Reader's Digest February 1960 Vance Packard Margaret Sanger Robert Coughlan +++
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Issue Date: February 1960; Vol. 76, No. 454
Articles, subjects and contributors in this issue:
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Cover: Mountain Pond, Hawaii ... Frank McCarthy.
Me go now ... Bill Conklin.
Harry Morgan's friendship ambassadors ... Clarence W. Hall.
too many people! what can we do about it? ... Robert Coughlan.
My fight for America's birth control clinic ... Margaret Sanger.
Have you made any new friends lately? ... Vance Packard.
3 who needn't have died ... Andre Fontaine.
What you should really weigh.
No passports for our enemies! ... Charles Stevenson.
How to keep your house wamer in winter ... C. W. Nessell.
I am the child of a King ... Dorothy Thompson.
The unpopular truth about New York City ... John Fischer.
A sound man for a sound dollar -- Robert Bernerd Anderson.
Nature's marvelous alarm clock ... John George.
More machines fewer men and a union that's unhappy about it -- an interview with John L. Lewis.
Maybe you need more sleep ... Robert O'Brien.
the wierdness of Death Valley -- hottest place in America ... Ben Lucien Burman.
they ride on cushions of air -- a hovercraft -- ... Harland Manchester.
Are you missing the best thing in life? ... Norman Vincent Peale.
One man's revolt against the Tailfin Age ... Edward Durell Stone.
A foot ball for Grandma ... Allan Sherman.
Just to keep Khrushchev safe! ... Lester Velie.
the great South African mine deal ... Wolfgang Langewiesche.
How they'll take the 1960 census ... Albert W. Atwood and Lonnelle Aikman.
good Pope John ... Barrett McGurn.
The heart and wondrous and courageous organ ... Henry Morton Robinson.
the Saga of Pappy Gunn ... George C. Kenney.
AD: Bert Lahr for Skippy Peanut Butter!.
Maker of Happy Marriages ... Oren Arnold -- George W. Crane's Marriage foundation.
He brought the winter olympics to Squaw Valley -- Alexander Cochrane Cushing -- ... James Stewart Gordon.
Big Ben -- the Voice of Britain ... Peter Browne.
Liveliest show in Dogdom -- Westminster Kennel club in Madison Square Garden ... Isabella Taves.
My friend Jack Earle-- the Gentle Giant ... Dean Jennings.
With the men who fire the Atlas Rocket ... Corey Ford and James Perkins.
Babes in Arms ... Phyllis McGinley.
new hope for Formosa.
Messiah of the Soil -- hugh Bennett -- ... Peter Farb.
the Abraham Lincoln murder case ... Theodore Roscoe.
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Each listed above is of at least one page, most average 3 pages. Some are original articles. ALSO in this issue: the usual great tidbits, jokes and sidebars that Readers Digest was famous for. Starting in 1955, issues also include terrific vintage ADS! (PLUS there is more actual CONTENT in these vintage issues than in the current ones!) There is no better Birthday gift or Anniversary present than a copy of this marvelous vintage magazine -- it captures the time perfectly!
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