The Saturday Evening Post, November 24, 1962 *THE HOT WAR IN ASIA*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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Condition: Good

Features: Mis-Applied Science, by Dr. Albert E. Burke - America is losing tomorrow's battles by insisting that scientists concentrate on producing better mousetraps; The Hot War in Vietnam - Can the U.S. win it?; Master of the Jab - Ho Chi Minh is waging the kind of war he knows best; Sunday's Gladiators - as the armed (pro football) combatants struggle before the crowds, there are reminders of ancient Rome; The Charmed Life of Gangster Tony Accardo - arrested 23 times but never convicted; That Bowl of Fire Called Chili - a peppery dish invented by the pioneers of the old Southwest is still savored by their descendants; My Awful Wedded Husband, by Mrs. Kirk Douglas; Inside the Frozen Mountain - colour photos from deep inside Wyoming's Fossil Mountain; Let'em Eat... Turkey - the crisis that erupted when the Veep missed Thanksgiving dinner in Korea, by Walter M. Turner; Boy's Home on the Range - at Boy's Ranch in the rugged cow country of Texas' Panhandle, Cal Farley uses work, love and discipline to turn bad boys into good ones. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. Colour Corvair ad inside front cover. *Awesome* colour cadillac ad on page 9.