Collier's Magazine, August 9, 1947 - Americans Not Welcome in Yugoslavia / I Stopped Stammering


82 pages. Articles: The Kids Get a Night Club - Rochester's teenagers solve their entertainment problem; The A-Bomb's Invisible Offspring - the menace of radioactivity from atomic blasts - article with scary photos; The Balkan Follies - how Americans are browbeaten in Moscowized southeast Europe (Yugoslavia); Little Man on a Horse - sketches of backstage life of the big-time jockeys; I Stopped Stammering - how he was cured - Dr. Richard R. Hutcheson and the district speech clinic in Washington, D.C.; They Kicked Us Off Our Land (conclusion) - the misuse of public grazing lands. Includes ads for: Duraglas bottles; Ipana toothpaste - featuring Bryan Cornell and his mother; General Electric entertainment products (in colour); Admiral FM-AM phonograph with miracle tone arm; U.S. Royal tires; International Harvester products - trucks, dozers, tractors and appliances; Ford woody wagons; Borden - featuring Elsie the Cow; Colgate tooth paste; Lucky Stricke cigarettes; Ballantine Ale - featuring Victorian bathing suits; Good Year - centerfold; Kingsey gin; GM Electro-Motive Division; Veedol motor oil; "The Long Night" movie starring Henry Fonda; Schlitz beer; Polaroid sportglas - modelled by Bill Stern and Margaret Young; Acushnet golf balls; Back cover Chesterfield cigarette ad features large color image of actor Charles Boyer. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Collier's Magazine, August 9, 1947 - Americans Not Welcome in Yugoslavia / I Stopped Stammering

Author Name: Jepson, Selwyn; Knickmeyer, W.L.; Temple, Willard H.; Moriarty, William; Barrett, John; Johnston, Marlise; Guylay, L. richard; Morgan, Edward P.; Courtney, W.B.; Groth, John; Homes, Eugene C.; Williams, Greer; Velie, Lester

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Judaica,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 449G1591

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