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MORE Saturday Evening Posts HERE!ISSUE DATE: September 30 1961; Vol 234, No 39, 9/30/61
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THE COVER: Before the ladies in our audience get rhapsodic about the manners of history's heroes let's consider Saint George. Is there any evidence that George dismounted and offered the dragon's fair captive a seat on his charger? As for Sir Wally Raleigh . . . the mantle- in-the-mud incident is debated by historians, but it's a matter of record that Wally made ungentlemanly passes at one of the queen's maids of honor. Dueling is still with us . . . Suitor Slays Rival screams the headline . . . but it no longer is in good taste. Perhaps we should be glad that chivalry isn't what it used to be. By ALAJALOV.
ELSA: Joy Adamson's enchanting book, Born Free, moved a New York Times reviewer to write, "One can only hope . . . that Mrs. Adamson will give us a further account of Elsa as a mother." Happily, Mrs. Adamson did just that. In our condensation of Elsa's Cubs: Living Free (p. 84) you will meet the youngsters of Elsa's pride (and joy) . . . Jespah, Little Elsa and Gopa.
GRAU: The integration dilemma focuses on a lone Negro girl in The First Day of School, by Louisiana's Shirley Ann Grau, author of the controversial novel, The House on Coliseum Street.
PHOENIX: From Post Contributing Editor Harold H. Martin (Ralph McGill's fellow columnist on the Atlanta Constitution) comes a seven-page report on the flamboyant young moneymakers of Phoenix . . . illustrated in currency green and assorted other colors.
SAROYAN: "I never wanted to live in Paris," WILLIAM SAROYAN writes us. "Fresno, San Francisco and New York were fine for me. But since I came to Paris I have been crazy about it. Why shouldn't I be? I don't know the language. I never know where I am and I can't read a map. Thus, half the time I might still be in Fresno, San Francisco or New York." On p. 72 . . . voilà! . . . - Saroyan's Paris Is the Place for You!
HIJACK! William L. Worden takes you barreling along the Alaska Highway in hot pursuit of a cool $650,000 in gold and an undetermined number of killers. A two-part thriller which never shifts out of high gear.
MOTHER IS A MOVIE QUEEN, by Louis Paul, Illustrated by Coby Whitmore.
MCGILL: "His steady voice of reason champions a new South." "He has given purpose and direction to the changing South." So proclaimed a large university in the North (Harvard) and a small Baptist university in Georgia (Mercer) in awarding honorary doctorates of law this spring to Ralph Emerson McGill, author of this week's Speaking Out article . . . The South Will Change (p.13).
PEOPLE ON THE WAY UP:JOANIE SONIMERS, HARVEY GOLDIE, JACK ZAJAC, REGINA VILUTIS.
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People on the Way Up:
RFI: Invisible Killer?.
Mother Is a Movie Queen.; Volcano.
The First Day of School.
Paris Is the Place for You.
FULL PAGE vintage ADS include:
INCO Nickel, '62 Buick, Galaxie by Ford, Imperial Lebaron of 1962!, 5 page layout for Chevrolet of 1962, John Hancock ad featuring full page painting of Albert Einstein, Wide track Pontiac, Ford Falcon, Cadillac, Oldsmobile, The New Plymouth, Chrysler, Northern Towels, Stetson, Chesterfield Kings -- PLUS MORE FULL PAGE, and MANY smaller ads!
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