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See Magazine, March 1953, Vol. 12, No. 2 - Rita Hayworth Cover



50 pages. Features: Super color cover photo of Rita Hayworth; Two large black and white photos of Miss Universe, Armi Kuusela of Finland; You Can Be Healthier, Be Happier - follow this expert's rules for living in nature's four great worlds - photo-illustrated article including half-page black and white photo of a dozen or so boys skinny dipping at the "Ole swimming hole"; Abducted Women - Emotional photo-illustrated article on the over 500,000 women forcibly detained during the partition of India in 1947, some of whom are now being repatriated; The Duel - brief photo-illustrated article on Tasso's "Jerusalem Delivered", as presented by the Ballets de Paris; Heaven on Earth - photo-illustrated article on a new sculpture symbolizing beauty and joy of life, The Fountain of Faith, recently unveiled at Falls Church, VA; I Was a Spy for Stalin - Nora Korzhenko Murray, an agent of the Soviet secret police, reveals her cloak-and-dagger career as a tool of the N.K.V.D. and a lure for Allied diplomats living in Moscow; Best photos of 1952; Babies in Jail - photo-illustrated article on babies born in jail to mothers who are pregnant when incarcerated; Flying Saucers - The Last Word! - exclusive interview with the world's best informed military man - Major General John A. Samford - on the world's most exciting modern mystery; Earl Wilson, America's 'Saloon Editor' picks his "Super-Six" - photos and brief write-ups of American beauties Marilyn Monroe, Gloria Van Deweel, Julie Wilson, Eva Gabor, Ava Gardner, and Virginia Mayo (no photo of her); Faith is a Star - belief in a benign and divine power is a refuge in a time of trouble; So Hot Soho - article on U.S. Jazz in London's Bohemian west end - with super photos of dancers in action; Hoop Houdini - Photo-illustrated article on Boston Celtic Bob Cousy (written by Curt Gowdy who went on to a great career in TV sports broadcasting); Great 3/4-page sexy photo of Rita Hayworth; Letters from readers; plus many great vintage ads. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. PLEASE NOTE: lacking pages 33-34 which, we believe, contained the last page of the Flying Saucer article and a photo of Virginia Mayo. Otherwise, a sound vintage copy of this wonderful issue.

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