Maclean's Magazine, 17 September, 1966 *COLOUR TELEVISION*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

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Features: Etobicoke almost banned bird houses!; The Tattoo that murder made famous; Age of the pari-mutuel supermarket; Growing restlessness with Rhodesia; Editorial - draft-dodgers are refugees, not criminals; Sensational 3-page colour photo Electrohome ad featuring their ultra-futuristic Circa '75 new home entertainment concept; "Governor General and Madame Vanier have made once-indifferent Canadians learn to care about an 'obsolete' institution - which somehow works - article and photos; The Intelligent addict's guide to color TV; Lady Auto Racers - article with colour photos - Inga Cordts, Diana Carter, Stephanie Ruys de Perez; "Let's Quit Worshipping the Kid with a B.A.", by Robert Thomas Allen; Two stories about the meaning of Death by Ian Adams and Malcolm Muggeridge; Night Street Boys/Shoe Shine Boys of Toronto - article with great photos; Dr. Robert McClure - God's Front-line Surgeon - article with photo; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; The artist, viewed as a young entrepreneur - Barry Burdeny sells paintings to corporations; "Unification will turn our army, navy and air force into a contingent of unemployed cops in green suits" - Admiral William Landymore, RCN (RTD.); and more. Average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 17 September, 1966 *COLOUR TELEVISION*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1966

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 144c5685

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