Newsweek Magazine, November 29, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Good


40 pages. Contents: Congress Eyes Business for Cue on Future Course: A Week of Dawdling, Then Recovery Emerges as Main Goal of Legislators; International Deal: World's Two Biggest Traders Get Down to Business; Labor Waits: Movement to Aid Business Perils Wage-Hour Bill; Concept of Life: Reich Emigre (Dr. Richard Benedict Goldschmidt) Challenges Theory of Heredity; Church United: Wesley's American Children Bury Their Differences; Strikebreaking: U.S. Loses First Big Case Under the Byrnes Act; Problem - Relief: When Winter Comes 150 Mayors Will Be on the Job; The 'Rug' Murder: A Patch in the Snow, a Body (Patrick J. Corcoran), and a Gossip Column; Tzenny Chandris: Freighters' Survivors Wonder Who Got the Money; K.K.K. (Ku Klux Klan) in Florida: Governor (Fred P.) Cone Reads the Papers, Crosses Burn in Miami Park; Siege of Asia: Chinese Defeat Becomes National Disaster: Powers Give Up 'Efforts' to Check the Japanese and Put the Blame on U.S.; Quixote of Peace: (Edgar Algernon) Cecil Gets Nobel Prize for Support of League (of Nations Union); Head Hunters: Diplomats Stalking Prey From London to Vienna; Putsch in Peru?: Fellow Dictators Now Dream of Imitating Vargas; Monsieur X: The Man (Octave Montjoin) Who Lost Himself Is Found by the State; French Kluxers: Phantom Rightist Clan (Les Cagoulards) Saves Premier (Camille Chautemps) From Defeat; Romance in Umania: King Carol as Cabinet Maker (With Magda (Lupescu) at the Controls); House of Hesse: A Chimney Alters the Course of 600-Year-Old Line; Wind and Color on the Screen: Ebb Tide Follows Hurricane and Gasp Follows Gasp; (Karl) Schafer the Skater - a Gay Blade Who Would Prefer to Wear Long Trousers; The Mason Tradition Blooms Anew in Composer (Daniel Gregory Mason), 64, Who Lauds Lincoln; Harlem Under Control: (American) Negro Ballet Gives 'Fire Bird' and Park Ave. Approves; Production Falls, Unrest Grows Among Auto Industry Workers: Union Leaders' Troubles Increase as Declining Sales Cause Heavy Layoff; Stones are Cast: Disunion of Unions Impairs Affairs of Domestic Union; Labor Rivalry: 'Two-Bit' Auto Organization (Independant Association of Chrysler Employes) Gives U.A.W. (United Automobile Workers) a Wedge; Unions for Banks: First Step in Nationwide Campaign Starts in N.Y. (New York); Housing Aid Comes to Fore Again as Business Stimulant; Trade Barometer: Steel Output Does Reflect, Does Not Forecast, Trend; Court Test: Government and Utilities Start Their Real Battle; Aviation: Transatlantic Dream is Boosted by Maritime Board in Report to Congress; The Radio Priest (Father Charles E. Coughlin) Again: Vatican Finally Hands Down an Opinion; Doctor Cures Sore Throat with X-Ray, Tube, Light Bulb, Forceps and Patience; What to Learn at College Raises Discussion at Session of Land Grant Educators; A College Professor (Dr. William Allen Neilson) Makes a Startling Discovery; and Perspective: Give the Roads a Break! and Congressional Background. Interesting color-photo ad for the Packard Lektro-Shaver on back cover. Binding intact. Average wear. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Contents clean and unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, November 29, 1937

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: History, Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 823G0176

Keywords: Congress Eyes Business for Cue on Future Course: A Week of Dawdling, Then Recovery Emerges as Main Goal of Legislators; International Deal: World's Two Biggest Traders Get Down to Business; Labor Waits: Movement to Aid Business Perils Wage-Hour Bill; C,