The Saturday Evening Post, September 22, 1962 *THE MOOD OF AMERICA / SHIRLEY BOOTH A.K.A. HAZEL / SONNY LISTON*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Features: Good-bye to Golf - Arthur W. Baum, a reformed addict, exposes the evils of an over-rated game; The Mood of America - Stewart Alsop surveys voter opinion from coast to coast; Haute Mode for Little Girls - nice color photos - top designers are creating elegant new wardrobes with fancy price tags for the grade-school set; Facing up to Automation, by John Diebold; Great color ad for the '63 Chevrolet trucks in rough Baja scenes; My Life with Juvenile Gangs (part 2 of 3) - Vincent Riccio; Churches Take up Show Business - using plays and musicales to relate religion to contemporary life; "Be a Champ, Act a Champ - Sonny Liston goes after the heavyweight boxing title next week"; At Home with 'Hazel' (Shirley Booth); Hope for Retarded Children - how the Kennedy family's own misfortune spurred the fight against a widely misunderstood affliction. Average wear. A sound copy.