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Image for The Saturday Evening Post, May 5, 1962 *THE NEUTRON BOMB / BACKSTAGE WITH ANDY WILLIAMS*

The Saturday Evening Post, May 5, 1962 *THE NEUTRON BOMB / BACKSTAGE WITH ANDY WILLIAMS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4691

Condition: Fair


Features: Why I am Running for Congress - James A. Michener; What next for France? - de Gaulle, at 71, is a fragile bulwark between right-wing terrorists and a heavily Communist electorate is ; We live in Death Valley - Jean Bullard, wife of a park naturalist, tells what it is like to rear a family in the desert; The Spell of the Distant Drum - by Margaret Lawrence; People on the Way Up - Beverly Willis, David Vetter, Marie Bishop, John (Boog) Powell of the Baltimore Orioles; America's miraculous harvest - Orville L. Freeman tells of the advances which allow our farmers to produce more than w... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, June 2, 1962 *COLLEGE EDUCATION - A WASTE FOR YOUR CHILD? / ONE MAN'S HEROIC CRUSADE IN LAOS / EXCELLENT RED SKELTON ARTICLE*

The Saturday Evening Post, June 2, 1962 *COLLEGE EDUCATION - A WASTE FOR YOUR CHILD? / ONE MAN'S HEROIC CRUSADE IN LAOS / EXCELLENT RED SKELTON ARTICLE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4692

Condition: Good


Features: Will College by Wasted on Your Child? - by Walter M. Lifton; An American Hero - the exclusive story of how Edgaar Buell, an American farmer, has devoted his life to a one-man crusade for freedom and democracy in war-torn, Communist-infiltrated Laos; People on the Way Up - Helen Mann, Ralph Bonham (inventor of the Tote Gote), poet W.D. Snodgrass; Queen of the Anglers - Dorothea Dean has already reeled in five world records - shark, marlin, tuna, etc.; An Everyday Tragedy - each year 38,000 Americans die on our highways - a survivor, Norman Sobel, tells of the terrible aftermath of one... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, June 16, 1962 *MARLON BRANDO - MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY*

The Saturday Evening Post, June 16, 1962 *MARLON BRANDO - MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4693

Condition: Good


Features: Let's keep the filibuster, by Hodding Carter; The Kremlin's Persecution of Jews - a firsthand report on the newest campaign inside Russia to stamp out an age-old religion and way of life; The Mutiny of Marlon Brando - how the petulant superstar broke the budget in a marathon remake of Mutiny on the Bounty; Famous people who don't remember me - a veteran Government official's amusing encounters with Winston Churchill and other celebrated figures; People on the way up - Seena Hamilton, discus champ Dave Weill, Nancy Schoonover, bus magnate George Sage; On Trial - Jimmy Hoffa and Adam C... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, April 28, 1962 *HUGH HEFNER / THE REV. DR. HARGIS / MIGHTY DICK STUART OF PITTSBURGH*

The Saturday Evening Post, April 28, 1962 *HUGH HEFNER / THE REV. DR. HARGIS / MIGHTY DICK STUART OF PITTSBURGH*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4694

Condition: Good


Features: What happened to Common Sense? - Calvin D. Linton says not only do we live in the best-educated age in history, it may well also be the most gullible; Doomsday Merchant of the Far Right - Billy James Hargis leads a witch-hunt in pursuit of Communists; People on the Way Up - Comic Dick Shawn, Ross Pritchard, Charlene Curry, Janet Ades, Rochelle Hood; Czar of the Bunny Empire - Hugh Hefner, with color photos; The Bridge of Hope - Topeka's effort to help mental patients return to regular life; Me and my mixed up trees - Frank J. Taylor and 'the confessions of a compulsive grafter who te... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*

The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4695

Condition: Good


Features: Unfair Tax Laws - you are probably paying more than your share, says Ross M. Robertson; Albania - where Stalin still rules - can this tiny, backward Communist nation continue to oppose Khrushchev's power?; People on the Way Up - Giancarlo Baghetti, Jane Powell Rosenthal, Mark Wilson (TV's top magician); The Grass Craze - lawn lovers by the millions have taken the greensward to heart - here's how to work wonders with your private pasture; The New Frontier Women - wives of White House insiders battle to keep up with the sophisticated, hectic life in the Capital, by Flora Lewis; We Was... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, March 31, 1962 *PHYLLIS DILLER / KENNEDY'S GRAND STRATEGY*

The Saturday Evening Post, March 31, 1962 *PHYLLIS DILLER / KENNEDY'S GRAND STRATEGY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4696

Condition: Fair


Features: The case against fallout shelters, by Hanson W. Baldwin; Kennedy's Grand Strategy - how we can counter Russian aggression, yet avoid nuclear war; People on the way up - Barbara Dodd, Frederic Chapin, James Messler - the Star Farmer of America, Geraldine Pearson; Hell Creek Crossing - a story excerpted from the newest work of William Faulkner; Phyllis Diller - the unlikeliest star (funny!); Where are those dream cars? - a car that drives itself, uses no gas and runs without wheels is more than idle speculation (conclusion); Holidays at Sea - cruisemaster Mike Burke runs a profitable f... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962  *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE*

The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962 *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4697

Condition: Fair


Features: A Catalogue of Boors - a story about road rage (before the term was coined) by Corey Ford; pages 11-14 loose but present - they contain a wonderful two-page color ad for 'Jet-Smooth' Chevrolet; The Menningers of Kansas - the life and work of the men who have devoted themselves to the fight for better understanding and effective treatment of the mentally ill, part 1 of 4; People on the Way Up - Joan Lakow, John Cassavetes, LaBonnie Bianchi, Willard Scott (Scotty) Thompson; Hollywood Throwback - Natalie Wood is a screen queen in the old flamboyant tradition; Casey Stengel - after a yea... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, April 14, 1962  *IRAN'S ROYAL FAMILY*

The Saturday Evening Post, April 14, 1962 *IRAN'S ROYAL FAMILY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4698

Condition: Good


Features: Iran's Good King - a report from the imperial realm of 'our staunchest ally in the Middle East'; People on the Way Up - Val Forgett, Norma Gibbs, Charles Swibel, Catherine Anouilh; The Menningers of Kansas - Part 2 - the hopeless patient is a myth; nice color ad for Seattle's World's Fair 1962; Reading - a way upward - school officials in St. Louis are showing that good books provide a way out of poverty; Posh Palace of Fashion - New York's Bergdorf Goodman; Nice Cadillac ad on page 65; An Answer to Teller - a reply to Edward Teller's S.E.P. articles in Febrary 1962; The Met's Seco... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, April 21, 1962  *IKE LOOKS AT THE GOP*

The Saturday Evening Post, April 21, 1962 *IKE LOOKS AT THE GOP*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4699

Condition: Good


Features: What has Texas got to Brag About? - by Stanley Walker; Lovely color ad for the Chrysler Imperial on page 14; Ike takes a look at the GOP; Ike's Mexican Holiday; People on the Way Up - Mona Thibault, William F. Haddad, Eleanor Hirai, Dr. Lee B. Lusted; Love Letter to the Queen - Lovely color photos; A Night with the S Squad - on patrol in San Francisco with the policemen who specialize in on-the-spot detection and prevention of crime; The Menningers of Kansas (part 3) - under Menninger guidance the Topeka Hospital became a place where patients came 'not to stay but to get well'; Flat... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, August 25 - September 1, 1962 *ROBERT MITCHUM - HIS UNVARNISHED STORY / FRANK ROBINSON COMES OF AGE*

The Saturday Evening Post, August 25 - September 1, 1962 *ROBERT MITCHUM - HIS UNVARNISHED STORY / FRANK ROBINSON COMES OF AGE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4700

Condition: Good


Features: Nice color Pepsi ad on page 3; Merrily we Probe Along - Ralph Schoenstein talks about the analysis fad and a nation of psychic Peeping Toms; The World Needs the Truth about America - RFK proposes a plan to sell U.S. Ideals on an open market; Water-Hole Wonderland - man-made Lake Texoma; Hawaii's Hustling Shepherd - Rev. Abraham Akaka of Hawaii infuses new vigor into the Christian ministry; Don't Tell Me About Diets - Jockey Eric Guerin reveals the dieting truths he has learned during a 15-year struggle to avoid eating himself out of business; The Many Moods of Robert Mitchum - an exc... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, November 17, 1962 *FLYING TIGER 923 - WE DITCHED AT SEA /  EICHMANN AND HIS TRIAL*

The Saturday Evening Post, November 17, 1962 *FLYING TIGER 923 - WE DITCHED AT SEA / EICHMANN AND HIS TRIAL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4701

Condition: Good


Features: Don't blame your parents - Dr. Vincent T. Lathbury; Conflict of Interest - Can Congress crack down on its own members?; Geraldine Page - Diamond who likes it Rough; Why I Quit the Ministry - a frank, disturbing story by an anomynous clergyman; The Hidden Weaknesses of Communism - the world's new nations see that Moscow won't provide progress and freedom; Breezy Designs for the Office - businessmen spend millions a year on lavish office decor - mostly to please the female help; Eichmann and his Trial (conclusion); Gridiron Phantom - Washington State's Hugh Campbell; "We Ditched at... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, June 30 - July 7, 1962 *BIRTH CONTROL PILLS / BEANBALL*

The Saturday Evening Post, June 30 - July 7, 1962 *BIRTH CONTROL PILLS / BEANBALL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4702

Condition: Good


Features: You Yanks are Hypocrites, by Prakash C. Jain; New Case-History facts on Birth Control Pills - nearly a million American women are now using oral contraceptives; My War with Sharks - a Navy frogman, armed only with a special gun and his own lungs, battles sharks at arm's-length range; Safeguarding our Atomic Secrets - Lewis Strauss points up the urgent need to maintain security in the nuclear age; People on the Way up - Delores (Dee) O'Hara, Theresa Howard Carter, Dick Ruedebusch; Landing on Easy Street - in 25 words or less - Deborah Schneider won $500/month for life for her blurb fo... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, July 14 - July 21, 1962 *DE GAULLE VS RAINIER / WARREN BEATTY / SANDY KOUFAX*

The Saturday Evening Post, July 14 - July 21, 1962 *DE GAULLE VS RAINIER / WARREN BEATTY / SANDY KOUFAX*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4703

Condition: Good


Features: Nice color Rambler car ad inside front cover; Who Says I'm Uncultured, by Frederick Breitenfeld Jr.; Confessions of a Block-Buster - Norris Vitchek is a Chicago real-estate agent who moves Negro families into all-white blocks - he reveals how he reaps enormous profits from racial prejudice; Riding the World's Wild Giants Waves - Great Color Photos; Brash and Rumpled Star - newcomer Warren Beatty demands superstar treatment from Hollywood; People on the Way Up - TV Emcee Nancy Clark, Grace Kelleher, Neal Williams of Go-Power Corporation; Tempest in a Riviera Teapot - a feud between De... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, September 15, 1962  *NELSON ROCKEFELLER / JOANNE WOODWARD*

The Saturday Evening Post, September 15, 1962 *NELSON ROCKEFELLER / JOANNE WOODWARD*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4704

Condition: Fair


Features: Last Chance for the Moon - Sen. Clinton P. Anderson argues only a nuclear-powered rocket can overtake Russia's lead in space; My Life with New York Juvenile Gangs (part 1 of 3) by Vincent Riccio - many photos; Star without an Image - outspoken, unpretentious Joanne Woodward manages to hide herself behind a hundred make-believe roles; Ghana - Neutral on the left - nice color photos; Taming the Colorado - Article with great photos of the Glen Canyon Dam under construction; Strong boy of the Minnesota Twins - Harmon Killebrew; Stylish Entertaining at Home; Living High on $6500 a Year -... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, September 22, 1962  *THE MOOD OF AMERICA / SHIRLEY BOOTH A.K.A. HAZEL / SONNY LISTON*

The Saturday Evening Post, September 22, 1962 *THE MOOD OF AMERICA / SHIRLEY BOOTH A.K.A. HAZEL / SONNY LISTON*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4705

Condition: Good


Features: Good-bye to Golf - Arthur W. Baum, a reformed addict, exposes the evils of an over-rated game; The Mood of America - Stewart Alsop surveys voter opinion from coast to coast; Haute Mode for Little Girls - nice color photos - top designers are creating elegant new wardrobes with fancy price tags for the grade-school set; Facing up to Automation, by John Diebold; Great color ad for the '63 Chevrolet trucks in rough Baja scenes; My Life with Juvenile Gangs (part 2 of 3) - Vincent Riccio; Churches Take up Show Business - using plays and musicales to relate religion to contemporary life; ... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, September 29, 1962  *ROSALIND RUSSELL*

The Saturday Evening Post, September 29, 1962 *ROSALIND RUSSELL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4706

Condition: Good


Features: We're Cheating our Children - Betsy Fancher argues that a parent-sponsored junior rat race has warped the meaning of childhood; Nice four-page colour-illustrated advert. for Chevrolet cars (all white); Patients for Profit - high-powered promotion, limited services and pursuit of the fast bucks are bringing many proprietary hospitals under attack; He Takes the Starch out of Protocol - Chief of Protocol Angier Biddle Duke has pioneered dramatic changes on the Washington scene; The Kind of Gal I Am (Part 1 of 3) - Rosalind Russell - many nice colour photos; The Party Chairmen - Bill Mi... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, October 6, 1962  *POPE JOHN XXIII*

The Saturday Evening Post, October 6, 1962 *POPE JOHN XXIII*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4707

Condition: Good


Features: Let's stop Exalting Jerks - Marya Mannes suggests we knock our shabby idols off their pedestals; page 13/14 loose but present; The Genial Pope - John XXIII - busily making and breaking Church traditions - nice color photos; Struggle Inside the Supreme Court - gravely divided, yet exerting more influence on the country than ever, nine justices are near a showdown; Golden Voice of the Senate - Everett McKinley Dirksen dazzles Capital Hill with the elegance of his florid rhetoric and the flexibility of his political posture; Parents who Beat Children - a tragic increase in child abuse... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, January 6, 1962 *HOCKEY'S GASHOUSE GANG, THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS, AMERICAN VS PARIS FASHIONS*

The Saturday Evening Post, January 6, 1962 *HOCKEY'S GASHOUSE GANG, THE CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS, AMERICAN VS PARIS FASHIONS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4708

Condition: Good


Features: Last Chance for Vietnam - international flare-ups may topple this strategically located country - many interesting black and white photos; People on the Way Up - Peter Beard, Craig Ellwood, Building Designer, The Van Dorn Sisters; Paris gives Women a break, by Oleg Cassini (pages 29-32 loose but present); You CAN afford college - Princeton's financial-aid officer tells how to swing the high cost of higher education; Nice pink Cadillac ad on page 33; 'Common Market' - what does it mean to us? - a report by Christian A. Herter; Hockey's Gashouse Gang - the story of the rambunctious Ch... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, January 13, 1962  *SHIRLEY JONES*

The Saturday Evening Post, January 13, 1962 *SHIRLEY JONES*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 357A4709

Condition: Good


Features: Danger on the Right, by Senator Stephen M. Young; Our Negro Aristocracy - a little-known world of wealth, culture and glamour; People on the Way Up - John Brademas, Dany Saval, Donna Deitch, Kenny McLean; Adventures of the Mind - How Human is Human Nature, by Eric Hoffer; "... To Help a Boy" - how Big Brothers help boys from fatherless and troubled homes; Backstage with Shirley Jones - she explains how she plays ingenues and prostitutes with equal conviction - nice color photos; Eighteen Angry Men - the hard-driving colonels who work against crucial deadlines to ready our m... View more info

Image for The Saturday Evening Post, 28 June 1952

The Saturday Evening Post, 28 June 1952

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $295.00

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1952

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827C6731

Condition: Fair


144 pages. Features: What's behind the air base scandals? - are we wasting money building airfields in North Africa?; Hollywood's blonde pop-off - Shelley Winters; Look at the tricks he does in the air! - Stanley Hiller wants to put a jet helicopter in every garage; Adlai Stevenson would rather not be president; The Morey Case - why did they kill Pauline Campbell? - part 3 of 4; They call him a genius in Dixie - Earl Mann; They're learning to breathe again - polio victims in recovery; My six fantastic years at the Imperial Hotel - J. Malcolm Morris reveals intimate secrets from Tokyo's postwa... View more info