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Bugle American No. 261 (Oct. 15, 1976)


Bugle American No. 261 (Oct. 15, 1976)
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    BUGLE AMERICAN No. 261 (Vol. 7 No. 32) October 15, 1976.


    The two-color ballot box cover by Jim Booras parodies popular mainstream and underground comic characters L to R: Lucy (from Charles Shulz's "Peanuts"), Dagwood Bumstead (from Chic Young's "Blondie), Phineas (from Gilbert Shelton's Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers), Booras' own Citizen Dick (Nixon), Dan Clyne's Hungry Chuck Biscuits, Reg Smythe's Andy Capp, Bonnie (from Shary Flenniken's "Trots & Bonnie") and Vaughn Bode's Cheech Wizard.

    Comics section: Cover; "Rip Off Comix" page by Gilbert Shelton; "More of Citizen Dick" page by Jim Booras.

    Other #261 Contents: "Loitering on Milwakee's Cathedral Square: Tradition Meets 'Progress'" by Judy Jacobi (illustration by Denis Kitchen, photos by Philip Walker); "All the Dope that Fits" column (Joints Reign on the Capitol at Madison Smoke-In/Pot enalties Differ Depending on Judge/Prison Activist Linda Hoelzer Faces Legal System); "the Lowdown on Milwaukee Assembly Races" by Marty Racine and Peter Spielmann; "Good Vibrations Unlimited: Tom Treul" by Jay Livingston; "John Hartford: One Man Band" by Marty Racine; Mike Jacobi's "Toads in the Outhouse" column; "Cowpie" and "No Moss" music columns; column logos and ad illustrations by Kitchen and Booras. 

    Format: 40 pages, 8 3/8 x 10.5 inch magazine format. Original cover price: 35 cents.

    Condition: VF/Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for nearly four decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint. 


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    Bugle American No. 261 (Oct. 15, 1976)

    BUGLE AMERICAN No. 261 (Vol. 7 No. 32) October 15, 1976.


    The two-color ballot box cover by Jim Booras parodies popular mainstream and underground comic characters L to R: Lucy (from Charles Shulz's "Peanuts"), Dagwood Bumstead (from Chic Young's "Blondie), Phineas (from Gilbert Shelton's Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers), Booras' own Citizen Dick (Nixon), Dan Clyne's Hungry Chuck Biscuits, Reg Smythe's Andy Capp, Bonnie (from Shary Flenniken's "Trots & Bonnie") and Vaughn Bode's Cheech Wizard.

    Comics section: Cover; "Rip Off Comix" page by Gilbert Shelton; "More of Citizen Dick" page by Jim Booras.

    Other #261 Contents: "Loitering on Milwakee's Cathedral Square: Tradition Meets 'Progress'" by Judy Jacobi (illustration by Denis Kitchen, photos by Philip Walker); "All the Dope that Fits" column (Joints Reign on the Capitol at Madison Smoke-In/Pot enalties Differ Depending on Judge/Prison Activist Linda Hoelzer Faces Legal System); "the Lowdown on Milwaukee Assembly Races" by Marty Racine and Peter Spielmann; "Good Vibrations Unlimited: Tom Treul" by Jay Livingston; "John Hartford: One Man Band" by Marty Racine; Mike Jacobi's "Toads in the Outhouse" column; "Cowpie" and "No Moss" music columns; column logos and ad illustrations by Kitchen and Booras. 

    Format: 40 pages, 8 3/8 x 10.5 inch magazine format. Original cover price: 35 cents.

    Condition: VF/Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for nearly four decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint. 

    $7.50