The Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1957 - Kirk Douglas Tells His Story / Summerton, South Carolina - "Where All The Trouble Started"


112 pages. Fiction: Love Wasn't Enough; Rage on the Mountain; First Proposal; Young and Scared; The Girl He Remembered (conclusion); The Artless Heiress (part 4 of 8). Articles: Beware Those Phony Stock Salesmen! - Boiler room operators; The Actor in Me - Kirk Douglas (part 1 of 2) - with many photos; The High Price of Haste - Photo of hideous crash scene on highway 25-70 near Marshall, North Carolina in which an asphalt truck collided with an oncoming car cilling several people including the Reverend and Mrs. T.H. Shackelford, their missionary daughter, the Reverend and Mrs. Robert N. Barefoot and their seven-year-old niece; They Rescue the Mail - how dogged postal sleuths find and deliver letters that have been lost, stolen, burned drowned or macerated by catastrophe or crime; Bargain Bonanza - Hoss Monday in Canton, Texas is the day for swapping lies, knives, horses, dogs and any kind of livestock you can name; Let's Be Sensible About Foreign Aid; The Deep South Says "Never!" (part 2 of 5) - a report from Summerton, South Carolina on how the people have reacted to the Federal integration order; Cruising the Cool Coast - great color photos of the unspoiled Maine coast; . Ads: Nice color American Motors ad inside front cover shows several of their models and features; Nice GE color-photo ad for their pink kitchen appliances; Nice two-page ad for United Aircraft Corporation shows their C-133, Convair F-102As, plus a great color air cargo illustration; Nice color Oldsmobile ad for their Golden Rocket 88 Holiday Coupe; Chevrolet ad in mountain setting; Nice color Imperial car ad shows a light blue model; Winston cigarettes; Pream coffee; International trucks; Douglas DC-7; Spud cigarettes; Buick Roadmaster 75; Great one-page black and white photo ad for Jeep; Louisa May Alcott is features in a U.S. Savings Bond ad; Chesterfield cigarette ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1957 - Kirk Douglas Tells His Story / Summerton, South Carolina - "Where All The Trouble Started"

Author Name: Wallace, John F.; Macken, Walter; De Meyer, John; Hawkins, John and Ward; Baum, Arthur; Douglas, Kirk; Yoder, Robert; Nordyke, Lewis; Randall, Clarence B.; Martin, John; Rawlings, Charles; Gallico, Paul; Kelland, C.

Categories: Sport, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Curtis Publishing Company: 1957

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 357G2403

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1957 - Kirk Douglas Tells His Story / Summerton, South Carolina - "Where All The Trouble Started" Love Wasn't Enough; Rage on the Mountain; First Proposal; Young and Scared; The Girl He Remembered (conclusion); The Artless Heiress (part 4 of 8). Articles: Beware Those Phony Stock Salesmen! - Boiler room operators; The Actor in Me - Kirk Douglas (part 1 of 2) - with many photos; The High Price of Haste - Photo of hideous crash scene on highway 25-70 near Marshall, North Carolina in which an asphalt truck collided with an oncoming car cilling several people including the Reverend and Mrs. T.H. Shackelford, their missionary daughter, the Reverend and Mrs. Robert N. Barefoot and their seven-year-old niece; They Rescue the Mail - how dogged postal sleuths find and deliver letters that have been lost, stolen, burned drowned or macerated by catastrophe or crime; Bargain Bonanza - Hoss Monday in Canton, Texas is the day for swapping lies, knives, horses, dogs and any kind of livestock you can name; Let's Be Sensible About Foreign Aid; The Deep South Says "Never!" (part 2 of 5) - a report from Summerton, South Carolina on how the people have reacted to the Federal integration order; Cruising the Cool Coast - great color photos of the unspoiled Maine coast; . Ads: Nice color American Motors ad inside front cover shows several of their models and features; Nice GE color-photo ad for their pink kitchen appliances; Nice two-page ad for United Aircraft Corporation shows their C-133, Convair F-102As, plus a great color air cargo illustration; Nice color Oldsmobile ad for their Golden Rocket 88 Holiday Coupe; Chevrolet ad in mountain setting; Nice color Imperial car ad shows a light blue model; Winston cigarettes; Pream coffee; International trucks; Douglas DC-7; Spud cigarettes; Buick Roadmaster 75; Great one-page black and white photo ad for Jeep; Louisa May Alcott is features in a U.S. Savings Bond ad; Chesterfield Cigarette,