The Saturday Evening Post, February 27, 1965 *CARROLL BAKER FEATURE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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Condition: Good


Features: Communism is not what we think - George Feifer says "the Russian peole are relatively contented"; Winston Churchill, a footnote - Stewart Alsop reflects on his lunch with the man at Chartwell in 1950; The Black Muslims are a Fraud - ex-official of Boston's Black Muslim Mosque in Roxbury, Aubrey Barnette, tells why; Mobiles - the soaring art of Alexander Calder; Carroll Baker - the lady was a tramp - pictures and description of her 'sordid' training for the film 'Sylvia'; The Dirty-Clam Caper - illegal nightworkers in the polluted waters off Rhode Island harvest quahogs which can transmit diseases; Ah-ha - the cat saw the mouse, by William Saroyan; Watch out - here it comes! - the Old 562 and its 405 mile South American run from Santa Cruz, Bolivia to Corumba, Brazil - possibly the most uncomfortable public conveyance still operating in the Western Hemisphere; The Kingfish's son picks up the whip - Russell Lons, son of Huey Long, becomes Senate Majority Whip; Who killed your favourite TV show? - a nostalgic look back at the big TV shows of the time, with photos. Bit of writing on back cover. Somewhat above-average external wear with openings at each end of cover fold, otherwise a sound copy.