Seventeen is an American teen magazine. The magazine's reader-base is 13-to-19-year-old females. (wikipedia)

1972 March


Close-up: On Zest in the West - Rocking in the Sun
By David Mairowitz, pp 144, 158

BEGINNINGS: "At eighteen I was a fledgling buffoon and went to junior college. When I finally dropped out I spent five years married. Most of the time my wife was supporting me as a secretary. I was a musician in cocktail lounges, working in a white tux with patent leather shoes. I was also a commercial artist at a greeting card studio which made silk-screen cards of an extremely midwestern nature. I tried to do some experimental things, conceptual greeting cards, like one with a blowup of a typewritten script that said, 'Captured Russian photograph shows evidence of American presence on moon first.' Inside was a detailed illustration of a lunar landscape with Jesus Saves carved on one of the rocks. It didn't sell." (read more)

Source: Steve Hecht