New Liberty Magazine, October 4, 1947: Tipping - Million Dollar Racket


58 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Pontiac cars inside front cover; Tipping - Million Dollar Racket - interesting article with photos; 'The Lovely Lady' (fiction); Who Killed Ethel Kinrade? - Famous Canadian Crimes No. 6; 'Scared to Life' (fiction); Personality of the Week - Alexander Knox - photo illustrated article; Tiny Terror - the piranha kills for fun!; 'Blind Trail in Burma' (part 2 of 2); Job-finding tips for military veterans; 'Between Us and the Dark' - an article which gives hope to the mentally ill; Paris plays the horses again - great photo-illustrated article; Jazz King "Pops" Whiteman becomes a disc jockey - photo of him with Mel Torme; Movie Review - 'Dear Ruth'; One-page two-color ad for Canada Savings Bonds; Photos and brief write-ups o Ann Campbell and Kay Armstrong (who are building their own home), Rudolf Funke (the first German with special skill to be admitted to Canada since 1939), and Yvonne Taylor (directress of the International Cinema Theatre, Toronto); Woman of the Week - Ethel Stark; Where are They Now? - Jack Mulhall. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: New Liberty Magazine, October 4, 1947: Tipping - Million Dollar Racket

Author Name: Lowney, Donald; Kelley, Thomas P.; Owen, Beverley; Coates, Christopher W.; Strouse, Dick; Lawrence, D.H.; Rosmanith, Olga L.; Marshall, Edison

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Liberty of Canada Ltd.: 1947

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 316G2277

Keywords: New Liberty Magazine, October 4, 1947: Tipping - Million Dollar Racket color ad for Pontiac cars inside front cover; Tipping - Million Dollar Racket - interesting article with photos; 'The Lovely Lady' (fiction); Who Killed Ethel Kinrade? - Famous Canadian Crimes No. 6; 'Scared to Life' (fiction); Personality of the Week - Alexander Knox - photo illustrated article; Tiny Terror - the piranha kills for fun!; 'Blind Trail in Burma' (part 2 of 2); Job-finding tips for military veterans; 'Between Us and the Dark' - an article which gives hope to the mentally ill; Paris plays the horses again - great photo-illustrated article; Jazz King "Pops" Whiteman becomes a disc jockey - photo of him with Mel Torme; Movie Review - 'Dear Ruth'; One-page two-color ad for Canada Savings Bonds; Photos and brief write-ups o Ann Campbell and Kay Armstrong (who are building their own home), Rudolf Funke (the first German with special skill to be admitted to Canada since 1939), and Yvonne Taylor (directress of the International Cinema Theatre, Toronto); Woman of the Week - Ethel Stark; Where are They Now? - Jack Mulhall,