Saginaw, Sunday September 18, 1960. Paperback. Good. Item #21-1287
Illus., 23 x 15", green wraps, black spine, newsprint, each section individually paginated (a total of 64pp current events and classifieds, 40pp on top of the Saginaw News history. Disbound, covers creased, spotted/stained, edge tears, spine splitting and fraying, pages toned with tears/edge tears else good. Some of the news stories: opening of the U.N. General Assembly and attendees include Castro, Khrushchev, Tito & Nasser; the 1960 presidential campaign with Nixon leading Kennedy in some polls, the candidates'' wives' fashion, a campaign stop in Bay City by Nixon; trouble for Paraguayan dictator Alfredo Stroesser, crime rate increasing and population declining and J. Edgar Hoover wants it to stop; concern over the Communists taking Hong Kong; excerpt from a New York Times article that Democrats are losing in Harlem. Local news including the need for policewomen; Saginaw County Fair; new subdivision "Southfield Village" opening in Bridgeport; construction of Delta College and much more. Best headline: "Farmer Saves Pickle Pickers"