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Image for The Saturday Evening Post, July 8, 1961 *NO-HIT PITCHERS/WILL THE WEST TAKE OVER?*

The Saturday Evening Post, July 8, 1961 *NO-HIT PITCHERS/WILL THE WEST TAKE OVER?*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4671

Condition: Fair


Features: Rev. Dan McLellan has helped rescue 1,000,000 Peruvian Indians from poverty; After 3 centuries, leadership of America may be shifting from the weary East to the dynamic land beyond the Mississippi; We learned to live with tragic illness - a father tells what happened after his son and daughter-in-law, the parents of two youngsters, were stricken by crippling polio; Our new super-road - the controversial 41,000 mile interstate highway system and how it will change our lives; The Mystery of Charles de Gaulle; The Fleeting Fame of No-Hit Pitchers; The Great Wilderness Fight - Conservat... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, July 15, 1961 *INEQUITIES OF THE INCOME TAX/HOW A TV JACK POT ALMOST RUINED THE WINNERS*

The Saturday Evening Post, July 15, 1961 *INEQUITIES OF THE INCOME TAX/HOW A TV JACK POT ALMOST RUINED THE WINNERS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4672

Condition: Fair


Features: Ronnie and Joan Eskew of Minneapolis were almost ruined when they won a jack pot on the TV show End of the Rainbow and he was given a renovated caramel corn store; Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Welfare - by Joseph Wood Krutch; The World's Liveliest Art Show - the Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach, California; What's Wrong with our Income Tax Laws? - are a fortunate few given special treatment?; Hepatitis - a report on the new hope for immunization; The Broadway Gang Eats Here - Lindy's Restaurant. Somewhat above-average external wear. A sound copy. View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, August 12, 1961 *CHICAGO'S TOP COP/BING CROSBY ON PETE MARTIN*

The Saturday Evening Post, August 12, 1961 *CHICAGO'S TOP COP/BING CROSBY ON PETE MARTIN*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4673

Condition: Fair


Features: He makes cops come clean - Orlando W. Wilson, Chicago's new Chief of Police; France's enchanted corner - Brittany; Ballplayers vs. the Fans - challenges for Mickey Mantle; The PX - World's Biggest Discount House; I Call on Pete Martin, by Bing Crosby (Conclusion); Adventures of the Mind - The Time of Our Lives, by Norman John (N.J.) Berrill. Somewhat above-average external wear. A sound copy. Two inch by two inch clipping from top of page 20. View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, August 19, 1961 *NEW DISCOVERIES ABOUT SUICIDE*

The Saturday Evening Post, August 19, 1961 *NEW DISCOVERIES ABOUT SUICIDE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4674

Condition: Fair


Features: Big Push in Soviet Propaganda - a report by Eugene Burdick and William J. Lederer, authors of The Ugly American; Suicide - why do people kill themselves? do they really want to die? - a new study turns up some surprising answers; "My Island" - Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas loves an isolated wilderness of lakes and woods on our northern border; The Clubwoman's Best Friend; The Flattering Camera - inside the Bachrach photographic-portrait studios; What Europe Thinks of us Now; The Base that Never Was - the huge Bong Air Force Base in Wisconsin. Somewhat above-averag... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, August 26, 1961 *WHY PRISONS FAIL*

The Saturday Evening Post, August 26, 1961 *WHY PRISONS FAIL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4675

Condition: Fair


Features: I say prisons are a failure, by Hal Hollister; England, Ever England - the English village survives the storms of social revolution; Hot-Tempered Baltimore Oriole - Jim Gentile ; Glamour Treatment for the Mentally Ill - helping women in mental hospital; He's Got Artistic Drive; The Untold Stories of the Civil War - An Infidel's Sword - Johnnie Ring's high sense of duty converted the captain; Adventures of the Mind - The Revolution in Western Thought, by Huston Smith; The Face of America - Nose Job on Lincoln at Mount Rushmore. First page of advertising missing. Pages 65/66 missing... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, May 13, 1961 *NOW THAT I AM A PRIVATE CITIZEN - IKE*

The Saturday Evening Post, May 13, 1961 *NOW THAT I AM A PRIVATE CITIZEN - IKE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4676

Condition: Fair


Features: Now that I am a Private Citizen - Dwight D. Eisenhower; Major-League Intellectual - Cincinnati Red, Jim Brosnan; Working Their Way out of Trouble - In Park Forest, Illinois, teen-age lawbreakers are sentenced to old-fashioned work, and they rarely come back for more; Oddballs of the Animal Kingdom in Australia and New Zealand; Adventures of the Mind - Why Philosophy, by Susanne K. Langer; Are Southern Ministers Failing the South? - Many are compromising their beliefs by playing it safe on the integration issue. Uncommon 2-page colour ad for Tidewater/Flying A service stations. Abov... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, May 20, 1961 *ABORTION - A WIDESPREAD SOCIAL EVIL / A VISIT WITH WILLIE MAYS*

The Saturday Evening Post, May 20, 1961 *ABORTION - A WIDESPREAD SOCIAL EVIL / A VISIT WITH WILLIE MAYS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4677

Condition: Fair


Features: Abortion (part 1 of 3) - the full story of one of our most shocking social evils; The Tornado Hunters - pilots of the new storm-warning center in Kansas City spot oncoming twisters; The Report the President Wanted Published - the free people of Binh Hung Village in Vietnam; A Visit with Willie Mays - he talks about his stormy marriage and the reasons behind his team's 5th-place finish in 1960; The Untold Stories of the Civil War, V - How we marched through Georgia - a Union soldier's unvarnished account of the march through the Confederacy to Atlanta and the sea; Secretary of Things ... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, May 27, 1961 *ALLEN FUNT OF CANDID-CAMERA / CRIMINAL ABORTIONISTS*

The Saturday Evening Post, May 27, 1961 *ALLEN FUNT OF CANDID-CAMERA / CRIMINAL ABORTIONISTS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4678

Condition: Good


Features: The embarrassment of Louisiana - this state was glowing with prosperity until the integration conflicts broke out in all their ugliness; Abortion (part 2 of 3) - a reporter's portrait of the abortionists - who they are, and how they practice their trade; The face of America - River of Ice - photo of the Mendenhall Glacier; Pitfalls of buying a boat - Richard Bertram's Miami 'supermarket' sold $5,000,000 worth of sail and power vessels last year despite the disdain of competitors who think he's too high-pressured; A Call on the 'Candid-Camera' Man, Allen Funt; Can Ivan read better tha... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, March 25, 1961 *JACKIE COOPER'S OWN STORY / THE REAL AFRICA / CASSIUS CLAY*

The Saturday Evening Post, March 25, 1961 *JACKIE COOPER'S OWN STORY / THE REAL AFRICA / CASSIUS CLAY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4679

Condition: Fair


Features: They save infant eyes - the war against retinoblastoma at New York's Institute of Ophthalmology; We scaled Doomsday Mountain - the story of 10 men who conquered Masherbrum, a sinister 25,660 foot Himalayan giant which defied climbers for years; Unfortunately I was Rich - Jackie Cooper tells his own story; Of Men I Have Known, Part II - the Russians - Dean Acheson reveals some of his icy experiences with Russia's top-level diplomats early in the cold war; What Africa is really like - the new African nations are moving rapidly out of the Stone Age and bringing with them a seething h... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, May 6, 1961 *BOBBY DARIN*

The Saturday Evening Post, May 6, 1961 *BOBBY DARIN*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4680

Condition: Fair


Features: Presidents in Retirement; The Changing Far East - vivid contrasts between the traditional past and the tumultuous present mark the rapid emergence of the Orient into the modern world; Little Singer with a Big Ego - Bobby Darin is the 25-year-old enfant terrible of show business; Can the Commuter Survive? - some measures that may reduce the hardships of America's inadequate railroads and overburdened highways; Milwaukee's Sausage Artists - for 80 years the Usinger family has created Wursts to please the fussiest Feinschmeckers this side of the Rhine; Nation of Gamblers - amid a choru... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, March 11, 1961 *SATCHEL PAIGE TELLS HIS OWN STORY*

The Saturday Evening Post, March 11, 1961 *SATCHEL PAIGE TELLS HIS OWN STORY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4681

Condition: Fair


Features: Surprising island of the Northern Sea - Iceland; The Flowers Known as Birds - the Bird of Paradise from South Africa; What Maestros Look like to me - Sol Nemkov tells his adventures in the concert world while playing for such temperamental geniuses as Toscanini and Stokowski; You can't live in New York - untold miseries plague those who set up housekeeping in Manhattan, says long-time resident Horace Sutton; My Next 60 Movies - James Stewart (conclusion); Maybe I'll Pitch Forever - Satchel Paige, the American League's first Negro pitcher; The Coyote - World's Champion People Taunter... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, March 18, 1961 *DEAN ACHESON'S INTIMATE RECOLLECTIONS OF WINSTON CHURCHILL*

The Saturday Evening Post, March 18, 1961 *DEAN ACHESON'S INTIMATE RECOLLECTIONS OF WINSTON CHURCHILL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4682

Condition: Fair


Features: Of Men I Have Known - Part I - Winston Churchill, by Dean Acheson; Adventures of the Mind - The Five-Billion-Year Clock - measurements of radioactive 'clocks' in the earth's elements are providing geologists with new knowledge about the history of man and his planet, by Patrick M. Hurley; ; Minnesota Grows Older - this prosperous, rugged northland may be facing a lean future; What Freedom has done to India - John Masters describes the sweeping social changes that have taken place since it gained independence; The Girls in Candy Stripes - making life more livable for hospital patient... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, December 17, 1960 *WHO FIRED THE FIRST SHOT? - UNTOLD STORY OF THE CIVIL WAR*

The Saturday Evening Post, December 17, 1960 *WHO FIRED THE FIRST SHOT? - UNTOLD STORY OF THE CIVIL WAR*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4683

Condition: Fair


Features: Chesapeake Bay's Delightful Eastern Shore; The Long Journey of Matthew Page - a distinguished Southern newspaperman tells of the staggering obstacles this young Negro overcame in his quest to become a doctor; The Untold Stories of the Civil War, I - Who Fired the First Shot?; Hockey's Masked Marvel - Jacques Plante, the goalie who introduced the protective face mask; My Mother Laurette - Dwight Taylor recalls his backstage childhood as the son of a famous actress who fell from stardom to the depths of alcoholism - and made an amazing comeback at the age of sixty; Jetport shutdown in ... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, December 24 - December 31, 1960 *IS EUROPEAN EDUCATION BETTER THAN OURS?*

The Saturday Evening Post, December 24 - December 31, 1960 *IS EUROPEAN EDUCATION BETTER THAN OURS?*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4684

Condition: Fair


Features: The Franciscans - they possess an inner peace that modern people seek, but rarely find; Pursuit of a Painkiller - the development of Phenazocine, a synthetic narcotic to replace the useful but addictive drug morphine; Adventures of the Mind - Life's Mysterious Clocks, by Frank A. Brown Jr.; A Christmas Letter; How to Speak French without saying a word - humor by Stewart Alsop; Winter's wildest sport - iceboating; Is European Education better than ours? - a five-nation survey of 4142 school children provides an astonishing report - long and detailed article with many photos. Great co... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, November 19, 1960 *A VISIT WITH ROBERT FROST / PERRY COMO*

The Saturday Evening Post, November 19, 1960 *A VISIT WITH ROBERT FROST / PERRY COMO*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4685

Condition: Fair


Features: Twilight of the great beasts - Africa's wildlife is disappearing - photo of dead rhino and smashed car after collision (large clipping from the first page of this article); A visit with Robert Frost - at 86, the great poet of New England is as perceptive as ever; I call on Perry Como (part 2 of 3) - Perry's candid view of the new generation of singers - and of the songs they sing; First Lady of the Funnies - Dale Messick is the 'mamma' of Brenda Starr; Dreamers on the Payroll - physicist William Thaler and his staff are used by the Navy to 'dream freely' to produce that one idea in ... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, November 26, 1960  *INSIDE STORY OF THE MAYO CLINIC*

The Saturday Evening Post, November 26, 1960 *INSIDE STORY OF THE MAYO CLINIC*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4686

Condition: Fair


Features: The Marvelous Mayos - the absorbing story of the Mayo Clinic (part 1 of 3); Adventures of the Mind - How Life Began, by Earl A. Evans Jr.; page 27-28 missing (they appeared to contain an illustration and half a photo of turkeys); We Call the Penalties - a veteran football official (Jim Henry) reveals how he and his colleagues make sure the game is played on the up-and-up; Africa's Peaceable Oasis - why tiny Liberia thrives while the rest of the continent smolders in discontent; I Call on Perry Como (conclusion) - Perry tells how his fabulously successful TV show is put together; The... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, December 8, 1962 *THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE CUBAN CRISIS*

The Saturday Evening Post, December 8, 1962 *THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE CUBAN CRISIS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4687

Condition: Good


Features: Uncle Sam's Rejects - obese and illiterate, more youths fail the draft today than ever before; In Time of Crisis - two top reporters combine forces to reveal the drama and struggle out of which emerged a turning point in the Cold War; Citizen (Orson) Welles Rides Again - he tries for a comeback with a movie (The Trial) based on a nightmarish novel; Paridise in Peril - exotic Thailand stands in the path of Red advance - can U.S. support help it survive?; Battler Against Bigotry - Gordon Hall targets U.S. Nazis - photos of John Birch head Robert Welch and American Nazi Party Fuhrer Geo... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, December 15, 1962 *THE REAL SCANDAL OF DIVORCE*

The Saturday Evening Post, December 15, 1962 *THE REAL SCANDAL OF DIVORCE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4688

Condition: Fair


Features: The Real Scandal of Divorce - unjust and archaic laws, varying from state to state, force copules to commit fraud and perjury - by Vivian F. Gentleman; An Army of Gentle Warriors - the Salvation Army spreads its good works worldwide; Silent Night - the story of a marvelous misfortune which inspired two young Austrians to write the immortal hymm of joy; My Morning in America - Dean Acheson recalls what he learned from a boyhood that ended too quickly; Alfred Hitchcock Resents - 'the television set now is like a toaster, you press a button and the same thing always pops up; Big Labor's... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, December 22 - December 29, 1962 *IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE AMERICAN WOMAN / JOHNNY CARSON*

The Saturday Evening Post, December 22 - December 29, 1962 *IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE AMERICAN WOMAN / JOHNNY CARSON*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4689

Condition: Fair


Features: How America Invented Manners - Russell Lynes; The American Woman - a revealing report on how American women really see themselves - a fascinating and extensive article with many great photos; Nice color centerfold of Ford Station Wagons and the Falcon Club Wagon; The Soft-Sell, Soft-Shell World of Johnny Carson - 'Tonight's' low-pressure ringmaster rates as a comic with lots of wry and little ham; The Beast in the Living Room - A canine-corps cop brings a vicous dog home to his wife and 8 kids *PLEASE NOTE THE BEAST ARTICLE IS MISSING PAGES 63-64*; Inside the Siberian Science City - ... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, November 3, 1962 *ADOLPH EICHMANN AND HIS TRIAL*

The Saturday Evening Post, November 3, 1962 *ADOLPH EICHMANN AND HIS TRIAL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4690

Condition: Good


Features: Gutter Politics, by Bruce L. Felknor - in every election year unscrupulous smear experts ply their shoddy trade; Eichmann and His Trial (Part 1 of 3), by Gideon Hausner - the full story, his prosecutor, the Attorney-General of Israel; Change of Pace on the Night-Club Scene - New York's grab bag of entertainment holds a varied fare for the enterprising visitor; His Car is Named Desire - with the racy Avanti, Studebaker's Sherwood Egbert hungers for big sales; 'Genius' at Green Bay - Jim Tayolr delivers running power for the Packers; From Greece - Food Fit for the Gods; Tale of Two Cit... View more info