The Saturday Evening Post March 26, 1966

Published by curtis publishing co., 1966
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Title: The Saturday Evening Post March 26, 1966
Publisher: curtis publishing co.
Publication Date: 1966
Binding: paperback
Book Condition: Good

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The Saturday Evening Post
Published by The Curtis Publishing, NY (1966)
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Book Description The Curtis Publishing, NY, 1966. Wraps. Book Condition: VG-Near Fine. 1st edition. Library Stamp on Front Cover. Bookseller Inventory # KENSBOOK022632

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William A. Emerson Jr. (Editor) and The Saturday Evening Post
Published by The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, PA (1966)
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Book Description The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1966. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. A large glossy-paged magazine measuring 10-5/8" by 13-1/2" and containing 124 pages including front and rear covers (please note that an entry card, attached to this issue, was counted as two pages by The Saturday Evening Post - this is a complete issue). With cover photo of Jacqueline Kennedy placed in the center of the twelve zodiac signs, and accompanying article entitled A Look at Tomorrow ("For 5,000 years astrologers have survived despite ridicule, persecution and their own mistakes. Today some 10 million Americans follow this ancient art"; with sidebar containing Jacqueline Kennedy's chart and astrological reading by Zoltan S. Mason; sidebar containing Lyndon B. Johnson's chart and astrological reading by Constella - Shirley Spencer). Other highlights include: commentary We Must Colonize Vietnam by Jim Morris; Russia at the Crossroads by Robert Sherrod ("At the Party Congress, the men who seized power from Khrushchev will be tested and judged by the way they meet Russia's enduring problems"); Part Two of Papa Hemingway by A. E. Hotchner ("Fighting the pain of his injuries with Scotch, fleeing the fame of his Nobel Prize, he slowly found his way back to the good times"); short story The Kangaroo Lottery by Kenneth Lamott; short story The Fugitive by Rhys Davies; A Last Cigar for a Last Hurrah? ("Fighting for his eighth straight basketball championship, Celtics' coach Red Auerbach hopes to retire in a victorious cloud of smoke"). In light to moderately worn and rubbed covers. Bookseller Inventory # 009781

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William A. Emerson,Jr.: Editor
Published by Saturday Evening Post, New York (1966)
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Book Description Saturday Evening Post, New York, 1966. Paper Book. Book Condition: Good. Asger Jerrild: Art Director (illustrator). Issue No. 7. Saturday Evening Post. New York. William A. Emerson, Jr.:Editor. March 26, 1966. Asger Jerild: Art Director. Condition: Good. Articles: 1. Papa Hemingway(2nd of 3 Parts) by A.E. Hotchner, 2. We Must Colonize Vietnam(Speaking Out) by Jim Morris, 3. Battling Bobby Baker(Affairs of State by Stewart Alsop, 4. Ben Casey at the Bat(The Human Comedy) by William K. Zinsser. 5. Astrologers look at tomorrow today by Richard Armstrong, 6. Russia at the Crossroads by Robert Sherrod, 7, The Lost Art of Moonshine by William Price Fox, 8. A Last Cigar for Red Auerbach's Last Hurrah? by Myron Cope. Fiction: The Kangaroo Lottery by Kenneth Lamott and The Fugitive by Rhys Davies. Size: 13 1/4" x 10 1/2". Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 0170

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