Saturday Evening POST December 1 1962 ALAJÁLOV MARC CHAGALL +++
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MORE Saturday Evening Posts HERE!ISSUE DATE: December 1 1962; Vol 236, No 43, 12/1/62
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THE COVER. "Madam is remorseful about her own greed," comments famed contract-bridge authority Charles H. Gorenabout the dilemma of the sleepless bridge player depicted by artist CONSTANTIN ALAJÁLOV. (ALAJALOV) "It hasdawned on her that withholding her ace of diamonds on the first trick, because she would have had to waste hersingleton king, may have been penny-wise and pound-foolish," says Goren. "If she had been satisfied with two dia- mondtricks instead of three, she could easily have made her game at three no-trump, by playing the ace from the dummy.She would then have been in position to take the important club finesse. Butwhen she all too frugally won with theking in her own hand, she had no way to reach dummy without let- ting East in, and that character rudely led back thequeen of hearts; so that Madam lost five tricks."
Why Husbands Die Young (Speaking Out) ... By Peg Bracken.
Our New Strategy ... By Stewart Alsop.
"My Favorite Quotation".
Artist of the Third Eye ... By Ernest 0. Hauser. ("By creating his own illogical gorgeous universe on canvas, MARC CHAGALL has become one of the world's greatest painters.") [NICE, In-depth article, with multiple photos!]
Now Ruthie Is in Step ... By Steven M. Spencer.
Digging a Way to Freedom ... By Don Cook.
Two Coaches on a Collision Course. ... By Murray Olderman & Harry Paxton.
Why I Quit Hunting ... By Edmund Gilligan.
Stormy Sage of Weather Control ... By Richard McKenna.
Hollywood's New Breed of Soft Young Men ... By Norman Garbo. (Profiles of hese actors, with large photographs: RICHARD BEYMER, GEORGE HAMILTON, TROY DONOHUE, GEORGE CHAKIRIS, and MICKEY CALLAN!
The Sand Pebbles (Conclusion) ... By John Kobler. Illustrated by Dick Pfahl.
Speech After Long Silence ... By Richard Warren Lewis.
DEPARTMENTS: Letters; Post Scripts; Hazel; Editorials.
FAVORITE QUOTATIONS. One day last summer Editor Robert Sherrod got a notion that Post followers might be interested in reading the favorite quotations of many of the nation's most famous citizens. Letters were sent to a small group of men and women, and we were pleased by the enthusiastic response to the idea and the high quality of the quotations received. One contributor even changed his mind about his favorite. President Kennedy originally submitted an Oliver Wendell Holmes quotation: "We must demonstrate that whether we sail with the wind or against the wind, we must above all set sail -- and not drift or lie at anchor." A few days later the President asked that we use instead the Edmund Burke quotation found on page 20 of this issue. Both of the President's choices say essentially the same thing and provide a key to many of Mr. Kennedy's decisions. incidentally, the best-liked quotation of the Post's editor is one he encountered in India several years ago. It is from an epitaph on the tombstone of a heroic British major who was killed in battle 104 years ago: "Here lieth all that could die of William Stephen Raikes Hodson... ." The quotations on pages 20 and 21 will be followed by others in future issues.ABOUT THE AUTHORS. Washington editor Stewart Alsop believes that his article on OUR NEW STRATEGY is "the most important piece I've ever written." Alsop not only talked at length with Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, whose remarkably candid exclusive interview is recorded in detail, but also asked questions of practically all of McNamara's chief military and civilian subordinates. . . . Don Cook, who writes of West Berlin's "sincere kids who are ready to dig and die," is chief European correspondent for the New York Herald Tribune. Cook, 42, is a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and has worked for the Herald Tribune since 1943, most of the time in England and Western Europe.... Murray Olderman, coauthor with Post sports editor Harry Paxton of the article on the Army and Navy football coaches, draws cartoons and writes sports features for Newspaper Enterprise Association.... Soon after novelist Edmund Gilligan made his decision to put his hunting weapons in the closet for good, he also gave up his Rod and Gun column for the New York Herald Tribune. Gilligan, from Woodstock, New York, now devotes full time to short stories, children's books and novels.... Richard Warren Lewis, 30,is a free-lance writer who has specialized in the entertainment field in the last few years. He now lives in Beverly Hills, California, and is working on a first novel.... Ernest 0. Hauser, Steven M. Spencer and John Kobler are contributing editors of The Post.
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