Liberty, September 1962

By: Dalrymple, John (editor)

Price: $12.50

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A Canadian publication, this issue featuring articles on actors Lorne Green and Troy Donohue (the former giving up Shakespeare for six-guns in the hit television series Bonanza, the latter mightily concerned that his good looks will ruin his career), low-class and ill-qualified teachers in Canadian classrooms, a Manitoba theatre company, the popularity of bowling in the Great White North, how Eva Szulner ate her way thin, and much else, including a mystery short story by Alan Hynd. Ted Shane contributes a crossword puzzle (unfilled), and Marilyn Dunlop offers a piece on the right fashion for schoolchildren. Front and back covers feature Canadian singer Juliette Augustina Sysak Cavazzi (or, as she was better known, just Juliette) and a Coca-Cola advertisement, respectively, with a variety of cool advertisements for smokes, cars, beer and other items throughout. 48 pages, illustrated. Address sticker to bottom right corner of front cover, 3/4" diagonal tear to top right corner of front cover, light handling wear.

Title: Liberty, September 1962

Author Name: Dalrymple, John (editor)

Categories: Periodicals (magazines, digests, pulps),

Publisher: Toronto, Fengate Publishing Ltd.: 1962

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Good to Very Good

Size: Quarto -- from 9.75" to 12" tall

Seller ID: 015904

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