The Saturday Evening Post, September 29, 1962 *ROSALIND RUSSELL*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Features: We're Cheating our Children - Betsy Fancher argues that a parent-sponsored junior rat race has warped the meaning of childhood; Nice four-page colour-illustrated advert. for Chevrolet cars (all white); Patients for Profit - high-powered promotion, limited services and pursuit of the fast bucks are bringing many proprietary hospitals under attack; He Takes the Starch out of Protocol - Chief of Protocol Angier Biddle Duke has pioneered dramatic changes on the Washington scene; The Kind of Gal I Am (Part 1 of 3) - Rosalind Russell - many nice colour photos; The Party Chairmen - Bill Miller and John Bailey; Handsome colour ad for the 1963 Chrysler New Yorker; 6 nice pages of color ads for Ford cars; The Durable Huguenots - persecuted for centuries, the Protestant minority today is a cultured, successful and proud elite in Catholic France; My Life with Juvenile Gangs (conclusion) by Vincent Riccio - the death of Tommy Hanlon; Masters of Second Place - the San Francisco 49ers; Another Western - Who Needs it? - The Virginian is converted into a 90-minute TV Series. Average wear. A sound copy.