"Cosmo" Editor Helen Gurley Brown Has Died
Legendary "Cosmopolitan" editor HELEN GURLEY BROWN died yesterday at the age of 90. Helen started at "Cosmo" in 1965, and was the editor for the next 32 years. After she left that position, she stayed on to oversee the international editions of the magazine.
She also wrote the best-selling book "Sex and the Single Girl", which was made into a movie starring Natalie Wood, Tony Curtis and Henry Fonda in 1964.