The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? / Good News for Ulcer Sufferers


50 pages. Features: Cover art by Oscar Cahen featues sleeping hobo surrounded by birds and little girl; Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? - photo-illustrated article on the threat posed by Communist Canadian labour leaders; Lady Who Has Lived - the extraordinary story of pianist Maryla Jonas, who crossed hell and high water to Carnegie Hall - and sudden fame, riches, and glory; Good News for Ulcer Sufferers - relief may be two years off; Personality - Old Camper - Taylor Statten uses his top-flight Ontario summer camps to train a new school of boys' workers - and even to finance a camp for street boys in far-off India; Why Not Build a Mud House? - author describes the amazing experience of living in her Indian mud house; Tricks of the Baseball Trade - article with photos of Jim Tabor, Clint Hartung and Carden Gillenwater; In Darkest Mexico - in filming 'The Macomber Affair', Gregory Peck, Joan Bennett, and Robert Preston outsuffered the original Hemingway characters; Esther Williams provides her favourite laugh; Movie Reviews - with photos. Stories: Iron Man; Silent Partner; Party Line. Condensed Book - Mr. Adam (part 2 of 2) and more. Ads: Uncommon two-colour photo-illustrated ad inside front cover recruits student nurses across the country; Polaroid Visors; Vaseline Hair Tonic for women; Colour Carling's ad inside back cover promotes conservation of the small-mouthed black bass; Great vintage colour Coke ad on back cover features young lovely beckoning readers to join her on her patio for a cool drink. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and pleasing vintage copy.

Title: The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? / Good News for Ulcer Sufferers

Author: Dingman, H.; Taubman, H.; Hester, Harriet; Mosher, J.; Vernon, G.; Wilson, E.; Bosworth, A.R.; Forrest, W.; Hartsoe, C.; Frank, Pat

Illustrator: Cahen, Oscar (Cover); Dodd, Howell; Van Swearingen; Crawley, Ralph; Horn, Max; Strongin;

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Sport, Biography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty of Canada Limited: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 301g3511

Keywords: The New Liberty Magazine, May 31, 1947 - Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? Oscar Cahen featues sleeping hobo surrounded by birds and little girl; Could the Reds Cripple Canadian Industry? - photo-illustrated article on the threat posed by Communist Canadian labour leaders; Lady Who Has Lived - the extraordinary story of pianist Maryla Jonas, who crossed hell and high water to Carnegie Hall - and sudden fame, riches, and glory; Good News for Ulcer Sufferers - relief may be two years off; Personality - Old Camper - Taylor Statten uses his top-flight Ontario summer camps to train a new school of boys' workers - and even to finance a camp for street boys in far-off India; Why Not Build a Mud House? - author describes the amazing experience of living in her Indian mud house; Tricks of the Baseball Trade - article with photos of Jim Tabor, Clint Hartung and Carden Gillenwater; In Darkest Mexico - in filming 'The Macomber Affair', Gregory Peck, Joan Bennett, and Robert Preston outsuffered the original Hemingway characters; Esther Williams provides her favourite laugh; Movie Reviews - with photos. Stories: Iron Man; Silent Partner; Party Line. Condensed Book - Mr. Adam (part 2 of 2) and more. Ads: Uncommon two-colour photo-illustrated ad inside front cover recruits student nurses across the country; Polaroid Visors; Vaseline Hair Tonic for women; Colour Carling's ad inside back cover promotes conservation of the small-mouthed black bass; Great vintage colour Coke Ad,