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Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 29, 1946: Cover Photo of Chiang Kai-shek and His Wife / Superman Photo/Article
Weekly Publications. 96 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Mercury cars inside front cover; Photo of Dr. Bertha Lutz of Brazil; Nice early one-page ad for Northwest Airlines includes large table of their new flights and low fares; Great color-photo ad for Caterpillar called "Grand Canyon of the Mesabi" features massive iron ore excavation; Nice one-page ad for International Trucks; Food - that a hungry world may eat; Photo of fire at Barrett plant of Allied Chemical in Philadelphia; Photo of baby Betty Lou Hall kissing President Truman; Juvenile delinquency; Is 1946 another 1920?; Great one-page Boeing ad for their Stratocruiser shows cute little boy in cabin gazing out window; The Lichfield trial over brutality to prisoners; Nice Kaiser-Frazer car ad; Great one-page color Cadillac ad shows imposing red grill; Conflict in China; Prince Morimasa Nashimoto leaves Sugamo Prison; Photo of General Douglas MacArthur inspecting honor guard in Tokyo; Nice one-page ad for Good Housekeeping Magazine shows fashionable lady reading; Before and after photos of the hanging of Hungarian police major Laszlo Baky; The controversy of the Anglo-American command; Nice one-page color ad for TWA announces they are the first to put the Constellation in the air; Photo of blind war bride Mary Martin who married Sgt. George Alkenbrack and now lives in Napanee, Ontario; One-page ad for the Country Gentleman Magazine shows crop-duster in action; brief obituaries for Harlan Fiske Stone, Arthur Chevrolet, Walter E. Dandy, and John Maynard Keynes; Creepy photo of soldier wearing night vision equipment called snooperscope; Superman article features photo of Clayton Collyer, the radio actor-announcer who plays Superman; Gold - the South African find and the world's wealth; Stocking - leg bootleg; Color ad for National City Bank of New York features paingint of rubber tappers in Malaya plus photo of Raymond G. Hill, Singapore Supervisor; Nice ad for Trav-Ler radio; The OPA reaps the whirlwind; One-page ad for Redbook Magazine; New York Yankee Pitcher Spurgeon Chandler; Legend for Canadians - photo of Coulter and Willan who used folklore for Canada's first opera; Photo of Beverly Anne Cort performing a risque dance in the Detroit suburb of Van Kyke; Nice one-page color Budweiser ad features young boy returning from fishing with his catch, while envious adults look on; Nice color-photo ad for Canadian National features Jasper, Alberta and its lodge (with small inset color photo of Minaki Lodge in Ontario); Vindictive treatment of Stalin by Trotsky; The Faith of Harold Stassen; Nice color-photo Canadian Club ad inside back cover features Juan Belmonte, Spain's great bullfighter; Nice back cover color ad for Chesterfield cigarettes features man in suit who learned his ABCs (Always Buy Chesterfields); and more. Somewhat above-average wear and soiling. A worthy vintage copy. Magazine
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