The Saturday Evening Post, February 2, 1963 *BEVERLY HILLBILLIES COVER PHOTO / CATHOLICISM VS. COMMUNISM IN POLAND*

By: Multiple Contributors

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Features: Waste in the world of diplomacy - Ellis O. Briggs says the game of musical chairs impairs our ambassadors' effectiveness; Cuban Prisoner Exchange - James Donovan explains the inside story of how freedom was won for the Bay of Pigs captives; Americans - at least 21 languish in Castro prisons - 2 photos of JFK addressing the Cuban issue; Hawaii - where progress is the big problem; The Beverly Hillbillies TV Show - proving that corn is evergreen; It Hurts to Run - Runner Jim Beatty - his greatest foes are fear, fatigue, agony; "Ask Americans to Pray for Us" - Polish Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski tells of his newest conflicts with Poland's Communist rulers, his efforts to avert bloodshed, his struggle to uphold religious freedom; Innocent's Grim Ordeal - Airman Gerald Martin Anderson is accused of murder in Mountain Home, Idaho - a year later, it became obvious that Air Force investigators simply picked a victim. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.