Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

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Condition: Good


Features: Admiral Landymore mistimed his attack; Charlais - a vintage kine for our tables; The Great Beer Scare - the inside story which caused Dow to tump $600,000 of beer after 50 people were suddenly stricken with a strange illness - article with photos; Suddenly Canadian kids turn to "The Look" in their desire to appear foppish - article with great colour photos plus a black and white photo of the highest-paid model in the world, Jean Shrimpton, as seen by photographer David Bailey; Are they going to throw this town away? - Happy Valley in Labrador may be lost if the local U.S. Air Force Base leaves; A nondescript little man named Richard J. Needham is the expert nonpareil; Pope John XXIII started the thaw - and the Roman Catholic Church hasn't been the same since, by June Callwood; Is John McMaster the happiest man in the world? - he's a "clear", one of the saints of a new cult called Scientology; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; The Polish Don Quixote who came charging into Canada - Nils Szoltevcky von Schoultz; Barbara Amiel argues for the return of Debtor' Prisons; and more. Average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET*

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: 144c5682

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 20 August, 1966 *THE LOOK, AND HOW IT'S HITTING MAIN STREET* Admiral Landymore mistimed his attack; Charlais - a vintage kine for our tables; The Great Beer Scare - the inside story which caused Dow to tump $600, 000 of beer after 50 people were suddenly stricken with a strange illness - article with photos; Suddenly Canadian kids turn to "The Look" in their desire to appear foppish - article with great colour photos plus a black and white photo of the highest-paid model in the world, Jean Shrimpton, as seen by photographer David Bailey; Are they going to throw this town away? - Happy Valley in Labrador may be lost if the local U.S. Air Force Base leaves; A nondescript little man named Richard J. Needham is the expert nonpareil; Pope John XXIII started the thaw - and the Roman Catholic Church hasn't been the same since, by June Callwood; Is John McMaster the happiest man in the world? - he's a "clear", one of the saints of a new cult called Scientology; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; The Polish Don Quixote who came charging into Canada - Nils Szoltevcky von Schoultz; Barbara Amiel argues for the return of Debtor' Prisons,