I fled Russia" part 2 of 4 by Dr. Klochko; 2000 Feet from Canada is U.S. Nuclear Missle Base Launch Complex No.1; Lion Tamer Evelyn Currie; Pond Inlet Teacher Carl Reid; Visit to Grandmother the Princess Royal of Harewood; Archie Moore's 25th Anniversary in the Ring)

DECEMBER 9 (Cover; Brunette in Red Dress playing a Flute; Crowded World of Christmas Shoppers; Canada's African Student Foundation has 63 African Students at Canadian Universities; Sam Bronston the new DeMille; "The Fantastic Mountbattens - Dickie Keeps his Promise to the King" part 2 of 2; Fashions that add Pleasure to Leisure; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens Claude Provost; Favorite Yarns of N.H.L. Tub-Thumpers; "Why I fled Russia" part 3 of 4 by Dr. Klochko; The Many Lives of the Capricious Cat)

DECEMBER 16 (Cover; Cat beside a pot of Azaleas; The Dramatic Voyage of the Leicester; Women's Prison Fashions; "Why I fled Russia" part 4 of 4 by Dr. Klochko; Hockey Stars - Chicago Black Hawks Elmer Vasko; Now Montreal Loves Leaping Lou Fontinato; Flowers Fit the Festive Season)

DECEMBER 23 (Cover; Christmas on the Cookes Farm near Calgary; Hong Kong 1941 - Christmas of Defeat; Home Grown Dancers with a Modern Touch - The Royal Winnipeg Ballet; "The Fourth Wise Man" by Mairuth Hodge; Western Style Christmas; Hockey Stars - Toronto Maple Leafs Dave Keon; 1-page "Nipper" Comic Strip)

DECEMBER 30 (Cover; Queen Elizabeth in Ghana; Andy O'Brien "My Favorite Sports Moments During 1961"; Salute to the Photographers Art; Weekend Magazine 1962 Centerfold Pull-out Calendar; Hockey Stars - Detroit Red Wings Warren Godfrey; Englishman Barry Ashton ius King of the Showgirls; Mdic-Alert Life Saving Bracelets)


JANUARY 6 (Cover; Young Girl Heather Young in Rain Fashion; When Will We Cheer Brains Too ? - Education; Saint or Sinner ? - Evangelist Ainee Semple McPherson; Minature Shetland Ponies the Smallest Horses in the World; Kingston Royal Military College Launches Sports Adventure; Hockey Stars - New York Rangers Lorne Worsley; Arabic Dancer and Montreak Night Club Sahara owner Fawzia Amir)
JANUARY 20 (Cover; Brunette in Swimsuit with a Collie; Montreal Policeman Inspector Joe Bedard " I've Never Met a Smart Holdup Man"; What's New in Swim Suits; The Dance The Twist lands in Canada; Bette Davis Speaks her Mind; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens Marcel Bonin; Andy O'Brien "How College Hockey can Come Back")

JANUARY 27 (Cover; Young Boy Learning to Ski in Jasper; Wacky Ways of Wasting Government Money; How British Acors Conquered Broadway; R.C.M.P. Pilot Staff Sgt. Robert Lorne Fletcher Saved 8 Lives in Rescue Wins U.S.A.F. Citation; Tahitian Bride Suzanne weds Canadian Wayne Dewar of Nova Scotia; Hockey Stars - Toronto Maple Leafs Allan Stanley; Andy O'Brien "Only a Miracle Scorer Will Pass Gordie Howe")

FEBRUARY 3 (Cover; Judith Evelyn as Queen Elizabeth the First; It Takes 20 Crews to Keep Train 901 Rolling 2,700 Miles Across Canada; How to Keep Slender and Fit After Thirty - part 1 of 2; Immigrant's Son Bernard Kliger Founder of Speedy Auto Glass; Paul Anka Aweigh; Hockey Stars - Toronto Maple Leafs Johnny Bower; Andy O'Brien "In Heavyweight Title Boats Few Haven't Been Mismatches"Retiring in Tax Free Bahama Hill's Island)

FEBRUARY 10 (Cover; Quebec Winter Carnival's Bonhomme Carnaval with Beth and Randy Brooks; Canadians in a Great Adventure part 1 of 2 - WW ll French Resistance; How to Keep Slender and Fit After Thirty - part 2 of 2; Can the European Kings Make a Comeback ?; Ingvard Nielsen Teams Up with Actor Son Leslie Nielsen for a TV Series "The New Breed"; Hockey Stars - Chicago Black Hawks Stan Mikita; Andy O'Brien "Olympic Barometer Tells Real Story")

FEBRUARY 17 (Cover; Mrs. Dot Wallis goes Bowling; U.S. Crime Syndicates are Moving in on Canada - part 1 of 2; Crystals Viewed Under a Microscope; Canadians in a Great Adventure part 2 of 2 - WW ll French Resistance; Northern Eskimo Dolls are a Hit Down South; Hockey Stars - Boston Bruins Don McKenney; Top Hockey Clutch Scorers)

FEBRUARY 24 (Cover; 3-Year Old Hockey Player Ken Linseman; Prairie Winter - A Land Asleep Under Snow; Love Brings Canada a Soviet Ballerina - Galina Samtsova; Crime Syndicates are Moving in on Canada - part 2 of 2 "How Gambling Finances Big Time Crime"; Summer Resort as Tourists Never See It - paintings by Gabriel Bastien; Gene Schoor at the Wheel of his Custom Car the Astro-Gnome; Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke Filming "The Miracle Worker"; Hockey Stars - New York Rangers Doug Harvey; Marie Claire Kirkland Casgrain First Woman in Quebec Legislature; The Canada Library at Philipps University in Marburg Germany; Roger Maris Takes Us Backstage on Batting; Maternity Clothes Designer John Fenney)

MARCH 10 (Cover; 19-year old Arlene Phillips; "My Holiday in Prague Ended in a Red Jail" by Milorad Cop; Marie St. Laurent Helps Canadians in Florida; Skiing on a Budget with the Moore Family of Islington; Melina Mercouri "I Live for Work and Love"; Andy O'Brien "Two Goalies put Spectacle in Stops - Gump Worsley and Jacques Plante; The Rockefellers Change with the Times)

MARCH 17 (Cover; Rosemary Galloway and her Guinea Pig; How Auto Seat Belts Could Save Thousands of Canadian Lives; Betty Betz Writes Another Book on Manners; Ralph Vardy Fell into the Atlantic and was Rescued; Andy O'Brien "How Good was John L. Sullivan ?"; Jeep for the Jet Age; Donna Heald's Crow Herky from Victoria B.C.; Komoka School with Syrup for Sale)

MARCH 24 (Hayley Mills and Maurice Chevalier; Canada Council - How to Give Away $3 Million a Year; Signs That Bring a Smile; Queen Elizabeth Choses Gordonstoun School for Prince Charles; India's Krishna Menon Keeps the United Nations Hopping; Canada's Boom in Bowling; French or English ? - Names Alone Won't Tell You)

MARCH 31 (Cover; Scene From Musical on Seperastists with Judith Pare, Robert Des Roches and Jean Perraud; B.C. Man Charles Heathman "I Spent a Year Waiting to be Hanged"; How Jackie Kennedy Conquered the World; Andy O'Brien "Playoff Moment with Morenz"; Norma Springford of Montreal Theatre; Canadian Fashion Designer Scaasi; Simple Tests that can Avert Tragedy - PKU Disease)

APRIL 7 (Cover; Princess Margaret at a Canadian Ball; Canadian Jazz Singer Stevie Wise now wife of Earl Listowel; Montreal's City of Hope - Emmaus Project; Movie "A Cold Wind" Makes Actress Lola Albright a Hot Property: League of the Light Fingered - Shoplifting in Canada; Fiddler and Band Leader Ellis Wilson; Andy O'Brien " Canadian Ted Bowsfield Idol Among the Los Angeles Angels"; Bud Henning's All-Girl Oil Drill Crew - His Three Daughters)

APRIL 14 (Cover; Margarita Sierra and her Castanets; Two Prospectors Who Refused to Die - Alfred Triggs and George Smashnuk; Lady Listowels Story "I Get a New Face And Became a Countess"; Canada's Role in Space Flights; Brasilia - a Symbol in the Wilderness; Canadian Fran McKearney Prison Romance with U.S. Convict; Self Hypnosis Offers Hope to Golfers: Canadian Theatre Actor Alexis Kanner in London England; "I Married a Spy" by Gillian Blake; All Girl Rugby Team from Sydney Australia; Majorettes on Parade in Quebec City)

APRIL 21 (Cover; Royal Road Estates of Victoria B.C.; The New Coventry Cathedral; The Secret of Sophia Loren's Serenity; "I Was a Prisoner in Castro's Cuba" part 1 of 2 by Alan Judge; Lady Listowel "I am Happier Now than Ever"; Quebec's Singing Priest Father Bernard de Brienne; Harold Town the Bad Boy of Canadian Art - part 1 of 2; Stan Musial "Never Try to Hit a Home Run"; Victoria B.C. Blooms in the Spring)

APRIL 28 (Cover; Judy Hoffman and her Walrus; This Man is Dangerous - the Average Way of Thinking; "My Terror Ride in the Andes" by Gerald Clark; Traditional May Day Celebrations in New Westminster B.C.; Yoga for Youngsters; Sentimental Journey for a WW ll Spitfire to Canada; They Scour the Earth for Miracle Drugs; Lydia Brazzi Losy a 100 Pounds in a Year; Andy O'Brien "Tagged Florida Fish Pay to be Caught"; "I Was a Prisoner in Castro's Cuba" part 2 of 2 by Alan Judge; Real Estate Agent from Calgary Evelyn Hinds; Harold Town the Bad Boy of Canadian Art - part 2 of 2)

MAY 5 (Cover; Travel Coats that are at Home Anywhere; How the Ship St. Roch Sailed into Fame - Northwest Passage with an 8 Mountie Crew; Toronto Born Ballerina and Mom - Melissa Hayden; Lake Eriie Marsh Where the Swans Rest; U.N. Camp of Despair in the Congo - 50,000 Balubas; Susannah York a Movie Star in the Making; Swedes Fight to Stay Neutral; Andy O'Brien "Dodgers Brass tell How To Get Major League Baseball in Canada)

MAY 12 (Cover; Elaine Kennedy Gombault a Parisienne Hostess from Winnipeg; Prince Philip a Royal Patron of Science; Do-it-Yourself Broadway Musicals; Raymond Massey Triumphs as a Doctor; Artist Eric Wesselow a New Way with Glass; Pitcher Warren Spahn Shows us Baseball's $80,000 Screwball)

MAY 19 (Cover; Four-in-one Women's Hat; First Lady of Laughter - Rosalind Russell part 1 of 2; The Day a U-2 Spy Plane Crash Landed in Canada; Bridge Champion Toronto's Eric Murray; How a Bursting Star Could Change our World; Canada Helps Nigeria to Learn; New Movie Spoof on TV with Bert Lahr, Buster Keaton and Eddie Foy Jr.; Seventh Grade Hop - drawing by Robert Buckham; Le Hibou Hideout for Highbrows; What Do Your Dreams Mean; Temple Pasture Mission in Gatineau Hills; Andy nO'Brien "Incredible is the Indy 500"; Ann Corio Brings Back Burlesque)

MAY 26 (Cover; 11-year old Anne Beth Gajda Flying a Kite; "I Was History's Greatest Spy" part 1 of 4 - by Elyesa Bazna alias Cicero; London England's Secretaries on Call by Radio; "My Paintings" the Collection of W. Somerset Maugham; First Lady of Laughter - Rosalind Russell part 2 of 2; An Incomplete Guide to Canadian Elections; Strip Clubs are Reverend Vernon Mitchell's Parrish; Chapel for the Worship of Nature - St. Francis Chapel of the Birds in the Okanagan Valley; Mrs. Churchill Mann's Breeder of Race Horses near Aurora Ontario)

JUNE 2 (Cover; Women's Head Cover-ups are Going Places; Europe Rides a New Wave of Prosperity; Shirley Booth of TV's "Hazel"; Toronto's New Education Centre is a Dream for Teachers; Enter the Air Buggy - Gyroplane; Frankie Avalon Gives his Parents a House; "I Was History's Greatest Spy" part 2 of 4 by Elyesa Bazna alias Cicero; Andy O'Brien "Casey Stengal Legend Grows"; Nesting Grounds in B.C. for Herons)

JUNE 9 (Cover; Stratford Actress Toby Robins; High Cost of Weddings; My Three Days in Ontario Gambling Clubs; Rare Finds in Rare Books; The Vanishing Art of Stealing Elections; "I Was History's Greatest Spy" part 3 of 4 by Elyesa Banza alias Cicero; St. Anthony's Feast Day - paintings by George Grammat)

JUNE 16 (Cover; Big Horn Sheep at Banff; "I Was History's Greatest Spy" part 4 of 4 by Elyesa Bazna alias Cicero; The Seattle World's Fair; Pint Sized Pianist Hilda Irek in Toronto; Game Warden Peter Tasker of Banff is a Game Hunter with a Camera; Walter McCall of Windsor Ontario Makes Miniature Hearses as a Hobby; Andy O'Brien "Boxing Champs Need Protection Too"; Graduation Day - paintings by Gabriel Bastien)

JUNE 23 (Cover; Cooking with Basil FitzGibbon; Canada's One Crime That Pays - The Irish Sweepstakes; James Stewart is Hollywood's Perfect Husband; Great Day for French Canada - paintings by Maurice Thomas; Charm School for Men; Steam Locomotive Buffs; Retracing the Steps of Laura Secord takes Endurance; Mystery of the Red Alligator of Florida Swamps; Queen Juliana's Glittering Silver Wedding)

JUNE 30 (A Shriner Takes Good Cheer to a Hospital; Calgary Stampede a Sprightly 50 Year Old; Jerry Gosley's Smile Show in Victoria B.C.; Canadian Water Skiing Champion Clint Ward; Showgirl Lindis Guinness is 6 feet 6 inches in Heels; Prisoners Adopt a Family)

JULY 7 (Cover; The Queen Mother in Canada; Why Don't Bachelor Girls Get Married ?; Family that Flirts with Death - The Riddells Stunt Car Drivers; Storybook Animal Reserve at Nature';s Haven; Belinda Mulroney Carbonneau was the Richest Woman in the Klondike)

JULY 14 (Cover; Margaret Arnold of Richmond B.C. at the Stratford Theatre; "The Divine Propagandist" by Lord Beaverbrook; High School Students from Across Canada at Stratford Theatre; Harold Hussey Do-it yourselfer Who Will Tackle Anything; Broadway Play Becomes Movie "The Music Man"; Ex-Boxing Champ Barney Ross "The Moment When I Knew I was Beat"; New Road to Newfoundland's Beauty - paintings by John Walsh)

JULY 21 (Cover; Christine Kaufmann is Germany's Gift to Hollywood; "Farewell to Eden" by Richard Harrington on his Time in Tahiti;Montreal's Holdup Squad Joe Bedard last week; United Church of Canada Young People with a Purpose; Last Year's Rookie Golfer of the Year Jack Cupit; 102 Pound Lake Trout from Lake Athabasca; Small Boats take too Many Lives)

AUGUST 18 (Twin Girls Celine and Martine Letendre of Charny on St. Lawrence; "Dieppe" part 1 of 5 by Terence Robertson; Cover Story - Twins with Twin Tastes; Barrie Ontario's Big Brass Band; The Moscow Circus is Coming to Canada; Mernie Purvis of Kelowna B.C. her Heart is in Hawaii; Floyd Patterson vs. Sonny Liston "Sonny Won't see Round Six"; A Night at "The Ex" paintings by John Walsh)

OCTOBER 27 (Cover; Buch of Different Jack-o-lanterns; Z"The Incredible Journey" by Shelia Burnford; "My First Parachute Jump" by Clarke Wallace and Louis Jacques; Henry Wenzel's Ordeal on Stope 18 - Trapped in a Caved in Mine; Art Treasures of Europe in Canada; Andy O'Brien "Winnipeg Blue Bombers Build Muscle without Motion in a New System")

NOVEMBER 3 (Cover; Beagle Pup Trying to Open Milk Bottle; Armed Convict Held Berthe Cyr Hostage for 14 Hours; How to Pick the Best Movies; "My Seven Mile Ride Across Breaking Ice' by British girl in the Arctic - Patricia George; Photographer Karsh on Karsh Wedding; "I Like Being a Bum" by James Quarrington; Rare Whooping Cranes; John Wayne and his Big Brood; Montreal Canadiens Bobby Rousseau - It's Whirling Dervish vs. Sophomore Jinx)

DECEMBER 1 (Cover; Canadian Actress Pamela Hyatt; "Why Castro Turned to Communism" part 1 of 2 by Gerald Clark; Coin Counterfitters Paul and William Pankow; Mario Lanza's Children Make a New Start; Andy O'Brien "Is the Slapshot Boon or Bane ?"; "Heil Hitler" is heard again - in Montreal)

DECEMBER 15 (Cover; Robin Saloum one of Toronto's Gaslight Girls; "Can Russia Claim the Moon ?" by Terence Robertson; Crowds Adore Canadian Matador Carolyn Hayward; Andy O'Brien "Chicago Hockey's Toughest Town"; Vancouver Couple Built Home on 2,000 Years of History; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens Gilles Tremblay; Santa Visits the Firehalls in Toronto)

DECEMBER 29 (Cover; Canadian Dancer Stephanie Loren in Las Vegas; Trouble in Princess Grace's Paradise; Andy O'Brien "Sport in 1962 Ranged from Wacky to Wonderful"; New Year's French Canadian Style; Centerfold 1963 Pull-out Calendar; Hockey Stars - Detroit Red Wings Alex DelvecchioToronto Whoops it Up on New Year's Eve - Sketches by Ed McNally)


JANUARY 5 (Cover; Drape Shape in 1963 Women's Swimsuits with model Renee David Mathieu; "Lost in Malaya with a Price on Our Heads" part 1 of 2 by Lt.-Cmdr Ian Ernest Alcock; Andy O'Brien "A Tiger in More Than Name - Middleweight Champ Dick Tiger"; Canada's Joanna Pettet lands Broadway Role; Mackenzie River the Mississippi of the Arctic - paintings by Lorne Bouchard; Hockey Stars - New York Rangers Earl Ingerfield)

JANUARY 12 (Cover; St. Agatha Quebec Cresta Run on Cardboard; "Lost in Malaya with a Price on Our Heads" part 2 of 2 by Lt.-cmdr Ian Ernest Alcock; Rene Levesque and the State of Quebec; TV Schoolmarm Eve Arden has Moved to Night Clubs at 50 Years Old; Andy O'Brien "Referee Bill Chadwick Made Hockey's Toughest Call"; Chinook - Wonderful Wind from the West; Hockey Stars - Toronto Maple Leafs Tim Horton)

JANUARY 19 (Cover; Figure Skater Don Jackson's New Role; "Give Addicts all the Drugs They Want" by Vancouver Magistrate Gordon W. Scott; Carol Burnett "I'm Not Really a Kook"; Hockey Stars - Chicago Black Hawks Glenn Hall; Sitters go to the Dogs - Puppy Sitting)

JANUARY 26 (Cover; Robert Goulet; Minor Hockey Takes Over - drawings by Bob Thompson; Trial the Whole World Watched - Belguim Softenon Trial; Donna Douglas of TV's "Beverly Hillbillies"; Hockey Stars - Boston Bruins Murray Oliver; Jazz School in Toronto with Oscar Peterson; "My Two Months as a Tahitian Maiden" by Bella Isembert:You Name it They Rent it - Toronto's Rent-All Store; Maple Seeds Pictures)

FEBRUARY 9 (Cover; Actress Martha Henry; Princess Charming to Wed - Alexandra of Kent; Mystery of the Blue Hole in the Bahama Andros Island; Andy O'Brien "Is Sonny Liston another Jack Johnson ?"; Peter O'Toole the Movies Lawrence of Arabia; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens Henri Richard; All the Fun of the Fair but on Ice - drawings by Fred Oakley)

FEBRUARY 16 (Cover; Swedish Girls Exercising; "The Quiet Canadian - Millionaire Who Became a Spy" part 1 of 3 about Sir William Stephenson; C.S. Band Private Collection of Canadian Paintings on Public View; Hollywood's Deb Star Ball; How the Swedes Keep Fit; Etobicoke Kids Built Radio Station CKW; Hockey Stars - New York Rangers Andy Bathgate; Tim Farnsworth of Vancouver makes Apple Dolls)
FEBRUARY 23 (Cover; Model in Dress for Patio or Park; "The Quiet Canadian - His Ace Spy used Sex to Win Secrets" part 2 of 3 about Sir William Stephenson; Canada Still Sends Children to Penitentiary; Elvis Presley Hollywood's Politest Heart Throb; Andy O'Brien "Canada's Great bSki Debate on Where to Train"; Rehearsal for Disaster at Nova Scotia's Yarmouth Regional Hospital; Safety Offenders Recieve Shock Sentences from a California JudgePerils of a Pioneer - Pictures and Words by John Francis Wilson)

MARCH 2 (Cover; Vancouver's Mimi Hines; Hockey Madness Hits Sweden - 1963 World Tournament; "The Quiet Canadian - Forged Letters that Helped Win the War" part 3 of 3 about Sir William Stephenson; Face Lift for a Famous Rebels House - Papineau Home in Old Montreal)

MARCH 9 (Cover; Monkey Bozo with Beverley Broadfoot; How to Find Your Place in Space - Herd Instinct; "Our Nuclear Age Navy - Red Threat Off Canada's Coast" part 1 of 2; Timeless Painter from Quebec - Jean Paul Lemieux; Andy O'Brien "Hot Horses and Winter" Harness Racing in Montreal)

MARCH 30 (Cover; Queen Elizabeth in Australia; "We Raised a Lion in Our Aprtment" by Doris Sluth of Calgary; "I was Caught in the Ole Miss Riot" by student Sheldon Stock; Andy O'Brien "Hockey Playoff Time Stresses that Fans like the Games Finished"; Hollywood Artists Paint Construction Barricades; Al Hochbaum Lives for his Wildlife - Delta Waterfowl Research Station in Manitoba; Canadian Buddhist Leslie Dawson in London; New View of New York City - Illustrations by Anne Pritchard)

APRIL 6 (Cover; Red Headed Model in a Rain Cape; Honest John - Question Mark Canadian Missle; Kim Novak the Last of the Glamour Girls; Andy O'Brien "Soccer Cup Fever Warms Fans in Britain"; "The Capture of Muddy York - Day the Americans Attacked Toronto" part 1 of 2 by Joy Carroll; Swiss Miss Ursula Andress in the Movies: Alaske Highway the Longest Rural Mail Route; Top Dogs Since British Royalty has them are the Corgis; Eskimo Carvings of Eskimo Killings; Fine Wear for Foul Weather)

APRIL 13 (Cover; Young Girl with her Cat And Doll Time for Bed; Communion - The Last Supper Relived; Phrenologist - Read any good Heads Lately ?; "The Capture of Muddy York - The Town Shall Smoke for It" part 2 of 2 by Joy Carroll; Jockey Ron Turcotte; Canada's Finest Nature Photographs)

APRIL 20 (Cover; TV's Tormented Moor Othello played by Richard Cassilly; Britain's Billion Dollar Gambling Spree - Legalized Betting; Country Hoedown Girl Norma has a Baby Boy; Young Moscow Couples Step Out; Poor Man's Rocket Points for the Moon from McGill University; Karen Flinn and her Chimp Dinky; Bull Fight - The Cruelty that Fascinates; Student Umpires Study the New Strike Zone; Criminals Caught by their own Hand - R.C.M.P. Handwriting Experts; Hospital Life X-Rayed - Sketches by Gabriel Bastien)

APRIL 27 (Cover; Canadian Girl Barbara Parkins in Hollywood; Ottawa's Macoun Field Club on Nature's Trail; Elizabeth Taylor vs. Sophia Loren; It's No Longer Grey Paree - Paris gets a Cleaning; Andy O'Brien "The Eyes of Maury Wills"; Lillian Alling Walked 6,000 miles to the Top of the World in 1927; Little Black Dress for all Seasons)

MAY 4 (Cover; Double Life of Mohawk Model Kahn-tineta; The Multi Million Dollar Riddle of Air Rescue; Gymnast Glenna Sebestyen of Saskatoon; Prison Gambling; Allan Sherman Sings Craxy Songs; Historic Mackenzie House with Distinguished Ghosts; Why Women Love those Hateful Wrestlers; The Sea Cadet Corps at Povungnituk)

MAY 11 (Cover; Italian Star Claudia Cardinale; Canada's Nuclear Dilemma with NATO; Young Canadians go to Netherlands for a Work-Play Vacation; The Lion Man was a Girl Trained to Kill; "My 58 Hours of Terror" by Russell Baskin trapped in Mine Cave In; The Port of Montreal; Son of N.H.L. star Jimmy Ward is White Sox Big Gamble - Pete Ward)

MAY 25 (Cover; Royal Bride the Princess Alexandra of Kent; There's a New Chic to Soviet Women; How Billy Barker Won His Victoria Cross- One Against 60 Ariel Dodfight; Regina Bird Sanctuary; Andy O'Brien " Lippy Durocher Explains why the Spitter Ain't Nasty"; Kiddie Who Needs a Caddie - 5-year old Golfer Andrew McConnell)

JUNE 8 (Cover; Small Plane Crash Survivor Helen Klaben; Field Trip for a Montreal Fashion School to New York City; Judy Garland's Talented Daughter Liza Minnelli; New Dundee, Ontario Store of Memories)

JUNE 15 (Cover; Young Boy and Dalmation Jumping over a Fence; The Restless Talent of Kate Reid; "One Night of Triumph off nthe island of Terror" WW ll; Art Takes a Fresh Look at Religion; School Girl Starlet Alexandra Bastedo; Canada's Toughest Golf Hole - 8th at Scarboro)

JUNE 22 (Cover; Bonnets for Bathing; Tourist Dollars and How to Get More of Them; Eartha Kitt Travelling; John Hunt "I Trust Ex-Convicts - But They let me Down"; The Little Screen is Jackie Gleason Big Handicap; Andy O'Brien "My 1963 Dark Horse Football Team the B.C. Lions"; Winged Giants of the Night - Moths)

JULY 6 (Cover; Shirley Robertson with Handful of Wildflowers; Amazon Parish for Flying Father Louis Bedard; Germany's Police Under Fire; Log Rolling Wickheim Boys of Sooke Vancouver Island; World of Science Whiz Kids; Andy O'Brien "What Now Esks ? Without Parker"; Beauty is Not Enough says Maria Perschy; Why Men Go Fishing - Paintings and Text by John Walsh)

JULY 13 (Cover; Eiko Taki from Japan to Hollywood; Canada Lies in the Path of the Next Solar Eclipse; Emily Sartain's Painter of Canada's Wiuld Flowers; B.C. Boy Scout Barry Corbet on Mount Everest; Andy O'Brien "British Track Coach sees Canada in Top 10 by 1973")

JULY 20 (Cover; Shambie the Afghan Hound; How the Farmer's Vote Outweighs the City Man's; The Incomparable Clementine Churchill; Man's Best Friend sits for his Portrait; Andy O'Brien "Look They're Knocking Heads Again - Football"; On the Beach - cartoons by George Grammat)

AUGUST 17 (Cover; Bride Saying Goodbye to Parents Pet Lion Flappy; Interpol Battles Jet-age Crime; Success of a Brother and Sister - Anne and Peter Helm; Montreal Concert Hall Preview and Fashion Show; Andy O'Brien "Catching Salmon in a Hurry"; Spectacular Hovercraft)

AUGUST 24 (Cover; Family Day at the Beach; What's Ahead for School Dropouts ?; Jean Seberg's Battle for Success; Andy O'Brien "Famous If Trades in Sports"; Inside Sculptured Synagogue B'Nai Israel Beth David in Toronto; Annual Octopus Hunt off B.C. Coast)

SEPTEMBER 14 (Cover; Halifax Neptune Theatre and Actresses Una Way, Diane LeBlanc, Dawn Greenhalgh and Joan Evans; Man Who Launched thye 5BX Craze - Dr. William Orban; "Vincent Massey Tells His Story - Defeated in Politics I Become a Diplomat" part 2 of 4; Seward Garwood a Man with Nine Wives; Beer, Bands and Half a Million Bavarians; Julie Andrews and Audrey Hepburn; Andy O'Brien "Dempsey vs. Firpo the 40th Anniversary")

SEPTEMBER 21(Cover; Children Learning Traffic Lessons; Mosport Canada's Leading Racecar Track - drawings by Allan Mardon; Jill St. John the Glamorous Genius; Boxing Wonder from Down Under - Sidney the Kangaroo; Ridley College in St. Catherines Steeped in Traditions; How Happy are You ?; Diary of a Mystery of Vanished Crashed Pilot Blake MacKenzie; Legalized Abortion in Japan; "Vincent Massey Tells His Story - London in Peace and War" part 3 of 4)

SEPTEMBER 28 (Cover; Man Crossing a River with a Full Pack; "I Visit Toronto's Social Clubs" by Constance Mungall; Eight Men Climb a Wall of Ice - Mount McKinley; Last Pose of Sommer ? - Elke Sommer in a Bikini; Andy O'Brien "World Series Thrills"; "Vincent Massey Tells His Story - I Become the First Canadian Governor General" part 4 of 4Montreal Dog Obedience Training Club Trials)

OCTOBER 5(Cover; Night Football in Color; The Incredible Jerry Lewis - part 1 of 2; "Memoits of an Un-General's Wife" by Mary Aksim; Last of the Dory Schooners; Case of the Unknown Redhead Montreal Woman Bank Robber; Eileen Sonin Plays Host to Ghosts; Cover Story - The Changing Face of Canadian Football; Hawker-Siddeley P-1127 the Plane that can Fly Backwards; A Jane Named Fonda; Canada Through Chinese Eyes - Artist Betty Shuet-Wah Ng)

OCTOBER 12 (Cover; Car Hubcaps; Two Young Doctors help Medico Bring Modern Medical Techniques to Afghanistan; Dorothy Cameron's Whirlwind World of Art; Paul Anka and Model Wife Anne DeZogheb; Fun Cars for 1964; TV's Flipper the Trusting Dolphin; "The Royal Children - When 'Nanny' Left it was a Palace Revolution" part 1 of 2; Labrador's Disappearing Grand Falls for Hydro Project; The Incredible Jerry Lewis - part 2 of 2; Can You Place these Canadian Authors with their Homes ?; Andy O'Brien "The Sherring Saga")

OCTOBER 19 (Cover; Canine Control Officer James Ryan and Vernon Stringer with Puppy; "Mackenzie King the Middle Years - Loneliness was his Burden and his Shield" part 1 of 4; Donnybrook in Dublin as Kim Novak makes a Movie; Andy O'Brien "Futballe can be Fun Too - Cameras See Odd Moments"; "The Royal Children - Charles and Anne Triumph Over Protocal" part 2 of 2; There's Good in the Godless says Canon Max Warren of Westminster Abbey)

OCTOBER 26 (Cover; Juliee Prinn of Montreal with Missing Baby Teeth Smile; Slum Racketeer Peter Rachman Mystery Man in the Keeler Case; King's College School of Windsor Nova Scotia is 175 Years Old; CBC Play Shock Treatment for Viewers; "Mackenzie King the Middle Years - 1926 Lord Byng is Challenged and Meighen is Routed" part 2 of 4; Andy O'Brien "N.H.L. Shadow League - the Farm System Failure"; Bird's Eye View from Crow's Nest in St. John's Newfoundland)

NOVEMBER 2 (Cover; Seeking Riches fron the Sea Fishing; Prize Paintings fron a Canadian Exhibition in the Beaverbrook Gallery; Wherever the C.P.R. goes Company Police go with Them; Death Walks a Golf Course - Toronto Harold Kalles Killed in Freak Accident; Mackenzie King the Middle Tears - How He Survived the Beauharnois Scandal" part 3 of 4)

NOVEMBER 9 (Cover; Nikita Khrushchev by Karsh; Four Days of Horror on the Great Lakes 50 Years Ago - a Dozen Ships Lost and 251 Men; Sandra Dee "Marriage Isn't a Storybook Romance"; Hypnotist Reveen Entertainer Who Puts You to Sleep; Andy O'Brien " Royal Military College No Glory Athletes"; Canada's First Citizens Speak Out - Indians Want a Fair Shake; "Mackenzie King the Middle Years - How the Spirit World Gave him Reassurance" part 4 of 4; Nursery for Orphaned Seals in Britain; Ken Kendall's Private Heaven in Boat Harbour on Vancouver Island; Treats in Store for Young Readers;Canada's Riders on Show at Trials for Royal Winter Fair in Toronto; Karsh in Russia - part 1 vof 2)

NOVEMBER 16 (Cover; Canadian Football; 1963 All Canada Football Team;First of Three Articles on Universities "Why Canada Needs 162,000 New University Students"; Patricia Neal Actress Who Triumphed Over Tragedy; A Rose for Canada's Birthday; Karsh in Russia - part 2 of2; Don't Fool with the Whiskey Jack - Canadian Jay)

NOVEMBER 23 (Cover; Three Girls Singing in Canada's Historic Royal Chapel; "A Quebec Separatist Tells her Story - I Helped the F.L.Q. Terrorists Because i Love My Husband" part 1 of 2 by Jeanne Schoeters; Andy O'Brien "What's Next in the Grey Cup"; Second of Three Articles on Universities "The New Universities Break with the Past")

NOVEMBER 30 (Cover; Claudette Le Jazz Hot in Toronto; How to Succeed in Prison; Marriage by Machine - Computer Pairing; "A Quebec Separatist Tells her Story - My Husband Betrayed Me to the Police" part 2 of 2 by Jeanne Schoeters; Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon Holiday in Greece; Third of Three Aticles on Universities "Ahead for Universities"; N.H.L. Top Four Defensemen Share their One Top Secret)

DECEMBER 7 (Cover; Model Paula Smith in Hooded Nightgown; Montreal's Proud Place Des Arts; Labor Dispute Between Farmers and Woodcutters ends in the Death of 3 Over a Pile of Wood at Reesor Siding Ontario; Ida-May and Alec MacInnes Bring Ragtime Back to Toronto; Innocent Abroad in Los Angeles; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens Bobby Rousseau; Teenagers Berserk Week in Karlskoga Sweden; Gay Gifts for the Gay Season; Japan Skier Yuichiro Miura Skiing Dowm Mount Fuji; East Gwillimbury School Section 7 - Christmas in a Little Red Schoolhouse; Chuck Conners in Paradise On and Off the Screen; Dos and Dont's of Gift Plants)

DECEMBER 14 (Cover; Great Horned Owl Perched on a Branch; Edmonton Opera Pays its Own Way; Hockey Stars - Toronto Maple Leafs Bob Pulford; Colleen Dewhurst Arrives on Broadway; Paul Chouinard's Tame Wildlife; Richard Burton's Aunt in Winnipeg - Mrs. Sally Cannell; Andy O'Brien "Detroit Red Wings Alex Faulkner both Lucky and Good")

DECEMBER 21 (Coverl Gold Medallion of Mary and Christ Child - Church Treasures of Old Quebec; Miss Frobisher Can't Lose with her Grade 1 Pageant; "We Conquered the Legendary Nahanni River" by Captain F.L. Barry; Legend of the Captain and the Christmas Tree - Starbelle; Chicago Black Hawks Coach Billy Reay; Hockey Stars - Detroit Red Wings Parker MacDonald)


JANUARY 18 (Cover; Singer Bobby Curtola; The Exuberant Miss Judy LaMarsh; French LesJeunes Comediens Theatre Plays Western Canada; Fashion - Well Shaped for Swimming; Hockey Stars - Detroit Red Wings Gordie Howe; Cary Grant a Star at 60; Tightest Checking in Maple Leafs vs. Canadiens Games)

JANUARY 25 (Cover; 17-year old French Bride Marie Christine Aumont; "They Tunnelled to Freedom in Wartime Canada - When the Germans Broke Out of Camp X" part 1 of 3; Cymbals in the Pulpit - Canadian Minister in Brooklyn New York; Waterloo University Campus Carnival; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens Dave Balon; Andy O'Brien "Sonny Liston and Cassias Clay - Time for Clouting Not Clowning")

FEBRUARY 1 (Cover; Groundhogs Have Their Day - In Medicine; "They Tunnelled to Freedom in Wartime Canada - An Incredible Venture Almost Succeeds" part 2 of 3; Cathy Holter's Tame Ostrich Jughead; Andy O'Brien "The Marlies Learn How to Skate"; Glynis John - She's Kookie Like a Fox; Hockey Stars - New York Rangers Phil Goyette)

FEBRUARY 8 (Cover; Three Women in Stretch Pants on the Ski Slope; A Startling Report on Death on the Highways; Hockey Stars - Toronto Maple Leafs Carl Brewer; "They Tunnelled to Freedom in Wartime Canada - Blizzard and Bush Defeat the Escapers" part 3 of 3; Canadian Art on Display in London; Andy O'Brien "Bobby Hull is the New Howie Morenz)

FEBRUARY 15 (Cover; Daphne Rowed with Childhood Freind Mario Davalos in Mexico; "You and Your Nerves - Tension Can Work for You" part 1 of 3; Pat Hervey is Toronto's Gift to Country Music; Falcons Clear the Skies Over Airports; Isometrics Motionless Exercise; Hockey Stars - Detroit Red Wings Terry Sawchuk)

FEBRUARY 22 (Cover; Cardinal Leger's African Welcome; Princeton University Professor Joe Brown "What's Right in Boxing has a Value That We Need"; "You and Your Nerves - Tension Tells You to Take It Easy" part 2 of 3; As Brave as He is Big - Newfoundland Dog Skipper; Hockey Stars - Chicago Black Hawks Bobby Hull; Hamilton's Eye Catching Constable - Florence Hayashi)

FEBRUARY 29 (Cover; Canadian Actress Frances Hyland; Saint John's Red Carpet For the Russian Crew of a Soviet Grain Ship; "You and Your Nerves - Tension Takes its Toll of Teenagers" part 3 of 3; Andy O'Brien "Kids Revive Ottawa Hockey"; Hockey Stars - Montreal Canadiens John Ferguson; Marilyn and John Brooks Toronto New Curiosity Shop)

MARCH 7 (Cover; Danish Actress Hanne Borchsenius; "The Great Armored Car Robbery" part 1 of 2; Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole in "Becket"; Scandinavian Girls are Gorgeous; "Women Talk to Much" by Dr. W. Gifford-Jones; Willie Weiler - Star of Canada's Unknown Sport of Gymnastics)

MARCH 15 (Cover; Learning Curling at School; Comparison of Four Auto Wokers Lives Fron England, France, Germany and Canada; Beauty on a Surfboard - Yvette MimieuxHarry Haigh of Victoria - Junkman Who Lives in a Mansion; Shelburne Nova Scotia Fishermen Who Shoot the Goose; "The Great Armored Car Robbery" part 2 of 2; Tony Randall Likes Playing Second Fiddle; Jam-Pail Curlers in Winnipeg; Andy O'Brien "Long Season for New York Rangers Goalie Jacques Plante)

MARCH 21 (Cover; King Tut's Treasure Visits Canada; Where Will Success Take Manitoba Premier Duff Roblin ?; Many a Pretty Girl is Now Smoking a Pipe; Baseball Photo Fun; Teenasge Dynamo Starlet Cheryl Holdridge; University of Toronto Professor Dr. Myron Schaeffer Makesd Music with Machines)

MARCH 28 (Cover; Model in Shift to Wear Around the Clock; Canada's Desert Force in the Gaza Strip; Fraud Bingo Binge that Cost Toronto Millions; Andy O'Brien "Playoff Time Overtime Marathon Hockey"; Avalanches are the Enemy of Rogers Pass Stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway; Christopher Plummer in TV Production of "Hamlet" Filmed in Denmark)

APRIL 4 (Cover; Painting a Freighter in Vancouver Harbor; Social Insurance Numbers areComing to Canada; Joan Fairfax's All-Girl Orchestra Takes Over from Guy Lombardo in New York City; Red Cross Team on a Errand of Mercy in Prison of Horror in Yemen; Maisie Hurley Says B.C. Still Belongs to the Indians; Frank Boucher Speaks his Mind on the State of Hockey Today; Telephones Look to The Future; Newfoundland's Legends Will Never Die)

APRIL 11 (Cover; Dolores Del Rio Still a Beauty at 58; Political Reporter on 850,000 Teenage Voters; European Drivers Will Drive You Crazy; Andy O'Brien "Are we Suckers to Continue in the Olympics ?"; How British Courts Catch Runaway Lovers; Canada 1967 Expo Sketches by Stanley King; Canadian Couple Find Dream Home in Ancient German Prison in Rothenburg, Bavaria; Albert Finney - Actor by Accident"Good News From Old Crow" by Flo Whyard on Life in an Arctic Village; Famous Watusi Dancers of Rwanda perform for Montreal's Cardinal Leger)

APRIL 18 (Cover; Wild Ponies on an Atlantic Isle; Mystery of the Lover's Lane Murders near Nanaimo B.C.; Louis Berai Sells Fashion Know-How; Cassius Clay is Crazy Like a Fox; Sable Island's Sea Swept Solitude; Students Make Love for Shakespeare -The National Theatre School)

APRIL 25 (Cover; Madeline Kronby of TV's "Chez Helene"; The Winter the Atlantic Went Beserk; Hilary Dunsterville and Lou-bette Herrick drove for 3 Years all Thru North and South America; First Ad in this Magazine for "The Ford Mustang"; Andy O'Brien "Behind the Dodgers 1963 World Series Sweep - How "'the Book' Beat the Yankees; Barbra Streisand as Fanny Brice in the Broadway Play "Funny Girl"; Looks What Behind the Iron Curtain - Actress Beba Loncar)

MAY 2 (Cover; Toronto's Young Soprano Diane Stapley; Lady Bird Johnson's First Day as First Lady; Michelle Boulizon and Jane Maynard Mather in the National Gallery in Ottawa; John and Christine Dawson Honeymoon in Africa's Most Active Volcano the Ol Doinyo Langai)

MAY 9 (Cover; Vancouver's Early Mornig Flower Auction; Canadian Born Actress Madeleine Sherwood "My Crime was to take 5 Steps on a Freedom Walk in Alabama; Ottawa's Busy Lazy Gypsy Charles Fisher; Presenting The Lipizzaners of Vienna; U.S. Election Year - Hectic Scamble for Republican Power)

MAY 16 (Cover; Bonnie Derome is Drownproofed;Canadian Forces in Cyprus are Tough but Tactful; Rock Hudson and Doris Day Top Box Office Team; Hector Newman Bought his Afican Nergo Bride for 50 Pounds; Flying Scotsman of Motor Racing - Jimmy Clark and his Lotus; How to Drownproof Yourself)

MAY 23 (Cover; England's Petula Clark; Two Canadian Fugitivesw Caught in New York - Jean Claude Messier and Antonio Facchino; Eskimo Family Tag Snow Geese at Banding Station; May 29, 1914 The Steam Ship "The Empress" Sank in the St. Lawrence and a Thousand Died; The Long Quiet Line to J.F.K. Grave; Army Gets Taste of Naval Life Aboard Carrier "Bonaventure")

MAY 30 (Cover; How Dokpik Took Over Canada; There's a New Type of Paul Martin in Politics; German Actress Senta Berger; Joe Flaherty Won his Freedom and a Bride; Andy O'Brien "Arnold Palmer vs. Sam Snead"; Fraudulent Canadian Paintings)

JUNE 6 (Cover; Actress Ann-Margaret; Building Montreal's Subway; Statistics on the Canadian Family; Harold Wilson's Dream and his Drive for the Top; Many Boxing Champs Struck it Rich; Canadian War Artist Orville Fisher on his D-Day Sketches; Hayley Mills is Four Faced)

JUNE 13 (Cover; Model in a Bathing Cap; Accidental Release of Nuclear Bomb in South Carolina Hamlet; They Can't Type Cast Natalie Wood; Queen's Plate Pagentry - Paintings by Allan Mardon; London Man Threatens to Jump with Child in his Arms; Don and Lil McCardiaCoffee Shop in Edson, Alberta Silver Dollars Line the Walls; Elizabethan Party for Canada's Stratford Company in England)

JUNE 20 (Cover; Young Goeffrey McCallum with Two Beagle Pups; Newfoundland's Highway of Promise; Carroll Adams has Two Ant-Eaters as Pets; Husband and Wife Knife Throwing Act - Don and Honey Ray of Calgary; Julie Andrews is a Film Star; More Good Jobs For Women; The Six Day Bike Race Makes a Comeback)

JULY 4 (Cover; Suirrel Feeding Two Young in Nest; Guy Lombardos and his Royal Canadians; Princess Irene Royal Romance that Shook the Solid Dutch; Andy O'Brien "The Truth about Las Vegas Odds")

AUGUST 8 (Cover; Mary-Jo Powell and Horse Sam of Edmonton's Sheriff's Posse; Mactaquac Hydro Electric Project in New Brunswick; Search and Rescue Service - For Cars; Blighty Mouse of England; Husbands Should be Bosses Says Jane Russell; Andy O'Brien "A Case for Major League Baseball in Canada")

SEPTEMBER 5 (Cover; Women's Capes Make a Comeback; Soviet Scientist Looking for Cure to Old Age; Around the World Under watewr - Diver Heather MacEwan; TV Actor Barry Morse from England; Canadian Yachtsmen at Japan Olympics Have a Chance)

SEPTEMBER 12 (Cover; Deborah Banks of White Head Island, New Brunswick go to School by Boat; Let's Have Swimming Pools Without Children; Washington's Capitol Hill Politics with Punch Lines; Canadian Football There's More than Meets the Eye; Lady Aberdeenwas Stormy Petrel in Government House; The Magic og Ingrid Bergman; All Paris Love the Sidewalk Singers - Except the GendarmesCharlie Duesberry of Belleville, Ontario Decoys are Standing Ducks)

SEPTEMBER 26 (Cover; Montreal's Colette Boky sets her Sights on Opera Heights; "Moscow at Play - Russia's Sports Success" part 1; New Teaching Methods for Deaf Children in Montreal; North Okanagan Valley Winemaker Pasquale Capozzi; In Praise of Apples - drawings by Ann Pritchard; Convicted Impersonater and Fraud James Atkins; Andy O'Brien "Has Central Canada Football Gone Effette ?")

OCTOBER 3 (Cover; Young Russian Couple in Bathing Suits by Pool; Case for the Year Round Campus; Clown Who Takes Life Seriously - Larry Evers; "Moscow at Play - Swimming Sun in Summer and Steam in Winter" part 2; Dublin Actress Nuala FitzGerald; Ellis Island - Lonely Dog and a Million Memorie's; Mammoth Nickel on hill above Sudbury, Ontario)

OCTOBER 10 (Cover; Women's Spunky and Sporty Winter Hats; New Cars for 1965 - Change and Challenge; Sailor Harry James Townsend Recalls Cruise Ship "Yankee" Nightmare Voyage to Rarotonga; "Moscow at Play - No Tennis Bums in Russia" part 3; 50 years for the Quebec's Royal 22nd Regiment; Vic Damone is a Hit Again; LBJ - The Brand of Firm Persuasion; The Golfing Lewis Family of Moncton , New Brunswick)

OCTOBER 17 (Cover; Belle Desrosiers - Yukon Big Game Guide; "Suez Conspiracy and Crisis - How England and France Plotted with Israel - part 1 of 5; Miss Dominion of Canada Mary Lou Farrell a True Newfoundlander; TV Actor Gary Conway and Girls; "Moscow at Play - Off to the Races !" part 4; Big in the Dog World - Irish Wolfhounds; Summer Quiz Kids on Parliament Hill)

OCTOBER 31 (Cover; John Lennon on Phone; Ghosts, Goblins - and Adults Who Should Know Better; Two Photographers Tour North America with The Beatles; East face of Quebec Cape Trinity is Finally Scaled; Andy O'Brien "Cash and Carry Players of Football"; "Suez Conspiracy and Crisis - Pearson Makes his Play for Peace" part 3 of 5)

NOVEMBER 7 (Cover; Queen Elizabeth in Canada; Mama Maria of Belguim Lost Canadian Aiman Bruce Dawson Campbell Who was Shot Down Returns to Visit After 23 Years;Mrs. Peter Sellers is Swedish Sensation Britt Eklund; The Royal Visit in Color; "Suez Conspiracy and Crisis - Diplomats Talk but the Troops Landed" part4 of 5)

NOVEMBER 28 (Cover; Eskimo Girl Oleepeeka Tiglee Cheery Voice of Arctic Switchboard Operator; Montreal's Sir George Williams University Concrete Campus; Stray Cats with Fine Lives; Vietnam the Cruel War Laboratory; The Gregory Clark Theory of Traffic; Hockey's Most Unlikely Great is Charlie Hodge)

DECEMBER 5 (Cover; Patricia Nolin - Fame and Some Embarrassment; The New Kennedyn Frontier - Bobby Kennedy and the White House; Jean Harlow's New Era; The Turner's Home in Ottawa Test House; "My Life with the Moscow Circus" by Archie Key; R.C.A.F. Posting in Sardinia Sun, Sea and Sand; Andy O'Brien " Boxer Yvon Durelle Down but Not Out"Queen Elizabeth Fashion - Royal Restraint and a new Elegance)


JANUARY 23 (Cover; Canadian Maple Leaf Flag on Parliament Hill; "The Comfortable Church" by Pierre Burton on the Anglican Church; Canadian Actress Redhead Carol Morley; How Canada's Flag was Born; Andy O'Brien "Chuvalo Could Beat Patterson")

JANUARY 30 (Cover; Russia vs. Canada at World Hockey; Montreal's Mary Suzuli Letters from a Georgia Prison; Actor Don Francis - Snarling on Top of the World; "WW ll Operation Musketoon - One Dozen Brave Men" part 1 of 2; Our Failure at World Hockey - Bunny Ahearne Tells Us how to do Better)

FEBRUARY 6 (Cover; Bea Lillie Still the Funniest; Mensa Exclusive Club for the Very Bright; "WW ll Operation Musketoon - Orders from Hitler and Death for Seven" part 2 of 2; Andy O'Brien "We're Going Head Over Heels for Judo)

FEBRUARY 20 (Cover; Canadian Ballet Choreographer Brian Macdonald and Wife Olivia Wyatt; Strange Life of Happy Inmate Marcel Deziel; Counterfeit Animal Parts Used to Bilk Governments; Canadian Golf Pro George Knudson; Original Canadian Paintings go on a Tour of Ontario)

FEBRUARY 27 (Cover; St. Paul's Cathedral January 30, 1965; Winston Churchill Nov. 30, 1874 - Jan. 24, 1965; How Coach Dave Jacobs is Coaching Our Skiers to Win; Toronto's New City Hall; Sammy Davis in Broadway Play "Golden Boy"; Hockey Mothers of Canada Unite !)

MARCH 13 (Cover; Model in Bathing Hat; "Quebec Today - Separatists Lose Ground but the Revolution Goes On" part 1 of 4; Jack Benny "Nobody Knows the Real Me"; "The Art of Living with Pets" Text and Illustrations by Graham Bardell; Artist Robert Harris Painted the Faces of Canada; Andy O'Brien "Quebec Hockey Team "Aces" Manditory To Wear Helmuts")

MARCH 20 (Cover; Young Brasd Washo Rides a Life Size Plastic Elephant; Forest of Hidden Airmen in WW ll France; "Quebec Today - Rene Levesque the Undecided Messiah" part 2 of 4: Reverend Keith Crouse is also a Body Builder; Actress Elizabeth Ashley; Runners Snell - Crothers Duel)

MARCH 27 (Cover; New Guinea Ipili Tribesman; Olivia and Elzire Dionne - How Canada's Best Known Parents Coped with Fame; "New Guinea Gold - We Find Gold in a Stone Age Land" part 1 of 2 by Hillel Rivlin;  Beatle Ringo Starr Takes a Wife; Andy O'Brien "Hockey Tension at the End of the Season"; "Quebec Today - The Moderates men in the Middle" part 3 of 4;)

APRIL 3 (Cover; Rising Actress Rosemary Forsyth; Conversation with Prime Minister Lester Pearson; George Axelrod Gambles on the Girls - With Italian Actress Virna Lisi, Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe; "New Guinea Gold - We Brave the 'Devil' Down River" part 2 of 2 by Hillel Rivlin; It's Fun Time in Baseball - The Stories Behind the Games; Canada Gets a New Cardinal - Maurice Cardinal Roy; "Quebec Today - Island of English in a Sea Of French" part4 of 4; Bid to Save a Historic Bird - Bald Eagle)

APRIL 10 (Cover; Island Nursery for Seal Pups; Ottawa's Red Spies Wicked, Wacky and Ever Present; Carefree Toronto Family the Abbott's in India; Henry Fonda Tossed Thru the Air; Vancouver's Karen Fawcett on Tour; East Africa Safari Car Rally)

APRIL 17 (Cover; Young Girl with Adopted Baby Brother; Canada's Expo 67 Pavilion; Young Canadians Talk Politics; Swinging Art of Alexander Calder; Sport of Queens - Horse Racing; Halifax Theatre for and By Children; Andy O'Brien "Big Time Hockey is a Good Career But...")

APRIL 24 (Cover; Canada's World Champion Figure Skater Petra Burka; South Vietnam - Close up of a Distant War; Miss Israel of 1961 Gila Golan; Battle of the Sexes in Britain; There is Help and Hope for Thalidomide Babies; The Privileged World of the Private Pilot; Dogs of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police; "Donald Campbell - Land Speed Records are his Heritage" part 1 of 2; Genevieve Bujold Success Formula - Work 15 Hours a Day; Little Girls Come out to Play - drawings by Anne Pritchard)

MAY 15 (Cover; Ursula Andress; Menopause the Unnecessary Feminine Decline; Beautiful Women Abound in Movie "What's New Pussycat" with Peter O'Toole; Escape from Hurricane Hattie - Rescue in the Caribbean from Oil Rig; Canadian Professional Photographers on Show; Houston Astrodome the Stadium that Could Revolutionize Sports; The Misses Toronto - Beauty Queens with no Regrets; North Carolina Cherokees Play Stickball; Great Pyrenees People Bark People Listen)

MAY 22 (Cover; The Leducs of Ottawa one Big Happy Family; "Why I am Moving to Canada" by Jack Keller; James Bond Gets a New Girl Claudine Auger; Walter Bonatti Climbed the Matterhorn in Just 5 Days; Morning with Max Ferguson; Montreal Skyline from Dawn to Dusk)

MAY 29 (Cover; Dancing Clown Rima Brodie; Christianity in Red China; Art From Odds and Ends; The Far Out Fashions of Hardy Amies; Jack Nicklaus Urges Golfers to Learn to Hit the Long Ball; Skateboards a Fad for Fun and Fractures)

JUNE 5 (Cover; Robert Goulet with Wife Carol and Infant Christopher; "The Ordeal of Sam Baron" part 1 of 2; Sports Car Racing Shifts into High Gear in Canada; Diorama of Old Quebec City)

JUNE 12 (Cover; Stained Glass Artist Astri Reusch; Italian Actress Claudia Cardinale;"The Ordeal of Sam Baron - The Man Who Wouldn't Give In" part 2 of 2; New Royal Bank of Canada Building in Toronto Home to Two New Tapestries; Witch Doctor with Money Making Magic - South African Khotso Sethuntsa)

July 10 (Cover; Ambassador of Iran's Wife Afsar Kia; "The Big Car Battle - The Safety Crusaders versus the Auto Makers" part 1 of 2; Sam Snead's Incredible Eagle at Canadian Open; "The Queen Mother her Personal Story - The Years of Duty, Devotion and Death" part 3 of 4)

JULY 31 (Cover; Dora MacDonald Riding the Wake on the Rideau; The Indians - an Abandoned and Dispossessed People; Deborah Kerr Kibitzes with the Clan; Mighty Men of Zorra - Tug of War Champions of the 1890's; Gregory Clark Explains What to do Till the Plumber Arrives)

AUGUST 28 (Cover; Bottlenose Dolphins can Teach Us New Tricks; The First Man on the Moon - The Race to be First; Canadian John Chapman is the Top Man in Harness Racing; Childrens Fashions)

SEPTEMBER 11 (Cover; The One and Only Sophia Loren; "Prairie Schoolteacher - Alone, Helpless and Scared" part 1 of 3; Canadian Students Volunteering in Mexico; Protected Paradise at Shubenacadie; The Ultimate Mile - Roger Bannister's Prediction; The Dirty Air we Breathe in the Cities; Chantal Beauregard New French Voice of CBC Radio in Toronto; The Many Musical Masellas of Montreal)

OCTOBER 9 (Cover; Top Girl Gymnast Gail Daley; "Sir Wilfred Laurier - The Young Rouge" part 1 of 5; Drugs Under Diplomatic Immunity - Mexican Ambassador Smuggling Narcotics; Tarzan's New Mate id ancy Kovac; Old Home for a Little Theatre - Kingston's Historical Officer's Club; The Quarterback's Dangerous Art; British Justice - The Reality Doesn't Measure up to the Myth; Movie Review "Fantastic Voyage")

OCTOBER 16 (Cover; Montreal Model Maura Keene; The High and Unknown Cost Of Elections; Actress Patty Duke; Basement Grand Prix - Model Car Racing; "Sir Wilfred Laurier - The Young Rouge becomes Prime Minister" part 2 of 5; She Focuses on Royalty - Photographer Lisa Sheridan; Kip Wagner and his Crew Hunt Treasure off Florida Coast; Look Who Looks Like Clark Gable - Sean Connery; In Fez, Morocco Dr. Rousseau and his Donket Patients; Musical Theatre "Anne of Green Gables"With Jamie Ray as Anne)

OCTOBER 30 (Cover; Halloween Scene; Death on Oak Island off Nova Scotia Coast - Robert and Bobbie Restall; On the Sidewalks of New Yorkville, Toronto; Pope Paul Vl Visits the United Nations in a Pilgrimage for Peace; "Baron Thompson of Fleet - The Tycoon from North Bay" part 1 of 2; The Mystery of Women in Politics; Hockey's Gordie Howe in his 20th Season; Aspiring Actress Tish Sterling; "Sir Wilfred Laurier - Bitter Taste of Defeat" part 4 of 5; Friendly Halloween Witch Hunt)

NOVEMBER 13 (Cover; University of Vancouver Freshmen Linda Hamilton and Ursula Schaefer with Worps; "Vietnam a New Kind of War - The U.S. Seventh Fleet" part 1 of 3; Return of the Great Stone Face Buster Keaton; That McKinnon Girt of Don Messer's; J.E.H. MacDonald - Talent from the Tangled Garden; Singing in the Reign of Mao; The Wonderful Knee of Marie Dupuis -Cured by Surgery)

NOVEMBER 20 (Cover; U.S.S. Cogswell on the Firing Line; Bad Cheques and the Good Life; Newfoundland Nurse Bennett of the Outports; "Vietnam a New Kind of War - The Role of a Tough Old Destryer" part 2 of 3; The Beatles Let Their Hair Down; The Film Winston Churchill Wanted Made - His First 25 Years; George Macgillivray Heart's in the Highland Pony Business; Actor Omar Sharif has All the Luck; Royal Military College where Champions are Made Not Born; Happy Hearts and Fishing for Steelheads - Illustrations by Ted Rand)

NOVEMBER 27 (Cover; Blonde in Fun Fashions for Skiing; The Population Explosion; Glider Pilot Christine Pattison; "Vietnam a New Kind of War - Fighting the Unseen Enemy" part 3 of 3; E.P. Taylor's Horse Sale; Montreal Jeweller Roger Lucas D-Type Jaguar; A Rookie Dreams of the N.H.L. - Gilles Marrote; Ballet - Nureyev and Fonteyn in "Romeo and Juliet")

DECEMBER 4 (Cover; Dachshund in Hat and Coat; Colonel Eddie Baker - The Blind Leader of the Blind; La Jeunesse Active de Montreal Youth Group; 250 Kingston Kids get to Paint a Wall in a Happening; Dr. C.F. Douglas Ackman's Prescription for Safer Skiing; Duke and Duchess of Windsor at Paris Screening of thye Movie "A King's Story"; Montreal Designer Ernest Rex Createde a Portable Office Suite; Rocket Belts Invention on the Way Up; Igor Gouzenko the Man Who can Trust No One)

DECEMBER 18 (Cover; Opera Star Teresa Stratas; Mrs. Nancy Elgie Senior Psychologist of North York Board of Education "We are Demanding too Much of Our Children"; Victoria B.C. Christ Church Anglican Cathedral has the Opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors"; Billy McKenna a Football Monster at Yale University; Dave Fulton Wants to be Leader of Conservative Party; "The Starbelle Sails Again" Legend and Illustrations by Ernest Taylor)


JANUARY 8 (Cover; New Canadians of Yesterday; Canada's Alouette ll Satellite Around Earth Every Two Hours; "The Little Captive - Struggle for Life in the Wilderness" part 1 of 2 by Stuart Trueman; Kate Reid goes to Hollywood - Via Biloxi; Port Royal Apartment Tower in Montreal;l "How I Would Fight Cassius Clay" as Told to Andy O'Brien by Jack Dempsey)

JANUARY 15 (Cover; James Bond's New Girl Claudine Auger; " The Abdication as I Saw It - King Edward the Vlll and Mrs Simpson" part 1 of 2 by Lord Beaverbrook; "The Little Captive - The Long Way Back Home" part 2 of 2 by Stuart Trueman; Malka and Joso - Two at the Top; The Twenty-Seventh Parliment - A Stormy Session in Store; Toronto Maplke Leafs Bob Pulford is so Good You Don't Even See Him)

JANUARY 22 (Cover; Canadians in The Ice Follies Show; "Rhodesia - Where White Makes Right" by Philip Smith; Your Help is Needed to Track Down a Killer; "The Abdication as I Saw It - The King Was Afraid to Fight" part 2 of 2 by Lord Beaverbrook; Cover Story - The Faces Behind the Ice Follies)

JANUARY 29 (Cover; Rita Tushingham; CN Rail - the Great Passenger Eperiment; Blair Richardson - The Hard Punching Bible Belter; The Blouse - First Sign of Spring; First Came the Vikings - illustrations by Hans Zander)

FEBRUARY 5 (Cover; Jean Shrimpton; New York Rangers Down but not Out with Their Fans; Sky Skiing in the Buga boos; Happy Housewives at the End of Their Rope - Tug of War between the Bramalea Bulldozers vs. Las Vegas Chorus Girls; Pink Saskatchewan Prosperity - Potash; "The Rugged Outdoorsmen" by Gregory Clark)

FEBRUARY 19 (Cover; Kenyatta of Kenya; The Comfortable Pew Revisited; Opera Touring in Canada without Stars; Water Torture in Vietnam; Cover Story - The Dance of the Kenya Tribes; Andy Hebenton is Hockey's Incredible Iron Man; Mary Chang's Capsule Wardrobe)

APRIL 2 (Cover; Toronto Maple Leafs Goalie Johnny Bower; Imigration - The Gathering Swarm; Ginger Rogers on Broadway in "Hello Dolly !"; "A Thousand Days - John F. Kennedy a President for the Twentieth Century" part 1 of 4 by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.; The Day the Witch Doctor Came - Wendy Cahill Reich; Cover Story - A Goalie Must be Brave and Good; Built for a Duke but Fit for a King - Victorian Era Locomotive; One Legged Skier Stephen Naisby; Fashion - Get a Head with a Hat)

APRIL 9 (Cover; Painting of the Entrance into Jerusalem; Convict Who Wouldn't Come out of the Hole - Kingston Inmate Johnny Young; George Peck the Eager Bird Egg Photographer; Regent Lacoursiere Cold Water and Courage; "A Thousand Days - Young Family in the White House" part 2 of 4 by ArthurM. Schlesinger Jr.; Solomon's Temple Rises Again in Montreal Basement of Lazare Albert Halberthal)

APRIL 23 (Cover Tv Actress Susan Clark; Newfoundland's Come Home Year; The Day the Thinkers Won the World Series - 1965 Dodgers; Pick a Pack of Puffins; Sunny Days for Sonny and Cher; Rare and Ancient Treasures from Japan coming to Toronto; "A Thousand Days - Kennedy's Friends and Foes as he Saw Them" part 4 of 4 by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.; The Day Ireland was Born; 100 Years of Cheering - Sports in Canada)

APRIL 30 (Cover; Olympic Skier Nancy Greene; A.Y. Jackson - Portrait of an Artist; Sunken Treasure Bounty on the Bottom of the Ocean; Salvaging the ship "Lawrencecliffe Hall'; Thimble the Dainty Donkey; Elizabeth Taylor in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf ?"; Canada's First Air Force - American Plane and a Canadian Who Couldn't Fly - Captain E.L. Janney; Backroom Girls of CBC Broadcasting; Golden Spring of Daffodils)

MAY 7 (Cover; Polar Bears in Vancouver's Stanley Park Zoo; The "Old Lady" of the Sea after *0 Years of Service; Singing Father Columba McManus; In the Tombs of the Mayas; Runner Marjorie Turner traing on Nova Scotia Beach; How to Read Faster and Faster and Faster; Golf Pro Who's Never in the Rough - Rosedale's Jack Kay; Desinger Kelly's Women Look Like Women)

MAY 28 (Cover; Yellow-Shafted Flicker Feeding it's Young; Canadian Housewife Ruth Lor Malloy "We Learned to Live with War in Vietnam"; Killer Whale Namu's Movie Debut; That's Drag Racing - a Day with the Stocks and, Fuellers and Bumblebees; "The Turbulent Life of Mickey Rooney" part 1 of 3 by Mickey Rooney)

JUNE 4 (Cover; Melody Greer - and Sometimes She's a Snow Bunny; "The Whole Thing was a Lie" by Vietnam Vet Donald Duncan; Nova Scotia Acadia University - The Baptists and the Battle for Academic Freedom; "The Turbulent Life of Mickey Rooney - Love, Marriage and Divorce Hollywood Style" part 2 of 3 by Mickey Rooney; Karate an Explosion of Violence)

JUNE 11 (Cover; Canadian Equestrian Gail Ross; Kingston, Ontario Psychiatrist Dr. George D. Scott is Proud of his Son the Dropout Who Joined the U.S. Military; Canadian Photographer Roloff Beny; The Turbulant Life of Mickey Rooney - How to Spend $12 Million" part 3 of 3 by Mickey Rooney; "The Black Watch at Sanctuary Wood" by C.B. Topp)

JUNE 18 (Cover; Julie Christie; 100 Years of Great Canadians; Latest and Loveliest Movie Faces from Europe; "How i Challenged the Russians at Their Own Game - Chess" by Jack Carroll; BBC Commissioned the Movie "The War Game": and Decided Not to Show It; Cargo Ship "Keenora" of Lake Winnipeg; Harness Racing Betting)

JUNE 25 (Cover; "Pretty Blonde Models Baggy Bloomers; "Keep Fit and Keep Thinking" by Dr. Paul Dudley White; In Pursuit of Ptarmigan; Gamblers Ananymous - Betters in Search of a Better Life; Water Skiing With and Without Skis)

JULY 2 (Parliament Hill;We Need More Truck and Trade with the Yankees; Sailing Ship "Flying Cloud" Recreated by Modern Craftsmen; The Centennial - This is What's Happening; Golf's Big Three at Play - Arnold Palmer, Jack NickLaus and Gary Player; Small Town Dominion Day Parade - sketched by John Richmond)

JULY 9 (Cover; Meet LEM - Lunar Excursion Module; Canadians and the Moon; Fashion - Knits with a National Flavor; Canadian Actor Jean Gascon Occupies Much Room in Life; Andy O'Brien "When Willie Mays is Feeling Good Look Out"; The Artists of "IT")

JULY 16 (Cover; Canada's Kate du Pont in the Money and the Movies; Walter MacAskill's Ships; Hockey's All Stars on Show -Full Page Colour Pictures of Bobby Hull, Jacques Laperriere, Pierre Pilote, Gordie Howe, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall; Genevieve Bujold Mad Acrobat Actress from Montreal)

JULY 23 (Cover; Women Walking with Skirt Hems Above the Knee; How They Raised a Missing H-Bomb off the Coast of Spain; "How I Aped Tarzan" by Bill Trent; Cassius Clay "Mohammed Ali and the Feats of Clay")

JULY 30 (Cover; Les Feux Follets of Montreal Dances for a Nation; The *th Commonwealth Games in Jamaica; Irving Layton Descibes his Poetry as Erotic, Sensual, Carnal, but Not Obscene; Regatta Day at Quidi Vidi)

AUGUST 6 (Cover; Cruising Down the Rideau; A Night with Today's Witches in England; Montreal's Le Gobelet Tavern; "It's the Laughs I Remember Most" by Football Referee Ray Boucher)

AUGUST 13 (Cover; Canadia Lilliputian Display; Birth Control - The Little Pill that's Changing Canada; The Trouble with Rummage Sales; Andy O'Brien "Would You Believe a Bright Future for the Canadian Football League ?"; The Poetry of E.J. Pratt)

AUGUST 20  (Cover; Raquel Welch; If Your Child is Not Going to College; Sharks Under Sail - Canadian Made Fiberglass Sloops; When the Sports Stars Don't Shine; Save the Old Railway Depot in the Village of Clover, Ontario)

AUGUST 27 (Cover; Candice Bergman in TaiwanA Crew of Britons Follow the Vikings Path; This Marriage is a Race - Race Car Drivers Toni and Stuart Ramsay; Centennial Tattoo will Tour the Country in 1967; Warren Stevens the Director of Athletics at the University of Toronto "Nothing's the Matter with Modern Youth"; Fashion - Fall for a Hat)

SEPTEMBER 3 (Cover; Rod Williams in the Boys Brigantine Race; The Man Who Lived with War - Air Vice-Marshal Raymond Collishaw; Ormstown, Quebec's Ecumenical Movement; The Trouble with Canadian Football is Too Many Rules and Too Much Film; Anne White's New Face - Chemical Face Peeling)

SEPTEMBER 10 (Cover; Hamilton's Terrible Tiger Cats; The Motorcycle Generation; "Miss L. Bruce, a Love Story" by Gregory Clark; Daniel Johnson the Unknown Leader of Quebec; The Skylon Towers Over Niagra Falls)

SEPTEMBER 17 (Cover; Actress Pat Galloway; The Highway Heart of Canada - From Windsor to Quebec; "The Duchess of Bedford - Marriage Without Love" part 1 of 4 by The Duchess of Bedford; Hostesses for God - St. Odile Roman Catholic Church in Quebec City; Dining Out in the Good Old days; New Show, New Faces - Caroline Tierney and Barbara Amiel; A Japanese Garden for Lethbridge; Andy O'Brien "What Teenagers Taught me about Swimminbg"; The Farm Fair - Artist Impressions by Bruce Johnson)

SEPTEMBER 24 (Cover; Man Reading a "Batman" comic with young Boy Looking over his Shoulder; Newfoundland Dirt Plane Runway in Harbour Grace; TV Star Dinah Chrisrie; The World Comes to Antigonish to Study Canadian Co-operatives; Miss France-Canada Friendship from Calgary - Gayle Clemmer; "The Duchess of Bedford - Working with the French Resistance" part 2 of 4 by the Duchess of Bedford; "Golf Gold" by Canadian Golf Pro Stan Leonard; Old Comic Books - A Funny Business; Montreal's Planetarium Opens)

OCTOBER 8 (Cover; Young Girl in Toronto's French Imerssion School; Birds of the Northern Forest; Guns For Crime- The Underworld has Thousands of Them; The Fan Who Bought his own Football Team - Montreal's Johnny Newman Owner of Montreal Beavers; "The Duchess of Bedford - My Life with a Most Unusual Duke" part 4 of 4 by The Duchess of Bedford; Buy Gold for a Good Investment)

OCTOBER 15 (Cover; Champion of Dressage Christilot Hanson; A Canadian Versus the U.S. Spymasters - part 1 of 2; Greta Van Rantwyk is a Canadian Swinger in London; The Fascination of Philately; The Ornamental Swimmers of Peterborough - Synchronized Swimming; Gordie Howe Says "American Kids can Play Hockey"; Scarborough College the Solid Halls of Learning; Die Now Live Later - New Deep Freeze Treatment)

NOVEMBER 5 (Cover; The Other Life of Charlie Chamberlain; Joseph Valkachi Tells of the Empire of Crime - The Costa Nostra; Business is Booming in the Field of Male Cosmetics; Good Paintings in Montreal's Sir George Williams University; Concrete Heaven of Paris's Ile de la Cite; "We Challenged the Atlantic in a Rowboat" part 2 of 2 by Captain John Ridgway and James Atwater; Robert Kennedy - Crown Prince of U.S. Politics; Canada's Inter-Provincial "Olympics"; The Fabulous Jewels of Iran)

NOVEMBER 12 (Cover; Toronto's Own Musical Ride - For Show and Service; "Our Bargain Paradise" by Jock Carroll on the Cottage Life; Wait a Mini ! - the Mini Skirt Invokes Varied Reactions; The Soft Life and the Hard Sell; Love Marriage and Jane Fonda; Flying Saucers - Does Somebody up There Like Us ?; This Orr is Pure Gold - Boston Bruins Bobby Orr; Newfoundland's Rugged Beauty - photos by George Hunter)

NOVEMBER 19 (Cover; Kicker Johnson's March into Hatred in Mississippi; Great Grey Cuo Plays; Women's Fashion - Fur Fun; Cuban's in Exile Fight Castro from Afar: Roy Tash and Fifty Years of Famous Faces; A Child's Playground of Horror - Los Alamos Science Museum; David McCallum Tries to mEscape from his own TV Image; Supersonic Great Grandmother Pilot Zaddie Bunker; Pwllheli's Golden Eagle; Prince Charles Birthday Portrait; Ted Rogers Alone at Sea and Blind in the Mists of Glaucoma; The Paintings of John Lyman)

NOVEMBER 26 (Cover; Catherine Spaak - New Pussycat from Europe; Jean Drapeau's Montreal; U.S. Draft Dodgers Tell why they Chose Canada; Montreal Canadiens - How to Succeed in Hockey by Really Trying; TV Arial "So We Tried to do it Ourselves" by Gregory Clark)

DECEMBER 3 (Cover; Doyle Klyn in Russia; When the Cable Came to Heart's Content - Great Eastern Links Newfoundlanl to Europe; Andy O'Brien "Let's Give them all Assists"; Lt.-General E.L.M. Burns his Alternative to Megamurder; Canadian Beauties - Pure, Plump and Proud; "My Pet Tarantula" by Robert W. Scarlett; Safe Driving Week - a Sad Report; Where the Girls are Paid to Talk - Brampton Radio Station CHIC all Girl Disc Jockeys; John the Barbered Beatle goes to War in the Movie "How I Won the War")

DECEMBER 10 (Cover; A Water Bomber of British Columbia; 1967 Expo Extraordinary; The Place is Ulster and the Condition is Hatred - Ian Paisley; Fashion - Christmas Belles; "The Mail Wouldn't go Through" by Gregory Clark; Death Duel Under the Sea - Shark vs. Octopus; "I Always Wanted to be a Dancer" Martine van Hamel of the National Ballet; The Little Children Victims of Vietnam War; "I Only Laugh When it Hurts"
 by Jill Tweedie on Child Birth; Christmas Fantasyland of Nova Scotia)

DECEMBER 24 (Cover; Little Mummers of Newfoundland; "Ring Around the Rosies" by Gregory Clark; Confederation Train - All Aboard for a Birthday; Cover Story - Will Ye Let the Mummers In ?; Fashion - Mode3l Babies; Christmas in the Country - by Artist Bruce Johnson; Hockey Stars - Chicago Black Hawks Pat Stapleton; Meet His Excellency the Marvellous Mex - Pedro Suinaga)

DECEMBER 31 (Cover; Beauty Spots; "Harvison of thr R.C.M.P. - Booze, Brothels and Drugs" part 1 of 4 by Clifford W. Harvison; Hubert Knapp's Prescription for New Year's Eve; Fashion - Spotty Dotties; Centerfold Pull-out Calendar; Our Own Gallery of 1966 Notables; Hockey Stars - Detroit Red Wings Roger Crozier; Hockey - The Goalmouth Where the Action is)


JANUARY 7 (Cover; The Soldier of the Future - The Ultimate in Everything; Whatever Happened to Helen Klaben - Airplane Crash Victim who Survived 49 Days in the Wilderness; A Castle in Langley, B.C.; Look What Canadians Have Inventede; Fashion - Movie Star Magic Makeovers; The Long, Hard Happy Life of Johnny Bower; Doug Wright's Family)


FEBRUARY 18 (Cover; Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip; A Tidal Wave of Higher Learning and it's Zealous, Stylish Prophet - University of Toronto President Claude Bissell; The Life of Lucille Ball; Isn't Winter Wonderful ? - in the Caribbean; Fashion - The Homemade Primitive Prints of Quebec's Minta de Jong and Coosea McDermottThe Rewards of Throwing Stones - Curling)

MARCH 11 (Cover; Intrigue in Fashion; Peace in Vietnam and the Man Who Might Pull it Off - Chester Ronning; President Lyndon Johnson and the Ladies; The Eleven Graves of Canadian Prime Ministers; "So Strong, So What ? - From Hero to Hermit - The Sorry Life of Doug Hepburn" part 1 of 3; Singer Peggy Neville)

MARCH 18 (Cover; Steve McQueen and Mrs. Lester Pearson; What Mrs. Pearson Really Thinks; Where do You Stand on the Beatle Haircut ?; "So Strong, So What ? - Welcome Home, Hepburn the Hero the Flophouse is Waiting" part 2 of 3; John Kost has Built a Better Mousetrap; Abandonded Canadian Bomber Bases in England; The Gentle Troublemakers - Hutterites in Canada; The Joys of Being Flat Chested - Top Model Babette Russell)

APRIL 8 (Cover; Vienna Opera Ball; The Sweep of the Northwest Territories; Easter at Vimy - Mud, Death, Pain of Prisoners; Bobby Orr - Yes he is Worth all that Money; "Man to Woman - Woman to Man" the Daring Experiment of Johns Hopkins)

MAY 27 (Cover; Annette Dionne as She is Today at 27; "Annette Dionne Allard - I'm a Housewife Now and I'm Only Beginning to Live" part 1 0f 2; How the Ideal Prime Minister would run Canada; At 25 Poor Papa Denny's a Rich Kid - The Mamas and the Papas; Women's Fashgion - Behind the Shades; Canada's Best Baseball Player the Houston Astros Relief Pitcher Claude Raymond)

JUNE 3 (Cover; Pro Golfer George Knudson; "The Man they Gave Up for Dead - The Diary of Plane Crash Survivor Robert Gauchie" part 1 of 2; "Annette Dionne Allard - I'm Out of the Cocoon" part 2 of 2; Women's Fashion - The Legend of the Little White Dress; Actor Alan Bates of the Movie "Georgy Girl")

JUNE 10 (Cover; Bobby Gimby the Pied Piper of Canada; "The Man they Gave Up for Dead - The Diary of Plane Crash Survivor Robert Gauchie" part 2 of 2; Lucille Grant was the First Stewardess for Trans-Canada Airlines; Asian Warlord for Hire - General Tuan Shih Wen)


JANUARY 6 (Cover; Detroit Red Wings Gordie Howe; Americans Moving to Canada - They're Sick of Gun Violence; The Changing Roman Catholic Nun; Stewardesses soon to be Bunny in the Sky;He's a Real Cut-up that Jerry Lewis)

FEBRUARY 3 (Cover; Bull Moose by Artist Glen Loates; Toronto Maple Leafs Head Coach Punch Imlach; Thank Dr. Alan Brown for Pablum; Canada's Big Game paintings by Glen Loates; Women's Fashion - The Demure Look; Around the World in a Home Made Boat - Vancouver's Charles and Leiv Kennedy and their son Curtis)

FEBRUARY 10 (Cover; Boston Bruins Eddie Shack; The Snowmobile Craze the Biggest Boom in Sports; Now Comes the Sea-Doo; Monteal Poet and Singer Leonard Cohen; Cost of Living - Who's Better off the Canadian or the American ?; Louis the Parrot is 102 and Still Going Strong)

APRIL 6 (Cover; Britain's Great Train Robbery Ringleaders Wife Mrs. Charles Wilson; "My Husband the Master Criminal" part 1 of 3 by Mrs. Charles Wilson; Joey Smallwood's Advice to the New Prime Minister; Montreal Canadiens Jean Beliveau; Two, Four, Six, Eight What do Kids Appreciate)

APRIL 20 (Cover; Nova Scotia's Cabot Trail; A Child can Ruin Your Marriage; Great Game Fish; "My Husband the Master Criminal - The Greatest Achievement in the History of Crime" part 3 of 3 by Mrs. Charles Wilson)

APRIL 27 (Cover; Cop in a Cop Car; Cover Story Special Issue - A Hard Look at the Police Officer)

MAY 18 (Cover; Dundurn Mansion in Hamilton, Ontario; The Canadians who are Classified as Poor; Women's Fashion - Soft and Summery; Yes, I am a Rabbit - Jonathan Winters; Daytona International Speedway; "Marijuana" by Paul Grescoe)

MAY 25 (Cover; The Guns that Opened the West; "Some of the Best Doctors in the World are from Canada" part 1 of 2; Dr. J. Allen Hynek - This Man Knows UFOs; John P. Grant is the King of Con; Chicago Cubs Pitcher Fergie Jenkins of Chatham Ontario)

JUNE 1 (Cover; Astrologer Sydney Omarr; The Non-Violent Golf Fanatics; A Hired Killer's Story - Mercanary Al Varga; "Some of the Best Doctors in the World are From Canada" part 2 of 2)

JUNE 8 (Cover; Playful Clothes for Playful Children; Teenage Spending - Everything from Guitars to Pot; The Cruel Journey to a Faith Healer in the Philippines to see Dr. Tony; You're into an Election Because of What Happened at the Liberal Leadership Convention; British Track Coach Geoffrey Dyson "{A Game Worth Playing is Worth Playing Badly")

JUNE 15 (Cover Canadian Football Commissioner Jake Gaudaur and Family; What It's Like to be a Rich Man's Son; Your Guide to Camping in Canada; Sewerman George Alcorn of Toronto)

AUGUST 3 (Cover; John Diefenbaker; End of an Era - Diefenbaker's Last Election Run; Eavesdrop on a Jury as it Reaches a Verdict; A Quebec Childhood Vividly Remembered by artist Blanche Bolduc; Calgary Stampeders Terry Evanshen "Mind Over Football")
AUGUST 24 (Cover; School Teacher Bob Davis; The Troubles of The Company of Young Canadians; Learning Math can be Fun if it's "TUF" - Game for Teaching Math; "Joan of Arc Escasped the Stake" by French Historian Maurice David-Darnac; Northern Giant - Edmonton, Alberta; Here are 20 Ways Your Family Could Die this Weekend)

NOVEMBER 2 (Cover; Montreal Canadiens New Head Coach Claude Ruel; How Shelley Carson's Life and Death Created a Haven for Teenagers in Toronto's Don Valley Village; Santa's Backroom Boys - Leader's of Various Toy Company's; The Red Baron and the Fighter Planes that Made him Famous; Fashion - Tough Guy Fur Coats; How the North Will be Won - Young Members of the Council of the Northwest Territories)
DECEMBER 28 (Cover; This Girl is NOT Executive Wife Material; The Story Behind the High Cost of Drugs; How Canada's Equestrian Team Won a Gold Medal; Message from the Grave - Harry Houdini; Slimming Fashions for Overweight Women; Canada's Big Wheel in Hollywood is Lawyer Gordon Stulberg; NORAD Headquarters at North Bay)


JANUARY 18 (Cover; Baby Animal Zoo in the Classroom; The Way Youll Live from Breakfast to Lights Out in 2000 A.D.; Woman's Fashion - Sleeveless Spring Coats; "Group of Seven" Paintings You've Never Seen Before; A Quiz that Rates your Ability to Survive Disaster; Tom Horton's Spice Factory in Don Mills, Toronto)

MARCH 1 (Cover; Women's Athletic Fashion; Workers of Sydney Nova Scotia Saved Their Stricken City - and Their Jobs; More and Better Sex Education in Our Schools; Toronto Maple Leafs Jim Dorey would Rather Score than Fight; A Chance foa a Great New Park in the Virgin Prairies of Western Canada; "My Friend Fifi Haiti's Happiest Killer" by Sam Shirose on a Hireling of "Papa Doc" Duvalier)

MARCH 22 (Cover; Model in Short Pink Skirt; Bell Telephone's President Robert C. Scrivener; Soul Food Comes to Canada; The Apartment Janitor's Biggest Problem is the People - Fermo Lucas; Never Laugh at a Pool Hustler; Canada's Tallest Building is Toronto's Dominion Center; Woman Fashion - Shortest Skirts Ever; Tough No Nonsense Woman Rancher Maggie Stelkie of B.C.)

MARCH 29 (Cover; Woman in Blue Body Suit in a Yoga Position; Hockey's Old Codgers 40 and Older - Gordie Wowe, Johnny Bower, Jacques Plante, Doug Harvey and Allan Stanley; Why are 27,000 Canadians Practising Yoga ?; The Ugly Religious Arguement over Christ's Grave; Brainwashing in French - The Way to Bilingualism ?; Women's Fashion - Beauty is a Deep Dark Tan; Newfoundland's Population all Depend on the Sea; The Icy Tomb that was Edmonton for 26 Days in 1969)

APRil 5 (Cover; Boxer Paul Nilson and the People who each Own a Piece of Him; The Sir George Williams University Riot - Why and How the Students went Beserk; The Fathers of Confederation Re-Painted; The MP's Wives who Make the Move to Ottawa; The Canadian Actor Jonathan Frid who Plays Barnabas Collins in the Soap Opera "Dark Shadows"; Women's Fashion - The Farm Girl Look)

MAY 17 (Cover; Watercolor Drawing of a Moth by Glen Loates; Through the Blizzards with the Mounties Last Dog Patrol; The Queen's Printer - Your Choice of 100,000 Books; Women's Fashion - The Evening Bag Dress; Canada's Motorcycle King Yvon Duhamel going Flat Out at Daytona Speedway; Glen Oates Portfolio of Motha And Butterflies; Meteorites are Worth Money)

JUNE 7 (Cover; Montreal Riot Police; What 9-year olds Would do if they Ruled the World; Why New York City is Losing it's Appeal for Canadian Tourists; Montreal's Diagram for Defense; Women's Fashion - Pleats the Style Sleeper of the Year; "My Life Behind an X-ray Camera" by Shelia Hewitt)

JUNE 14 (Cover; A 1969 Grad Student; The High, High Hopes of the Class of '69; "What this Country Needs is a Man Around the House" by Dr. Benjamin Schlesinger; Marine Sciences Research Laboratory in Logy Bay, Newfoundland; The Meter Maid of the Yukon - George Burnett Clark; Women's Fashion - The New Face of Lace; "Back Home I'm Just another Hoodlum, as Far as Anybody Knows by Ottawa Rough Riders Vic Washington)

JULY 12 (Cover; Wedding Picture Torn in Half; Divorce - New Laws and New Freedom; The High Flying Upstart - Max Ward of Wardair; You're Too Late Apollo 11 - Science Fiction Writers have Been Going to the Moon for Centuries; Halifax to Get a New Large Commercial Complex)

AUGUST 9 (Golfer's Nightmare - Canada's Toughest 18 Holes a Coast to Coast Pro Survey; Metro Toronto Hospital that's Just Like Home - North York General Hospital; For Sale Canada's Last Privately Owned Railway Car; Why Beef Prices went way up and Why They'll Stay There; Ontario Closes 23 Little Red School Houses; Women's Fashion - The Layered Look)

AUGUST 30 (Cover; Nazi Swastika Flag; 30 Years ago When the World Cringed - The Dawn od the Second World War; Who Really Decides Women's Fashions ?; 83-year Old Pilot Tom Williams and Still Doing Loops; Women's Fashion - Union Suit Look; Canad's Sports Disgrace - Better Care Needed for Injured Athletes; "Bank Tellers Job" by Cathy Faccini)

SEPTEMBER 6 (Cover; Illegal Cockfighting in Canada;The Way People Use Weather Forecasts; Toronto Pop Festival - The Kids Kept the Peace; Women's Fashion - High Style for the Fall Term; Intensive Care - The Safest Place in the World)

SEPTEMBER 20 (Cover; Gordon Sinclair; Cover Story - "The 40 Things that Bug Me" by Gordon Sinclair; Vasectomy - Operation that's Sterilizing Men; "My Dear Daughter" Last Words of Advice from Six Mothers; Fashion - How We'll Look in the 1970's; The Fastest Warship in the World - Canada's Hydrofoil "Bras d'Or; It's a Tough Life for a Little Guy - Midget Wrestler Little Beaver)

OCTOBER 18 (The Importance of a Baby's First Smile; "I Play to Win - The Game Starts in the Morning" part 1 of 2 by Stan Mikita; Women's Fashion - How to Wear Pantyhose; Wreck Bay B.C. a Great Place to Surf Away a Summer; The Detectives Morality Squad - Life at the Bottom of the Garbage Can)

NOVEMBER 8 (Cover; The Italians in Canada; Whose's the Most Attractive Woman in the World ?; The Detectives Fraud Squad - Cheat, Chisel, Forge and Flee; Canadian Indian and Eskimo Art in Paris; Women's Fashion - For the Feline of the Species; Dorothy Lidstone is the Best Woman Archer in the World)

NOVEMBER 15 (Cover; Every Woman's an Eve; Manhattan's Epic Voyage Through the Arctic Icefield; Which are You ? - Eve Inspired - Eve Dominant - Eve Radiant; A Poor Man's Guide to Gambling on the Stock Market; Women's Fashion - All that Glitter in Metallic Materials; Pop Kenesky Makes Every Goalie Pad in the N.H.L. at age 92; A Humane Society Rum by Kids in Port Credit Ontario)

NOVEMBER 22 (Cover; Bone Rattling Close up of Football Play; Last Look at Canada's Worst Prison - St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary; Young Couple Moves from Montreal to Toronto - Serge and Nicole Toutant; She Found St. Peter's Bones - Margherita Guarducci; Canada's Original King of the Road - Dr. Perry Ernest Doolittle)

NOVEMBER 29 (Cover A R.C.M.P. Report; "Spying in Canada - A Special Report by an R.C.M.P Expert" part 1 of 2; Fashion - Expo 70 Here We Are; Female Consumer Consultants on the Customer's Side; Hockey Star Derek Sanderson All the Girls Love Him - And He Loves Them Back)

DECEMBER 6 (Cover; Supreme Court Judge Rejane Colas; Prairie Farmers up to Their Ears in Wheat and Trouble; Women in the Executive Suite; The Private Terrors of Goalie Gump Worsley; Women's Fashion - Top Fashion from a Totem Pole; Spying in Canada - A Special Report by an R.C.M.P. Expert" part 2 of 2; After 4 Years Here's John Lennon Live !)

DECMBER 13 (A Special Issue on the 1960's - Year by Year Brakedown)

DECEMBER 20 (Cover; Christmas Facts You Didn't Know; A Lone Prospector's Rich, Rich Life - Mel Pardek; Women's Fashion - The Jewelled Bra you can Make; On Location in Calgary with Dustin Hoffman for "Little Big Man"; Canadian Skier Betsy Clifford - The Next Nancy Greene ?; "Nonsuch" the Ship that Launched the Canadian West; "I'm an Independent Insurance Agent" by Don Smith)


JANUARY 3 (Cover; What Kids Find Good About Grownups; B.C. Lower Mainland Conservation Officer Jack Lay; "The Things I Like" by Gordon Sinclair; Woman's Fashion - Make-ups Eyes East; Canada's Largest Fish Market is Waldman's in Montreal; Is Winter Good ? - Or is Winter Bad ?; The Toughest Men Who ever Lived - Fur Trapper's of the Rocky Mountains)

JANUARY 10 (Cover; Football Kicker Zenon Andrusyshyn; These 39 Policemen Died Violently; A Game That Tells you how to Pick Your Mate; Woman's Fashion - The Maxi Coat; The New Pioneers in Canada's Farming Last Frontiers; Brian Doege left Toronto to Start a Maritime Art Gallery)

JANUARY 17 (Cover; Blonde in a Red Bikini; Lord Thomson 475 Companies aren't Enough; The Monks of Oka Live Apart from other Men; By Actual Survey "1970's Typical Immigrant"; Actor Lee Marvin; Women's Fashion - Choice of Swim Suits; World Champion Figure Skater Petra Burka Quits at 23)

JANUARY 24 (Cover; Upper Canada College; Most Northerly Village on Earth - Alert Nortwest Territories; Reviving the Radio Show "Easy Aces for Television; Cover Story - The Old School Ties that Bind Canada's Elite; A Wonderful Bird is the Pelican; Toronto's Blondie Robinson is Bowling World ChampionWomen's Fashion - Mixi Maxi Fashions)

JANUARY 31 (Cover; British Union Jack Flag; Cover Story - The Decline of the British Empire in Canada; Joe Rapoport of Montreal has a Machine that Turns Out 72,000 Hot Dogs a Hour; Canadian Rocketry's Finest 10 Minutes; Women's Fashion - The Cloche Makes a Comeback with the Kids; Alberta Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion is Surgeon Dr. Adrian Hobart)

FEBRUARY 7 (Cover; Middle Aged Man on a Bicycle with Brief Case; Cover Story - What it's Like to Lose Your Driver's Licence; Black Actor Godfrey Cambridge turns White for Movie Role "The Night the Sun Came Out"; Women's Fashion - The Lumberjack Look in Coats; The Skiers Who could be World Champions - Coach Bjorger Pettersen on his Canadian Eskimos and Indians; How Prices Compare in Canadian Cities)

FEBRUARY 14 (Cover; Big Green Dollar Symbol; Cover Story - If Your Incame hasn't Doubled in 10 Years you aren't Keeping Up; Women's Fashion - Patchwork Clothes; How the New York Rangers Hit the Top; 14 People Who've Seen it All - Mae West, Joey Smallwood, Jack Benny, A.Y. Jackson and others; "Father and Hero - but Who were You ?" By Tom Alderman on Guy Bieler Canadian in the French Resistance; Bob Powroznik Shot a White Moose)

FEBRUARY 21 (Cover; A Happy Family; Are You Young or Old for your Age ? - a Test; Bank of Canada's Rare Bank Notes Collection; Canadian Recording Stars Brothers-in-Law; Cover Story - How to Have a Happy Family; How to Cheat at Cards and Dice; Women's Fashion - Vested Interests; Quebec's Bright Business Future - a Matter of Confidence; Memory Lane Bookstore in Toronto Sells Comic Books Worth $200)

FEBRUARY 28 (Cover; Racing Snowmobiles; Canada's Greatest Airliners from the Pioneers and on Up - Illustrations by Tom Bjarnason; Calgary's Bankview High School for Pregnant Teenagers; North Vietnam - the View from the Other Side; Women's Fashion - The Poncho Comes North; Racing Snowmobiles Sliding and Slamming at 100 M.P.H.; When Mother Goes Back to Work)

MARCH 7 (Cover; Policeman with a Breathalyzer; Cover Story - What the Breathalyzer is Doing to our Way of Life; Farm to Entree - How a Chicken Becomes Dinner; Women's Fashion - Diamonds and Blue Jeans; Theatre's New Musical "Hair"; International Hockey's Reluctant Pro - Fron Huck)

MARCH 14 (Cover; Man Behind Bars; Cover Story - Your Chances of Beating the Income Tax; Mike Batch of Toronto and his Radio Reciever Collection; Meet the Smiths a Family of 9 who Live on $6,700 a Year; Filming the Movie "Waterloo" with Christopher Plummer and Rod Steiger; Women's Fashion - Classical Greek Look; Toronto Maple Leafs Pierre Pilote - What it's Like when the Cheering Stops)

MARCH 28 (Cover 747 Jumbo Jet; The ABC's of the 747's a Guide to the New Air Travel; A Prison Widow's Dreary Lonely Aching Life; Women's Fashion - Crazy Quilt Fabric; Debbie Brill from Haney B.C. top High Jumper; Canadian Actor Donald Sutherland Hot Hollywood Property; Yukon Anvil Mine strike in Zinc and Lead)

APRIL 4 (Special Issue on Pollution in Canada - Beautiful Canada will be Dead in 10 Years Unless we Start to Save it Today - Special Awards for Those Who've Made it the Mess it Is; Behind Every Goalie there's a Eddie Mepham - NHL Goal Judge; Women's Fashion - Nice Tablecloth You're Wearing)

APRIL 11 (Cover; Boston Bruins Bobby Orr; Cover Story - Is Bobby Orr the Greatest Player Ever ?; Trudeau's new Information Canada Headed by Bob Stanbury; Nine Different Ways to say it with a Smile; Cartoonist Ronald Searle Look at the 300th Anniversary of the Hudson's Bay Co.; Women's Fashion - Wig Out; Canadian Engineering Company Acres Ltd. Paying 6 Young Canadians to Sit and Think for $10,000 a Year)

APRIL 18 (Cover; Man Flunking Making Milk Shakes; Cover Story - The Franchise Game; How do you Like the Queen's New Portrait ?; A Cruise on the Prairies ? - "Lord Selkirk" on Lake Winnipeg; Jockey Sandy Hawley coming up Fast; Women's Fashion - The Fall of The Mini Skirt ?; You're a Good Man Charlie Squash - Indian's Cartoon of the White Man)

APRIL 25 (Cover; The Green Berets come North to Bury a Canadian G.I. Pfc. John Kelly; Agoraphobia - The Women Who hide From the World; What Canada's up to at Expo; 50-year old Model and Grandmother Irene Gibson; Spring Training for Creaky Golfers)
MAY 2 (Cover; Truck Driver Dwight Anderson Loves Blanche Fyke; Cover Story - The Seven Best Highway Diners in Canada; Here She is Miss Nude U.S.A. -Canadian wife Dianne Boisclair; Boxer George Chuvalo Picke the 10 Best Fighters in the NHL; Women's Fashion - Summer Fashios go Color Mad; Rebuildind a Wreck - HS-2L Flying Boat that Sank 50 Years Ago)

MAY 9 (Cover; Male Plumage - Just how far can you Go ?; It's Never too Late for Success; Will Canada let the Yanks Flood this B.C. Forest ? - Skagit River Valley; Montreal Expo Don Drysdale; Restoring the Yukon's Buildings of the Gold Rush)

MAY 16 (Cover; Sawed Off and Cut Down .22 Calibre Cooeys Used in Murder; "The Road to Murder on Ontario's Highway 44" part 1 of 3; What Makes Your Car Go; Are We Getting Enough Protection from the Chemicals in Our Food ?; The Brief Beauty of Wildflowers - paintings by Glen Loates; Canadian Basketball Star Bobby Crofts)

MAY 23 (Cover; Daylight and Moonlight Jobs; Cover Story - Canadians Who Have to Work 2 Jobs; Know Your Enemy - the Facts on Fat; The Now Slang Dictionary; The Ten Best Fishing Lures and Why they Work so Well; "The Road to Murder on Ontario's Highway 44 - The Manhunt Ends "I Can't Hang for this Can I ?" part 2 of 3; Montreal Artist Claude Langevin the Fastest Brush in the East)

MAY 30 (Cover; How the Fashion Industry Bosses you Around; The Mounties Image Has Been Slipping as of Late; The Danger and Splendor of the Alaska Highway; The New York Mets best Bargain - Toronto's Ron Taylor; "The Road to Murder on Ontario's Highway 44 - Two Dead, Two Widows, Three Lifers. No Winners" part 3 of 3)

JUNE 13 (Cover; Students at Bishop Strachan Private School for Girls; Canada's Part in Arming the World; Hugh Hefner's Big Flying Bunny - a Stretch DC-9; For Golf Nuts even 4 A.M. isn't to Early; Motherhood and the Single Girl)

JUNE 20 (Cover; Dan Shaw is too Big to Fit In; Cover Story - Those Who are not cut out for City Living; The Safe Sure Way to Water Ski; Camelot in the Desert - Snowbirds in Arizona; B.C. Tall Timber of Vancouver Island Forests; Women's Fashion - Bye BYe Baby Doll)

JUNE 27 (Cover; Model in Red Midi Coat; High Class Dogs - Best of Man's Best Friend; The Facts of Death and Last Words; George Cook has Written 5,501 Songs that Nobody's Heard; Grand Prix in the Quebec town of Trois-Rivieres; What's Really What in Ottawa - A Highly Critical Guide; How Montreal Cracked Down on its Port Thieves; Women's Fashion - The Misi Coat's a Must)

JULY 11 (Cover; Bill Cole Parachuting; What Canadians Don't Like about Each Other; What People Expect when you're the Establishment; Wives Who Live with Fear of their Husbands Dangerous Jobs; My Nam is Rosemary Radcliffe; Projectionists Wally Brown Sam Bowes have Seen "2001 A Space Odyssey" 1,045 Times)

JULY 18 (Cover; Oil Dripping Canadian Flag; Canada's Biggest Oil Spill and Cleanup in Chedabucto Bay Nova Scotia; New Canadian Game - The Debt Dodgers; Women's Fashion - Knickerbikers; Pilot Weldy Phipps Toughest Pilot in the Arctic; Canadian Kids Brainwashed by American by U.S. Culture and AdvertisingA Close Up Look at Summer Bugs)

JULY 25 (Cover; Learning to Love Edgar Benson; Cover Story - Finance Minister who's Always Overdrawn; Long Island Nova Scotia Want to Join the U.S.A. for a Price - Or Norway or Russia; Will Anne Murray Spoil Success ?; Canada's Golden Age of Automaking - illustrations by John de Bondt; The Advertising Name Game; Women's Fashion - Sexy Midi Dresses)

AUGUST 1 (Cover; Female Goalie Missing Front Teeth; Cover Story - Down with Women's Lib ! says Maggie Grant; Toronto's Frank Correnti - Last of the Little Old Cigar Makers; What Makes a Great Ad Campaign; CN Rails Turbo Train can go 95 M.P.H.; See How They Run - Hooked on Horse Racing; Women's Fashion - Artful Baubles)

AUGUST 8 (Cover; Montreal Expos Baseball Game; The Cult of the Emissaries of Divine Light in the Village of 100 Mile House in the B.C. Interior; Yesterday it was Junk - Today It's Canadiana; Mari-Lou MacDonald is a Model and Professional Stuntwoman; Women's Fashion - Looks That Last; Cover Story - The World's Greatest Baseball Fans; Air Canada's Flight 876 to Moscow - Inside and Out)

AUGUST 15 (Cover; A Mug of Beer; We're No Egg Throwers - Alberta's Women's Institute; Our Paris Embassy Comes in from the Cold; Women's Fashion - You Don't Buy a School Wardrobe You Build One; Cover Story - The Great Canadian Quench with 120 Different Beers; Football Armour - What's Under the Uniform)

AUGUST 22 (Cover; Football's Vernon Vanoy; Intern Dr. Robina Williams after 16 Hours the Strain Starts to Show; Bob Skovbo in Dogrib Country of Great Bear Lake; Women's Fashion - What  do you Wear with a $25,000 Car ?; Cover Story - 6-foot 8-inches and 285 Pounds and you Look like a Coach's Dream)

SEPTEMBER 5 (Cover; All About the Border Special Issue; Sheriff Reynolds of Blaine, Washington; The Border Towns Live Side by Side; Signs of the Border; Border Sports; The Best of Juke Boxes, Mini Skirts and Much More; Border Style - They Like Bourbon we Prefer Beer; The Difference - Canadian's a Constable the American's a Trooper)

SEPTEMBER 26 (Cover; Hippies Smoking Pot at a Rock Festival; Cover Story - Rock and Dope and a Lot of Bad Trips; Women's Fashion - Looking Good in a Midi; Canada's Best Boxer is Donato Paduano; The 1971 New Cars; Harry Hibbs You're Saying "Agin" Again; If They Made a Movie About Your Life Who would You Want to Play You ? - 11 Prominent Canadians Answer)

OCTOBER 17 (Cover; The Women Who Boss the Top Fashion Models; The Noisy Majority - Thumbs Down on Commies, Hippies and Drugs; The Boom in Hockey Schools; Peeping in Women's Purses; The Cast of "Hair" Tell What they Think About Us)

OCTOBER 24 (Cover; Riding a BMW Motorcycle by a Lake; The Birth of the Vancouver Canucks - Vets, Rookies and High Hopes; Cover Story - Staff Writer David Cobb going Across Canada on a Motorcycle; Steve Roman started at 50 Cents a Day and Now has a $2.5 Billion Uranium Empire; Tales of Igloolik - paintings by Henry Evaluardjuk to Keep His People's Legends AliveVancouver Canucks Old Man and the Kid - Orland Kurtenbach and Dale Tallon; Women's Fashion - The New Furs Bold and Braided)

NOVEMBER 7 (Cover; Model in New Look Velvet; How Canada Spends Saturday Night; Staff Writer David Cobb reaches the Pacific and Completes his Journey; The Game Hockey Players Always Lose - The Income Tax Game; WOmen's Fashion - Now Turn Out in Tapestry in New Look Velvet; Want Johnny Cash ? - Call London Ontario and ask for Saul Holiff)

NOVEMBER 14 (Cover; The Mob; Cover Story - "The Mafia in Canada - How they put the Squeeze on a Bay Street Businessman" part 1; Pilgrimage to Nashville - It's Canada Night at the Grand Ole Opry; Canada's Scrap Iron Admiral - Vancouver's N. William Kennedy; Women's Fashion - The Layered Haircut; Montreal Alouettes Quarterback Sonny Wade; What Makes a Restaurant Run ?)

NOVEMBER 21 (Cover; Football Week in Canada; "The Mafia in Canada - Terror in a Quiet Town, Burlington, Ontario" part 2; Women's Fashion - Jigsaw Suede; Good News - The People who are Trying to Save Canada; Cover Story - The Glory of Grey Cup, The Strategy, The Stadium, The Stars, The Souses; Our All Star Grey Cup Team of the Sixties; Homemade Wine ? - Stan Anderson of Vancouver Grosses $2,000,000 a Year)

NOVEMBER 28 (Cover; Man Being Hit in the Face with a Cream Pie; Our First Decennial Losers Award; "The Mafia in Canada - The Members of the Mob" part 3; The Winds of the Sea - Fishing Off Newfoundland; Women's Fashion - Suddenly Pants are Proper; "A Lot of Them come to see Me Crucified" Grand Prix Race Car Driver George Eaton)

DECEMBER 5 (Cover; Pierre Laporte Laying in State; The Lifa and Death of Pierre Laporte; The FLQ - What it Meants to Canada - What it Means to Separatism; The FLQ - What and How and How it Works and How Hard to Stop It; Six Basic Skills of Hockey;' The Widow of the Man they called Dod - Father Divine)

DECEMBER 26 (Cover; Guy Lombardo; An Epicure's Dinner for 8 -For only $20; Cover Story - Guy Lombardo Wishes You a Peaceful New YearAnybody for (ugh) Soybean Meat ?; 41-year old Goaltender Jacques Plante lives a Simple Life; How Much SurgeryReally Costs; Don't try to Gyp Brigadier Ned Amy - Now the Executive Director of the Consumers Association of Canada)

JANUARY 9 (Cover; Various Airline Baggage Tickets; Their Men in Ottawa - Foreign Correspondents; The Pulse of an Airport - Montreal International; Women's Fashion - Rain Gear for All Seasons; Buffalo Sabres Gilbert Perreault is Not Like You and Me;)

JANUARY 16 (Cover; Ticket Scalping; Cover Story - Confessions of a Master Ticket Scalper; Most Eligible Canadian Bachelor in the U.S. is Doug Canpbell; Making a Record with Gene MacLellan; Women's Fashion - The Waist Makers; Land Developement - How to Get Really Rich with Other People's Money; The Man Who Starved Himself to Life - Gilles Lorrain)

JANUARY 30 (Cover; Cowboy Larry Jylha of Douglas Lake Cattle Co.; The Poor will Always be with Us, Eh ?; Is There any Truth in Old Wives Tales ?; Cover Story - Bringing Cattle Down from the High Country; Women's Fashion - Long Hooded Robes; Ed Skakie Race Car Driver and his Mini Cooper; Nobody would let Maurice Strong Save the Planet - Until he Made a Million in Canadian Business)

FEBRUARY 6 (Cover; More on the Mob; Cover Story - "The Mafis in Canada - The Loansharks" part 4; If You can't Speak Canadian don't Worry - Nobody Can; Women's Fashion - Stretch Rompers; What makes Jack Chambers Canada's Top Priced Painter ?; Canada has a Great Chance at the North American Tiddlywinks Championship)

FEBRUARY 13 (Cover; How the Citizens of Smokey Lake Alberta won $200,000 in a Cigarette Contest; "The Mafia in Canada - A Foothold in Ontario" part 5Women's Fashion - Borrow from the Ballet; Dignity in Decay - Totem Poles; "My Sons the Hockey Players" by 11 NHL Mothers; Time plus Care Equals Cheddar at its Finest - Glenn Martin of the Pine River Cheese and Butter Factory)

FEBRUARY 20 (Cover; Red Hill Jr. who was Killed Going over Niagra Falls; "As an Abortionist I was Really Doing Something to Help People" by Vancouver Dr. Robert Makaroff; Cover Story The Niagra Daredevils - Major Hill the Last of the Famed Niagra Rivermen; Women's Fashion - Stretch Denim; Golfing Swing Analysis is Helping Golf Nuts; A Guide to Golf Etiquette; "The Mafia in Canada - The Bookies" part 6)

FEBRUARY 27 (Cover; Rller Derby Star Francine Cochu of Montreal; The Moralists - Holdouts against the Permissive Society; Women's Fashion - Thanks to the Aztecs; Wrap Around Photos from a New Still Camera; Introducing "The Manic" - New Canadian Sportscar)

MARCH 13 (Cover; The Hip New Athlete; Animals of Field and Forest - paintings by Glen Oates; Cover Story - Whatever Happened to the Clean Cut Athletes ?; "Women have Equal Rights Now. They Just don't know How to Use Them" by Claire Kirkland-Casgrain; Women's Fashion - Leggings Sure Beat Boots; Canadian Filmaker Don Shebb wants to Make a "Three Muskateers" Movie; Violetta Nesukaitis the Best Lady Table Tennis Player)

MARCH 27 (Cover; R.C.M.P. Cpl. Schrumm; Cover Story - R.C.M.P. Boot Camp - These are the Survivors; George Hamilton lV his Sound is Strictly Canadian Now; Women's Fashion - Short but Sweet Hot Skirts; School for Small Fries - Toronto's Geargo Brown College; Expos Rookie of the Year - Pitcher Carl Morton; Newfoundland's Most Popular Open-line Radio Host is Ron PumphreyCanadian Government's Manpower sure would Like to Help You But...)

APRIL 3 (Cover; Toronto Maple Leafs Mike Walton is Now a Boston Bruin; How the Prairies made it Through the Winter; The Americans are Coming ! The Americans are Coming ! - Into Central British Columbia; Stamp Out Cliche Power; Women's Fashion - Barbaric is Beautiful)

APRIL 10 (Cover; Dr. Aubrey Johnson of Nova Scotia; Cover Story A Last Fond Look at the Country Doctor; Inside Hockey Night in Canada; Delicatessen Food not for the Sissies; Craig Eadie Loves Mae West; Fashion - Boots and Their Buddies; A Solution for Single Parents - "Parents Without Partners"; Pierre Trudeau's Fuddle Duddle no Sooner Mouthed than Merchandised)

APRIL 17 (Cover; The Great Nova Scotia Wildcat Hunt; How Professional Patients Fake their way into Hospital after Hospital; The Last of the Master Repairmen - Quality Work at Fair PricesWomen's Fashion - Gammies Tie one On; Do Canadian Workers Need American Salaries ?; Prosperity is Killing the Game of Marbles)

APRIL 24 (Cover; Pierre and Margaret Trudeau Wedding; Cover Story - Five pages of Pictures; Don't Cry There's Still New Brunswick Bachelor Premier Richard Hatfield; Women's Fashion - Scrunchable Hats; Radio Program "Encyclopedia Canadiana Show - Live and in Russian"Toronto Argonauts Steal Jim Stillwagon from the Green Bay Packers)

MAY 1 (Cover; Ex-Montreal Canadiens Rocket Richard; Cover Story - On the Brink of 50 and Oblivion; Old Stories from our Past Made New: It's the Canadian Magazine Kite by Kite Designer Ken Lewis; What's Where (and worthwhile) in Halifax - Things Guidebooks Don't Tell You; Women's Fashion - Flower Upgrades for Basic Black)

MAY 8 (Cover; People Blowing Bubbles with Bubblegum; Inside a Robert Stanfield Strategy Session; Father J. Osias Fournier Married Sister Anna Laforce in a Civil Ceremony in Edmonton; Women's Fashion - The Maxi Tank; Cover Story - Canada Goes Thru Seven and a Half Million Pounds of Gum a Year; Victor Secrett - Secrets of a Society Jeweller; Toronto's Hunt's Tomatoes Hockey Team went to Finland to Play and got Banned from their League - They're 8-years Old)

MAY 15 (Cover; Before the White Man - painting by Lewis Parker; They Might Not Look Like Union Stewards - The Emerging White Collar Unions; What Do You Get for the Pig That Has Everything ?; In Memory of a Middleweight - Blair Richardson (1940-1971); Cover Story - The Day of the Hurons 350 Years Ago - paintings by Lewis Parker; Women's Fashion - Skirts at Any Length; Ready or Not The Short Work Week is Here)

MAY 22 (Cover Model in Sunglasses; Cover Story - Special Summer Issue - Carefree Holidays, Easy Meals, Quiet Kids, The Latest Sports, Surefire Ways to Beat the Bugs the Burns the Bother; Galloping Gourmet's Wife Treena Kerr's a Ghastly Cook; Women's Fashion - Bringing out the Best in Black and White; Would you Buyn a Unfinished Bridge up on Hudson Bay ? - Crown Assets Disposal Corporation)

MAY 29 (Cover; John Diefenbaker; Cover Story  Hail and Farewell to the Chief;Samantha Jones Models the Oriental Look; How to Take the Family Fishing and Actually Catch fish; The Artistry and Derring-0do of Artist Paul Kane in 1840's Western Canada)

JUNE 5 (Cover; Man Dressed as a Guerrilla Reading the Financial Times; Cover Story - The Day the Coporate Guerrillas put Alcan up Against the Wall; Winnifred Robertson the Jade Queen found a Mountain of Jade in B.C.; Women's Fashion - At Home in Hot Pants; Louis Riel's Diary Just Being Translated brims with Prayers and Visions; Port Dover Ontario's Chief of Police John Forbes Arsenal are Compassion, Discretion and Common Sense; Chicago Cubs Pitcher Fergie Jenkins a $90,000 a Year Contract)

JUNE 12 (Cover; The Magnificent Masters; Cover Story - The Masters Touch for winner Charles Coody; After 117 Years the Mail Trains are Out Of Business - The Last Run; History Making Airplanes at NAC; Women's Fashion - The Blazer Tops them All; Nothing Fazes the Honnerabel Joe Borowski)

JUNE 19 (Cover; Introducing the Smelly Award; Our Annual Kill a Piece of Canada Awards - A Child's Garden of DDt and Other Nursery Rhymes - The Scum on the Old Swimming Hole - Dirty Pictures (Snapped in Alberta !) - Poster Suitable for Littering; Women's Fashion - Feminine Dresses Fresh from the Forties; What Will it Take to Make the B.C. Lions a Winner ?; An Antique is Worth What you can get for It)

JUNE 26 (Cover; Nostalgia You can Actually Remember 1954-1964; Cover Story - Heartbreak Hotel -The Ducktail Cut - Tall Beer Bottles - Spike Heels - Hula Hoops - Cruisin' for a Bruisin' - The Plouffe Family - Chlorophyll - Fallout Shelter - Marilyn Bell - Mirrored Sunglasses - See Ya Later, Alligator)

JULY 3 (Cover; Casual Canadian Soldier; The Chateau Frontenac one of the Last Grand Hotels; Cover Story - The Thin Green Line of Canada's Non-fighting Forces Around the World; Royal Ontario Museum Scientist Disturb the Sleep of a Mummy; Women's Fashion - Crochet the Summer Away; Saskatchewan Rough Riders Fullback George Reed)

JULY 10 (Cover; Care for a Joint ?; There and Back with "Fat Albert" - Air Canada's Boeing 747; Cover Story - New Insights on the Drug Question; Montreal Expos Rusty Staub is Having a Great Year; Women's Fashion - There's a New Dawn in Wig Making; Jimmy Pattison Has Survived the Recession)
JULY 17 (Cover; Ken Dryden; Cover Story - Montreal Canadiens Overnight Success - Goalie Ken Dryden; Not Another Sex Manual !; Women's Fashion - Sleepwear Goes to he Beach; The Kingsmere Ruins - Mackenzie King's Strange Hobby; Flying Machine That'll be Powered by Man)
JULY 24 (Cover; Grocery Store Cashier; Cover Story - Inflation is Why You Never get Your Money's Worth; Motocross Racing - $600 Prize Money and all the Dirt you can Eat; Canada's Five New National Parks - Kouchibouguac - Pacific Rim - La Mauricie - Forillon - Gros Morne; Women's Fashion - Rib Ticklers)

JULY 31 (Cover; French Patrol Boat off Canada's Coast; Cover Story - Life on French Soil 12 Miles from Canada - St. Pierre and Miquelon the Laziest Lifestyle this side of the Atlantic; Reeling Off a Quickie Movie; Basic Baseball - The Expos Show you How; Women's Fashion - Body Skimmers; The Sexiest Store in Canada - The Garden in Downtown Montreal)

AUGUST 7 (Cover; The Absolutely Greatest Hamburger in the Country; Cover Story - If This is Chili Sauce it Must be Winnipeg; Women's Fashion - Tailor Suede; How Long Will the Canadian Legion Survive ?; Joseph Zuken the Queen's Counsel Sure is a Nice CommieJogging with the Governor-General Michener)

AUGUST 28 (Cover; Wanted Poster for Bouncing Rubber Ball; "Unsolved Canadian Crimes part 1 - The Bouncing Ball Caper"; May I Have a Chicken for my Chicken Gun Please ?; Winnipeg Blue Bombers Head Coach Jim Spavital; 8 Canadian Professional Photographers)

SEPTEMBER 4 (Cover; Hitchhiking Hippie and Conservative Young Man - Which Would you Pick Up ?; Cover Story - "On the Road Again" part 1 by David Cobb; "Unsolkved Canadian Crimes part 2 - Who Killed the Grocer ?";Doiwntown Forest - Stanley Park in Vancouver; Where to Order Arctic Char in Yellowknife; Women's Fashion - Glamorized Flying Jackets; The Breaks of the Game - Ottawa Rough Riders Doug Collins has had his Share of Them; Toronto's Spadina Expressway to Nowhere)

SEPTEMBER 11 (Cover; Montreal Canadiens Guy Lafleur; Aspects of the New Education; "Unsolved Canadian Crimes part 3 - The Marion McDowell Mystery; "On the Road Again - Heavens to Betsy, the Bronco's been Stolen !" part 2 by David Cobb)

SEPTEMBER 18 (Cover; Three Women - One Poor, One Mid-income and One Well-to-do; Cover Story - Where do you Fit In ?; Young Boys Learning the Game of Football; Women's Fashion - Boots for September to May; "On the Road Again - Memories Lengthen, Distance Shortens, the Journey Ends" part 3 of 3 by David Cobb; "Unsolved Canadian Crimes part 4 - Daniel Gerard Renix of British Columbia)

SEPTEMBER 25 (Cover; Headshot of a Model in the Rain; Cover Story - Myths and Facts about the Weather; Five Ladies who can Outfight, Outwork, Outlift you on your Best Day - Pat Sogan of Hamilton - Lynda Johnson of Toronto - Jane Stelkia of British Columbia Interior - Kathy Pollard of Ontario - Ruth Ford of Northern British Columbia; Mrs. Jessie O'Leynick of Winnipeg has Won $40,000 in Contest Prizes; "Unsolved Canadian Crimes part Aunt Mary Passage of Winnipeg was Slain by Someone She Knew"; Fashion - The Sociology of Braces; The Men with the Axe - CFL Coaches on Cutting Players)

OCTOBER 2 (Cover; Ralph Nader sets his Sights on Canada; How Four Key Montreal Alouettes Get up for a Game - Gene Cepetelli - Steve Smear - Larry Fairholm - Mike Widger; Women's Fashion - Colored Pea Jackets;Toronto's High Park; How Johnny Canuck Won the Second World War and other Tales from Canadian Comic Books)

OCTOBER 9 (Cover; Ed Sullivan; Cover Story - Ed Sullivan Writes about Canadian Talent; The Not So Flip Side of Leon McQuay Toronto Argonauts Running Back; Windsor, Michigan ? - Not if Windsor, Ontario can Help It; British Columbia Tug Boat "Island Mariner"; Women's Fashion - Under Wraps with Shawls; They Call Themselves Gun Nuts - Oshawa, Ontario Gun Show)

OCTOBER 16 (Cover; Toronto Stampeders Jim Lindsey; Cover Story - Religion in Football; TV Newscasters Lloyd Robertson and Harvey Kirk; The New Canadian Army; Montreal's Mount Royal a Place for Peace; Women's Fashion - Fur Linings for Coats; Nobody is 60 (no matter what the kids say) )

OCTOBER 23 (Cover; Kitten Patsy - Welcome to the Kitten Club; "Slicked Down Hair, Saxaphones and other General Depravity" by Robert Thomas Allen; Two of Canada's Best Swimmers - Leslie Cliff and Donna Marie Gurr; Greetings Cards that say Give Peace a Chance; Women's Fashion - In Case of Fire Brief Nighties; Scientist John Keys studying the Iceflow Between Canada and Greenland fron inside the Arctic Circle)

OCTOBER 30 (Cover; Swami Vishnu-devananada and his Fight for World Peace; Anticsti Island in the St. Lawrence where they Hunt from Pickup Trucks; Whippet Racing in British Columbia; "The Older Generation - Who Us ?" by Robert Thomas Allen; Out of the Mouths of Government - the Welfare System)

NOVEMBER 6 (Cover; Our Readers Poll - 6 Questions We'd Like You to Answer; What can you do with an Expressway to Nowhere; Women's Fashion - Naughty Looks for Nice Girls; Pastor Perry Rockwood Prays for Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau Every Day; Hypnotism to Help with Everyday Problems and Fears; Riding Shotgun 1971 Style - Wells Fargo Armoured Cars)

NOVEMBER 13 (Cover; Baton Twirling Young Girls in Hamilton - the Tiger Kittens; How the Montreal Canadiens Coachj Al MacNeil was Promoted to Halifax; Canada's Grand Old Medicine Man - Gilbert Templeton; Tourist Traps, Billboards and a Plaster Kangaroo - How They're Spoiling Prince Edward Island; Blanche Hodder was Editor of Four Blood and Guts Crime Magazines; Women's Fashion - Party Time Dresses)

NOVEMBER 20 (Cover; Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau wearing a Football Helmut; Angelo Mosca on Rough Play in Football; A Football in One Hand and a Beer in the Other - How else to Play the Grey Cup in Bermuda; True Confessions of a Football Wife - L:aVerne Barnes; Women's Fashion - Work Shirts go out to Play; Lebanon has the Smallest Embassey in Ottawa; Bear Baiting - You Just sit in a Tree and Wait)

NOVEMBER 27 (Cover; Model in a Bkini in the Water; A Shopper's List of Supermarket Sins; Charlie Patterson has Invented a Bullet Proof Hockey Helmet; Oil Rig Sedco 1 in the Atlantic off Newfoundland Coast; Worm Hunting in the Golf Course; Japanese Canadians who Turned their British Columbia Internment Camp into a Home Town; Women's Fashion - Bikinis are Back In Again)

DECEMBER 4 (Cover; Man Being Bounced; Cover Story - 12 Places you'll Always be Thrown Out Of; Instant Essays - Students Buy them By the Page; Canada's Maverick Toymaker Mannie Grossman; Women's Fashion - Sunglasses to Make you Look Like a Woman; Karate Experts Wouldn't Use their Skills on Nice People like You; When a Lockheed TriStar takes off so does Canadian Business)

DECEMBER 11 (Cover; One Day in Canada a Coast to Coast Diary - Monday, October 18 1971; How to Stay Alive when you're Stuck in a Snowstorm; Women's Fashion - Dresses Long is Ladylike; Chicago Black Hawks Keith Magnuson would Rather Fight than Score Goals; Canadian Automotive Museum in Oshawa OntarioTwo Pages of Canadian Stamps 1962 - 1971)
DECEMBER 24 (Cover; Season's Greetings from the cast of "The Whiteoaks of Jalna"; TV Game Show "Let's Make a Deal" with Host Monty Hall; How NHL Linesman Matt Pavelich Stops Fights - and Why Sometimes he Doesn't; Women's Fashion - Oriental Fashion for the West; In Hillsborough New Brunswick it's Not Who you know but How Many - The Steeves)

DECEMBER 31 (Cover; Greenpeace Protest Ship; Cover Story - Amchitka the Protest the Squares took away From the Kids; A Comic Book History of Quebec it's Radically Different; Gordie Howe's Kid Marty Howe is Playing Great Hockey; Women's Fashion - Spring Things; The Quiet of Halifax Public Gardens)


JANUARY 8 (Cover; Beaver made from Clay; Cover Story - Five Immigrants who made Good tell Why they Went Back Home; The Great Canadian Bingo Boom; The Battery Driven Car that's Not a Tot; Women's Fashion - Tropical Shirt Wave; Los Angeles Kings Goalie Rogatien Vachon; Satirist Jack McPartlinmakes $70,000 a Year Insulting Politicians)
JANUARY 15 (Cover; Drawing on a Picture of Richard Nixon; "We Love Uncle Sam. We Have to Love Him" by Charles Lynch - Chief of Southam News Services; Believe it or Not the U.S. Does Hane an Expert on Canada; This Time It's Simpsons Centennial - A Century of Canadian Sales; Women's Fashion - Leather and Suede Handle with Care; You're Keeping Fit - While Others Grow Rich)

JANUARY 22 (Cover; Woman Watching Football; Cover Story - What Does Watching the Grey Cup Really do to a Football Fan - the Lie Detector Tells All; Paul Anka makes Good, Again; Good Works from a Cloister of Very Nice Nuns - Monestary of Precious Blood in Winnipeg; Women's Fashion - Casually Classic; What's on Frank Ogden's Menu ? Ontario College of Art; Canadian Communist Party's 50th Birthday)

JANUARY 29 (Cover; How You Answered Our Readers Poll; The CBC's Funniest Mistakes; Hockey Night in Yorkton Saskatchewan - Yorkton Terriers; Professor Devendra Varma World's Leading Authority on Vampires; Women's Fashion - Cotton Comfort; Who Would Poison Six Family Pets ? - Baby Point in Toronto)

FEBRUARY 5 (Cover; They Love Horses Don't They ? - In Canada we Stilkl Do; Our Readers Poll - Why You Voted the way You Did; Karen Magnussen will be World Figure Skating Champion; Women's Fashion - Buckskin isn't Dangerous; Quebec Hotel Institute - Dining with Class at 75 Cents and No Tip)

FEBRUARY 12 (Cover; Blonde Woman Holding a Canadian Flag with a Heart where the Maple Leaf Goes; Cover Story - We Love You Canada - Nice Things from 1971; Wanna Fight ? - Take it Up as a Hobby; Women's Fashion - Ski Late Ski Light; Waterton Lakes National Park is Our Loviest Mountain Park; Folks on Grand Manan Island like their Friendly Undertaker Johnny Graham)

FEBRUARY 19 (Cover; Canada's Loviest Child 1937 Eva Marlene Heddle; Our Hard to Find Heroes; Man's Best Friends our Pets; Why Jocks and Eggheads Hate Each Other; Men's Fashion - Return to Modest Elegance; Danger Pay - Stuntmen)

FEBRUARY 26 (Cover German U-Boat Commander Paul Hartwig; Cover Story - "The Second World War Battle we lost at Home - The Battle of the St. Lawrence" part 1 of 2; What Business do they Have Freezing Strawberries in New Brunswick ? - McCain Foods Ltd.; The Newfie Joke that Backfired - Roy PayneWomen's Fashion - The Maple Leaf WhereverWho Gets into the Hockey Hall of Fame ?)

MARCH 4 (Cover; Woman od a Scale Bending Over; Cover Story - Curve Your Appetite; "The Second World War Battle we lost at Home - The Battle of the St. Lawrence" part 2 of 2; They Don't Teach about Canada's Ku Klux Klan, our Commie Indians or our Slaves; Life with Two Fathers and Their Six Children - Mike Chapman and Don Chisholm; Women's Fashion - Stripe Come into Play; Charlie Wilcox and his Racing Pigeons; Why is the Mint Selling Cufflinks, Brooches and Tie Tacks ?)
MARCH 11 (Cover; At Home in the Prison for Women; Cover Story - Women Doing Time in Kingston's Prison for Women; How Do We Measure Up in a Pinch ? - Nourishment Wise; Still Some Good Farmer's Markets Left; Women's Fashion - Simply Sarong; Peter Maloney Lost an Election - and a Lot of Money Doing It; Everybody Says George Chuvalo Should Quit Boxing - Why ?)

MARCH 18 (Cover; Canada's Toughest Cop Albert Lisacek of Quebec; What Every Airline Passenger Should Know; Our Most Special Churches; Women's Fashion - Little Big Girl Look; What Do You Need to Make it in the NHL ?)
APRIL 1 (Cover; Montreal Canadiens J.C. Tremblay; Cover Story - Hockey's Smartest Dressed Players; Jack Cullen is the Bad Boy of Radio; Cheeck to Cheek at Edmonton's Troc '59; The Closing of Canada's Coal Mines; Airplane Flight Recorders)

APRIL 8 (Cover; Margaret Trudeau and new Son Justin; Our Political Survival Kit for R.L. Stanfield and P.E. Trudeau; Buffalo Sabres Rick Martinnow Learning What it Costs to be Great; Montreal Auto Show the Best in Canada; Fashion - Listen to your Kids Clothes; Waiting can be Fun For You - Viewpoints of Four Waitresses)

APRIL 15 (Cover; Foreign Made Canadian Mountie Souvenirs; The High Cost of Not Dying - The Hope of Cryonic Suspension; For $12.51 you can Give Niven Miller to Western Samoa - Thoughts for Today; Women's Fashion - Simply Does it Every Time; Who Remembers the Great Storm on the Lakes ? - November 9, 1913; Shuffleboard - You Really Have to Hustle;)

APRIL 22 (Cover; Grandma's Won the Sweepstakes !; Cover Story - What People do with Their Winnings; Cardinal Leger is not the Retiring Type; Women's Fashion - Menswear for Women; Wonder Whip made in Winnipeg; Hockey's Newest Superstar - 11-year old Wayne Gretzky)

APRIL 29 (Cover; "Our Boarding House" Comic Strip Character; Cover Story Pearl Legge's Halifax Boarding House; Foreign Nationals Living in Canada; Circus People Never Grow Up; Art for the Sports Fan - by Jack Whyte; Women's Fashion - Shoes Doing the 1940's Clomp)

MAY 6 (Cover; Graduation Pictures of Anne Murray and Pierre Burton; Cover Story - A New Look at Some Old Friends; Why our 25,000 Gypsies Prefer to Remain Invisible; Canadian Light Heavyweight Champion Al Sparks; Who is Gordon Pinsent ?; Strange Canadian World Record Holders)

MAY 13 (Cover; Rene Simard; Cover Story - Bubblegum Superstar 11-year old Rene Simard; Nuclear Power is Nice and Safe; The Crawford Wells General Store of King City, Ontario; Women's Fashion - Summertime Tranquil; St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Reggie Cleveland of Swift Current, Saskatchewan; Astrologer Prynce Nesbitt on the Future for - Robert Stanfield - Justin Trudeau - Anne Murray - Ferggie Jenkins)

MAY 27 (Cover; Nine Famous Couples; Cover Story - How We Pair Up and Why Some of us Don't; Lawn Bowling isn't Kids Play; Women's Fashion - The Sizzler Mini-Dress; You Should have Fun When you're making Money - The Capozzis of British Columbia)
JUNE 3 (Cover; Masked Robber Showing Empty Pockets; Cover Story - You can't make a Buck on a Bank Job Anymore; The Guess Who - Coming Home to Winnipeg is Great; Vancouver Canucks Dale Tallon is Serious about Golf; Reflections on Our Past by Soldiers Who Could Paint; Women's Fashions - Wash and Wear Hair Styles)

JUNE 10 (Cover; Reader's Poll on Strikes; Cover Story - Management, Labor - and the Rest of Us; Peeter Sepp of nthe Ontario Arts Council; Women's Fashion - The Bean Bag Skirt; Children Expect Miracles from Doctors; Flying Saucers for World Peace ? - Frisbee;)

JUNE 17 (Cover; Plumber Ray Palmer of Vancouver; Cover Story - Ray Palmer Looks Just like Ray Palmer the Fugitive; Screen Writer Bernie Slade in Hollywood; Rafting in the Yukon with Jan Algotsson and Bob Skovbo; A Batboy Knows about Ritual - Superstition - Chewing Tobacco; Lips That Touch Liquor - Abstainers Insurance)

JUNE 24 (Cover; Race Horse owner Ernie Lieberman; Cover Story - Nobody Wins at the Racetrack; The Joys of Travelling Alone for a Woman; They're Teaching Kids what to do with Leisure; Nash Rehearsal Studios in Toronto; What do Lebanon and Syria do when They Run Out of Money ?; Women's Fashion - Freedom Now with the Bodysuit)

JULY 1 (Cover; Getting Away From it All - Forever; What if the Farmer Went on Strike ?; Debbie Brill Olympic High Jumper; Women's Fashion - Print's Cheap; Cover Story - Getaway Towns; The Baby Carriage Trade; The John Birch Society sent Bill Shreck to Save Us)

JULY 8 (Cover; Barry Conn Hughes at the North Pole; Cover Story - Our Man at the Top of the World; Would You let a Lady Buy you a Beer ?; Stock Car Race Driver Andy Brown; Women's Fashion - Well Done Sun Tanning; The Pre-Cooked Artfully Packaged Flip-Top Dinner; Canada's Great Old Movies)

JULY 15 (Cover; Man vs. Woman at Table Top Hockey; Cover Story - The Team Fans Have Chosen to Play Russia at Hockey; I Spy with My Little Sensing Devices; A Lot of People Think Kreskin's Some Kind of Mind Reader; Women's Fashion - Fuzzy Pastel Sweaters; Touch Down and Go at the North Pole)

JULY 22 (Cover; The Bra is Not for Burning - What Unknown Author makes $75,000 a Year ? - Ladies Softball Striking Out on Their Own; The Rodeo - Sweat Grime Dust and Money; Women's Fashion - Stitch Knits; Bill Ellerbrok's Terra Nova Soil)

JULY 29 (Cover; Alexis Nihon; Cover Story - Alexis Nihon Spent $100,000 on a World Cruise; William Head is a Prison with a Past; Marie-Andree Bertrand Doesn't Mean to be a Radical but a Lot of our Laws Make No Sense; Women's Fashion - Knitting Around; A Host of Golden Dandelions; Motorcycle Trail Biking Over the Humps and Away)

AUGUST 5 (Cover; Men Working in a Woman's World; 21 Ways to Find God - Guide to What People Believe In; Cover Story - The Things a Man Will do for a Woman; Louis Melzack wants you to Love Books; Women's Fashion - Tops That Stop Short; Flying Remote Controlled Planes that you Make; More of Canada's Firsts, Bests and Mosts)

AUGUST 12 (Cover; Harry Sinden and John Ferguson; Talk Radio - Is Anybody Listening ?; Cover Story - Only Three Weeks to get Team Canada in Shape to Play the Russians at Hockey; Trish Arnold Shows How to Lick Tension Thru Stretching; Woman Race Driver Monique Proulx; Women's Fashion - Nipped at the Waist Look; Indian Fishing Guides)

AUGUST 19 (Cover; Shopping Around the World; Cover Story - How Our Food Prices Compare to Other Countries; Can Debbie Van Kiekebelt Really Win 5 Olympic Events ?; Harry Lavery was a Model and is Now Becoming a Priest; King of the Royal Mounted in Retirement; Fashion - Woolgathering; John Straiton - Blue Films from a Very Straight Guy)
AUGUST 26 (Cover; Football's Rad O'Quinn and Sam Etcheverry; Cover Story - End of a Football Friendship; B.C. Gulf Islands are a Developers Paradise; Retirement's No Fun without Kids Around; Why Does Joe Lister Make Such Crazy Bicycles ?; Women's Fashion - The Little Black Dress)

SEPTEMBER 2 (Cover; Blonde in a Camel Hair Coat; Cover Sory - Women's Fashion; World Wristwrestling Champion - Roly Belair; Success Stories - Second Best is Just Great; Manitoulin Island Telephone Operater Mildred Freeman; Tv Commercials Have to Filmed Somewhere - Why Not Your House; White Sound Exported by Canada)

SEPTEMBER 9 (Cover; Yoe Told Us What You Think of Strikes; The Secret of Eyeball to Eyeball Selling - Ethel Gore-Smith; You Can Still make a Bang for a Buck in Fireworks; Women's Fashion - Fall Girl; Calgary Stampeders Wayne Harris; What's so Funny about a Show for Old Folks ? - The Smile Company)

SEPTEMBER 23 (Cover; Charles Lynch in Front on Parliament House; Cover Story - "What Really Happens on Parliament Hill ?" by Charles Lynch; The Last Public Hanging in Canada in Goderich, Ontario - Nicholas Mellady Jr.; Women's Fashion - Leather and Wool Matched at Last; George Athans of Kelowna B. C. Water Ski Champion of the World; TV Show "Anything You Can Do" host Don Harron)

SEPTEMBER 30 (Cove; Baseball Player witha can of Snuff; Cover Story - No Smoking ? - Try Snuff and a Chaw; How Pitchers Fool you and Batters; Iona Weenusk 1951-1972 a Plane Crash Killed the Hope of Her Tribe; The Mounties Face Identification Kit; Poets Behind Bars; Food Mysteries that are Easily Solved)

OCTOBER 7 (Cover; "Canada's Top Male Chauvinists"; Sterling Campbell's Memories of W.C. Fields, Gary Cooper and Howard Hughes; Thank Your Government for Better Fried Eggs; Women's Fashion - Cape Flair; Compulsive Gambler Joe King of Toronto; After Billie Joe Booth death no more Football for Marshall Shirk; Cover Story - Four Feminists Talk about What makes them Angry)

OCTOBER 14 (Cover Bank Robber and Part time Prisoner Jon McDermott;Cover Story - "Television Producer Turned Bank Robber" part 1 of 2 by Jon McDermott; The Piano Comes out of the Parlor;lWomen's Fashion - Dazzle for a Dull Day in Tent Coats; James Parker Cat Sitter in North York, Ontario; Mona Sam's Boarding House for Figure Skating Girls)

OCTOBER 21 (Cover; Pierre Trudeau drinking a Glass of Water; Cover Story - Great Moments fron the 1972 Election Campaign; Witchcraft in Canada; "Television Producer Turned Bank Robber" part 2 of 2 by Jon Mc Dermott; Women's Fashion - Superpant; Toronto Argonauts Mike Eben Studies his Favorite Plays - They have Nothing to do with Football)

OCTOBER 28 (Cover; Harry Sinden and Phil Esposito; Cover Story "I Blew It 1 I Blew It !" by Harry Sinden on the First Loss to Russia; Art For Children's Sake; Women's Fashion - Winter's Pale Dawn Poised for Spring; The Good Life is Hard on the Eskimo - White Man's Food; Sport Player's Manager Robert G. Woolf)

NOVEMBER 4 (Cover; The Rich Rebels of Sept-Iles; Cover Story - Sept-Iles has Everything from Strikes, Riots, Separatists and the Highest Income in the Land; Yer Canadian History with Charlie Farquharson; A priest Takes a Poke at TV Commercials - Father Gibson; Pastor Paul Smith of The Peoples Curch in Toronto Canada's Largest Protestant Church; If the Toronto Argonauts Want a Player they Send the Emperor)

NOVEMBER 25 (Cover; A Rose in a Beaker of Sludge; Cover Story - 3rd Annual Pollution Awards for Those who Help and Those Who Make it Worse; Don't Trip the Platers and Other Zany Horrors of the Grey Cup; Boston Globe Editorial Cartoonist Paul Szep; Women's Fashion - Actress Carol Kane modelling Negligees; Wally Wagon Sub-Compact Car Buitl by University of British Columbia Engineering Students)

DECEMBER 2 (Cover; Renee Joyal's Glorious Victory Over Two Buildingd that Spoiled a Park in Hull, Quebec; Box 12 Association Firetruck Inspired Canteen; Country Singer Stevedore Steve; Women's Fashion - Evening Clothes Winter Exposure; The Endless Advertising Battle against Brand X; W.H.A. Winnipeg Jets owner Ben Hatskin; The Jazz and Blues Record Centre in Toronto)

DECEMBER 9 (Cover; TV's Marcus Welby M.D.; The Second World War Hong Kongers; Canadians Consume 25 Million Gallons of Booze a Year -and Why Not ?; Women's Fashion - Just for the Wool of It; What the Russians Know about Hockey Could fill a Book - Written by a Canadian Lloyd Percival; Here's a Whole New World of TV - If You Speak French)

DECEMBER 16 (Cover; Woman in Ski Clothes; Madness - Is There a Simple Answer ?; Canadian Museums now have $100,000,000 Worth of Art; Garry's the Biggest and Strongest of the Hockey Hulls but he's Gone Back to the Farm; Cover Story - Women's Fashion; When you Need a Crmmy Little Town for a Movie Just call Delisle, Saskatchewan)

DECEMBER 23 (Cover; When Girls Come to Live in a Boys School; Our Four Breeds of Hitchhikers; Snowmobiling on Grass; Women's Fashion - Bikini Bare Necessities; Cover Story - Brentwood College in British Columbia has 232 Boys and 18 Girls; Paying the Bills for Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton - just $800,000 an Hour)

DECEMBER 30 (Cover; Russian Hockey Player with the Stanley Cup; Cover story - Predictions for 1973; A Good Bouncer can Even Throw his Father Out; Our Joiner's Guide to Canadian Civic Clubs; Women's Fashion - Fur Lined Coats; The Ottawa Old Stars Hockey Team "It Keeps us from Beating Our Wives")


JANUARY 6 (Cover; A Drawn Map of the Canadian Far North; Cover Story - Special Issue on the North - More than a Million Square Miles - Want a Salad ? $57 in Igloolik - Riches, Riches - This Splendid Lonely Land - Northerner's Don't Have Traffic Jams - Dress Warm and Eat Out)

JANUARY 13 (Cover; Pretty Brunette with a Spoon in her Hand; Cover Story - Know Whot you Eat, it May Not be Real; Tim Horton - the Donut Magnate also Plays Hockey; Jesus is in the Negev Making a Movie - Norman Jewison Filming "Jesus Christ Superstar"; A Lie Detector We can't Escape)

JANUARY 20 (Cover; Magician Doug Henning; The Town of Ocean Fallf, B.C. is Being Wiped off the Map; Cover Story - Presto ! There are Still some Mysteries Left; Women's Fashion - Spectacular Whites; A Hockey Star Owes a lot of People - Meet some of the Ones Johnny Bucyk owes; Winnipeg Ballet's Production of "The Ecstasy of Rita Joe")

FEBRUARY 3 (Cover; Bobby Hull on Skates wearing a Tuxedo; Cover Story - 10 Expert Views How Hockey can be Great Again; Our Guide to Vancouver is Like no Other; Studying the Modern Way of Death; Women's Fashion - For a February Spring Soft Sweaters)

FEBRUARY 10 (Cover; Needle Impaling a Canadian Flag; Cover Story - "Heroin Canada's New Drug Menace" part 1 0f 2; Edmonton Oilers JimHarrison - Body Wrecker Turned Gent; Making Sea Monsters Behave for a Movie; Women's Fashion - The Big Pastel Switcharound; You've Gotta Love Statistics Canada; Ballet Dancer Frank Augustyn - A Life too Tough for an Athlete)

FEBRUARY 17 (Cover; Where Heroin Addicts can find Help; Cover Story - "Heroin Canada's New Drug Menace" part 2 of 2; Brewing the Memorable Pot of Coffee; Canadian Girl Coming Out with the Cream of New York Society; Women's Fashion - Shorts in all Lengths; NHL Expansion Teams - Pity the Coach with his Green Players)

FEBRUARY 24 (Cover; Don't Mess with the Reat-a-Hostess; "Two Cops Killed their Killer Lew Fines Dead" part 1 of 2; When to Spank Your Child; Women's Fashion - Eskimo Prints Make it South; There's Not Much Paul Henderson can do for an Encore)

MARCH 3 (Cover; How a Motorcycle Gang got $225,527 to Make Wooden Ducks; Cover Story - What, Me Work ? Get me a Grant; How Dentists can Cut Your Bills - and Make a Profit; "Two Cops Killed their Killer Lew Fines Dead" part 2 of 2; Cindy Shatto focus on Winning High Diving Gold at 1976 Olympics; Women's Fashion - Shower Activity; Son of Diefenbaker at 21 Sean O'Sullivan Youngest M.P. Ever)

MARCH 10 (Cover; The Athlete Factory - Ottawa's Gold Medal Gamble; Cover Story - Winners Made to Measure; How Shopping Plazas Seduce You; $10 Million Worth of Clay - Riding Shotgun for Michelangelo; Fashion - Luxurt Leather; Reading Ancient Egyptian Papyrus)

MARCH 17 (Cover; Ms. at the Top; Cover Story - The Plot to put Women in Big Business; Big League Hockey Watch Out - Here comes Denis Potvin; Women's Fashion - Cardigans Stretch Put; Bling for Your Car; Back to Bach with the Swinging Shepherd Moe Kauffman)

MARCH 24 (Cover; Beaver Listening to a Gramaphone; Cover Story - Six New Improved Versions of O' Canada; Marry Me, Marry Hockey - NHL hockey Heroes Wives; Brigham Pipes own 80 % of Canadian Sales; Women's Fashion - Study in Studs; Small Witt streetcars were Slow and Noisy but Music to David Andrew)

MARCH 31 (Cover - Prairie Grain Elevators at Sunset; Cover Story - Special Issue on the Prairies - Foreigner's Guide to mthe Pleasures of the Prairies)

APRIL 7 (Cover; Paul Henderson, Irving Layton and Pauline Bernstein; Cover Story - Our Guide to Rent a Speaker; Military Target Area - Medford Tank Range in Ontario; Endurance Test - Rally Racing in Canada; Women's Fashion - Maternity Clothes)

APRIL 14 (Cover; Blonde Babe in a Claw Foot Bathtub; Cover Story - Where Six Great Canadian Thinkers get their Inspiration; Canadian Horse Meat on European Menus - 12 Million Pounds a Year; Young Girl's Fashion - Home and School; A New Version of the Life of Jesus; NHL Selling Pucks for $29.95 tapped into Net by Player of your Choice)

APRIL 28 (Cover; Canadians at Israel's Birthday Party; Cover Story - Happy 25th Birthday Israel; Why God Doesn't Shave and all you Need to Know About Whiskers; Volleyball is Hell - No Time to be Ladylike; Women's Fashion - Light Linen Dresses; Good Bug Meets Bad Bug - Imported Pests)

MAY 5 (Cover; Get Your Camera Out; Cover Story -Enter Our National Photo Contest; News From behind the Walls of High Schools and Prisons; How To Avoid a Loused Up Holiday; Women's Fashion - Flour and Sugar Sack Creations; "Ossie" Ostrosser of Stoney Creek a New York Mets Prospect)

MAY 12 (Cover; The Divided Woman; Cover Story How Three Minds Ruled One Body - Multiple Personalities; Quebecois meets Cajun - Leo LeBlanc in Louisiana for Quebec Government; Fashion - 1920's Revival; Rod Laver's Tennis Tips - Get Out of Canada; Playboy Magazine's Favorite Cartoonist is Doug Sneyd)

MAY 19 ( Cover; New Endings for Six Stories; Cover Story - Catching up on Six Stories; How You Rewrote O' Canada; Great Summer Cruise with Niagra River White Water Tours; Women's Fashion - Halter They're Tops; Montreal Expo Hopefull - Pitcher Denis McSween)

MAY 26 (Cover; Canadian 8 Cent Postage Stamp with Pierre Trudeau; Cover Story - Testing the Post Office; Detroit Tigers Pitcher John Hiller back after a Heart Attack; The Judge is a Lady - Nancy Elizabeth Morrison; TV's Frying Nun Sister Berthe and her Gourmet Cooking School; Women's Fashion - Country Outlook)

JUNE 9 (Cover; Back to the Battlefields; Cover Story - Canadian Photographs of War and Peace; Let"s Build a Tunnel to Europe Variations on a Theme by Fiddle Player Hyman Bress; How to Face a Job Interview and Win; History Teachers Work in Wonderous Ways; What You Don't Know About Cycling could Kill You)

JUNE 16 (Cover; Knights are Still in Flower in British Columbia; Cover Story - First Find a Dumb Horse; Still Inventing Perpetual Motion Machines; A Guide to Charitable Foundations; Women's Fashion - Summer Ready, Set, Go; The U.S. Traffic in Canadian Coins)

JUNE 23 (Cover; Sgt. Major Walter M. Turple; Cover Story - Meet Canada's Toughest Soldier; How Wide is Too Wide - The Alberta Kananaskis Highway; Canada Enters a Concrete Canoe Race; Women's Fashion - Travel Fast and Light; The Town Without Television - McBride B.C.)

JUNE 30 (Cover; Housing Prices aropund the World; Cover Story - How Does Canada Compare ?; Sparkle Plenty - Joyous Exercise for Inner Beauty; Women's Fashion - Pencil on a Summer Face with Make-up; Peter Doan - Boy Scientist)

JULY 7 (Cover; Now Playing; Cover Story - What's Happening Onstage (and off) in Canada; Hamilton and it's Well Trained Tiger Cats; Avro C-102 Jetliner - First Jet Airliner to Fly in Canada and was Scrapped; Women's Fashion - Wrap up a Summer Evening; Canada's Ten Best Restaurants)

JULY 14 (Cover; Bill Haley; Cover Story - What has he Done for us Lately ?; Quebec's Arson Squad; Kay Cook a Lay Marriage Chaplin from Ontario; Six Super Sailboats; Women's Fashion - Art Deco Prints; Artist Max Epstein Destoyed his Work with an Axe)

JULY 21 (Cover; Policeman and Patrol Car; Cover Story - Violence in Our City Streets, Can we Keep Them Safe ?; Golfers on Golfers - Arnold Palmer - Lee Travino - Gary Player; Women's Fashion - The Transitionals; Montreal Club "Rockhead's Paradise")

JULY 28 (Cover; Supersalesman; Cover Story - Best Sellers of all Markets; Hollywood'sw Last Tycoon Jack Warner; Women's Fashion - Country Romantic; "I Wouldn't Mind it so Much Lord, if you Hadn't Made me so Sensitive" by Norman Kunc; Synchronized Swimming - a Sport Women do Better than Men)

AUGUST 4 (Cover;Lobster Holding Maritime Flags; Cover Story - Special issue on Atlantic Canada - Land of Wealth, Health, Good Eats and Canada's Toughest Job)

AUGUST 11 (Cover; Canadian Convicts at Work; Cover Story - Crime Pays 55 Cents a Day; Spoony Singh's Hollywood Wax Museum; George is a Time Machine - He Talks to People who Lived 10,000 Years Ago; Women's Fashion - Platform Shoes Down; Ottawa Rough Riders Mel Aull sang in the Shower; Alas Poor Richard - History calls Him Evil but Some Still Love Him)

AUGUST 25 (Cover; Bike Racers; Cover Story - Look Ma. No Brakes; Finding Out why you Buy; Who Cares about Sunday - The Lord's Day Alliance of Canada; Is Nothing Sacred to Cheech and Chong ?; Women's Fashion - Suit Yourself; The Great R.C.M.P. Bubble Gum Caper)

SEPTEMBER 22 (Cover; Queen Elizabeth; Cover Story - Canada Week 1973 a Monarch a movie Star and $1-million Worth of Hash all Showed Up; They Worry About Vampires in Wilno, Ontario; Don't Sneer at a Squid - Eat Him !)

SEPTEMBER 29 (Cover; Summer Vacation in a Jail ?; Cover Story - I Had a Terrific Summer Vacation if Unusual; Wilf Carter's 40 Years and 500 Songs; Montreal Alouettes Johnny Rodger "I Just want to be an Average Superstar"; A Super Snoopy Report on 101 Saleries)

OCTOBER 6 (Cover; Dressing the Swinging Shirt; Nightmares after a Job Accident; Seven Fathers Advise their Sons - Don't Follow in my Footsteps; Cover Story - Women's Fashion; Trucker Beware - Big Brother is Watching You; Football Players Hate Hearing This "You're Not Bad for a Canadian")

OCTOBER 13  (Cover; The High Cost of Bringing Home the Bacon; Cover Story - Remember When you could Afford to Eat ?; Pick a Villian - The Government - The Producer - The Middleman - The Retailer - Yourself; 40 Free Facts about Food; A 45 Minute Prayer will get you a Loaf)

OCTOBER 20 (Cover; God Wants You ! ; Cover Story - The Road to Hell is Lined with Good Samaritans; Groundhog Stew May Save Your Life; Women's Fashion - New Suede the Fabulous Fake; Calgary Stampeders Peter Liske "Football Players are Pampered Brats"; How Zaidah King Prevents Split Ends - She Shaves her Head)

OCTOBER 27 (Cover Story; Roman Gralewicz; Cover Story - The New Strongman of the Seafarers International Union; New Singer from Eskimo Point is Charlie Panigoniak; Tennis Camp for Big Kids in B.C.; Cuba's Canadian Prisoner Ronald Lippert; Women's Fashion - The Wild Ones Knitted Outfits)

NOVEMBER 3 (Cover; Thumb Print; Cover Story - Canadians Hate Being Fingerprinted the Most in the World; Canadian Unsung Music Makers;Chauffeur's Night Out Annual Bash at the Westbury Hotel in Toronto; Women's Fashion - Party Swirl Skirts; Ottawa Rough Riders Front Four "Capital Punishment")

NOVEMBER 10(Cover; Montreal Canadiens Henri Richard; Cover Story - Monteal Celebrates another Stanley Cup Victory; Bermuda's Canadian Governor Sir Edwin Leather; Women's Fashion - Hostess Glamour goes with Gravy; Sunrise and Setting Sun Photos)

DECEMBER 15 (Cover; The Canadian Magazine National Photo Contest Winners; Cover Story - 50,000 Entries and here are the Winners; Peter Lazier and Dale Bolton go by Kayak 2,200 Down the Yukon; Women's Fashion - Caftans for Comfort; All the Trimmings - Christmas Decorations you can Make at Home; Here Comes Canada's Worst Driver - Young and Male and an Idiot; Tidbits from The Canadian Historical Calendar for 1974)

DECEMBER 22 (Cover; Santa Claus Remembering 1973; Cover Story - It was a Very Good Year (sort of); "My Most Wretched Christmas" Miserable Memories bt Kate Reid, Joey Smallwood and Others; More Winners in Our National Photo Contest; What We Expect from Christmas; Pittsburgh Steelers Place Kicker from Powell River B.C. is Roy Gerela)

DECEMBER 29 (Cover; Various Characters on the Phone from Popular Culture - Superman, Cartoon by Gaham Wilson etc.; Cover Story - Telephone Usage and Costs from Around the World; Why the magazine National Lampoon finds Canada so Funny; Canada's Wars in Pictures 1885 and on; Women's Fashion - Sheared Delight Warm and Woolly for Winter; Filming the Movie "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" based on the Book by Mordecai Richler)


JANUARY 5 (Cover; Anne Murray; Cover Story - Anne Murray goes Home to say Goodbye; "Billy was Dumb" New York Islanders Billy Harris; To Baruch - To a Nervy Old Jew, With Love; Women's Fashion - Ski Don't Skid; Learning from "junior Achievement"; Muck up a Lake and on Purpose ? - Scientist Dave Schindler does Research on Pollution Control)

JANUARY 12 (Cover; A Beaver in a Trench Coat and Fedora; Cover Story - Our Spy's Report on Canada's New Secret Srvice; How Big Business says Thanks - and Goodbye; Host Alex Trebek of the Game Show "The Wizard of Odds"; Women's Fashion - Short Cuts for Long Hair; What's the WHA New England Whalers Secret ?)

JANUARY 19 (Cover; Why is this Girl Screaming ?; Cover Story - Laff in the Dark ride at Canadian National Exhibition; Why Death came to Six Cons In the Saskatchewan Prison; 19th Century Canadian Primitive Art; Women's Fashion - Bikini Seperate Fits; WHA Los Angeles Sharks Gerald Bernard Odrowski)

JANUARY 26 (Cover; Flying South to See God; Cover Story - Guru Maharaj Ji is Blissing Out in Texas; Fencing the Art of Elegant Killing; Our Great Mystery Flag - What Did Happen to the First One ?; Cherry Hill in Nova Scotia Volunteer Fire Department)

FEBRUARY 2 (Cover; Winnie the Pooh stuffed Bear; Cover Story - Why Alberta's Firing Squad Killed 500 Bears; Remember "Canadian Averts Atom Disaster" ? - Canadian Coolo vs. The Bomb; Outlaw Athletes - Why Simon Fraser University is a Hit in the U.S. but Blackballed Here; Women's Fashion - Laced for Spring; Lonely ? Dial 604-733-3423)

FEBRUARY 9 (Cover; Man-Sized Cakes; Cover Story - Read the Recipe Right Through, Eh ?; The New Alchemists 12 Acre Farn - The World that Feeds Itself; Robert Thomas Allen discovers Square Dancing more Fun than Jogging; Women's Fashion - Demin for All; Pinnacles of Glory for Canadian Athletes; Gus Thompson Comes into his Own - Farm Hand Wanted the Land Not the Money)

FEBRUARY 16 (Cover; Oil Spill Disaster 1978; Cover Story - Ficticious Newspaper Articles about an Oil Spill off Vancouver in 1978; Painter and Champion Figure Skater Toller Cranston; Women's Fashion - A Well Bred Investment of Spring Suits; My Crummy Career as a Skip Tracer; When Not to Bother the Doctor)

FEBRUARY 23 (Cover; Gordie Howe at 45; Cover Story - Still the Boss; 16 Jobs and their Freebies; Men's Fashion - Tailored Suits Since Clothes make the Man; Phillip Gillis "I'm not an Orphan After All !"; History's Deepest Ocean Rescue - Mini Submarine Pisces 3 at a Depth os 1,575 Feet)

MARCH 2 (Cover; Husband and Wife Firefighters; Cover Story - Workmates, Togetherness Aound the Clock; Only in Canada is Pinball a Sin; Women's Fashion - The Rain or Shine Anytime Coat; Doug Woodcock Skiing for Dollars on the Grand Prix Circuit; The Predictions for 1973 and How they Did)

MARCH 16 (Cover; Girl in Hockey Gear; Cover Story - Look What the Kids are Up To Now !; Keeper of the Black Donnelly Shrine; Why Can't the Mentally Retarded Live Alone ?; Artist Helene de Silaghi Sirag - Can Some Dreams Be Astral Trips ?; Women's Fashion - Fabrics to Sew it all Uo; Detroit Red Wings Head Coach Alex Delvecchio Figures Nice Guys can finish First)

MARCH 23 (Cover; 8 Canadian Magazine Staff Writers; Cover Story Eight Holidays to Shout About; How to not Pay your Debts; Fashion - Bulky Knitted Sweaters; How Could Bernie Braden make a Mistake Like That ?; WHA Senior Linesman Ron Asselstine - Meaner than a Junkyard Dog)

MARCH 30 (Cover; Phil Esposito; Cover Story - Letters to Phil Esposito - Love and Kisses and Hate; World Torture 1974 - Who's Doing What to Whom; Election all the Politicians Lost - South Vancouver and the Search for Truth; JUst About Everybody's Idea of Luxury is...; Fashion - The Sensuous Fabric Terry Velour; Vietnam in Montreal - Batle Lines on Bleury Street)

APRIL 6 (Cover; a Salvation Army Member; Cover Story - A Century of the Salvation Army; Shake Hands Canada - Learning about all of us at Last; Women's Fashion - The New Model T's; How We're Dying These Days - Major Causes of Death Broken Down; The Taming of NHL Hockey's Teddy Green)

APRIL 13 (Cover; Drawing of a Duck wearing a Montreal Canadians Jersey while Skating; Cover Story - 1,001 Reasons Why you Laugh at Ducks; Ken Dryden outside the Net Looking In; Salvation Army Luring Lost Souls with Soup; Women's Fashion - Sweaters Come Back in Pairs; Alan Hewetson of St. Catharines Writes 80 % of the Stories for Magazines Scream, Psycho and Nightmare published by Skywald; Why is a Beaver's Tail Flat ?)

APRIL 20 (Cover; Hockey Puck with U.S. Flag on it; Cover Story - WHA Thinking of Using a Bright Red Puck so American Veiwers can Follow It; Less Mileage for Your Money - Rolling Back the Speedometer; Alex the German Shepherd is a Screen Star; Women's Fashion - The Ladylike Detail; 47 New National Dreams for the Future)

APRIL 27 (Cover; Hippie Type in a Boy Scout Uniform; Cover Story - Where Have all the Boy Scouts Gone ?; Frog Fagan the World's Fastest Right Rear Wheel Changer; Women's Fashion - Swinging Skirts; Is Our Top Court Supreme Enough ?; Renting Stock Film Footage by the Foot; A Bag Marriage Deserves a Good Divorce)

MAY 4 (Cover; Brunette in a Bikini on a Map of B.C.; Cover Story - Special Issue on British Columbia - Growing Population of Criminals and Cultists and Drug Addicts and Good Guys - Underground Guide to Victoria - West Coast Word in Fashion - Sporting Rivals - Queen Charlotte Islands - Indian Style Edibles)

MAY 11 (Cover; Dress to Make Grandma Blush; Cover Story - Women's Fashion Cover Up[ and be Seductive; Mrs. Stephanie Reiprich of Toronto Vigil in Leningrad for Paralyzed Son; Okotoks Fast Draw Club; Jimmy Kenyon's Wars - Memories of an Old Sweat aged 100; Artist Christiane Pflug a Young Suicide)

MAY 18 (Cover; Our Second Super Dooper Photo Contest; Cover Story - Why Not Win this Year; A Doctor who Makes you Feel New - Plastic Surgeon Dr. Lloyd Carlsen; Junior Hockey Tour in Russia - Goals for Soviets 51, Canada 29 but the Russian Playersa Don't know how to Fight; Fashion - Looking Good while Travelling)

MAY 25 (Cover; Workers Unite to Build a House; Cover Story - 19 hours and 45 Minutes Later the House is Finished; Gunplay in Garson Ontario; Montreal Expos Willie Davis - and Buddha; Women's Fashion - Less Skin and More Looks in Bathing Suits; Various Women's 15 Lousy Dates)

JUNE 1 (Cover; Texas Rangers Fergie Jenkins; Cover Story - Why Fergie Jenkins Locked up his Guns "They're Afraid I might Kill Someone"; Death among the Spirit Dancers; Antique Cars to Love; Women's Fashion - City Chic; The Doctor and Lawyer will See you Now - Teamwork to Cure Troubled Minds)

JUNE 29 (Cover; Top of Toronto's CN Tower under Construction; Cover Story - World's Tallest Structure it's #,902 Steps Up and Down; Why Food Is Scarce, Plentiful and Being Wasted; Women's Fashion - Once Upon a Matress Pattern; Montreal Expos Announcers Russ Taylor and Dave Van Horne)

JULY 6 (Cover; Cartoon of the Three Party Leaders; Cover Story - Cartoonist Choice Hoe they saw the Leaders Before the Election; What the F.B.I. Taught 3 Canadian Cops; Women's Fashion - Season Crossers; Winging it in a Glider; Superdaddy Ted White - 100,000 Bunnies iin Seven Months)

JULY 13 (Cover; Couple on a Picnic; Cover Story - Summer Romance Fashions; Nightmares More Horrible than you ever Dreamed; Belly Dancing can be Good for You; Glenn Scott of Surrey B.C. has 18 Vintage Cadillacs; Forest Treks with Map and Compass)

NOVEMBER 2 (Cover; Foster Hewitt the First Man to Broadcast a Hockey Game; Cover Story - Canada's Sports Hall of Fame; Getting More Out of your Boss the Jesus Way; Dancer on the Edge of Success - Vera Biloshisky; Women's Fashion - Two Shirts at Once; Gathering in Belleville Ontario of the McTaggarts Clan )

NOVEMBER 9 (Cover; Square Tomatoes ?; Cover Story - Why Vegetables Taste So Blah these Days; Wolves who Talk Back when you Howl; Women's Fashion - Warm Enough for Portage and Main; Keeping the Big Jets Healthy and in Running Order; Cookie Gilchrist's Dream to Keep Retired Athletes off Skid Row)

NOVEMBER 30 (Cover; Montreal Canadiens Henri Richard; Cover Story - Unhappily into the Sunset; Two Miles East of Eden - Tobacco Farming in Ontario; Women's Fashion - Nice Lace Knits; Don Wederfortof Canwest Aviation held Hostage in Ethiopian Guerrillas; Merv Cronie - Jumbo Jet Salesman)

DECEMBER 7 (Cover; Unreal Real;ty for Sale; Cover Story - 10 Ways Con Men get You; Partners in 15 Years of World Class Bridge - Sammy Kehela and Eric Murray; New York Rangers Bought Derek Sanderson Gambling there's a Hockey Player under the Flash; Women's Fashion - Variations on a Classic Shirt Dress; 59 Ways to Rate your Country)

DECEMBER 14 (Cover; Boy Holding a Pellet Pistol; Cover Story - Airguns aren'tust Toys; 10 More Tricks of a Con Man's Trade; When it's Canadian "Subsidiary" is Not a Dirty Word; Women's Fashion - Travelers Choice; Stock Car Driver Ailsa Craig)

DECEMBER 28 (Cover; Barely There Bikini; Cover Story - Women's Fashion Next to Nothing Bikini's; The Great Halifax Hangover Cure; Barney Danson "In Politics you can Never have enough Socks and Underwear"; Skiers Hot-Dogging; Mme. Benoit the Best Cook in the Country)


JANUARY 11 (Cover; TV's "Relic" Actor Robert Clothier; Cover Story - The Secret Life of a "Beachcomber"; AndreOuellet's Ascent to Power Politics; Pro Hockey's most Traded Player - Larry Morley Hillman; Women';s Fashion - 1975 Seperates; Yesterday for Sale at Montreal store "The Nostalgis Factory")

FEBRUARY 1 (Cover; Ease into a Chemise; Cover Story - Women's Fashion - Flowing Free; Progress Report on Our War of Independence; "Our Son the Gladiator" by Barbara Spruce mother of Vancouver Canucks Andy Spruce; Seagulls may be Hazardous to your Health; Notre Damede Montreal)

MARCH 22 (Cover; Why We're Glad We Live Here; Cover Story - Reasons to Believe; National Arts Centre Orchestra; Glenn Hall's Hate Affair with Hockey; Women's Fashion - Elegance is Bliss; Indian Summer - Back to Nature Holidays with the Natural Experts)

MAY 24 (Cover; Young Man Playing a Guitar in his Cell; Cover Story - Kids Inside doing time in Canada's Training (reforn) Schools; Quebec Funniest Man - Yvon Deschamps; Montreal Expos Gary Carter; Roughing it in Comfort in a Super-Camp in Mactaquac, New Brunswick)

JULY 12 (Cover; Lula Beatrice Wilken; Cover Story - She's the Most Influential Person in Canada; Dressing by the Book - Fashions from Catalogues; Moe Norman is the Best Golfer in Canada; The Making of a Martyr - How Chairman Mao's China Transformed Norman Bethune)

JULY 19 (Cover; Wooing Justice; Cover Story - Canada's Top Ten Criminal Lawyers - David Humphrey - Morris Fish - Michel Proulx - Arthur Maloney - Harry Walsh - H.A.D. Oliver - Morris Shumiatcher - Milt Harradence - Tom Braidwood - John W. McClung; B.C. Premier McBride decided in 1914 they Needed a Fighting Fleet; Football Coach Leo Cahill in Dixie; Singer Marg Osburne's Home on the Range)

SEPTEMBER 13 (Cover; Noah Beery and Madge Bellamyin the 1923 Film "Soul of the Beast"; Cover Story - "Hollywood's French Canadians Happy-go-lucky Rogues in Toques" by Pierre Burton; Law, Order and Warren Allmand; Dan Rowan is a Sore Loser - Most of the Others on the Celebrity Tennis Circuit are Also; Coping with the City Life Means Carving out Your own Space)

SEPTEMBER 20 (Cover; Boy Standing Behind a School Desk; Cover Story - "Who's Missing out in Canadian Education ?" by Paul and Audrey Grescoe; Two for the Show - Whatever Lefty Phillips Hustles Jockey Gary Stahlbaum Rides; This is the Law ? - Silly Canadian Laws; The 75-cent Fantasy - Harlequin Romances; Filmwest - a Film Comany Co-op)

SEPTEMBER 27 (Cover; Farley Mowat with a Husky; Cover Story - "The Last Husky" by Farley Mowat; Meat and Morality in Quebec; Small Town Country Neon Signs; Edmonton Eskimos Quarterback Tom Wilkinson - The Fine Athlete in the Funny Body)

OCTOBER 11 (Cover; "Canada's Number 1 Health Problem"; Cover Story - Dick Brown on his and Canada's Number 1 Health Issue of Alcoholism; Canadian Golfer Bob Panasiuk almost Dead Solid Perfect; The New Fall of Quebec - The Bulldozers Dig In; You're Kidding ! Children's Power

OCTOBER 18 (Cover; The Chinese Connection and Other Fashion Follies; Cover Story - Duds from the Fashion Industry; Introducing Columnist Betty Lee; Getting off the Sauce with Dr. Gordon Bell; John Musgrave's Date with a UFO; Ottawa Roughriders Quarterback Condredge Holloway - All Around Everything)

NOVEMBER 1 (Cover; Henry Kissinger; Cover Story - U.S. State Department have a hand in Cancelling Canadas's Crime Congress ?; Claude Jutra - Life as a Screen Test; "Football for Art's Sake" by Barrie Hale; It's the "Happy Gang" back after 16 Years)

NOVEMBER 8 (Cover; Man Laying Sleepless in Bed; Cover Story - Inability to Cope with the Conditions of the Seventies; On Tour in Israel with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet; Tom Cossitt the Honorable Troublemaker from Leeds; Our All Canadian Football College All Stars)

NOVEMBER 15 (Cover; 1965 a Banner Year; Cover Story - Special Issue on 1965 - Good Old Back Then - The Dark Side of 1965 - Reflections on a Passing Scene - Several Distempers of the Time - The Right Place at the Right Time - The Art of Becoming Dated - Sports a Few Last Times Out)

NOVEMBER 22 (Cover; Paul Newman; Cover Story - Paul New2man and Robert Altman in Alberta filming "Buffalo Bill and the Indians"; A Prison Doctor's Case against Hanging "An End to the Rope" by Dr. Guy Richmond; The Canadian Football League's Best - Then and Now; Robert Thomas Allen's Florida Retreat)

DECEMBER 13 (Cover; Marc Lalondr - Governor of the Welfare State; Cover Story - "Master of the Game" by David Cobb; The Golden Age of Radio in Canada; The Ice Water Entree 0 Journal of a Clinical Fast; Law and Order's Last Resort - OPP's Tactics and Rescue Unit)


JANUARY 10 (Cover; Jerry Goodis and George Sinclair; Cover Story - Somebodies in the Advertising Business; Why There has to be a Gambler's Anonymous; Tiger's Complaint - Dave Williams would like to be Knoan as a Hockey Player; Stanley Kubrick's Time Warp)

JANUARY 17 (Cover; Political Cartoons; Cover Story - 200 Hundred Years of Canadian Political Cartoons; "Starring on My Own Bubble Gum Card" by Robert Markle; The Dark Side of the Leprechaun - The Irish Rovers Will Millar; "The Lindy Hop - Flying the Atlantic in a Twin Engine Comanche)

JANUARY 24 (Cover; Roy and Mary Brimicombes with war Baby Son Mike 30 Years later; Cover Story - War Babies and Lots of Changes; Artist Joyce Wieland in Movieland; A Few Kind Words on Behalf of Snow; Harry Crawshaw - Canada's Answer to the Sixty Year Old Swede)

JANUARY 31 (Cover; Adrienne Clarkson; Cover Story - The Interviewer being Interviewed; A Casr for Legal Heroin; New York Rangers Phil Esposito; The Town that Came Back - Vegreville Alberta)
FEBRUARY 7 (Cover; Roy McMurtry; Cover Story - "The Politics of Common Sense" by Earl McRae; Sqeaky Clean on Broadway - Cliff Jones; "The Legend of Chiel Buffalo Child Long Lance" part 1 of 2; Women's Hairstylists - The Unkindest Cut)

FEBRUARY 14 (Cover;"Home Sweet Home" unfinished Sampler; Cover Story - The Shaky State of Canadian Marriage; "The Legend of Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance" part 2 of 2; Figure Skater Turned M.P. Otto Jelinek; Cupid at 43 - The Soft Centered Songs of Keath Barrie)

FEBRUARY 21 (Cover; Joey Smallwood and Ed Roberts; Cover Story - "The Falling Out" by Newfoundland's Roy MacGregor; John Glasco is the Elegant Pornographer; Little White Thievery - Remember when Honesty was the only Policy ?; World Champion Bowler Cathy Townsend)
MARCH 13 (Cover; Allan Blakeney; Cover Story - "Triumphs of a Prairie Socialist" by Paul Grescoe; Fashions to Boogie in - Soul on Your Sleeve; Games of Fear and Winning - Whatever a Sports Stars Dreads Most will Surely Happen; Hardy Hagood's Homecoming)

MARCH 27 (Cover; Ronnie Hawkins; Cover Story - Last Boogie in Sturgeon Falls; Men's Fashion - Amazing Grace of a Tailor Made Suit; Look Who's Coming to Dinner - The Care and Feeding of 11,000 Olympic Athletes; Things You Shouldn't Say when Visiting the Prairies; Everydasy Art - Trophies and Sports Club Emblems)
APRIL 3 (Cover; Bruce Cockburn; Cover Story - Love, Myths and Life on the Road; The Gardner of the Gulf - Alex Campbell and the Preserving of Prince Edward Island; Four of a Kind Fur Trappers - Henry Bradley - Harry Howell - Borgy Ellings - Jack McAlly; Since You can't Take it with You... Make a Will)

APRIL 10 (Cover; Flora MacDonald; Cover Story - The Lady was for Burning; The Two Dollar Bettor's Best Friend - Harness Race Driver Herve Filion; Singer Dan Hill's Generation)

APRIL 17 (Cover; Anthony Davis; Cover Story - New Star on the Run Football's Anthony Davis; "Love, Death and Betty Kennedy" by June Callwood; Facing Up to Strikes and Violence; The Canadian Brass Ham it Up)

APRIL 24 (Cover; Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow ?; Cover Story - The Ghost of Future Past; A Matter of Manners - Pauline McGibbon; The Mercy Brothers are Clean Cut Country; Remember Hockey Show "Hot Stove League")

MAY 1 (Cover; Gabrielle Roy; Cover Story - "Seasons in the Life of a Novelist" by David Cobb; Business is Popping off at Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau; Ron Andrews the Chief Statistician of the NHL; "The Butterfat Result" by Raymond Massey)

MAY 8 (Cover; United Auto Workers Dennis McDermott; Cover Story - Labor Leaders friends of the Working Class; Confessions of a Fence - Dealing in Stolen Goods; Singer Composer Ann Mortifee is a West Coast Woman; Terry Kelly of Oshawa, Ontario is "The Superfan" of all Sports)

MAY 15 (Cover; War Bride; Cover Story - The War Brides Then and Now 30 Years Later; The Big Sleep - 300,000 Federal Civil Servants; Ghost of the Hardy Boys - The Real Franklin W. Dixon please Stand Up ?; Hockey Fuzz - How Frank Torpey keeps the Players Noses Clean)

MAY 22 (Cover; Special Issue the Canada U.S. Border - Drawing the Line in Words and Pictures)

JUNE 5 (Cover; Poet - Pat Lowther; Cover Story - "The Poet as Victim" by Paul Grescoe; Part Way to Sainthood - Brother Andre of Mount Royal; The Snow Prints - Inuit Visions in an Adopted Art Form; Who is Egon Beiler and What does he Want ? - A Gold Medal in Wrestling)

JUNE 19 (Cover; Statue of Liberty with Cameras and Sunglasses; Cover Story - The Changing Image of the American Tourist; Labatt's Don McDougall a Big Hitter in Beer and Baseball - He's Bringing Baseball to Toronto; Walter Koener Reclaims West Coast Native Art from Decay; Canadian Actress Jackie Burroughs)

JULY 17 (Cover; Judge Gavel Smashing a Female Symbol; Cover Story - The Law is Not for Women - The Case Against Injustice; Pushing Back the Limits - The Only Reason for the Olympics; Greg Curnoe is Outside the Mainstream of Modern Art; Sky Pilot Tom Elden's Ministry is an Airport)
JULY 24 (Cover; Olympic Pentathlon Athlete Diane Jones; Cover Story - Pressure Times Five; Surrender by Ballot - How Quebec and Canada Purchased the Birthright of Northern Native People; St. John's Newfoundland Mayor Dorothy "Dottie" Wyatt; Consumer Advocate Phil Edmonston Bugs Car Makers)

AUGUST 7 (Cover; The Immigrants; Cover Story - Twenty Years into Milk and Honey - Six not so New Canadians; The View from the Dugout - Montreal Expos New Manager Karl Kuehl; The Sounds of Silence - New Sheltered World has Opened Up Life for the Deaf; Whatever Happened to Quality ?)

AUGUST 14 (Cover; Samantha Eggar; Cover Story - Filming the Movie "Why Shoot the Teacher ?" in Hanna, Alberta; "Home Thoughts" by Mordecai Richler; The Law of the Sea with Counsellor David Kerr; If the Montreal Expos ever Win a Pennant what will Paul Shubin do for an Encore ?)

AUGUST 21 (Cover; Archbishop Edward Scott; Cover Story - Missionairies in a New Wilderness - A Who's Who of Common Prayer; Winston Churchill's Unsinkable Canadian Dreamboat; Taylor Statten's Silver Cradle - How Eatons, Westons and Molsons Spent their Summers; Success without Stardom - Kathryn Moses - Monica Gaylord - Shawne Jackson - Joyce Smith)

AUGUST 28 (Cover; The Scientist as Guinea Pig; Cover Story - How Ottawa Experiments with Medical Research; Where Superman and Spider-man are Teaching Troubled Kids to Read; The Tennis Outcast Dale Power)

SEPTEMBER 11 (Cover; Charles Chiniquy and Billy Bishop; Cover Story - "Epic Figures from our Past" by Pierre Burton; Charlie Farquharson's Allmynack; "The Three Futures of Eve" by Judith Merril; Major League Baseball Umpire Jim McKean "All Managers are Crazy")

SEPTEMBER 25 (Cover; Margaret Atwood; Cover Story - "The Private Life of Mararet Atwood" by Roy MacGregor; Shaking it Rough - Prison Beyond our Illusions; Man Bites Dod - When Man's Best Friend wasn't Boss; The Promise of Peter Lee an NHL Hopefull)

OCTOBER 9 (Cover; Murray McLauchlin; Cover Story - Minstrel Boy Murray McLauchlin; Underground Medicine - Take Two Onions and Call me in the Morning: Artist Dorothy Knowles has a Vision of the Prairies; Montreal Alouettes Andy Hopkins)

OCTOBER 16 (Cover; Old Prairie Pioneer Couple; Cover Story - The Prairie Pioneers own Stories in their own Words; The Bank of Beaux Arts; Rewards of a Word Dealer - Novelist R. Lance Hill)

OCTOBER 23 (Cover; Denis Potvin; Cover Story - Denis Potvin's Canada Cup Diary; CBC's Boss Al Johnson "Let's Make Television Alive with Controversy"; Inuit Life before the Snowmobile - paintings and text by William Kurelek)

OCTOBER 30 (Cover; Karsh by Karsh; Cover Story - The Mythology of Yousuf Karsh; Twenty Years after the Bump - Ressurection of Springhill, Nova Scotia; Whipper Billy Watson and the Handicapped; Marian Engel - Author of "Bear")

NOVEMBER 6 (Cover; Two Women Out in the Snow; Cover Story - How to Have a No Freeze Winter; The Degradation of Anthony Apakark Thrasher a Inuit on Skid Row; Singer Songwriter David Wiffen; Playwrite George Hulme; Help for Lottery Winners)

NOVEMBER 13 (Cover; The Pretty Face Problems of TV News; Cover Story - Does TV Really Deliver the News; "The Birth of Anti- Semitism" by Irving Layton; A Ballet Story for Hard Hats - National Ballet of Canada; Zoo Futures - the High Cost of Aquiring Animals)

NOVEMBER 20 (Cover; Woman with a Black Eye; Cover Story - Violence Begins at Home - The Dilemma of the Battered Wife; Second Annual All Star College Football Team; The Short Jumpy Life of an Illeagal Immigrant; Country Singer Carroll Baker)
NOVEMBER 27 (Ceasar like Bust of Pierre Trudeau; Cover Story - The Decline of the Trudeau Empire; Artist Ernest Lindner "You Don't Put Clothes on Trees"; Movie Maker Eric Till; The Plastic Cup - Grey Cup Follies)

DECEMBER 4 (Cover; Borje Salming; Cover Story - a New Kind of Hockey Hero; How the Computer can be Programmed to Steal; Recreating the Five-and-Dime - What 3 Nickels wiil still Buy; Author Jane Rule - a Reasoned and Reasonable Voice for Lesbianism)

DECEMBER 11 (Cover; Ian Tyson; Cover Story - Ian Tyson's Last Stand in Nashville; "Our Man in Hawaii" by Robert Thomas Allen; Psychic Terror - Was Mary Donovan a Mental Case or Phenomenon ?How and Why the CFL lost Canada's Best College Brian Fryer to the U.S.)

DECEMBER 18 (Cover; Al Waxman; Cover Story - "The King of Kensington Street" Creates a Market; Ten of the Best Backbenchers in Canadian Politics; Why Damn Near Everything is Bad for You; Milton Acorn the People's Poet; Formula Failure - Race Car Driver Bill Brack)

DECEMBER 25 (Cover; Weird Santa Claus Face; Cover Story - The Two Faces of Christmas; Hearts of Oak - Petty Officer Brian Cox; Director Allen King and the Filming of W.O. Mitchell's "Who Has Seen the Wind": Fun and Games in Sports)


JANUARY 1 (Cover; Figure Skater Ron Shaver; Cover Story - Ron Shaver Skates for His Life; The Inventions of Michael Snow - Paintings, Sculpture, Music and Films; Eleanor Sniderman's Way of Selling Classical Records; Saskatchewan Crude - the Bohunk Humour of Les "Metro" Pavelick)
JANUARY 8 (Cover; The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe; Cover Story - Cheaper Ways to Raise Your Kids; George Woodcock on the Weird and Wonderful Politics of B.C.; The Boys from Blackstrap Mountain - Humphrey and the Dumptrucks; WHA Winnipeg Jets Coach Bobby Kromm)
JANUARY 15 (Cover; Our Readers Poll on Canada's Future with Quebec; Cover Story - Quebec Libre ?; The Case for the Best Prosecutors in the Country; Why Death Suffuses the Art of Alex Colville; Cuyler Young Uncovers a 4,000 Years Old Murder)

JANUARY 22 (Cover; One Man Portraying Four Types of Bosses; Cover Story - How to Make Your Boss Work for You; The Two Dollar Bettor's Worst Enemy - Jockey Sandy Hawley; Rediscovering Singer Colleen Peterson; Donald Tansley - Confessions of a Self Styled S.O.B.)

JANUARY 29 (Cover; Sports Fans; Cover Story - Gentlemen, Players and Others Who Make Sport; Fourteen Canadian Artists - A Washington Critic's Choice; American's Funny Notions About Canadians; Opera Star MaureenForrester)

FEBRUARY 5 (Cover; Broken Door Lock; Cover Story - A Consumers Guide to Both Sides of the Burglary Business; A Canadian Tragedy - Dairy Farmer Fred Stein Barely Scrapping Past; Women's Fashion - A Touch of Class in Timeless Styles)

FEBRUARY 12 (Cover; Chinese Man with an Abacas; Cover Story - A Consumers Guide to Canadian Lotteries; A Village out of Time - Harbour Deep, Newfoundland; Vantasia - The Amazing Art Work on Some Vans; Folksinger Malka Cohen)

FEBRUARY 19 (Cover; Architect Arthur Erickson; Cover Story - The Brilliance and Limitations of Arthur Erickson; Reporter Peter Dempson Story of His Fight with Lukemia; The Rock Group "Heart" Ann and Nancy Wilson the First Ladies of Rock; Hockey Night in Kladno, Czechoslovakia)

FEBRUARY 26 (Cover; Exhausted Looking Secretary; Cover Story - How Positive and Negative Ions Affect Your Life and Health; Critizing the Critics - 15 Writers, Artists and Performers get Their Say; Fear and Loathing to Order - Shlockmeister David Cronenberg; Montreal Canadiena Steve Shutt has the Scoring Touch)

MARCH 5 (Cover; Two Women Holding Fans in Front of Their Mouths; Cover Story - The New Golden Age of Gossip; Gossip ColumnistMichael Hanlon25 Favorite Items; Photographer Lynne Cohen the Uneasy Art; Master Hustler Nick Zubray)

MARCH 12 (Cover; Patrick Watson; Cover Story - "The Fine Tuning of Patrick Watson" by Dan Turner; The Meaning of Ron Martin's Paintings is Largely up to You; The Toronto Blue Jays First Pick - Bob Bailor; The Separatist Hymn that went Pop - Patsy Gallant)

MARCH 19 (Cover; Donald Sutherland; Cover Story - A Face for Our Time; What Hope for Goose Bay, Labrador now that the U.S. Air Force has Gone; Kareen Zebroff the Guru of the Morning; The Parliamentary Passion of Stanley Knowles)

MARCH 26 (Cover; Woman all in White; Cover Story - Carefree Women's Fashion for Spring; Minister of Agriculture Eugene Whelan; Detroit Red Wings Mickey Redmond Forced to Retire at Age 28; The Lost Villages Flooded Out by the St. Lawrence Seaway Project)

APRIL 2 (Cover; Anglican Reverend Mary Lucas; Cover Story - Women's Lib in the Anglican Church; Atlantic Orphans - What Happens to Atlantic Canada if Quebec Quits Canada ?; A Few Uninterrupted Words about Stuttering; Sammy Koffman - the Travelling After Dinner Speaker)

APRIL 9 (Cover; Our Reader's Poll on Canada's Future; Cover Story - A Time to Care; Twelve Leading Canadians on How They Voted and Why; "Sovereignty Encouraged" by Rene Levesque; A Sampling of the Letter's on Quebec we Got)

APRIL 16 (Cover; Gordon Lightfoot; Cover Story - A Friend's Portrait of Gordon Lightfoot at Work and Play; What to do When you Hear from the Tax Auditor; A Further Sampling of the Letters we Recieved about Quebec; 2-pages of Canadian Postal Stamps with a Hockey Theme)

APRIL 23 (Cover; "The Tragedy of Native Health Care"; Cover Story - "A Nation's Disgrace" by Paul Grescoe; The Toronto Blue Jays - Who are these Guys Anyway ?The Physical Art - Sculptor Arthur Handy)

MAY 7 (Cover; Barbara Amiel and George Jonas; Cover Story - Life and Death among the Beautiful People - Reconstructing the Demeter Murder Story; Canadian Culture goes to Washington - Margaret Trudeau, Northrop Frye and the Paintings of Jack Bush; Five Grown-ups Who Make Sense to Children and Why; Montreal Expos Need these Three Ready - Dick Williams, Dave Cash and Tony Perez)

MAY 14 (Cover; Mackenzie King; Cover Story - "The Once and Future King" by Grattan O'Leary; Beachmanship - Suntan Oil is not Enough; Working Class French Playwright Michel Tremblay; Horse Trainer Doug Matier)

MAY 28 (Cover; Patty Hearst in Handcuffs;' Cover Story - The Stockholm Syndrome Explained; A.J.Casson a Painter in Autumn; Two Montreal Folksingers Kate and Anna McGarrigle stumble into International Fame; Moral Options - Should Sexual Values be Taught in Schools ?)

JUNE 4 (Cover; Catoon of Otto Lang; Cover Story - The Unhappy Landing of Otto Lang; The Faith Eaters Health Food as a Way of Life; Bad Images - Black Days in Donnelly Country; The Royal Canadian Air Farce only on Radio; Ottawa Rough Riders Tony Gabriel and the "Catch")

JUNE 11 (Cover; Couple Walking beside a Lake; Cover Story - Sheila Gormely on the Joy of Staying Together; The Senseless Death of 3-year old Mario Hamelin; Let Us Now Clothe Famous Men - Tailor Lou Myles; Jack Hodgins author of "Spit Delaney's Island")

JUNE 18 (Cover; Adieu, Westmount; Cover Story - Montreal's Crown Colony faces le Nouveau Quebec; "Duncan MacGregor's Lake" by Roy MacGregor; Painter Elisabeth Hopkins Escaping old age at 80; Tearing Up the Tax System)

JULY 2 (Cover; Man with Butterfly Wings; Cover Story - The Jekyll and Hyde of Genetic Research; The Spirit of 1967 Revisited; Oonah McFee not your Average Tortured Writer; Calgary Stampeders Gotta Get Better under Jack Gotta)

JULY 9 (Cover; Manitoba Premier Ed Schreyer; Cover Story - Staying Home in Manitoba; a Bedside Guide to Sleep; Why all those Celebrities beat a Path to Brian Lineham's Door; The Compleat Canadian - Roderick Haig-Brown)

JULY 16 (Cover; Charles Templeton; Cover Story - "A Man for all Media" by Roy MacGregor; Formula 1 Driver Gilles Villeneuve; When Grass was Grass - And Life was Neat and Tidy; The Schools and Sexuality - Your Responses)

JULY 23 (Cover; Iona Campagnolo; Cover Story - The Woman Who could be Prime Minister; Pianist Lou Hooper - Harlem Cakewalk; The Prime of Miss Charmion King; "Through a Lens Lightly" by Robert Thomas Allen)
JULY 30 (Cover; The Fonz at Forty; Cover Story - Unhappy Days - Why Sitcom Fifties are Fake; Toronto Argonauts Mike Wilson and Joel Parrish; The Best First Aid Kit you Put Together; Lifelines - How Much Time You Have Left to Live)

AUGUST 6 (Cover; Young Couple Tied to a House; Cover Story - The Mortgage Maze; Beyond the Veil - Sex and Widowhood; Allan Fleming the Symbolist; Montreal Expo Pitcher Bill Atkinson of Chatham, Ontario)

AUGUST 27 (Cover; Typewriter Keys Streched out to Grab a Woman; Cover Story - "How Phobias Torment their Victim's Minds" by Alan Edmonds; Paul Brodie has Sax Appeal - Classical Saxophone; The Land of the Midnight Pulps - Canada and the Pulp Magazines; Toronto Blue Jays Ron Fairly)

SEPTEMBER 10 (Cover; The Dionne Quints; Cover Story - "The Dionne Miracle" by Pierre Burton; Do Sports Announcers Describe the Game or Sell It ?; New Children's Poems by Dennis Lee; Computeraid for you and the BLEEPING Machine)

SEPTEMBER 17 (Cover; Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor; Cover Story - Wonderous Lines from Hollywood's Dear Old Days; The Hidden Handicap that Drove a Kid to Suicide; The Day Babe Ruth Played Halifax; The Shoeshine Boy Slaying on Toronto's Younge Street)

SEPTEMBER 24 (Cover; Couple with Dog Sitting on a Couch in the Snow; Cover Story - Cold Facts on the Energy Crisis; The Casting of the Sitcom "Custard Pie"; Women's Fashion - Rogue VogueFootball Players Slap Happy on the Bum)

OCTOBER 1 (Cover; Japanese Internment during the Second World War; Cover Story - "Years of Sorrow, Years of Shame" by Barry Broadfoot; Alternate Theatre's Carol Bolt "one Night Stand" on CBC TV; Tractor Pull in Windsor, OntarioJoe Who, What, When, Where and Why - Getting to Know Joe Clark)

OCTOBER 8 (Cover; Public Servants with the Thumbs Down; Cover Story - The Truth about Public Service Strikes; The Rough and Tumble Times of Conn Smythe; Terry Fenton and Karen Wilkin  Art Gallery in Edmonton; CBC Musical Comedy "Mandragola")

OCTOBER 15 (Cover; Tom Thomson as a Young Man; Cover Story - The Legend and Legacy of Tom Thomson; Fred and Ruth Gryffin - A Question of Malpractice; "Allen in Wonderland" by Robert Thomas Allen; Craig Russell His Majesty the Queen)

OCTOBER 22 (Cover; Foolhardy Fashion; Cover Story - Waiter, There's a Sleeve in my Soup !; Paul Tremblay is our Best Foot Forward in the Vatican; "A Matter of Principal - School Days" by Robert Thomas Allen; B.C. Lions Quarterback Jerry Tagge)

OCTOBER 29 (Cover; A Blue Cow; Cover Story - Remembering the Farm; Psychologist Susan Butt probes Sexuality in Sports; Ottawa's National Museum of Man display of "Everyman's Heritage"; To Judge a Judge - You Might End up in Jail)

NOVEMBER 5 (Cover; For What ?; Cover Story - The Sight and Sound of Canadians at War; Joyce Davidson is Still Queen of the TV Interviewers; Hamilton Tiger Cats Halfback Jimmy Edwards; Alberta Job Seekers - The Other Side of Paradise)

NOVEMBER 12 (Cover; Peter Trueman; Cover Story - The Ferocious Morality of Peter Trueman; Guilt Trips we all Take; Learning Disabilities - Our Readers Respond; A Hero Reclaimed - Sir Wilfred Grenfell)

NOVEMBER 19 (Cover; Man with Credit Cards at a Poker Table; Cover Story - The Great Canadian Credit Gamble; The Grasslands Question - People or Prairie Dogs ?; Warning - Living May be Hazardous to Your Health; Harry Rasky's World of Wonder; Frances Hyland 's Fame without Fortune)

NOVEMBER 26 (Cover; Sam Berger; Cover Story - Sam Berger the Man Who Saved the CFL; The Top 50 Powers in the Medical Establishment; Artist Christopher Pratt - A Rarer Reality; Ballet Star Sylvie Kinal-Chevalier)

DECEMBER 3 (Cover; The Three Wise Men from Outer Space; Cover Story - Canadian Made Animated Filn "A Cosmic Christmas"; Vintage Years for Canadian Books; Vengeance is Theirs - the TV Show "The Avengers"; Police Snitch's - For a Price)

DECEMBER 10 (Cover; Gracie Fields, Phyllis Diller and Lily Tomlin; Cover Story - The Changing Face of Women's Humor; Claude Morin the Architec of the Quebec Referendum; Canada an International Thoroughbred Racing Power; Western Mystic - Rudy Wiebe)

DECEMBER 17 (Cover; Man in Hospital Gown; Cover Story - The False Security of the Annual Checkup; It's Deadline Time at the U.N. Security Council about Cyprus; Timothy Findley on the Writing of "The Wars"; Art and Taxes - Hsio-Yen Shih)

DECEMBER 24 (Cover; Boy on Santa Claus Lap; Cover Story - "Memories of Christmas Past" by Robert Thomas Allen; "The Crown vs. Gun-an-Noot" by Pierre Burton; National Film Board of Canada's "Ill Find a Way" about Handicapped Nadia De Franco of Toronto; Lou Sendel the Best Ballroom Dancer in Canada)

DECEMBER 31 (Cover; Squaring Off for '78; Cover Story - People and Events Looming in Your Future; Ed Bickert own Style of Jazz Guitar; Women's Fashion - Handworked Art Wear; John Grierson the Impatient Visionary)


JANUARY 7 (Cover; Angelo Mosca; Cover Story - The Twilight Years of (alias King Kong) Angelo Mosca; The Good Brothers - Troubadours from New Country; Questions Kids Ask; Gordon Rayner Paintings - A Sense of Mystery)

JANUARY 28 (Cover; Male and Female in Grad Cap and Gown; Cover Story - New Storm Brewing on Campus of Degrees but no Jobs; Crocodile Expert Jim Lovisek consultant for the Movie "Crocs"; Opening up British Columbia - Photos by Mattie Gunterman; Grand Master of Street Chess - Joseph Smolij)

FEBRUARY 11 (Cover; Great Canadian Detective John Wilson Murray; Cover Story - How he Solved a Million Dollar Counteefeiting Ring; California State of Mind; "Inveswting for Fun and Profit" by Paul Grescoe; Counselling the Dying; Viennese Valentine; What you can Do for your Aching Back)

FEBRUARY 18 (Cover; Playwright David Freeman; Cover Story - David Freeman has Something to Say; Great Canadian Detective John Wilson Murray - The Killing of pretty Mary Ward; A Shy Romance - the Letters of Anne Savage and A.Y. Jackson; King of the Accordian Olaf Sveen)

FEBRUARY 25 (Cover; Wendy and Nestor Repetski and son Alexander; Cover Story - Pain and Dilemma of Living with Hyperactivity; "The Camera Looks Both Ways" by photographer Freeman Patterson; World War One era Canadian Comedy Troupe "The Dumbells"; Your Savinga and the Truth about RRSP's)
MARCH 4 (Cover; Model in Stripped Knitted Jersey; Cover Story - Women's Fashion by Six Montreal Designers; Second World War Irish POW Camp near Curragh; The Medical paradox called Hypothermia - The Deadly LifesaverOnly Dumb Animals would Choose such Stupid Owners)

MARCH 11 (Cover; A Baby's Crib; Cover Story - The Tragedy of Sudden Infant Death; Jean-Marc Chaput author of "Living is Selling"; Gerry Barber is Canada's Toughest Bouncer; Tax Spy Tells All - What they Do to Your T4 Income Tax Form)

APRIL 8 (Cover; Raymond Garneau and Claude Ryan; Cover Story - Fight for Quebec Liberal Leadership; Mexican Cure All - a Spoonful of Manana; The Hobbit that Became a Habit - J.R.R. Tolkien; The Signing of Guy Lafleur - Confessions of a Hockey Wheeler Dealer)

APRIL 15 (Cover; Pierre Trudeau; Cover Story - A Decade in Power; Canadian Poet - Joe Rosenblatt; Some People Love Water Beds)

APRIL 22 (Cover; The Age of Me, Myself and I; Cover Story - The Smug Generation; Montreal Olympic Village is Transformed into Rental Apartments; Bank Tellers Unite - Nothing to Lose but treir Cages; Paul Martin "Canada is Not going to Break Up; Helping the Hyperactive Child)

APRIL 29 (Cover; Douglas Campbell; Cover Story - The Actor as Gentleman and Tiger; English Canadian Folk Songs - Sally Greer and all that Crowd; Fun in the Ladies Restroom - Women's Gaffiti; Montreal Expos Roy Howell; Spooked Out in Budapest - Being Followed and by Who)

MAY 6 (Cover; Journalist John Aitken; Cover Story - "The Scary Things I Hear about Canada - a Coast to Coast Report" by John Aitken; Buy American First - Canadian Business and Tourists; Backgammon is Not a Game it is War; Audrey Thomas a Teller of Surprising Tales)

MAY 13 (Cover; Life Before Birth; Cover Story - Does Memory Go Back to the Womb ?; "Drifting Towards Destruction" by John Aitken on Western Canada; Peace on Wheels - Travelling Games for Car Trips; Lunchtime at Queen Elizabeth's Beaver Club in Montreal)

MAY 20 (Cover; All 15 of Canada's Prime Ministers; Cover Story - Tracking Down the Homes of our Prime Ministers; Canadian Crime Writers Never have the Murder Take Place in Canada; Muskoka meets the Maharishi)

MAY 27 (Cover; Unwanted Infant; Cover Story - Let's Hear it for Foster Mothers; Getting High on Afternoon Tea; "How We Betrayed Ohoto" by Farley Mowat; Paul Tellier is Pierre Trudeau's Secret Weapon)

JUNE 3 (Cover; Four Canadian Children; Cover Story - Shocking Physical Shape of Canada's Children compared to Other Countries; "A Search on the Wild Side" photos and text by Norman Elder on his Amazon Journey; The Mamas and Papas Denny Doherty back in CanadaPress Under Pressure - Quebec's English Language Newspapers)

JUNE 10 (Cover; Monique Mercure; Cover Story - An Actress Who Stands for Something; Hottest Subject on British Campuses is Canada; Blue Chip Stamps - What Else is Inflation Proof ?; Montreal Expos Dick Williams - Ask him in September if it's the Expos Year to Win)

JUNE 24 (Cover; Susan J. Sullivan; Cover Story - 11 Canadians Striving for Success in Hollywood; Why Did 21 men Die in the Saint John city Lockup ?; Lost Luggage in Limbo)

JUNE 30 / JULY 1 (Cover; Canoeing in the Rockies; Cover Story - Ripping Off the Rockies - Conserve or Develope ?; CBC Radio's Singer Songwriter Nancy White; The Parade Maker - Carlos Marchiori; How Creative are You ?)

JULY 8 (Cover; Woman Reclining on a Cresent Moon; Cover Story - New Breed of Therapy on How to Dream Your Troubles Away; Tennis, Everyone ? - Even Jack the Ripper had a Mean Grip; Soap Opera by Satellite "{Muskeg Flats"; John Bassett campaign to become Supreme Power of Private TV)

JULY 15 (Cover; Four Fashion Models; Cover Story - Vancouver Fashion Designer's Mix of Classics and Fantastics; The Flood of Junk Mail; Training the Man on the Street CPR; Running in the Canada's National Capitol Marathon)

JULY 22 (Cover; Bubble Gum Machine Filled with Pills; Cover Story - How Long can we go on Popping Happy Pills ?; The Magic Flute of Kathryn Moses; The Photography of Neil Newton makes Time Stand Still; "Moments I Travel For" by Robert Thomas Allen on Rome and Sicily)

JULY 29 (Cover; Elizabeth Shapiro with her Not For Sale Sign; Cover Story - The Anglos who Won't Leave Quebec; Croatian Designated Hero - Soccer Player Brian Budd; Giving of Yourself after Life - Organ Donations; Linda Coyle's "The Record Hunter" auction Catalog for Rare Records)

AUGUST 5 (Cover; British Columbia Premier Bill Bennett; Cover Story - Jarring Tremors in Bennett's Eden; Fable Not Fit for Little Ears "The Silencing of Bernard the Beaver"; The Mystic Realism of painter Jack ChambersDr. Colin Rolfe of Winnipeg has to Deal with Life in the Past Tense - Medical Examiner)

AUGUST 12 (Cover; Young Couple with Newborn Baby; Cover Story - Quiet Revolution in Home Births; Jimmy Conklin's Antique Midway so Ugly it's Beautiful; We're Getting Britain's Malcom Muggeridge; "In Plato's Back Yard" by Robert Thomas Allen in Greece)

AUGUST 19 (Cover; Pierre Trudeau; Cover Story - Is Trudeau's plan for Hull an $865 Million Blunder ?; Heather McKay is Squash's Superchamp; Quebec's Decision to only issue Back Licence Plates has Sparked a Bonanza of Slogans and Pictures for thr Front Licence Plate; Edmonton Magazine "Report" and Editor Ted Blyfield - Prayers in the Newsroom)

AUGUST 26 (Cover; Canadian Fisheries Patrol Boat approaching a Foreign Vessel; Cover Story - Patrol Boat Diplomacy; Photographer David Street's Intimate Glimpse into Ballerina Karen Kain; CBC Radio's "The Danny Finkleman Saturday Show"; Kathleen 'Kit' Coleman a Journalist for "The Toronto Mail" in 1889)

SEPTEMBER 2 (Cover; Drawing of a Dead Body in the Snow; Cover Story - Teenager Peter Walker's Plan to Suicide from his Diary; David Haber Artists Management Inc.; Kit Coleman Pioneer of the Advice Column in Canada Pulled no Puches; Canada's National Tennis Coach Josef Brabanec - Can He do It ?)

SEPTEMBER 9 (Cover; Puppy in a Wooden Crate; Cover Story - The Family Pet a Potential Hazard to Mental Health; A Tasteful Day in California's Npap Valley; Turning 30 - Who Me ?; Travelling Tony the Hospital Junkie has been Treated 220 tines in 81 Different Hospitals in OntarioCrockery Mosaics from Broken Items)

SEPTEMBER 16 (Cover; The True North Strong and (not) Free; Cover Story - "The Shadowy World of National Security" part 1 of 2; The Celtic Connection - Was Canada Discovered 3,000 years Ago ?; Lisa Dal Bello a Different Kind of Woman; Arts as Therapy - Paint and be Saved)

SEPTEMBER 23 (Cover; "Women at 30"; Cover Story - Facing the Decade of Decision; "The Shadowy World of National Security" part 2 of 2; Hunting Dinosaurs in Western Canada; Trial by Mountain - a Lesson in Survival)

SEPTEMBER 30 (Cover; Manitoba Premier Sterling Lyon; Cover Story - Turn to the Right Manitoba; Women's Fashion - Penny Wise Panache; Award Winning TV Producer Norman Campbell; Life Among the Savages - Inuit Newcomer to Ottawa finds the Customs Bizarre)

OCTOBER 7 (Cover; Who Killed Christ ?; Cover Story - Canadian TV Film "The Jesus Trial"; Men's Fashion - Styled for Living; The War Against Cattle Rustling in the B.C. Interior; "Cougars in the Classroom" by Lyn Hancock)

OCTOBER 14 (Cover; New York Rangers Don Murdoch; Cover Story - "Junkie Go Home !" the Personal Hell of Don Murdoch; Mississauga Soap Opera "Valleyfields" written by Barbara Hammond and Jaqueline Tada; Philippe Beaudry obsession with the Sunken Luxery Liner "The Empress of Ireland"; Wood Stoves are Making a Comeback)

OCTOBER 21 (Cover; Frank Jensen and his Precipitator; Cover Story - The Complete Futurist Recycles Everything; SkyJacker Paul Cini Explains why he Held Flight 812 for Ransom; Athletes as Art by Ken Danby; The 130 year Battle of Bilingualism at the University of Ottawa)

OCTOBER 28 (Cover; 12-year old Hockey Goaltender Gail Cummingsd; Cover Story - The New Amazons who Threaten the Sexist Sports Establishment; Animated "Witch's Night Out" by John Leach and Jean Rankin; Stained Glass Artist Karl Lengauer; James Dunnigan's War Game "Canadian Civil War' based on Quebec Seperating)

NOVEMBER 4 (Cover; Poor Little Rich Girl; Cover Story - Canada a Good Place to Grow Up ?; A guide to the Bugs Bugging You; Most Spouse Murderers Make Fatal Mistakes - and Get Caught; Edmonton's Love Affair with Drive-in TheatersThe Bleeding of Canadian Works of Art and How Ian Christie Clark helped Stop It)

NOVEMBER 11 (Cover; Plugged-in Medicine; Cover Story - What Happens When Machines take over from Your Doctor; How to Convert to a More Exotic Religion; A Poets Canada; Jeff Lynas the Star Next Door; What's New in Microwave Ovens)

NOVEMBER 18 (Cover; La Loi 101- Un Tigre De Papier ?; Cover Story - "Bill 101 - a Paper Tiger ?"; Children's Christmas Gifts that won't Fall Apart on Boxing Day; "Up With People" performing in Virden, Manitoba;The Enigma of Mystery Author Philippe van Rjindt)

NOVEMBER 25 (Cover; Canadian Football Legend Hal Patterson; Cover Story - The Last Pass; A Whitew Man's Guide to Eating Better and Cheaper in Chinatown; Children's Fashion - Gift Ideas for Doting Donors; How to Watch a Whale - A Viewers Guide; Nuremberg was Hitler's Showplace)

DECEMBER 2 (Cover; Future Site of Another Megacorp Development; Cover Story - The Pot of Gold that Ottawa Gave Away; The Gentle Art of KInife Throwing; The Only Way to Beat Winter is to Enjoy It; Fred Cogswell publisher of Fiddlehead Poetry Books of Fredericton; Teacher Charlie Love of the Grade School in Oba, Ontario)

DECEMBER 9 (Cover; Medical Bag Filled with Fruits and Vegtables; Cover Story - The New Medicine of Healthy Eating; Lost Art of Floragraphy; Ken Read and the Kamikaze Canadian Skiers; Closet Music Star - Willie P. Bennett; Make Your Own Christmas Wreaths)

DECEMBER 16 (Cover; A Lobster Guerrilla; Cover Story - Lobster Poaching Turns Ugly; Linda Sorensen the Author of "Christmas Lace"; The Face of Winnipeg's North End has changed but the Spirit Remains the Same; Playing the Ad Game)

DECEMBER 23 (Cover; Christmas Quiz !; Cover Story - The Quiz; Renta Yenta makes Dreams come True - For a Price; A Hardy Breed still Rides the Range in the West; Last Minute Christmas Extras)

DECEMBER 30 (Cover; Sneezy Waters; Cover Story - Hank Williams is Alive and Well and Living in Sneezy Waters; The Bump and Grind of Sumo Wrestlers; 1978 the Year that Wasn't; The Bible According to Robert Thomas Allen)


JANUARY 6 (Cover; Man Behind Bars; Cover Story - Crime and Punishment the High Cost of Our Prison System; Travels with Maureen Forrester; Carry a Cane and Start a Conversation Wherever you Go)

JANUARY 13 (Cover; Maria Campbell; Author of "halfbreed" Maria Campbell's Second Spring; Foul Weather Friends - Mennonite Disaster Services; Jerry Grey Proves that Canada has a Great History; The Floaing Burke House in Vancouver Harbor)

JANUARY 20 (Cover; Tailfins of a 1950's Car; Cover Story - North America's Love Affair with the Car; Montreal's Resuscicar Saves Accident Victim's Lives; David Fennario the Bard from Balconville)

JANUARY 27 (Cover; Jean Gascon of the National Arts Centre; Cover Story - Jean Gascon's Impossible Dream; Surviving the Fad of Personal Explosives; The Obsession of Figure Skating; The Story of Will and Ariel Durant)

FEBRUARY 3 (Cover; Bobby Orr; Cover Story - The King is Gone from the Ice but Never the Game; Introduction to Snow Golfing; The RCMP Security Service is not a State within a State; So You wanna be a Dancer)

FEBRUARY 10 (Cover; Actress Hollis McLaren; Cover Story - Stardom's Child id Growing Up Slowing; The Year of the Snake; Things are Not as Bad as they Seem - They're Worse; Alberta's Ross Davis - A Question of Mercy; The Saskatchewan Conservation House)

FEBRUARY 17 (Cover; Ebb Tide in the Bahamas; Cover Story - Canadian Expatriate D'Arcy Ryan's Fight for Citizenship in the Bahamas; What the World Needs Now... Answers fron Children in Fifty Countries; Rooms at the Top - Rideau Hall; Total Solar Eclipse Coming Next Week)

FEBRUARY 24 (Cover; A Forgotten Child of the World; Cover Story - Canadian Group Helps the Fogotten Children of the World; Peter Gzowski and Friends Start Shaping Up for the Spring; A Broadway Drama - Canadian Whiz Kid Garth Drabinsky)

MARCH 3 (Cover; Do Not Ajust Your Set; Cover Story - Here Come's Television's New Hardware; At Last Someone's Doing Something for Gifted Youngsters; Storm Over Ungava - Rewrite Canada's History; Tea in the Best of Taste)
MARCH 10 (Cover; Archie Moore; Cover Story - Fighting the Good Fight in Nova Scotia Schools; Speculations on Things to come for Canada; Doris Anderson - Power at any Price; How to Have a Beautiful Lawn without Killing Yourself; How to Win the Battle with Bugs)

MARCH 17 (Cover; Second City Comedy Group; Cover Story - Second City Television Canada's Gift to the World; Wanted the Perfect Cop for Ontario - Insteasd they got Syd Brown; Cloning is a Woman's World; A Killer Whale Calf called Miracle)

MARCH 24 (Cover; Joe Clark; Cover Story - The Man Who would be Prime Minister; Hollywood Stars in Stewart, B.C. to shoot the Movie "Bear Island"; Re-inventing the Woolly Mammoth)

MARCH 31 (Cover; B.C. Mother Arda Froese; Cover Story - The Mad Mum from Vancouver Shake's up Schoolboard with Questions; "Morty and the Mafia" by Morton Shulman; Postage Stamps of a Bush People; Canadian Golfer Jim Nelford of Burnaby B.C.)

APRIL 7 (Cover; 35-foot Cutter "J.E. Bernier ll" in the Northwest Passage; Cover Story - Retracing the Franklin Expedition; Happiness is Just a Thing Called... People; Autistics Can be Brought into our World; Hollywood's Oscarmania)

APRIL 14 (Cover; Louis Riel; Cover Story - The Riel Industry a Business that a Flawed Martyr Built; New York Islanders class act Mike Bossy; Vancouver's General Hospital Power Struggle a Warning to us All; B.C. Distinctive Design of Condos; All the Family History Money can Buy)

APRIL 21 (Cover; Actress Kate Nelligan; Cover Story - The Gentle Steel of Kate Nelligan; Minority Rights - White and Male in the Back of the Bus; Skinny Perfect Superstar - Edmonton Oilers Wayne Gretzky; What do you Know About Taxes ?)

APRIL 28 (Cover; Blackbeard Sails Again; Cover Story - The New Piracy on the Spanish Main; The Persecution of Peter Treu; Rich New Generation of Canadian Writers; Shelagh Day is a Rebel Without a Job)

MAY 5 (Cover; Allan Fotheringham; Cover Story - The Wicked Wit of the West; Megavitamins - Quackery and Witchcraft or Therapy that Works ?; Eric Freifeld's Watercolors Sell for Unprecedented Amounts; Canadian Water Ballet Star Helen Vanderburg; David NBiven Still has Amazing Grace)

MAY 12 (Cover; Mother with Two Toddlers; Cover Story - The Bittersweet Days of Motherhood; The Business of Living - Poet Earle Birney; What the World Needs Now - 10,000 Young People Answered; Whatever Happened to Superflake ? - Toronto Blue Jays Pitcher Mike Lemongello; Six Favorite Shade Trees for Canadian Gardens)

MAY 19 (Cover; Kawasaki Motorcycle; Cover Story - Motorcycling's Golden Age; What Do Liberalism, Conservatism and Socialism Stand For ?; How Montreal Canadiens Boom Boom Geoffrion Took Atlanta - Twice; Everything You Wanted to know About Summer's Plant and Bug Spoilsports)

MAY 26 (Cover; Eric Peterson as Billy Bishop; Cover Story - Contact ! Billy Bishop Takes Off for New York; A Fishpackerman's work is Never done in Salmon Season; Ontario New Theme Park "Marineland"; Great Canadian Cliches part 1 - If it's Friday this Must be Peggy's Cove)

JUNE 2 (Cover; The Baffled Gardner; Cover Story - Brown Thumb's War; Making Faces - Craniofacial Surgery; Boxing Ring Madness - Still Searching for the Great White Hope; Canadians Discover Wind Surfing; JUNE 9 (Cover; Very Angry Smokey the Bear; Cover Story - We're Teaching Park Animals Deadly Lessons; Macnish Distillery Pipe Band; Child of the Holocaust Jankel Kuperblum is Alive; Great Canadian Cliches part 2 - Quebec - Big Church, Little Village; The Instant Barbecue)

JUNE 16 (Cover; Canada's Champion Kayaker Claudia Kerckhoff; Cover Story - Have Kayak Will Travel; Jojoba the Amazing Wonder Bean; Jules Marois inventor of a Fireproof Firewalker Suit; Anne Murray's Kid Brother - Bruce Murray)

JUNE 23 (Cover; Earthquake; Cover Story - Is Canada Due for a Disaster ?; Jazz Clarinet player Phil Nimmons; Nova Scotia's 1979 Gathering of the Scottish Clans; Photokaleidoscope by Design)

JUNE 30 (Cover; Thief with Jewelery Box; Cover Story - Warren Chandler is a World Class Jewel Thief; Lament for the Lonesome Cowboy; Findhorn's Co-founder Dorothy Maclean Listened to Plants; Great Canadian Cliches part 3 - Victoria's Empress Hotel)

JULY 7 (Cover; Ice Station Lorex; Cover Story - Probing the Mysteries at the Top of the World; New Brunswick's Annual Budworm Spraying Campaign is Deadly; Rolling Stones - You Can't always get what you Want; Western Author Louis L'Amour)

JULY 14 (Cover; The Morphine Within; Cover Story - Home Brewed Narcotics Endorphins; Ten Years Since the Moon Landing - Was it Worth the $30 Billion ?; Great Canadian Cliches part 4 - Grain Elevators)

JULY 21 (Cover; Terry Puhl; Cover Story - Melville Saskatchewan Terry Puhl called Up to the Houston Astros; Montreal's Jewish Community are Leaving for Other Cities; Phantoms of the Grand Ole Opry of Nashville; Jay Ettman is the World's First Successful Tuna Rancher)

JULY 28 (Cover; The Happy Bankrupt; Cover Story - These Days it Pays to go Broke; Painter Louis de Niverville has Been Juggling Reality and Fantasy; Great Canadian Cliches part 5 - The Rockie Mountainsw; Canadian Oil Sheikhs of the Golden West)

AUGUST 4 (Cover; South American Gmelina Tree; Cover Story - Miracle on the Amazon; The Sound of Musicke - The Huggett Way; Vancouver's Best know Street Cop is Whistling Smith; Films in a Northern Light)
AUGUST 11 (Cover; Tennis Star John Newcombe; Cover Story - Newk's Empire; Garth MacLeod spent 29 Days behind Bars for Love of a Dog; Normen Ekoomiak - The Artist as Alien; A Survivor's Guide to Remodelling your Home)

AUGUST 18 (Cover; Foot in a Cast with Electrical Plug; Cover Story - Healing Electrically; "No, But I saw the Movies - All of Them" by Robert Thomas Allen; Sympathy for the Devil - In Defense of Modern Villians of Society; Bram, Lois and Sharon "Let's Hear it for Miss Olson !; Willy Krauch of Nova Scotia and his Smoked Salmon)

AUGUST 25 (Cover; Frank and Vera's Handmade Chairs; Cover Story - The Cottage Industry Revival; Walking Across the Isthmus of Panama with a Group of Young Volunteers;"Aussies Up !" by Robert Thomas Allen; Through the Mill - Working in Fort Frances Paper Mills)

SEPTEMBER 1-2 (Cover; Captain Farley Mowat age 23 in 1944 Italy; Cover Story - War Story the Way We Were; "I Wanna be a Star" When not if for The Raes; "School Days, School Days - Don't Remind Me" by Larry Solway; Men's and Women's Brains are Different)

SEPTEMBER 8-9 (Cover; Short Man with a Tall Woman; Cover Story - Never Sell Short people Short; Mario Bernardi is Conductor of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra; Ken Clubbe's Dial-a-Fish Invention for Fishing that Works; The Wages of Sin are High and Mostly Tax Free)

SEPTEMBER 15-16 (Cover; Maid with her Fist Raised; Cover Story - Domestics Unite !; 1979 Newspeak Brave New Words; Prairie Theatre "Paper Wheat" is about Our History; Ken Campbell on Saving the Children from Sin)

SEPTEMBER 22-23 (Cover; Cartoon Drawing of a Comedian being Yanked off Stage; Cover Story - Comedy Clubs are Sprouting like Bad Jokes; Cognac - Where even the Angesl get their Share; Alpine Musin will Last the Ages; Peter Pocklington meets the NHL)

SEPTEMBER 29-30 (Cover; Girl Gazing at a Onion on top of a Ice Cream Cone; Cover Story - Science Does have a way to Fool our Taste Buds; Al Waxman the Man who Would be King; Author Christopher Hyde "The Wave" about a Dam Break and the Disaster that Follows; "My God, it's the Queen" - Clare McCaul of British Columbia)

OCTOBER 6-7 (Cover; Actor R.H. Thomson; Cover Story - A Fine actor waiting for the Perfumed Tart; A Medical Horror Story in an Operating Room; Try to Spend $53 Million and North Hatley, Quebec will Give you Nothing but Grief; The Faces and Words of People of the Queen Charlottes off B.C. Coast)

OCTOBER 20-21 (Cover; Robert Thomas Allen; Cover Story - Inside the Egypt of King Tutankhamen; C.D. Howe the Armament Quarterback in the Second World War; Flying Race for Antique Planes from Toronto to Vancouver)

NOVEMBER 10 (Three Gold Bars; Cover Story - In Gold We Trust; For the Good of the Nation - Armistice Day and Noboidy seems to Care; Wonderful Wonder Weed Irish Moss; Grade 4 Missouri Students Observations on Canada; Sold to the Highest Bidder - Montreal Alouettes Tom Cousineau)

NOVEMBER 24 (Cover; Ex-Winnipeg Blue Bomber Gerry James; Cover Story - Remembering the Blue Bombers last Grey Cup Victory in 1962's Fog Bowl; Our Members of Parliament don't Live in the Lap of Luxury; St. John's - Calgary by the Sea ?; Presenting the Jets - #12 Left Wing Morris Lukowich; Executives Private Jets; Dauphin, Manitoba's Larry Williamson and his Zoo; Palliative Care a Better way to Die)

DECEMBER 8 (Cover; Cornie Loewon self-made Millionaire; Cover Story - $1,000,000 Here are Four Who Made It; The Rocky Career of The Guess Who; Presenting the Jets - #30 Goaltender Gary Smith; Merry Christmas Toys (batteries not included); Early to Rise - Healthy, Wealthy and Wise ?; A Glimpse inside some Great Winnipeg Homes)

DECEMBER 15 (Cover; A Frozen Stop Sign; Cover Story - Eskimo Point an Icy Utopia is Threatened; Novice Models find a Pretty Face is Just the Beginning; Winter Sports aren't all just Down Hill; Presenting the Jets - #25 Centre Jude Drouin; Teulon, Manitoba Violin Maker 83-year old David Laskay)

DECEMBER 22 (Cover; Young Ukrainian Girl holding a Christmas Candle; Cover Story - Christmas Customs from Many Lands; Timely Guide to Surviving the Holiday Season; Presenting the Jets - #9 Left Winger Bobby Hull; Grade 3 Strathmillan students Nativity Scene; Goldsmiths Future is Shaky with the Soaring Gold Prices; Winnipeg Disc Jockeys in the Dead of the Night)
DECEMBER 29 (Cover; Here Come the '80's; Cover Story - Ten Tough Years Ahead; Challenges for the Eighties; Presenting the Jets - #8 Right Winger Jimmie Mann; Watch These People in the Next 10 Years - Gail McKean - Lloyd Axworthy - Graham Shaw - Brian Glow - Bill Neville - Wayne Caplette - Jackson Beardy and others; The K-Cycle Engine)


JANUARY 12 (Cover; Lenny Breau; Cover Story - the Greatest Guitar Player in the World; New Alcohol Miz is for Driving not Drinking; Presenting the Jets - Pierre Hamel; Ski Manitoba - Mountains out of Mole Hills; These Folks have to Work Outside in the Cold)

JANUARY 19 (Cover; Steinbach Twins - Lana Nightingale Blatz and Johanna Nightingale Rempel; Cover Story - Kidney Transplant Survivors Two Decades Later; Gambling with Bookies; Presenting the Jets - #20 Right Winger Willy Lindstrom; Old and New Clash in the Acient Land of Syria; Canadian Olympic Hockey Team in Lake Placid in 1932)

FEBRUARY 2 (Cover Story; Two Prairie Monks; Cover Story - The Silent Prairie Monks of the Trappist Order; The Losers of Alberta's Boom Time; Presenting the Jets - #14 Right Winger Peter Marsh; Winter Fishing is Hard and Dangerous Work; The Prices of Some High End Luxuries; Whatever Happened to - Don Jonas)

FEBRUARY 9 (Cover; Chinese Girl; Cover Story - Preserving the Culture of Old China while in Canada; Sam Wood 1944-1979 who Stumbled Over the Law; Presenting the Jets - #22 Left Winger Lyle Moffat; Wildlife Photographer Bob Taylor stalks Owls of all Sizes; The Breeding of Super Cow)

FEBRUARY 16 (Cover; Olympic Hopeful Monica Goermann; Cover Story - Portrait of a Champion Gymnast;The Day the Nazis took Over; Presenting the Jets - #17 Left Winger Bill Lesuk; Marrying the Microscope and the Camera Scientists can Peer into Cells; The 1979 Taxman Cometh)

FEBRUARY 23 (Cover; Towing's Tough Guy - Neil McArthur; Cover Story - He's No. 1 so he Tries Harder; One-room Birkenhead School in Neuenburg, Manitoba; Presenting the Jets - #4 Defenseman Lars-Erik Sjoberg; The Sport of Dog Sled Racing; A Soup Line for Deer at Clearwater; Comedian Pat Riordan)

MARCH 1 (Cover; Manitoba Premier Sterling Lyon; Cover Story - To Whom does he Listen ?; Songwriter James Ross moves to Nashville; Presenting the Jets - #24 Cuntre Ron Wilson; The Great Escape - Hawaii; French Ballerina Mireille Grandpierre Kantor - Contemptuous of Ballet in Winnipeg; Reluctant Hero Gordon Shave and the Blizzard of 1966)

MARCH 8 (Cover; "Winter" Texans; Cover Story - The Great Escape - Those Winter Texans from Manitoba; The Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winter; The Incredible Inedibles; Workwomen ? Why Not ?; Presenting the Jets - #7 Defense Scott Campbell; What to Know before you Install a Hot Tub in the Basement; An Insight into Pioneer Life in Manitoba)

MARCH 15 (Cover; Man Snorkling; Cover Story - The Great Escape - Goodbye Canada Forever in the Providenciales Island; Brandon, Manitoba's Amazing basketball Bobcats; Texas makes Medical Practice Perfect; Fraternity Houses - A Faltering Custon Revives; Presenting the Jets - #23 Right Winger John Markell)

MARCH 22 (Cover; Two Brandon Wheat Kings on a Bus; Cover Story - On the Road with the Brandon Wheat Kings; Househusbands - Sometimes it's a Man's Work that's never Done; Presenting the Jets - Coach Tom McVie; Belfast - Bittersweet Memories amid a War that no one can Win; Refugees Rebuild Shattered Lives in a Strange Land called Canada)

MARCH 29 (Cover; Meryl Hart with Barbell; Cover Story - Women Who Pump Iron; Those Easter Treats can be a Labor of Love; What has California Dreamed Up for Us ?; Air Control - Traffic Cop for the Crowded Skies; Presenting the Jets - Assistant Coach Bill Sutherland; Learning Disabilities; Old Time Dance at Portage's West End Hall)

APRIL 5 (Cover; Mountain Music man Lewis Kaselitz; Cover Story - The man behind Boggy Creek's Bluegrass; Sam Malmed for 40 Years Angel of Mercy in Winnipeg Hospitals; Anyone can be a Victim of Depression; The War Brides Now; Cartoons Drawing on Nature's Storehouse; Presenting the Jets - #5 Defenseman Craig Norwich; The Last of a Hardy Breed of Duck Mountains Pioneers - Justin and Nordeth LaRocque; The Royal Winnipeg Ballet School)

APRIL 12 (Cover; One Legged Greg Oswald; Cover Story - Canada's Top Three-Track Skier; Hail to the Country Doctor; Summer Holiday in Britain will end up in Traffic; Presenting the Jets - #35 Goaltender Markus Mattsson; Foremost Wildlife Artist Clarence Tillenius; The Trauma of Claiming Bankrupcy)

APRIL 19 (Cover; Maj. Tom Griffis and the Armed Forces Snowbirds; Cover Story - Riding a Mile High Roller Coaster; John Harvard after Winnipeg's CBC Tv's 24 Hours News; Many Specialized Stores now Offer Exotic Foods and Spices; Radio Station CKJS is Making itself Heard; Presenting the Jets - #3 Defenceman Rodd Cory; Sally and George Cotter - Capturing Wildlife on Film; Prohibition in Early Winnipeg)

APRIL 26 (Cover; Pro Golfer Dan Halldorson; Cover Story - On the Pro Tour; Bernie Christophe President of the Manitoba Food and Commercial Local 832; A Stagette ? So Why Not ?; Allen Dyne was Part of the Wilkins Expedition Charting the Polar Route; Presenting the Jets - #26 Defenceman Al Cameron; Behind the Children's Hospital Book Sale; Garth Allen and his Ill Fated All Pro Hockey Game)

MAY 3 (Cover; Actor Thomas Peacocke as Father Athol Murray; Cover Story - Homage to a Tough Priest; Ted Stone went on a Tour of the States on Greyhound Buses; Percy Moggey on the Lam; Hunky Bill - Success through Irritation; The Old Folks at Home in the Arcadia Nursing Home)

MAY 10 (Cover; Winnipeg's Main Street Strip; Cover Story - The Do Good Game; The Dugald Costume Review; Foreign Phrasebook Phollies; Hudson Bay Lowlands around the Churchill Area; Portage la Prairie Terriers Hockey Radio play-by-play Announcer is Bev Lockhart; The Manitoba Yacht Club is Patrician in name Only)

MAY 17 (Cover; Woman Holding Scales with a Pile of Cash on one side and The Criminal on the Other; Cover Story - The Price of Justice; Sudden Stardom for Hockey's Dave Christian; Joy of Sound Polar Balloon Expedition; Nicola Schaefer on caring for her Deeply Mentally and Physically Retarded daughter Catherine at Home; Mitch Podolak the man behind the Winnipeg Folk Festival)

MAY 24 (Cover; Fighting Off Urban Rot; Cover Story - Winnipeg's North Point Douglas; Annual Mosaic Massey Conference in Brandon; David Collins vs. Tom Creighton - Who really found Flin Flon ?; Playing in the Dirt the sport of Motocross; The Sport of Orienteering; The Fascists in Manitobaof the 1930's)

MAY 31 (Cover; Manitoba NDP Leader Howard Pawley; Cover Story - Does he Have what it Takes ?; Bill and Sue-on Hillmana Coupleof Country Slickers; The $80,000 Home in - Vancouver - Calgary - Regina - Winnipeg - Toronto - Montreal; Lord Selkirk ll going Full Steam Ahead; Coming to Terms with Grief)

JUNE 7 (Cover; Dr.Jack Bowman holding a New Born Baby; Cover Story - Fighting for the Unborn; Cruise Night in Brandon; The Reil House; Garry Robertson Music Services ; The Media in Souris - That means Garth Stouffer)

JUNE 14 (Cover; Gladys Balsillie; Cover Story - Ruler of the Striptease Empire; Manitoba Ghost Towns in the Making; How much Longer before the Lid Blows Off in Morocco ?; The Trail of the North West Mounted; Dempster Highway the Road to the Arctic)

JUNE 21 (Cover; Eric Bergen; Cover Story - Going Blind Due to DiabetesHealth to the Religious Faithful; The Artist A.Phillip Shurg as Historian; Fire Training to Race with Death; Mentally Handicapped Fight to Get More than 19-cents a Hour for Their Labor; Eaton's Horse Hoofbeats fade into History)

JULY 5 (Cover; Two Young Baseball Players; Cover Story - "Our Winning Season" by Patrick Doyle coach of the Bronx Park Bruins; The George Island Lighthouse of Lake Winnipeg; Hotdog Tradition ot Skinners in Lockport; Starting a Small Business on a Shoestring Budget; Will Rogers Last Flight)

JULY 12 (Cover - Jazz Musician James King; Cover Story - Just a Big Overgrown Kid; Walking Down Main Street in Winnipeg; Winnipeg Chimney Swaap Alan Drobot; Gordon and Dorothy Gregory of Lake Francis in their Converted Railway Station Home; Racing for the Love of it at Winnipeg Speedway; Someone is Figuring the Odds on Whether you'll Kill Yourself)

JULY 19 (Cover; Gerry Gay Parachuting; Cover Story - Skydiving over Winnipeg; A State of Readiness in Northern Manitoba to sit out the Next War; Billions of Tax Dollars end up in Industry's Pocket; The Artists as a Success - Tony Tascona; With Help Giftede Kids can be Bright without Fear)

JULY 26 (Cover; Assiniboia Downs; Cover Story - Making of a Winner from Handicapper to Jockey; Facing CJOB Radio's Peter Warren; A Photo Essay - Sammy Aboud in Orpheum Pool Hall; Students Earning Summer Money at Various Jobs)

AUGUST 2 (Cover; Elaine Watt Riding a Horse; Cover Story - Riding the Rodeo Circuit; Fort Rouge Liberal MLA June Westbury; Veitnam Refugee Tsui-A-Sane Adjusting to Life in Canada; "My Father's Clocks" by Nan ShipleyThe Alone Cold World of the Widow; The North Where Men are Men and that Sort of Thing)

AUGUST 9 (Cover; Young Boy Performing at Folklorama; Cover Story - Folklorama No Easy Feat; Perimeter Aviation Built from the Ground Up; Allergies that Sting can Kill; The Winnipeg Humane Society)

AUGUST 23 (Cover "The Electronics Revolution"; Cover Story - Every Day Brings Another Advance - Where Will this Road Take Us ? - New Tide of Technology - Canadian Built Telidon Computer - MTS Project IDA - Could a Robot do Your Job ?)




*** We gladly ship anywhere WORLDWIDE; 

*** We will GLADLY Combine Items into one Shipment, to save on shipping, whenever Possible = ASK

COMBINED Item Shipping is Often LOWER than the On-Line ebay generated Prices = We will ADJUST if Needed, or simply ASK.

>> We are currently featuring a Huge Overstock COMICS BLOWOUT SALE !!!  We have Over ONE MILLION COMICS IN STOCK and we plan to Cut that Quantity in HALF within the Next Decade;   (1000's of Sets to Be Listed); Please Check out our Other eBay Lots & Our own Website for New Items, constantly being added; We will Gladly COMBINE shipments upon Request (We automatically offer the Best Combined Shipping Rate Possible); 


>> VERY IMPORTANT(Please be SURE to Read This paragraph):  SHIPPING to USA & Overseas; 

We are Located in Canada, but we make an costly Special Day Trip to Drive across the American Border & thru Customs and We ship once every 7-11 Days at a Minimum, but Usually EVERY FRIDAY  (we need to have enough parcels to be worth the Trip) from our Associated (Ferd Bernjak) Pembina, ND USA Post Office PO BOX, in order to offer MUCH LOWER shipping Costs and/or FASTER Delivery. We Clear the items thru American Customs at an average cost to us of $2,00 to $3.00 per parcel for the GAS and DRIVER and TIME needed to make the 4-6 Hours Round Trip. We then ship from PEMBINA, ND, USA

*** If the Postage is Enough, we often ship Immediately from Canada to USA, without waiting to ship from Pembina, ND USA;

>>> CANADA Buyer Orders we ship via Canada Post EXPEDITED MAIL with Insurance and TRACKING Number (Smaller Orders ship via AIR Lettermail)


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*** If Multiple Purchases, we will combine them & give the Best Postage Rate Possible;  If you OVERPAY Shipping, we will refund the Difference;


**** eBay no Longer allows us to state our Email address in this Description, but you can find it & Contact us DIRECT as Below.

You can very easily find our Website and Email addresses searching GOOGLE for "Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD"

*** You can find our Website and Email addresses in Overstreet Annual Comic Book Price Guide; (#45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180) (#44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174) (#43 = AD on page 194); (#42 = AD on page 188 & 250);

*** You can TEXT us  at 1-204-392-6686;

*** You can PHONE us at = 1-204-346-3674;

PAYPAL Payments are to be made to our EMAIL address, as in our Overstreet Ad or on our Website.;



**** COMIC WORLD Advantages;

(1) ORDER Multiple Items ALL from ONE seller;

(2) SAVE on per unit POSTAGE;  We will GLADLY Combine Purchaes & Auctions;

(3) SAVE TIME locating the items; 

(4) GET them from a RELIABLE source;

(5)  STRICT GRADING, by a DOUGLAS W. SULIPA, a Veteran Comics Dealer & top Overstreet Senior Advisor (Since Guide #2 in 1972); 

(6) Fast Shipping & Excellent Packaging;

(7) 45 Years of Mail Order Comics Experience;

(8) Endless References;

(9) GIGANTIC Selection (One of the Biggest on Planet Earth);

(10) Reasonable Market Value Pricing;

(11) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;



I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 43 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972; See Overstreet #32-42 on pages 9 & 10 to confirm}; >> Read my Annual MARKET REPORTS; (#45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180) (#44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174)  (in the Overstreet 2013-2014 Edition Annual #43,  my Market Report on pages 138-142, and see our AD on page 194; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1123);(in the Overstreet 2012-2013 Edition Annual #42,  my Market Report on pages 132 thru 140, and see our AD on page 188 & 250; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1155); (in the Overstreet 2011 Annual #41,  my Market Report on pages 128 thru 138, and see our AD on page 184 & 236; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1107);   And MY REPORTS in; Overstreet 2010 Annual #40,  pages 112 thru 125, and see our AD on page 174; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1106; Overstreet 2009 Annual #39,  pages 121 thru 134, and see our AD on page 182; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1106);   (Overstreet 2008 Annual #38, pages 116-128)  (Overstreet 2007 Annual #37, pages 107-118) (Overstreet 2006 Annual #36, pages 108-125)  (Overstreet 2005 Annual #35, pages 94-109) (Overstreet 2004 Annual #34, pages 89-100) (Overstreet 2003 Annual #33, pages 86-95)(Overstreet 2002 Annual #32,  pages 72-81)(Overstreet 2001 Annual #31 on pages 64-75);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.


NOTE; Please have payment in our Hands within 10 days after Auction ends;         

(A)  PLEASE Respond to our initial Winning Bid / Buy-It-Now Notification, within 4 days, to let us know your Planned method of Payment; 

(B) Those who do not respond with Method of Payment, we will RE-SEND the Paypal Invoice as a REMINDER;

(C) Those who do not Send Payment, we will file a eBay Non-Paying Bidder Claim, so that we can get back the 10%++ in eBay Fees we will LOSE if you do Not Pay;

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About Comic World;  (Mail Order since 1971); We have IN STOCK;

1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010

250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's & Some Newer;

60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's & Some Newer;

250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types (1930's to 2000+)

100,000 Vinyl 33-1/3-RPM LP Vinyl Records // and //  40,000 45-RPM Single 7" Vinyl Records = 1950's to early 1990's;

8,000 Music Cassette Tapes = 1980-1996 Era

20,000 VHS Movies = Late 1970's thru 2000+

20,000 POSTERS; Movie (1950's thru 1990's), Video store (1980's & 1990's) & chain store types (1970's thru early 1990's)

VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc = Late 1970's thru 2000+

Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE!

>> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website;    >>> SEND YOUR WANT LISTS! [Please limit to SERIOUS WANTS & limit the number of items, to 50 or less most wanted items! Filling want lists takes time! We reply ASAP! Thank You]! **** ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

 >>> MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 25,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 250,000 completed  Mail Orders

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