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

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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 such disaster; Help Wanted in Washington - the Kennedy administration discovers that too few top minds want to work for their country; Sad and Lonely Clown - Red Skelton, a comedian for 33 years, has banked millions, but offstage he is tormented - Hollywood's loneliest man; Why Good Dogs go Wrong - befuddled pooches are now seeing their own psychiatrist!. Nice Coke ad on back cover shows three Coke floats. Average wear.

Title: 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*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 357a4692

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, June 2, 1962 *COLLEGE EDUCATION - A WASTE FOR YOUR CHILD? / ONE MAN'S HEROIC CRUSADE IN LAOS* 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 such disaster; Help Wanted in Washington - the Kennedy administration discovers that too few top minds want to work for their country; Sad and Lonely Clown - Red Skelton, a comedian for 33 years, has banked millions, but offstage he is tormented - Hollywood's loneliest man; Why Good Dogs go Wrong - befuddled pooches are now seeing their own psychiatrist!. Nice Coke ad on back cover shows three Coke Floats,