2 magazines (of 5?) from a yearly published series by an Iranian newspaper publishing house Dad (داد چاپخانه(, include contemporary articles on the politics, articles copied from other newspaper, entertaining popular stories and murder mysteries by Iranian authors.
The editor and author Dr. Mostafa Almouti was an Iranian journalist and politician. Between 1941 and 1953 he was an editor of the newspaper Dad, which was shut down on several occasions due to their controversial political reporting. First a supporter of Mohammad Mosaddegh, Almouti changed political sides and in 1959 became an assistant of the prime minister Manuchehr Eqbal (1959-1960). In the 1960s and 1970s Dr. Mostafa Almouti became an esteemed journalist, who visited India and Israel as a representative of Tehran dailies. After the Iranian Revolution, in London, he published several works on the recent Iranian history, which are an important first-hand source.
The only institutional examples of the publications we could find are five issues housed in the Library of Congress, yet they appear to be second editions, issued contemporary by Safi Ali Shah office.
[Tehran:] داد چاپخانه [Dad Press] 1325 
8°. 121 pp. with black and white illustrations, illustrated original wrappers (wrappers with minor wear, otherwise in a good, seemingly unread condition).
[Tehran:] داد چاپخانه [Dad Press] 1326 
8°. 109 pp. with black and white illustrations, illustrated original wrappers (wrappers with minor wear, age-toning and chips in margins, tiny folds in the lower margins, old signature on the title page, minor sporadic staining, otherwise in a good condition).