The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962 *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair


Features: A Catalogue of Boors - a story about road rage (before the term was coined) by Corey Ford; pages 11-14 loose but present - they contain a wonderful two-page color ad for 'Jet-Smooth' Chevrolet; The Menningers of Kansas - the life and work of the men who have devoted themselves to the fight for better understanding and effective treatment of the mentally ill, part 1 of 4; People on the Way Up - Joan Lakow, John Cassavetes, LaBonnie Bianchi, Willard Scott (Scotty) Thompson; Hollywood Throwback - Natalie Wood is a screen queen in the old flamboyant tradition; Casey Stengel - after a year's layoff, the 'Ol Professor, now manager of the New York Mets, begins his second half-century in baseball; Color pages of Ford car ads; Noah would approve - Roland Lindemann's Catskill Game Farm gives dwindling species room and safety to breed; My 36 hours with Khrushchev - Drew Pearson's wife reports on her visit to the inner sanctum of Russia's 'ruling class'; Have we lost Southeast Asia? - a report on this troubled region whose principle defense against red-Chinese invasion is the almost-powerless South East Asia Treaty Organization. Somewhat above-average wear.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962 *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE*

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1962

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 357a4697

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, April 7, 1962 *NATALIE WOOD FEATURE* Catalogue of Boors - a story about road rage (before the term was coined) by Corey Ford; pages 11-14 loose but present - they contain a wonderful two-page color ad for 'Jet-Smooth' Chevrolet; The Menningers of Kansas - the life and work of the men who have devoted themselves to the fight for better understanding and effective treatment of the mentally ill, part 1 of 4; People on the Way Up - Joan Lakow, John Cassavetes, LaBonnie Bianchi, Willard Scott (Scotty) Thompson; Hollywood Throwback - Natalie Wood is a screen queen in the old flamboyant tradition; Casey Stengel - after a year's layoff, the 'Ol Professor, now manager of the New York Mets, begins his second half-century in baseball; Color pages of Ford car ads; Noah would approve - Roland Lindemann's Catskill Game Farm gives dwindling species room and safety to breed; My 36 hours with Khrushchev - Drew Pearson's wife reports on her visit to the inner sanctum of Russia's 'ruling class'; Have we lost Southeast Asia? - a report on this troubled region whose principle defense against red-Chinese invasion is the almost-powerless South East Asia Treaty Organization.,