The Saturday Evening Post, December 13, 1958: The Story Behind Quemoy


112 pages. Features: He Works in God's Back Pastures - Young Minister Sam Varnell chose to work in the "knob country" of eastern Tennessee; The Horse That Was Hard to Believe; The Story Behind Quemoy - How this small island on the coast of China has led America to the brink of War; They Can't Wait to Grow Old - tricks used to illegally receive Social Security payments; Adventures of the Mind, 16 - The Power Holders of the American economy; Battle Against the Lake - great photo-illustrated article on how the Southern Pacific Railroad is laying a roadbed across the Great Salt Lake. Fiction: The Swindler's LIfe; Hopeless Case; Marriageable Age; Ambitious Cop; The Midtown Bomber (part 2 of 5); The case of the Greedy Grandpa (conclusion). Ads: Nice color-photo Ronson lighter ad inside front cover; Fantastic one-page photo-ad for the Philco Predicta TV (which looks like something out of the Jetson's); Nice one-page color-photo ad for the 1959 Studebaker Lark station wagon (blue); Nostalgic one-page color-photo ad for Gulf shows snow white Cadillac with back seat loaded with Christmas gifts in service station; Nice color one-page ad for the Ford Edsel (yellow); Whitman's Chocolates color-photo ad features Santa; One-page black and white photo ad for Motorola TVs; One-page color ad for the 1959 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Holiday Sportsedan and Dynamic 88 Holiday Scenicoupe; AC Oil Filter ad features color photo of Dale Robertson of the "Wells Fargo" TV show; Wonderful two-page color-photo ad for 1959 Lincoln cars (white) and Helen Hayes; Idyllic three-color-page wedding-themed ad for the new for Ford Galaxie; Color-photo ad inside back cover for the 1959 De Soto station wagon (yellow) filled with dalmatians has some discolorations. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy of this great issue.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post, December 13, 1958: The Story Behind Quemoy

Author Name: Standish, R.; Sercombe, R.; Duganne, P.; Dillon, J.; Slichter, Sumner H.; Hawkins, J.; Gardner, E.

Categories: Asia, Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis Publishing Company: 1958

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201H0771

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