The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 29, 1953: Farewell General Bradley / Mystery of the Mayan Temple / Most Expensive City in the World


100 pages. Features: Our Two Toughest Allies - Greece and Turkey, the two poorest countries in NATO, kick in 40% of their budgets for defense; A Soldier's Farewell (part 2 of 2) - General Omar N. Bradley; The Things You Can Make in Your Cellar - basement woodworkers; Why Ike Had to Draft Fathers - 13,000 'students' a month were turning temporary deferments into permanent exemptions; The Most Expensive City in the World - great photo-illustrated article on Robert Sherrod and his family who live in Tokyo; The Mystery of the Mayan Temple - secret stairway in the temple of Palenque may suggest an ancient link between Egypt and America; They Sell People to Pets - San Francisco's "House of Pets"; Fiction: Midnight Mike; Love Has No Sense; The Bully of Uvada; The Betrayal of Tio; Spy and Counterspy (part 2 of 8); Young Captain Hornblower (part 6 of 8). Ads: Nice color-photo ad for RCA Victor TVs; Creepy two-page Kent cigarette ad says "If You'd Like the greatest health protection in cigarette history... these facts can help you..."; Color-photo ad for American-Standard bathroom fixtures features garish blue, pink and green examples; Nice color ad for Grehound bus lines; Color ad for the Oldsmobile Super '88' 4-door sedan, red with white roof; Mobiloil color ad features the 1953 Indianapolis 500; Nice color-photo ad for Lincoln cars; Nice two-page color-photo ad for Frigidaire Electric Ranges; Nostalgic Texaco Sky Chief cas ad features large red boxing glove; One-page elegant color-photo ad for Packard cars; Webcor tape recorders; Vintage ad for the new Homelite 5.5 HP chainsaw; Color-photo ad for Ford cars features the A.M. Brown family of Westchester County, NY; Dayton Rubber Tire ad features H.O. Vincent, Secretary of Service Lines, Inc. of Nashville; Gulfpride oil ad features nice color photo of Ralph J. Cahall of Annandale, VA, and William P. Snyder, III, of Sewickley, PA; Nice color Convair ad features shapely lady in purple dress; Average wear and soiling. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 29, 1953: Farewell General Bradley / Mystery of the Mayan Temple / Most Expensive City in the World

Author: Mayse, A.; O'Donnell, J.; Bradley, Omar; Baum, A.; Martin, H.; Sherrod, R.; Kelland, C.; Et al

Illustrator: Utz, Thornton (cover); Schaeffer, Mead; Hilbert, Bob; Galli, Stan; Rabut, Paul; Rubin, Hy; Riley, Ken

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Pets, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Curtis Publishing Company: 1953

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0777

Keywords: The Saturday Evening Post, August (Aug.) 29, 1953: Farewell General Bradley / Mystery of the Mayan Temple / Most Expensive City in the World Two Toughest Allies - Greece and Turkey, the two poorest countries in NATO, kick in 40% of their budgets for defense; A Soldier's Farewell (part 2 of 2) - General Omar N. Bradley; The Things You Can Make in Your Cellar - basement woodworkers; Why Ike Had to Draft Fathers - 13, 000 'students' a month were turning temporary deferments into permanent exemptions; The Most Expensive City in the World - great photo-illustrated article on Robert Sherrod and his family who live in Tokyo; The Mystery of the Mayan Temple - secret stairway in the temple of Palenque may suggest an ancient link between Egypt and America; They Sell People to Pets - San Francisco's "House of Pets"; Fiction: Midnight Mike; Love Has No Sense; The Bully of Uvada; The Betrayal of Tio; Spy and Counterspy (part 2 of 8); Young Captain Hornblower (part 6 of 8). Ads: Nice color-photo ad for RCA Victor TVs; Creepy two-page Kent cigarette ad says "If You'd Like the greatest health protection in cigarette history... these facts can help you..."; Color-photo ad for American-Standard bathroom fixtures features garish blue, pink and green examples; Nice color ad for Grehound bus lines; Color ad for the Oldsmobile Super '88' 4-door sedan, red with white roof; Mobiloil color ad features the 1953 Indianapolis 500; Nice color-photo ad for Lincoln cars; Nice two-page color-photo ad for Frigidaire Electric Ranges; Nostalgic Texaco Sky Chief cas ad features large red boxing glove; One-page elegant color-photo ad for Packard cars; Webcor tape recorders; Vintage ad for the new Homelite 5.5 HP chainsaw; Color-photo ad for Ford cars features the A.M. Brown family of Westchester County, NY; Dayton Rubber Tire ad features H.O. Vincent, Secretary of Service Lines, Inc. of Nashville; Gulfpride oil ad features nice color photo of Ralph J. Cahall of Annandale, VA, and William P. Snyder, III, of Sewickley, PA; Nice color Convair ad,