Salute Magazine, July 1947, Vol. 2, No. 7 - The Success Story of Hollywood's Great Criminal Lawyer Jerry Giesler / Jackie Robinson Has Shown the Way


50 pages. Cover photo of Lee Gore. Short Stories: The Prettiest Girls Live in Plum Grove; The Tattooing of Mrs. Joshua Worthington. Articles: Baseball Wakes Up - Now that Jackie Robinson has shown the way, other Negro stars hopefully eye baseball's big time - with photo of Don Newcombe after he became the first Negro pitcher to win a game in organized baseball, Roy Campanella, Larry Doby, Monty Irvin, Satchel Paige, and Little Leon Day; Blame the Girl - Jerry Geisler became Hollywood's most famous lawyer by convincing juries that a lady's past must be held against her - article with photos of famous female accusers; Atkinson is an Honest Jock - photo-illustrated article on horse jockey Theodore (Teddy) F. Atkinson; How to be a Successful Father - does the American family have too much momma and not enough pop?; I Fought with the Greek Guerillas - photo-illustrated article by Costa Couvaras; Truman's Bright Young Men - Clark Clifford and Gael Sullivan; Low Budget Vacations; America's Heroes Sound Off - with photos of heroes Paul Wiedorder, T.J. Kelley and Arthur Wermuth - what they think of peace two years after victory; Hope for the Hairless - Slav J. Youcheff announces the latest hair-restoring process; Mean Man - Actor James Mason is famous for slapping, caning and throttling women on the screen; Follow My Husband - photo feature on how private detectives are benefitting from California's rigid divorce laws; How to Buy a Suit; Can You Fix a Dog Race?; Photos from the movie "Copacabana"; Salutes to: Senator George D. Aiken, author Howard Armbruster, radio host Jack Barry, and tennis player Jackie Kramer; Salute's National Beauty Contest; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, July 1947, Vol. 2, No. 7 - The Success Story of Hollywood's Great Criminal Lawyer Jerry Giesler / Jackie Robinson Has Shown the Way

Author Name: Stuart, J.; Helfer, H.; Smith, W.; Tupper, D.; Orr, J.; Selwyn, A.; Couvaras, C.; Coffin, T.; Brown, C.; Sarlat, N.; Kearns, M.; Coldon, H.; Et al

Categories: Sport, Law, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

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

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 302G3963

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