Salute Magazine, August (Aug.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 8 - Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina / San Quentin Prison


50 pages. Cover photo of blonde Adele Jergens. Fiction: Got the Suits Straight? Articles: Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina - great photo-illustrated feature article; San Quentin - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this famous prison; For Beer Drinkers Only - the joys and dangers of downing America's favorite drink; The Black Seven - the dark seventh son of a seventh son was China's most ruthless bandit; Thirty-Year Girls - today's servicewomen enjoy their jobs, but they have a hard time getting dates; Murder on the Waterfront; - twenty odd unsolved murders have made the International Longshoremen's Union famous as an organization that breeds sudden death - photo illustrated article; Back Door to Broadway - summer shows are on in the Catskills, and new stars are being made - article with photos of Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Al Jolson, Garrett, Paul Draper, Jerry Lester, Robert Alda, Jules Munshin and Judy Holliday; Special Features: Kids are Their Business - artist Howard Sparber and gag writer Raymond Abrashkin produce winning kid cartoons; Freud Goes to the Dogs - Hollywood pet psychiatrist Dr. Eugene Jones; The War's Greatest Book - "Yank - The GI Story of the War"; Swimming - with lovely photos of America's favorite summer sport; "Living in a Big Way" - photos from Salute's movie of the month, starring Marie McDonald and Gene Kelly ; Movies of the Month; Me, I Just Sing - Al Jolson's comeback launches a new trend; Blackburn Hits Pay Dirt - Lena Blackburn sells mud to major league ball teams!; Great one-page ad for book "Bachelor's Quarters"; Editoria inside back cover features large photo of crowd welcoming new city administration to Hoboken, NJ and title "A City Comes Back"; and more. Center page holding by one staple. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, August (Aug.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 8 - Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina / San Quentin Prison

Author Name: Zinberg, L.; Josephs, R.; Stern, P.; Hogan, W.; Dugan, J.; Rohrbough, E.; Dorsey, G.; Jelenko, E.; Flaherty, P.; Orr, J.; Carroll, S.; Levvitt, S.; Van Howe, A.; Weissman, H.; Donovan, J.; Et al

Categories: Military, Biography, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

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

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 302G3964

Keywords: Salute Magazine, August (Aug.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 8 - Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina / San Quentin Prison Don't Cry for Me Argentina Juan Peron Pete PantoAbe RelesAlbert Anastasia Joseph P Joe Ryan Pete Mazzi James V. Auditore James Brody Paul Godkin Phyllis Thaxter Jimmy Hunt Frankie Carle Charlie Sppivak Bing Crosby blonde Adele Jergens. Fiction: Got the Suits Straight? Articles: Beautiful Tyrant - Evita Duarte of Argentina - great photo-illustrated feature article; San Quentin - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this famous prison; For Beer Drinkers Only - the joys and dangers of downing America's favorite drink; The Black Seven - the dark seventh son of a seventh son was China's most ruthless bandit; Thirty-Year Girls - today's servicewomen enjoy their jobs, but they have a hard time getting dates; Murder on the Waterfront; - twenty odd unsolved murders have made the International Longshoremen's Union famous as an organization that breeds sudden death - photo illustrated article; Back Door to Broadway - summer shows are on in the Catskills, and new stars are being made - article with photos of Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Al Jolson, Garrett, Paul Draper, Jerry Lester, Robert Alda, Jules Munshin and Judy Holliday; Special Features: Kids are Their Business - artist Howard Sparber and gag writer Raymond Abrashkin produce winning kid cartoons; Freud Goes to the Dogs - Hollywood pet psychiatrist Dr. Eugene Jones; The War's Greatest Book - "Yank - The GI Story of the War"; Swimming - with lovely photos of America's favorite summer sport; "Living in a Big Way" - photos from Salute's movie of the month, starring Marie McDonald and Gene Kelly ; Movies of the Month; Me, I Just Sing - Al Jolson's comeback launches a new trend; Blackburn Hits Pay Dirt - Lena Blackburn sells mud to major league ball teams!; Great one-page ad for book "Bachelor's Quarters"; Editoria inside back cover features large photo of crowd welcoming new city administration to Hoboken, NJ and title "A City Comes Back,