Salute Magazine, October (Oct.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 10 - Revolt in the Philippines / Magazine Mogul Bernarr Macfadden


50 pages. Great cover photo of Lila Leeds. Features: "Occupation" (fiction); Revolt in the Philippines - author who helped liberate the Philippines returns to learn more about the struggle between President Roxas and rebels - article with many great photos; What the Boys did for Damon - The Damon Runyon Memorial Cancer Fund - article with nice photos; City Girl at a Country Fair - Lorraine Davies at the Mineola Fair; Back on Top; "I'm Tired of My In-Laws" - Harry Harrison lived in a house with ten people as a publicity stunnt; Chicago's Bungling Cops - article on their poor rate of solving crime, with emotional photos; Colonel, We Loved You - true story of an officer whose career should be studied by all West Point grads; Muscles and Magazines - Photo-illustrated story of Bernarr Macfadden, founder of magazine "Physical Culture"; How Women Dress Men; Durable Dobbs - trying to stop passing quarterback Glenn Dobbs of Brooklyn; Canada's Vets Get a Break - article discusses the government benefits they received when they returned home; Sex Grows Up at Cafe Society - Singer Lucienne Boyer; Joltin' Joe DiMaggio is Back on Top; Catfight in Old Vienna - Viennese women put up fight for men with U.S. wives; Archie "Advices" the Lovelorn - Radio's famous bartender, Ed (Archie) Gardner, star of Duffy's Tavern; The King Who had a Diamond Tooth - photo-illustrated article on jazzman Jelly Roll (JellyRoll) Morton; Spam's Brave New World - have ex-GIs kept their word and refused to touch Spam (lunch meat) ever again?; Movie "Crossfire" Defied Hollywood Taboos - article with many photos; Movies of the Month; Country Editor Kicks Up a Fuss - Don Matchan of Valley Center, North Dakota; The South is Fightin' Mad - Forts Sumter and Moultrie go up for sale; Four Way Fight to take Pauline Betz' tennis crown; Two-page photo-section of gorgeous Ohio State University student Toni Bolling who was partially undressed in a Columbus department store window, resulting in jammed traffic for blocks; Lovely beauty contest photos of Virginia Harvester and Pat Geraghty; Fashionable color back cover ad for Hammonton Park clothes; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Small bit of peeling to front cover. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, October (Oct.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 10 - Revolt in the Philippines / Magazine Mogul Bernarr Macfadden

Author: Heym, Stefan; Carter, Clark S.; Dugan, J.; Pickow, G.; Jacobs, B.; Fields, J.; Brennan, R.; Lockard, E.; Churchill, A.; Rooney, Andy; Mehling, H.; Byrne, H.; Flaherty, P.; Camp, C.; Gardner, E.; Wronker, R.; Seaton, L.; Paxton, J.; Sparrow, G.; Et al

Illustrator: Brockell, Don; Gordon, Ramon

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Sport, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Vet Publishers, Inc.: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Very Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 302g3966

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