Salute Magazine, September (Sept.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 9 - Abortion Racket Menace / Can We Win an Atomic War? / Mel Torme


50 pages. Cover photo of Alice Wallace. Fiction: Fishbowl. Articles: Menace of the Abortion Racket - article with photo of Chicago Dr. Nathaniel Schaffner who was charged after the death of his patient, Mrs. Emma Laisure; The Velvet Fog - Photo-illustrated article on crooner Mel Torme; A Veteran Buys a Farm - Great photo-illustrated article on George Stieber, who gave up the controls of a B-29 for a Pennsylvania dairy farm; The Misunderstood Coroner - A.L. Brodie of Chicago; Broadway's Conscience - writer Jimmie Cannon; Can We Win an Atomic War?; Legion Conventions - Times Square revs up for the fun makers coming to town; Peace for Your Aching Head; The Man Who Married the Andrews Sisters - photo-illustrated ad on Lou Levy, who married Maxene but guided the three gals to millions; Their Number's Up - New York numbers game operators can no longer escape jail through tricky bookkeeping; River Pilot - Captain Jesse Hughes and his drawings of the Ohio and Mississippi. Special Features: Seafaring Funny Man; City Room Refugees - Richard Basehart and Don McGuire were newspapermen before becoming hearthrobs; Saturday Afternoon; Stealing the Pennant - great photo-illustrated article on base-stealing in baseball, with photos of Stan Musial, Walker Cooper, Johnny Hopp, Skeeter Newsome, Stan Hack,Lou Boudreau, Phil Rizzuto, Bob Elliot, Ray Lamanno, Don Johnson and Jackie Robinson; Movie of the Month - Variety Girl - with photos of Mary Hatcher, Olga San Juan, and newcomver DeForest Kelley of later Star Trek fame; Sultry photo of Hazel Brooks; Photos of Billy De Wolfe; Mister Jazz - One-page article with large photo of Louis Armstrong; Gorgeous photo of beauty contest entrant Yvonne De Carlo; Editorial inside back cover features large photos of New York Vets protesting lack of proper housing; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, September (Sept.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 9 - Abortion Racket Menace / Can We Win an Atomic War? / Mel Torme

Author Name: Helfer, H.; Engel, L.; Flahertyy, P.; Tillery, R.; Vandivert, S.; Brennan, R.; Levitt, S.; Werner, Max; Gilpin, D.; Selwyn, A.; Dugan, J.; Jacobs, B.; Cartwright, C.; Lonergan, R.; Cherney, L.; Flannery, T.; Orr, J.

Categories: Sport, Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

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

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 302G3965

Keywords: Salute Magazine, September (Sept.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 9 - Abortion Racket Menace / Can We Win an Atomic War? Dr. Mae E. Wilson Mrs. Gloria Shannon Abortion Mills Inez Burns Roy Gross Anna Yost Louis G. Small Satchmo Sachmo Cover photo of Alice Wallace. Fiction: Fishbowl. Articles: Menace of the Abortion Racket - article with photo of Chicago Dr. Nathaniel Schaffner who was charged after the death of his patient, Mrs. Emma Laisure; The Velvet Fog - Photo-illustrated article on crooner Mel Torme; A Veteran Buys a Farm - Great photo-illustrated article on George Stieber, who gave up the controls of a B-29 for a Pennsylvania dairy farm; The Misunderstood Coroner - A.L. Brodie of Chicago; Broadway's Conscience - writer Jimmie Cannon; Can We Win an Atomic War?; Legion Conventions - Times Square revs up for the fun makers coming to town; Peace for Your Aching Head; The Man Who Married the Andrews Sisters - photo-illustrated ad on Lou Levy, who married Maxene but guided the three gals to millions; Their Number's Up - New York numbers game operators can no longer escape jail through tricky bookkeeping; River Pilot - Captain Jesse Hughes and his drawings of the Ohio and Mississippi. Special Features: Seafaring Funny Man; City Room Refugees - Richard Basehart and Don McGuire were newspapermen before becoming hearthrobs; Saturday Afternoon; Stealing the Pennant - great photo-illustrated article on base-stealing in baseball, with photos of Stan Musial, Walker Cooper, Johnny Hopp, Skeeter Newsome, Stan Hack, Lou Boudreau, Phil Rizzuto, Bob Elliot, Ray Lamanno, Don Johnson and Jackie Robinson; Movie of the Month - Variety Girl - with photos of Mary Hatcher, Olga San Juan, and newcomver DeForest Kelley of later Star Trek fame; Sultry photo of Hazel Brooks; Photos of Billy De Wolfe; Mister Jazz - One-page article with large photo of Louis Armstrong; Gorgeous photo of beauty contest entrant Yvonne De Carlo; Editorial inside back cover features large photos of New York Vets protesting lack of proper Housing,