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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 8, 1946: Spring is Circus Time
Weekly Publications, 1946. 96 pages. Features: Nice one-page ad for the Lockheed Constellation features illustration of cabin scene in-flight; Attractive color Ford ad features Green car being loaded with luggage; photo of Robert Moses of Chicago wins bubble-blowing contest; Ku Klux Klan article with photo of burning cross and shrouded members; Russian Spy - Nicolai Gregorovich Redin; New Gropings with the Atom; Cordell Hull prepares memoirs; Nice color-photo Camel cigarette ad says "More Doctors Smoke Camels"; Very nice color one-page Coke ad features spring cleaning scene; Gromyko walks out of UNO; Ad for the Town House Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles; Very cute color Schlitz beer ad features bear in nighshirt raiding fridge at night; Guns over Trieste; The Austrian Larder; Arthur Axmann - article with photo; Famine news from Europe; Possible trouble in India - with photo of Gandhi; Trouble for Jewish sports team in Vienna; Shanghai - inflation and theft; Kendo photo from Japan - it has been outlawed by the Allies; Very nice color centerfold ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad; Nice one-page color-portrait of Mr. Mervyn Le Roy in Calvert Whiskey ad; Ontario liberalizes liquor laws; Five more persons accused of Russian spying in Canada; The Capitolio Diamond Mystery; Argentina fears Yankee 'Nazi' threat; Brief obituaries for Noah Beery Sr., Charles F. Hurley, Martin L. Davey, George Washington, Field Marshal Viscount Gort; Shirley Jane Vetter regains sight after her baby is born; Oil - the big three tangle in the middle east; Color Union Pacific ad features Utah's Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks; Yellow Bole Pipe ad; Mr. Baruch on the Extension of OPA; Billiard article and photo on Willie Mosconi; Attractive one-page color ad for the Martin 2-0-2 aircraft; Gerald Kersh lifts veil on sordid side of London; Color-photo Studebaker ad shows Don Wyman and his father grinding metal while J.F. Rogers and son Peter perform heat-treating; and more. Above-average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. Magazine
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