Salute Magazine, November (Nov.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 11 - The Truth About Frigidity / Is Henry Wallace a Crackpot?


50 pages. Great cover photo of Pearl McMurtrie. Features: Little Harp and the Cowboy (fiction); Southern Revival - The Church of God is building the world's biggest tabernacle deep in Dixie; I Spy on the Army - top football scout Jack Lavelle spies on Army's football team for Frank Leahy of Notre Dame; The Truth About Frigidity; What Every Burglar Should Know - they are up against new technology; Where Vets Really Get Loans; Is Henry Wallace a Crackpot? - People have vocal and violent opinions about the former Vice-President of the U.S.; Fight Fixer - Johnny Indrisano instructs Hollywood boxers how to fight; When Dancers Strike - Arthur Murray Dance instructors strike for more pay; Gypping the Vet - various scams used to separate Vets from their money; The Logistics of a Kiss - six photos explain how Dane Clark and Alexis Smith spent a couple of hours to film a kiss which would only appear for a few seconds in movie "Whiplash"; A Cartoonist Reports on Germany - Don Sheppard's cartoons here presented were initially suppressed on the grounds they 'jeopardized the occupation'; Bing Cuts a Disc - Howard Weissman thinks Bing Crosby can still perform well; The Politician's Aching Stomach - they must eat everything from blintzes to corned beef and cabbage; Marie Wilson - Bonehead or Brain? - rich beauty has pretended to be stupid for five years at the El Capitan Theater (with great photo); Gold MIne in the Sky - J.Warren Whitney, George Shores and Hugh C. Robbins form successful skywriting company ; Most Marvelous Male - Steve Reeves of Oakland is the AAU's 1947 "Mr. America" - article with photo; Amber Reforms - Almost - Great photo of Linda Darnell from film "Forever Amber"; Movies of the Month; Life Without Father - photos of household dangers for youngsters; Jazz Impresario - Norman Granz - article with photos of Willie Smith, Buddy Rich, Helen Humes and Coleman Hawkins ; Working for Old Man Atom - life in Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Awkward one-page ad for pimple and blackhead remedy; Handsome color back page ad for Hammonton Park clothes; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Light age-toning to contents. A nice vintage copy.

Title: Salute Magazine, November (Nov.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 11 - The Truth About Frigidity / Is Henry Wallace a Crackpot?

Author Name: McSorley, E.; Pressman, C.; Lavelle, J.; Selwyn, A.; Byrne, H.; Mazo, E.; Chaplin, G.; Dugan, J.; Collins, R.; Mehling, H.; Jelenko, ESheppard, D. Et al

Categories: Sport, Military, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

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

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 302G3967

Keywords: Salute Magazine, November (Nov.) 1947, Vol. 2, No. 10 - The Truth About Frigidity / Is Henry Wallace a Crackpot? Pearl McMurtrie. Features: Little Harp and the Cowboy (fiction); Southern Revival - The Church of God is building the world's biggest tabernacle deep in Dixie; I Spy on the Army - top football scout Jack Lavelle spies on Army's football team for Frank Leahy of Notre Dame; The Truth About Frigidity; What Every Burglar Should Know - they are up against new technology; Where Vets Really Get Loans; Is Henry Wallace a Crackpot? - People have vocal and violent opinions about the former Vice-President of the U.S.; Fight Fixer - Johnny Indrisano instructs Hollywood boxers how to fight; When Dancers Strike - Arthur Murray Dance instructors strike for more pay; Gypping the Vet - various scams used to separate Vets from their money; The Logistics of a Kiss - six photos explain how Dane Clark and Alexis Smith spent a couple of hours to film a kiss which would only appear for a few seconds in movie "Whiplash"; A Cartoonist Reports on Germany - Don Sheppard's cartoons here presented were initially suppressed on the grounds they 'jeopardized the occupation'; Bing Cuts a Disc - Howard Weissman thinks Bing Crosby can still perform well; The Politician's Aching Stomach - they must eat everything from blintzes to corned beef and cabbage; Marie Wilson - Bonehead or Brain? - rich beauty has pretended to be stupid for five years at the El Capitan Theater (with great photo); Gold MIne in the Sky - J.Warren Whitney, George Shores and Hugh C. Robbins form successful skywriting company ; Most Marvelous Male - Steve Reeves of Oakland is the AAU's 1947 "Mr. America" - article with photo; Amber Reforms - Almost - Great photo of Linda Darnell from film "Forever Amber"; Movies of the Month; Life Without Father - photos of household dangers for youngsters; Jazz Impresario - Norman Granz - article with photos of Willie Smith, Buddy Rich, Helen Humes and Coleman Hawkins ; Working for Old Man Atom - life in Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Awkward one-page ad for pimple and blackhead remedy; Handsome color back page ad for Hammonton Park Clothes,