Quick News Weekly Magazine, March [Mar.] 24, 1952 - Ursula Theiss Cover Photo / The Navy's Plans for the Atom

By: Cowles, Gardner; et al

Price: $129.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good


72 pages. Features: Cover photo of Ursula Theiss; Nice color two-page 1952 Chevrolet ad; News from Asia - unrest in Hong Kong, Korean War, Chiang Kai-shek's forces in Formosa; Photo of topless well-endowed young African woman pounding food while wearing a wrap-around fabric featuring images of the King and Queen of England; Photo of Cuba's Gen. Fulgencio Batista with wife and son; Feature interview with Admiral William M. Fechteler about the Navy's plans for using atomic power and weapons (colour photo-portrait of the Admiral on back cover); Quote attributed to David Ben Gurion "We've crossed a cow with a giraffe. It's have such a long neck that we hope you can feed it in America while we milk it in Israel"; Photo of swimming race between penguin and William Walsh of San Francisco (the bird won); Nice color centerfold ad for the Coconut Grove chocolate bar by Curtiss; Photos of Ike inspired fashions; Photo of Marilyn Monroe partially lying in surf wearing dark bikini; Photo-illustrated article discusses the challenge presented by films from Europe - including photos of beauties like Sylvana Magnano; Time for action on the St. Lawrence Seaway; Photos of two infant readers of this publication, Susan O'Hara (age 1) and Elizabeth Hanford MacNider, age 1.5. 15 x 11cm. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Quick News Weekly Magazine, March [Mar.] 24, 1952 - Ursula Theiss Cover Photo / The Navy's Plans for the Atom

Author: Cowles, Gardner; et al

Categories: Military, Magazine Back Issues, Fashion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Des Moines, Iowa, Cowles Magazines, Inc.: 1952

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Very Good

Size: 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall

Seller ID: 565h5071

Keywords: Ursula Theiss, Admiral William M. Fechteler, David Ben Gurion, Marilyn Monroe, Sylvana Magnano, Elizabeth Hanford MacNider, Susan O'Hara, ,