The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, April 26, 1958: Polish Americans / We Jail Drunken Drivers


132 pages. Features: Nice color-photo Ramber car ad inside front cover features a brown and white 1958 Rebel; One-page ad for Marlboro, "The cigarette designed for men that women like"; Nice one-page Dodge car ad features their New Spring Swept Wing; Wonderful two-page color-photo Allis-Chalmers ad shows their impressive line of industrial products at work in Polk County, Florida; Automatic Electric color ad shows USAF TM-76 Martin MACE missile taking off; Wonderful two-page color-photo Chevrolet ad includes seven photos of a red and white station wagon in remote Andes Mountain scenes along the General San Martin Highway; Interesting one-page color photo Gleem toothpaste ad shows lovely young lady downing hamburger, then smooching; Arson Incorporated (part 1 of 8); An Evolutionist Looks at Modern Man; Alone in the City (short story); We Jail Drunken Drivers - photo-illustrated article from California by Governor Goodwin J. Knight; I Call on Bob Hope - great photo-illustrated article including Anita Ekberg, Cary Grant and Natalie Wood; The Inquisitive Mr. Gallup (complete novelette); Young People in Love; Twisted Evidence (short story); The Polish-Americans - nice colour photo; Washington's School for Young Soviets - photo-illustrated article; The Pentagon Blonde (short story); America's First "Boom" Town - industrial museum in Delaware's Brandywine Valley; GMCA color ad shows young baseball boy chewing gum; Hornblower's Hurricane (conclusion); Lucky Strike color-photo ad shows couple working on a boat (?); Interesting Special K ad shows 'Grandma' and the milkman reading the box; Uncommon two-page color-photo ad for Pennsylvania brand rotary and power reel mowers; Green Spot sprinkler ad; Nice color-photo ad for Wheeling metal products; Cosco metal furniture ad shows lady with yellow step stool; Nostalgic one-page Moto-Mower Roto-Ride lawn mower ad; Color ad for Winchester model 61 and model 77 22 rifles; Color-photo ad for Johnson Sea-Horse outboard motors; One-page vintage photo ad for Sealtest Plum Nuts ice cream; Color Jacobsen ad presents 13 of their mower products; Color ad for blue Samsonite luggage; Winston cigarette ad on back cover features color photo of cowboy scene; Pepsi ad inside back cover. Soiling to top of cover page. Nibbling to coverfold and edges of covers. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post Magazine, April 26, 1958: Polish Americans / We Jail Drunken Drivers

Author: Paul, Louis; Klingsberg, H.; Chamberlain, W.; Raine, N.R.; Eiseley, L.; Knight, G.J.; Martin, P.; Mudd, E.H.; Lowman, E.S.; Cantwell, R.; Kelland, C.B.; Forester, C.S.

Illustrator: Hughes, George (cover); Meyers, Robert; Fischer, Anton Otto; Buckham; Harris, R.G.; Riley, Ken

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis Publishing Company: 1958

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0216

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